1 PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSULTANTS OF SOUTHERN MINNESOTA 4663 WHITE BEAR PARKWAY WHITE BEAR LAKE, MN CENTRAL OFFICE MAILING ADDRESS 3230 ORCHARD COURT WHITE BEAR LAKE, MN FAX: (651) PHONE: (612) TAX ID# MEDICAL OR GRADUATE SCHOOL: PAUL M. REITMAN, Ph.D., L.P., F.A.C.F.E. DIPLOMAT FELLOW AMERICAN COLLEGE OF FORENSIC EXAMINERS CURRICULUM VITAE Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, Ph. D Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, M. A Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Bachelor s Degree 1970 POSTDOCTORAL EDUCATION: LICENSE: Fielding Institute, Santa Barbara, California 1984 Psychological Assessment State of Minnesota, L. P SPECIALTIES: Diagnosis and assessment of mental and personality disorders: Forensic Psychology. Treatment of Mental and Personality Disorders. Hospital Psychology.
2 TYPES OF PRACTICE: Private Practice, Clinical, Teaching, forensic psychology, supervision AMERICAN SPECIALITY BOARD: American College of Forensic Examiners: Diplomat Status 1997 Fellow Status August, 1998 NATIONAL SCIENTIFIC MEDICAL SOCIETIES: American Psychological Association, Full member 1981-Pesent Minnesota Board of Psychology, Ethics and Education Committee Appointed by Governor Perpich Minnesota Psychological Association Child Abuse Take Force 1986 Clinical member of the International Transactional Analysis Association Chair, Section of Psychology, Immanuel-St. Joseph s Hospital Member of Medical Ethics Committee, Immanuel-St. Joseph s Hospital Board member, Horizon Homes (For mentally ill/chemically dependent) Appointed by Governor Arne Carlson to the Council for Developmental Disabilities 1993 PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS: Staff Therapist, Hill House Drug Rehabilitation Community, Carbondale, Illinois The Clinical Center, Southern Illinois University of Carbondale, Four-year internship/practicum Director, Hill House Therapeutic Community, Carbondale, Illinois Executive Clinical Director, Hill House Young Adult Facility and Youth Facility, Carbondale, Illinois
3 Psychological Consultant, Mankato, Minnesota Psychological Consultant, St. James Area Family Clinic, St. James, Minnesota Psychological Consultant, Immanuel-St. Joseph s Family Recovery Program, Outpatient CD Program and Co-Dependency Program, Mankato, Minnesota Clinical Director, Immanuel-St. Joseph s Riverview Clinic, Mankato, Minnesota Court-Appointed Psychologist to Conduct Civil Commitment Hearing for Blue Earth, Martin, Faribault, Nicollet, and Le Sueur Counties 1984-Present Court- Appointed Consultant in Family Courts for Isanti, Pine, Dakota, Chisago, Hennepin, Blue Earth, and Le Sueur Counties 1984-Present Director of Psychological Services, Immanuel-St. Joseph s Rapid Assessment of Stabilization Program, Mankato, Minnesota Clinical Director, Psychological Consultants of Southern Minnesota 1987-Present Assistant Clinical Adjunct Professor, Mankato State University Mankato, Minnesota Court-Appointed Psychologist to Conduct Civil Commitment Hearings for Hennepin, Ramsey, Anoka, Isanti, Pine, and Cottonwood Counties 1994-Present Court-Appointed Psychologist to Conduct Assessments for the Sexually Dangerous Person Commitment, Sexual Psychopathic commitment for Blue Earth, Anoka, Le Sueur, Houston, Hennepin, and St. Louis Counties Throughout the State of Minnesota, Iowa, & Wisconsin 1994-Present Psychological Consultant, Chisago Lakes Medical Clinic 2005 to 2008 Court Expeditor for Pine County, Ramsey County, Washington County, Hennepin County 2002-Present Custody Studies 1985 Assistant Clinical Instructor, Minnesota School of Professional Psychology 1990-Present
4 Supervisor for Clinical Intern from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology, (Doctoral-level Student) 1996-Present Supervisor for Master Level Students from St. Mary s University in Forensic Practicum Supervisor of Ph. D. Clinical Psychology Students from the University of Minnesota in Forensic Practicum 1997-Present Supervisor of Ph. D. Clinical Psychology Students from Cappella University Psychologist for DDS to Perform Consultative Examinations for Social Security Medical Expert for the Office of Hearings and Appeals, Federal Level of Social Security Duties: Give Professional opinion regarding disability Medical Expert for the Office of Hearings and Appeals, Fargo, North Dakota Consultant to Alpha Human Services, Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Adolescent Offenders 1998 Medical Expert to Perform Independent Medical Examinations for Medical Evaluation, Inc Present Psychological Consultant to North Dakota s Worker s Compensations Bureau Duties: Perform Independent Medical Examinations regarding Worker s Compensation Cases 1994-Present Consultant to Legal Advocacy Project Duties: Provide Second Opinions regarding Department of Corrections Determination of Early Notification Hearings NBC: Psychologist to interview all applicants from Minnesota who are applying to be on many of their reality TV shows 2012-Present Adjunct associate professor at St. Mary's University, teaching Forensic Psychology Consultant to Office of the Attorney General, State of Missouri Duties: Assess sex offenders 2012-Present 2014-Present HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS: Immanuel-St. Joseph s Hospital, Mankato, Minnesota
