1 KIMBERLY S. HARRISON, Ph.D. CLINICAL & FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGIST 1000 Heritage Center Circle Phone: Round Rock, TX Fax: Professional Licensure South Carolina #1123 Texas #36630 Professional Experience 03/2014- Private Practice Psychologist Austin, TX Conducting general clinical and forensic psychological evaluations. Consultation with attorneys and provision of expert witness testimony on matters related to mental health and forensic psychology. 10/2008- Chief Psychologist 02/2014 South Carolina Department of Mental Health Forensic Evaluation Service Columbia, SC Conducted inpatient and outpatient criminal forensic evaluations. Conducted Precommitment Evaluations and Annual Reviews for the Sexually Violent Predator Program. Provided expert witness testimony in court. 08/2009- DMH Assistant Professor, Department of Neuropsychiatry & Behavioral Science 02/2014 University of South Carolina School of Medicine Columbia, SC Supervised medical students, psychiatry residents, and forensic psychiatry fellows in forensic mental health evaluations. ed lectures on topics pertinent to forensic psychology. 05/2010- Private Practice Psychologist 02/2014 University of South Carolina School of Medicine Neuropsychiatry Specialty Clinic Columbia, SC Conducted psychological evaluations involving Social Security disability claims, suitability for medical procedures, fitness for duty, and forensic issues.
2 Harrison 2 Education 12/2007 Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Clinical Psychology University of North Texas, Denton, TX Major Professor: Richard Rogers, Ph.D., ABPP Dissertation Title: Totality of the circumstances: Factors affecting competence to waive Miranda rights 05/2005 Master of Science (M.S.) in Psychology University of North Texas, Denton, TX Major Professor: Richard Rogers, Ph.D., ABPP Thesis Title: Validation of clinical screens for suicidality and severe mental disorders for jail inmates 12/1997 Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology Texas A&M University, College Station, TX Cum Laude Clinical Experience 09/2007- Forensic Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship 09/2008 State Operated Forensic Services, St. Peter, MN Conducted inpatient and outpatient court-ordered evaluations, including Competency to Stand Trial, Criminal Responsibility, Commitment as Mentally Ill and Dangerous, Commitment as a Sexually Dangerous Person, Commitment as a Sexual Psychopathic Personality, Risk Assessments, and Repeat Sex Offender. Testified in court as needed. Participated in weekly Case Law didactic. Participated in Law & Psychiatry Clinic at William Mitchell College of Law. 09/2006- Clinical Psychology Internship 08/2007 Atascadero State Hospital (APA-Accredited), Atascadero, CA Participated on a hospital unit interdisciplinary treatment team. Administration of cognitive, personality, malingering, and forensicallyfocused assessment tools. Psychological and forensic report writing. Provided individual therapy. Facilitated psychoeducational groups Participated in weekly seminars including PCL-R certification, multicultural and individual differences, and forensic issues. Populations served included: mentally disordered offenders, mentally ill prisoners, sexually violent predators, defendants deemed incompetent to stand trial, and individuals found not guilty by reason of insanity.
