CURRICULUM VITAE

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Seth A. King, Psy.D.
Bethesda, MD

Collegiate Institutions Attended

Dates Attended

Date of Degree

University of Hartford – Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology Hartford, CT September, 1996 to September, 2000 September, 2000 Psy.D.
University of Hartford – Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology Hartford, CT September, 1996 to May, 1998 May, 1998 M.A.
University of Pennsylvania – Graduate School of Education Philadelphia, PA September, 1993 to August, 1994 August, 1994 M.S.Ed.
Muhlenberg College Allentown, PA (Major:  Clinical Psychology) September, 1989 to May, 1993 May, 1993 B.A.

Licenses:

  • Licensed Psychologist, Government of the District of Columbia, October 2002
  • Licensed Psychologist, State of Maryland Examiners of Psychologists, June 2002
  • License to Practice as a Clinical Psychologist, Commonwealth of Virginia Board of Psychology, October 2001

Professional Organizations:

  • American Psychological Association (APA)
  • Maryland Psychological Association (MPA)
  • Association of Practicing Psychologists, Montgomery-Prince George’s Counties (APP)

Qualified as Expert Witness:

  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, November 20-21, 2001, Judge Satterfield
  • Arlington Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court, January 2002
  • Arlington Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court, April 2002
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, June 6, 2002, Judge Mott
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, August 8, 2002, Judge Davis
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, January 3, 2003, Judge Bartnoff
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, October 14, 2003, Judge Puig-Lugo
  • Alexandria, Circuit Court, October 27, 2003
  • Arlington Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court, December 8, 2003
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, December 9, 2003 & February 26, 2004, Judge Burnett
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, December 18, 2003, Judge Deull
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, January 5, 2004, Judge Puig-Lugo
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, March 1, 2004, Judge Mott
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, May 3, 2004, Judge Burnett
  • Arlington Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court, May 24, 2004
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, December 7, 2004, Judge Johnson
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, March 29, 2005, Magistrate Judge Dalton
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, April 12, 2005, Magistrate Judge McCabe
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, June 27, 2005, Judge Beck
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, June 29, 2005, Magistrate Judge Nooter
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, July 12 & August 22, 2005, Magistrate Judge Breslow
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, August 8, 2005, Magistrate Judge McCabe
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, November 16, 2005, Magistrate Judge Nooter
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, January 9, 2006, Magistrate Judge McCabe
  • Deposition, January 17, 2006, Piper Rudnick Gray Cary, District of Columbia
  • Deposition, April 20, 2006, Sutherland, Asbill, & Brennan LLC, District of Columbia
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, May 4, 2006, Judge Long
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, June 29, 2006, Magistrate Judge McCabe
  • Annapolis Juvenile Court, August 3, 2006
  • District of Columbia Public Schools due process hearing, August 22, 2006
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, October 17, 2006, Magistrate Judge Dalton
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, January 30, 2006, Magistrate Judge Breslow
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, March 2, 2007, Magistrate Judge Nooter
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, March 16, 2007, Magistrate Judge Parker
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, June 6, 2007, Judge Davis
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, June 6 and 7, Magistrate Judge Parker
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, June 27, Judge Cordero
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, July 18, 2007, Magistrate Judge Nooter
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, July 31, 2007, Magistrate Judge Nooter
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, January 16, 2008, Judge Johnson
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, February 13, 2008, Magistrate Judge Breslow
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, May 23, 2008, Judge Johnson
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, September 11, 2008, Magistrate Judge Nooter
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, September 17, 2008, Magistrate Judge Gray
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, October 29, 2008, Judge Ryan
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, November 18, 2008, Magistrate Judge Nooter
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, December 1, 2008, Magistrate Judge Smith
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, April 3, 2009, Judge Saddler
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, May 29, 2009, Magistrate Judge Smith
  • District of Columbia Public Schools due process hearing, July 13, 2009
  • Montgomery County Circuit Court, July 29, 2009
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, August 4, 2009, Judge McKenna
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, August 4, 2009, Magistrate Judge McCabe
