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Education

Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Community Psychology, Department of Psychiatry,

University of Illinois, Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine. Chicago, IL. 1969.

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Clinical Psychology, Kent State University, 1969.

Masters of Arts (M.A.) in Psychology, Kent State University, 1967.

Bachelors of Science (B.S.) in Psychology, University of Pittsburgh, 1964.

 

Professional Experience

1992-Present:  Private Practice in Clinical and Forensic Psychology. Clinical psychology practice specializing in psychological assessment and treatment for adults, children, and families. Forensic psychological practice specializing in psychological evaluation of mental/emotional status, traumatic stress, divorce/custody litigation, competency to proceed, and mitigating circumstances.

 

2016- Present: 17th Judicial Court Circuit trained Guardian- Ad- Litem

 

2000-Present: Consultant, Recovery Network Program, Florida Department of Education.  Asses and treat impaired teachers.

 

1999-2012: Consultant, Village of Pinecrest.  Conduct screening examinations for all potential employees including police candidates.

 

2004-2012: Consultant, JAIR Corporation. Team development and personnel screening.

 

1994-2004: Editor, Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, and Training. Psychotherapy, a professional journal affiliated with the American Psychological Association, focuses on research findings, theory, and professional applications. Coral Gables, FL.

 

1993-1995: Visiting Professor, Nova Southeastern University School of Psychology.

Fort Lauderdale, FL.

 

1989-1992: Professor and Chair, Barry University, Department of Psychology.

Miami Shores, FL.

 

1987-1988: Private Practice in Clinical and Forensic Psychology. Clinical psychology practice specializing in psychological assessment and treatment for adults, adolescent, and families. Forensic psychological practice specializing in evaluation of traumatic stress and expert witness services for the Criminal, Civil, Family, and Federal Courts. Atlanta, GA.

 

1982-1987: Professor and Psychology Division Head, Emory University School of Medicine. Atlanta Georgia.

As professor and Head of the Division of Psychology, I was responsible for the development and management of the entire Division. This included supervision of psychologists in the Department of Psychiatry and consultation on appointments and promotions of psychologists within the School of Medicine.

 

1982-1987: Chief of Psychology, Emory University Hospital, Department of Psychiatry. Atlanta, GA.

As Chief of Psychology at Emory University Hospital, I supervised psychology interns, psychiatry residents, and medical students in group psychotherapy, behavioral interventions, and relaxation techniques. Specific services I performed for both inpatients and outpatients included group and individual therapy, psychological testing, and behavior management intervention.

 

1981-1982: Private Practice in Clinical and Forensic Psychology. Clinical psychology practice specializing in psychological assessment and treatment for adults, adolescent, and families. Forensic psychological practice specializing in psychological evaluation of mental status, psycho-legal consultation, treatment planning, and expert witness services for the Criminal, Civil, Family, and Federal Courts. Chicago, IL.

 

1981-1982: Adjunct Associate Professor, DePaul University, Department of Psychology. Chicago, IL.

 

1977-1980: Associate Professor and Director of Continuing Education in Mental Health, School of Public Health, University of Illinois at the Medical Center. Chicago, IL.

 

As Associate Professor, my duties entailed teaching graduate-level courses in mental health consultation and evaluation research. I also supervised Masters’ theses. As Director of Continuing Education, I designed and evaluated a manpower development program for mental health practitioners and citizen board members.

 

1974-1977: Associate Professor, University of Illinois, Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. Chicago, IL.

 

1969-1977: Director of Continuing Education Program in Community Mental Health, Illinois State Psychiatric Institute, Chicago, IL.

 

I was awarded a three-year training grant by the Continuing Education Board of the National Institute of Mental Health to develop a program to provide intensive training to advisory/governing board members, trainers, supervisors, and administrators. The Continuing Education Program employed over 50 consultants and trained more than 500 participants from 70 mental health agencies.

 

1969-1975: Assistant Professor and Director of the Post-Doctoral Program in Community Psychology, University of Illinois, Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. Chicago, IL.

 

As the Director of the Post-Doctoral Program, I was responsible for recruiting and supervising post-doctoral fellows in their year-long exposure to community psychology. I also developed a curriculum of seminars, recruited faculty to teach them, and supervised field work. I worked with a variety of city organizations and community groups.

