1 Curriculum Vitae Rachael J. Bishop, Psy.D. d.b.a. Rachael J. Bishop, Inc. Licensed Psychologist FL PY7897 With offices in Broward County and Palm Beach County, Florida Education 2007 Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) Degree conferred 08/ Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL M.S. with honors (GPA 3.85), major in Clinical Psychology Degree conferred 05/ Miami University, Oxford, OH Bachelor of Arts, Major in Psychology, Minor in Family Studies Degree conferred 05/2001 Employment History 02/09 to present Clinical Psychologist in Private Practice. Areas of specialization and emphasis include: The evaluation and treatment of victims (adults and children) of physical, sexual, and emotional abuse and other traumatic events Psychological, Psychoeducational, and Psychosexual evaluations Outpatient individual, family, and play therapy for a variety of child, adolescent, and adult conditions, including behavioral problems, mood disorders, cognitive disorders, and relationshiporiented difficulties Neurofeedback treatment for a variety of child, adolescent, and adult conditions Neurofeedback and individual therapy for persons with substance abuse in an inpatient relapse prevention program Evaluation and treatment of attention and learning related difficulties 09/04 to present Forensic Examiner and Forensic Assistant to L. Dennison Reed, Psy.D. in child sexual abuse cases Job duties include: Assist Dr. Reed in performing psychological evaluations in forensic child sexual abuse cases, e.g., assessment of psychological damages in personal injury cases; assessment of risk for child sexual abuse in termination of parental rights cases. Summarize and critically examine evidence in child sexual abuse cases. Assess the reliability of children s sexual abuse allegations. Critique psychiatric/psychological evaluations.
2 Research and literature reviews relating to child sexual abuse and other child maltreatment, and sex offenders. Substitute teacher for Dr. Reed s doctoral-level course entitled Child Sexual Abuse: Assessment offered at Nova Southeastern University s Center for Psychological Studies in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. 09/07 to 02/09 Post-Doctoral Residency in Private Practice Setting Supervisor: Rick Harris, Psy.D. Areas of specialization and emphasis included: Psychological and psychoeducation evaluations of children, adolescents, and adults Assessment and treatment of attention and learning-related difficulties Neurofeedback treatment for a variety of child, adolescent, and adult conditions, including peak performance Outpatient treatment of a variety of child, adolescent, and adult conditions 09/06 to 09/07 Doctoral Internship with the Chrysalis Center, Inc. of Broward County, Florida Supervisor: Evan Mehlman, Psy.D. Areas of specialization and emphasis included: Outpatient individual and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults primarily involving child sexual abuse issues. Treatment modalities included victim counseling, offender counseling, sexual-specific treatment, and/or psychosexual education Inpatient individual and group treatment in a residential group home for adolescent males with sexual behavior problems Facilitated weekly multidisciplinary team meetings to review child-on-child sexual abuse incidents occurring in Broward County. Team participants included members of the Department of Children and Families, as well as local law enforcement Psychological, psychoeducational, and psychosexual evaluations Clinical Training and Experience 08/03 to 08/04 Child and Adolescent Traumatic Stress Program Nova Southeastern University Community Mental Health Center; JCAHO & APA Accredited Therapist (Practicum Placement) Supervisor: Jan Faust, Ph.D. Areas of specialization and training included: Individual, family, and play therapy and treatment planning for children and adolescents who demonstrated symptoms of traumatic stress reactions (including PTSD) resulting from child sexual abuse and other traumatic events. Utilized dynamic, cognitive, behavioral, play therapy, and systemic approaches. Provided support and parent training to parents and families of these traumatized children.
