BRIAN EDWARD BRIDE. School of Social Work Georgia State University Urban Life Building, Suite 1243 Atlanta, GA (404)

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "BRIAN EDWARD BRIDE. School of Social Work Georgia State University Urban Life Building, Suite 1243 Atlanta, GA 30303 (404) 413-1052 bbride@gsu."

Transcription

1 BRIAN EDWARD BRIDE School of Social Work Georgia State University Urban Life Building, Suite 1243 Atlanta, GA (404) M.P.H. in Quantitative Methods Harvard School of Public Health Boston, Massachusetts EDUCATION 2001 Ph.D. in Social Work Dissertation: Psychometric Properties of the Secondary Traumatic Stress Scale. University of Georgia Athens, Georgia 1995 M.S.W. with a Clinical Concentration Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida 1991 B.S. in Psychology University of Florida ACADEMIC POSITIONS Tenured/Tenure-earning Appointments Professor, School of Social Work, Georgia State University, 2014 present. Professor, School of Social Work, University of Georgia, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, University of Georgia, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, University of Georgia, Assistant Professor, College of Social Work, University of Tennessee, Administrative Appointments Director, School of Social Work, Georgia State University, 2014 present. Director, Ph.D. Program, School of Social Work, University of Georgia, 2011 present. Chair, Research Task Force, School of Social Work, University of Georgia, 2010 present. Interim Associate Dean, School of Social Work, University of Georgia, Director, MSW Program, School of Social Work, University of Georgia, Graduate Coordinator, School of Social Work, University of Georgia, Co-Director, Northern Ireland Study Abroad Program, University of Georgia, Affiliate Appointments Fellow, Owens Institute for Behavioral Research, University of Georgia, 2009 present.

2 Faculty, Marriage & Family Therapy Certificate Program, University of Georgia, 2005 present. Graduate Faculty, The Graduate School, University of Georgia, 2004 present. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Consultant. Provide services and consultation to human services professionals and organizations, including workshops, grant-writing, and program evaluation, present. Outcomes Management Coordinator, St. Jude s Recovery Center, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, Project Assist Coordinator. St. Jude s Recovery Center, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, Case Manager/Primary Therapist. St. Jude s Recovery Center, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, Clinician, RESPOND Team, Ridgeview Institute, Smyrna, Georgia, Clinical Social Work Intern, James A. Haley Veterans Hospital, Tampa, Florida, Clinical Social Work Intern, Florida State Hospital, Chattahoochee, Florida, Crisis Line Counselor, Alachua County Crisis Center, Gainesville, Florida, Books PUBLICATIONS 4. Figley, C.R., & Bride, B.E. (Eds.) (under contract). Compassion fatigue (2 nd ed.). London: Routledge. 3. MacMaster, S.A., Bride, B.E., & Davis, C. (Eds.) (2009). Women and HIV/AIDS: An international perspective. London: Routledge. 2. Bride, B.E. & MacMaster, S.A. (Eds.) (2008). Stress, trauma, and substance use. London: Routledge. 1. Figley, C.R., Bride, B.E., & Mazza, N. (Eds.) (1997). Death and trauma: The traumatology of grieving. London: Taylor and Francis. Journal Articles (*denotes invited article) 54. Aletraris, L., Paino, M., Bride, B.E., & Roman, P.R. (in press). The use of art and music therapy in substance abuse treatment programs. Journal of Addictions Nursing. 53. Sims, O.T., Whalen, C.C., Nackerud, L.G., & Bride, B.E. (2014). Longitudinal effects of SSRI therapy and cytokine-induced depression on Hepatitis C viral logs during antiviral therapy. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, 34, Kintzle, S., Yarvis, J., & Bride, B.E. (2013). Secondary traumatic stress in military primary and mental healthcare providers. Military Medicine, 178, McClatchey, R.S., Vonk, M.E., Lee, J., & Bride, B.E. (2013). Traumatic and complicated grief among children One or Two Constructs? Death Studies, 38,

3 50. Abraham, A.J., Bride, B.E., & Roman, P.M. (2013). Public attitudes toward persons with alcohol use disorder (AUDs): The role of social contact and treatment-seeking behavior. Sociological Focus, 46, Sims, O.T., Whalen, C.C., Nackerud, L.G., & Bride, B.E. (2013). Birth cohort screening for hepatitis C virus: Implications for social workers in health care settings. Social Work in Healthcare, 52, Bride, B.E., Abraham, A., Kintzle, S., & Roman, P.M. (2013). Social workers knowledge and perceptions of effectiveness and acceptability of medication assisted treatment of substance use disorders. Social Work in Health Care, 52, Abraham, A.J., Knudsen, H.K., Bride, B.E., & Roman, P.M. (2013). Patient characteristics and availability of onsite non-rapid and rapid HIV testing in US substance use disorder treatment programs. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 44, Bride, B.E., Kintzle, S., Abraham, A., & Roman, P.M. (2012). Counselor attitudes toward and utilization of evidence-based practices in private SUD treatment: A comparison of social workers and non-social workers. Health & Social Work, 37, Humble, M.N., Bride, B.E., Kolomer, S.K., & Reeves, P. (2012). Evolution of a virus: Framing of HIV/AIDS in social work journals. Social Work. 44. *Bride, B.E. (2012). Screening for secondary traumatic stress in child welfare. Child Welfare Rothrauff, T.C., Abraham, A.J., Bride, B.E., & Roman, P.M. (2011). Incentive-related human resource practices for substance use disorder counselors: Salaries, benefits, and training. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 29, Hatcher, S.S., Bride, B.E., Oh, H., Pantino, L. (2011). Secondary traumatic stress in juvenile justice workers: An assessment of DJJ education staff exposure to trauma imagery. Journal of Correctional Healthcare, 17, Humble, M.N., Pilkinton, M.W., McGlynn, L.M., & Bride, B.E. (2011). HIV/AIDS: Measuring an evolving virus. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 21, Abraham, A.J., O Brien, L., Bride, B.E., & Roman, P.M. (2011). HIV/AIDS services in private substance abuse treatment centers. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 115, Bride, B.E., & Kintzle, S. (2011). Secondary traumatic stress, job satisfaction, and turnover intention in substance abuse counselors. Traumatology, 17, Killeen, T., Greenfield, S.F., Bride, B.E., Cohen, L., Gordon, S.M., Roman, P.M. (2011). Assessment and treatment of co-occurring eating disorders in publicly funded addiction treatment programs. American Journal on Addictions, 20, Rothrauff, T., Abraham, A.J., Bride, B.E., & Roman, P.M. (2011). Availability, treatment approaches in, and characteristics of private centers offering special programs for older adults. Substance Abuse, 32, Bride, B.E., Abraham, A.J., & Roman, P.M. (2011). Organizational factors associated with the use of contingency management in publicly funded substance abuse treatment centers. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 40,

4 35. Rothrauff, T.C., Abraham, A.J., Bride, B.E., & Roman, P.M. (2011). Occupational turnover intentions among substance abuse counselors. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 40, Bride, B.E., Abraham, A.J., & Roman, P.M. (2010). Diffusion of contingency management and attitudes regarding its effectiveness and acceptability. Substance Abuse, 31, Kintzle, S., & Bride, B.E. (2010). Intervention following a sudden death: The social workmedical examiner model. Health & Social Work, 35, Chaumba, J., & Bride, B.E. (2010). Trauma experiences and posttraumatic stress disorder among women in the US military. Social Work in Mental Health, 8, Bride, B.E., & Figley, C.R. (2009). Secondary trauma and caregivers of military personnel. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 79, Humble, M.N., & Bride, B.E. (2009). HIV/AIDS in communities of color: A Lasswellian analysis. Health & Social Work, 34, Bride, B.E., Hatcher, S.S., & Humble, M.N. (2009). Trauma training, trauma practices, and secondary traumatic stress among substance abuse counselors. Traumatology, 15, Cummings, S.M., Bride, B.E., Cassie, K.M., & Rawlins-Shaw, A.M. (2008). Evidencebased psychosocial treatments for older adults with substance abuse disorders. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 50, Humble, M., & Bride, B.E. (2008). Fallout from communism: The role of feminism in fighting HIV/AIDS among women in Russia. Journal of Human Behavior and the Social Environment, 17, *MacMaster, S.A., Bride, B.E., Davis, C.L., & Doktor, L. (2008). International perspectives on women and HIV: An overview. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 17, Bride, B.E. (2008). Adoption of effective interventions for substance misusing women. Substance Use & Misuse, 43, Bride, B.E., & Humble, M.N. (2008). Increasing retention of african-american women on welfare in outpatient substance user treatment using low-magnitude incentives. Substance Use & Misuse, 43, *Bride, B.E., & Figley, C.R. (2007). The fatigue of compassionate social workers: An introduction to the special issue on compassion fatigue. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35, Bride, B.E., Radey, M., & Figley, C.R. (2007). Measuring compassion fatigue. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35, Bride, B.E. & Walls, E. (2007). Secondary traumatic stress in substance abuse treatment. Journal of Teaching in the Addictions, 5, 5-20.

5 20. Bride, B.E. (2007). Prevalence of secondary traumatic stress among social workers. Social Work, 52, Bride, B.E., Jones, J.L., & MacMaster, S.A. (2007). Correlates of secondary traumatic stress in child welfare workers. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 4, Bride, B.E. & Jones, J.L. (2006). Secondary traumatic stress in child welfare workers: Exploring the role of supervisory culture. Professional Development: The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education, 9, Bride, B.E. & MacMaster, S.A., Webb-Robins, L. (2006). Is integrated treatment of cooccurring disorders more effective than non-integrated treatment? Best Practices in Mental Health: An International Journal, 2, Cummings, S.M., Bride, B.E., & Rawlins-Shaw, A.M. (2006). Alcohol abuse treatment for older adults: A review of recent empirical research. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 3, * Bride, B.E. & MacMaster, S.A. (2005). Stress, trauma, and substance use: An overview. Stress, Trauma and Crisis: An International Journal, 8, Ting, L., Jacobson, J., Sanders, S., Bride, B.E., Harrington, D. (2005). The Secondary Traumatic Stress Scale: Confirmatory factor analyses in a national sample of mental health social workers. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 11, Hoffman, N.G., Bride, B.E., MacMaster, S.A., Abrantes, A.M., & Estroff, T.W. (2004). Identifying co-occurring disorders in adolescent populations. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 23(4), Smith, B. & Bride, B.E. (2004). Positive Impact: A community-based mental health center for persons affected by HIV. Health & Social Work, 29, Cummings, S.M, Kropf, N.P., Cassie, K.M. & Bride, B.E. (2004). Evidence-based treatment for older adults. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 1, Bride, B.E. (2004). The impact of providing psychosocial services to traumatized populations. Stress, Trauma, and Crisis: An International Journal, 7, Bride, B.E., Robinson, M.R., Yegidis, B., & Figley, C.R. (2004). Development and validation of the Secondary Traumatic Stress Scale. Research on Social Work Practice, 14, Cohen, R., Simpson, K., & Bride, B.E. (2004). Treating anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 1, Bride, B.E. & Real, E. (2003). Project Assist: A modified therapeutic community for homeless women living with HIV/AIDS and chemical dependency. Health & Social Work, 28, Bride, B.E., Jones, J., MacMaster, S.A., & Shatila, S. (2003). The Tennessee Child Protective Services Supervisors Development Project: Evaluating process, outcome, and the role of secondary traumatic stress and burnout. Professional Development: The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education, 6(2),