5 United Hospital, St. Paul, Minnesota Fairview University Hospital, St. Paul, Minnesota Fairview University Hospital, Wyoming, Minnesota Mercy & Unity Hospital, Minnesota 2004-Present 2004-Present PUBLICATIONS: Reitman, Paul M., Alienation in a Drug Rehabilitation Community, Master s Thesis (Unpublished) Hawn, Clar, and Reitman, Paul M., Individual Differences and Their Influences On Learning and Instruction, Human Development, Growth, and Learning (1974) Kelley, Francis; Hruza, Edward; and Reitman, Paul M., Applying Genetic Epistemology In Therapeutic Communities, in the proceedings of the Annual Conference on Therapeutic Communities, San Francisco, California (1977) Reitman, Paul M., Hierarchical Grouping: A Statistical Technique to Classify Characteristics of Former Residences of Hill House Therapeutic Community, (Unpublished manuscript, 1979) Reitman, Paul M., Issues in the Development of a Psychology Practice in a Hospital, Minnesota Behavioral Association (May 1990) Reitman, Paul M. Community resources are being wasted on indeterminate commitments. Minnesota Lawyer, January 25, 2010 Reitman, Paul M. Ethical Decision Making Challenges for Psychologists. Minnesota Psychologist, March, 2010 Reitman, Paul M. Planning Sex Offender Treatment, Sound Policy and Economic Accountability, in press, 11/1/11 Reitman, Paul M. Reunification Therapy 1/12/12 (in press) OTHER INFORMATION POST-DOCTORAL Course work and workshops using DSM-III in making Clinical Diagnosis, University of Minnesota, Spring Quarter, 1981 Psychological Assessment, Mankato State University, Winter Quarter, Treatment of Agoraphobia, Toronto, Canada, November 1981 Clinical Hypnosis, University of Minnesota, June 1982
6 Treating of Eating Disorders, University of Minnesota, November 1982 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, University of Minnesota, November 1982 MMPI-I Workshop, APA Approved, March 1983 Advanced Rorschach Workshop, Chicago, Illinois, December 1984 Treating Chemically Dependent Young, Psychological Perspective, 1984 Child Custody Evaluation, 1985 Advanced MMPI Workshop, March 1986 Stress Inoculation, University of Minnesota, 1986 Ethics course of Minnesota Psychological Association, Fall, 1986 Suicide and Depression in Children and Adolescents, June 1986 Child Neuropsychological Assessment in Intervention, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 1987 Treating Attention Deficit Disorder, 1987 Developmental Disabilities, University of Minnesota, February 1988 American Psychological Association Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1989 MMPI-II Conference, November 1989 Attention Deficit Disorder, February 1990 Issues in the Development of a Psychology Practice in a Hospital, Minnesota Behavioral Association, May 1990 Neuropsychological Workshop, Halstead-REITAN Battery, Washington D.C., August, 1990 MMPI-I/MMPI-II Workshop, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 1991 Conference of American Association of Accredited Hospitals Collaborative Care, June 1991 Luria-Nebraska Workshop, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1993 Grand Rounds Presentation, Immanuel-St. Joseph s Hospital, Mankato, Minnesota, 1993
7 Facilitated Communications, Syracuse, New York, March 1993 Facilitated Communications, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 1993 Grand Rounds Presentation, Diagnosis Dementia, Depression in the Eldery, November 1994 Conference for the Association of Treatment of Sexual Offenders, San Francisco, California, November 1994 Presentation, Presenter of ADMD Conference, April 1995 National Conference on the Treatment of Sexual Offenders, San Francisco, California, 1996 Workshop on the Million Clinical Inventory-II, 1996 Presentation to Office of Hearings and Appeals (Judges and Attorneys) regarding Interpreting the MMPI-II and the Million-II to determine malingering, 1997 Hennepin County Workshop for Medical Experts Performing Civil Commitment Cases, October 1998 Conference on Sex Offenders, The HARE Psychopathic Checklist, March 2000 Conference on Defending Sexual Offenders, Hennepin County Defense panel (Presenter), September 2000 Annual Conference National Academy of Neuropsychology, November 2000 Presentation on new Commitment Laws, Veterans Administration, February 2001 Updates on Research of Sex Offender Treatment: Hennepin County Defense Pane, April 2001 Evaluating Mentally Ill & Dangerous, Mental Health Resources, April 2002 Use of MMPI-II in Forensic Settings: Dr. James Butcher, May 2002 Presentation on Mentally Ill & Dangerous (Minnesota Psychological Association) Friday Forum, December 2002 and February 2003 Mile High Conference on Sex Offenders, May 2003 Mile High Conference on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, June 2003 presenter
