1 Teresa F. Parnell, Psy.D. Licensed Psychologist Certified Family Mediator VITA EDUCATION Psy.D. Clinical Psychology (APA-approved), Florida Institute of Technology, August 1990 M.S. Clinical Psychology, University of Central Florida, December 1988 B.A. Psychology/Art, Flagler College, April 1984 A.A. General Studies, Valencia Community College, August 1982 LICENSE/CERTIFICATIONS Licensed Psychologist #PY Certified County and Family Mediator #639OCF Diplomate and Board Certified Forensic Examiner of the American Board of Forensic Examiners PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Psychological Association Florida Psychological Association Association of Family and Conciliation Courts American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children American College of Forensic Examiners HOSPITAL PRIVILEGES Orlando Regional Healthcare System BOARD OF DIRECTORS January 2000 January 2001, Winter Park Memorial Hospital, Chair, Psychology Section of the Department of Medicine , Safehouse of Seminole. A project of the Seminole County Victims Rights Coalition, which established a domestic violence shelter in Seminole County. Held positions of Vice President and President, most recently serving as an Honorary Board Member.
2 CONSULTANT POSITION Page 2 of , Part of the team of psychologist consultants to the Tri-County Area Multidisciplinary HRS/CPT Case Management staffing. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE A. CLINICAL April 1998 Present, Licensed Psychologist, Certified County and Family Mediator, Private Practice. Serving children, adolescents, and adults with specialization in child abuse, domestic violence, custody/divorce, and trauma. Conducting psychological evaluations, consultations, and short-term psychotherapy. January 2001 October 2001, Clinical Psychologist, Developmental Center of the Howard Phillips Center for Women and Children. Conducting developmental screenings of children birth to three years of age. September April 1998, Licensed Psychologist, Certified County and Family Mediator, Psychological Affiliates, Inc., Winter Park, Florida. A private practice setting serving children, adolescents, and adults, with specialization in child sexual abuse, domestic violence, custody/divorce, and trauma. Duties included individual, family, and group psychotherapy as well as psychological testing for individuals, schools, the court system, the Department of Children and Families, and the Child Protection Team. September August 1991, Psychological Resident, Psychological Affiliates, Inc., Maitland, Florida. Duties included providing individual, family, and group psychotherapy as well as psychological testing for inpatient and outpatient individuals, schools, the court system, Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, and the Child Protection Team. September August 1990, Psychology Intern, Nova University Community Mental Health Center, Coral Springs, Florida. Nova University CMHC provides outpatient services to the residents of west Broward County and provides an APA-approved predoctoral internship in clinical psychology. Duties included intake and psychological evaluations, and individual, marital, family and group therapy with a general outpatient population. Experience was also obtained in the Family Violence Program. January June 1989, Practicum Student, CPC Palm Bay Hospital, Melbourne, Florida. CPC is a 60-bed private inpatient adolescent hospital. Responsibilities included psychological assessment, parent training, and individual, group, and family therapy. September 1988 December, 1988 Practicum Student, Community Mental Health Center of South Brevard County-Twin Rivers Treatment Center, Melbourne, Florida. Twin Rivers is a 20 bed 28-day alcohol and drug inpatient treatment unit, which includes an outpatient aftercare component and serves an adult population. Duties included group psychotherapy, psychological assessment, and providing assessment feedback to the client and the treatment team.