6 5. Bride, B.E. & Smith, B. (2003). Responding to the mental health needs of Mexican immigrants affected by HIV: The Georgia CHAMPS Project. Social Perspectives- Perspectivas Sociales, 5, Bride, B.E. & Nackerud, L. (2002). The disease model of alcoholism: A Kuhnian paradigm. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 29, Bride, B.E. (2001). Single-gender treatment of substance abuse: Impact on treatment retention and completion. Social Work Research, 25, Bride, B.E., Womack, B.G., & MacMaster, S.A. (2001). Promising treatments for dual diagnosis. The Dual Network, 2, Markward, M. & Bride, B. (2001). Oppositional defiant disorder: The need for familycentered services. Children & Schools, 23, Manuscripts under review 6. King, D.M., Hatcher, S.S., & Bride, B.E. (under review). Teen dating violence: Predictors of adolescent perpetration. 5. Rieckman, T., Abraham, A., Bride, B.E., Belenko, S., & Roman, P.R. (under review). Accelerating implementation of psychosocial interventions in substance abuse treatment: The impact of research network participation. Drug Abuse and Dependence. 4. Bride, B.E., Olin, I., & Roman, P.M. (under review). Patient violence towards counselors in SUD treatment programs: Prevalence, predictors, and response. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 3. Young, S.M., Bride, B.E., Roman, P.M. (under review). Wraparound services in SUD treatment. 2. Pruett, J., Bride, B.E., & Roman, P.M. (under review). MAT adoption in programs serving criminal justice involved patients. 1. Morse, S., Watson, C., MacMaster, S., & Bride, B.E. (under review). A comparison of older and younger adults in residential treatment for co-occurring disorders: Baseline characteristics and retention. Journal of Dual Diagnosis. Book chapters 8. Bride, B.E. (2012). Secondary traumatic stress. In C.R. Figley (Ed.), Encyclopedia of trauma. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 7. Bride, B.E. (2012). Trauma social work research. In C.R. Figley (Ed.), Encyclopedia of trauma. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 6. Bride, B.E., & Figley, C.R. (2010). Compassion fatigue. In B.S. Fisher & S.P. Lab (Eds.), Encyclopedia of victimology and crime prevention. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 5. Humble, M., & Bride, B.E. (2008). Fallout from communism: The role of feminism in fighting HIV/AIDS among women in Russia. In MacMaster, S.A., Bride, B.E., & Davis, C. (Eds.) (2009). Women and HIV/AIDS: An international perspective. London: Routledge.

7 Previously published as Journal of Human Behavior and the Social Environment, 17, MacMaster, S.A., Bride, B.E., Davis, C.L., & Doktor, L. (2008). International perspectives on women and HIV: An overview. In MacMaster, S.A., Bride, B.E., & Davis, C. (Eds.) (2009). Women and HIV/AIDS: An international perspective. London: Routledge. Previously published as Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 17, Cummings, S.M., Bride, B.E., Cassie, K.M., & Rawlins-Shaw, A.M. (2008). Substance abuse. In S.M. Cummings & N.P. Kropf (Eds.), Handbook of psychosocial interventions for older adults. London: Routledge. Previously published as Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 50S, Bride, B.E., Jones, J.L., & MacMaster, S.A. (2007). Correlates of secondary traumatic stress in child welfare workers. In J.L. Jones & P. Sundet (Eds.) Developing an empirically based practice initiative: A case study in CPS supervision (pp ). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press. Simultaneously published as Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 4, Ting, L., Jacobson, J., Sanders, S., Bride, B.E., Harrington, D. (2005). The Secondary Traumatic Stress Scale: Confirmatory factor analyses in a national sample of mental health social workers. In W.R. Nugent (Ed.), Approaches to Measuring Human Behavior in the Social Environment. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press. Simultaneously published as Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 11, Book reviews 6. Bride, B.E. (2013). Review of N.M. Petry s Contingency Management for Substance Abuse Treatment: A Guide to Implementing This Evidence-Based Practice (2012). Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 13, Bride, B.E. (2008). Review of C.R. Figley and R.G. Roop s Compassion Fatigue in the Animal-care Community (2006). Traumatology, 14, Bride, B.E. (2006). Review of C.R. Figley s Mapping Trauma and Its Wake (2006). Research on Social Work Practice, 16, Bride, B.E. (1999). Review of Williams, Unrau, & Grinnell s Introduction to Social Work Research (1997). Research on Social Work Practice, 9, Bride, B.E. (1995). Review of L.T. Austin s Babies for sale: The Tennessee Children s Home adoption scandal (1993). American Journal of Family Therapy, 23, Bride, B.E. (1995). Review of L.C. Terr s Too scared to cry: Psychic trauma in childhood (1990). American Journal of Family Therapy, 23, Technical reports 15. Gish, J., & Bride, B.E. (2008). Final report on the Trauma Intervention Center for Children and Adolescents (TICCA). Nashville, TN: Family & Children s Service, Inc.

8 14. Bride, B.E. (2005). A process evaluation of the Trauma Intervention Center for Children and Adolescents (TICCA): The second year. Nashville, TN: Family & Children s Service, Inc. 13. MacMaster, S.A., Shatila, S., & Bride, B.E. (2005). The Middle Tennessee HIV/AIDS Treatment Needs Assessment. Nashville, TN: Ryan White Community AIDS Partnership. 12. Bride, B.E. (2004). A process evaluation of the Trauma Intervention Center for Children and Adolescents (TICCA): The first year. Nashville, TN: Family & Children s Service, Inc. 11. MacMaster, S.A., Bride, B.E., & Shatila, S. (2004). The Nashville Area Recovery Alliance: A Case Study Year Three. Nashville, TN: Alcohol & Drug Council of Middle Tennessee. 10. MacMaster, S.A., Bride, B.E., & Jones, J.J. (2004). The Middle Tennessee HIV/AIDS Treatment Needs Assessment. Nashville, TN: Ryan White Community AIDS Partnership. 9. MacMaster, S.A., Bride, B.E., & Jones, J.J. (2004). HIV/AIDS Prevention Services Needs Assessment. Nashville, TN: Ryan White Community AIDS Partnership. 8. Bride, B.E., & MacMaster, S.A. (2003). The Young Women s Alcohol and Drug Services Project: A Process Evaluation. Nashville, TN: Alcohol & Drug Council of Middle Tennessee. 7. MacMaster, S.A., Bride, B.E., & Jones, J.J. (2003). The Middle Tennessee HIV/AIDS Treatment Needs Assessment. Nashville, TN: Ryan White Community AIDS Partnership. 6. MacMaster, S.A., Bride, B.E., & Jones, J.J. (2003). The Middle Tennessee HIV/AIDS Prevention Needs Assessment. Nashville, TN: Ryan White Community AIDS Partnership. 5. Bride, B.E., & MacMaster, S.A. (2002). The Nashville Area Recovery Alliance: A Case Study Year One. Nashville, TN: The Alcohol & Drug Council of Middle Tennessee. 4. Bride, B.E., & McFall-Roberts, E. (2001). St. Jude s Recovery Center, Inc. Outcomes Management Report, Fiscal Year Atlanta, GA: St. Jude s Recovery Center, Inc. 3. Bride, B.E. (2000). St. Jude s Recovery Center, Inc. Outcomes Management Report, Fiscal Year Atlanta, GA: St. Jude s Recovery Center, Inc. 2. Bride, B.E. (1999). St. Jude s Recovery Center, Inc. Outcomes Management Report, Fiscal Year Atlanta, GA: St. Jude s Recovery Center, Inc. 1. Bride, B.E. (1998). St. Jude s Recovery Center, Inc. Outcomes Management Report, Fiscal Year Atlanta, GA: St. Jude s Recovery Center, Inc. Other products

9 2. Bride, B.E., Kintzle, S., Mancini, D., & Martin, J. (2013). Secondary traumatic stress: Self-care for Survivor Outreach Services staff. Fact sheet developed for U.S. Army Survivor Outreach Services Program. 1. Bride, B.E. (2013). Chaplain self-care for secondary traumatic stress. Online training module for U.S. Army Chaplain Corps. Peer reviewed PRESENTATIONS 38. Lee, J., Bride, B.E., Kolomer, S., & Miller, S. (2014, January). The impact of trauma work on health perceptions of clinical social workers: The mediating role of secondary traumatic stress. Poster presented at the 2014 Annual Conference of The Society for Social Work and Research, San Antonio, Texas. 37. Quinn, A., Bride, B.E., Lee, J., Kolomer, S., & Miller, S. (2014, January). Examining clinical supervision as a moderator of trauma work, secondary trauma, and functional distress in clinical social workers. Poster presented at the 2014 Annual Conference of The Society for Social Work and Research, San Antonio, Texas. 36. Sims, O.T., Whalen, C.C., Nackerud, L., & Bride, B.E. (2014, January). SSRI therapy to manage depression in patients with hepatitis C virus: A 72 week retrospective study. Poster presented at the 2014 Annual Conference of The Society for Social Work and Research, San Antonio, Texas. 35. Yarvis, J., Kintzle, S., & Bride, B.E. (2013, November). Secondary traumatic stress in military mental health care providers. Paper accepted for presentation at the 2013 Meeting of AMSUS: The Society of Federal Health Professionals, Seattle, Washington. 34. Bride, B.E., Kintzle, S., & Yarvis, J. (2013, November). The conditional effect of secondary traumatic stress on burnout in military healthcare providers. Paper accepted for presentation at the 29 th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 33. King, D.M., Hatcher, S.S., & Bride, B.E. (2013, November). A longitudinal examination of adolescent female dating violence perpetration. Poster presented at the Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Dallas, Texas. 32. Bride, B.E., Olin, I., & Roman, P.M. (2013, October). Patient violence towards counselors in SUD treatment programs: Prevalence, predictors, and response. Poster presentation at the 2013 Addiction Health Services Research Conference, Portland, Oregon. 31. Oh, H., Hatcher, S.S., King, D.M., & Bride, B.E. (2012, January). Suicidality and health risk behaviors among youth in juvenile detention. Poster presented at the 2012 Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, D.C. 30. Abraham, A.J., O Brien, L.A., Knudsen, H.K., Bride, B.E., Smith, G.R., & Roman, P.M. (2011, October). Adoption of onsite non-rapid and rapid HIV testing in US substance use disorder (SUD) treatment programs: Are programs addressing patient needs? Poster presented at the 2011 Addiction Health Services Research Conference, Alexandria, Virginia.

