1 Robin C. Meade, Psy.D Louisiana Avenue, Suite 100 Winter Park, Florida Phone: (407) Fax: (407) EDUCATION Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology, September, 2000, Melbourne, Florida APA Accredited. Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year Award, 1999 Master of Science in Clinical Psychology, December, 1998, Melbourne, Florida Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling, May, 1993 Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, May, 1989 Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS Licensed Psychologist, State of Florida #PY 6657 Licensed Mental Health Counselor, State of Florida Qualified Supervisor for Mental Health Counseling #MH 3879 Certified Family Mediator, Supreme Court of Florida MEMBERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE American Psychological Association Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida Eating Disorder Network of Central Florida, Founding Board Member 12/11-Present Psychologist Robin Meade, Psy.D. Central Florida Psychology and Therapy Private Practice Winter Park, Florida Provide individual, family, co-parenting, parenting coordination, and couples therapy. Areas of specialization include mediation, collaborative law, parenting coordination and expert witness testimony. Presenting issues include eating disorders, grief and loss, marital, divorce and co-parenting issues.
2 Robin C. Meade, Psy.D. 2 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED): 06/01 12/11 Psychologist Psychological Affiliates, Inc. Group Private Practice Winter Park, Florida Psychological Resident from Provide individual, family, couples, and group therapy to children, adults, and families. Areas of specialization include child and adult psychotherapy, mediation, parent coordination, collaborative law, and psychological testing for individuals, various county agencies, and the court systems. Presenting issues include eating disorders, grief and loss, marital, divorce, co-parenting issues, and child abuse Psychology Intern Northern Illinois University (APA Accredited) Counseling and Student Development Center DeKalb, Illinois Provided short and long-term individual psychotherapy and intake interviews. Co-led weekly group psychotherapy for university students. Year long specialization in eating disorders which involved providing individual and family therapy, consultation, presentations, workshops and participation in multidisciplinary treatment team meetings and eating disorders task force. Provided eating disorders consultation, education and presentations to students, faculty and staff at local elementary and high schools. Provided emergency on-call services and crisis intervention. Provided career counseling and assessment. Supervised doctoral level practicum student. Performed learning disability assessments Assistant Counseling Center Director Counseling and Psychological Services of Melbourne, Florida A full time graduate assistantship awarded to an advanced level doctoral student to assist in the overall operation of the counseling center. Responsible for providing clinical and administrative supervision of approximately 20 doctoral students each semester. Administrative responsibilities included case management and record keeping; leading weekly administrative meetings; compiling monthly statistical reports; meeting with center director, clinical supervisors and dean of psychology; and assisting with student evaluations. Clinical responsibilities included individual and group supervision, assignment of cases and review of intakes and clinical documentation. Conducted weekly supervision groups for peer supervisors of practicum students. Other duties included 24-hour emergency on-call coverage; consultation; training incoming therapists; and student and parent orientation.
3 Robin C. Meade, Psy.D. 3 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (Continued): 1996 Inpatient Therapist (Temporary, part-time position) ValueMark Laurel Oaks Behavioral Healthcare System Orlando, Florida Sexual Abuse Survivor Therapist for female adolescents in Residential Treatment Center. Responsibilities included implementation and monitoring of individual treatment plans, charting and documenting patient progress notes. Established sexual abuse assessment questionnaire and screened patients for sexual survivors group. Provided individual, group and family counseling sessions Therapist Lakeside Alternatives Maitland, Florida Provided various therapeutic services on a part-time, consultation status. Provided treatment in adult and children s crisis stabilization units, short-term residential unit, longer-term residential unit, and screening center. Provided review of clinical documentation and supervision to staff on inpatient units. Duties also included attendance at hospital staff meetings Outpatient Therapist Waterfront Center for Psychology of Osceola Mental Health Maitland, Florida Provided brief outpatient counseling services through a capitated managed care contract. Population consisted of children, adolescents, adults and elderly. Provided individual, family, and couples co-therapy. Developed skills related to working in an administrative setting such as managing reimbursement, requesting approval for services, learning how to work effectively within a managed care setting, and obtaining new referral services Private Practice Associates in Psychotherapy and Biofeedback of Winter Park, Winter Park, Florida Provided individual, group and relationship counseling. Client load included particular emphasis on eating disorders and sexual abuse treatment for children, adolescents and adults. Provided psychiatric referrals and managed reimbursements through managed care/hmo organizations Program Coordinator The Children s Center of Osceola Mental Health Kissimmee, Florida Sexual Abuse Program Coordinator. Acting director of facility in his absence. Designed and implemented program for community mental health agency. Supervised other therapists in program. Provided individual, family and collateral counseling for sexually abused children/adolescents and their families. Member of District Seven child abuse prevention task force.
