1 STEVEN ELLIOT REISLER, Psy.D., PA Licensed Psychologist, PY W. Atlantic Ave., Suite 408 Delray Beach, FL Telephone: EDUCATION Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D), Clinical Psychology Nova Southeastern University (APA Accredited) Directed Study: Perceived burden and coping strategies employed by in-home family caregivers of Alzheimer s patients Academic Advisor: John E. Lewis, Ph.D. Degree Awarded: July 2004 Master of Science, Clinical Psychology Nova Southeastern University (APA Accredited) Academic Advisor: John E. Lewis, Ph.D. Degree Awarded: June 2001 Ph.D. Candidate, Clinical Psychology Concordia University (APA Accredited) Completed 23 credits towards degree; withdrew from program (personal/financial reasons) 09/94-06/95 Master of Arts, Educational Psychology (with clinical component) McGill University (APA Accredited) Thesis: Coping strategies employed by in-home family caregivers of Alzheimer s patients Thesis Supervisor: William M. Talley, Ph.D. Degree Awarded: August 1994 Bachelor of Arts (Honors), Psychology Carleton University Honors Thesis: Predictors of institutionalized elder abuse: Paid versus volunteer staff perceptions Thesis Supervisor: Elinor J. Burwell, Ph.D. Degree Awarded: June 1992 LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATIONS State of Florida Department of Health Division of Medical Quality Assurance Licensed Clinical Psychologist License # PY 7338, June 2006-Present Order of Psychologists of the Province of Quebec Licensed Psychologist License No , March 2002 March 2010 Primary Certificate in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy Attended a 2 ½ -day training program in REBT, May 2001
2 Steven Reisler, Psy.D. 2 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE Licensed Psychologist Steven Reisler, Psy.D., P.A., June 06 to Present Providing individual, group, family, and couples counseling to adolescents and adults in an outpatient private practice setting; specializing in Men s Issues, Health Psychology, Stress Management, Familial Conflict, Coping with Loss, Life Change Adjustment, Depression and Anxiety Disorders, & Dual Diagnosis. Providing individual counseling to elderly individuals. Providing forensic, personality, intellectual and achievement tests to children, adolescents, and adults. Conduct Vocational Rehabilitation evaluations and psychotherapy. Providing pain management to chronic pain sufferers in an outpatient setting. Working towards State of Florida Certification as a Gambling Addictions expert. Conduct bereavement groups. Providing supervision to Post-Doctoral Residents in Psychology for licensure Past Affiliate Member of Collaborative Family Lawyers of South Florida, Inc. School Psychologist (3 month contract position at Life Skills Center Atlantic) Partners for Success and Innovation (PSI Solutions), February 06 to April 06 Provided individual and family counseling to at-risk High School students in an alternative charter High School setting. Conducted intellectual, achievement and behavioral assessments. Consulted with High School faculty. Participated in IEPs. Consultant and Trainer ManagementWORKS Consulting Group, Inc, February 06 to February 08 Providing consulting to midsize and large corporations. Facilitating corporate trainings and executive retreat workshops. Therapist/Psychology Resident Weston Psychological Associates, June 05 to June 06 Provided individual counseling to adults in an outpatient private practice setting. Therapist and Case Manager/Post-Doctoral Resident Three Springs, The Elaine Gordon Treatment Center, March 05 to November 05 Provided individual and group counseling to adjudicated juveniles in a residential treatment facility. Provided family counseling Coordinated masters and doctoral level practicum students Participated in weekly diagnostic and assessment seminars Responsible for case management, including correspondence with judges, probation officers, aftercare treatment, families, and court dates.
3 Steven Reisler, Psy.D. 3 Temporary Licensed Psychologist, Kansas Clinical Associates, P.A., July 04 to October 04 Provided individual and group counseling to adolescents. Provided substance abuse/addictions counseling to adolescents and adults with concurrent disorders. Conducted mental status and other personality assessments. Provided feedback to clients and their families regarding assessment outcomes. Researched and wrote grants to secure federal and state funding for mental health services. Predoctoral Intern University of Missouri Columbia Counseling Center, August 03-July 04 (APA Accredited) Engaged in short-term and long-term individual counseling. Conducted Biofeedback and Stress management counseling, including pain management. Engaged in couples counseling. Co-facilitated a weekly interpersonal therapy group. Co-facilitated a weekly psychoeducational enhancing romantic relationship group with Employee Assistance Program clients. Facilitated a weekly meditation group. Conducted two intake assessments per week. Provided weekly supervision to Master s level practicum students. Provided crisis intervention during office hours. Participated in weekly team case disposition meetings. Participated in weekly Biofeedback & Stress Management Clinic meetings. Developed and presented psychoeducational outreach programs to student and employee audiences, with emphasis on Stress management, Health Psychology Issues, and Substance Abuse/Addictions. Participated in weekly individual supervision for individual, group, and couples counseling. Participated in three hours of training seminars each week. Coordinator, NSU Student Counseling Center NSU Student Counseling Services, Nova Southeastern University, May 02 July 03 Provided long-term individual counseling. Provided long-term couples counseling. Conducted one to two intake assessments weekly. Provided crisis intervention during office hours. Developed, coordinated, and conducted psychoeducational outreach programs to student audiences, with emphasis on Stress management, Health Psychology Issues, and Substance Abuse/Addictions. Provided consultation services to various university departments. Coordinated and supervised seven Doctoral level practicum therapists and two intake clinicians. Responsible for case disposition. Responsible for day-to-day activities of clinic, including budgeting. Led bi-weekly staff meeting. Conducted chart reviews. Practicum Therapist NSU Student Counseling Services, Nova Southeastern University, May 01 May 02 Provided short-term and long-term individual therapy. Provided short-term and long-term couples counseling.