10 29. Bride, B. E., Kintzle, S., & Roman, P. R. (2011, June). The factor structure of secondary traumatic stress: A comparison of models. Poster presented at the 12 th European Congress on Traumatic Stress, Vienna, Austria. 28. Bride, B.E., Abraham, A.J., Kintzle, S., & Roman, P.R. (2011, January). Social workers' knowledge, opinions, and adoption of pharmacological treatment for substance use disorders. Poster presented at the 2011 Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, Tampa, FL. 27. Bride, B.E., Kintzle, S., Abraham, A.J., & Roman, P.R. (2011, January). Social workers' knowledge, opinions, and adoption of motivational enhancement therapy and contingency management. Poster presented at the 2011 Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, Tampa, FL. 26. Bride, B.E., Abraham, A.J., Kintzle, S., & Roman, P.R. (2010, October). Social workers' knowledge, opinions, and adoption of pharmacological treatment for substance use disorders. Presented at the 2010 Addiction Health Services Research Conference, Lexington, KY. 25. Bride, B.E., Kintzle, S., Abraham, A.J., & Roman, P.R. (2010, October). Social workers' knowledge, opinions, and adoption of motivational enhancement therapy and contingency management. Poster presented at the 2010 Addiction Health Services Research Conference, Lexington, KY. 24. Bride, B.E., Hatcher, S.S., & Humble, M.H. (2010, January). Trauma training, practice, and secondary traumatic stress among substance abuse counselors. Poster presented at the 14 th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Francisco, CA. 23. Hatcher, S.S., Bride, B.E., Oh, H., & Pantino, L. (2010, January). The effects of working with traumatized youth: Assessment of secondary traumatic stress in DJJ teachers and staff. Poster presented at the 14 th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Francisco, CA. 22. Bride, B.E. (2009, November). Secondary traumatic stress, job satisfaction, and turnover ntention in addiction counselors. The 8 th International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, San Juan, Puerto Rico. 21. Rothrauff, T.C., Abraham, A.J., Bride, B.E., & Roman, P.R. (2009, November). Special programs for older adults in private substance abuse treatment centers. Presented at the 33 rd Annual Conference of the Association for Medical Education and Research on Substance Abuse, Bethesda, MD. 20. Rothrauff, T.C., Abraham, A.J., Bride, B.E., & Roman, P.R. (2009, October). Counselor financial incentives in private substance abuse treatment centers. Poster presentation at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference, San Francisco, CA. 19. Moder, C., Palmer, R., Jones, S., Durden, T., Brooks, P., Miller, S., Bride, B.E. (2009, September). The ICAPP Program. Poster presented at the 10 th Annual National Service and Outreach Conference, Athens, GA. 18. Hatcher, S., & Bride, B. (June, 2009). Secondary traumatic stress in juvenile justice workers: An assessment of DJJ education staff and exposure to trauma imagery. Paper presentation at the Eighth Annual Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, Honolulu, HI.

11 17. Bride, B.E. & Hatcher, S.S. (2007, October). Secondary traumatic stress among substance abuse counselors. Poster presented at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference, Athens, GA. 16. MacMaster, S.A., & Bride, B.E. (2005, January). The Young Women s Transition to Independence Project: The development of a consensus building process. Poster presentation at the Society for Social Work and Research 9 th Annual Conference, Miami, FL. 15. MacMaster, S.A., Jones, J.J., & Bride, B.E. (2004, November). Methodological issues in assessing the social service needs of individuals with HIV/AIDS. Presented at the 18 th Annual Conference of the American Evaluation Association, Atlanta, GA. 14. Bride, B.E., Jones, J.L., MacMaster, S.A., & Shatila, S. (2004, January). Prevalence and correlates of secondary traumatic stress in child protective services case managers and supervisors. Poster presentation at the Society for Social Work and Research 8 th Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA. 13. Ting, L., Jacobson, J., Sanders, S., & Bride, B.E. (2004, January). The Secondary Traumatic Stress Scale: A confirmatory factor analysis in a national sample of mental health social workers. Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research 8 th Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA. 12. Sabin, M. & Bride, B.E. (2003, October). Psychometric evaluation of a modified version of the Harvard Trauma Questionnaire for use with Spanish- and Mayan-speaking Guatemalan refugees. Poster presentation at the 19 th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Chicago, IL. 11. Bride, B.E. (2003, January). Increasing substance abuse treatment attendance and completion using low-magnitude incentives: A pilot study. Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research 7 th Annual Conference, Washington, D.C. 10. Bride, B.E. (2002, November). Combating compassion fatigue: Secondary traumatic stress and vicarious traumatization in social welfare. Presented at the Tennessee Conference on Social Welfare, Middle Eastern Training Conference, Knoxville, TN. 9. Sabin, M. & Bride, B.E. (2002, September). The theoretical construct of secondary traumatic stress and relevance to the humanitarian aid worker. Plenary session at the Managing Stress of the Humanitarian Aid Worker: An Integrated Approach Conference, Amsterdam. 8. MacMaster, S.A., Davis, C., & Bride, B.E. (2002, March). Facilitating change with motivational enhancement. Presented at the 2002 Tennessee Conference on Social Welfare Training Conference, Nashville, TN. 7. Bride, B.E. (2002, March). Combating compassion fatigue: Secondary traumatic stress and vicarious traumatization in social welfare. Presented at the 2002 Tennessee Conference on Social Welfare Training Conference, Nashville, TN. (two sessions). 6. Bride, B.E. (2002, January). Construct validity of the Secondary Traumatic Stress Scale. Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research 6 th Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.

12 5. Bride, B.E. (2001, December). Confirmatory factor analysis of the Secondary Traumatic Stress Scale. Poster presentation at the 17 th Annual Meeting for the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, New Orleans, Louisiana. 4. Bride, B.E. (2001, January). Moving from mixed-gender to gender-specific treatment of substance abuse: Impact on treatment retention and completion. Presented at the Society for Social Work Research 5 th Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. 3. Bride, B.E., Robinson, M.M., Yegidis, B. (2001, January). Secondary traumatic stress symptomology in social workers. Poster presentation at the Society for Social Work Research 5 th Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. 2. Bride, B.E. (2000, September). Combating compassion fatigue: Secondary traumatic stress and vicarious traumatization in social workers. Presented at the NASW-GA state conference, Atlanta, Georgia. 1. Gaudin, J., Robinson, M., & Bride, B.E. (1999, June). Implications of Senate Bill 611: Can facilitating early planning for children in foster care really work? Presented at the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children s 7 th Annual Colloquium, San Antonio, Texas. Invited 40. Bride, B.E. (2013, October). Secondary traumatic stress prevention for adoption and foster care workers. Presented to Families First, Atlanta, Georgia. 39. Bride, B.E. (2013, October). Secondary traumatic stress and self-care for professionals in special educational settings. Presented to the Oakland Meadows School, Lawrenceville, Georgia. 38. Bride, B.E. (2013, September). Motivational interviewing for dieticians. Presented to the Northeast Georgia Regional Association of Dieticians. Athens, Georgia. 37. Bride, B.E. (2013, August). Training US Army Chaplain Command to implement the chaplain self-care for secondary traumatic stress online training module. Fort Belvoir, Virginia. 36. Bride, B.E. (2013, May). Secondary traumatic stress in social work practice. A workshop delivered to University of Georgia School of Social Work field instructors. Athens, Georgia. 35. Bride, B.E. (2013, February). Self-care for school counselors. Presented at the Spring meeting of the Region 4 School Counselors Association. Athens, Georgia. 34. Bride, B.E. (2013, January). Secondary traumatic stress scale. Presented at the 27 th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment, San Diego, CA. 33. Bride, B.E. (2013, January). Secondary traumatic stress in child and family maltreatment. Presented at the 27 th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment, San Diego, CA.

13 32. Bride, B.E. (2012, October). Self-care for social workers: Dealing with secondary trauma and burnout. Presentation to the Clarke County School District Department of Social Work. Athens, GA. 31. Bride, B.E. (2012, May). Developing a Career Development Award proposal for NIH. Presentation to the College of Public Health, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia 30. Bride, B.E. (2012, April). Secondary trauma and the child welfare workforce. Keynote presentation at the 13 th Annual CACSW Conference. Minneapolis, MN. 29. Bride, B.E., & Figley, C.R. (2012, March). Secondary traumatic stress and social work practice. Weekend course delivered in the DSW Program, School of Social Policy and Practice, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. 28. Bride, B.E. (2011, November). Implementing motivational interviewing in public health settings. Workshop delivered to the Northeast Georgia Public Health Region, Athens, Georgia. Repeat of #26 to different audience. 27. Bride, B.E. (2011, November). Secondary traumatic stress and self care in school settings. Presented to Jackson County School District, Jefferson, Georgia. 26. Bride, B.E. (2011, November). Implementing motivational interviewing in public health settings. Workshop delivered to the Northeast Georgia Public Health Region, Athens, Georgia. 25. Bride, B.E. (2011, March). Collateral damage: The impact of caring for traumatized populations. Lecture presented as the 2011 Distinguished Scholar at the Buffalo Center for Social Research, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY. 24. Bride, B.E. (2010, September). Where and how have incentives been adopted? Presented at the National Institute on Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network Steering Committee Meeting, Bethesda, MD. 23. Bride, B.E. (2010, February). Trauma and PTSD in substance abuse treatment. A workshop presented at St. Jude s Recovery Center, Inc. Atlanta, GA. 22. Bride, B.E. (2009, September). Compassion fatigue in military caregivers. A workshop presented at the Clinical Preceptorship Training Conference, Naval Air Station, San Diego, CA. 21. Bride, B.E. (2008, October). Compassion fatigue in child advocacy centers. A workshop presented to Harmony House Child Advocacy Center, Royston, Georgia. 20. Bride, B.E. (2008, August). Secondary traumatic stress in school settings. A workshop presented to Forsyth County Schools, Cumming, Georgia. 19. Bride, B.E. (2008, August). Secondary trauma and self care in school social workers. A workshop presented to Dekalb County Schools, Stone Mountain, Georgia. 18. Figley, C.R., & Bride, B.E. (2008, June). Secondary trauma and military caregivers. Keynote presentation at the Combat Stress: Understanding the Challenges, Preparing for the Return conference, Smith College School for Social Work, Northampton, MA. 17. Bride, B.E. (2008, April). Core elements of effective substance abuse prevention programs. Presented at the Oconee Area Resource Council.

