MSW, ACSW, LCSW Board Certified Diplomate in Clinical Social Work
PHILOSOPHY OF CLINICAL PRACTICE To provide psychotherapy to all ages of people utilizing individual, group, marital, and family therapy. The therapy I provide is a comprehensive, holistic approach influenced by a wide diversity of theories and methods: Psychoanalysis / psychosocial theory (Freud, Sullivan), Object Relations Theory (Winnicott, Fairbairn, Mahler), Client-Centered / Rogerian (Rogers), Self-Psychology (Kohut), Ecosystems Model (Germaine & Gitterman), Feminist Theory, Narrative Theory, Gestalt (Perls), Jungian Psychology / Dream Interpretation (Jung), Bowen Family Systems Theory, Family Therapy / Sculpting (Satir), Intrapsychic Humanism (Heinemann – Piper), Jungian Process Psychology (Mindell), Hakomi Mind / Body Psychology (Kurtz), Art Therapy, Movement / Expressive Arts Therapy, Hypnosis (Classic), Drug & Alcohol / Codependency Theories, Multicultural Treatment Theories, Gottman Marital Therapy, Trauma Treatment: Prolonged Exposure Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Mindfulness Therapy (Zinn), and Resilency Training. I continually strive to remain up-to-date and expand my knowledge and skills in therapy by integrating the theories of the master therapists / theorists and contemporaries. I have also specialized in family therapy, crisis intervention, children and adolescents, drug and alcohol abuse and family issues, sexual assault, incest, women’s issues, psychosomatic illness, infant loss, infant / child massage instruction, yoga therapy, stress management, and psychology of medical disorders, Native American mental health issues, culturally congruent multicultural psychotherapies, Trauma/PTSD, military mental health issues.
PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE / CERTIFICATIONS • Board Certified Diplomate in Clinical Social Work, NASW • Qualified Clinical Social Worker, NASW • Member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers (ACSW) • Certified School Social Worker, NASW • Registered Play Therapist, Association for Play Therapy • National Board of Addiction Examiners: Master Social Work Addictions Counselor • Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist – CSAP, Office of Substance Abuse Technologies, Univ. of Nevada • Certificate in Leadership and Management: Core Competencies, Univ. of Nevada • Certified Equestrian Assisted Psychotherapist, EGALLA. • Certified Military Mental Health Specialist • Colorado: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW ••••• • Wyoming: Licensed Professional Social Worker, LCSW •••••B • Idaho:•••••Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW ••••• • Montana: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW •••••
EDUCATION 8/••••• – •••••/••••• Doctoral Studies in Clinical Social Worker, Loyola University of Chicago: DSW-ABD •••••Clinical Social Work Sequence; Dr. Katherine Tyson, Advisor 4:••••• GPA – Coursework & internship completed. DSW-ABD 1/••••• – 5/••••• Doctoral Internship: Family Service of Wilmette •••••SUPERVISOR: Dr. Robert Noone, Ph.D. •••••POSITION: Clinical Social Work Internship – ••••• months, 4:••••• GPA •••••DUTIES: Psychotherapy with Adults, Couples & Families, Multicultural
MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK (MSW) (June •••••) BACHELOR OF ARTS (BA) (June •••••) Michigan State University•••••Western Michigan University East Lansing, MI•••••Kalamazoo, MI Clinical Social Work - Direct Practice Sequence Majors: English, Sociology; Secondary Teaching Cert.
6/••••• – 6/••••• Master of Social Work Clinical Internship Placements (Two Nine-Month Placements) • Adult Mental Health Services, Traverse City, MI. SUPERVISOR: Lynn Parker, ACSW••••• DUTIES: Individual Psychotherapy; intake, assessment, psychosocial history, advocacy. Adult clients from Regional Psychiatric Hospital and Community. Dual Diagnosis. • Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital, Arnel-Engstrom Children’s Unit, Traverse City, MI SUPERVISOR: David Downer, MSW••••• DUTIES: All phases of clinical social work including advocacy, intake interviews, psychosocial history, assessment, diagnosis, case review, interventions through individual, family, group, milieu, and play therapy. Ages ••••• years for mental, emotional, psychiatric, and drug-related disorders. Substance Abuse / Chemical Dependency and Dual Diagnosis.