4 Steven Reisler, Psy.D. 4 Provided long-term family therapy. Conducted one to two intake assessments monthly. Conducted personality assessments. Provided crisis intervention during office hours. Developed and conducted psychoeducational outreach programs to student audiences, with emphasis on Stress management, Health Psychology Issues, and Substance Abuse/Addictions. Received weekly individual and group supervision. Psychology Extern University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital, Renal Dialysis Unit, August 01-May 02 Provided brief individual therapy to clients who were undergoing outpatient Renal Dialysis. Performed intake evaluations and assessments. Participated in case presentations and attended medical rounds. Received weekly individual and group supervision. Psychology Extern NSU Community Mental Health Center, Nova Southeastern University, August 01-May 02 Provided weekly individual therapy to a client with Multiple Sclerosis. Conducted weekly group Coping with Multiple Sclerosis Provided crises intervention as needed. Received individual supervision. Clinical Graduate Assistant Skills Training and Enhancement Program (STEP), NSU CMHC, July 01-July 02 Co-facilitated weekly psychoeducational groups on anger management, assertiveness training, codependency, current events, depression management, positive thinking, remotivation, self-esteem, smoking cessation, and stress management. Provided psychosocial rehabilitation and basic living skills. Responsible for preparing and editing psychoeducational modules; record keeping, and filing documents. Practicum Therapist Nova Community Clinic for Older Adults (NCCOA), Nova Southeastern University, May 00-May 01 Provided short-term and long-term individual therapy. Conducted intake evaluations. Co-facilitated a weekly interpersonal therapy group. Co-facilitated an 8-week stress management workshop. Received weekly individual and group supervision. Weekend Shift Supervisor Geriatric Institute Residence, Nova Southeastern University, August 99-June 00 Conducted a weekly psychoeducational/interpersonal therapy group. Supervised weekend Mental Health Technician (MHT) staff. Provided crisis intervention. Provided weekly supervision to practicum students.
5 Steven Reisler, Psy.D. 5 Coordinated weekend activities for residents. Participated in weekly multidisciplinary team meetings. Practicum Therapist Concordia University, October 94-June 95 Provided weekly individual therapy. Received weekly individual and group supervision. Clinical Intern Geriatric Services, Douglas Hospital, August 93-May 94 Conducted personality assessments with inpatient clients. Conducted neuropsychological and basic screening evaluations with outpatient clients. Provided short-term individual therapy. Co-facilitated weekly interpersonal process groups. Conducted home visits/evaluations and family consultations. Participated in multidisciplinary treatment meetings and case presentations. Received individual supervision weekly. TEACHING AND OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE Adjunct Professor-Introduction to Psychology; Strategies for Success; Critical Thinking Keiser College, October 04 October 06 Responsible for curriculum, lecturing, preparing and grading assignments for undergraduate level students. Member of SACS accreditation committee Adjunct Professor-Strategies for Success Keiser Career College, February 06 Responsible for curriculum, lecturing, preparing and grading assignments for undergraduate level students. Adjunct Professor-Essential Counseling Skills Avila University, August 04 - October 04 Responsible for developing and implementing curriculum, lecturing, preparing and grading assignments for graduate level students in Counseling Psychology. Teaching Assistant-Projective Personality Assessment Center for Psychological Studies, Nova Southeastern University, January 03-May 03 Aided in instructing approximately 25 doctoral students on the fundamentals of projective personality assessment. Instituted a remedial lecture series focusing on scoring and interpreting the Rorschach Ink Blot Test according to the Exner scoring system. Developed and graded assignments.