14 16. Bride, B.E. (2008, March). Secondary traumatic stress and self-care. A workshop presented at the 2008 Spring conference of the School Social Work Association of Georgia, St. Simons Island, GA. (3 workshops presented). 15. Bride, B.E. (2007, October). Secondary traumatic stress. A workshop presented to the Treasure Coast, FL chapter of NASW, Ft. Pierce, FL. 14. Bride, B.E. (2007, October). Secondary traumatic stress. An in-service training presented for United for Families, Jensen Beach, FL. 13. Bride, B.E. (2007, October). Secondary traumatic stress in clinical social work. A workshop presented to the Georgia Society for Clinical Social Work, Atlanta, GA. 12. Bride, B.E. (2007, April). Preventing secondary traumatic stress in clinical work with child sexual abuse. An in-service workshop presented at The Treehouse, Inc., Winder, GA. 11. Bride, B.E. (2007, March). Preventing secondary traumatic stress in school social work. Presented to the Northeast Georgia School Social Work Association, Athens, GA. 10. Bride, B.E. (2006, November). The ethics of self-care in clinical work with substance abusing populations. Presented at the 2006 All Class Reunion, School of Social Work, The University of Georgia, Athens, GA. 9. Bride, B.E. (2006, October). Compassion fatigue, secondary traumatic stress, and vicarious trauma. Presented at the 2006 Field Education Conference, School of Social Work, The University of Georgia, Athens, GA. 8. Jones, J.L., & Bride, B.E. (2006, September). Developing an empirically based initiative: The Tennessee Supervisor Project - Workshop #1. Presented at the Southern Regional Quality Improvement Center Summit on Child Welfare Supervision, Memphis, TN. 7. Jones, J.L., & Bride, B.E. (2006, September). Developing an empirically based initiative: The Tennessee Supervisor Project - Workshop #2. Presented at the Southern Regional Quality Improvement Center Summit on Child Welfare Supervision, Memphis, TN. 6. Bride, B.E. (2005, October). Social issues of substance abuse. Presented at the Current Issues of Substance Abuse Workshop, College of Pharmacy, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. 5. Bride, B.E. (2005, October). Current research on secondary traumatic stress. Presented to the faculty of the Department of Community Health Systems, School of Nursing, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA. 4. Bride, B.E. (2004, November). Secondary traumatic stress and burnout in child welfare. Presented at the Connecting for Children s Justice Symposium, Nashville, TN. 3. Bride, B.E. & MacMaster, S.A. (2002, September). Effective treatment of co-occurring disorders. Presented at Building the Bridge One of Four Conferences on the Integration of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Las Vegas, Nevada. 2. MacMaster, S.A. & Bride, B.E. (2001, December). Dual-diagnosis and criminal justice. Presentation at Centerstone Mental Health Center, Columbia, Tennessee. 1. Bride, B.E. (1999, November). Developing an outcomes management system. Presented at the

15 Fifth Annual Georgia School for Best Practices in Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse: Fast Forwarding Implementation of Best Practices, Macon, Georgia. GRANTS AND CONTRACTS Title: Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students Funding Source: Health Resources and Services Administration Role: Principal Investigator Amount: $1,800, Title: Evaluation of the CETPA Virtual Reality Clinic Funding Source: SAMHSA/CSAT Role: Principal Investigator Amount: $126, Title: Adoption of Innovations in Private A&D Treatment Facilities (R37DA013110) Funding Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse Role: Co-Investigator (PI: Paul Roman) Amount: $3,720, Title: Evaluation of the CETPA Assertive Adolescent and Family Treatment for Latinos Funding Source: SAMHSA/CSAT Role: Principal Investigator Amount: $135, Title: U.S. Army Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) Project Funding Source: US Department of Defense Role: Consultant (PI: Don Bower) Amount: $859, Title: Substance Abuse Treatment with Traumatized Populations (K01DA024718) Funding Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse Role: Principal Investigator Amount: $839, Title: Use of Evidence-Based Practices in Alcoholism Treatment (R01AA015974) Funding Source: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Role: Co-Investigator (PI: Paul Roman) Amount: $3,100, Title: CTN Membership and Adoption of Innovative Tx Practices (R01DA014482) Funding Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse Role: Co-Investigator (PI: Paul Roman) Amount: $3,200, Title: Adoption of Innovations in Private A&D Treatment Facilities (R01DA013110) Funding Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse Role: Co-Investigator (PI: Paul Roman) Amount: $2,500, Title: Social Work Mental Health Program Funding Source: Board of Regents, University System of Georgia

16 Role: Co-Investigator (PI: Nancy Kropf) Amount: $85,000 ($15,000 to the UGA School of Social Work) Title: Behavioral Health Professional Education & Supervised Clinical Practice Funding Source: Board of Regents, University System of Georgia Role: Co-Investigator (PI: Maurice Daniels) Amount: $600,000 ($380,000 to the School of Social Work) 2004 Title: Secondary Traumatic Stress among Substance Abuse Counselors Funding Source: Research seed grant, Office of the Dean, UGA School of Social Work Role: Principal Investigator Amount: $ Title: Middle Tennessee HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment Needs Assessment Funding Source: Ryan White Community AIDS Partnership Role: Principal Investigator (with Samuel MacMaster) Amount: $92, Title: Evaluation of the Trauma Intervention Center for Children and Adolescents Funding Source: SAMHSA/CMHS Role: Principal Investigator Amount: $200, Title: Middle Tennessee HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment Needs Assessment Funding Source: Ryan White Community AIDS Partnership Role: Principal Investigator (with Samuel MacMaster) Amount: $72, Title: Evaluation of the Child Protective Services Supervisors Development Project Funding Source: Children s Bureau/Southern Regional Quality Improvement Center Role: Co-Investigator (PI: Jenny Jones) Amount: $375, Title: Evaluation of the Nashville Young Women s Alcohol and Drug Services Project Funding Source: SAMHSA/CSAT Role: Principal Investigator (with Samuel MacMaster) Amount: $15, Title: Evaluation of the Nashville Area Recovery Alliance Project Funding Source: SAMHSA/CSAT Role: Principal Investigator (with Samuel MacMaster) Amount: $40,000 COURSES TAUGHT Ph.D. Courses Theories of Social Work Practice II Academic Research Seminar Philosophy of Science and Theory Development

17 MSW Courses Foundations of Social Work Practice I Clinical Social Work with Groups Assessment and Psychopathology Social Work Research Evaluation of Social Work Practice Family Dynamics Substance Abuse Crisis Intervention and Traumatized Populations Social Welfare Policy and the Social Work Profession BSW Courses Direct Practice II: Individuals and Families Overview of Substance Abuse Crisis Intervention and Traumatized Populations Web-based Courses Substance Abuse (BSW & MSW) Evaluation of Social Work Practice (MSW) Assessment and Psychopathology (MSW) Short-term Interventions (MSW) Independent Study Pharmacological Intervention in Social Work Practice Narrative Approaches in Substance Abuse Treatment Treating Co-Occurring Disorders Social Work Practice and Substance Abuse Treatment of Eating Disorders Social Work Practice and Spirituality Trauma Therapy DISSERTATION and THESIS COMMITTEES Chair Jana Pruett (Ph.D., in process). Topic TBD. University of Georgia. Stephen (Phen) Young (Ph.D., in process). Counselor burnout in adolescent SUD treatment settings. University of Georgia. Katie Crawford (Ph.D., in process). Implementation of trauma-focused services in homeless shelters. University of Georgia. Dionne King (Ph.D., 2012). The role of adolescent risk factors in the development of a model for female perpetration of teen dating violence. University of Georgia. Current Position: Assistant Professor, University of West Florida. (Co-chaired with Schnavia Hatcher, Ph.D.) Jacquelyn Lee (Ph.D., 2012). Secondary traumatic stress in a national sample of social workers. University of Georgia. Current Position: Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Sarah Kintzle (Ph.D., 2012). Secondary traumatic stress in military healthcare providers. University

18 of Georgia. Current Position: Assistant Professor of Research, University of Southern California. Michael Humble (Ph.D., 2008). Evolution of a virus: Framing of HIV/AIDS in social work journals. University of Georgia. Current Position: Assistant Professor, CSU, Stanislaus. Angela Montagno (Ph.D., 2007). Trauma in street children and those at risk of the street in Mexico City: An exploratory study of exposure, severity, and risk factors. University of Georgia. Current Position: Senior Research Associate. ORC Macro. Committee Member Chrissy Proctor (Ph.D., in process). Department of Health Promotion and Behavior, University of Georgia. Catherine Harm (Ph.D., in process). University of Georgia. Marianna Colvin (Ph.D., in process). University of Georgia. Brendan Beal (Ph.D., in process). Use of technology in the delivery of social work interventions. University of Georgia. Christi Luby, (Ph.D., in process). Secondary traumatic stress among family members of OIE/OEF veterans. University of Texas, El Paso. Hyejung Oh (Ph.D., 2013). Intimate partner violence in inter-racial marriages. University of Georgia. Katie Kinkaid (M.A., 2013). Effects of client trauma on substance abuse counselors and their families. University of Georgia (Industrial/Organizational Psychology). Carol Britton Laws (Ph.D., 2012). Competency-based professional development as a predictor of direct support professional retention. University of Georgia. Current Position: Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Georgia Institute for Human Development and Disability. Sherrie Wilcox (Ph.D., 2011). Psychological well-being among military personnel. University of Georgia (Health Promotion and Behavior). Current Position: Research Assistant Professor, University of Southern California. Omar Sims (Ph.D., 2011). Psychosocial impact of Hepatitis C Virus. University of Georgia. Current Position: Assistant Professor, University of Alabama. Marcella Mellinger (Ph.D., 2011). Community agencies and social justice advocacy. University of Georgia. Current Position: Assistant Professor, University of Maryland-Baltimore County. R. Benson McCloud (Ph.D., 2011). A qualitative study of secondary traumatic stress in mental health social workers. The Sanville Institute, Berkley, CA. Colleen Law (Ph.D., 2010). Client, practitioner, and system characteristics influencing the occurrence of secondary traumatic stress in mental health practitioners. Brandeis University. Sunyoung Yoo (Ph.D., 2009). Immigrant Parent Stress Inventory (IPSI): Development and initial Validation. University of Georgia. Byungdeok Kang (Ph.D., 2009). Churches contribution to American communities: A social service perspective. University of Georgia. Current Position: Assistant Professor, Handong Global University, Pohang, Gyeongsang, South Korea Sarah Jackson (Ph.D., 2009). A path analysis of sleep, compassion fatigue and health. California

19 School of Professional Psychology. Current Position: Major, USAF Sandra Yudelivich (Ph.D., 2009). Latina women s experiences with HIV/AIDS. University of Georgia. Current position: Assistant Professor, Salem State College. Amy Traylor (Ph.D., 2007). Exploring cue reactivity in nicotine dependent young adults using virtual reality with expanded olfactory cues. University of Georgia. Current position: Assistant Professor, University of Alabama. Hilary Copp (Ph.D., 2007). Using virtual reality therapy to investigate cross-cue reactivity and environmental cues in nicotine dependent problem drinkers. University of Georgia. Current position: Associate Professor and BSW Coordinator, Edinboro University. Rene Searles (Ph.D., 2006). The effects of trauma focused grief interventions with parentally bereaved children. University of Georgia. Current position: Assistant Professor, Kennesaw University. Dhira Crunkilton (Ph.D., 2005). The innovative journey mapping internet evaluation tool. University of Georgia. Current Position: Associate Professor, Southeast Missouri State University. Kate McClernon-Chaffin (M.S.S.W., 2004). Frame analysis of the Living Wage Campaign and social work implications. University of Tennessee. Current position: Director of the Nashville MSSW Program and the Online MSSW Program, University of Tennessee. School and University Service SERVICE ACTIVITIES University of Georgia University-wide 2013 Faculty Research Grants Review Committee, Office of the Vice President for Research Executive Board, Center for Gambling Research Health and Risk Communication Program Review Committee Faculty Activity Report Advisory Committee 2008 Strategic Planning Evaluation Committee Faculty Affairs Committee University Council University Council Executive Committee Human Subjects Office Advisory Committee present Academic Honesty Panel, Office of the Vice President for Instruction University Libraries Committee School of Social Work Faculty Executive Committee Faculty Personnel Committee Academic and Professional Performance Committee (Chair, ) Research Task Force, (Chair, ) Doctoral Program Committee (Chair, ) Administrative Committee Graduate Coordinator Academic Planning and Evaluation Committee Doctoral Program Committee MSW Curriculum Committee (Chair, )