 

Professional Consulting Experience

 

2004-2007: Consultant, City of Doral. Conduct screening examinations for all potential employees.

 

2001-2009: Consultant, School of Psychology, Carlos Albizu University, Miami, FL.

Curriculum development, accreditation, and quality assurance consultation at The Goodman Psychological Centre.

 

1986-1988:  Research Consultant, The Devereux Center, Kennesaw, GA.

 

1979-1985:  Surveyor/Consultant, Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals,

Accreditation Program for Psychiatric Facilities, Chicago, IL.

 

1980-1982:  Consultant, Pediatric Associates, Morton Grove, IL.

 

1980-1982:  Consultant, Mental Health Division of the DuPage County Health

Department, Wheaton, IL.

 

1977-1980: Consultant, Calumet City Youth Services Bureau, Calumet, IL.

 

1974-1976: Consultant, City-Wide Mental Health Agency Board of Chicago, Chicago, IL.

 

1970-1975: Consultant, Day Hospital Program, Medical Center Community Mental

Health Program, Chicago, IL.

 

Professional Activities

President, Forensic Division of Florida Psychological Association

 

Past President, Florida Psychological Association

Board of Directors, Florida Psychological Association.

Past Chair, Bylaws Committee, Florida Psychological Association.

Editorial Board Member, In Session/Journal of Clinical Psychology.

Editorial Board Member, American Journal of Psychotherapy.

Reviewer, Professional Psychology.

Examiner, American Board of Professional Psychology.

Reviewer, Florida Psychological Association Convention Programs

Reviewer, Division of Psychotherapy Program Committee.

Past-President, Dade County Psychological Association.

Past-President, Division of Psychotherapy, American Psychological Association.

Former Editor, Florida Psychologist

Former Editor, Psychotherapy Bulletin.

Past-Chair, Professional Practice Committee, Division of Psychotherapy, American

Psychological Association.

Past Chair, Nominations and Elections Committee, Division of Psychotherapy, American

Psychological Association.

Past-Chair, Initial Review Group for Interdisciplinary Mental Health Training Grants,

National Institute of Mental Health..

 

Member, Committee on Accreditation, American Psychological Association.

Member, Committee for the Advancement of Professional Psychology, Research Network

Workgroup, American Psychological Association.

 

Professional Honors

Life Time Achievement Award 2014, Florida Psychological Association

Psychologist of the Year 2011 Florida Psychological Association

Distinguished Psychologist Award,  Florida Psychological Association

Distinguished Psychologist Award, Division of Psychotherapy

Diplomate, American Board of Professional Psychology in Clinical Psychology.

Distinguished Practitioner, National Academies of Practice.

Fellow, Academy of Clinical Psychology.

Fellow, Division 29, Psychotherapy, American Psychological Association.

Fellow, Division 38, Health Psychology, American Psychological Association.

Member, Sigma Xi.

Member, Psi Chi.

 

Publications

2016

Report on Parallel Parenting. Florida Chapter Association of Family and Conciliation Court Newsletter, May,2-3.

 

2013

 

The Future of Psychotherapy: One Editor’s Perspective. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training 50(3), 484-489.

 

2004

Book Review of The Dark Side of Relational Pursuit.   Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training 41(3), 346

 

2001

Clinicians and Researchers: A Bridge to Nowhere?   Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 38, 249-251.

 

Review of the Handbook of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies.   Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 38, 245-246.

 

2000

New Trends for a New Millennium. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 54(3), 312-316.

 

Psychotherapy in the New Millennium. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 37, 1-9.

 

1999

If It’s Tuesday With Depressive Symptoms It Must Be Cognitive-Behavior Therapy. Psychotherapy:

Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 36, 317-319.

 

1998

Answers to the Fifty Most Important Questions About Private Mental Health Practice with Forman, B. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

 

1996

Cookbooks, Manuals, and Paint-by-Numbers: Psychotherapy in the 90s. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 33, 207-215.

 

1994

Major Trends in Psychotherapy: Implications for Priorities for Psychotherapy. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 31, 227-233.

 

 

1992

Review of the book, Ericksonian Hypnotherapeutic Group Instructions, Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 29, 330.