6 Steven Reisler, Psy.D. 6 Teaching Assistant-Integrated Report Center for Psychological Studies, Nova Southeastern University, August 02-December 02 Aided in instructing third year doctoral students on how to integrate an assessment battery into a psychological report. Helped lead class discussions. Prepared and graded assignments Teaching Assistant-Projective Personality Assessment Center for Psychological Studies, Nova Southeastern University, January 02-May 02 Aided in instructing approximately 25 doctoral students on the fundamentals of projective personality assessment. Instituted a remedial lecture series focusing on scoring and interpreting the Rorschach Ink Blot Test according to the Exner scoring system. Developed and graded assignments. Teaching Assistant-Intermediate Statistics Center for Psychological Studies, Nova Southeastern University, May 01-July 01 Assisted in the instruction of second and third year doctoral students. Supplemented professor s explanation of course material and met individually with students for tutorial sessions. Prepared and graded assignments. Managing Editor- Center for Psychological Studies Newsletter Center for Psychological Studies, Nova Southeastern University August 00-July 01 Conducted interviews, prepared manuscript, wrote and edited articles. Liaised between Dean s office, faculty, students, and alumni. Teacher-English as a Second Language Communications Anima and ELAM Language Schools, Montreal, Canada, January 98-July 99 Taught Business English to French, Italian, and Hispanic adults and helped them to gain more confidence and proficiency in English. Developed curriculums, lesson plans, and graded assignments. Teacher-English as a Second Language Jung Chul Interlab Language School, Ilsan, South Korea, June 96-September 97 Taught English to Korean children and adults Developed curriculums, lesson plans, and graded assignments. Supervised teachers. Interviewed prospective teachers and advised school director on hiring practices. Teaching Assistant-Psychological Statistics II Concordia University, January 95-May 95 Assisted in the instruction of 2 nd and 3 rd year undergraduate students. Responsible for computer laboratory portion of course. Lectured, prepared and graded assignments.
7 Steven Reisler, Psy.D. 7 ADVISORY BOARDS The Toby Center Clinical Advisory Board, August 11 to August 12 Advisory Board Member The Palm Beach Institute Clinical Advisory Board, January 07 to January 09 Advisory Board Member Kids Helping Kids In America A Family and Teen Community Service Center, April 06 to April 07 Advisory Board Member VOLUNTEER/COMMUNITY SERVICE EXPERIENCE Whitehall of Boca Raton, April 07 Developed a series of lectures/in-services providing sensitivity and multi-cultural training to staff. Guest Speaker for Cardiac patients. Anti-Defamation League - Glass Leadership Institute, January 07 to January 08 Participate in a leadership class designed to provide a base of knowledge to combat anti-semitism and all forms of hatred and prejudice. Critical Incident Stress Debriefing University of Missouri-Columbia Counseling Center, November 4, 2003 Participated in a stress debriefing in a Residence Hall following the death of a Resident Advisor. Take Back The Night NSU Student Counseling Services in partnership with Residential Life, Nova Southeastern University, January 2003 Helped coordinate and plan event. Provided crisis intervention/support. Critical Incident Stress Debriefing NSU Student Counseling Services in partnership with Residential Life, Nova Southeastern University, September 2002 Participated in a multidisciplinary stress debriefing in the Undergraduate residence following a campus gang rape. National Depression Screening Day Screener/Therapist Nova Southeastern University, October 2001 and October 2002 Provided psychoeducational material and conducted screenings for individuals interested in learning more about their emotional state, in particular depression and PTSD. Provided appropriate referrals to community mental health agencies. Trauma Resolution Debriefing and Rap Session - Quilt of Hope NSU Student Counseling Services in partnership with Residential Life, Nova Southeastern University, September 2001 Participated in debriefing of undergraduate students. Held informal rap sessions and activities in the residence halls to provide support and help students express their thoughts and feelings after the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
8 Steven Reisler, Psy.D. 8 Volunteer Big Brother Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America, July 01-November 02 Mentored a 7-year-old African-American boy with emotional difficulties and a history of sexual abuse. Friendly visiting with frail elderly Jewish Support Services for the Elderly, June 94-June 95 Visited with frail elderly in the Montreal area biweekly to provide support and social stimulation through conversation and discussion of current events. OUTREACH AND CONSULTATION EXPERIENCE Organized and delivered outreach presentations on a variety of topics including: 35 Stress Management Workshops Organized and conducted workshops that emphasized stress management and anxiety reduction techniques. Audiences included: undergraduate students, medical students, underrepresented minorities, Greek Life, Resident Advisors, and university employees. 4 Coping with Loss: A Psychologist s Role Workshops Conducted 1-day workshops with community-based clients coping with Multiple Sclerosis. 3 Test Anxiety Workshops Conducted workshops on managing test anxiety with a variety of student groups, including: medical students, undergraduate students, and underrepresented minorities. 2 Introduction to Biofeedback Seminars Presented information on the applications of Biofeedback to graduate students in Counseling Psychology. Demonstrated EEG, temperature, and skin conductance Biofeedback. 2 Assertive Communication Workshops Conducted workshop with second year medical students. Discussed effective listening skills and three types of assertive communication: Empathetic, simple, and confrontive. Motivational Speaking Consultation and Presentation Consulted with the Engineering Department on ways to motivate first year engineering students who were on academic probation. Conducted a motivational seminar with a first year engineering class who were on academic probation. Study Skills Workshop Conducted in a workshop that emphasized study skills and time management techniques. Communication Workshop Conducted a workshop promoting communication and interpersonal skills. Coping with Long Distance Relationships Workshop Conducted a workshop with at-risk college freshman. Discussed strategies for adjusting to college.