20 Faculty Personnel Committee Doctoral Program Committee, Student Representative University of Tennessee Faculty Governance Committee, College of Social Work Search and Screen Committee, College of Social Work 2003 Curriculum Revision Task Force, College of Social Work Admissions Committee, College of Social Work Institutional Review Board, College of Social Work Faculty Advisor, Phi Alpha Social Work Honor Society, College of Social Work Faculty Advisor, Master s Social Work Organization, College of Social Work Clinical Social Work Practice Committee, College of Social Work Minority Affairs Committee, College of Social Work Professional and Community Service Consultant, UNAIDS, Geneva, Switzerland present Consultant, Clínica para la Educación, Tratamiento, y Prevención de la Adicción, Norcross, GA 2005 Consultant, Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Atlanta, GA 2005 Consultant, Athens Community Council on Aging, Athens, GA Consultant, Family and Children s Services, Nashville, TN Consultant, Ryan White Community AIDS Partnership, Nashville, TN 2003 Consultant, Nashville Prevention Partnership, Nashville, TN Consultant, Nashville Young Women s Alcohol & Drug Services Project, Nashville, TN Consultant, Nashville Area Recovery Alliance Project, Nashville, TN Member, Institutional Review Board (IRB), Foundations Associates, Nashville, TN Member, Encuentro Latino Task Force, Mental Health Association of Middle Tennessee Editorial Service Editor-in-Chief, Traumatology Editor-Elect, Traumatology Associate Editor, Traumatology present Editorial Board, Traumatology Consulting Editor, Health & Social Work Book Review Editor, Health & Social Work 2008 Manuscript reviewer, Community Mental Health Journal 2006 Special Issue Editor, Clinical Social Work Journal: Special Issue on Compassion Fatigue in Social Work 2006 Special Issue Editor, Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment: Special Issue on Women and HIV/AIDS: An International Perspective Manuscript reviewer, Research on Social Work Practice 2005 Special Issue Editor, Stress, Trauma, and Crisis 2005 Manuscript reviewer, Routledge Manuscript reviewer, Traumatology 2004 Manuscript reviewer, Journal of Trauma Practice Book proposal reviewer, John Wiley & Sons Publishers 2003 Manuscript reviewer, Journal of Human Behavior and the Social Environment 1999 Manuscript reviewer, Psychological Reports.

2006 B.A. Sociology. Le Moyne College Syracuse, NY. Magna Cum Laude Minors: Philosophy Women s Studies Departmental Honors.

2006 B.A. Sociology. Le Moyne College Syracuse, NY. Magna Cum Laude Minors: Philosophy Women s Studies Departmental Honors. MARIA T. PAINO Oakland University Department of Sociology, Anthropology, Social Work, and Criminal Justice 506 Varner Hall Rochester, MI 48309 Telephone: (315)-256-5234 Email: paino@oakland.edu EDUCATION

More information

CURRICULUM VITA Kathryn W. Rhodes, Ph.D., L.C.S.W.

CURRICULUM VITA Kathryn W. Rhodes, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. CURRICULUM VITA Kathryn W. Rhodes, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. PERSONAL DATA Work: 300 West Wieuca Road, NE 7302 Jarnigan Road Suite 213, Box 20 Chattanooga, TN 37421 Atlanta, GA 30342 Telephone: 423 855-4091 Telephone:

More information

Josphine Chaumba, PhD Troy University-Dothan 500 University Drive Dothan, Al 36303 334-983-6556 Ext. 437 jchaumba@troy.edu

Josphine Chaumba, PhD Troy University-Dothan 500 University Drive Dothan, Al 36303 334-983-6556 Ext. 437 jchaumba@troy.edu Josphine Chaumba 1 Josphine Chaumba, PhD Troy University-Dothan 500 University Drive Dothan, Al 36303 334-983-6556 Ext. 437 jchaumba@troy.edu EDUCATION PhD, Athens, GA, 2010. Dissertation Title: The Effects

More information

PAMELA A. CLARKSON FREEMAN, PHD, MSW

PAMELA A. CLARKSON FREEMAN, PHD, MSW PAMELA A. CLARKSON FREEMAN, PHD, MSW University of Utah College of Social Work 1500 East 395 South, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112 PHONE 801-581-5179 E-MAIL pam.freeman@socwk.utah.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. University

More information

ROSALYN DENISE CAMPBELL, PhD, LMSW

ROSALYN DENISE CAMPBELL, PhD, LMSW ROSALYN DENISE CAMPBELL, PhD, LMSW Assistant Professor School of Social Work The University of Georgia rdcampb@uga.edu (706) 542-5749 EDUCATION PhD University of Michigan (2012) Specialization: Social

More information

The University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, Houston, TX Courses taught: Practice Evaluation

The University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, Houston, TX Courses taught: Practice Evaluation Amy Crunk Traylor Graduate College of Social Work University of Houston 110HA Social Work Building Houston, TX 77204- Phone: 713-743-8178 Fax: 713-743-8149 atraylor@uh.edu Education Postdoctoral Fellow

More information

BRIAN ALLEN, PSY.D. Charvat, M., & Allen, B. (2007). The business of building a career in trauma research. Traumatic Stresspoints, 21(4), 14-16.

BRIAN ALLEN, PSY.D. Charvat, M., & Allen, B. (2007). The business of building a career in trauma research. Traumatic Stresspoints, 21(4), 14-16. Brian Allen Curriculum Vitae 1 Address: Department of Psychology Sam Houston State University Box 2447 Huntsville, TX 77341 BRIAN ALLEN, PSY.D. Phone: (936) 294-1177 (office) (530) 219-5670 (cell) E-mail:

More information

CURRICULM VITAE. Michelle D. Evans-Chase, PhD 1131 Simpson Avenue, 2 nd fl. Ocean City, NJ 08226 PH (609) 602-3792 email: evans-chase@rowan.

CURRICULM VITAE. Michelle D. Evans-Chase, PhD 1131 Simpson Avenue, 2 nd fl. Ocean City, NJ 08226 PH (609) 602-3792 email: evans-chase@rowan. CURRICULM VITAE August 2015 Michelle D. Evans-Chase, PhD 1131 Simpson Avenue, 2 nd fl. Ocean City, NJ 08226 PH (609) 602-3792 email: evans-chase@rowan.edu EDUCATION PhD University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

More information

G. LAWRENCE FARMER, MSW, PH.D. EDUCATION Institution and Location Degree Years

G. LAWRENCE FARMER, MSW, PH.D. EDUCATION Institution and Location Degree Years G. LAWRENCE FARMER, MSW, PH.D. OFFICE ADDRESS Fordham University, the Jesuit University of New York School of Social Service 113West 60 th Street Room 719-A New York, NY 10023-7484 Phone: (212) 636-7081

More information

LEONARD BRIGHT, PH.D.

LEONARD BRIGHT, PH.D. LEONARD BRIGHT, PH.D. CONTACT INFORMATION Leonard Bright Ph.D. Email: lbright@tamu.edu Phone: 979-862-3028 EDUCATIONAL HISTORY Graduate Degrees Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Public Administration and

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. Catherine E. Burton. Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice 171 Moultrie Street Charleston, SC 29409 (843) 953-6885

CURRICULUM VITAE. Catherine E. Burton. Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice 171 Moultrie Street Charleston, SC 29409 (843) 953-6885 CURRICULUM VITAE Catherine E. Burton Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice 171 Moultrie Street Charleston, SC 29409 (843) 953-6885 catherine.burton@citadel.edu EMPLOYMENT Assistant Professor,

More information

DARRON D. GARNER, PHD; LCSW Phone: 936-261 1670 E-mail: ddgarner@pvamu.edu

DARRON D. GARNER, PHD; LCSW Phone: 936-261 1670 E-mail: ddgarner@pvamu.edu DARRON D. GARNER, PHD; LCSW Phone: 936-261 1670 E-mail: ddgarner@pvamu.edu SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE Ten years of experience as the sole independent practitioner of a behavioral health practice in Houston

More information

Curriculum Vitae. JAMIE ANN SNYDER, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice

Curriculum Vitae. JAMIE ANN SNYDER, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Curriculum Vitae JAMIE ANN SNYDER, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Office Address College of Professional Studies Department of Criminal Justice Building 85 Room 148 850-474-3409 E-Mail:

More information

Eun Koh, PhD, MSW. Phone: 202-319-4779 (Office) E-mail: koh@cua.edu PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

Eun Koh, PhD, MSW. Phone: 202-319-4779 (Office) E-mail: koh@cua.edu PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS Eun Koh, PhD, MSW National Catholic School of Social Service The Catholic University of America Shahan Hall, Room 111 602 Michigan Ave., N.E. Washington, DC 20064 Phone: 202-319-4779 (Office) E-mail: koh@cua.edu

More information

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY SOCIAL WELFARE DOCTORAL PROGRAM. 120 Haviland Hall #7400 510-912-8038. Sarah Accomazzo

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY SOCIAL WELFARE DOCTORAL PROGRAM. 120 Haviland Hall #7400 510-912-8038. Sarah Accomazzo UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY SOCIAL WELFARE DOCTORAL PROGRAM 120 Haviland Hall #7400 510-912-8038 Berkeley, CA 94720 sarahacco@berkeley.edu Sarah Accomazzo EDUCATION Ph.D. University of California,

More information

2012 Ph.D., University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Social Work, Baltimore, MD Focus: Adolescent Mental Health Treatment Engagement

2012 Ph.D., University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Social Work, Baltimore, MD Focus: Adolescent Mental Health Treatment Engagement CRYSTAL D. WILLIAMS, Ph.D., LMSW Silver School of Social Work New York University 1 Washington Square North New York, NY 10003 Phone: 212-998-5901 cdw292@nyu.edu EDUCATION 2012 Ph.D., University of Maryland,

More information

DARRON D. GARNER, PHD; LCSW

DARRON D. GARNER, PHD; LCSW DARRON D. GARNER, PHD; LCSW E-mail: ddgarner@pvamu.edu SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE Nine years of experience an independent social work practitioner in Houston Texas. Combined eight years of demonstrated student

More information

STATE OF OREGON OFFICE OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES CLACKAMAS COUNTY COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER. SISTERS OF PROVIDENCE HOSPITALS St.