5/••••• to present: Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center, ••••• W. Fifth St., Sheridan, WY ••••• POSITION: Psychotherapist – LCSW DUTIES: Provide psychotherapy to individuals, adults, children, and adolescents, families, couples, and groups. Services include assessment, psychosocial history, intake, diagnosis (DSM-IIIR & IV), medication evaluation, consultation, psychotherapy, community interface and referral. Utilize individual, family, marital, group and play therapy. Specialized services in substance abuse, codependency, sexual and physical abuse, process addiction, women’s issues, depression, dual diagnosis, chronic disorders, psychiatric disorders of physical illness, psychosomatic disorders. Also Emergency Psychiatric Evaluations and interventions for suicidal, interpersonal crisis, and psychotic patients requiring hospitalization, Emergency Detention, or Involuntary Commitment. Extensive interventions with health care providers. Weekly and individual and group supervision.
9/••••• to 5/••••• VA Primary Healthcare Clinic – Durango, ••••• E. 3rd Ave., Durango, CO ••••• POSITION: LCSW Clinical Social Worker DUTIES: Individual, Family, Couple & Group Therapy to all ages of Veterans, including WWI, Korea, Vietnam through OIE/OEF; Includes trauma treatment with Cognitive Processing Therapy, Prolonged Exposure Therapy, Mindfulness Therapy, and Gottman Marital Therapy. Provide case management, community referral, and recommend and facilitate inpatient placements.
•••••/••••• to 8/•••••: Tripler Army Medical Center, Dept. of Psychiatry, Psychiatry Residency Program, Honolulu, HI Supervisor: Dr. Joy Hiramoto, MD/Psychiatrist, POSITION: Clinical Practitioner/Research Faculty, Dept. of Psychiatry, Psychiatry Residency Program, Dept of Psychiatry. DUTIES: Individual, Family, Couple & Group Therapy – Inpatient Acute Care Unit with Active Military and family members; Includes trauma treatment w/ Cognitive Processing Therapy, Prolonged Exposure Therapy, Mindfulness Therapy; Gottman Marital Therapy. Research on Military Psychiatric Issues and other related topics, including supervision of residents on development and implementation on research topics.
9/••••• to 9/•••••: Northwest College, Powell, WY. POSITION: Adjunct Faculty; Supervisor: Rhonda Peer. DUTIES: Teaching Courses in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology, and Social Work.
5/••••• to •••••/•••••: Yellowstone Behavioral Health Center. Cody, WY. POSITION: Adult Clinical Services - Psychotherapist DUTIES: Individual, Family, Couple & Group Therapy, On-Call Emergency Psychiatric Evaluations, Staff Development Training. Specialize in Psychosomatic & Health Issues, Traumatic Brain Injury, Dual Diagnosis Specialist.
•••••/••••• to 4/•••••: Hill Country Community Clinic, Round Mountain, CA. POSITION: Behavioral Health Specialist / Therapist DUTIES: Behavioral Health Specialist providing consultation, evaluation and assessment, and clinical interventions for patients with complex medical / biopsychosocial issues. Program Development, Fundraising, Pain Management, Support Groups, Patient Outreach, Agency outreach and collaborations, Staff Support, Community Social Action.
2/••••• – ••••• PRIVATE CLINICAL PRACTICE, Boulder, CO Provide individual, family, marital, and group therapy. Services for substance abuse, codependency, survivors of physical / sexual abuse, PTSD, depression, anxiety, recovery from major illness & accidents, interpersonal conflicts, psychosomatic illness, personal growth, grief and loss issues, spirituality issues, •••••step work, men’s issues, women’s issues, creativity blocks, dual diagnosis, infant loss, infant and child massage instruction, family bonding issues, play therapy, Sand Tray, Hypnotherapy, Body-Centered Psychotherapy, Couples Communication Skills Training, Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist Program Developer, Trainer and Workshop Presenter. Develop/implement HOME Program. Develop/implement NAES college counseling program. • 5/••••• – 5/••••• HOME PROGRAM: Two-Year Grant Awarded for Consultation, Program Development and Psychotherapy Services, Clear Creek County, Idaho Springs, CO. I was awarded two one-year grants to develop the HOME Program. HOME (Hope, Opportunity, Morale, Empowerment) is an innovative program providing psychotherapy, education and prevention services for teen parents. Duties include psychotherapy, program development, coordination, evaluation, prevention education, workshop development and presentation. Services to Adolescent and first-time parents, their infants / children and families / support persons. • 9/••••• – 5/••••• NAES COLLEGE (Native American Indian Services), Chicago, ILL. Director / Therapist of NAES Counseling Services (one day/week) w/ ••••• Native American clients. Faculty: Teach 6 credit undergraduate course: “Human Services for Urban Native American clients”. Workshop / Staff Development Trainer. Consultant.
