1 Bell, Stephen K. 1 Contact: CURRICULUM VITA Stephen K. Bell, Ph.D., M. Ac. Licensed Psychologist Office Address: 400 Vestavia Parkway, Suite 101 Birmingham, AL Phone (205) Fax (205) Education in psychology: June July 2002 Postdoctoral Associate, The Child Study Laboratory, Project Coordinator, The University of Florida Health Sciences Center 2001 Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Clinical Psychology, The University Memphis (APA Accredited) Dissertation: The Hopelessness Theory of Depression: A Comprehensive Test Of Its Applicability to Elementary School Children. Defended 4/ Clinical and Pediatric Psychology Internship (APA accredited): The University of Florida Health Sciences Center and Department of Psychiatry, Gainesville, FL 1998 Master of Science, Department of Clinical Psychology, The University of Memphis (APA Accredited) Thesis: Attitudes and Behavioral Intentions of Elementary School Children Toward a Peer Presented as Obese. Defended 5/ Undergraduate Psychology Concentration, Georgia State University Education prior to studies in psychology: 1991 Master of Accountancy Auburn University 1990 Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Summa Cum Laude Auburn University
2 Bell, Stephen K. 2 Professional Positions: June 2007 pres. June 2006 June 2007 Aug Apr Psychologist. Bair, Peacock, McDonald, & McMullan, P.C. Private Practice. Staff Psychologist, Wellspring Christian Clinic, Inc. Clinical Director: Al Saunders, Psy.D. (Part-time transition into private practice) Staff Child Psychologist, Children s Behavioral Health, Children s Health System/Aff. UAB. Medical Director: Laura Barefield, M.D. Service sites: Children s Behavioral Health Clinic Children s Hospital Inpatient Psychiatric Units CBH Shades Creek Clinic Children s South, Weight Management Clinic Clinical Assistant. Ridgeview Institute. Nurse Manager: Donna McGrane, R.N. Smyrna, GA Staff Auditor, Ernst & Young, Atlanta, GA Managing Partner: Michael Trapp, CPA; Senior Manager: Edwin Bennett, CPA Honors and Awards: 2007 Who s Who in America s Healthcare and Medicine 2006 Who s Who in America s Scientists and Engineers 2005 Who s Who in America Children s Health System Ambassador st Annual Psi Chi Research Competition, University of Memphis, 3 rd place th Annual Research Forum, University of Memphis, 1 st place, Behavioral Science 1999 University of Memphis Graduate Student Research Travel Award th Annual Research Forum, University of Memphis, 2 nd place, Human Sciences 1989 Philip McElroy Excellence Award, Auburn University 1989 Phi Eta Sigma, Auburn University 1988 Phi Kappa Phi, Auburn University 1988 William M. Martin Scholarship, Auburn University National Dean's List, Auburn University 1986 Dudley Award, Auburn University 1986 Kilgore Scholar Award, Auburn University 1985 Boys' State of Alabama, House of Representatives Certificates: June 2002-pres. Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Alabama Certified Public Accountant, Georgia (inactive)
3 Bell, Stephen K. 3 Professional Affiliations: American Psychological Association Division 53 (Clinical Child Psychology) Alabama Psychological Association Ethics Committee , Chair 2007 Association for Licensed Psychologists in Alabama RxP Committee ; Public Education Committee Birmingham Regional Association of Licensed Psychologists President Manuscripts/Publications: Publications: Modi, A.C., Loux, T., Harmon, C.M., Inge, T.H., & Zeller, M.H. (in press). Weight-specific health-related quality of life in adolescents with extreme obesity. Obesity. Geffken, G.R., Williams, L., Silverstein, J., Monaco, L., Rayfield, A., & Bell, S. (in press). Metabolic control and nocturnal enuresis in youngsters with Type I Diabetes. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. Kolotkin, R.L., Zeller, M., Modi, A., Samsa, G.P., Polanichka, N., Yanovski, J., Bell, S.K., Maahs, D., Gonzales de Serna, D., Roehrig, H.R. (2006). Assessing weight related quality of life in adolescents. Obesity, 13, Bell, S.K. (2005). Prescriptive authority for psychologist: An update on the national and state agendas. The Alabama Psychological Association Newsletter, 1, 6. Bell, S.K., Boggs, S.R., & Eyberg, S.M. (2003). Positive Attention. In W. O Donohue, J. Fisher, & S. Hayes (Eds.) Empirically Supported Techniques of Cognitive Behavior: A Step-By-Step Guide for Clinicians, Bell, S.K. & Eyberg, S.M. (2002). Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: A dyadic intervention for the treatment of young children with conduct problems. In L.Vandecreek (Ed.) Innovations in Clinical Practice: A Source Book, 20, Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press. Neary, E.M., Harwood, M. Bell, S.K., & Eyberg, S.M. (2002). The influence of phases of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy on attachment. Abstracts from the Graduate and Professional Forum, 73. Gainesville, FL: The University of Florida.