STATE OF OREGON OFFICE OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES CLACKAMAS COUNTY COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER. SISTERS OF PROVIDENCE HOSPITALS St. CURRICULUM VITAE NAME OF FACULTY MEMBER Michael Taylor Position Title Assistant Professor DEGREE INFORMATION DEGREE INSTITUTION GRANTING DEGREE MAJOR DATE AWARDED B. A. University of California at Los

More information

GOLNAZ AGAHI, MPH, LCSW. gagahi@usc.edu

GOLNAZ AGAHI, MPH, LCSW. gagahi@usc.edu GOLNAZ AGAHI, MPH, LCSW gagahi@usc.edu WORK EXPERIENCE: Clinical Program Manager, August 2003-Present Kaiser Permanente, Aliso Viejo CA Departments of Psychiatry Coordinate the planning, delivery and evaluation

More information

EDUCATION 2012 Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) in Social Welfare University at Albany, State University of New York

EDUCATION 2012 Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) in Social Welfare University at Albany, State University of New York CORY B. DENNIS, PhD, LCSW Curriculum Vitae School of Social Work Brigham Young University 2179 Joseph F Smith Building Provo, UT 84602 cory_dennis@byu.edu EDUCATION 2012 Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) in

More information

Matthew James Cuellar, PhD, MSW Assistant Professor. Yeshiva University 2495 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10033 (865) 313 7982

Matthew James Cuellar, PhD, MSW Assistant Professor. Yeshiva University 2495 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10033 (865) 313 7982 Matthew James Cuellar, PhD, MSW Assistant Professor Wurzweiler School of Social Work Yeshiva University 2495 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10033 (865) 313 7982 EDUCATION Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work

More information

CURRICULUM VITA. Mark Alan Davis, Ph.D. Ph.D Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1984 Industrial and Organizational Psychology

CURRICULUM VITA. Mark Alan Davis, Ph.D. Ph.D Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1984 Industrial and Organizational Psychology CURRICULUM VITA Mark Alan Davis, Ph.D Department of Management College of Business Administration University of North Texas Denton, TX 76203 (940) 565-3142 1925 Hollyhill Lane Denton, TX 76205 (940) 565-9468

More information

EDUCATION HONORS AND AWARDS

EDUCATION HONORS AND AWARDS Curriculum Vitae Judith R. Havlicek, Ph.D., MSW, LCSW University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign School of Social Work 1010 West Nevada Street Urbana IL 61801 Office (217) 244-5235 Fax: (217) 333-7629 jhavlice@illinois.edu

More information

Katelyn J. Rozenbroek, M.A. 5202 University Drive, Merrick Bldg, Coral Gables, FL 33146 katelyn.rozenbroek@gmail.com 305-967-1452

Katelyn J. Rozenbroek, M.A. 5202 University Drive, Merrick Bldg, Coral Gables, FL 33146 katelyn.rozenbroek@gmail.com 305-967-1452 Education Fall 2009-Present May 2009 May 2007 Katelyn J. Rozenbroek, M.A. 5202 University Drive, Merrick Bldg, Coral Gables, FL 33146 katelyn.rozenbroek@gmail.com 305-967-1452 Doctorate of Philosophy in

More information

Date and rank of first Duke Faculty appointment: 2005 2008, Medical Center Instructor

Date and rank of first Duke Faculty appointment: 2005 2008, Medical Center Instructor DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER CURRICULUM VITAE Date Prepared: September 22, 2009 Dannia Gail Southerland, MSW, PhD Postdoctoral Associate Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Duke University

More information

Caroline Bill Robertson Evans

Caroline Bill Robertson Evans Caroline Bill Robertson Evans Curriculum Vitae University of North Carolina School of Social Work 325 Pittsboro Street, CB# 3550 Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3550 919-962- 1225 EDUCATION 2015 (expected) PhD University

More information

Jane Luanne Nichols, Ph.D., L.P.C. Southern Illinois University Rehabilitation Institute Carbondale, IL 62901. 618-453-8291 jlnichols@siu.

Jane Luanne Nichols, Ph.D., L.P.C. Southern Illinois University Rehabilitation Institute Carbondale, IL 62901. 618-453-8291 jlnichols@siu. Jane Luanne Nichols, Ph.D., L.P.C. Southern Illinois University Rehabilitation Institute Carbondale, IL 62901. 618-453-8291 jlnichols@siu.edu EDUCATION 2007 Doctor of Philosophy, Rehabilitation Counselor

More information

Valerie Louise Bryan

Valerie Louise Bryan Valerie Louise Bryan University of South Alabama Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work 13 Humanities Bldg. Mobile AL 36688 ph: 251-414-8041 email: vbryan@usouthal.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. in

More information

Pamela Ann Cingel. St. Thomas University 16400 NW 32 nd Ave. Miami Gardens, FL 33054 305-474-6866

Pamela Ann Cingel. St. Thomas University 16400 NW 32 nd Ave. Miami Gardens, FL 33054 305-474-6866 Pamela Ann Cingel St. Thomas University 16400 NW 32 nd Ave. Miami Gardens, FL 33054 305-474-6866 EDUCATION Doctor of Philosophy, 1992 Major: Educational Psychology Minor: Human Resource Development The

More information

Sara-Beth Plummer, MSW, PhD splummer@ssw.rutgers.edu

Sara-Beth Plummer, MSW, PhD splummer@ssw.rutgers.edu Sara-Beth Plummer, MSW, PhD splummer@ssw.rutgers.edu DEGREE INFORMATION Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), School of Social Work, Virginia Commonwealth University (May/2007) Dissertation: Victims Perspectives

More information

MARALEE WALSH, Ph.D., M.S.W., L.C.S.W. 386-445-0791(H) Email: Mwalsh9025@aol.com

MARALEE WALSH, Ph.D., M.S.W., L.C.S.W. 386-445-0791(H) Email: Mwalsh9025@aol.com MARALEE WALSH, Ph.D., M.S.W., L.C.S.W. 386-445-0791(H) Email: Mwalsh9025@aol.com PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2008-Present Clinical Instructor University of Central Florida Teach assigned Master Level Social

More information

Primary area of research and teaching: Training evidence-based practice; treatment of addictions; individual, couples, family and community practice.

Primary area of research and teaching: Training evidence-based practice; treatment of addictions; individual, couples, family and community practice. RICHARD D. AGER Phone: 504-862-3470 (W) 504-895-6842 (H) E-mail: ager@tulane.edu Primary area of research and teaching: Training evidence-based practice; treatment of addictions; individual, couples, family

More information

Mary Lehman Held, Ph.D., LCSW University of Tennessee College of Social Work 193 Polk Avenue, Suite E Nashville, TN 37210 (615) 782-6132 mheld@utk.

Mary Lehman Held, Ph.D., LCSW University of Tennessee College of Social Work 193 Polk Avenue, Suite E Nashville, TN 37210 (615) 782-6132 mheld@utk. Held 1 Mary Lehman Held, Ph.D., LCSW University of Tennessee College of Social Work 193 Polk Avenue, Suite E Nashville, TN 37210 (615) 782-6132 mheld@utk.edu EDUCATION 2013 The University of Texas at Austin

More information

Brené Brown, Ph.D., LMSW T 713.743.8119 Curriculum Vitae

Brené Brown, Ph.D., LMSW T 713.743.8119 Curriculum Vitae Brené Brown, Ph.D., LMSW T 713.743.8119 Curriculum Vitae E cbbrown@uh.edu W www.sw.uh.edu W www.brenebrown.com EDUCATION Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work, University of Houston Graduate School of Social

More information

Assistant Professor Boca Raton, FL 33431 Exercise Science & Health Promotion Office: (561) 297-4659

Assistant Professor Boca Raton, FL 33431 Exercise Science & Health Promotion Office: (561) 297-4659 Elise K Eifert, PhD(c), CHES 777 Glades Rd. Assistant Professor Boca Raton, FL 33431 Exercise Science & Health Promotion Office: (561) 297-4659 Florida Atlantic University Email: eeifert@fau.edu PROFESSIONAL

More information

Grantee City State Award. Maricopa County Phoenix AZ $749,999. Colorado Youth Matter Denver CO $749,900

Grantee City State Award. Maricopa County Phoenix AZ $749,999. Colorado Youth Matter Denver CO $749,900 OAH TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION PROGRAM GRANTS July 2015 Capacity Building to Support Replication of Evidence-Based TPP Programs (Tier 1A) Grantee City State Award Maricopa County Phoenix AZ $749,999 Colorado

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. Brian D. Ostafin, Ph.D.

CURRICULUM VITAE. Brian D. Ostafin, Ph.D. CURRICULUM VITAE Brian D. Ostafin, Ph.D. CONTACT INFORMATION University of Washington 1534 NW 53 rd St. Apt. 301 Department of Psychology Seattle, WA 98107 Box 351525 Phone: (206) 218-8501 Seattle, WA

More information

Dr. William Ross, LPC-S

Dr. William Ross, LPC-S Curriculum Vitae Dr. William Ross, LPC-S Interim Department Head and Associate Professor Educational Leadership and Counseling College of Education Prairie View A&M University General Prairie View A &

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. Susan M. Esp, Ph.D.

CURRICULUM VITAE. Susan M. Esp, Ph.D. CURRICULUM VITAE Susan M. Esp, Ph.D. Department of Community and Environmental Health Boise State University 1910 University Drive Boise, ID 83725 Phone: (208) 426-3970 E-mail: susanesp@boisestate.edu

More information

The Many Facets of Social Work

The Many Facets of Social Work The Many Facets of Social Work The scope of social work practice is remarkably wide. Social workers practice not only in the traditional social service agency, but also in elementary schools; in the military;

More information

MARTHA EATON MADDOX 423 746-5245 mmaddox@twcnet.edu

MARTHA EATON MADDOX 423 746-5245 mmaddox@twcnet.edu MARTHA EATON MADDOX 423 746-5245 mmaddox@twcnet.edu EDUCATION: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, TN Post Doctoral Management Research University of Georgia, Athens, GA Doctor of Education in Business

More information

John Andrew Hansen Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice University of South Carolina Columbia, SC 29208 hansenja@email.sc.

John Andrew Hansen Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice University of South Carolina Columbia, SC 29208 hansenja@email.sc. Revised: November, 2014 John Andrew Hansen Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice University of South Carolina Columbia, SC 29208 hansenja@email.sc.edu Education: 2015, May Ph.D., Criminology and

More information

Olmstead, TA, Sindelar, JL, and N Petry, Clinic Variation in the Cost-Effectiveness of Contingency Management,

Olmstead, TA, Sindelar, JL, and N Petry, Clinic Variation in the Cost-Effectiveness of Contingency Management, TODD A. OLMSTEAD Associate Professor of Public Affairs James and Claudia Richter Chair Fellow Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs University of Texas at Austin P.O. Box Y, Austin TX 78713-8925 (512)

More information

M. Teresa Granillo, MSW, MS, Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin, School of Social Work

M. Teresa Granillo, MSW, MS, Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin, School of Social Work 1 M. Teresa Granillo, MSW, MS, Ph.D University of Texas at Austin 1 University Station D3500 Austin, Texas 78712 mtgranillo@mail.utexas.edu (512) 232-8433 Education Doctoral of Philosophy, Social Work

More information

Nancy Kusmaul, PhD, LMSW

Nancy Kusmaul, PhD, LMSW Nancy Kusmaul, PhD, LMSW University Address Baccalaureate Social Work Program University of Maryland, Baltimore County 1000 Hilltop Circle Baltimore, MD 21250 (410) 455-1144 Education PhD, University at

More information

Doctorate of Philosophy in Social Work University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, Texas

Doctorate of Philosophy in Social Work University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, Texas EDUCATION BACKGROUND Linda E. Benavides, Ph.D., LMSW Assistant Professor Widener University School of Human Service Professions Center for Social Work Education One University Place Chester, PA 19013 (610)

More information

Tia B. Crossley EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: August 2009

Tia B. Crossley EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: August 2009 Tia B. Crossley EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: August 2009 May 2004 Doctor of Philosophy Major: School Psychology Advisor and Dissertation Chair: Cynthia Riccio, Ph.D. Dissertation: Exploring Risk and Protective

More information

Resume of JULIE SCHWARTZ GOTTMAN

Resume of JULIE SCHWARTZ GOTTMAN Resume of JULIE SCHWARTZ GOTTMAN EDUCATION Graduate: California School of Professional Psychology San Diego, California M.A., June 1981 Ph.D., November 1985 Major in Clinical Psychology APA approved program

More information

JULIA SEGARS CHIBBARO, Ph.D.LPC

JULIA SEGARS CHIBBARO, Ph.D.LPC 1 JULIA SEGARS CHIBBARO, Ph.D.LPC 1027 Lakeview Parkway Villa Rica, Georgia 30180 (Home) 770-836-8734 (Work) 678-839-6110 Email: jchibbar@westga.edu Academic Achievement Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision

More information

Vita Larry A. Norsworthy, Ph.D. 20 Pinehurst Abilene TX 79606 325.6924466 norsworthyl@acu.edu

Vita Larry A. Norsworthy, Ph.D. 20 Pinehurst Abilene TX 79606 325.6924466 norsworthyl@acu.edu 1 Vita Larry A. Norsworthy, Ph.D. 20 Pinehurst Abilene TX 79606 325.6924466 norsworthyl@acu.edu EDUCATION 1991 Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Walden University Dissertation: Evaluation of chronic pain management

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. JUNGEUN Jay LEE, Ph.D.

