1 Curriculum Vitae of JAMIE B. LICHSTEIN, Psy.D. Ohio License #5968 CONTACT INFORMATION Weinstein & Associates, Inc Chagrin Blvd., Suite 400 Beachwood, Oh I. EDUCATION 9/94-6/99 Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology Nova Southeastern University, Comprehensive Examination passed September 29, 1997 Directed Study Advisor: William J. Burns, Ph.D. 9/94-12/95 Master of Science Degree (M.S.) in Clinical Psychology Nova Southeastern University, 8/90-6/94 Bachelor of Arts Degree (B.A) in Psychology and Business, with Honors and Distinction The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 8/92-12/92 Overseas Student Program Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel Coursework in Psychology, Business, and Middle-Eastern Culture II. ACADEMIC HONORS The Ohio State University - Graduation with Distinction in Psychology, Cum Laude Psi Chi Honorary Society, 1992 Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society Dean s List III. PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS American Psychological Association, present IV. PROFESSIONAL WORK HISTORY 05/04 - present Licensed Clinical Psychologist Weinstein & Associates, Ph.D., Beachwood, Ohio Work in a group practice as a staff psychologist providing outpatient psychotherapy and evaluations to adults. Primarily work with adults who have sustained physical injuries and then subsequent psychological impairments and typically chronic pain. Implement individual psychological therapy and pain management techniques to address chronic problems, with the goals being to obtain the highest level of functioning possible. Significant experience working closely with physicians, attorneys, and with facilitating appropriate referrals (e.g. voc-rehab programs).
2 Page 2 of 6 10/03-3/04 Consultant/Psychologist PsiBase Consulting, LLC, Cleveland, Ohio Performed industrial / organizational evaluations and assessments for corporate applicants. Analyzed test data and wrote reports to assist various companies in the selection, recruitment, and development of workers. Gained skills in corporate psychology assessment, interviewing, and report writing. 10/01 9/03 Licensed Clinical Psychologist Transitions Program, Seven Counties Services, Inc, Louisville, Kentucky Worked as a staff psychologist in a community mental health outpatient specialty program focusing on abuse and trauma. Provided individual, family, and group therapy with clients from age five through older adult. Treatment focused on offender and victim issues, as well as case management and consultation. Supervised doctoral and masters-level students. Presented case studies at weekly interdisciplinary treatment team meetings. 10/01 9/03 Licensed Clinical Psychologist Edelson and Associates, Louisville, Kentucky Conducted cognitive-behavioral and supportive psychotherapy to a range of clientele in a private practice office. Populations treated included children, adolescents, and adults by means of individual, couples and family therapy. 1/01-8/01 Licensed Clinical Psychologist Broward Psychological Associates, Provided individual, marital, and couples therapy in group private practice. Conditions treated included depression, anxiety, substance abuse, domestic violence, and psycho-educational assessment. 12/00-9/01 Director Alliance for Healthy Communities, Nova Southeastern University Fischler Graduate School of Education & Human Services, North Miami Beach, Florida Established new partnerships and contracts to build the Alliance for Healthy Communities. Provided psychological consultations to NSU s medical Family Practice Program. Co-led a research grant project within the Fischler Graduate School of Education and Human Services and other university departments. Provided direct clinical work to potential applicants and clients of the Alliance for Healthy Communities. Supervised graduate students in psychology, law, and audiology / speech-language who served as mentors in an Alliance project in local schools. Coordinated and delivered violence prevention education and trainings within schools and communities 12/00-7/01 Supervising Psychologist One-Stop Program, Conte Facility, Broward County Jail, Conducted group therapy and assessments for men presenting with domestic violence and substance abuse histories. Group therapy modality was cognitive behavioral. Participants worked towards developing realistic and safe goals for discharge as well as to improve their attitudes and beliefs about men and women. The groups and assessments were co-facilitated by doctoral students from Nova Southeastern University. Supervision was provided weekly. 12/99-8/01 Adjunct Faculty Center for Psychological Studies, Nova Southeastern University, Taught masters-level classes in the Mental Health Counseling Program. Courses taught were Human Growth and Development, Counseling Theories and Interventions, Adult and Child Psychopathology.