4 Bell, Stephen K. 4 Campbell, J.M., Bell, S.K., & Keith, L. (2001). Concurrent validity of the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, Third Edition as an intelligence and achievement screener with low-ses African-American children. Assessment, 8, Bell, S.K. & Morgan, S.B. (2000). Attitudes and behavioral intentions toward a child presented as obese: Does medical information make a difference? Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 25, Bell, S.K., Coleman, J.K., Anderson, A., Whelan, J.P., & Wilder, C. (2000). The effectiveness of peer mediation in a low-ses rural elementary school. Psychology in the Schools, 37, Bell, S.K. (2000). A comprehensive review of the Test of Language Development Primary, Third Edition. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 18, Manuscripts currently under editorial review: George, L., Benvenuti, S., Bell, S.K. (2008). Relationship between weight status and psychological symptoms in average, overweight, and extremely overweight adolescents. Unpublished Research Instrument: Morgan, S.B., Walker, M. A., Beberich, A. & Bell, S.K. (1998). The Shared Activities Questionnaire-Revised. Unpublished measure, The University of Memphis. Professional Presentations: Paper Presentations: Bell, S.K. (June 2008). Weight Management and Gastric Bypass Surgery for Teens. Alabama Psychological Association Summer Convention. Ft. Walton Beach, FL. Bell, S.K. & Austin, H. (June 2007). Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: New Directions and Diverse Populations. Alabama Psychological Association Summer Convention. Ft. Walton Beach, FL. Ackerson, J., Bell, S. K., Maple, T. (November 2006). Protecting your practice and the profession: Legal and ethical implications around release of test data. Alabama Psychological Association Fall Convention. Birmingham, AL. Alverson-Eiland, L., Vance, G., & Bell, S.K. (June 2006). Panel discussion: Prescription privileges for psychologists. Alabama Psychological Association Summer Convention. Ft. Walton, FL.
5 Bell, Stephen K. 5 George, L., Benvenuti, S., Bell, S.K. (April 2006). Are there differences in clinical depression between average weight, overweight, and extremely overweight adolescents? University of Alabama System Honors Research Forum. Tuscaloosa, AL. Rayfield, A. D. & Bell, S.K. (June 2004). Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. Alabama Psychological Association. Ft. Walton, FL. Bell, S.K. (November 2002). From Efficacy to Effectiveness: Applications of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy in Clinical Practice. Invited Address to Chi Sigma Iota Honor Society. Birmingham, AL. Bell, S.K. (June 2002). Cochlear Implantation (CI): Pre-Implant Psychological Evaluation. Conference on Cochlear Implants and Children: Technology, Candidacy, and Therapy. The University of Florida. Gainesville, FL. Bell, S.K. (March 2000). Evaluation of a peer mediation intervention in a low-ses rural elementary school: Process and Outcome. The University of Memphis 12 th Annual Midsouth Research Forum. Memphis, TN. Bell, S.K. & Murphy, L. O. (October 1999). The Stanford-Binet, Fourth Edition with preschool and primary children with developmental delays: Concurrent validity with multiple measures. Tennessee Association for the Education of Young Children. Memphis, TN. Bell, S. K. (September 1999). Alternative treatments for autism: Claims and controversy. Interdisciplinary Leadership Training Conference, UT- Memphis Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities. Via compressed video: Memphis, Martin, Jackson, Johnson City, Nashville, Knoxville, and Chattanooga, TN. Bell, S. K., Campbell, J. M., & Shairer, K. (September 1998). Applying research to clinical services. Interdisciplinary Leadership Training Conference, UT- Memphis Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities. Memphis, TN. Wilson, P.L, Wells, P.D., Bell, S.K., & Coleman, J. K. (November 1998). Prevention of conflict and violence in the schools through peer mediation and conflict resolution. The Midsouth Conference on Psychology in the Schools. Tunica, MS. Bell, S. K. (April 1998). Responses of elementary school children toward a peer presented as obese. The University of Memphis 10 th Annual Midsouth Research Forum. Memphis, TN.