3 Page 3 of 12 January August 1988, Practicum Student, Center for Student Development. CSD is the on-campus-counseling center of the Florida Institute of Technology and serves all students, staff, and faculty. Duties included psychological assessment, vocational and career counseling, individual therapy, and presentations on professional issues. May May 1988, Therapist/Assessment Technician, Colonial Clinic, Orlando, Florida. This is a private practice setting serving clients referred by Orlando General Hospital, two large corporations, physicians, and attorneys. Therapy experiences were obtained with children, adolescents, and adults. Relaxation training was provided to adults experiencing chronic pain, hypertension, migraines, and anxiety disorders. Duties included psychological assessment utilizing clinical interviews, behavioral observations, intelligence tests, achievement tests, objective and projective personality instruments. January April 1987, Psychology Intern, Lake/Sumter Community Mental Health Center, Eustis, Florida. Lake/Sumter CMHC provides a range of inpatient and outpatient services to residents of Lake and Sumter counties. Duties included individual and marital therapy, assessment of substance abuse, court-ordered psychological assessments, and group therapy in a substance abuse day treatment program. September December 1986, Psychological Intern, ACT Corporation, Deland, Florida. ACT provides a range of inpatient and outpatient psychological services to residents of Volusia County. Duties included individual, family, and marital therapy, assessment of physician referred clients, and case management of clients diagnosed with chronic thought and affective disorders. March September 1986, Drug Counselor, Families In Recovery, Longwood, Florida. A private intensive outpatient program for adolescent substance abusers. Conducted psychosocial assessments to determine the extent of client substance abuse and to make recommendations to the court. Additional duties included managing the drug screening process and communicating with parents, HRS workers, and lawyers concerning case management. B. FORENSIC 1991 Present, Expert Testimony in Broward, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Pinellas, and Seminole Counties on domestic relations, visitation, child abuse, sexual abuse, spouse abuse, and Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy. C. ACADEMIC January Present, Adjunct Faculty, Barry University School of Law, Orlando Florida. Co-Teaching Family Law class with attorney and judge. January 1999 April 1999, Adjunct Faculty, Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida. Taught graduate course in Human Development. September December 1993, Adjunct Faculty, University of Central Florida,
4 Page 4 of 12 Orlando, Florida. Taught graduate level course on psychological assessment to students in clinical master's program. May 1991 May 1999, Adjunct Faculty, Nova University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Teaching graduate level courses in a field- based master's program. September August 1989, Graduate Assistant, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida. Duties included teaching one Introductory Psychology I course, two Introductory Psychology II courses, and two Abnormal Psychology classes over threequarters. March August 1988, Adjunct Faculty, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida. Contracted to teach Introductory Psychology II to undergraduate students. POST-GRADUATE WORKSHOPS ATTENDED 05/08 Collaborative Family Law and Psychology Practice, Barbara Kelly, Ph.D. and Jennifer Frank, JD, Orlando 04/08 Collaborative Law Interdisciplinary Training, Lone Star Collaborative Law Trainer, Miami 11/07 Avoiding Psychological Errors in Mental Health Practice, Robert Woody, Ph.D. 11/07 Ethics and Laws for Psychologists: Integrating the APA Ethics Code with Florida Statutes and Administrative Code, Robert Woody, Ph.D., Orlando 11/07 When to Report Known or Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect in Florida, Robert Woody, Ph.D., Orlando 11/07 Mediation Ethics: Don t Get Yourself in Trouble, in Florida Chapter of AFCC Sixth Annual Conference, Orlando 11/07 Get Ready: What s PC in PC? Ethical Guidelines and Legislative Updates, in Florida Chapter of AFCC Sixth Annual Conference, Orlando 11/07 Take Good Care of My Baby: Best Interests of Children vs. Rights of Natural Parents, in Florida Chapter of AFCC Sixth Annual Conference, Orlando 09/07 Is it ADHD, Depression, Anxiety or Normal Attention Challenges, Emily