1 CV CLEM 1 Curriculum Vitae Jamie M. Clem, MSW Doctoral Candidate College of Social Work, Florida State University 296 Champions Way, Tallahassee, FL, (352) Research Interests Substance use among women and ethnic minorities, focusing on the differential experience of one s physical body in the development of a substance use disorder Community-based intervention research utilizing outdoor and expressive approaches to substance abuse treatment Applied techniques in social work education, including experiential learning and social artistry Teaching Interests Introduction to Social Work, Social Policy, Human Behavior and the Social Environment, Diversity, Social Work Practice, Social Work Practice with Groups, Social Work Practice in the Addictions, Social Work Research Methods, Introduction to Measurement and Statistics, Program Evaluation, and Field Education Professional Preparation Fall, 2014 Doctorate of Philosophy, College of Social Work, Florida State University Committee: Stephen Tripodi (Chair, Social Work), Dean Nick Mazza (Social Work), Dina Wilke (Social Work), and David Gussak (Art Therapy) Prospectus: Self-objectification: Understanding the mediational pathway in predicting gendered substance use Fall, 2013 Fall, 2008 Summer, 2006 Graduate Certificate in Measurement and Statistics Regression Modeling, Exploratory and Confirmatory Factor Analysis, Measurement Theory, Structural Equation Modeling Master of Social Work, Florida State University, Clinical Concentration Bachelor of Science, Psychology, Florida State University
2 CV CLEM 2 Clinical Experience 2013 Activity Leader (Volunteer), The College of Social Work Arts & Athletics Summer Program, Florida State 2012 Group Facilitator, Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement Intervention (MORE), College of Social Work, Florida State University Counselor (Unpaid position), Sisters in Sobriety, Women s Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Facility, Tallahassee, FL 2009 Behavioral Healthcare Social Worker, Morton Plant Hospital, BayCare Behavioral Health, Clearwater, FL Medical Social Worker, PRN, Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater, FL 2008 Medical Social Work Intern, Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater, FL 2007 Social Work Intern, Sisters in Sobriety, Women s Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Facility, Tallahassee, FL Professional Experience Researcher, Florida Center for Prevention Research, Florida State Instructor, College of Social Work, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL Research/ Teaching Assistant, College of Social Work, Florida State Graduate Research Assistant, College of Social Work, Florida State Undergraduate Research Assistant, Cognitive Psychology Department, Florida State Teaching Experience Independent Instruction SOW4702 Chemical Dependency (Fall, 2012) SOW4403 Introduction to Social Work Research (Fall, 2013) SOW4323 Social Work Practice II (Spring, 2013; Summer, 2013; Spring, 2014) SOW4341 Social Work Practice I (Fall, 2012)
3 CV CLEM 3 SOW4104 Human Behavior and the Social Environment (Spring, 2012) SOW3350 Interviewing and Recording (Summer, 2012) SOW1054 Human Service Experience (Fall, 2013; Spring, 2014) Teaching Assistant SOW5712 Chemical Dependency- Online (Fall, 2013) SOW5611 Family Counseling- Online (Summer, 2012; Summer, 2013; Sumer, 2014) SOW5455 Grant Writing- Online (Spring, 2010; Fall, 2010) SOW5367 Crisis Intervention- Online (Fall, 2012; Spring, 2013) SOW3350 Interviewing and Recording (Fall, 2011) Honors and Awards Nominated, Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, Florida State University ( ). John P. & Jane W. Wakeman Memorial Scholarship for the Arts in Social Work, College of Social Work, Florida State University ( ). Florida State University Graduate Grant ($1,000), Florida State University ( ). Congress of Graduate Students Conference Support Grant ($200), Florida State University ( ). Instructor of the Year, College of Social Work, Florida State University ( ). Herndon Scholars/ Helios Education Foundation Scholarship, College of Social Work, Florida State University ( ). Research Refereed Journal Publications Clem, J.M. & Prost, S.G. (under review). Does wilderness therapy reduce recidivism in delinquent adolescents? A narrative review. Clem, J.M., Mennicke, A., & Beasley, C. (in-press). Development and validation of the Experiential Learning Survey. Journal of Social Work Education. Brooks, S. & Clem, J. M. (2013). School-based substance abuse prevention: An initial review of the Red Ribbon Certified Schools Program. Journal of Global Drug Policy and Practice, 7, 4, 1-26.
4 CV CLEM 4 Clem, J.M., Smith, T.E., & Richards, K.V. (2012). Effects of a low-elements ropes course on abstinence self-efficacy and group cohesion. Research on Social Work Practice, 22, 3, Non-Refereed Publications Clem, J.M. (in-press). Book review: Financial therapy: 5 steps toward financial freedom. Research on Social Work Practice. Brooks, S. & Clem, J.M. (2013, July). Evaluating the Red Ribbon Certified Schools Program, Formative Report, Tallahassee, FL: Florida State University. Clem, J.M. (2012). Book review: Substance abuse treatment for adolescents and adults: Clinician s guide to evidenced-based practice. Research on Social Work Practice, 22, 4, 440. Randolph, K., Radey, M., Roberts, K., Clem, J.M., & Arellano, A. (2008, February). Florida s Initiative for Family Engagement: Systematic research synthesis. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State University. Articles in Preparation Prost, S.G., Dwyer, J. & Clem, J.M. Electronic dance music and substance use: Examining the evidence for social work practice. Manuscript in preparation. Johnson, S. & Clem, J.M. Special considerations in end-of-life-care for Holocaust survivors. Manuscript in preparation. Clem, J.M. What do they get out of it: Making education meaningful. Manuscript in preparation. Hefren, J.E. & Clem, J.M. Parental decisions related to stuff after a sudden loss. Manuscript in preparation. Presentations Refereed Presentations at Conferences Clem, J.M. & Mennicke, A. (2013). What do they get out of it: Making education meaningful. Council on Social Work Education (National). Clem, J. M. (2012). Development and validation of the Experiential Learning Survey. Society for Social Work Research (National). Hefren, J.E. & Clem, J.M. (2012) Parental decisions related to stuff after the sudden loss of a child. Association for Death Education Counsel (National).
5 CV CLEM 5 Invited Presentations Clem, J.M. (2014). General linear modeling: Transparent statistical reporting in social work research. College of Social Work. Florida State University (Local). Clem, J. M. (2012). Development and validation of the Experiential Learning Survey. Research Exposition, Florida State University (Local). Hefren, J.E. & Clem, J.M. (2012) Parental decisions related to stuff after the sudden loss of a child. Research Exposition, Florida State University (Local). Clem, J.M. Social Work in the Addictions. Regular guest Lecturer in Practice I, Policy, Research, and Human Behavior and the Social Environment courses in the College of Social Work, Florida State University (Local). Professional Service Membership, Counsel on Social Work Education (2013- Present). Membership, Society for Social Work Research (2010- Present). Membership, Association for Experiential Education (2010- Present). President, Doctoral Student Organization, College of Social Work, Florida State University ( ). Guest reviewer, Research on Social Work Practice (2009, 2011). Secretary, Doctoral Student Organization, College of Social Work, Florida State University ( ).
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