8 State of the Art Assessment of Sex Offenders, November, 2003 at William Mitchell College of Law. Facilitated this conference and had Dr. Howard Barbaree as the major presenter. Presentation on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Johnson and Condon Law Firm, September 2004 Presentation on Amenability to Treatment to Minneapolis Criminal Trial Lawyer, March 2005 Grand Rounds at Chisago County Health & Human Services, Psycho Diagnostic Assessment of Individuals with Axis I & Axis II, June 2005 Presentation Fairview Lakes Wyoming Hospital Medical Staff, Psychological Assessment in a Hospital Setting, December 2004 State of the Art Assessment of Sexual Offender, Presenter and Coordinator of Workshop, William Mitchell College of Law, Dr. Howard Barbaree, October 2005 Grand Rounds at Chisago County Health & Human Services Presentation Three Cases of Borderline Personality Disorder and SIB, November 2005 Grand Rounds at Chisago County Health & Human Services Presentation Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, December 2005 Presentation at University of Minnesota Department of Psychology Actuarial Assessment of Sex Offenders, June 2006 Adjunct Instructor at Minnesota School of Professional Psychology Teaching a course on Assessment of Sex Offenders, September 2006 Adjunct Instructor at Minnesota School of Professional Psychology Teaching a course Introduction to Forensic Psychology, May 2007 Presentation on Annual Judge s Conference Assessing the Competency of Psychologists: Panel Presentation with Dr. Paul Reitman Ph. D. Gordon Schmaucher, Appellate Court Judge, Robert Birnbaum, Olmstead County Court Judge & David Knuppelkamp. Brainerd, Minnesota, 9/7/07 Assessing Posttraumatic Stress Disorder; presented with Dr. Ron Grout, Dr. Thomas Beniek, and Dr. Reitman, April Sponsored by Medical Evaluation Inc. The Stable 2007, Static 99 and the Acute Risk Assessment. 2 day workshop on using actuarial instruments in assessing sex offenders, April 2008, Dr. Dana Anderson Ph.D.
9 Adjunct Instructor at Minnesota School of Professional Psychology, May 2008 Teaching Introduction to Forensic Psychology MMPI-2, Workshop on Forensic Interpretation of the MMPI-2 5/29/08 Presented at the Forest Lake High School for Parents, Teachers and Day Care Providers: Getting the Diagnosis Right 10/4/08 December, 2008, presented to forensic graduate class at Minnesota School of Professional Psychology: Typologies of Judges and Attorneys in forensic psychological cases. Dr. Jeff Brown contact person William Mitchell College of Law: Cost effectiveness of assessing sex offenders. Planned conference and did initial presentation. Main Presenter Dr. Howard Barbaree January 23, 2009 The Use and Abuses of Psychological Testing in Custody Studies. Presented to the Dakota County family law attorneys. 4/17/09 Hot Topics in Sexual Offender Risk Assessment: Dr. David Thorton. 4/23/09 Presentation on The Implications of the Treatment of the Hmong Community, September, 2009 Combining Biological, Cognitive, Behavioral and Psychodynamic Approaches in the Assessment and Treatment of Patients. November 7, St. Cloud, MN. Meds Pons. Chief Presenter, all day workshop The American Academy of Forensic Psychology. Performing Custody Studies. November Minneapolis, MN. All day workshop Assessing Dangerousness. Friday Forum Minnesota Psychological Association, June 5, Presented with Thomas Pearson, attorney at Law. Half day workshop. Evaluating the Evaluator: How to Recognize a Flawed Custody Study. Presented to Dakota County family law attorneys and judges, June 24, Helping the Alzheimer s Patient: Plain Talk and Practical Tools. Dr. George Kraus, Ph.D. Bloomington Minnesota. Meds Pon, August, 2011, all day workshop, 6 CEU s Personality Disorders: Targeted Therapeutic Interventions From Neuroscience, Dr. Margaret Wehrenberg, Psy.D.Premier Education Solutions. All day workshop 6 CEU s, August, 2011 Dallas 11: Contemporary Issues in Forensic Psychology, Dallas, TX, November 2-6, 2011
10 Advanced Topics in Criminal Forensic Evaluations: Alan Goldstein Ph.D.., ABPP Violence Risk Assessment: Daniel Neller, Psy.D., ABPP