  • District of Columbia Public Schools due process hearing, October 27, 2009
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, November 3, 2009, Magistrate Judge Bush
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, November 9, 2009, Magistrate Judge Breslow
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, November 10, 2009, Magistrate Judge Gray
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, December 1, 2009, Magistrate Judge Albert
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, January 22, 2010, Magistrate Judge Rook
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, April 14 & 23, 2010, Magistrate Judge Albert
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, 3/26 & 6/7, 2010, Magistrate Judge Rook
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, July 29, 2010, Magistrate Judge Gray
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, September 8, 2010, Magistrate Judge Parker
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, October 18, 2010 Associate Judge Carol Ann Dalton
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, November 8, 2010, Magistrate Judge Parker
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, September 27, 2010 & January 11, 2011, Magistrate Judge Albert
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, February 7, 2011, Magistrate Judge Breslow
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, March 24, 2011, Magistrate Judge Parker
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, April 4, 2011, Magistrate Judge Albert
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, September 22, 2011, Magistrate Judge Rook
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, October 27, 2011, Magistrate Judge Parker
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, December 12, 2011, Magistrate Judge Albert
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, January 24, 2012, Judge Jeanette Clark
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, January 25 & 31, 2012, Judge Mitchell-Rankin
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, February 21, 2012, Magistrate Judge Nooter
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, March 15, 2012, Judge Johnson
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, April 12, 2012, Judge Jeanette Clark
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, April 19, 2012, Magistrate Judge Breslow
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, June 7, 2012, Magistrate Judge Arthur
  • District of Columbia Public Schools due process hearing, July 23, 2012
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, September 27, 2012, Magistrate Judge Lloyd Nolan, Jr.
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, October 26, 2012, Magistrate Judge Arthur
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, November 2, 2012, Magistrate Judge Breslow
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, November 20, 2012, Magistrate Judge Fentress
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, January 15, 2013, Magistrate Judge Albert
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, January 29, 2013, Magistrate Judge Arthur
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, February 6, 2013, Judge Mitchell-Rankin
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, February 28, 2013, Magistrate Judge Lloyd Nolan, Jr.
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, March 7, 2013, Magistrate Judge Rook
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, March 11, 2013, Associate Judge Smith
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, March 13, 2013, Magistrate Judge Arthur
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, April 5, 2013, Judge Mitchell-Rankin
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, May 1, 2013, Magistrate Judge Albert
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, May 14, 2013, Magistrate Judge Rook
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, June 5, 2013, Magistrate Judge Rook
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, June 10, 2013, Associate Judge Smith
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, July 3, 2013, Magistrate Judge Mullin
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, August 2, 2013, Magistrate Judge Albert
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, August 5, 2013, Magistrate Judge Albert
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, August 26, 2013, Magistrate Judge Gray
  • Child & Family Services Agency, November 19, 2013, Fair Trial Hearing
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, November 25, 2013, Magistrate Judge Arthur
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, February 4 & February 7, 2014, Magistrate Judge Arthur
  • Williamsburg-James City County Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court, March 5, 2014
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, March 18, 2014, Magistrate Judge Albert
  • District of Columbia Administrative Hearings, May 1, 2014, Judge Figueroa
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, May 12, 2014, Magistrate Judge Nolan
  • Superior Court of the District of Columbia, May 21, 2014, Judge DiToro

Positions held:

Psychologist, Family Forensic Services, PLLC, Washington, DC
April 2009 to present

Providing psychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults

Psychologist, King Therapeutic & Assessment Services, LLC, Bethesda, MD
May 2003 to present

Providing psychotherapy and psychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults

Contract Evaluator, Youth Forensic Services Division/D.C. Department of Mental Health, Washington, D.C.
May, 2003 to present

Providing court ordered psychological evaluations and expert witness testimony for children, adolescent, and adults