4 Robin C. Meade, Psy.D. 4 Quality assurance manager. Conducted monthly peer reviews, represented program at management meetings, and performed other various administrative duties. CLINICAL AND RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE Circles of Care: Sheridan Oaks Inpatient Unit and Testing Lab Melbourne, Florida January, 1999-May, 1999 Supervisor: Roger Keyser, Ph.D. Sheridan Oaks: A 28-bed inpatient unit of a private psychiatric hospital with a patient population consisting of general psychiatric ambulatory adults admitted voluntarily or involuntarily. Responsibilities include leading daily didactic, art-expression, and discharge planning group therapies, conducting intakes and psychosocial histories, providing individual crisis stabilization, and attending hospital team meetings. Testing Lab: An assessment practicum serving the adult outpatient/inpatient and day hospital unit of a community mental health center. Responsibilities consisted of psychological assessment including the administration, scoring and interpretation of intellectual, neuropsychological, and personality evaluations. Community Psychological Services, Melbourne, Florida December, September, 1998 Supervisors: Radhika Krishnamurthy, Psy.D. Monique Levermore, Ph.D. Carol Philpot, Psy.D. Outpatient community mental health clinic serving children, adolescents, adults, and elderly. Provided assessment, therapy, and consultation with schools, industry, and community agencies. Emphasis in training consisted of special attention to the family processes in therapy from a systemic perspective, and to the dynamics of the co-therapy relationship. Counseling and Psychological Services, Melbourne, Florida August, 1997-December, 1997 Supervisor: James Oelschlager, Psy.D. Assisted director in overall functioning of university counseling center. Compiled statistics for end of fiscal year report. Assisted director in grant writing, budget planning, and preparation for presentations. Liaison to departments as well as community agencies. Office of Clinical Training, Melbourne, Florida May, 1997-December, 1997 Supervisor: Carol Philpot, Psy.D. Administrative practicum working directly with the Associate Director of Clinical Training for the School of Psychology. Assisted practicum students in practicum assignment planning and site selection. Contacted potential practicum sites to determine readiness for student assignment. Contacted current practicum site supervisors to obtain information necessary for future student assignment. Updated practicum manual and practicum schedules. Counseling and Psychological Services, Melbourne, Florida January, August, 1998
5 Robin C. Meade, Psy.D. 5 RELATED EXPERIENCE Supervisors: Richard T. Elmore, Jr., Ph.D. Thomas Harrell, Ph.D. James Oelschlager, Psy.D. Outpatient university counseling center emphasizing a brief (16 week) therapy model serving students, staff, faculty, and their dependents. Conducted intake interviews, individual, couples, and group psychotherapy. Provided psychological assessments, vocational assessments and case presentations. Provided consultation and psychoeducational workshops to the campus and the surrounding community on a variety of topics including coping with grief and loss, anger management, substance abuse, and improving self-esteem. Master s Degree Internship Glenbeigh Health Sources of Orlando, Orlando, Florida January, 1993-August, 1993 Supervisor: Katherine Bishop, L.M.H.C. Primary Therapist. Worked with eating disordered and chemically dependent adults and adolescents in inpatient and partial hospitalization programs. Performed social history assessments, diagnostic assessments, individual, marital and family sessions as well as group therapy. Prepared for and conducted specialty groups and lectures. Provided discharge planning, treatment team input and presented cases in supervision group. Master s Degree Practicum Florida Department of Corrections Probation Office, Orlando, Florida August, December, 1992 Supervisor: Anne Heath, Ph.D. Provided individual counseling at Florida Department of Corrections. Clients were either mandated to attend or sought treatment on a voluntary basis. Compiled intake and termination reports, maintained progress notes, and participated in weekly supervision. Additionally, compiled monthly reports to Department of Corrections to convey