 

Prevalence of Substance Use in a Rural Teenage Population. Journal of Adolescent Chemical Dependency, 2, 107-117.

 

1991

Reflections on Psychotherapy and Aerobic Exercise, ERIC/CAPS, Resources in Education, ED

 

1990

Review of the book College Psychotherapy. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 27, 304.

 

Intervention Strategies for the Prevention of Adolescent Substance Abuse. Journal of Adolescent Chemical Dependency, 1, 25-34.

 

Frequently Performed Psychological Tests. In H. K. Walker, W. D. Hall, & J. W. Hurst (Eds.), Clinical Methods (pp. 930-933). Stoneham, Massachusetts: Butterworth Publishers.

 

1989

Quality Assurance Programming: Administrator’s Panacea or Pandemonium with Comerford, R. RIE (Resources in Education) #ED302756 and ERIC Clearinghouse #CG021344, Ann Arbor, MI.

 

1987

Whatever Happened to the Therapeutic Team? The Clinical Psychologist, 42, 11-15.

 

Patient Care Monitoring Review at a Psychiatric Hospital for Adolescents with Comerford, R. &  Stoker, T. Quality Review Bulletin, 14, 307-310.

 

Using Demographic Data in a Primary Prevention Substance Abuse Program for Teenagers and Parents with Silverman, M. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 1, 163-172.

 

The Devereux Model: Intervention With Adolescents for Competency and Life Enhancement. ERIC Clearing house  #ED283092, Ann Arbor, MI.

 

Psychological Impact of the Development of a Pre-Symptomatic Test for Huntington’s Disease with Swavely, S & Falek, A. Health Psychology, 6, 149-157.

 

Comparison of Key Informants, Parents, and Teenagers for Planning Adolescent Substance Abuse Programs with Silverman, M. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 1, 30-37.

 

1986

Client-Therapist Cooperation in the Treatment of Compulsive Hand-Washing Behavior. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 17, 39-42.

 

Psychology in the Community Mental Health Centers. In G. Tryon (Ed.),  The Professional Practice of Psychology (pp. 180-198). Norwood, NJ: ABLEX Publishing.

 

Community-Owned Primary Prevention for Adolescent Substance Abuse with Silverman, M. & Watson, D. Bulletin of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors, 5, 75-86.

 

Staffing and Organizational Models in Mental Health Programs with Silverman, M. Administration in Mental Health, 14, 78-96.

 

1985

Staffing Mental Health Programs. In M. Davis (Ed.), Proceedings of the Fifth National Assembly of State Mental Health and Human Resource Development Programs (pp. 103-107). Boulder, CO: Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education.

 

The Evolving Mental Health Professions: Psychiatric Social Work, Clinical Psychology, Psychiatry, and Psychiatric Nursing. Journal of Mental Health Administration, 12, 28-31.

 

Major Themes in Brief Inpatient Group Psychotherapy. Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama, and Sociometry, 38, 115-122.

 

Agency-Based Staff Development. Administration in Mental Health, 12, 284-292.

 

1984

Length of Intervention and Client-Assessed Outcome with Beech, R. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 40, 475-480.

 

A State-Wide Assessment of Training Needs of Mental Health Administrators. Journal of Mental Health Administration, 11, 55-58.

 

1982

A State-Wide Assessment of Training Needs of Community Mental Health Supervisors. Journal of Psychiatric Treatment and Evaluation, 4, 51-55.

 

A Consumer-Designed Model of Continuing Education for Health and Mental Health Administrators with Rydman, R. & Silverman, M. Journal of Psychiatric Treatment and Evaluation, 4, 449-454.

 

Supporting Mental Health Support Staff: A Training Needs Assessment. Journal of Psychiatric Treatment and Evaluation, 4, 371-376.

 

Investigating the Drop-Out Phenomenon in Community Mental Health Centers. Quality Review Bulletin, 8, 3-6.

 

1981

Accountability in Service Delivery. In W. H. Silverman (Ed.), Community Mental Health: A

Sourcebook for Professionals and Advisory Board Members (pp. 424-440). New York: Praeger Press.

 

Community Mental Health: A Sourcebook for Professionals and Advisory Board Members (Ed.). New York: Praeger Press.