Psychologist, Beyond Psychological Services, Temple Hills, MD
March, 2001 to December 2001

Conducting court ordered psychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults and consultation

 Psychologist, Multicultural Clinical Center, Springfield, VA
November, 2000 to August 2006

Conducting court ordered psychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults

Adjunct Faculty, Argosy University, Arlington, VA
May, 2003 to June, 2003

Teaching Integrative Assessment course to doctorate level clinical psychology students

Psychologist, Youth Forensic Services Division/Oak Hill Youth Center/D.C. Department of Mental Health, Washington, DC
September, 2000 to May, 2003

Providing individual therapy, crisis intervention, and court ordered psychological evaluations and expert witness testimony for adjudicated juvenile offenders, children, and adults.  Also, providing supervision to interns as well as consultation to multidisciplinary treatment teams and diagnostic orientation meetings

Psychology Intern, St. Elizabeth’s Hospital/D.C. Commission on Mental Health Services, Washington, DC
September, 1999 to September, 2000

Provided outpatient individual and family therapy and psychological testing, provided individual therapy and psychological testing on adolescent inpatient unit, provided group and individual therapy at an elementary school and conducted court-ordered evaluations

Therapist, Newington Department of Human Services, Newington, CT
July, 1998 to July, 1999

Provided individual and family therapy

Psychology Extern, Long Lane School, Middletown, CT
September, 1998 to May, 1999

Provided individual and family therapy and psychological evaluations in a state funded institution for adjudicated adolescents

Clinical Research Assistant, New Britain General Hospital, New Britain, CT
February, 1998 to December, 1998

Conducted groups for chronically mentally ill adults, implemented crisis intervention strategies for study participants, assisted in the development of departmental policies, assisted in preparation for clinical medication trials, entered data, conducted phone interviews and processed laboratory testing

Therapist, The Lyman School, Middlefield, CT
Summer, 1998

Provided applied behavioral analysis for children with Autism

Teaching Assistant, Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology, Hartford, CT
September, 1997 to May, 1999

Taught Psychological Assessment lab for first year doctoral students, including reviewing and providing feedback regarding student’s scoring and written psychological evaluations using child and adult intelligence and personality assessment instruments

Psychology Extern, Meriden Child Guidance Clinic, Meriden, CT
September, 1997 to May, 1998

Provided individual and family therapy, conducted groups for children of alcoholics and parents who have children with Attention-Deficit and Disruptive Behavior Disorders and administered psychological evaluations

Therapist, Trained by Rutgers University Consultants, Middlefield, CT
March, 1997 to November, 1997

Provided applied behavioral analysis to children with Autism

Clinical Supervisor of Intensive Services/Outpatient Therapist, North East Treatment Centers, Youth Services Division, Philadelphia, PA
September, 1994 to June, 1996.

Designed and developed Intensive Services/Wrap-Around program

Hired, trained and supervised employees of Intensive Services

Provided individual and family therapy for a caseload of 20 foster children

Served on the quality assurance and utilization review committee

Lead Counselor at a Camp for Children with ADHD, Philadelphia Child Guidance Center, Philadelphia, PA
June, 1994 to August, 1994

Supervised other camp counselors

Implemented therapeutic programs and activitiesfor 45 campers

School Counselor Practicum Intern, Lowell Public School, Philadelphia, PA
January, 1994 to May, 1994.

Taught self-esteem building and anger management skills to children with learning disabilities and provided individual counseling for students.