Stevens, Ph.D., LPC, Orlando 03/07 Violence Risk and Threat Assessment, Reid Meloy, Ph.D., Orlando 10/06 Criticality of Mental Health for Child Welfare Families, Family Services of Metro Orlando 09/06 The Mentally Ill Offender: Assessment and Treatment Using Forensic Psychological Skills, Cross Country Education, Orlando 08/06 DRC 15 th Annual Conference for Mediators and Arbitrators, Orlando 04/06 Preventing Medical Errors, Orlando 04/06 Domestic Violence Update, Michael Freeney Assoc., Orlando 04/06 Ethics and the Law for Psychologists, Michael Freeney Assoc., Orlando 10/05 Resolving Family Conflicts: Innovations, Initiatives & Advanced Skills, Tampa 09/05 Domestic Violence Issues, Anne Rufiange, M.Ed., LMFT, CAP 06/05 Neurosocial Disorders: Developing a Comprehensive Treatment Plan, Orlando, 03/05 Assessing and Treating Reactive Attachment Disorder: Beyond Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Jean S. Shinners, MSN, RN, CCRN, Orlando 12/04 EEG Biofeedback: Introduction to Biofeedback for the Brain, Thomas
5 Page 5 of 12 DuHamel, Ph.D., Orlando 08/04 The Power of Metaphor and Discourse Analysis, Michael Freeney Associates, Orlando, (3 CE s) 08/04 Ethics Plenary and Discussions: Confidentiality, Michael Freeney Associates, Orlando 08/04 What Black & Whites Are Saying About Each Other, Michael Freeney Associates, Orlando 08/04 RxP Update Legislation, Training and the Public Sector, American Psychological Association 08/04 Revised Ethics Code Release of Test Information to Nonpsychologists, American Psychological Association 08/04 Munchausen By Proxy Syndrome: Misunderstood Child Abuse, Michael Freeny Associates, Orlando 08/04 Advance One-Day Parent Coordinator Training, Susan Boyan, M.Ed., LMFT, Orlando 05/04 How to Build a Successful Divorce Practice: Expanding Roles and Burgeoning Opportunities for the Mental Health Professional, Sanford M. Portnoy, Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University, Orlando 04/04 HIPPA for Psychologists, Home Study Course, American Psychological Association 12/03 AD/HD for 2004: The Forward Edge, Update on Research and Techniques for At-Risk Children and Teens, John F. Taylor, Ph.D., A.D.D. Plus, Titusville 06/03 Therapist as Parent Coordinator, Susan Boyan, M.Ed., LMFT, Orlando 08/03 Florida Parenting Coordination Training and Legislative Forum, Florida Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Orlando 05/03 APA Ethics Code Comparison, Professional Development Resources, Web-based course 05/03 Preventing Medical Errors, Susan Mitchell, Ph.D., R.D., Catherine Christie, Ph.D., R.D., Leo Christie, Ph.D., LMFT, Professional Development Resources Home Study Course 05/03 Domestic Violence I- Child Abuse, Leo Christie, Ph.D., Professional Development Resources Home Study Course 12/02 The National Psychologist, Issue November/December 2002, Professional Development Resources, Inc., Home Study 09/02 Children of Divorce: Changing the System, Florida Psychological Association, Orlando 11/01 Current Issues in Parenting Coordination, The Florida Chapter of AFCC s Annual Conference: Enhancing Collaboration to Better Serve Children and Families, Tampa 11/01 Collaborative and Cooperative Lawyering, The Florida Chapter of AFCC s Annual Conference: Enhancing Collaboration to Better Serve Children and Families, Tampa 11/01 Challenges and Opportunities for Professionals, The Florida Chapter of AFCC s Annual Conference: Enhancing Collaboration to Better Serve Children and Families, Tampa 11/01 Bringing Collaboration Home: Where Do We Go From Here? The Florida Chapter of AFCC s Annual Conference: Enhancing Collaboration to Better Serve Children and Families, Tampa
6 Page 6 of 12 11/01 Collaboration and Therapeutic Jurisprudence, The Florida Chapter of AFCC s Annual Conference: Enhancing Collaboration to Better Serve Children and Families, Tampa 09/01 Mental Health & the Law, Medical Educational Services, Inc., Orlando 12/00 Explosive and Noncompliant Children and Adolescents, Ross W. Greene, Ph.D., Orlando 12/00 First Annual Southeast Region Youth and Adolescent Conference: Treating Youth, Youth Offenders and their Families from Strength Perspectives 11/00 Preparing for the Diplomate Exam in Forensic Psychology, American Academy of Forensic Psychology, Orlando 11/00 Evaluating Parenting Capacity & Allegations of Child Maltreatment, American Academy of Forensic Psychology, Orlando 08/00 Strategies and Techniques for Working With Divorcing Families, Rollins College, Winter Park 07/00 Emerging Assessment and Treatment Issues in the Justice System, University of South Florida, Orlando 03/00 Kids and Divorce, Chet Muklewicz, EdD., Orlando. 