information regarding clients progress. Master s Degree Practicum Rollins College Counseling Institute, Winter Park, Florida August, 1992-December, 1992 Supervisor: Anne Heath, Ph.D. Outpatient counseling center for students of Rollins College. Provided individual psychotherapy, completed intake reports, maintained progress noted, and participated in weekly supervision. Student Therapist Family Learning Program, Cocoa, Florida; Melbourne, Florida September, 1996-March, 1998 Supervisors: Juanita Baker, Ph.D. Nancy Wenk, Psy.D. Outpatient sexual abuse treatment program serving children, adolescents, non-offending caretakers, and perpetrators. Co-facilitated weekly treatment groups for sexually abused children and adolescents as well as siblings of sexual abuse victims. Provided additional on-going therapy to individuals within the program as needed. Conducted intake interviews, psychological assessments, case presentations and case management. Attended court hearings and filed for Victim s Compensation benefits as needed. Functioned as part of the treatment team emphasizing a behavioral approach to treatment. Group Co-facilitator Rollins College Graduate Program in Education and Human Development, Winter Park, Florida Fall Semesters,
6 Robin C. Meade, Psy.D. 6 Supervisors: Bert Bertram, Ed.D. Nancy Cruse, Psy.D. Marie Shafe, Ed.D. Co-facilitator in a personal growth/t-group consisting of graduate students in mental health counseling program as a requirement of their group counseling class. Issues related to professional development, transference/countertransference, relationships, loss, sexuality, life transitions, as well as various other topics were processed on a weekly basis. Graduate Assistantship Teaching Assistant January, 1998-May, 1998 Supervisor: Thomas Harrell, Ph.D. A graduate assistantship awarded to an advanced level doctoral student. Aided in the coordination and implementation of Clinical Skills II class. Responsibilities included presentations of intake procedures and various theoretical orientations and treatment techniques in preparation for practicum placements of students. RELATED EXPERIENCE (Continued) PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Graduate Assistantship Research Assistant August, 1997-December, 1997 Supervisor: Thomas Harrell, Ph.D. Conducted research on various theories of Successful Aging. Responsibilities included review of literature, organization and collation of literature, preparation of overview of prior research findings. Met weekly with supervisor to provide updates on research findings. Graduate Assistantship Teaching Assistant August, 1997-December, 1997 Supervisor: Richard Elmore, Ph.D. Teaching assistant for first semester clinical psychology doctoral students. Responsibilities included teaching students basic counseling techniques including rapport-building, reflection, and attending skills according to the Carkhuff model. Teacher Academy of Learning, Longwood, Florida August, 1989-June, 1991 Junior Kindergarten Teacher. Coordinated daily classroom activities and lesson plans for eighteen students. Participated in parent-teacher conferences. Made recommendations regarding advancement to kindergarten. Committee Member July, 1998-Present Supervisor: Richard T. Elmore, Ph.D. Selected to serve on planning committee for clinical skills lab practicum. Served as one of four graduate students to assist in the design and implementation of a clinical skills lab. Peer Supervision, Melbourne, Florida
7 Robin C. Meade, Psy.D. 7 January, 1998-May, 1998 Supervisor: James R. Oelschlager, Psy.D. Provided peer supervision for beginning doctoral level therapists at Counseling and Psychological Services. Responsibilities included weekly group supervision sessions in which therapists are provided with support and assistance in adjusting to the role of therapist, formulating and presenting case conceptualizations, conducting intake interviews, and writing psychological reports. Issues of role induction, transference/countertransference, termination, and boundary-setting were also discussed. Administrative Assistant Office of Clinical Training January, 1998-May, 1998 Supervisor: Philip Farber, Ph.D. Assistant to the Dean of the Office of Clinical Training. Contacted potential practicum sites to arrange site visits. Met with practicum students to coordinate future practicum placements. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (Continued) Graduate Student Senate Member, Melbourne, Florida June, 1997-May, 1998 Elected by peers to be a founding member and representative on the graduate psychology student senate. Responsibilities included the formation of the senate as this was the first year a senate was created for psychology students. Created and established by-laws, formed committees, served as liaison between faculty and students, and represented and advocated for the student body in the Graduate School of Psychology. Additional responsibilities included the creation of a newsletter for faculty and students. Newsletter Editor Counseling and Psychological Services,, Melbourne, Florida May, 1997-May, 1998 Supervisor: James R. Oelschlager, Psy.D. Responsibilities included the coordination of the university counseling center s newsletter. Specific duties included generating specific article topics, assigning articles to be written by student therapists, proofreading and approving articles for format, grammar, and content, approving graphic lay-outs, and distributing the newsletters to students, staff, and faculty of the university. Student Interviewer for New Faculty Member, Melbourne, Florida April, 1997 Selected to interview and answer questions for prospective faculty member. Provided recommendations to faculty based upon these interviews. Student Interviewer for New Applicants, Melbourne, Florida March, 1997 and 1998 Responsibilities included interviewing and answering questions for a group of six new applicants to the Psy.D. program, as well as providing recommendations for acceptance based upon these interviews. Liaison Counseling and Psychological Services,, Melbourne, Florida January 1997-July, 1997 Served as a liaison for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) to Crisis Services of Brevard
8 Robin C. Meade, Psy.D. 8 County. Responsibilities include facilitating regular communication between CAPS and Crisis Services and arranging for requested presentations. Psychometrist National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, Valencia Community College, Orlando, Florida February 8, 1996 Lectured to students, faculty, staff, and community on eating disorders. Responsibilities included administering, scoring, and interpreting eating disorder screening surveys and made recommendations and referrals regarding which participants required more extensive attention regarding unhealthy eating habits. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (Continued) VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Certified Targeted Case Manager The Children s Center of Osceola Mental Health, Kissimmee, Florida June, 1991-August, 1993 Lead Case Manager and Case Manager Supervisor. Member of Family Services Planning Team. Advocated for clients and their families and linked them to appropriate resources within the community. Coordinated counseling sessions with support personnel. Maintained charts to Medicaid standards including documentation of progress, treatment planning and assessment. Developed and implemented respite program. Participated in inservice trainings and weekly staff meetings. Attended court hearings and testified on behalf of clients. Caseload mainly consisted of Emotionally Handicapped and Severely Emotionally Disabled (EH/SED) population. Mental Health Volunteer The Children s Center of Osceola Mental Health, Kissimmee, Florida Volunteered on a weekly basis as a therapeutic big sister for an outpatient client in an EH/SED program who was also receiving treatment in inpatient and outpatient facilities of a community mental health agency. Provided appropriate role modeling for client. Served as liaison between the family and service providers in the community. Volunteer Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, Massachusetts Assistant counselor to a child receiving outpatient services in a mental health center. Addressed needs on a one-to-one basis of a four-year old child. Assisted in developing and implementing a behavioral management program. Volunteer Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, Massachusetts 1988 Volunteered in day hospital. Interacted with and provided appropriate skill training to individual chronic patients. Assessed patients needs. Planned and participated in recreational activities.