3 08/02 to 08/03 Child Outpatient Program Nova Southeastern University Community Mental Health Center; JCAHO & APA Accredited Student Therapist (Practicum Placement) Supervisors: Sarah Valley-Gray, Psy.D. Amy Bravo, Psy.D. Areas of training and emphasis included: Evaluation and treatment of children, adolescents, and their families Individual, family, and group therapy for children and adolescents Psychological and psychoeducational evaluations to assist in treatment and diagnosis Co-facilitated parent training and social skills training group therapy Utilized cognitive, behavioral, systemic, and play therapy approaches. 01/02 to 04/02 Program for the Seriously Emotionally Disturbed Nova Southeastern University Community Mental Health Center Pre-Practicum Placement Supervisor: Jan Faust, Ph.D. Areas of training included: Observed supervision with practicum students treating adults with psychotic disorders utilizing long-term dynamic therapy Other Related Training and Experience 04/12 to present Guardian Ad Litem for Broward County, Florida 09/06 to 09/07 Attended monthly B-SAIN Meetings of Broward County (Broward County Chapter of the Sexual Abuse Intervention Network) 08/05 to present Red Cross Organization Broward County, FL Volunteer 05/04 Program Development Nova Southeastern University Assisted in developing a manual for a complete, comprehensive initial assessment of children, adolescents, and their families, to be used by Nova Southeastern University for the purposes of training psychologists and other mental health care providers. Manual included various mental status evaluations, child behavior checklists, initial interviewing techniques and modules, as well as vignettes for practice and application. 03/04 Community Outreach Volunteer Nova Southeastern University 01/02 to 08/02 Nova Southeastern University Community Mental Health Center Group Facilitator T.I.P.S Parenting Class 05/00 to 08/01 Butler County Rape Crisis Program Butler County/ Oxford OH Volunteer Victim Advocate/Counselor Provided telephone consultation and information for sexual assault victims, their families, and others. Provided in-person support, counseling, and information for victims and their families at hospitals and police stations in the aftermath of sexual assault. On-call shifts of 12 hours per week
4 05/98 to 08/98 Preschool Teacher Robin s Nest Daycare, Trotwood, OH Responsible for supervising infants ages 6 months to 2 years, supervising children ages 2-4, and leading group activities, planned education, and social activities for disadvantaged children 05/97 to 08/01 Special Olympics of Montgomery County, Ohio Dayton, OH Counselor, Volunteer Mentally and physically disabled populations 1993 to 2001 St. Vincent DePaul Organization Dayton, OH Homeless, elderly, and underprivileged populations Assessment Methods and Competencies Intelligence and Achievement Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale 3 rd Edition Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (III and IV) Peabody Individual Achievement Test- Revised (PIAT-R) Wechsler Individual Achievement Test 2 nd Edition Wide Range Achievement Test, Revision 3 (WRAT3) Memory and Learning Wide Range Assessment of Memory and Learning, 3 rd Edition (WRAML-3) Nelson Denny Reading Test Personality House-Tree-Person Drawings Kinetic School, Family Drawings Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory 2 nd Edition Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory Adolescent Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory- III (MCMI-III) Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory, III (MACI-III) Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) Rorschach (Exner system) Sentence Completion Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) Children s Apperception Test (CAT) Self Report Achenbach Child Behavior Checklist (Parent, Teacher, and Youth Self-Report forms) Attributions of Blame and Responsibility Scale Behavior Assessment System for Children, 2 nd Edition (BASC-2) (all different forms- parent, teacher, self-report for variety of ages) Beck Depression Inventory Beck Anxiety Inventory Beck Hopelessness Scale Child Depression Inventory (long and short forms; parent version) Child Post-Traumatic Stress Reaction Index Children s Impact of Traumatic Events Scale- Revised Children s Manifest Anxiety Scale, Revised Conners Rating Scales (Parent, Teacher, and Self-Report forms) Family Environment Scale Fear Survey Schedule for Children Revised Life Events Scale Nowicki-Strickland Locus of Control Scale Parenting Stress Index Piers-Harris Children s Self-Concept Scale State/Trait Anxiety Inventory Stress Index for Parents of Adolescents (SIPA) Symptom Checklist-90-Revised Trauma Symptom Inventory
5 Diagnostic Interview Other Schedule for Affective Disorder and Schizophrenia for School-Age Children Epidemiologic Version 5 Adolescent Cognitions Scale, Revised (ACS-R) Beery-Bucktemica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration (VMI) Bender Visual-Motor-Gestalt Test Child Abuse Potential Inventory (CAP VI) Child Sexual Behavior Inventory (CSBI) PHASE Sexual Attitudes Questionnaire Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory, 3 rd Edition (SASSI-3) Academic Research 02/05 to present Child Sexual Abuse Research 01/05 to 08/07 Dissertation - Nova Southeastern University Title: Concurrent Validity of the Nova Assessment for Psychotherapy for Play Therapy (NAP) Primary focus of research includes: 01/04 to 06/04 Directed Study - Nova Southeastern University Title: Process and Outcome Concurrent Validity of the Nova Assessment of Psychotherapy Scale for Play Therapy Supervisor: William Burns, Ph.D., APBB Primary focus of research included: Play therapy research to validate a measure determining the frequency of variables associated with the use of play therapy in a clinical or academic setting. Preliminary concurrent validity was established with a small clinical sample size. 08/03 to 09/06 Forensic Psychology Research Nova Southeastern University Supervisor: Jan Faust, Ph.D. Focus of research included the effectiveness of a communication/ problem solving educational class provided to divorcing couples in order to minimize detrimental effects of divorce on children ages /02 to 09/06 Play Therapy Research Nova Southeastern University Supervisors: William Burns, Ph.D., APBB, and Jan Faust, Ph.D. Research focused on the validation of a measure used in play therapy in clinical and academic settings. 01/01 to 05/01 Research Assistant Miami University Title: Children s Understanding of Mental Illness Supervisor: Ronald J. Iannotti, Ph.D. Focus of research involved the supervision of undergraduate students in data collection, coding, and interviewing of children as to their understanding of mental illness. 05/00 to 01/01 Independent Study Miami University Title: Children s Conceptualizations of Mental Illness Supervisor: Ronald J. Iannotti, Ph.D.