3 Page 3 of 6 9/99-11/00 Assistant Director Alliance for Healthy Communities, Nova Southeastern University, Fischler Graduate School of Education & Human Services, North Miami Beach, Florida Administrative responsibilities within the Fischler Graduate School included developing community and university relationships fostering new partnerships, providing administrative oversight to contracts within the Broward County School system, strengthening relationships between university clinics, initiating comprehensive health care services to patients receiving one service at NSU, and organizing / hosting university-wide health fairs and trainings. The primary goal of the Alliance for Healthy Communities was to enhance health care services for children, families and the community by providing comprehensive care within the university system. 8/94-4/97 Program Manager Office of Employee Relations, NSU Center for Psychological Studies Assisted the Director of Employee Relations in managing student, faculty, and professional staff. Coordinated student employment within the center, as well as assisted students with job placement in the community. Managed the Employee Assistance Program at NSU. Supervisor: Nancy G. Varner, M.S. V. GRADUATE SCHOOL WORK HISTORY 5/97-8/98 Program Coordinator Guided Self-Change Clinic, Nova Southeastern Community Mental Health Center Coordinated daily functions and operations of substance abuse clinic. Responsibilities included initial screenings of clients for appropriateness for clinic services, provided consultation on case management and crisis intervention to practicum students, coordinated scheduling of practicum student hours, clinic staff, and training events, conducted health record audits and prepared quality assurance reports, community outreach to familiarize individuals of clinic services and arranged referrals to the clinic. Additionally, served as liaison with other CMHC programs regarding the management of reciprocal referrals of clients, prepared drafts of clinic policy and procedure documents, and prepared and maintained program materials and client charts. Worked closely with program directors to ensure quality services were provided to all clients. Gained additional experience working with adolescents and adults (ranging in age from 18-70) who had substance abuse disorders. Co-facilitated therapy group for significant others. Supervisors: Linda C. Sobell, Ph.D., ABPP, Co-Director of Guided Self-Change Clinic Mark B. Sobell, Ph.D., ABPP, Co-Director of Guided Self-Change Clinic 1/98-4/98 Teaching Assistant Nova Southeastern University, Assisted first year Ph.D. and Psy.D. students with learning how to perform diagnostic clinical interviews, including mental status examinations. Instruction included procedure and format for writing intake evaluations. Supervisor: Frank De Piano, Ph.D. 11/97 Student Coordinator Supply and Demand: Training and Employment Opportunities in Professional Psychology, A Multi-organizational Planning Conference, Orlando, Florida Assisted the conference steering committee in handling meeting logistics and provided administrative assistance to the working group chairs. Opportunity to participate in several discussions.
4 Page 4 of 6 10/97-4/98 Student Representative Clinic Planning and Oversight Committee, NSU Community Mental Health Center One of two students selected to participate in a task force designed to work on issues facing the Community Mental Health Center. Opportunity to represent concerns of the student body involving clinical service, health records, program advertisement, and community outreach. 1/97-4/97 Teaching Assistant Nova Southeastern University, Assisted in the instruction and management of coursework for the doctoral course in Objective Personality Assessment. Trained students in objective psychological assessment, and integration of test results and clinical data. Supervisor: Charles Golden, Ph.D., ABPP 5/97-8/98 Editorial Assistant Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, Nova Southeastern University Assisted editors in evaluation of manuscripts. Responsible for daily operation and management of all journal activities. Primary contact for authors, editorial review boards, publisher, and copy editors. Supervisors: Vincent B. Van Hasselt, Ph.D. (Co-Editor), Frank De Piano, Ph.D. (Co-Editor) 5/97-8/98 Editorial Assistant Psychotherapy in Private Practice Journal, Nova Southeastern University Assisted editor in evaluation of manuscripts. Responsibilities consisted of daily operation and management of all journal activities. Served as primary contact for authors, editorial review boards, publisher, and copy editors. Served as the Book Review Editor for the Journal. Supervisor: Frank De Piano, Ph.D. (Editor) VI. TRAINING HISTORY 9/99-12/00 Psychology Resident Nova Southeastern University, Fischler Graduate School of Education & Human Services, While working administratively at the FGSE&HS, simultaneously worked on achieving licensure as a clinical psychologist. Responsibilities included facilitating men s groups in the Conte Facility (focusing on substance abuse and domestic violence), providing counseling services to patients being treated for a clinical diagnosis in the clinics for audiology and speech-language, actively assisting the primary care physicians in the NSU-HPD Family Practice with psychological consultations, working on community projects in schools and boys and girls clubs related to violence prevention. Supervisor: Linda C. Sobell, Ph.D., ABPP