6 Bell, Stephen K. 6 Clinical and Academic Workshops/Seminars: Bell, S.K. (March 2009). The utility of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy as an adjunct to other rehabilitative services. Invited address to the Alabama Department of Rehabilitative Services. Birmingham, AL. Bell, S.K. (February 2008). Early intervention: The role of PCIT in addressing behavior that may present barrier to treatment. Early Intervention of Alabama. Homewood, AL. George, L., Bell, S.K., & Benvenuti, S. (February 2006). Kid Fears. Continuing Education workshop presented through Childcare Resources. Birmingham, AL. Bell, S.K. & Daniels-Mulholland, R.A. (January 2006). Parent training to prepare children to receive early intervention services: An empirically supported approach. Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services. Birmingham, AL. Bell, S.K. (August 2005). On the role of accountability and forgiveness with disruptive behavior disorders. Workshop presented through Childcare Resources. Birmingham, AL. Bell, S.K. (August 2005). Managing early childhood interactions in the classroom through the techniques of PCIT. Workshop presented through Childcare Resources. Birmingham, AL. Bell, S.K., Daniels-Mulholland, R.A., Benvenuti,, S.K., Oldham, D., & Kelly, F. (2006). Disruptive behavior disorders: Management and of home and school needs. Invited address to Serhaj House faculty and staff. Homewood, AL. Alverson, L., Bell, S.K., Tocci, N., Bray, R., McGrath, R, & Bolter, J. (February 2005). Prescriptive authority for psychologists: Winter meeting update. Workshop hosted by ALPA. Montgomery, AL. Bell, S.K., Cantalupo, C., Wells, P.D., Eddy, D., & Blitstein, J. (October 1999). Appropriate undergraduate preparation for research, academic, and clinical careers in psychology. Workshop presented to Christian Brothers University. Memphis, TN. Bell, S.K., Blitstein, J., Cantalupo, C. & Wilson, P. L. (October 1998). Graduate training in clinical psychology: From application to internship. Workshop presented Christian Brothers University. Memphis, TN. Coleman, J.K., Bell, S.K., Gaylord, N. A., Hundley, R., Avant, A. C., & Whelan, J.P. (September 1998). The classroom coping skills (CCS) Intervention: Integration with current behavioral strategies. Seminar presented to Fayette County School System. Somerville, TN.