9 Steven Reisler, Psy.D. 9 Sex and Intimacy Workshop Conducted a workshop to a university-based population promoting intimacy and healthy relationships. Cycles of Abuse: Domestic Violence in Perspective Conducted a workshop on domestic violence to both a university-based population and the larger Broward County community. Participated in a Gorilla Theater to demonstrate the cycles of abuse, which included power and control, escalation, violence, and apology. Psychological Factors in Aging Lecture Presented a general overview of the psychology of aging and geriatric mental health concerns to doctoral students in the school of Optometry. Lecture included information on pathological versus normal aging changes, environmental, behavioral, emotional, cognitive, and physical influences, as well as instruction on administering mental status screening tests (e.g., MMSE) and making appropriate referrals. Coping With Aphasia Workshop Conducted a 1-day workshop on coping and stress management techniques to a group of individuals with Aphasia and their caregivers. IN THE MEDIA CBS-12 West Palm Beach, FL 7/19/2009 Interview with Ben Becker, Weekend Anchor Domestic Violence Against Men SCHOLARLY WORK AND PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS Reisler, S., Richmond, K., Vaughn, L., & Schneider, B. A. (2003, June). Factors that influence university counseling center attendance rates: Preliminary findings. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Florida Psychological Association, Hutchinson Island, Florida. Reisler, S. (2002). Perceived burden and coping strategies employed by in-home family caregivers of Alzheimer s patients. Unpublished Manuscript, Nova Southeastern University. Reisler, S., Mleko, A., Schweitzer, M. M., & Kelleher, W.J. (2001, August). Intelligence, depression, and anxiety measures for an elderly outpatient population. Poster presented at the 109 th Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco. Mleko, A., Schweitzer, M. M., Reisler, S., & Kelleher, W.J. (2001, August). Convergent validity of the Geriatric Depression Scale in the elderly. Poster presented at the 109 th Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco. Mleko, A.L., Espe-Pfeifer, P., Escalona, A.M., Reisler, S., Greene, L., Marsh, J., Mahrou, M.L., & Golden, C.J. (2001, August). Executive functioning and ethnicity in a pediatric neuropsychological population. Poster presented at the 109 th Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco. Reisler, S. (1994). Coping strategies employed by in-home family caregivers of Alzheimer s disease. Unpublished master s thesis, McGill University.
10 Steven Reisler, Psy.D. 10 Rejskind, J., Reisler, S., & Beaudoin, L. (1994, November). Inquiry interest in university science students. Paper presented as part of a Symposium on inquiry: Where ideas come from - Where they lead at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Gifted Children, Salt Lake City, Utah. Klein, C., Pasto, L., Leeb, R., Reisler, S., Bennett, A., & Derevensky, J.L. (1993, August). Adolescents sexual activity: An examination of knowledge, practices and fears. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto. Reisler, S., Klein, C., Pasto, L., Leeb, R., Bennett, A., & Derevensky, J.L. (1993, August). Fears among an elderly population: An examination of sociodemographic factors. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto. Reisler, S., Klein, C., Pasto, L., Leeb, R., & Derevensky, J.L. (1993, May). Expressed fears of the elderly: A life-span perspective. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Montreal. Rejskind, J., Reisler, S., & Beaudoin, L. (1993, June). Using decision trees to study educational decisions. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Ottawa. Reisler, S. (1992). Predictors of institutionalized elder abuse: Paid versus volunteer staff perceptions. Unpublished honor s thesis, Carleton University. ACADEMIC HONORS Travel Award Center for Psychological Studies, Nova Southeastern University (August, 2001) Granted for presentation at the 109 th Annual American Psychological Association Conference, San Francisco, CA Deans' Honors List Department of Psychology, Carleton University (1992) PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Psychological Association Member to 2010 Student Affiliate to 2004 Florida Psychological Association Member 2006 to 2008 Student Affiliate 2002 to 2003 Canadian Psychological Association Student Affiliate to 2004
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