02/00 Preserving the Reliability of Children s Testimony, Stephen Ceci, Ph.D., Tampa. 06/99 Update on Domestic Violence for Florida Mental Health Professionals, Florida Psychological Association, Home Study. 12/98 Dependency Mediation Training Program, Florida Dispute Resolution Center, Gregory Firestone, Ph.D., Orlando. 10/98 Advanced Issues in Child Custody Evaluations, Association of Family and Conciliation Court, Orlando. 08/98 Family Law Rules, Statutes and Updates, Creating a Connection, Florida Dispute Resolution Center s 7 th Annual Conference for Mediators and Arbitrators, Orlando. 08/98 Domestic Violence and Mediation, Creating a Connection, Florida Dispute Resolution Center s 7 th Annual Conference for Mediators and Arbitrators, Orlando. 07/98 Child Support Guidelines-Preparation and Available Software, Creating a Connection, Florida Dispute Resolution Center s 7 th Annual Conference for Mediators and Arbitrators, Orlando. 07/98 Writing a Marital Agreement, Creating a Connection, Florida Dispute Resolution Center s 7 th Annual Conference for Mediators and Arbitrators, Orlando. 01/98 Ethical and Legal Principles for Mental Health Practice, Robert Woody, Ph.D., JD, Home Study. 06/97 Fifth National Colloquium of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, Miami. 03/97 The Internet: A Guide for Health Professionals, S. Thomas Deahl II, D.M.D., Ph.D., Orlando. 02/97 Assessment of Juveniles' Competency to Proceed, Randy Otto, Ph.D., Kathryn Kuehnle, Ph.D., Brent Taylor, J.D., Orlando. 02/97 Psychosocial Treatment of Juveniles Adjudicated Incompetent, Randy Otto, Ph.D., Kathryn Kuehnle, Ph.D., Brent Taylor, J.D., Orlando. 04/96 Patient or Pretender: Inside the Strange World of Factitious Disorders, Marc D. Feldman, M.D. and Charles V. Ford, M.D., Home Study.
7 Page 7 of 12 03/96 Group Intervention Strategies for Men Who Batter, Jeffrey Edelson, Ph.D. and Richard Tolman, Ph.D., Home Study. 03/96 Clinical Applications of Music Therapy in Cases of Domestic Violence, Michael David Cassity, Ph.D., RMT-BC, Home Study. 12/95 Domestic Violence, Mary Ann Dutton, Ph.D., Home Study. 10/95 Quick Techniques in Child Therapy, Lawrence E. Shapiro, Ph.D., Tampa. 07/95 Emotional Trauma in Childhood and Adolescence, Lenore Terr, M.D., Orlando. 03/95 Sexual Violence: Perpetrators and Victims, Roy Hazelwood, Ft. Lauderdale. 02/95 Forensic Evaluations and Forensic Applications of the MMPI and MMPI-2, Stuart A. Greenberg, Ph.D., and Kevin L. Moreland, Ph.D., Orlando. 12/94 Child Custody: In Search of Standards and Guidelines, Florida Psychological Association, Orlando. 11/94 First International Symposium on Conducting Child Custody Evaluations, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Tucson. 10/94 Florida Supreme Court Certified 40-Hour Family Mediation Training Program, Nancy S. Palmer, Orlando. 08/94 102nd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles. 05/94 Association of Family and Conciliation Courts Annual Conference, Maui, Hawaii. 10/93 4th Annual Southwest Regional Conference on Abuse and Dissociative Disorders, Family Violence and Sexual Assault Institute, Tyler, Texas. 08/93 101st Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario. 08/93 MCMI: Introduction to Clinical Application, Paul Retzlaff, Ph.D., American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario. 08/93 Neuropsychological Screening for Brain Damage, Richard Berg, Ph.D., and Michael Franzen, Ph.D., American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario. 01/93 Sensory Processing: Fussy Infant-Difficult Child, Orlando Regional Healthcare System, Orlando. 11/92 Restorative Justice for Juvenile Sex Offenders, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Lake Tahoe, Nevada. 10/92 MMPI-A with Adolescents, Robert Archer, Ph.D., West Lake Hospital, Longwood. 04/92 The Law and Children's Mental Health: A National Law and Mental Health Institute, Nova University, Fort Lauderdale. 02/92 The Magic of Play Therapy, Mark Barnes, M.S.W., The Canadian Association for Child and Play Therapy, Jacksonville. 11/91 Anxiety Disorders: New Models and Strategies, Michael Bone, Ph.D., Laurel Oaks Hospital, Orlando. 10/91 Competent Counseling and the Christian Faith, Gary Collins, Ph.D., West Lake Hospital, Longwood. 08/91 99th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco. 08/91 Conducting Child Custody Evaluations, Marion Gindes, Ph.D., American Psychological Association, San Francisco. 03/91 37th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans.