School Counselor Practicum Intern, Lea Public School, Philadelphia, PA.
September, 1993 to December, 1993

Provided individual and group counseling to K – 6th grade students

School Counselor Intern, Raub Middle School, Allentown, PA
January, 1992 to May, 1992

Assisted emotionally disturbed students with class work

Seminars Conducted & Participation in Classes:

  • Expert Testimony Class Exercise, February 27, 2013, Washington College of Law, American University
  • Mental Health Evaluations, May 2, 2012, co-conducted by Jackson Peyton, Psy.D., sponsored by the DC Volunteer Lawyers Project
  • Expert Testimony Class Exercise, February 29, 2012, Washington College of Law, American University
  • Mental Health Evaluations, January 17, 2012, co-conducted by Jackson Peyton, Psy.D., sponsored by the Family Court Training Committee of the Superior Court
  • Integrative Assessment Class Testing Case Exercise, June 15, 2011, Argosy University, Arlington, VA
  • Expert Testimony Class Exercise, March 3, 2010, Washington College of Law, American University
  • Attachment and Custody, May 7, 2009, co-conducted by Jackson Peyton, Pys.D., sponsored by the Children’s Law Center.
  • Mental Health Evaluations, April 15, 2009, co-conducted by Jackson Peyton, Psy.D., Gisell Hass, Psy.D., and Susan Theut, M.D., MPH, sponsored by the Family Court Training Committee of the Superior Court.
  • Attachment & Bonding:  Issues in the Neglect and Abuse System, February 26, 2009, co-conducted by Jackson Peyton, Psy.D., sponsored by Wilma Brier and CCAN.
  • Assessing Abused and Neglected Youth, May 6, 2005, sponsored by the D.C. Department of Mental Health.
  • If Men and Women Are From Different Planets . . . How Do We Ever Get Together?, May 5, 2005, sponsored by the Montgomery County Jewish Community Center.
  • Breaking Negative Relationship Patterns, December 16, 2004, sponsored by the Montgomery County Jewish Community Center.