5 Page 5 of 6 9/98-9/99 Psychology Intern D.C. Commission on Mental Health Services, APA Accredited Internship in Clinical Psychology, Washington, D.C. Major placement in a CMHC consisted of outpatient psychotherapy with children, adolescents, and families, and psycho-educational evaluations of outpatient children. Participated in school-based program involving individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and classroom consultation in an elementary school. Two minor placements included (1) participation in ADHD clinic that included assessments of children for ADHD and conducted psychoeducational groups for children and parents regarding ADHD, (2) conducted forensic assessments of children and adolescents referred to the Youth Forensic Unit by the Court. Supervisors: Richard Gontang, Ph.D., Allison Lanum, Psy.D., C. David Missar, Ph.D. 8/97-4/98 Elective Practicum Therapist Interpersonal Violence Program, Nova Southeastern University Community Mental Health Center, Provided outpatient psychotherapy to male and female victims of domestic abuse as well as child witnesses of interparental violence. Conducted group therapy with male perpetrators of domestic violence. Performed semi-structured interviews to assess symptoms and make differential diagnoses. Administered and interpreted various self-report measures throughout course of treatment. Developed treatment plans and provided crisis intervention. Worked in a multidisciplinary treatment team. Primary theoretical orientation was cognitive-behavioral. Supervision was provided weekly in group format (1.5 hours) and in individual format as needed. Supervisor: Vincent B. Van Hasselt, Ph.D., Program Director 8/96-7/97 Practicum Therapist Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service, Boca Raton, Florida Provided brief and long-term outpatient therapy for seniors, adults, adolescents, and children, as well as marital and family therapy. Treatment modalities included play, cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, family systems interpersonal/humanistic. Performed intake evaluations and psychological assessments, which included structured clinical interviews and psychological instruments. Population treated included children, adolescents, adults (ranging in age from 22-65), couples, and families. Experience working with various disorders. Co-facilitated an adult psychotherapy group for men and women. Attended weekly clinical seminars and staff meetings. Individual supervision for one hour weekly and group supervision for two hours weekly. Supervisors: Rona Bernstein, Psy.D., Alan Katell, Ph.D. 8/96-5/97 Volunteer Practicum Therapist Program for Severely Emotionally Disturbed Patients, Nova Southeastern University Community Mental Health Center, Outpatient based treatment for individuals with severe emotional difficulties. Treatment modalities included family and individual therapy with children, adolescents, and adults. Supervisor: Jan Faust, Ph.D., Program Director 10/96-5/97 Student Therapist Advanced Training in Family Therapy; Seminar in Systemic Family Therapy West Palm Beach, Florida Instruction and supervision of cases using the Brief Systemic model. Experience and knowledge gained in assessment, diagnosis and treatment. Case presentations as well as live supervision. Supervisor: Joel S. Bergman, Ph.D.
6 Page 6 of 6 9/95-7/96 Practicum Therapist General Child and Adolescent Outpatient Program, Nova Southeastern University Community Mental Health Center, Outpatient based assessment and therapy with children and adolescents with various diagnoses. Responsibilities included comprehensive diagnostic assessment and both short-term and long-term therapy with children and adolescents suffering from affective and behavioral disorders. Provided treatment of child victims of physical and sexual abuse. Treatment modalities consisted of individual, couples, and family therapy. Additional responsibilities included crisis management, suicide assessment, and weekly conferences consisting of case presentations. Part of a multidisciplinary treatment team. Additional experience working with couples. Supervisor: Pamela Hall, Psy.D., Program Director 9/94-5/95 Psychology Trainee Nova Southeastern University Community Mental Health Center Assisted Intake Coordinator in providing initial contact screening to all clients of the Community Mental Health Center seeking outpatient treatment. Gained experience in identifying core pathology and making appropriate referrals to specialty treatment programs. Supervisor: Eric Roth, M.S. VII. RESEARCH / CONFERENCE PRESENTATION EXPERIENCE 8/96-11/97 Directed Study: Research Nova Southeastern University, Broward General Hospital, Research examined the psychological effects of head injuries as well as unexpected illnesses and other accidental injuries on children ages Specifically, the research identified the presence of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in children who have sustained head injuries as compared to children with other accidental injuries or unexpected illnesses. Assessment included a series of questionnaires and a structured clinical interview (DISC IV) at the time of hospitalization. Post-test measures were given one month after hospitalization. Supervisor: William J. Burns, Ph.D. May, 1995 Yost, J.H., Lichstein, J., Poehlmann, K., & Arkin, R.M. (May, 1995). Effort and overachievement: Strategic withdrawal and expenditure. Presented at the 1995 Conference of the Midwest Psychological Association, Chicago. 9/93-6/94 Undergraduate Senior Honors Thesis in Social Psychology The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio Designed and implemented a study looking at the causes and consequences of overachievement behaviors. The research involved administering several scales and measures to 100 undergraduate students. Upon completion of data collection and analysis, conclusions were written as a thesis, entitled, An Attributional Model of Overachievement. Findings provided implications that behavioral, cognitive, and affective perception of a task viewed as important yields to overachievement behaviors. Supervisors: Robert Arkin, Ph.D., John Yost, Ph.D. 1/92-1/93 Undergraduate Independent Study The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio Independent research in Developmental Psychology. Tested the differences in developmental abilities (e.g., conservation, assimilation) in elementary school children. Involved visiting elementary schools in the area to administer questionnaires. Assisted in data entry and analysis of results. Supervisor: Gerald Winer, Ph.D.
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