8/••••• – 6/••••• GOSHEN COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT, Office of Special Services. Torrington, WY POSITION: School Social Worker DUTIES: Developed Special Education Social Work Program. Short-term and long-term intensive Individual, Family and Group Therapy and Crisis Intervention for Special Education and At-risk Students. Evaluation Process: Assessment, Evaluation, Psychosocial histories, consultation, Student IEP Evaluations and Implementation, MDT member. Program Development. Classroom Behavior Management Consultations. Staff Development Workshops. Classroom presentations as requested.
•••••/••••• – 5/••••• FAMILY PRACTICE RESIDENCY PROGRAM, School of Medicine, College of Health Services, University of Wyoming, Cheyenne, WY. SUPERVISOR: Arthur Merrell, MD., Psychiatrist POSITION: Faculty - Instructor of Behavior Sciences in Medicine DUTIES: Development and teaching of Behavior Sciences Curriculum to Family Practice Residents (First, Second, Third Year) through consultation, group presentations, hospital rounds, and conjoint therapy techniques. Teaching with a focus on Family Dynamics, Psychosocial Issues of Families and Patient, Communication Skills, Diagnosis, Assessment, Referral, Intervention in Psychosocial / Psychiatric Needs of Patients. Community Presentations, Networking and Referral. Development of computerized Community Referral System. Advising / Consultation, Psychotherapy Clinic, Evaluation, Teaching, Clinical Support for residents. Weekly Hospital Rounds, Scholarly Research and Writing. Direct Clinical Services to patients. Weekly Supervision. Reappointed. (This position was maintained concurrently while maintaining my private practice in Boulder, CO).
•••••/••••• – 6/••••• ELEMENTARY DAY TREATMENT PROGRAM, Mental Health Center of Boulder County, Boulder, CO. SUPERVISOR: Mary Hartnett, Ph.D. POSITION: Family Therapist / Coordinator / Supervisor of Extended Day Treatment Program DUTIES: Individual, group and family therapy, and multi-family group therapy model to severely emotionally and behaviorally disturbed children and their families. Multi-agency team approach within a behaviorally structured milieu setting. Also developed and coordinated Extended Day Treatment Program for the children involving recruitment, training and supervision of treatment staff (undergraduate and graduate student volunteers and interns), program development / evaluation, and weekly individual and group supervision of staff. Development of Program Manual. Weekly Supervision.
2/••••• – 2/••••• NORTHERN WYOMING MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, ••••• W. Fifth Street, Sheridan, WY. SUPERVISOR: Mick Pattinson, Ph.D. POSITION: Adult and Family Therapist DUTIES: Provide psychotherapy to individuals, adults, children, and adolescents, families, couples, and groups. Services include assessment, psychosocial history, intake, diagnosis (DSM-IIIR & IV), medication evaluation, consultation, psychotherapy, community interface and referral. Utilize individual, family, marital, group and play therapy. Specialized services in substance abuse, codependency, sexual and physical abuse, process addiction, women’s issues, depression, dual diagnosis, chronic disorders, psychiatric disorders of physical illness, psychosomatic disorders. Also Emergency Psychiatric Evaluations and interventions for suicidal, interpersonal crisis, and psychotic patients requiring hospitalization, Emergency Detention, or Involuntary Commitment. Extensive interventions with health care providers. Weekly and individual and group supervision.
8/••••• – 2/••••• WASHAKIE SCHOOL DISTRICT #1, Educational Resource Center, Worland, WY. POSITION: School Social Worker DUTIES: Short-term and long-term intensive individual, family and group therapy and Crisis Intervention. MDA and CSM team member - included screening, evaluation and referrals for special services: family and psychosocial histories, interpretation of test results, classroom observations and behavior assessments, consultation, and team recommendation and implementation. Referral, planning, testing, advocacy, therapy, and out-of-district placement case management for emotionally-disturbed and physically handicapped youth. Program Development: Youth Support Groups, Parent Support Groups, and Socio-Drama Day for Middle School students.