Trainings

  • A Review of Federal Laws Impacting Clinical Practice, January 24, 2014, conducted by Paul C. Berman, Ph.D. and sponsored by Maryland Psychological Association, 3 continuing education credits
  • The Level Two Module #1:  Marschak Interaction Method (MIM) Skills Development, December 2, 2013, conducted by Donna Gates, M.A., LCPC and sponsored by The Theraplay Institute, 6.5 continuing education credits
  • The DSM-5:  Diagnosis for Psychological and Emotional Disorders in Children and Adolescents, July 12, 2013, conducted by George Haarman, Psy.D., LMFT and sponsored by Cross Country Education, 6 continuing education credits
  • DSM-5:  Understanding and Diagnosing Mental Disorders, June 12, 2013, conducted by Jean Keim, Ph.D., ABPP and sponsored by Cross Country Education, 6 continuing education credits
  • Ethical ‘Self Defense’ in Clinical Practice:  Calls to the Ethics Committee 2013, April 19, 2013, conducted by the Ethics Committee and sponsored by Maryland Psychological Association, 3 continuing education credits
  • Developing Competence in the Assessment of Children from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and Economically Insecure Populations, March 8, 2013, conducted by Tania Thomas-Presswood and sponsored by Maryland Psychological Association, 3 continuing education credits
  • Clinical Applications of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Including Mindfulness Updates, February 8, 2013, conducted by Debra Resnick, Psy.D. and sponsored by Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists, 3 continuing education credits
  • Completing the Mental Status Exam:  Practical, Hands-On Lessons from the Field, July 11, 2012, conducted by Tim Webb, M.A.Ed., LPC and sponsored by Cross Country Education, 6 continuing education credits
  • Overcoming Low Self-Esteem:  Recognizing and Treating This Prevalent Issue, April 20, 2012, conducted by Marilyn Sorensen, Ph.D. and sponsored by Cross Country Education, 6 continuing education credits
  • Custody and Access/Visitation Schedules:  What Determines the Best Interest of the Child?, January 13, 2012, conducted by Paul Berman, Ph.D., Katherin Killeen, Ph.D., & Michelle Parker, Ph.D. and sponsored by the Maryland Psychological Association and the Maryland Psychological Association Foundation, 3 continuing education credits
  • Introductory Marschak Interaction Method Skills Training, December 5 & 6, 2011, conducted by Phyllis Booth, M.A., LMFT, LCPC, RPT/S and sponsored by The Theraplay Institute, 13 continuing education credits
  • Developing Competence in the Assessment of Children from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and Economically Insecure Populations, November 20, 2011, conducted by Tania Thomas-Presswood, Ph.D. and sponsored by Association of Practicing Psychologists, 3 continuing education credits
  • Clinical Supervision:  Legal, Ethical and Risk Management Issues, July 29, 2011, conducted by George Haarman, Psy.D., LMFT and sponsored by Cross Country Education, 6 continuing education credits
  • Treating Trauma and Attachment Issues in Children & Families, May 25, 2011, conducted by Terry Levy, Ph.D., D.A.P.A., B.C.F.E. and Michael Orleans, M.A., D.A.P.A., B.C.F.E. and sponsored by PESI, 6 continuing education credits
  • Ethical Issues for the Forensic Psychologist, December 11, 2010, conducted by Don Bersoff, J.D., Ph.D. and sponsored by American Academy of Forensic Psychology, 7 continuing education credits
  • Evidence-Based Steps to the Effective Treatment of Difficult Clients, October 27, 2010, conducted Mitch Abblett, Ph.D. and sponsored by PESI, 6 continuing education credits
  • Teens and Technology:  Counseling Techniques to Combat Unhealthy Tech Use, March 5, 2010, conducted by Dr. Paul Simpson and sponsored by Cross Country Education, 6 continuing education credits
  • Ethical Issues in the Culture of Psychotherapy, October 14, 2009, conducted by Frances Forstenzer, LCSW-C, BCD and sponsored by the Mental Health Association, 3 continuing education credits
  • WAIS-IV Advanced Interpretation Issues, September 11, 2009, conducted by George McCloskey, Ph.D. and sponsored by Maryland Psychological Association, 6 continuing education credits
  • Expert Testimony and Report Writing, February 18, 2009, conducted by Randy Otto, Ph.D. and sponsored by the American Academy of Forensic Psychology, 7 continuing education credits
  • Ethics in Action, December 11, 2008, conducted by David Jobes, Ph.D. and sponsored by Health Education Network, 6 continuing education credits
  • Seminar on Violence, December 8, 2008, sponsored by the DC Board of Psychology and the Children’s Health Project of DC:  Children’s National Medical Center, 6 continuing education credits
  • Risk Assessment & Mental Health Status Exam, September 19, 2008, conducted by David Nowell, Ph.D. and sponsored by PESI, LLC, 6 continuing education credits
  • Assessing Risk for Violence with Juveniles, March 14, 2008, sponsored by Institute of Law, Psychiatry and Public Policy-University of Virginia, 5 continuing education credits
  • Anxiety Disorders:  Research, Diagnosis and Treatment, March 5, 2008, sponsored by Cross Country Education, 6 continuing education credits
