1 TRICIA K. BROWN 9245 Oakcrest Dr. Lenexa, KS (913) EDUCATION Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Counseling, Idaho State University, (CACREP), 2000 Masters of Education in Guidance and Counseling, Whitworth College, 1997 Bachelors of Arts in Psychology, Central Washington University, 1991 EMPLOYMENT Mid-America Nazarene University August 2009 Current Professor Blend in-class and online teaching to instruct master s level students, assess student academic achievements and growing skills through supervision and classroom assessment. Jan June 2012 Marriage Couples and Family Program Director Coordinate, advise and supervise students, provide program reviews to University, Counseling Program, Program Board and CACREP. Implement changes that enhance performance and learning, handle student concerns and remediation needs March Current Chi Sigma Iota Academic Advisor Begin and coordinate university chapter of national honor society. Meet with students, recruit members, organize activities and officers, and furnish reports to national headquarters. Community Counseling and Play Therapy Center March 2010 Current Adjunct Professor Teach hybrid on-line face to face play therapy class in a post masters university play therapy center to students with at least a masters degrees in social work, psychology, counseling or related mental health field. Community Counseling and Play Therapy Center January 2010 Current Supervisor Provide supervision to licensed mental health professionals practicing play therapy and working towards registration as a Play Therapist - both online and face-to-face supervision. Mid-America Nazarene University May 2009 July 2009 Adjunct Professor Lecture, use technology to communicate in and out of class with students, assess student learning, and incorporate research and ethics specifically pertinent to topic.
2 EMPLOYMENT Continued June August 2009 Adjunct Faculty Supervisor Meet with students completing practicum work, in dyads, to review case presentations through verbal, written and video presentation of cases. Conduct site visits and meet with site supervisors. Tricia K. Brown, Ph.D., LPC, NCC LLC May Current Self employed Professional Counselor Counsel individuals, families, adolescents, adults and children in their home, church, or my office. Provide Supervision toward licensure for Provisionally Licensed Counselors and Marriage and Family Therapists in Missouri, toward LCPC licensure in Kansas and toward registration as a Play Therapist nationally. Mark Twain Area Counseling Center March 2006 June 2009 Contract Provider of Play Therapy Services Counsel children and their families through play therapy and family work. Select, purchase and maintain toys for play therapy. Review charts, collaborate and consult with other service providers. Present mental health information to the public, co-facilitate groups and provide contract mental health services to a school district Moberly Area Community College Kirksville and Edina Jan May2007 Instructor of Psychology Lecture simultaneously in two community college locations via Polycom connections; assess student-learning communication via online systems and in class assessments. Moberly Area Community College Moberly Aug 2006 Dec 2006 Instructor of Psychology Provide instruction, classroom management, and assessment of learning in three sections of General Psychology. Year at Home May 2004 March 2006 Director of Family Caregiving Coordinate medical, emotional, physical services, as well as, participate in and provide familial support during mother s final year. Truman State University May 2003 May 2004 Director of Counselor Preparation Programs Recruit, retain, and expand three CACREP accredited programs--school Counseling, Student Affairs and Community Counseling. Aug 2000 May 2004 Assistant Professor of Counseling Teach and supervise masters students in the three CACREP accredited counseling programs. Review and make recommendations on student applications to the program.
3 EMPLOYMENT Continued Aug 2000 May 2004 Coordinator of School Counseling Program Design new summer and evening program. Teach school counseling specific masters classes. Supervise and consult with students interested in school counseling. Create portfolio system for new certification requirements. Designate funds from school counseling endowment. Prepare for and present program for NCATE and DESE teams. Idaho State University Graduate Assistant and Doctoral Student Director of Family Play Therapy Program Early Learning Center Site supervisor for masters and doctoral students. Choose students to counsel in the program. Assess appropriateness of clients for students. Review videotaped sessions. Read and discuss case notes. Provide weekly evaluation and assignments. Write final end of the semester evaluations. Administrative supervisor for masters and doctoral students. Make referrals. Create forms. Purchase supplies. Contact parents. Consult with teachers and Early Learning Center Director. Supervise the Play Therapy Program serving an average of eight clients per week. Idaho State University Graduate Assistant and Doctoral Student Director of Family Play Therapy Program Early Learning Center Site supervisor for masters and doctoral students. Choose students to counsel in the program. Assess appropriateness of clients for students. Review videotaped sessions. Read and discuss case notes. Provide weekly evaluation and assignments. Write final end of the semester evaluations. Administrative supervisor for masters and doctoral students. Make referrals. Create forms. Purchase supplies. Contact parents. Consult with teachers and Early Learning Center Director. Supervise the Play Therapy Program serving an average of eight clients per week Assistant Program Director Parent Education Program in the Family Counseling and Education Center Design and implement structure of Parent Education Program provided to community as a resource and to masters and doctoral students as a training experience Graduate Assistant Provide supervision to master s students in all stages of their development including Practicum and Internship supervision. Teach masters level classes. Mentor masters students by being available to assist them, answer questions and offer additional supervision Masters Program Interviewer Interview prospective masters students for both night and day program. Assist in dyad directing during interview process. Answer any questions of candidates Masters Program Interviewer Interview prospective masters students for satellite evening program. Assist dyad directing during interview process. Answer any questions of candidates.