 

Self-Designed Training for Mental Health Advisory/Governing Boards. American Journal of Community Psychology, 9, 67-82.

 

A Consumer-Designed Model of Continuing Education for Administrators with Rydman, R. Journal of Mental Health Administration, 8, 27-29.

 

Self-Designed Continuing Education for Supervisors in Community Mental Health. Journal of Community Psychology, 9, 347-354.

 

1980

Trainee-Designed Continuing Education in Community Mental Health. Professional Psychology, 11, 24-30.

 

Primary Presenting Problem and Mental Health Service Delivery. Journal of Community Psychology, 8, 125-131.

 

A State-Wide Assessment of Mental Health Governing Board Training Needs. Journal of  Community Psychology, 8, 302-307.

 

1979

Review of the book, Why Build Walls? New Trends of Psychiatry in the Community. Contemporary Psychology, 24, 35-36.

 

Are Dropouts, Dropouts? with Beech, R. Journal of Community Psychology, 7, 236-242.

 

Some Aspects of Advisory Board Functioning in a Large Urban Area. Journal of Social

Service Research, 2, 323-334.

 

1978

Knowledge Assessment of Mental Health Advisory Boards with Mossman, B. American Journal of Community Psychology, 6, 91-96.

 

Fundamental Role Characteristics of the Community Psychologist. Journal of Community Psychology, 6, 207-215.

 

1977

Client as Hero(ine). Voices: Journal of the American Academy of Psychotherapists, 13, 30-31.

 

Planning for Crisis Intervention With Community Mental Health Concepts. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, and Practice, 14, 293-297.

 

1976

Demographic Data and Mental Health Planning with Mossman, B. Administration in Mental Health, 3, 166-173.

 

Community Psychologist as Researcher: Hidden and Unhidden Agenda with Beech, R. & Fiester, A. Professional Psychology, 7, 141-146.

 

Hello! I’m a Community Psychologist and You’re Not! American Psychologist, 31, 741-742.

 

1975

Problems Involved in Delivering Emergency Services in a Hospital-Based Community Mental Health Center with Fiester, A. & Beech, R. Journal of Community Psychology, 3, 188-192.

 

Day Hospital in the Context of a Community Mental Health Program with Val, E. Community Mental Health Journal, 11, 82-90.

 

A Developmental Approach to Post-Doctoral Training in Community Psychology with  Fourcher, L. Professional Psychology, 6, 344-349.

 

1974

Some Factors Related to Consultee Satisfaction with Consultation. American Journal of Community Psychology, 2, 303-310.

 

1973

Violence, Anger, and Inpatient Treatment. Journal of Pastoral Counseling, 8, 160-162.

 

1972

Growing Up With Skinner: Reflections on “Beyond Dignity and Freedom.” Professional Psychology, 3, 399-400.

 

1971

The Effects of Social Contact, Provocation, and Sex of Opponent Upon Instrumental Aggression. Journal of Experimental Research in Personality, 5, 310-316

                                                                                             

Presentations

2015
The Results of the Forensic Survey (July)  Panel Presentation including Stephen Bloomfield, PhD; Lori Butts, PhD; Craig Fabrikant, PhD at the Annual Florida Psychological Association Conference Orlando, Fl

 

2014

An Introduction to Social Investigations (October) Invited speaker at the Brevard Chapter FloridaPsychological Association Melbourne, Fl

 

2013
Important Considerations for Social Investigations (December) Invited speaker at the South Palm Beach Bar Association Boca Raton, Fl

 

2012

Psychotherapy: An Old Fashion Term With New Meanings (June) Invited Speaker at the Annual Florida Psychological Association Convention, St. Petersburg, Fl.

 

2011

Non Pharmacologic Treatment of Pain and Anxiety (March) Invited speaker at the American College of Osteopathic Neurologist and Psychiatrist, Charleston, SC

 

2009

The Business of Psychology (August). Symposium at the 117th Annual Convention of The American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

 

Fitness for Duty and Pre-Employment Screening (July).Invited Speaker at the Annual Florida Psychological Association Convention, West Palm Beach, Fl.