7 Bell, Stephen K. 7 Bell, S.K., Coleman, J., & Wilson, P. (September 1997). Peer Mediation and Conflict Resolution. Seminar presented to Fayette County School System. Oakland, TN. Palmer, K. & Bell, S. K. (March 1996). Comprehensive Accident Rapid Evaluation (CARE). Workshop presented to Tennessee state traffic officials on use of accident analysis and intervention software. Nashville, TN. Poster Presentations: George, L.L., Benvenuti, S., Bell, S.K. (November 2006). Obesity and psychological functioning in adolescents. Alabama Psychological Association. Birmingham, AL. Zeller, M.H., Modi, A.C., Loux, T.J., Bell, S.K., Roehrig, H., Harmon, C.M., & Inge, T.H. (June 2005). Health-related Quality of Life in Adolescent Extreme Obesity. The North American Association for the Study of Obesity Annual Convention. Neary, E.M., Harwood, M. Bell, S.K., & Eyberg, S.M. (April 2002). The influence of phases of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy on attachment. 2 nd Annual PCIT Conference. Sacramento, CA. Perez, J., Adams, R.W., Bell, S.K., Eyberg, S.M., & Garazella, L. (April 2002). Trajectories of behavior change during the two phases of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. 2 nd Annual PCIT Conference. Sacramento, CA. Bell, S.K., Geffken, G.R., Monaco, L., Rayfield, A., & Silverstein, J. (May 2001). Metabolic control and nocturnal enuresis in children with Type I Diabetes Mellitus. 12 th Annual Florida Conference on Child Health Psychology. Gainesville, FL. Bell, S.K. (April, 2000). The effectiveness of peer mediation in a low-ses rural elementary school. Psi Chi Invited Poster Conference. Memphis, TN. Murphy, L. O., Todd, J., & Bell, S.K. (May 1999). WISC-III re-evaluations: Comparison of MR and LD scores. American Association on Mental Retardation. New Orleans, LA. Bell, S.K. & Morgan, S.B. (April 1999). The impact of medical information on children s responses to overweight peers. 10 th Annual Florida Conference on Child Health Psychology. Gainesville, FL. Campbell, J.M., Bell, S.K., & Keith, L. (August 1998). The Validity of the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, Third Edition (PPVT-III) as a Screener for Low SES African American Children. American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.
8 Bell, Stephen K. 8 Community Education: Reviews and Workshops: Bell, S.K. (November 2006). Children s Mental Health: On being a psychologically savvy parent. South Highland Presbyterian Church. Birmingham, AL. Benvenuti, S. & Bell, S.K. (May 2006). Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Clinical Issues and Intervention. Alabama Foster Care and Adoption Foundation. Hoover, AL. Benvenuti, S., Daniels-Mulholland, R.A., & Bell, S.K. (November 2005). Reaching Your Goals: Effective Discipline With School-Aged Children. Jefferson County School System. Center Point, AL. Austin, H., George, L., Bell, S.K. (August 2005). The I m Just Like You Project, Inc: Invited address to the Jefferson County Board of Education. Birmingham, AL. Bell, S.K. (June 2005). ADHD: An update on diagnosis and treatment. Invited address to the Birmingham City School System Administration. Birmingham, AL. Bell, S. K. (March 2005). Behavioral and academic management for elementary education: Successful partnership between parents and teachers. Center Point Elementary. Center Point, AL. Bell, S.K. (July 2004). Helping foster children overcome unique behavioral and emotional challenges through appropriate parent-child interaction. Program presented to DHR/Foster Care Service. Birmingham, AL. Bell, S.K. (October 2003). To spank or not to spank: That is not the question. Powderly Church of Christ: Octoberfest Second Annual Community Outreach Program. Birmingham, AL. Bell, S.K. (November 2002). ADHD: Assessment and treatment. Workshop presented to faculty of Meadow Valley Elementary School. Calera, AL. Bell, S.K. (October 2002). Early parent-child interactions. Powderly Church of Christ: Octoberfest First Annual Community Outreach Program. Birmingham, AL. Bell, S. K. (May 1997) Magic: Is there really magic in there? Empirical review of behavioral strategies offered in Phelan s (1995) Magic, Memphis Junior League. Newspaper Article: Bell, S.K. (2004). Series of feature articles on various child psychology topics. Bi-monthly publication. The Trussville News. Trussville, AL.
