1 M a t t h e w B e n n e t t P a g e 1 Addendum B1.1 Matthew D. Bennett EDUCATIONAL HISTORY 1033 W Micheltorena St Santa Barbara, CA (805) Georgia School of Professional Psychology, Atlanta, Georgia Degrees: Psy.D. Clinical Psychology October 2000 M.A. Clinical Psychology July 1997 Dissertation: Doctoral Dissertation (Clinical Research Project): Theoretical convergence between cognitive schema and analytical archetypes. Defended June John Dsurney, Ph.D., Dissertation Chair. Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia 9/1989-6/1991 Psychology Degree: B.A. University of Glasgow, Scotland (Sophomore Year Abroad) 9/1988-6/1989 Psychology University of Miami, Miami, Florida 9/1987-6/1989 Psychology-Biology PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS Director of Clinical Training Associate Chair Core Faculty Pacifica Graduate Institute Carpinteria, CA 1/09 Present As Associate Chair, responsible for many aspects of administrative functioning of the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, including accreditation documents, curriculum planning, admissions activities, educational outcome assessment, and directing staff operations. As Director of Clinical Training, design and implement external clinical training requirements, as well as develop and maintain relationships with training agencies. Set and monitor standards for clinical training, including program outcome assessment. As core faculty, develop and provide doctoral level coursework in psychopathology, psychological assessment, theories of psychotherapy, and other course content, including lesson planning, grading, and other forms of studnt feedback and instruction.
2 M a t t h e w B e n n e t t P a g e 2 Adjunct Faculty Antioch University Santa Barbara, CA 4/09 - Present Adjunct faculty instructor for doctoral programs in clinical psychology, including courses in Advanced Psychopathology, Introduction to Statistical Analysis, and Practicum Seminar. Private Practice Psychologist Ventura, CA and Santa Barbara, CA 3/07 - Present Maintain private fee-for-service practice in Ventura and Santa Barbara, California, offering shortand long-term individual and group psychotherapy. Theoretical orientation with Jungian/analytical, object-relational and postmodern influences. Clinic Administrator III Ventura County Behavioral Health, Ventura, CA Santa Paula Adult Outpatient Clinic 2/06 9/07 Older Adults Mobile Services Clinic 9/07 2/09 Supervisor for adult outpatient mental health clinics. Responsible for interviewing, hiring, termination, and discipline of multidisciplinary treatment team. Responsible for program development and a 1.7 million dollar budget for an Older Adults Mobile Services team based on a grant from California Department of Mental Health. Design and compose policies and procedures, Memorandums of Understanding with partnering agencies and stakeholders. Establish and monitor outcome measures for the program. Director of Mental Health 9/02 1/06 First Step Recovery and Wellness Center, Lincoln, NE Oversight and supervision of the mental health practitioners making up a large dual-diagnosis outpatient treatment facility. Supervisees range from psychologists to Licensed Mental Health Providers (LMHP) to substance abuse counselors. Also responsible for program development, marketing, and oversight of the mental health budget. Ongoing clinical practice including assessment and psychotherapeutic treatment of adults and adolescents; specializing in psychological testing, including forensic assessments, personality disorders, and substance abuse. Conduct clinical consultation, especially for substance abuse and forensic contexts. Liaise with state workers in probations and parole, Child Protective Services, and Health and Human Services. Integrated Assessment Supervisor Child Guidance Center, Lincoln, NE 9/04 present As a clinical consultant, direct and integrate a multidisciplinary team engaged in forensic assessments for the Nebraska Office of Juvenile Services. Supervise and integrate clinical findings for a clinical assessment team including a substance abuse counselor, social worker, psychiatrist, and psychometrist. Liaise with state office of juvenile services to ensure clinically indicated placements and treatment plans.