 

2008

Pre-Employment Interview (October). Dade Chapter of the Florida Psychological Association, Miami, FL

Pre-Employment Screening (August). Symposium at the Annual Florida Psychological Association Convention, Bonita Springs, FL.

 

2001

An Historical Review of Psychotherapy – From the Year 2199 (August) with A. Mahrer & E. Spinelli. Invited Address at the 109th annual convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

 

Clinicians and Researchers: Enemies, Strangers, or Allies (August) with L. G. Castonguay, R. E. Fox, & C. E. Hill. Symposium at the 109th annual convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

 

2000

V Codes: Fad and Fashion (August). American Psychological Association. Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

 

Coach Yourself and Others to Success and Satisfaction (August). American Psychological Association Invited Speaker. Presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

 

Trends in Psychotherapy (June). FL Psychological Association Invited Speaker. Presented at the annual meeting of the FL Psychological Association, St. Petersburg Beach, FL.

 

1999

Psychotherapy in the New Millennium (August).  Division of Psychotherapy Presidential address presented at the 107th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

 

If It’s Tuesday With Depressive Symptoms it Must Be Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. (August) with Rubenstein, A., Norcross, J., & Gildberg, B. In Individualizing Psychotherapy Across the Life Span-Alternatives to Diagnostically Mandated Treatment. Symposium presented at the 107th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

 

1995

Psychotherapy  – The Costs, Prices, and Benefits of Mental Health (August) with Freudenberger, H., Goodheart, C., Fruedenberger-Roth, L., Cambell, L., & Rainer, J.  In J. P. Rainer (Chair), Cookbooks, Manuals, and Paint-by-Numbers: Psychotherapy in the 90’s. Symposium conducted at the 103rd annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New York, NY.

 

1994

What is Quality Psychotherapy? (March) with Hannigan-Farley, P. Symposium conducted at the 25th annual Midwestern Convention of the Division of Psychotherapy, Scottsdale, AZ.

1992

Relocating Your Private Practice (August) with Hannigan-Farley, P. & Wexler, H.  Symposium conducted at the 100th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

 

1991

Psychology in Action During the Mideast Crises – Strategies of Intervention (August)

with Bloch, E. L., McGrath, E., Kalkines, C., Perez, J. T., Bazerman, I., & Rubenstein, A.  Symposium presented at the 99th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

 

Substance Abuse (March). In Silverman, W. H. (Chair). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

 

Substance Abuse and the Role of Excuses (March) with Pine, S. W. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

 

1990

Prevalence of Substance Use in a Rural Teenage Population (April). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA.

 

Self Determination: Knowing the Facts of Life About Service Delivery (August) with Barron, J., Forman, B., Konscol, S., & DeLeon, P. In  W. H. Silverman (Chair). Symposium presented at the 98th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

 

Sound Mind, Sound Body: Clinical Perspectives on Exercise and Sport (August) with Hays, K., Petitpas, A., Doyle, W., Oglesby, C., & Hill, K. Symposium presented at the 98th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

 

1988

Research and Action: Promoting Healthy Youth (October) with Banderoff, S., & Hernandez, J. Symposium presented at the 5th annual meeting of the Southeastern Eco-Community Psychology Conference, Hendersonville, NC.

 

Proposed Treatment Strategies With Teenage Substance Abusers (October) with Banderoff, S., & Hernandez, J. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA.

 

Quality Assurance Programming: Panacea or Pandemonium (March) with Stoker, T., & Comerford, R. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

 

Whatever Happened to the Therapeutic Team? (January). Paper presented at the Mid-Winter Meeting of the Division of Clinical Psychology, San Diego, CA.

 

Theory Versus Technique: Community Psychologists at the Crossroads (May) with Jason, L, Felner, B., Hobfoll, S., & Glenwick, D. Symposium presented at the Midwest Psychological Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

 

Prescribing Privileges Pro and Con (January). With Bransma, G., & Adams, D. Panel presented at the annual meeting of the GA Psychological Association, Calloway Gardens, GA.

 

1987

Debating Strategies for Community Intervention (October) with Jason, L., Hobfoll, S.,  Bogat, A., & Felner, B. Symposium presented at the Midwest Eco-Community Conference, Shawnee Bluffs, IN.