9 Robin C. Meade, Psy.D. 9 PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS GIVEN More them Meets the Eye: Media Influences on Body Image and Eating Disorders August, 2009 The Palms at Central Florida Behavioral Hospital Assessment of Eating Disorders April, 2008 Eating Disorder Network of Central Florida Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents March, 2004 Orange County Child Protection Team Divided Loyalties June, 2002 to Present Psychological Affiliates, Inc. Multicultural Issues and Eating Disorders March, 2000 Northern Illinois University PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS GIVEN (Continued) Inservice given to counseling center staff. Career Decision Making Workshop March-April, 2000 Northern Illinois University Six-week workshop for Nontraditional College Students using career assessment instruments. Males Have Eating Disorders Too February, 2000 Northern Illinois University Presentation to students, staff, community during Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Body Image and Eating Disorders November, 1999 Northern Illinois University Graduate level course: Nutrition and Eating Disorders. Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating October, 1999 Northern Illinois University Undergraduate Physical Education class. Eating Disorders October, 1999 DeKalb High School. DeKalb, Illinois Presentation given to High School Students in their PE /Wellness Class Role Induction and Intake Procedures September, 1998 Presentation given to second year practicum students in clinical skills practicum lab. Stress Management August, 1998 Workshop given to graduate resident assistants for the dormitories at. Improving Communication Skills August, 1998 Workshop given to graduate resident assistants for the dormitories at. Recognizing Students in Distress August, 1998 Workshop presented to all graduate student assistants of. Mental Health Services Available for the Elderly
10 Robin C. Meade, Psy.D. 10 May, 1998 Presentation given to nursing home residents, their families, and the community. Suicide Assessment April, 1998 Instructed class on suicide assessment techniques to first year doctoral students. Relaxation Techniques March, 1998 Instructed class to first year doctoral students using experiential techniques. Gestalt Therapy November, 1997 Presentation to second year doctoral students in group therapy class. Improving Your Self Esteem June, 1997 Presentation to students and surrounding community. Substance Abuse April, 1997 Presentation to students and surrounding community. Anger Management PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS GIVEN (Continued) March, 1997 Presentation to students and surrounding community. Coping with Grief and Loss February, 1997 Presentation to faculty and staff. Eating Disorders February, 1996 Day-long presentation to students, faculty, staff, and community at Valencia Community College, Orlando, Florida. LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS ATTENDED July, 2010 Parenting Coordination October 3-4, 2008 Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training July 11, 2008 Breaking Down Walls: Overcoming Barriers & Obstacles in Eating Disorder Treatment March 5-9, 2008 Family Mediation Certification Training, Perry Itkin, Esq. March, 2007 Diagnosis, Etiology, and Treatment of Mental Disorders March, 2007 Alzheimer s Disease March, 2007 Obesity: Assessment, Prevention, and Treatment March, 2007 Anabolic Steroid Abuse March, 2007 Domestic Violence II: Intimate Partner Violence May, 2006 Preventing Medical Errors May, 2006 Ethics & Law in Florida Psychology February, 2006 Intensive CBT for Anxiety Disorders with Focused Attention on OCD February, 2006 Treatment of Gay & Transgendered Adolescents in Residential Psychiatric Treatment October, 2005 Deliberate Self-Harm Syndrome: A Multi-Dimensional Behavior April, 2005 Ninth Annual Conference on the Contemporary Applications of Psychological Testing Harvard Medical School Massachusetts Mental Health Center March, 2005 Bipolar Disorder: Current Research from the NIMH March, 2005 Chemical Dependency: Assessment and Treatment March, 2005 How Children Respond to Grief from Birth to Late Adolescence February, 2005 What Would you Recommend to Your Client? Clinical Applications of Domestic Violence
11 Robin C. Meade, Psy.D. 11 Research February, 2005 Anxiety Disorders: Research, Diagnosis, and Treatment February, 2005 When a Family Member is Ill- How it Affects the Rest of the Family February, 2004 Preventing Medical Errors February, 2004 Art of Treatment for Eating Disorders February 25, 2003 Sexual Abuse and Children Exposed to Family Violence Kathryn Kuchnle, Ph.D., and Tracy Ellis, Esquire Lunch With the Judges: Florida Judges Discuss Current Issues that Impact Child Welfare Law and Practice Judge O.H. Eaton, Jr.; Judge Donna L. McIntosh; George Russell, Master General February 25, 2003 Tools for Assessing Sexual Abuse Kathryn Kuchnle, Ph.D. Preparing to Testify Deborah O. Day, Psy.D. February 21, 2003 Understanding the Interconnections Between Power, Identity, and Social Isolation in Domestic Violence: Implications for Intervention Florida Psychological Association, Central Chapter Nancy Cruce, Psy.D., and Kathryn Norsworthy, Ph.D. LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS ATTENDED (Continued) September 19, 2002 September 19, 2002 October 16, 1998 Understanding Sex Offenders and the Story of Preferential Sex Offenders: Where Society Fails Jennifer Welch, Ph.D. University of Central Florida When Victims Take it Back: Understanding Recants Jennifer Welch, Ph.D. University of Central Florida Central Florida Regional Counseling Centers Meeting Florida Southern College May 24, 1998 Domestic Violence Florida Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Harvey Hester, Ed.D. May 23, 1998 Strengthening Couples Relationships: Shared History, Mutual Goals and Partnership Florida Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Blaine J. Fowers, Ph.D. May 23, 1998 Working with Gay and Lesbian Couples Florida Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Jay Asher, Ed.D. and Ann Mody Lewis, Ph.D. March 27, 1998 March 6, 1998 February 20, 1998 February 13, 1998 January 30, 1998 Patient Rights Gail Mock, Psy.D. Recognizing and Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury Arthur Patterson, Ph.D. Integrating Marital and Sex Therapy Richard Elmore, Ph.D. Forensic Issues in Psychology Wanda Bethea, Ed.D. Health/Behavioral Psychology Florida Institute of Psychology Joel Shuy, Psy.D.