8 Page 8 of 12 11/90 Clinical Child Psychology: Psychological Assessment Update, Gary Geffken, Ph.D., Florida Psychological Association, Orlando. 11/90 Understanding the Dynamics of Victimization: Diagnostic and Treatment Issues, Lynn B. Rosewater, Ph.D., Florida Psychological Association, Orlando, Florida. 08/90 98th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston. 08/90 Psychotherapy with the Religiously Committed Patient, Edward Shafranske, Ph.D., Saing-Yang Tan, Ph.D., Robert Lovinger, Ph.D., American Psychological Association, San Francisco. 05/90 The MMPI-2, James Butcher, Ph.D., John Graham, Ph.D., Carolyn Williams, Ph.D., Yossef Ben-Porath, Ph.D., Tampa. 02/90 Healing the Incest Wound, Christine Courtois, Ph.D., Nova University, Ft. Lauderdale. 12/89 Clinical Child Neuropsychology, Ralph Reitan, Ph.D., Nova University, Ft. Lauderdale. 08/86 Clinical Assessment, Florida School of Substance Abuse Studies, Winter Park. 07/86 Pharmacology Update, Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, Orlando. 06/86 Adolescent Treatment, Florida Psychological Association, Orlando. WORKSHOPS PRESENTED 03/08 Forensic Psychology, Valencia Community College, Orlando 11/07 Alternate Dispute Resolution, Central Florida Family Law Inns of Court, Orlando (C.L.E.) 02/07 Child Custody and Shared Parenting, National Business Institute Inc., Orlando (C.L.E.) 11/06 Domestic Violence Roundtable, Orange County Dispute Resolution Department, Orlando (C.E) 10/06 Criticality of Mental Health for Child Welfare Families, 9 th Judicial Dependency Court, Orlando, (C.E.) 08/06 Domestic Violence and Mediation, Statewide Director s Meeting, Orlando (C.E) 08/05 The Impact of Divorce on Children, Universal Behavioral Center, Orlando (C.E.) 01/04 Domestic Violence and Parent Coordination, 9 th Judicial Circuit Orange County Florida, (Mediation C.E.) 08/03 Mediation and Domestic Violence: Determining Appropriateness; Protecting the Parties and Professionals in Florida Parenting Coordination Training and Legislative Forum, Florida Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Orlando, co-presenters, the Honorable Ray McNeal and Marsha Freeman, Professor of Law (C.E. and Mediation C.E.) 09/02 Children of Divorce: Changing the System, Florida Psychological Association, Orlando (C.E.) 04/02 Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy in the third annual A Community Approach to Child Protection Conference, Gainesville (C.E.) 09/01 Mental Health & the Law, Medical Educational Services, Inc., Orlando 05/01 Domestic Violence: How Do You Know and What Do You Do, Winter Park Memorial Hospital, Winter Park. (C.M.E.) 04/01 Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy with Matt Seibel, MD in the second annual A Community Approach to Child Protection Conference, Gainesville (C.E.)