9 Bell, Stephen K. 9 Teaching: Thesis Chair and extended research supervision, Department of Psychology, University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). Ost Award student Clinical Supervisor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Guest Lecturer, Health Psychology (graduate), University of Florida Health Sciences Center 2000 Graduate Instructor, General Psychology, University of Memphis, Carrier Center Campus Graduate Instructor, Three semesters, Abnormal Psychology, University of Memphis Guest Lecturer, Clinical Applications in Psychology (undergraduate), Abnormal Psychology, Child Psychology, 12 lectures, University of Memphis Teaching Seminar, Two semester peer reviewed lecture series, University of Memphis Teaching Assistant, Clinical Assessment of Children (graduate), Abnormal Psychology, University of Memphis Editorial Services/Ad Hoc Reviewer: 2005-present Editorial staff, Alabama Psychological Association Newsletter Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry Journal of Pediatric Psychology Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders Consultation: Healthier Weigh, Adolescent weight management program, UAB 1998 Performance Associates. Shelby County Fire Department Professional Service and Boards: Alabama Board of Examiners in Psychology Steering Committee, Heads Up Alabama Alabama Psychological Association Executive Council 2005 Board of Directors, Project I m Just Like You /Aff. Alabama Epilepsy Foundation 2002 Steering Committee for 8 th Annual Florida Conference on Child Health 2001 Faculty Forum, Internship Representative, University of Florida Clinical Student Representative to Child and Family Research Area, University of Memphis Child-Family Research Area Student Representative, University of Memphis Graduate Student Coordinating Committee, The University of Memphis, Treasurer ( )/Vice-President ( ).
10 Bell, Stephen K. 10 Community Volunteer Service: 2008-pres Children s Moment Ministry, First United Methodist Church at Trussville 2007 Representative to Annual Conference, United Methodist Cheaha District Children s Ministries Board, Chair, First Methodist Church at Trussville Higher Education Liaison, First Methodist Church at Trussville Executive Council, First Methodist Church at Trussville Early warning panel, Mountain Brook School System 2003 Crisis response, Powderly Church of Christ 2001 Craniofacial family camp, University of Florida Concord Academy, Boys social skills focus groups 1999 Camp Good Grief, Child grief camp with Hospice of Memphis 1999 Panelist for Psi Chi graduate forum, University of Memphis St. Jude Children s Research Hospital, Bone Marrow Transplantation Unit
11 Bell, Stephen K. 11 References: Sam B. Morgan, Ph. D. Neil E. Aronov, Ph. D. Professor/Child Clinical Psychology Associates in Psychology and Psychiatry Major Professor 5170 Sanderline Lane Department of Psychology Suite 204 The University of Memphis Memphis, TN Memphis, TN (901) (901) Bruce Bracken, Ph. D. Sean Phipps, Ph. D. School of Education St. Jude Children s Research Hospital The College of William & Mary 501 St Jude Place P.O Box 8795 Memphis, TN Williamsburg, VA (901) (757) David B. Goldstein, Ph. D. James P. Whelan, Ph.D Psychologist HSP Director of Clinical Training Mind Steps Department of Psychology 328 East Poplar View Lane The University of Memphis Collierville, TN Memphis, TN (901) or (901) Laura O. Murphy, Ed.D. Janet Todd J.D., Ph.D. Chief of Department of Psychology Psychologist - HSP Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities University of Tennessee at Memphis University of Tennessee at Memphis 711 Jefferson Avenue 711 Jefferson Avenue Memphis, TN Memphis, TN (901) (901) Gary Geffken, Ph. D. Sheila Eyberg, Ph.D., ABPP Clinical Director, Children s Mental Health Unit Professor Department of Psychiatry The University of Florida HSC The University of Florida - HSC P.O. Box Gainesville, FL Gainesville, FL (352) (352) Arista Rayfield, Ph.D. Laura Barefield, M.D. Staff Psychologist Medical Director Children s Health Systems Children's Health Systems th Avenue South, Suite th Avenue South, Suite 500 Birmingham, AL Birmingham, AL (205) (205) Al Saunders, Psy.D. Renee Peacock, Ph.D. Wellspring Christian Clinic Director 400 Vestavia Parkway, Suite Blue Lake Drive Birmingham, AL Birmingham, AL (205) ( )
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