12 Robin C. Meade, Psy.D. 12 January 16, 1998 Couples Counseling and HIV Timothy Short, Ph.D. January-March, 1998 Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Richard Elmore, Ph.D. 21-hour seminar November 22, 1997 Update on the WAIS-III Radikah Krishnamurthy, Psy.D. November 14, 1997 Intervention Methods with Suicidal Clients Harvey Hester, Ed.D. November 7, 1997 Treatment of Sexual Offenders Scott Whitacre, Psy.D. October 10, 1997 Treatment of Substance Abuse Joan Becker, L.M.H.C. September 19, 1997 Hypnotic Phenomenon in Psychotherapy LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS ATTENDED (Continued) April 4, 1997 March 28, 1997 February 28, 1997 January 31, 1997 January 24, 1997 January 10, 1997 December 6, 1996 November 15, 1996 October 4, 1996 September 20, 1996 May 7, 1996 Richard Elmore, Ph.D. Intervention Strategies for Dealing with the Difficult to Treat Adolescent Population Roy Lusk, Psy.D. and Susan Hertzenberg, Psy.D. Impaired Professionals Burt Podnos, M.D. The Role of the Psychologist in the Physical Rehabilitation Setting Debra Jacoby, Psy.D. Sleep Disorders David Broome, Psy.D. Psychological Trauma William Tollefson, Ph.D. Behavioral Medicine: Approaches to Psychophysiological Disorders Louis Damis, Ph.D. Criminal Psychology: The Psychologist in the Corrections Field Scott Whitacre, Psy.D. Update on Alzheimer s Treatment and Research Eugene Shepherd, M.D. 16PF Research Update Philip Farber, Ph.D. Working with the Gay and Lesbian Population Lainey Richardson, Psy.D. Clinical Assessment
13 Robin C. Meade, Psy.D. 13 Lakeside Alternatives, Maitland, Florida Sharon Burrows, Psy.D. April 18, 1996 Alternative Brief Therapies: Exploring EMDR, Hypnotherapy, and NLP in Clinical Practice National Association of Clinical Social Work Ed Reese, LCSW and Maryann Reese, LCSW December 1, 1995 Hidden Issues that Thwart Progress in Therapy Mental Health Counselors of Central Florida Denton Kurtz, M.Ed. November 3, 1994 Emotions: A Seminar for Health Professionals Institute for Cortext Research and Development Nicholas Hall, Ph.D. July 15, 1994 Body and Soul: Feminist Perspectives in the Treatment of Eating Disorders and Sexual Abuse The Renfrew Foundation Adrienne Ressler, M.A., C.S.W. June 22, 1994 Techniques of Play Therapy Osceola Mental Health, Kissimmee, Florida LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS ATTENDED (Continued) April 13, 1994 November 17, 1994 February 15&16, 1993 Nancy Boyd Webb Dissociative Disorders in Children and Adolescents Osceola Mental Health, Kissimmee, Florida John Blankemeier, M.D. Psychiatric Treatment in Children Osceola Mental Health, Kissimmee, Florida John Blankemeier, M.D. New Chairs of the Old South: Psychiatric Perspectives Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida Barry Sieger, M.D.
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