CURRICULUM VITAE. JUNGEUN Jay LEE, Ph.D. 1 CURRICULUM VITAE JUNGEUN Jay LEE, Ph.D. CURRENT POSITION 2012 Present Visiting Assistant Professor Department of Nursing and Rehabilitation Sciences Angelo State University EDUCATION Degree Institution/Department

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. SeriaShia J. Chatters, Ph.D., LMHC

CURRICULUM VITAE. SeriaShia J. Chatters, Ph.D., LMHC CURRICULUM VITAE SeriaShia J. Chatters, Ph.D., LMHC Pennsylvania State University Department of Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education 327 CEDAR Building University Park, PA 16802-3110

More information

Education. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah PhD. in Social Work, 2006. University of Nevada, Reno Master of Social Work (MSW) 1999

Education. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah PhD. in Social Work, 2006. University of Nevada, Reno Master of Social Work (MSW) 1999 Blake Beecher PhD LICSW Associate Professor, Graduate Director Eastern Washington University, School of Social Work 208 Senior Hall Cheney, WA 99004 509 359-4547 bbeecher@ewu.edu Education University of

More information

Dr. Keith Hudson s Vita

Dr. Keith Hudson s Vita Dr. Keith Hudson s Vita Jackson State University Department of Psychology 601 979 3383 EDUCATION Mississippi State University Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Educational Psychology (Counseling) M.S. in

More information

Carrie A. Moylan, PhD Binghamton University Department of Social Work office: 607-777-9158 PO Box 6000 fax: 607-777-5683

Carrie A. Moylan, PhD Binghamton University Department of Social Work office: 607-777-9158 PO Box 6000 fax: 607-777-5683 Binghamton University Department of Social Work office: 607-777-9158 PO Box 6000 fax: 607-777-5683 Binghamton, NY 13902-6000 cmoylan@binghamton.edu EDUCATION PhD University of Washington, School of Social

More information

Rotating Internship, Royal Brisbane Hospital and Redcliffe Hospital, Queensland, Australia

Rotating Internship, Royal Brisbane Hospital and Redcliffe Hospital, Queensland, Australia Curriculum Vitae Name: E-Mail: Place of Birth: David Mee-Lee, M.D. (Australian equivalent is M.B., B.S.) M.S. dmeelee@changecompanies.net Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Education 1972 M.B., B.S., Bachelor

More information

2012 Present Assistant Professor, School of Criminal Justice, University of Baltimore, MD

2012 Present Assistant Professor, School of Criminal Justice, University of Baltimore, MD Andrea Cantora, Ph.D. Assistant Professor School of Criminal Justice, College of Public Affairs University of Baltimore 1420 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 Email: acantora@ubalt.edu EDUCATION

More information

John Andrew Hansen Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice Western Carolina University Belk 410-G Cullowhee, NC 28723 jahansen@wcu.

John Andrew Hansen Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice Western Carolina University Belk 410-G Cullowhee, NC 28723 jahansen@wcu. Revised: August, 2015 John Andrew Hansen Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice Western Carolina University Belk 410-G Cullowhee, NC 28723 jahansen@wcu.edu Education: 2015 Ph.D., Criminology and

More information

Curriculum Vitae. You Are Here: A Straight-Shooting Guide to Mapping Your Future (Released through Waterbrook Press: August 2007)

Curriculum Vitae. You Are Here: A Straight-Shooting Guide to Mapping Your Future (Released through Waterbrook Press: August 2007) Daniel Holland, LPC, NCC, ACS School of Psychology and Counseling 23464 Phone: 757.352-4264 Email: danihol@regent.edu LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS Virginia Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) Nationally

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. 1990 AAS Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria, Virginia General Studies Specialization in Emergency Medicine Technology

CURRICULUM VITAE. 1990 AAS Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria, Virginia General Studies Specialization in Emergency Medicine Technology CURRICULUM VITAE LAURA ANN LOGIE, PHD University of Maryland Consortium on Race, Gender and Ethnicity www.crge.umd.edu 1208 Cole Student Activities Building College Park, MD 20742 (301) 405-1651 (301)

More information

Jung Sim Jun Curriculum Vita 1. Jung Sim Jun, LMSW

Jung Sim Jun Curriculum Vita 1. Jung Sim Jun, LMSW Jung Sim Jun Curriculum Vita 1 Education: Jung Sim Jun, LMSW 729 Clark Hall Columbia, Missouri 65211 Cell: (316) 680-4015 jsjdz7@mail.missouri.edu & jungsimjun@gmail.com August 2013- August 2010- May 2012

More information

MARLYS STAUDT, MSW, Ph.D. EDUCATION

MARLYS STAUDT, MSW, Ph.D. EDUCATION MARLYS STAUDT, MSW, Ph.D. mstaudt@utk.edu (email) EDUCATION Ph.D, Washington University, George Warren Brown School of Social Work, St. Louis, Missouri. Dissertation: Use of Aftercare Services Following

More information

CURRICULUM VITA DEBORA S. OLIVEIRA. Ph.D. Rehabilitation Counseling, The Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL December, 2011

CURRICULUM VITA DEBORA S. OLIVEIRA. Ph.D. Rehabilitation Counseling, The Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL December, 2011 CURRICULUM VITA DEBORA S. OLIVEIRA EDUCATION Ph.D. Rehabilitation Counseling, The Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL December, 2011 Dissertation: The impact of gender and rank on job satisfaction

More information

Maria Olga Cabada. Education

Maria Olga Cabada. Education Maria Olga Cabada Education MSSW 1990 University of Texas at Austin, 1990 Direct Practice Concentration Bachelor of Arts University of Texas at El Paso, 1983 Social Work Academic Positions October 2012-Present

More information

TODD S. STANFIELD, PhD, LCSW, PIP 918 Trace Dr., Jackson, TN 38305 731.661.5968 tstanfie@uu.edu

TODD S. STANFIELD, PhD, LCSW, PIP 918 Trace Dr., Jackson, TN 38305 731.661.5968 tstanfie@uu.edu TODD S. STANFIELD, PhD, LCSW, PIP 918 Trace Dr., Jackson, TN 38305 731.661.5968 tstanfie@uu.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. - Social Work (2002) M.S.W. - CSWE Accredited (1994) B.S.W. - CSWE Accredited (1993) The

More information

Curriculum Vitae Cassandra A. Atkin-Plunk, Ph.D.

Curriculum Vitae Cassandra A. Atkin-Plunk, Ph.D. School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Florida Atlantic University 777 Glades Road, SO 222 Boca Raton, FL 33431 Office: (561) 297-3928 Email: catkinplunk@fau.edu EDUCATION Curriculum Vitae Cassandra

More information

JINYU LIU, MSW, PhD School of Social Work Columbia University 1255 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY, 10027 Phone: (212) 851-2246 jl4658@columbia.

JINYU LIU, MSW, PhD School of Social Work Columbia University 1255 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY, 10027 Phone: (212) 851-2246 jl4658@columbia. JINYU LIU, MSW, PhD School of Social Work Columbia University 1255 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY, 10027 Phone: (212) 851-2246 jl4658@columbia.edu Education 2007-2013 Ph.D. University of Iowa, School of Social

More information

Chad Ryan Sims, M.A.

Chad Ryan Sims, M.A. Curriculum Vitae Chad Ryan Sims, M.A. October 30, 2006 Department of Psychology Knoxville, TN 37996 Phone: (865) 974-2161 Cell: (865) 310-6902 Fax: (865) 974-3330 Email: csims4@utk.edu Education: August

More information

Curriculum Vitae September 22, 2015

Curriculum Vitae September 22, 2015 Matthew James Cuellar, MSW Doctoral Candidate 301 Henson Hall, 37996-3333 (865) 313 7982 / mcuellar@utk.edu www.csw.utk.edu/phd/students/cuellar EDUCATION Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work 2016 Minor

More information

Mary Jo Stahlschmidt. Patricia L. Kohl 314-935-7438 pkohl@wustl.edu. [c] 314-223-3450 [e] mstahlschmidt@hotmail.com. Dissertation Chair.

Mary Jo Stahlschmidt. Patricia L. Kohl 314-935-7438 pkohl@wustl.edu. [c] 314-223-3450 [e] mstahlschmidt@hotmail.com. Dissertation Chair. [c] 314-223-3450 [e] mstahlschmidt@hotmail.com The goal of s research is to improve child welfare services by examining how institutional and organizational factors impact frontline service delivery and

More information

VITA. Tulane University School of Social Work, New Orleans, Louisiana. December 1990. Major Concentration: Mental Health.

VITA. Tulane University School of Social Work, New Orleans, Louisiana. December 1990. Major Concentration: Mental Health. VITA Laurie French Haas, ACSW, LCSW, PIP HUMB 11 University of South Alabama 5991 USA Drive North Mobile, AL 36688 (251)599-8940 Cell (251) 460-6906 Office lhaas@southalabama.edu Education MSW Tulane University

More information

EDUCATION. B.S. Criminal Justice, 2007 Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg RESEARCH INTERESTS

EDUCATION. B.S. Criminal Justice, 2007 Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg RESEARCH INTERESTS fmartin@odu.edu Favian Alejandro Martín Department of Sociology and Criminology Batten Arts and Letters, Room 6000 Norfolk, Virginia 23529 (757) 683-6882 (O) (717) 991-0962 (C) EDUCATION Ph.D. Criminology

More information

EDUCATION. PhD. in Social Work Major: Social Policy Analysis Minor: Political Science. Master of Social Work Major: Direct Practice

EDUCATION. PhD. in Social Work Major: Social Policy Analysis Minor: Political Science. Master of Social Work Major: Direct Practice Bruce Dalton Department of Social Work East Tennessee State University Box 70645 Johnson City, Tennessee 37614-1702 RÉSUMÉ EDUCATION October 1995 December 1988 April 1982 Rutgers University PhD. in Social

More information

PROFILE HIGHLIGHTS. Nine years as a college instructor, teaching counseling classes.