8/••••• – 8/••••• THIRD LEVEL CRISIS INTERVENTION CENTER, Runaway Services Program, Traverse City, MI. POSITION: Individual & Family Therapist (5 years); Program Coordinator (1 year) DUTIES: Therapist – Crisis Intervention and long-term individual, family, group, marital and play therapy for at-risk youth and their families. Intake, treatment, case management, psychosocial histories, diagnosis, implementation, termination, case management, follow-up, short-term shelter / foster care, consultation, judicial justice system advocacy. •••••Hour Emergency On-Call system participation, Empathy Listening Skills, Values Clarification and Problem-Solving Trainer for staff, volunteers, and community agency personnel. Special topic seminars and presentations for youth, parents, agencies, and special interest groups. Drug / alcohol, physical / sexual abuse, psychiatric illness, learning disabilities, and emotionally and behaviorally disturbed children and adolescents treated. Program Coordinator – Maintained full-caseload, recruitment / hire, training, supervision and evaluation of clinical staff. Program evaluation, budget, grant-writing, program development, public relations, board member of State Runaway Youth Network Board. Developed youth support group model. Community services program with Probate Court. Case management with community services. Monthly and Quarterly Statistical Reports. Community Program Board Member.
4/••••• – 8/••••• THIRD LEVEL CRISIS INTERVENTION CENTER, Traverse City, MI. POSITION: Crisis Intervention Therapist, Volunteer Coordinator and Supervisor DUTIES: Crisis Intervention Services to community clients including drug / alcohol, chronically mentally ill, homeless, displaced persons, runaway youth, abused/domestic violence, runaway youth, unemployed, suicidal. Assess community needs and referrals, assess drug use and overdose, psychiatric emergencies. Develop and coordinate Crisis Intervention Program including recruit, hire, training and supervise all CI volunteers. Community Presentations: Drugs & Alcohol, Mental Health Issues, Maintain training and certifications. Community & Volunteer Staff Trainer: Crisis Intervention Skills, Empathy Listening Skills, Values Clarification, Problem- Solving.
6/••••• – 4/••••• GRAND TRAVERSE AREA DATA CENTER, Traverse City, MI. POSITION: Demographic Research Analyst DUTIES: Research design, collected primary data, synthesized and analyzed demographic date for •••••county area. Assisted in writing & editing research reports for publication and distribution.
PROFESSIONAL TEACHING POSITIONS:
9/••••• – 9/••••• Northwest College, Powell, WY ••••• Supervisor: Rhonda Peer. •••••Instructor: Undergraduate - “Psychology •••••” (4 cred); “Marriage & Family” (3 credits). 1/••••• – 5/••••• NAES (Native American Education Services) of Chicago, Illinois. Instructor: “Dynamics of Human Services in the Urban Native American Community”. ••••• Level, 6 credit course. ••••• Native American Undergraduate Students. One semester. •••••/••••• – 5/••••• UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING, Family Practice Residency Program, Cheyenne, WY. Instructor of Behavior Sciences, Reappointed, (1st, 2nd & 3rd yr. residents). Full-time. 5/••••• – 8/••••• UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING, School of Social Work, Laramie, WY. Field Placement Instructor. One undergraduate social work practicum student. ••••• – ••••• PRESCOTT COLLEGE, Prescott, AZ. Adjunct Professor: Mental Health Issues. Off-campus.