9 Page 9 of 12 02/01 Munchausen by Proxy with Dr. Matt Seibel in First Annual Regional In-Service for School Social Workers, Orlando (C.E.) 02/01 Bipolar Disorder in Children: What It Is and What It Is Not with Susan Daniel, Psy.D. for Orange County Association of School Psychologists, Orlando 09/99 Domestic Violence, Meeting of the Florida Chapter of the American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine, Orlando (C.M.E). 11/99 Overview of Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome in Behavior Analyst: A Mental Health Provider, BASIC Enterprises, Port Orange. (C.E.) 1992 to April 1998, Divided Loyalties: Promoting Shared Parenting Through Education. An ongoing four-hour educational program developed by Debra Goldman, M.S. Presented by Psychological Affiliates, Inc. 04/98 Common Behavior Problems in Children, Nurse Practitioner Associates for Continuing Education, Orlando (C.E.) 04/98 Emotional Aspects of Divorce and the Impact of Divorce on Children, in Family Law Mediator Training, Nancy Palmer, Winter Park 01/98 Munchausen By Proxy Syndrome, Regency Medical Center, Grand Rounds - OB/GYN, and Neonatal Conferences for Physicians, Nurses, and Health Professionals, Winter Haven. (C.E. and C.M.E.) 01/98 Munchausen By Proxy Syndrome: Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment, Psychological Affiliates, Inc., Winter Park (C.E. and C.M.E.) 01/98 Domestic Violence: Battered Women's Cognitions, Florida Psychological Association, Central Chapter. (C.E.) 12/97 Domestic Violence, Winter Park Memorial Hospital, Winter Park. (C.M.E.) 09/97 Emotional Aspects of Divorce and the Impact of Divorce on Children, in Family Law Mediator Training, Nancy Palmer, Winter Park 10/97 Munchausen By Proxy Syndrome, Central Florida Chapter of Employee Assistance Programs, Winter Park.(C.E.) 06/97 Making The Diagnosis, in Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy: Building a Collaborative Response, Suncoast Child Protection Team, St. Petersburg. (C.E.) 06/97 Treatment, Safety Factors, and Reunification, in Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy: Building a Collaborative Response, Suncoast Child Protection Team, St. Petersburg. (C.E.) 04/97 Psychological Concerns of the Victims in Family Law Torts: Pitfall or Pratfall, Family Law Section of the Orange County Bar, Orlando, Florida. (C.L.E.) 10/96 Medical, Psychological, and Educational Manifestations of Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome, Southwest Florida Association of School Psychologists, Ft. Myers. (C.E.) 04/96 Domestic Violence, Family Law Section of the Orange County Bar, Orlando, (C.L.E.) 07/95 Emotional Aspects of Divorce and the Impact of Divorce on Children, in Family Law Mediator Training, Nancy Palmer, Orlando. 06/95 Evaluation and Treatment of Munchausen By Proxy Syndrome, Hephzibah Children's Association, Chicago. (C.E.) 06/94 Establishing Healthy Boundaries, Spouse Abuse, Inc., Orlando. 01/94 The Cognitions of Battered Women, Child Protection Team, Winter Park. 10/93 The Effect of Divorce on the Family, Florida Department of Law Enforcement/Guardian ad Litem Volunteer Conference, Orlando. 05/93 Emotional Issues in Divorce, Seminole County Bar Association, Family Law
10 Page 10 of 12 Section, Longwood. 04/93 Depression and Self-Esteem, Milwee Middle School, Longwood. 04/93 Shared Parenting, in How to Avoid a Contested Divorce, Seminole Community College, Sanford (also 10/92). 03/93 Effect of Divorce on Children, Longwood Sertoma Club, Longwood. 03/93 Establishing Healthy Boundaries, Spouse Abuse, Inc., Orlando. 02/93 Careers in Psychology, Lake Howell High School, Winter Park 01/93 Emotional Aspects of Divorce and the Impact of Divorce on Children, in Family Law Mediator Training, American Arbitration Association, Tampa. 11/92 Child Sexual Abuse, University of Central Florida, Orlando. 01/92 Preventing Teen Violence, Spouse Abuse, Inc., Orlando (also 11/90, 03/91, 06/91, 07, 91, 09/91). 09/91 Establishing Healthy Boundaries, Spouse Abuse, Inc., Orlando. 11/90 Depression and Self-Esteem in Adolescents, We Care, Inc. for the Student Assistance Teams of the Orange County Schools, Orlando. MEDIA PRESENTATIONS 04/97 Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy, Ask the Doctor Show, American Health Network, Cable Television. 04/97 Kids and Divorce, Ask the Pediatrician Show, American Health Network, Cable Television. 08/92 Domestic Violence, The Family Law Firm Show, WNNZ Radio. PUBLICATIONS Parnell, T.F. (2007). Munchausen by proxy syndrome, in Nicky Ali Jackson (ed.) Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence. New York: Routledge. Parnell, T.F. (2007). Divorce, Child Custody, and Domestic Violence, in Nicky Ali Jackson (ed.) Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence. New York: Routledge. Parnell, T.F. (2002). Munchausen by proxy syndrome, in J.E.B. Myers, L. Berliner, J.N. Briere, C.T. Hendrix, C. Jenny, T. Reid (eds.) The APSAC handbook on child maltreatment, second edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Parnell, T.F. and Day, D.O. (Eds.). (1997). Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome: Misunderstood child abuse, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Parnell, T.F. and Palladino, K. (1996). Identifying Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy in the School System. The Florida School Psychologist, Vol. 22, No. 3, Parnell, T.F. (1994). [Review of Child Abuse Trauma: Theory and Treatment of the Lasting Effects.] Violence Update, 4(5),8. McGuire, J.M., Parnell, T.F., Blau, B.I., and Abbott, D. (1994). Demands for Privacy Among Adolescents in Multimodal Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Treatment. Journal of Counseling and Development, 73 (1),