3 M a t t h e w B e n n e t t P a g e 3 Research and Development Coordinator 7/00 7/02 CRC Healthcare Inc, San Jose, CA Lead, direct, and maintain research/development projects for an internet-based, online chemical dependency treatment facility. Duties include clinical program development and research study design and application, planning and executing research vision for the organization, grant writing, acting as liaison for external IRB, and serving as principle investigator for efficacy studies. Supervise clinical and research staff. Pre-Doctoral Intern 7/99-7/00 San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health, San Bernardino, CA As doctoral intern, provide full range of psychological services at a dual-diagnosis community mental health center, including psychotherapy and counseling, psychological assessment, case management, and resource referral, for adults, adolescents, and children. Perform inpatient intake procedures, including psycho-social intake evaluation and clinical interviews at a short-term acute inpatient psychiatric unit. TEACHING / SUPERVISING EXPERIENCE Adjunct Faculty Lecturer Pacifica Graduate Institute Carpinteria, CA Antioch University Santa Barbara, CA 1/09 - Present 4/09 - Present Adjunct faculty instructor for doctoral programs in clinical psychology, including courses in Advanced Psychopathology, Introduction to Statistical Analysis, and Practicum Seminar. Director of Training Ventura County Behavioral Health, Ventura, CA 11/07- present Founding member of Ventura County s pre-doctoral internship program, currently in application for CAPIC approval, to start Fall Responsible for design of the training year, including didactic content, intern rotations, policies and procedures, and intern rating mechanisms. Private Practice Supervisor Private Practice, Ventura, CA 9/07- present Supervise registered psychology assistants and MFT interns in a private practice in Ventura, California. Teaching Assistant 9/97 6/99 Georgia School of Professional Psychology, Atlanta, Georgia Led seminars and taught classes in Psychodynamic Theories and Therapy Clinical Interview, Personality Assessment I (Objective Personality Assessment) and Personality Assessment II (Projective Personality Assessment / Rorschach). Led in-situ trainings for projective personality assessment administration and clinical interview classes.
4 M a t t h e w B e n n e t t P a g e 4 Guest Teacher 10/94 7/95 Ransom Everglades Academy, Miami, FL Served as substitute teacher for grades 5 and up, also served as long-term guest teacher for advanced English Composition class for grade 12, in a private preparatory school in Miami. Education Sector Volunteer 8/91-8/94 United States Peace Corps, Poland Taught high-school level English as a Second Language (ESL) at a Polish secondary school (lyceum). Designed lesson plans, administered tests, assigned grading. Secondary projects included education reform, student activities, and United Nations simulation program. Initiated and directed Ministry of Education secondary-level education reform project. Founded Eastern European Model United Nations Program. Designed and implemented computerized student registration system Other lectures and presentations given: Psychodynamic Personality Diagnosis: CEU-credit seminar for Ventura County Behavioral Health, Summer Mental Status Examinations in Clinical Practice: lecture given to graduate classes at University of California, Channel Islands, Spring Theories and Practice in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: lecture given to undergraduate psychology classes at University of Nebraska / Lincoln, Fall Sex Offender Assessment and Treatment: lecture given to undergraduate psychology classes at University of Nebraska / Lincoln, Spring Mental representations: Theoretical convergence between analytical archetypes and cognitive schema. Poster session presented at the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, August, OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Publications: Bennett, M. (2007). Return to Freedom and Dignity: Towards an Integrative Analytical Psychology. Unpublished manuscript in submission process, ca. 350 pages. Bennett, M. (2002, August). Mental representations: Theoretical convergence between analytical archetypes and cognitive schema. Poster session presented at the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL. Bennett, M.D., and Ferensztajn, B. (1993). Projekt Reformu w Liceum Ogolnoksztalcace II w Gorzowie Wlkp (Secondary School Reform Design at Liceum II in Gorzow Wlkp, Poland). Warsaw: Ministry of Education Press.
5 M a t t h e w B e n n e t t P a g e 5 Grants: Principal Investigator, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Referral Training for Faith Based Organizations., $12,000, Nebraska Hands (NebHands), University of Nebraska. Principal Investigator, Internet-based psychoeducational anti-drug program for adolescents, $94,000, National Institutes of Health (NIH). Principal Investigator, Educational Reform Program at Liceum II in Gorzow Wlkp, Poland, $10,000, United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Professional Activities: Elder Law Council, Ventura Superior Court, 2007 present. Ventura County Mental Health Board, Older Adult Committee, 2007 present. Rapid Response Team, Ventura County Adult Protective Services, 2007 present. President, Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, 2012