1 C. Chyrelle Martin, Psy.D Licensed Clinical and Forensic Psychologist OPAL Institute Oregon Passionate Aging and Living SW Osprey Dr. #285 Beaverton, OR Clinical and Forensic Experience Licensed Clinical and Forensic Psychologist. Oregon Credential Number 1983, Washington Credential Number PSYC.PY Present. Comprehensive evaluations that include assessment of personality, intelligence, neuropsychological functioning, symptom validity, risk of recidivism. Individual therapy for adults with special emphasis on older adults. Coffee Creek Facility, Department of Corrections, Psychological evaluations of male and female inmates. Individual and group therapy for women inmates. Wrote group therapy protocol for cognitive restructuring, relaxation training and problem solving groups implemented by Oregon Department of Corrections state prisons. Psychologist Resident, Portland, Oregon, Individual Therapy: Provision of evidence-based therapy. Comprehensive evaluations that included assessment of personality, intelligence, neuropsychological functioning, symptom validity, risk of recidivism; provision of supportive services to individuals undergoing criminal prosecution. Supervisor: Linda Grounds, PhD. Western State Hospital, Steilacoom, Washington, Center for Older Adult Services: Individual and group therapy and assessment of civilly committed older adults with depression, anxiety, dementia, and psychosis.
2 Neuropsychology: Neuropsychological evaluations for individuals with traumatic brain injury, dementia, substance-induced persisting dementia, impulse control problems, behavioral problems, mental retardation, attention deficit disorder, schizophrenia bipolar disorder. Forensic Assessment in Corrections and the Community: Forensic evaluations for competency to stand trial, diminished capacity, insanity, and risk assessments for danger to self and others. Oregon State Hospital, Salem, Oregon, Psychological, cognitive, and neuropsychological assessment batteries; individual therapy with men with mental retardation, traumatic brain injury, dementia, and severe mental illness; member of an interdisciplinary treatment team. Lifeworks NW, Beaverton, Oregon, Empirically supported treatments for a wide variety of psychological disorders in a diverse population; liaison with social security administration, patient attorneys, psychiatrists, medical doctors, social workers, drug treatment counselors. Psychological Service Center, Portland, Oregon, Cognitive-behavioral empirically validated interventions for psychological disorders; in vivo and imaginal exposure, cognitive restructuring, relaxation training, behavioral activation, motivational interviewing; training and practice in functional analysis and comprehensive case conceptualization (including biopsychosocial, social learning, educational, family-of-origin, legal, and cultural factors; medical conditions; drug/alcohol use). Work Experience Graduate Assistant to Genevieve Arnaut, PhD, PsyD, Pacific University, September, 2002-September, 2007 Research Assistant to Eric Mankowski, PhD, Portland State University Evaluated interviews of male participants of the ManKind Project. Evaluated responses of participants in domestic violence intervention program conducted by the Men s Resource Center, Portland, Oregon.
3 Other Experience: Editor, Oregon Psychological Association Bulletin, Support Group Facilitator and Crisis Support for Survivors of Domestic Violence, Clackamas Women s Services, Clackamas County, Oregon, Training of Support Personnel, Adult and Family Services, Clackamas County, Oregon, Co-designed and facilitated an education and support program on domestic violence, stress management, coping resources, safety planning, conflict resolution, communication skills, and healthy relationships at Adult and Family Services (now Department of Human Services). Education Pacific University: Doctoral Degree, Clinical Psychology, APA-approved Psy.D program. Academic rank in program: Outstanding. Dissertation: Social Anxiety, Attribution Styles, and Contemporary Dating Practices. Pacific University: Master of Science, Clinical Psychology, Thesis: The Problem of Common Variance in the MMPI/MMPI-2. Portland State University: Post Baccalaureate Study, Psychology Nominated Phi Beta Kappa. University of California, Los Angeles: Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology Research Washington County Corrections Assessment Project. Administered neuropsychological and personality assessment tests to a forensic population. Mankind Project. Read and coded interviews with male participants of a selfhelp group; analyzed data to assess outcomes associated with membership. Men s Resource Center, Portland, Oregon. Tabulated outcome measures of participants of domestic violence offender groups. Thesis: The Problem of Common Variance in the MMPI/MMPI-2. Analyzed and discussed attenuated specificity in the MMPI-2, sources of common variance, and possible solutions to these problems, including the Reconstructed Clinical Scales, Content Scales, and mathematical corrections for variance.
4 Dissertation: Social Anxiety, Attribution Styles, and Contemporary Dating Practices. Supervised by Paula Truax, PhD, and Krista Brockwood, PhD, Pacific University, Articles/Presentations/Posters: Introduction to Forensic Assessment. Washington County Public Defenders. May, Forensic Assessment of Executive Functioning and Medical Illness. Multnomah County Public Defenders. February, Coping Skills: Thought Disputation, Problem Solving and Relaxation Therapy. Eighteen-week group therapy protocol for the Oregon Department of Corrections. October, The Impact of Medical Illnesses on Thinking, Personality and Behavior. The Oregon Defense Attorney. July/August, The Neurodevelopmental and Interpersonal Consequences to Children of Witnessing Domestic Violence and Experiencing Child Abuse. Workshop given to batterer s intervention agencies. January 15, PTSD: What It Does to Our Clients and What It Means in the Courtroom. Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association Winter Conference. Psychology 101: What We Do and Why. Garvey, Schubert, and Barer, Attorneys at Law. Assessment of Symptom Validity and Malingering: Survey of Base Rates, Common Practices and Assessment Measures. Special Commitment Center. August, Don t Lie to Me: Assessment of Malingering in a Forensic Context. Western State Hospital. July, Assessing Domestic Violence: Red Flags and Warning Signs. In-service training for new clinicians, Psychological Service Center, Portland, Oregon Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy with American Indian Women. Poster presentation, Pacific University, 2004.
5 Mankowski, Silvergleid, Maton, Hoover, Burke, Anderson, and Martin, Evaluation of the ManKind Project: Qualitative and Quantitative Outcome Data. American Psychological Association, San Francisco, California, August, 2001.
6 Other Experiences/Professional Organizations Editor: Oregon Psychological Association Bulletin, 2009 Oregon Psychological Association, 2004-Present. Professional Affairs Committee. American Psychological Association, 2005-Present. Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, 2008-Present Admissions Committee, Pacific University School of Professional Psychology, Oregon Friends of Jung,
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