4 Counseling Experience Tricia K. Brown, Ph.D., LPC,LCPC, NCC LLC May Current Self employed Professional Counselor Counsel individuals, families, adolescents, adults and children in their home, church, or my office. Provide Supervision toward licensure for Provisionally Licensed Counselors and Marriage and Family Therapists in Missouri, toward LCPC licensure in Kansas and toward registration as a Play Therapist nationally. Mark Twain Area Counseling Center March 2006 June 2009 Play Therapist Counsel children and their families through play therapy and family work. Select, purchase and maintain toys for play therapy. Review charts, collaborate and consult with other service providers. Present mental health information to the public, co-facilitate groups and provide contract mental health services to a school district Family Care Center Counselor and Play Therapist Counselor Counsel adolescents and adults individually in family sessions and in-home settings using a faith-based model. Review and file reports for court cases, physicians and others working with my clients. Collaborate with other mental health care providers and office manager handling insurance issues Play Therapist Counsel children, adolescents and those with developmental delays using play therapy techniques. Equip and maintain two play rooms for the Family Care Center. Keep case notes and the appropriate documentation for each client. Communicate regularly with parents and caregivers. Collaborate with the staff physician regarding shared clients. Counseling and Testing Center Idaho State University Counselor Counsel individual students enrolled for college or vocational training credit. Provide referrals to medical services, groups and additional testing as necessary. Maintain case notes and treatment plans. Assess readiness for and accomplish terminations and followup appointments Genesis Counseling Center 1997 Counseling Internship and Practicum Student Provide individual counseling to a variety of clients. Meet with parents. Keep case notes. Staff clients and give input to other clinicians regarding their cases. Co-lead a psycho education group for adults on Biblical Mentoring.
5 Counseling Experience Continued Ellensburg Crisis Pregnancy Center Volunteer Counselor and Hotline Respondent Meet with clients and discuss behavioral, emotional and physical choices they made and had been making along with their long-term goals in these areas. Provide support as these women faced difficult decisions and often crises in their lives. Offer information about community resources. Park Creek Chemical Dependency Program Summer, 1991 Student Psychology Intern Co-lead chemical dependency support groups for incarcerated males between the ages of 12 and 21. Attend coining ceremonies, family days, and evening house meetings. Write case notes. Make reports. Cook for and with clients. Participate in giving and charging points based on client s behavior. Driving and chaperoning clients on outings. SUPERVISION March Current Play Therapy Supervisor Provide supervision of play therapy to individuals both in the process of obtaining registration and those who are practicing in the field. Offer consultation and support, read and advise on written reports and client parent interactions as well as treatment plans and diagnosis May 2004 Current Post Graduate LCP Supervisor Provide postgraduate supervision to provisionally licensed counselors and to licensed professional counselors in a variety of clinical settings. Aug 1997-May 2000, Aug 2000-May 2004, June 2009 Current Faculty Supervisor Meet with students completing practicum and internship in dyads, to review case presentations through verbal, written and video presentation of cases. Conduct site visits and meet with site supervisors. May 2011-Aug 2011 Doctoral Supervision Provide supervision of marriage couples and family work for doctoral student doing clinical practicum for an on-line doctorate from a Christian University Jan 2008 Aug 2009 Post Graduate Marriage and Family Therapists Supervisor Provide supervision of a Supervised Marriage and Family Therapist who is working in a domestic violence shelter with victims of crimes May 2004 Dec 2008 Post Graduate LPC Supervisor Provide supervision for Provisionally Licensed Counselors working with working in a variety of settings. Aug 2000 May 2004 Faculty Supervisor Truman State University Prepare and host informational meeting for all site supervisors. Meet with students to discuss and review videotaped counseling sessions as well as provide information and supervision to those students who present with questions and no videotape.