PROFILE HIGHLIGHTS. Nine years as a college instructor, teaching counseling classes. Mena K. Zaminsky, MA, MFT, CATC Psychotherapist/Expressive Arts Therapist Marriage Family Therapist, MFC #41265 Certified Addiction Treatment Counselor #051146 30 Monterey Boulevard 94131 Phone: 415/420-4464

More information

CURRICULUM VITA. JULIA A. SMITH, Ph.D. Associate Professor Division of Special Education Undergraduate and Graduate Faculty Appointed 1985

CURRICULUM VITA. JULIA A. SMITH, Ph.D. Associate Professor Division of Special Education Undergraduate and Graduate Faculty Appointed 1985 1 JULIA A. SMITH, Ph.D. Associate Professor Division of Special Education Undergraduate and Graduate Faculty Appointed 1985 CURRICULUM VITA 1. Academic Experience Ph.D. 2004 Human Development and Family

More information

PEGGY MORTON, DSW, LCSW. Silver School of Social Work, New York University,

PEGGY MORTON, DSW, LCSW. Silver School of Social Work, New York University, PEGGY MORTON, DSW, LCSW Silver School of Social Work, New York University 1 Washington Square North, Room 306 New York, NY 10003 (212) 998-5916 peggy.morton@nyu.edu EDUCATION 1996 Hunter College School

More information

Kristen Zaleski, PhD, LCSW

Kristen Zaleski, PhD, LCSW Zaleski CV, 1 Kristen Zaleski, PhD, LCSW 2300 Michelson Drive Kristen.Zaleski@usc.edu Irvine, CA 92612 (949) 437-0008 Education The Sanville Institute for Clinical Social Work 2008-2013 PhD in Social Work

More information

Kevin L. James, PhD, CPA 1601 East Market Street 224 Merrick Hall Greensboro, NC 27411 336-334-7581 kljames@ncat.edu

Kevin L. James, PhD, CPA 1601 East Market Street 224 Merrick Hall Greensboro, NC 27411 336-334-7581 kljames@ncat.edu Kevin L. James, PhD, CPA 1601 East Market Street 224 Merrick Hall Greensboro, NC 27411 336-334-7581 kljames@ncat.edu Academic Background and Certification Ph.D. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN,

More information

1998 Emory University Post-Master s Certificate Family Nurse Practitioner. 1992 Georgia State University PhD Family and Community Nursing

1998 Emory University Post-Master s Certificate Family Nurse Practitioner. 1992 Georgia State University PhD Family and Community Nursing LINDA GRABBE, PHD, APRN-C Clinical Assistant Professor Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing Emory University Telephone: (404) 727-9714 Email: lgrabbe@emory.edu EDUCATION 1998 Emory University Post-Master

More information

Valerie R. Newsome. Education:

Valerie R. Newsome. Education: Valerie R. Newsome Education: Ph.D., Biobehavioral Health, The Pennsylvania State University, 2013 Dissertation: Educated and At-Risk: How the Shortage of Available Male Partners Influences HIV Risk for

More information

Glenn Maynard, LPC 319 SW Washington, Suite 1015 Portland, OR 97204 (503) 916-8186 Fax: (503) 227-2561 E-mail: maynarg@comcast.net

Glenn Maynard, LPC 319 SW Washington, Suite 1015 Portland, OR 97204 (503) 916-8186 Fax: (503) 227-2561 E-mail: maynarg@comcast.net Glenn Maynard, LPC 319 SW Washington, Suite 1015 97204 (503) 916-8186 Fax: (503) 227-2561 E-mail: maynarg@comcast.net EDUCATION: M.Ed. Counseling, Lewis & Clark College 1977 BS Sociology, Portland State

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE Kathryn Lenore Garcia Lenberg, M.P.H., Ph.D.

CURRICULUM VITAE Kathryn Lenore Garcia Lenberg, M.P.H., Ph.D. Contact Information Business: 9426 Indian School Rd. NE Ste. 1 Albuquerque, NM 87112 Office Phone: (505) 345-6100 ext. 11 Email: researchdivision@behaviortherapy.com CURRICULUM VITAE Kathryn Lenore Garcia

More information

LINDA CHASSMAN, Ph.D., L.M.F.T.

LINDA CHASSMAN, Ph.D., L.M.F.T. LINDA CHASSMAN, Ph.D., L.M.F.T. (720)266-4444 office lchassman@aatpc.com EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND (UNE - Australia) Ph.D. in Counseling Thesis: Therapists Conceptualization, Treatment, and Experience

More information

Mary L. Donaghy. Education

Mary L. Donaghy. Education Mary L. Donaghy Education Ph.D. in Sociology (1980) American University, Washington, DC Comprehensive Fields: Sociological Theory, Methods of Social Research, Complex Organizations, Social Stratification

More information

SARAH M. STEVERMAN CV - December 2014

SARAH M. STEVERMAN CV - December 2014 SARAH M. STEVERMAN CV - December 2014 EDUCATION 2014 The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC Doctor of Philosophy degree, Social Work Dissertation Topic - State Commitment to Mental Health Promotion

More information

INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, Indiana, Pennsylvania Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Minor in Biology. December, 1980.

INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, Indiana, Pennsylvania Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Minor in Biology. December, 1980. CURRICULUM VITA MICHAEL F. BARNES, Ph.D., L.P.C. 6451 W. 96 th Place Westminster, Colorado 80021 CELL PHONE: (941) 962-8763 E-MAIL: dr.mike.barnes@gmail.com michael.barnes@ucdenver.edu ACADEMIC PREPARATION

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. Veterans Administration Medical Center, Psychiatry Service 1984-1986 San Francisco, CA Fellow in Substance Use Disorders

CURRICULUM VITAE. Veterans Administration Medical Center, Psychiatry Service 1984-1986 San Francisco, CA Fellow in Substance Use Disorders CURRICULUM VITAE H. Westley Clark, M.D., J.D., M.P.H., CAS, FASAM Director, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Department of Health & Human Services

More information

Phone: 619-352-0514 Fax: 855-369-9491

Phone: 619-352-0514 Fax: 855-369-9491 9820 Willow Creek Rd, Suite 245 E-mail: dbeckellsworth@gmail.com San Diego, CA 92131 Website: http://drbeck-ellsworth.com Phone: 619-352-0514 Fax: 855-369-9491 EDUCATION PsyD in Marital and Family Therapy,

More information

Associate Professor of Social Work

Associate Professor of Social Work ELLEN SANDRA STEVENS-ROSEMAN 914 Ruthven Street Houston, Texas 77019 Phone: (713) 571-9023 E-mail: EStevens@UH.edu TITLE: Associate Professor of Social Work EDUCATION: DSW, 1988 MSW, 1976 BS, 1972 Columbia

More information

CURRENT APPOINTMENT Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling, College of Education, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

CURRENT APPOINTMENT Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling, College of Education, University of North Carolina at Charlotte CLARE MERLIN cmerlin1@uncc.edu COED 254 9201 University City Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28223 704-687-5883 CURRENT APPOINTMENT Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling, College of Education, University

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE INSTITUTION AND LOCATION DEGREE MM/YY FIELD OF STUDY. Ithaca College MS 12/00. Ithaca College BS 05/99

CURRICULUM VITAE INSTITUTION AND LOCATION DEGREE MM/YY FIELD OF STUDY. Ithaca College MS 12/00. Ithaca College BS 05/99 1 CURRICULUM VITAE Name: Sarah Tucker, MS, OTR/L Address: 342 School of Health Professions Building, 1705 University Boulevard, Birmingham, AL 35294-1212 Telephone: (205) 934-8623 Email: sarahg1@uab.edu

More information

Dina J. Wilke Florida State University College of Social Work Tallahassee, FL 32306-2570 (850) 645-7739 dwilke@fsu.edu

Dina J. Wilke Florida State University College of Social Work Tallahassee, FL 32306-2570 (850) 645-7739 dwilke@fsu.edu CURRICULUM VITAE Dina J. Wilke Florida State University College of Social Work Tallahassee, FL 32306-2570 (850) 645-7739 dwilke@fsu.edu EDUCATION 2000 University of Wisconsin Madison, WI Doctor of Philosophy

More information

CURRICULUM VITA. M.A., Clinical Psychology, May 1991 Graduate School of Education and Psychology Pepperdine University, Malibu, California GPA: 3.

CURRICULUM VITA. M.A., Clinical Psychology, May 1991 Graduate School of Education and Psychology Pepperdine University, Malibu, California GPA: 3. CV 1 CURRICULUM VITA Joseph M. Cereghino, Psy.D. Family Institute, P.C. 4110 Pacific Ave., Suite 102, Forest Grove, OR 97116 Tigard Office: 9600 SW Oak St., Suite 280, Tigard, OR 97223 (503) 601-5400 x

More information

Professional Continuing Education

Professional Continuing Education Professional Continuing Education Since its inception, SWORPS has provided support services to numerous regional continuing education providers such as coordinating conferences for the Tennessee Foster

More information

WWW.IMMIGRANTJUSTICE.ORG/KIDS

WWW.IMMIGRANTJUSTICE.ORG/KIDS On the following pages you will find addresses for: Dept. of Justice Immigration Courts AND Dept. of Homeland Security Offices of Chief Counsel (OCC) DISCLAIMER: The most current addresses for DOJ Immigration

More information

Sarah Cathleen Keiser, MSSW LCSW

Sarah Cathleen Keiser, MSSW LCSW Sarah Cathleen Keiser, MSSW LCSW Keiser 1 Curriculum Vitae October 2015 PERSONAL INFORMATION Address: 193 Polk Ave. Suite E Nashville, TN 37210 Email: sckeiser@utk.edu EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND LCSW awarded

More information

Anita L. Zuberi, Ph.D.

Anita L. Zuberi, Ph.D. Anita L. Zuberi, Ph.D. 2117 Cathedral of Learning 4200 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15260 412-624-8734 azuberi@pitt.edu RESEARCH SUMMARY: Broadly, my work focuses on the intersection of health, race, and

More information

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY SOCIAL WELFARE DOCTORAL PROGRAM 329A Tamalpais Avenue 415-383-5439. Phyllis Jeroslow

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY SOCIAL WELFARE DOCTORAL PROGRAM 329A Tamalpais Avenue 415-383-5439. Phyllis Jeroslow UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY SOCIAL WELFARE DOCTORAL PROGRAM 329A Tamalpais Avenue 415-383-5439 Mill Valley, CA 94941 phyllisjeroslow@comcast.net Phyllis Jeroslow EDUCATION AND LICENSURE Ph.D. Expected

More information

CURRICULUM VITA. Diane Brothers Cook. 8060 Allerton Lane Cumming, GA 30041. Office (678) 717-3896 Diane.Cook@ung.edu

CURRICULUM VITA. Diane Brothers Cook. 8060 Allerton Lane Cumming, GA 30041. Office (678) 717-3896 Diane.Cook@ung.edu CURRICULUM VITA Diane Brothers Cook 8060 Allerton Lane Cumming, GA 30041 Office (678) 717-3896 Diane.Cook@ung.edu EDUCATION: Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University, 1994 Richmond, Virginia Developmental

More information

Jessica J. Warner Curriculum Vitae

Jessica J. Warner Curriculum Vitae Jessica J. Warner Curriculum Vitae Current Position Quality Improvement Manager Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio 700 West Pete Rose Way, Suite 334 Cincinnati, OH 45203 Phone: 513-381-1954 ext. 3011

More information