3 Harrison 3 08/2005- Clinical Associate, Assessment Practicum 08/2006 Lawrence Sloan and Associates Keller, TX Responsibilities: Conducted Social Security disability assessments for a consulting psychologist. Assessments included clinical interviews, mental status exams, and intellectual, achievement, and memory testing. 06/2004- Student Clinician, Therapy and Assessment Practicum 05/2005 Federal Medical Center-Carswell Ft. Worth, TX Responsibilities: Conducted forensic evaluations on competency to stand trial, criminal responsibility, and other issues as ordered by federal courts. Provided individual psychotherapy, group therapy, competency restoration and psychoeducational classes to adult female inmates incarcerated for federal offenses. Diagnoses included mood disorders, psychotic disorders, personality disorders, drug abuse and dependence, and PTSD. 08/2000- Student Clinician, Therapy and Assessment Practica 08/2004 University of North Texas Psychology Clinic Denton, TX Responsibilities: Individual and couples psychotherapy with up to seven clients per week. Administration of assessment batteries and other assessment measures of personality, intellectual, and vocational functioning including clinical interviews, extensive testing, report writing, and feedback sessions. Provided on-call coverage for intake and emergency services. Participated in weekly team meetings and receiving individual supervision from a licensed clinical psychologist. Provided supervision to less advanced doctoral students. Client Population: Therapy: Individual adults and couples from a community and college population who present with a variety of diagnoses including: depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, psychotic disorders, and personality disorders. Assessment: Children, adolescents, and adults from the local community, juvenile detention center, and college population. Research Experience 08/2004- Research Fellow 05/2006 Supervising Faculty: Richard Rogers, Ph.D., ABPP Description of Study: Funded by the National Science Foundation, this study evaluates the different Miranda warnings used in jurisdictions across the United States. Investigated the ability of criminal defendants to rationally comprehend their Miranda rights. Responsibilities: Supervised graduate and undergraduate students in collecting, entering, and analyzing over 800 Miranda warnings. Developed data
4 Harrison 4 management and coding systems and created measures for testing comprehension in criminal defendants. 08/2003- Graduate Research Assistant 05/2004 Supervising Faculty: Richard Rogers, Ph.D., ABPP Responsibilities: Coordinated data collection and statistical analyses of multiple research projects related to clinical forensic assessment; supervised graduate students involved in collaborative research projects. Publications Publications and ations Harrison, K.S. & Rogers, R. (2012). Miranda Acquiescence Questionnaire. In Rogers, R., Sewell, K.W., Drogin, E.Y., & Fiduccia, C.E., Standardized Assessment of Miranda Abilities. Lutz, FL: Psychological Assessment Resources. Harrison, K.S. (2011, Spring). False confessions: A brief overview. Feedback, p. 13. [Newsletter of the South Carolina Psychological Association]. Rogers, R., Harrison, K. S., Rogstad, J. E., LaFortune, K. A., & Hazelwood, L. L. (2010). The role of suggestibility in determinations of Miranda abilities: A study of the Gudjonsson Suggestibility Scales. Law and Human Behavior, 34, Rogers, R., Hazelwood, L.L., Sewell, K.W., Blackwood, H.L., Rogstad, J.E., & Harrison, K.S. (2009). Development and initial validation of the Miranda Vocabulary Scale. Law & Human Behavior, 33, Rogers, R., Hazelwood, L.L., Sewell, K.W., Harrison, K.S., & Shuman, D.W. (2008). The language of Miranda in American jurisdictions: A replication and further analysis. Law & Human Behavior, 32, Harrison, K.S., & Rogers, R. (2007). Axis I screens and suicide risk in jails: A comparative analysis. Assessment, 14, Rogers, R., Harrison, K. S., Hazelwood, L. L. & Sewell, K. W. (2007). Knowing and intelligent: A study of Miranda warnings in mentally disordered defendants. Law & Human Behavior, 31, Rogers, R., Harrison, K. S., Shuman, D. W., Sewell, K. W., & Hazelwood, L. L. (2007). An analysis of Miranda warnings and waivers: Comprehension and coverage. Law & Human Behavior, 31, Rogers, R., Jordan, M.J., & Harrison, K.S. (2007). Facets of psychopathy, Axis II traits, and behavioral dysregulation among jail detainees. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 25,