6 SUPERVISION Continued July 2009-Current MidAmerica Nazarene University Faculty Supervisor Meet with students to discuss and review videotaped counseling sessions as well as provide information and supervision to those students who present with questions and no videotape. Facilitate triadic supervision when appropriate. Conduct site visits , current Practicum Lab Supervisor Provide structure for beginning group supervision class. Conduct supervision with multiple students, learning styles and developmental needs. Meet with students individually and view tapes, answer questions and assign grades , current Internship Lab Supervisor Conduct group supervision for second year student counselors. Prepare students for interviews and the world of work or further schooling , current Prepracticum Lab Supervisor Provide live supervision to beginning master s students. Meet individually and review tapes at student request. Design and participate in formative and summative evaluation of their skills Director of Family Counseling Supervision Family Counseling and Education Center Idaho State University Provide live supervision of family sessions with masters students using a reflecting team and phone in. Meet with master s students for additional supervision Site Supervisor Counseling and Testing Center Play Therapy Lead staff meetings for the play therapy program. Meet individually with counselors and review videotapes of sessions. Give presentations to other staff on play therapy Assistant Director and Site Supervisor Play Therapy Program Supervise and co-lead peer supervision of masters students doing their practicum in the Play Therapy Program. TEACHING Aug 2009-Current Life Span Development a core curricular area Lecture, present, incorporate research, and test masters students on human development through the life span with emphasis on relevance to counselors. Use a variety of activities and moodle posts to engage student learning Human Growth and Development- a core curricular area Lecture, present, incorporate research, and test masters students on human development through the life span with emphasis on relevance to counselors Assistant Instructor Masters Level Human Growth and Development Write syllabi. Plan course. Develop, assign and assess projects, exams, and lectures.
7 TEACHING Continued Oct Current Helping skills a core curricular area Prepare students to meet with clients and assess their growing skills in working as counselors by providing instruction and supervised practice in class as well as feedback on out of class practice. Jan- March 2010 Independent Study in Helping skills- a core curricular area Facilitated the remediation of two students by offering the helping skills class a second term specifically for them and providing individual teaching and supervision Prepracticum Counseling Relationship Design, lecture, supervise and evaluate beginning counseling students. Prepare students to meet with clients and assess their growing skills in working as counselors Practicum Experience Supervise and teach counseling skills to masters students during their second, third and final counseling experience. Work with site supervisor and lab supervisors. Provide formative and summative evaluation of each student s progress. (These students include on-campus, evening program and off-campus program students.) Technique in Counseling Provide live supervision and feedback to beginning counseling students in a class/group setting. Work collaboratively with professors and other doctoral students in grading 2010-Current Child and Adolescent Counseling Present theory, ethics, and techniques unique to working with children and adolescents in a variety of settings. Assess student learning in these areas Current Group Counseling Theory a core curricular area Teach group counseling theories and techniques to masters students, focusing on experiential and theory learning Group Procedures a core curricular area Developed a class structure approach that is still used by subsequent instructors Co-Facilitator and Instructor of Group Class- a core curricular area Co-facilitate a small group experience. Give two lectures to the class. March Current Play Therapy 2 Create a dynamic environment through use new technology to assist learning and connect students in a hybrid class with half on line and half in person instruction, grading and relationship building to facilitate discussion. May 2010-July2012 Family Education Experience Teach and facilitate a community or overseas experience for students in the marriage couple and family track of the counselor education program. May 2012 Family Education Experience UGANDA Teach and facilitate a community or overseas experience for students in the marriage couple and family track of the counselor education program.