 

The Devereux model: Intervention With Adolescents for Competency and Life Enhancement (March). In Silverman, W. H. (Chair). Symposium presented at the 33rd annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA.

 

Guidelines for Competence and Skills Development for Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention (March). Paper presented at the 33rd annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA.

 

With L. Maharam, M. Gilman, G. Cooter, E. Dale, M. Silverman, K. Edwards & M. Maharam. (1987, April). Psychological, demographic and physiological correlates of runner’s high. Paper presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the American College of Physicians, New Orleans, LA.

 

Early Influences in the Careers of Community Psychologists (May) with Jason, L., Glenwick, D., Robinson, L., Felner, R., Bogat, G.A., Keys, C., Durlak, J., Hirsch, B., & Albino, J. Symposium presented at the 58th annual meeting of the Mid-Western Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

 

Effects of Naloxone on the B-Endorphin and Cardio-Respiratory Response to Maximal Exercise in Trained Athletes (May) with Marharam, L., Bray, W., Gilman, M., Cooter, G., Dale, E., Edwards, K., Rupp, J., Honig, E., Silverman, M., & Marharam, M. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Las Vegas, NV.

 

1986

Psychological and Physiological Correlates of Runner’s High (March) with Maharam, L., & Silverman, M. Paper presented at the 32nd annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Orlando, FL.

 

The Community Psychologist as Organizational Consultant: A Case Study and a Spectrum of Perspectives (May) with Jason, L., Glenwick, D., Zolik, E., Felner, R., &  Mortisugu, J. Symposium presented at the 57th annual meeting of the Mid-Western Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

 

Comparison of Key Informants, Parents, and Teenagers for Planning Substance Abuse Prevention Programs (October). Paper presented at the 4th annual meeting of the Southeastern Eco-Community Conference, Hendersonville, NC.

 

1985

Huntington’s Disease: Impact of a Genetic Probe for Preclinical Detection on at Risk Family Members (April) with Swavely, S., & Falek, A. Paper presented at the 31st annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA.

 

Issues in Developing Community Programs in Academic Settings (May) with Glenwick, D., Jason, L., Keys, C., & Rickel, A. Symposium presented at the 56th annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

 

Community Based and Owned Primary Prevention for Substance Abuse (August) with  Watson, D. Paper presented at the 93rd annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Using Demographic Data for Planning Primary Prevention Substance Abuse Programs (October) with Silverman, M. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Evaluation Research Society, Toronto, ON.

 

Substance Abuse Prevention With Children and Teenagers in Inner City Vs. Suburban Settings (October). Symposium presented at the 9th annual Midwestern Eco-Community Conference, Gurnee, IL.

 

1984

Community Perspectives on Substance Abuse (March). Symposium presented at the 30th annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

 

Major Themes in Brief Inpatient Group Psychotherapy (April) with Powers, L. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Future Directions for Community Psychology (May) with Jason, L., Bogat, A., Felner, R.,  Glenwick, D., & Zolik, E. Symposium presented at the 55th annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

 

Community Psychology in Medical Settings (October). Paper presented at the 3rd annual meeting of the Southeastern Eco-Community Conference, Toccoa, GA.

 

1983

Issues in Training Community Psychologists (May) with Felner, R., Barbarin, O., Frank, S., & Glenwick, D. Symposium presented at the 54th annual meeting of the Mid-Western Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

 

Personnel From a Systems Perspective (July). Paper presented at the Assembly of State Mental Health Human Resources, Washington, DC.

 

1982

Training Psychotherapists in the Public Sector (February). Paper presented at the 13th annual Midwinter Meeting of the Division of Psychotherapy, American Psychological Association, Monterrey, CA.

 

Social Support and Adaptation to Loss: Who Helps and How. In Silverman, W. H. (Chair). Symposium presented at the 90th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association.

 

1981

Staff Development From Start to Finish (April). Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Community Mental Health Centers, Dallas, TX.

 

Meeting the Needs of Women and Minorities in a Community and Academic Setting (May) with Gerrard, M., Rickel, A., Frank, S., Albino, J., Bogat, J., Barbarin, O., Mortisugu, J., & Rappaport, J. Symposium presented at the 53rd annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Detroit, MI.