  • Best Practices in Brief Therapy:  An Optimistic, Enthusiastic, and Strength-Oriented Approach, December 4, 2007, sponsored by American Healthcare Institute (AHI), 7 continuing education units
  • Ethics, Emotions, and Values:  Why We Don’t’ Always Follow the Rules, October 19, 2007, sponsored by Clinical Practice Enrichment Series, 3 continuing education units
  • Mindfulness & Psychotherapy with Ron Siegel, May 3, 2007, sponsored by the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM), 6 continuing education units
  • Dilemmas, Decision Making, and Ethical Practice, March 8, 2007, conducted by Dr. Jeffrey E. Barnett and sponsored by Society for Personality Assessment, 3.5 continuing education units
  • Psychological Assessment of Learning Disabilities for Psychologists – A Two Day Workshop, conducted by William Stixrud, Ph.D. and Luanne Adams, Ph.D. and sponsored by the Lab School of Washington, December 7 and 8, 2006, 12 continuing education units
  • Advances in Understanding and Managing ADHD in Children and Adolescents, October 20, 2006, conducted by Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D. and sponsored by Maryland School Psychologists’ Association, Inc., 5.5 continuing education credits
  • Grief Counseling & Clinical Practice – What Therapists Need to Know, April 10, 2006, sponsored by CMI Education Institute, Inc., 6.5 continuing education units
  • The HIPAA Security Rule:  Getting Ready, October 28, 2005, sponsored by Paul Berman, Ph.D. and the Maryland Psychological Association, 3 continuing education units
  • Advanced Rorschach:  Scoring & Interpretation, October 7-9, 2005, sponsored by Rorschach Workshops, 21 continuing education units
  • Attachment Training Course-Part III – Treatment of High-Risk Attachment-Caregiving Patterns, June 24 and June 25, 2005, sponsored by the faculty of the Mary D. Ainsworth Child-Parent Attachment Clinic University of Virginia School of Medicine, 13.0 continuing education units
  • Identifying Parent’s Healthy and High-Risk Caregiving Behaviors, April 15 and April 16, 2005, sponsored by the faculty of the Mary D. Ainsworth Child-Parent Attachment Clinic University of Virginia School of Medicine, 13.0 continuing education units
  • Keynote:  Coming to Our Senses, Workshop:  Advances in Anxiety Treatment, and Workshop:  Trauma Treatment in Context:  A Relational Approach, March 18, 2005, sponsored by Psychotherapy Networker Symposium, 5 continuing education units
  • Clinical Supervision:  Ethical, Legal & Practice Issues, October 8, 2004, sponsored by the Maryland Board of Psychology, 6 continuing education units
  • Comprehensive Child Custody Evaluations, September 30, 2004, sponsored by American Academy of Forensic Psychology, 7 continuing education units
  • Advanced Interpretation of the WISC-IV and WISC-IV Integrated, May 28, 2004, sponsored by George McCloskey, Ph.D., 6 continuing education units
  • An Evidence-Based Clinical Training Course:  Identifying Children’s Healthy and High Risk Attachment Behaviors, March 26 and March 27, 2004, sponsored by the faculty of the Mary D. Ainsworth Child-Parent Attachment Clinic University of Virginia School of Medicine, 13.5 continuing education units
  • Coaching for Clinicians, October 10, 2003, sponsored by Dr. Ben Dean – Mentor Coach, 5 continuing education units
  • Identification of Learning Disabilities for Psychologists Part II: In Depth Assessment Procedures, Integration of Results, Report Writing and Recommendations, July 17, 2003, sponsored by the Lab School of Washington, 6 continuing education credits
  • Identification of Learning Disabilities for Psychologists Part I:  Response to Intervention and Psychoeducational Assessment, July 16, 2003, sponsored by the Lab School of Washington, 6 continuing education credits
  • Using the Rorschach Inkblot Method with Children and Adolescents, June 6, 2003, sponsored by Widener University – Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology, 6 continuing education credits
  • Childhood Aggression, Hyperactivity and Violence, April 10, 2003, sponsored by American Healthcare Institute (AHI), 7 continuing education credits
  • Nonverbal Learning Disabilities – Developing an Educational Program for the Student with NLD, Confronting the Social Challenges of NLD in Adolescence, March 11, 2003, sponsored by Dean J.M. Mooney, Ph.D., NCSP, 6 continuing education credits
  • Nonverbal Learning Disabilities – The Diagnosis, Facilitating Social Skills Development in Children with NLD, March 10, 2003, sponsored by Dean J.M. Mooney, Ph.D., NCSP, 6 continuing education credits
  • The Newly Revised APA Ethics Code:  Development, Changes, and Implications for Practice, December 6, 2002, sponsored by MPA, 3 continuing education credits

Research Experience:

Research Assistant
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
January, 1994 to May, 1994

Conducted research with Margaret Spencer, Ph.D.

Research Assistant
Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA
September, 1991 to December, 1991

Conducted an independent research project on subliminal perception.

References:

Available upon request

Updated on May 21, 2014