8 TEACHING Continued March2010 July 2012 Practicum in Marriage Couples and Family Counseling Assist students with the transition to seeing clients and professional identity and behavior. Supervise and facilitate peer consultation with Masters students in the Marriage Couples and Family track as they see individual, group and systems clients in various settings. Work with site supervisors and clinical director. Provide formative and summative evaluation of each student s progress. July 2010-July2012 Marriage and Family Internship level 1 Evaluate and discuss case notes, assessments and case conceptualizations. Supervise and facilitate peer consultation with Masters students in the Marriage Couples and Family track as they see individual, group and systems clients in various settings. Work with site supervisors and clinical director. Provide formative and summative evaluation of each student s progress. Jan March 2010 Career Counseling a core curricular area Co-create a fully online course using a selection of technology strategies, including podcasts, online discussion groups, supplemental readings and community research projects to facilitate student learning in the basic principles, theories, and practices of career counseling with an emphasis on career choices over a life span. Jan March 2010 Family Counseling Lecture, test, and facilitate exploration and creative ways of learning family counseling theories in a way that is relevant to pastoral counselors, school counselors, marriage couples and family counselors as well as mental health counselors Family Theories in Counseling Lecture, test, and facilitate exploration and creative ways of learning family counseling theories with students in School Counseling and Community Counseling Assistant Instructor Masters Level Family Theories Prepare lectures, exam questions and assist in grading. June2010 Aug2012 Systemic Foundations of Family Issues Engage students in exploration of own beliefs and expose them to a systemic way of thinking specifically in working with diverse client backgrounds and needs. Facilitate discussions of current and past research and current events as they apply to individuals, couples, families, and society. Introduce students to the family life cycle stages and tasks that contribute to healthy family functioning. May July 2009 Individual and Family Assessment in Counseling Lecture, use technology to communicate in and out of class with students, assess student learning, and incorporate research and ethics specifically pertinent to topic.
9 TEACHING Continued 2007 May 2007 General Psychology Lecture simultaneously in two community college locations via Polycom connections; assess student-learning communication via online systems and in class assessments. Aug 2006 Dec 2006 General Psychology Provide instruction, classroom management, and assessment of learning in three sections of General Psychology Research in Counseling Thesis Assist students in the writing, researching and publishing of their counseling research including all phases of the research process The Counseling Profession Ethics- a core curricular area Introduce students to the counseling profession, ethics, licensure, certifications and endorsement area distinctions Psychometric Techniques Teach school counseling students the concepts of intelligence testing. Facilitate practice with Wechsler and Stanford-Binet tests Co-Instructor Doctoral Level Supervision of Counseling Prepare lectures and facilitate instruction of first year doctoral level students in theories and application of counseling supervision practice Co-Instructor Undergraduate Communications Class Write and give lectures, interactive class experiences, quizzes and exams. Develop syllabi. Determine and report final grades. COMMITTEE/SERVICE Consultation to Kaw Prairie Community Church leadership Spring 2013 Chair Faculty Development Committee current Chartered and Advise Chi Sigma Iota current Counseling Technology Committee Faculty Development Committee 2011-current Service Area: Admissions 2009-current Service Area: Potential Applicants 2009-current Service Area: Public Relations Service Area: Orientation Coordination Head of Faculty Search Committee, 2004 Truman s Higher Learning Commission Self-Study Design and Implementation Subgroup Member of Professional Education Unit Truman State University, Graduate Counsel Alternate, Head of Faculty Search Committee, 2003
10 COMMITTEE/SERVICE Continued Member of Faculty Search Committee, 2001 Member of Faculty Search Committee, 2000 Member of Association of Counselor Education and Supervision Reviewer for Proposals for the ACES National Convention, New Orleans, 2000 Assisted in selection of recipients for ACES Research Awards, 1999 North Central ACES Research Awards Committee Region s Representative, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2004 Chair of three student Masters Thesis Committees Member of ten student Masters Thesis Committees PRESENTATIONS Trauma and Stress in Our Society: Ever Growing Toll : Northeast Missouri Church Leadership Workshop Sep 10, 2013 Helping Children and Adolescents in Crisis: Coping with Trauma, Grief, and Loss Chi Sigma Iota Quincy University June 7, 2013 Youth Workers need to know Kaw Prairie Community Church May 2013 Cross Cultural Counseling and Learning: Training Counselors by Serving in Uganda Christian Association for Psychological Studies April 5, 2013 Self Inflicted Death and Survivors: Suicide and our Community Northeast Missouri Church Leadership Workshop March 12,2013 Brokenness Kaw Prairie Community Church Aug 12 th 2013 Women and Mental Health Community Women s Organization Aug 12 th 2013 Counseling Children Who s Guardians Don t Play Well Together : Supervising and Supporting Counselors in their Work Amidst Conflicting Guardians North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Kansas City Oct 2012 The Art of Creating Counselors North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Kansas City Oct 2012 Strengths and Needs of an adoptive community in Jinja Uganda May 2012 Parents of Teens: Support and Challenge Kaw Prairie Community Church WILD May 2012 Childs Play in Counselor Education: How We Supervise and Train Students in the Counseling of Children ACES Conference Oct 2011 Triadic Supervision, Counselor Education and Post Graduate Supervision: What We Know and What We Do ACES Conference Oct 2011 Play Therapy: an Overview American Counseling Association of Missouri Fall Seminar St. Louis Oct. 30, 2010 Triadic Supervision in Counselor Education Explored North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Chicago Oct 15, 2010 Play Therapy with Adults American Counseling Association of Missouri conference April 15, 2010
11 PRESENTATIONS Continued Accurate and Effective Diagnosis in Children Kansas Counselor Association March 11, 2010 Childhood Diagnosis: Communicating with Parents Kansas Counselor Association March 12, 2010 Exploring a Model of Existential Supervision Kansas Counselor Association March 12, 2010 Anger management for moms and preschoolers Garnder MOPS Sep 2009 Church Leadership Workshop presentation Wounded People April 7, 2009 Goals of Misbehavior Feb12, 2009 Family and Community Enrichment Project, Schuyler County R-I Schools Suicide Prevention and QPR Presentation Truman State University Death and Dying Class December 4, 2008 Suicide Prevention in Work and Social Settings Professional Development Institute Truman State University November 13, 2008 Suicide Prevention and Survivor Care Randolph County October 24, 2008 Mental Health Issues and Suicide Prevention presentation to Kirksville law enforcement August 12, 2008 Play Therapy an Introduction Creve Coeur Counseling Institute June 14, 2008 Mental Health Issues and Suicide Prevention presentation to area law enforcement June 11, 2008 Northeast Missouri Church Leadership Workshop presentation Sharpening your counseling skills Feb, 12,08 QPR Presentation to UMC Columbia student life staff QPR Presentation at Schyuler County RI school to teaching staff Dec.07 QPR Presentation at UMC to the social work honor student group Oct QPR Presentation at Crosspoint Residential Care Facility July 9, 2007 QPR Presentation at Mark Twain Area Counseling Center February 23, 2007 Play Therapy presentation to Regional Center Winter Conference, December 1, 2006 QPR at Rural Advocates for Independent Living Nov QPR Presentation to Health Care Administrators Dec2006 Presented at Northeast Missouri Caring Communities Pastor s Workshop, April, 2006, Marriage and Family Counseling Presented at American Counseling Association Conference, April, 2004, Exploring Clergy Members Child Abuse Reporting Decisions Presented at Northeast Missouri Caring Communities Pastor s Workshop, February, 2003, Brushing Up Your Counseling Skills Presented at Northeast Missouri Caring Communities Pastor s Workshop, December, 2001, Our Counseling Skills Presented at the American Counseling Association Conference, March, 2001, Becoming a Caregiver to Aging Parents Presented at ISI Health Fair, March, 2000, Talking to Children: Praise Versus Encouragement
12 PRESENTATIONS Continued Presented at the Idaho Counseling Association Conference, October, 1999, Supervision Issues and Techniques in Play Therapy Presented at the Idaho Counseling Association Conference, October, 1999, Mental Health Counseling Issues in Rural Settings Presented at Idaho State University s College of Health Professions Research Day, April 3, 1998, Poster Session, Brown, T., Elam, G. & Etchison, M., & Slott, B. Adjustment to Chronic or Severe Illness in Older Couples Presented at Park Wood Meadows Retirement Home staff training, 1997, Elderly Suicide Issues, Signs, & Prevention Presented in Freshmen Seminar at Idaho State University, Fall, 19998, on Conflict Resolution Presented in Parent Education Class at Idaho State University, Fall 1998, on Developmental Issues in Parent Education Program Presented at Graying of America workshop in Idaho Falls, Idaho, June 25, 1998, on Care Givers of the Elderly and on Suicidality in the Elderly Presented at the Early Learning Center s Staff Retreat, August, 1998, Communication with Parents: Having the Tough Talks Presented at Parkwood Meadows Retirement Home staff training, 1998, Death, Bereavement and Loss in the Retirement Home: Family, Resident, and Staff Issues Presented at the Early Learning Center s staff training, November 1998, Goals of Misbehavior PUBLICATIONS Brown, T. (2003). Play Therapy. In Dingman, R. L. & Weaver, J. D. (Ed) Days in the Lives of Counselors, (Chap. 4). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon. Brown, T., Kleist, M. D. (1999). Alzheimer s Disease and the Family: Current Research. The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, Vol. 7 No. 1, January, 1999, Brown, T., Elam, A. G., Ethchison, M., & Slott, B. (1999). Adjustment to Chronic or Severe Illness in Older Couples. The Family Digest: International Association of Marriage and Family Counseling, 11 (4) 1, 4-5. MEMBERSHIPS Member of Chi Sigma Iota, , 2009 Current Member of North Central Region Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, 2001, Current Member of Christian Association for Psychological Studies current Member of Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, , Current