 

Is “Education” Community Psychology’s Middle Name? (May) with Bogat, G., Cauce, A., Davis, D., Ginsberg, M., & Pargamet, K. Symposium presented at the 54th annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Minneapolis, MN.

 

1980

Planning and Implementing Continuing Education Programs for Mental Health Systems

(March) with Krause, M., Zoloto, J., & Rydman, R. In Silverman, W. H. (Chair). Symposium presented at the 27th annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

 

A State-Wide Assessment of Training Needs of Mental Health Trainers and Supervisors (April). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Tucson, AZ.

 

Community Psychology in a Time of Scarcity (May). Symposium presented at the 52nd annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, St. Louis, MO.

 

1979

Impact of Primary Presenting Problems Upon Mental Health Service Delivery (March). Paper presented at the 3rd annual IL Health Care Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

 

Continuing Education and Health Care Service (March). In Silverman, W. H. (Chair). Symposium presented at the 3rd annual Health Care Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

 

The Impact of a Training Program for Mental Health Advisory/Governing Board Members (March). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

 

A State-Wide Assessment of Mental Health/Governing Board Training Needs (April). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Las Vegas, NV.

 

A Kaleidoscope of Career Opportunities for Community Psychology (May) with  Bachman, S., Glenwick, D., O’Connor, R., Sherman, P., & Wilson, M. Panel presented at the 51st annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

 

1978

Once May be Enough: Explorations of the Drop-Out Problem in Psychotherapy with  Beech, R. Paper presented at the 9th annual Midwinter Convention of the Division of Psychotherapy, American Psychological Association, Scottsdale, AZ.

 

Self-Designed Continuing Education in Community Mental Health for Trainers and Supervisors (March). Paper presented at the 25th annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA.

 

The Use of a Modified Nominal Group Technique in Planning an Educational Program or Mental Health Administration (March) with Rydman, R. Paper presented at the 2nd national conference on Needs Assessment in Health and Human Services, Louisville, KY.

 

Adult Education for Professionals: Some Considerations (October). An invited address at the National Defense Attorney and Legal Aid Counsel’s Convention, Washington, DC.

 

1977

Self-Designed Training for Community Mental Health Advisory Boards (February). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Community Mental Health Centers, Atlanta, GA.

 

Drop-Outs and Non-Drop-Outs: Consumer Satisfaction With Community Mental Health (November) with Beech, R. Paper presented at the 2nd annual IL Health Care Research Symposium, Springfield, IL.

 

1976

Planning for Crisis Intervention With Community Mental Health Concepts (February). Paper presented at the 7th annual Midwinter Convention of the Division of Psychotherapy, American Psychological Association, San Diego, CA.

 

A Consumer-Oriented Approach to Continuing Education in Community Mental Health (March). Paper presented at the 23rd annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

 

1975

Developing Educational Ties With the Community: Intervention Among Professionals and Advisory Board Members in Continuing Education with Alschuler, F., Beaudoin, G., Rydman, R., & Taylor, F. Panel presented at the 13th annual meeting of the IL Group Psychotherapy Society, Chicago, IL.

 

1974

Community Psychologist as Researcher: Hidden and Unhidden Agenda (September) with Beech, R., & Fiester, A. Paper presented at the 82nd annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

 

Training and Service in Community Psychology: A Realistic Appraisal (September) with Denner, B., Gross, S., Fourcher, L., Wexler, S., & Levy, L. In Silverman, W. H. (Chair). Symposium presented at the 82nd annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC..

 

Professional and Lay Reactions to Community Mental Health Education (December) with Mossman, M., Oglesby, W., & Avellar, J. Panel presented at the 12th annual Midwest Group Process Conference of the IL Group Psychotherapy Society, Chicago, IL.

 

1972

Back-Up: Uses and Abuses in a Community Program (May) with Val, E., Freed, H., &  Desai, P. Panel presented at the 125th annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Dallas, TX.

 

1969

Relevance of Training in Psychology for Social Issues Confronting Psychologists (April). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the IL Psychological Association, Peoria, IL.

 

1968

Changes in Self Perception as a Function of Initial Self Perception and Feedback (April) with Baron, M. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, DC.