5 Harrison 5 Rogers, R., Sewell, K. W., Harrison, K. S., & Jordan, M. S. (2006). The MMPI-2 Restructured Clinical Scales: A paradigmatic shift in scale development. Journal of Personality Assessment, 87, Vitacco, M. J., Rogers, R., Neumann, C. S., Harrison, K. S., & Vincent, G. (2005). A comparison of factor models on the PCL-R with mentally disordered offenders: The development of a four-factor model. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 32, Rogers, R., Jackson, R. L., Sewell, K. W., & Harrison, K. S. (2004). An examination of the ECST-R as a screen for feigned incompetency to stand trial. Psychological Assessment, 16, Rogers, R., Jordan, M. J., & Harrison, K. S. (2004). A critical review of competency-to-confess measures. Law & Human Behavior, 28, Gleaves, D. H., Williams, T. L., Cororve, M. B., & Harrison, K. S. (2000). Measuring dissociative experiences in a college population: A study of convergent and discriminant validity. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 1, ations Harrison, K.S. (2010). Assessment of future dangerousness in capital sentencing: Historical context, problems with prediction, and the role of mental health experts. ed at the National District Attorneys Association s Capital Litigation: Mental Health and Retardation course, Columbia, SC. Harrison, K.S., Rogers, R., & Hazelwood, L.L. (2008). Initial validation of the Interrogation Acquiescence Questionnaire (IAQ). Paper presented at the American Psychology-Law Society Annual Conference, Jacksonville, FL. Rogers, R., Hazelwood, L.L., & Harrison, K.S. (2008). Assessment of Miranda reasoning: The Miranda Rights Scale (MRS). Paper presented at the American Psychology-Law Society Annual Conference, Jacksonville, FL. Harrison, K.S., Rogers, R., Hazelwood, L.L., & Shuman, D. (2006). Effects of suggestibility, compliance, and acquiescence on Miranda-related abilities in mentally disordered defendants. Paper presented at the American Psychology-Law Society Annual Conference, St. Petersburg, FL. Rogers, R., Harrison, K.S., Sewell, K.W., & Hazelwood, L.L. (2006). A national survey of Miranda warnings and waivers: Comprehension and coverage. Paper presented at the American Psychology- Law Society Annual Conference, La Jolla, CA. Rogers, R., Harrison, K. S., & Jordan, M. J. (2005). Facets of psychopathy, Axis II traits, and gender differences. Paper presented at the American Psychology-Law Society Annual Conference, La Jolla, CA.
6 Gleaves, D. H., Williams, T. L., Samudio, C., Phillips, C., & Harrison, K. S. (1998). Measuring and clarifying dissociative experiences. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA. Harrison 6 Williams, T. L., Gleaves, D. H., Cepeda, A., Samudio, C., & Harrison, K. S. (1998). The development of a food craving questionnaire. Poster presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA. Teaching Experience 07/2004- Graduate Teaching Fellow, University of North Texas 08/2004 Psychological Dynamics of Women Responsibilities: Developed and presented daily lectures on topics including theories of feminism, gender roles, psychosocial development, and issues such as sexual harassment, eating disorders, sexuality, and pregnancy. 01/2004- Graduate Teaching Fellow, University of North Texas 05/2004 General Psychology I Responsibilities: Developed and presented weekly lectures on topics including learning, social behavior, intelligence, personality, human development, and psychological disorders. Created and graded exams and assignments for a class of over 100 undergraduate students. 08/2003- Graduate Teaching Fellow, University of North Texas 12/2003 Psychology of the Offender Responsibilities: Developed and presented weekly lectures on topics pertaining to law and psychology. Created and graded exams and assignments for a class of 90 upper-level undergraduate students. 08/2001- Graduate Teaching Fellow, University of North Texas 05/2003 Psychology of Learning and Success Responsibilities: Developed and presented weekly lectures to undergraduate students. Created and graded quizzes, exams, and assignments. Other Work Experience 05/2004- Visitation Supervisor 05/2005 Independent Contractor, Dallas-Ft. Worth area, TX Responsibilities: Supervised court-ordered visitation between non-custodial parents and their children and intervening when appropriate. Prepared reports for the attorneys and the court; testified in custody cases. 04/1999- Research Specialist 08/2000 Texas Commission on Jail Standards, Austin, TX
7 Harrison 7 Responsibilities: Researched issues pertaining to local incarceration, conducted on-site audits of county jails, reviewed inmate suicides, and researched mental health practices in jails. 02/1999- Interviewer 08/2000 Macro International, Austin, TX Responsibilities: Conducted interviews of children who have received mental health services from Travis County MHMR and their caretakers. 03/1998- Research Specialist 04/1999 Criminal Justice Policy Council, Austin, TX Responsibilities: Statistical research relating to the criminal justice system in Texas, collected and analyzed data, prepared summary reports. Other Professional Activities 05/2010- Member 02/2014 SC Department of Mental Health Institutional Review Board 02/2009 & Invited Expert 06/2009 National College of District Attorneys National Advocacy Center, Columbia, SC Instructor and mock expert on issues of mental illness and domestic violence Member Texas Psychological Association Member Capital Area Psychological Association Member American Psychology-Law Society
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