13 MEMBERSHIPS Continued Member of American Counseling Association , Current Member of American Counseling Association of Missouri Member of Kansas Counseling Association 2009 Current Member of American Play Therapy Association, 1998 Current Member of Kansas Play Therapy Association Current Member of Missouri Chapter of American Play Therapy Association, 2000 Current Member of International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors, , Member of American School Counselor Association, Member of Missouri School Counseling Association, Member of Idaho Chapter of American Play Therapy Association, Member of Idaho Counseling Association, Member of Idaho Counseling Association, Member of Idaho Association of Marriage and Family Counselors, CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS Attended Christian Association for Psychological Studies Portland Or April 2013 Attended North Central ACES annual conference in Kansas City Oct,2012 Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors national Conference ACES annual conference in Tennessee, Oct 2011 Attended American Counseling Association conference, March 2011 Attended North Central ACES annual conference in Chicago, Oct 13-16, 2010 Attended Kansas Play Therapy Association Annual conference May13-14, 2010 Attended Supervision in Play Therapy by Richard Gaskill May 13, 2010 Attended American Counseling Association of Missouri Annual conference April 2010 Attended Understanding and Promoting Forgiveness by Everett Worthingtion at MidAmerica Nazarene University Nov. 21, 2009 Attended Sexual Addiction: The Diagnosis and Treatment by Dr Laaser at College of the Nazarene Jan. 28, 2010 Attended Kansas Counselor Association March 11-12, 2010 Attended Missouri Association of Play Therapy Annual conference June 2009 Attended American Counseling Association of Missouri Conference April 10-11, 2008 Attended Adlerian Play Therapy for Experienced Therapists March 5-9, 2007 Attended 23 rd Annual Association of Play Therapy International Conference Oct 2006 Attended Missouri Association of Play Therapy Annual conference July 2006 Attended Filial (Parent-Child) Play Therapy July 2006 Attended Understanding Autism, Aspersers and Sensory Integration: A Multifaceted Treatment Approach, 2005 Attended Transforming the Difficult Child, June 2005 Attended Sandtrays in Play Therapy: Beginner, 2004
14 CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS Continued Attended Sandtrays in Play Therapy: Intermediate, 2004 Attended ACA Conference, 1998, 1999, 2001, and 2004 Co-Facilitated January Conference Session, Truman State University, 2003 Attended ASCA Conference, 2003 Attended Association for Play Therapy: 19 th Annual International Conference, 2002 Attended Department of Secondary and Elementary Education Fall Conference, Attended Department of Secondary and Elementary Education Spring Conference, Attended ASCA Conference, 2001 Attended Treating Anxiety, Depression and Anger Effectively: Therapeutic Methods That Work with Albert Ellis, April, 2001 American Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Service I Training, March, 2001 Maltreatment and Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenting Program Training, February, 2001 Attended Department of Secondary and Elementary Education Fall Conference, 2000 Attended National Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, 1999 Attended Play Therapy for Anxious/Perfectionist Children Workshop, 1999 Attended Idaho Counseling Association Conference, 1997, 1998, and 1999 Attended Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, 1997 and 1998 Attended Art Therapy Workshop in Pocatello, Idaho, 1998 Attended Idaho Association of Play Therapy s Workshop with Eliana Gill, 1998 Attended Short Term Play Therapy with Disruptive Children Workshop, 1999 Attended Post-Traumatic Play Therapy Workshop, 1999 Attended Group Play Therapy Techniques Workshop, 1999 LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS AND REGISTRATIONS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Kansas Licensed Professional Counselor Missouri Registered Play Therapist- Supervisor Nationally Certified Counselor Chi Sigma Iota honor society member
15 REFERENCES Linda Alexander, Ph.D., Dean of Education and Counseling MidAmerica Nazarene University 2030 East College Way Olathe, Ks (913) Rebeca Chow, LCPC, LCP, RPT-S Play Therapy Certificate Program Coordinator MidAmerica Nazarene University 2030 East College Way Olathe, Ks (913) Dr. Stephen Feit, Ed.D. Professor, Chair of Counseling Department Idaho State University Department of Counseling Box 8120 Pocatello, ID Phone: (208)