WORKSHOP / CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS • 2/••••• “Stalking: The Issue, Stalkers, Victims & What to DO to Create Safety!” YBHC Staff Dev. • 5/••••• – 5/••••• HOME Program – Workshop Presentations for 1st time Parents including infants, partners and families, and other support persons. • 3/••••• “The Culturally Congruent Counseling Model: A Self-Determination Empowerment Approach with Native Americans”. •••••th Anniversary of Social Work Conference. Keynote Speaker. Bradley College, Peoria, IL. • 3/••••• “The Culturally Congruent Counseling Model: Developing Self-Determination and Empowerment through Multicultural Counseling”. •••••th Anniversary of Social Work Conference. Keynote Speaker. Western Illinois University. • 3/••••• “A Holistic Examination of American Indian Mental Health Issues: A Social Work Perspective on Self-Determination, Cultural Integrity and Social Justice.” Council on Social Work Education National Conference, Chicago, IL. • 1/••••• “Empowerment Living Skills: Stress Management for Native American Students and Job Training Corp Participants”. (2 hr.) ••••• adults. NAES College, Chicago, IL. • •••••/••••• “Intervention Process for Addictions and Low-functioning Behavior: The Johnson Institute Model” (College faculty & staff). 4 sessions (2 hrs. each). NAES College, Chicago, IL. • •••••/••••• “Agency Team Building with the Myers-Briggs”. (4 hrs.) ••••• staff. Lutheran Family Services. Ft. Collins, Co. • •••••/••••• “Empathy Listening Skills Training” Pineridge Reservation School System (faculty & community members). Pineridge, SD. • 4/••••• “Youth Support Groups in Schools”. Wyoming School Social Worker Workshop. Lander, WY. • 4/••••• – 8/••••• Empathy Listening Skills, Values Clarification & Problem Solving Skills Training for numerous crisis intervention volunteers and community schools and agencies. Traverse City, MI.
VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE • 5/••••• – 6/••••• Workshop Presenter, NAES College, Chicago, IL. Substance Abuse, Stress Management Issues • 3/••••• – 4/••••• Community Lead Professional with Wyoming Perinatal Substance Abuse Prevention Program, School of Nursing, University of Wyoming. As a voluntary lead professional, I provided community education, intervention, referral and program development, and participated in a State-wide Computer Support System regarding Perinatal Substance Abuse. Approximately ••••• Lead Professionals voluntarily participated in this program. Through an •••••day training program, with yearly ••••• day up-date trainings, I was taught skills in community presentation, development, stress evaluation / management, perinatal / prenatal evaluation and care, substance abuse evaluation / prevention, program development / evaluation, computer skills, and group management skills. Specialist focus was on community and Native American Mental Health Issues. • 4/••••• – 4/••••• Crisis Intervention Counselor, Supervisor, & Trainer - Third Level Crisis Intervention Center, Traverse City, MI. • 9/••••• – 4/••••• Volunteer Family Therapist with Community, Family & Children Services of Michigan. Traverse City, MI. (••••• hours / week).
POST GRADUATE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING • ••••• Certified Military Mental Health Specialist, Psychiatry Dept., Tripler Army Medical Ctr. (••••• hrs.) • ••••• Certificate in Leadership and Management: Core Competencies. University of Nevada. (••••• hrs.) • •••••/••••• Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist. Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP through Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies. University of Nevada (••••• CEUs). • 8/••••• – 5/••••• Hakomi Psychotherapist Certification. Hakomi Institute, Boulder, CO. (•••••year program with additional supervision.
PUBLICATIONS 8/••••• “Expressive arts group therapy with middle-school aged children from military families.” The Arts in Psychotherapy, doi:•••••/••••• 4/••••• “Youth Support Groups in the Schools”. Supplement to the Wyoming Elementary Principal.
COMMUNITY PLANNING & SUPPORT I have served on numerous community and state service boards over the years regarding planning, development, service delivery and networking of services for children, youth and adults. I also served as a Community Lead Professional with the Wyoming Perinatal Substance Abuse Prevention Program.
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Academy of Clinical Social Workers (ACSW Association for Play Therapy (APT) International Association of Infant Massage Instructors (IAIMI) American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) Colorado Society of Clinical Hypnosis (CSCH) Colorado Association for Dissociation and Multiple Personality Disorders National Board of Addiction Examiners Egalla: Equestrian-Assisted Psychotherpy Association River Oaks Hospital: Preferred Provider – Dissociation & Trauma Program
CERTIFICATIONS 2/••••• Board Certified Diplomate in Clinical Social Work (NASW) 2/••••• Qualified Clinical Social Worker (NASW) 3/••••• School Social Worker Certification (NASW) 3/••••• Registered Play Therapist, Association for Play Therapy (APT) 7/••••• Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) 6/••••• Structural and Hatha Yoga Instructor 2/••••• Infant Massage Instructor, International Association of Infant Massage Instructors (IAIMI) 6/••••• American Red Cross First Aid & Adult CPR •••••/••••• Natural Resource Certificate. Colorado State University (••••• graduate credits) •••••/••••• National Board of Addiction Examiners: Master Social Work Addictions Counselor •••••/••••• Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist (CSAP). University of Nevada – Reno 4/••••• Certificate – Leadership and Management: Core Competencies. University of Nevada – Reno 8/••••• Certified Equestrian-Assisted Psychotherapist, EGALLA. 5/••••• Certified Military Mental Health Specialist, Psychiatry Dept., Tripler Army Medical Center.
ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONAL STATUS I have held Allied Health Professional Status with DePaul Hospital and Memorial Community Hospital in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Sheridan Memorial Hospital in Sheridan, WY, and Powell Valley health Care, Powell, WY., and Tripler Army Medical Center/Dept of Psychiatry, Honolulu, HI.
PERSONAL INTERESTS Pottery, weaving, sumi-e, Japanese Calligraphy, writing, painting (oil & watercolor), drawing, music/song writing / recording, poetry, running / triathlons, swimming, biking, cross-country & telemark skiing, hiking, camping, meditation, Zen Archery (Kuydo), reading, gardening, American Indian Culture & Spirituality, Yoga, Alternative Healing and Natural Health Care, Dance and Movement, Mountaineering / Rock Climbing, Nature Sketching / Writing / Photography, Travel Writing.
REFERENCES AND CREDENTIALS: Available upon request E-mail: •••••
REFERENCES FOR ••••••••••, MSW, ACSW, LCSE BOARD CERTIFIED DIPLOMATE IN CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK
Mick Pattinson, Ph.D., CEO ••••• (weekly supervision – group & individual, co-therapist) (Dr. Pattinson was the Deputy Director during my tenure at Northern Wyoming Mental Health Services). Northern Arizona Regional Behavioral Health Authority, Flagstaff, AZ. ••••• ••••• Dr. Dan Cossaboon, Psy.D., Neuropsychologist – Special Programs * (Co-therapist) Yellowstone Behavioral Health Center ••••• Big Horn Avenue, Cody, WY ••••• •••••; (•••••) ••••• (hm); (•••••) ••••• (cell)
Tripler Army Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry, Graduate Medical Education Program, 1 Jarrett White Road, Honolulu, HI ••••• Dr. Joy Hiramoto, MD, Psychiatrist, Inpatient Acute Care Psychiatry Unit, •••••, ••••• Dr. Thomas Ditzler, Ph.D., Dir. of Research Dev., ••••• Puwa Pl., Kailua, HI •••••, •••••, ••••• Dr. Steve Zuchowski, MD, Psychiatrist, Assistant Director – GME, •••••, •••••.
Dr. Dave Polefka, Ph.D.••••• (Substance Abuse Specialist – Program Coord.) (Weekly Supervision – 1 year) Northern Wyoming Mental Health Services ••••• W. Fifth Street Sheridan, WY •••••••••• •••••••••• - ••••• (wk)
Jerry Iekel, ACSW* (Retired Director of NWMHS, now in private practice & State Legislator) ••••• Cedar Sheridan, WY •••••••••• ••••• – ••••• – ••••• (wk)
Arthur Merrill, MD, Psychiatrist••••• (Supervisor at Family Practice Residency Program, University of Wyoming, weekly supv.) ••••• Seymour Avenue Cheyenne, WY •••••••••• ••••• – ••••• – ••••• (wk)
Dr. Robert Noone, Ph.D. Director••••• (Doctoral Internship Supervision) (Weekly) Family Service Center of Wilmette ••••• Willamette Avenue Wilmette, IL ••••• ••••• – ••••• – ••••• (wk)
Loyola University References: Dr. Katherine Tyson, Assistant Professor ••••• (Advisor)•••••••••• – ••••• – ••••• Dr. Janice Rasheed, Assistant Professor ••••••••••* – ••••• – ••••• Dr. Randy Lucente, Department Chair of Doctoral Department••••••••••* – ••••• – ••••• Dr. Joseph Walsh, Ph.D., Dean, School of Social Work••••••••••* – ••••• – •••••