6 Focus of research involved: Interviewing children ages 4-14 as to their understanding of mental illness Performing a cross-cultural pilot study/analysis of children in the United States, Germany, and Ghana Seminars Attended Sept. 27 Sept. 29, 2012 May 30, 2007 Sept. 10, 2007 Oct , 2004 July 12, 2004 Nov. 7, 2003 Oct. 17, 2003 Oct. 17, 2003 September, 2003 September, 2003 September, 2003 April, 2003 Nov. 8-9, 2002 October, 2002 Sept. 27, 2002 September, 2001 August 8, 2000 July 7, 2000 June 26, 2000 June 19, 2000 Advanced Clinical Summit in Neurofeedback. Siegfried Othmer, PhD, Sue Othmer, BA, BCIAC and Kurt Othmer, BA, EEG Clinic. Chicago, Illinois Assessments and Interviews of Child Examinees in Personal Injury, Family Law/Custody, and Child Sexual Abuse. Stuart Greenburg, Ph.D. Fort Lauderdale, FL. First Aid/CPR/AED Certification Course, Chrysalis Center, Fort Lauderdale, FL Kansas Conference in Child and Adolescent Psychology, University of Kansas Lawrence KS. Suicide Training and Risk Assessment. Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL First Aid/CPR/AED Certification Course, Nova Southeastern University HIV/AIDS, and Other Communicable Diseases Training, Nova Southeastern University Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Certification and Risk Management, Nova Southeastern University Domestic Violence Training for Mental Healthcare Providers, Nova Southeastern University Ethics for Students and Practitioners, Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL Child Abuse Assessment and Reporting, Nova Southeastern University Expanding Clinical Competence: Working with Culturally and Socially Diverse Clients, Nova Southeastern University Profiling and Crime Analysis: Homicides, Sex Crimes, and Other Crimes of Violence, Nova Southeastern University Suicide Assessment and Risk Management, Nova Southeastern University High-Functioning Autism/Asperger s Disorders: Assessment and Diagnostic Issues, Nova Southeastern University Critical Incident Stress Debriefing, Nova Southeastern University Crime Scene Analysis: Sexual Homicide, Hamilton County Crime Lab, Cincinnati, OH (through the Butler County Rape Crisis Program) Play Therapy Workshop, Community Counseling and Crisis Center, Oxford, OH Sexual Abuse Prevention Track Sexual Assault Awareness/Prevention Programs for Teens, Community Counseling and Crisis Center, Oxford, OH Sexual Abuse Prevention Track Personal Safety Skills Training for Children ages Preschool through 6 th Grade, Community Counseling and Crisis Center, Oxford, OH
7 May 18-25, 2000 Butler County Rape Crisis Program Paraprofessional Victim Advocate Training Workshop, Community Counseling and Crisis Center, Oxford, OH. Comprehensive 40 hour training program for volunteer work with victims of sexual assault May, 2000 Midwest Psychological Association 2000 Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois Honors, Awards, and Professional Distinctions Academic Honors Program, Miami University Certificate of Achievement for commitment and service with Butler County Rape Crisis Program In 2001, Dr. Bishop was recognized by the Miami University Parents Association for outstanding service to Miami University. She was awarded a certificate of merit for her volunteer work In 2000, Dr. Bishop was the recipient of the Undergraduate Summer Scholars Program at Miami University, whereby she received college credit and her research was funded Professional Memberships and Associations American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) Florida Sex Crimes Investigators Association (FSCIA) Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) (pending membership) American Psychological Association (APA) (past member) Guardian Ad Litem Broward County, Florida Certified to administer Children s Functional Assessment Scale (CFARS) Publications Process and Outcome Concurrent Validity of the Nova Assessment of Psychotherapy Scale for Play Therapy. October, Poster session, Kansas Conference in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. Children s Understanding of Mental Illness. Poster session, Psychology Department, Miami University. February, Mack, L., Bishop, R. J., & Iannotti, R. J. (2000). Children s Conceptualizations of Mental Illness. Paper presented at the annual conference for the Midwest Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois, May, Consultant on Doctoral Dissertation Project by B.C. Reiman entitled An Innovative Outpatient Substance Abuse Program with Neurofeedback: A Program Design for Male and Female Adult Populations.
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