11 Parnell, T.F. (1993). [Review of Hurting For Love: Munchausen By Proxy Syndrome.] Violence Update, 4(2), 9. Page 11 of 12 Honaker, L.M., Harrell, T. and Parnell, T. (1992). Equivalence of the MMPI-2 with the MMPI in psychiatric patients. Psychological Assessment, Vol. 4, No. 4, Hershorn, M., Schulman, A. and Parnell, T.F. Characteristics of shows versus no shows for community mental health clinical intakes. Unpublished manuscript. Turner, T.F. and Dingfelder, S. (1984). Community knowledge of mental health services available for adolescents in St. John's County. Unpublished manuscript. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Parnell, T.F. (October 2003) Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome. Florida Association of School Social Workers 2003 State Conference, Altamonte Springs, Florida. Parnell, T.F. and Glover, M. (October 2003) Children and Parents in the Midst of High Conflict Divorce. Florida Association of School Social Workers 2003 State Conference, Altamonte Springs, Florida. Parnell, T.F., Day, D. (October 1998). The Investigative Role of Psychologists in Forensic Interviewing and Evaluations of Munchausen by Proxy Perpetrators. 6 th Annual Scientific Academy and Retreat, American College of Forensic Examiners, Naples, Florida. Parnell, T.F., Palladino, K., Day, D. (April 1998). Munchausen by proxy Syndrome Within the School System. National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida. Parnell, T.F., Seibel, M., Palladino, K., Day, D. (1998). Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome Within the School System. Symposium presented at the National Association of School Psychologist s conference, Orlando, Florida. Parnell, T.F. and Day, D.O. (June 1997). Identification and Treatment of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy. Paper presented at the Fifth National Colloquium of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, Miami, Florida. Parnell, T.F. and Day, D.O. (June 1997). Psychological Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy. Paper presented at the Fifth National Colloquium of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, Miami, Florida. Parnell, T.F., Palmer, N., and Palmer, W., (January 1996). Ducking Quacks: Understanding Inconsistent Ethical Standards. Second International Symposium on Child Custody Evaluations, Clearwater Beach, Florida.
12 Goldman, D., Oksner, M., and Parnell, T.F., (January 1996). Program Management of Mandatory Programs. Second International Congress on Parent Education Programs, Clearwater Beach, Florida. Page 12 of 12 Parnell, T.F. and Palladino, K. (November 1995). Identifying Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy In The School System. Florida Association of School Psychologists 22nd Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida. Parnell, T.F. (August 1995). Chair for Evaluation and Treatment of the Munchausen by Proxy Family System. Symposium presented at the 103rd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, New York, New York. Parnell, T.F. (August 1994). Chair for Munchausen By Proxy Syndrome: Advances in Diagnosis, Treatment and Legal Management. Symposium presented at the 102nd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California. Parnell, T.F. (August 1994). Chair for Children Divorcing Their Parents: The Gregory K. Case. Symposium presented at the 102nd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California. Day, D.O., Palmer, N. and Parnell, T.F. (May 1994). Children Divorcing Parents: Wave of the Future? Paper presented at the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts Annual Conference, Maui, Hawaii. Parnell, T.F. and Day, D.O. (October 1993). Identification and Treatment of Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy. Workshop presented at the 4th Annual Southwest Regional Conference on Abuse and Dissociative Disorders, Tyler, Texas. Parnell, T.F. and Day, D.O. (August 1993). Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy: Evaluation and Treatment. Workshop presented at the 101st Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Parnell, T.F., Schulman, A., and Hershorn, M. (1991). Increasing intake attendance at a community mental health center. Paper presented at the 99th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, California. McGuire, J.M., Parnell, T.F., Blau, B.I., and Abbott, D. (1991). Demands for privacy among a group of adolescent clients in multi-modal substance abuse treatment. Paper presented at the 37th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.
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