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Professional Service

Psychologist (1997-Present),
Atlanta Counseling Center

Adjunct Professor (2011-Present),
Emory University, Atlanta

Adjunct Professor (2003-Present),
Richmont Graduate University, Atlanta

Member, Psychology Licensing Board (2008-Present),
Georgia Board of Examiners of Psychologists

Adjunct Professor (1996-2016),
Argosy University, Atlanta

Author, Risk Management - Second Edition (2015),
Professional Resource Press

Author, Ethical Risk Management - Second Edition (2012),
Professional Resource Press

Author, Risk Management (2008),
Professional Resource Press

Author, Ethical Risk Management (1999),
Professional Resource Press

Author, Multiaxial Diagnostic Inventory (1999),
Professional Resource Press

Editor (1997-2009),
Georgia Psychologist Magazine

President (2003-2004),
Georgia Psychological Association

Member, Executive Committee (1997-2009),
Georgia Psychological Association

Member, Ethics Committee (1995-2008),
Georgia Psychological Association


Board Certification

Diplomate in Clinical Psychology (1989) (#4063),
American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP)

Diplomate in Neuropsychology (1984, 1990) (#215),
American Board of Professional Neuropsychology (ABPN)

Diplomate in Medical Psychotherapy (1987) (#190-1986),
American Board of Medical Psychotherapists (ABMP)


Practice Certificates

Interjurisdictional Practice Certificate (2012) (#1208),
Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB)

Certificate of Professional Qualification (2001) (#1208),
Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB)


Professional Organizations

Georgia Psychological Association
American Psychological Association
American Counseling Association
National Academy of Neuropsychology
National Register of Health Service Psychologists
Christian Association for Psychological Studies
American Academy of Clinical Psychology
American College of Professional Neuropsychology


Clinical Training

Post-doctoral Residency (1979-81),
Dekalb General Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia

Internship in Clinical Psychology (1978-79),
Georgia Mental Health Institute, Atlanta, Georgia

Doctoral Training Ph.D. Clinical Psychology (1976-79),
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia


Graduate Education

Ph.D. Clinical Psychology
Virginia Commonwealth University (1976-1979)
Advisor: James P. McCullough, Ph.D.
Dissertation: An Evaluation of Cognitive-Behavioral Analysis
in the Treatment of Depression: A Series of Single Case Studies.

M.S. Clinical Psychology
Virginia Commonwealth University (1974-1976)
Advisor: James P. McCullough, Ph.D.
Thesis: Physiological Responsivity During the Process of Psychotherapy
in the Treatment of Depression: A Series of Single Case Studies.

B.S. Psychology (Magna Cum Laude)
Emory University (1970-1974)
Advisor: John Hollender, Ph.D.
Honor's Thesis: Physical Fitness and its Relationship to
Physical Self-Concept and Depression.

Remember, experience is not what happens to us.
It is what we do with what happens to us.

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