• December 22, 2014

The CV Doctor: Résumé For Psychology


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OBJECTIVE
 
Position with consulting firm helping clients to increase staff productivity. High-energy, experienced presenter. Expertise in personal effectiveness development and cross-cultural issues. Extensive experience in assessment.
 
EDUCATION
 
University of Y, City, State
Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology (Full APA accreditation), expected, January 2002
  • Social Justice, Student Research, and Student Travel Awards
  • Outstanding Student Research Award, State Psychological Association, 1997
  • Graduate Research Assistant, 1998

    Loyola College in Maryland, Baltimore, MDM.A. in Counseling Psychology, January 1999

  • Graduate Research Assistant, 1994-1996
    B.A. in Psychology (with honors), May 1994
 
TRAINING AND PRESENTATION EXPERIENCE
 
University of California, Irvine, Department of Social Ecology, Irvine, CA Spring 2000
Co-Instructor for course on cultural diversity. Trained teaching assistants in facilitation skills and group dynamics.
University of Y, Department of Educational Psychology, City, State 1997-1999
Graduate Teaching Assistant for graduate course in measurement and evaluation.
Co-Instructor. Co-taught credit granting undergraduate level course in career development.
Loyola College in Maryland, Department of Psychology, Baltimore, MD 1995 - 1996
Graduate Teaching Assistant for "Introductory Psychology" and "Multicultural Issues in Psychology."
University of California, Irvine, Counseling Center; University of Y, Department of Educational Psychology; and Loyola College in Maryland, Counseling Center 1993 - 2000
Workshops & Training Presentations
  • Developing and delivering workshops, Understanding learning styles, Time management
  • Interpersonal communication skills, Conflict management & resolution, Helping skills
  • Coping skills, Stress management, Assertiveness, Mental health issues for college students
  • Multicultural communication, Counseling American Indian clients, American Indian identity development

    Conference presentations at eight state, local, and national meetings on educational retention, MMPI-2, multicultural research, substance abuse treatment, and working with American Indian clients. Published research on responses of teachers to childrenÌs emotional and behavioral problems.

 
CONSULTING EXPERIENCE
 
Los Angeles Community College District, Los Angeles, CA
Research Analyst 2000 - Present
Conduct institutional research on operations, finance, enrollment, retention, student success, student contact hours, and staffing patterns. Program coordination, organization and evaluation.
 
Statistics Consultant 1997 - Present
Norman, OK; Los Angeles, CA
Assist in the design and analysis of social science research projects, including evaluation of experimental design and statistical analysis with statistical software packages.
 
University of Y, City, State
Liaison 1998 - 1999
Consulted with several campus agencies regarding American Indian student services and needs. Investigated rates of retention and success of American Indian students. Measured Counseling Center utilization rates; conducted needs assessment of Counseling Center services.
Graduate Research Assistant, Bureau of Educational Research Services 1997 - 1998
Advised faculty and students on research methodologies and statistical analysis. Provided computer support.
 
MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE
 
University of Southern California College of Education & Los Angeles Community College District
Advisory Board Member 2000 - Present
"Transfer and Retention of Urban Community College Students." Federally funded research grant ($1.3 million) through the Office of Educational Research & Improvement. Establish collaborations, develop questionnaires, determine study design, and present findings.

University of California, Irvine, Center for Educational Partnerships & Santa Ana Unified Schools

Program Evaluator 2000
Evaluated and provided consultation services for mentoring component of a state funded grant.
Member, Grant Teams 1993 - 1999
Researched, developed, and wrote proposals for University of Y Counseling Psychology Program, Muscogee (Creek) Nation Behavioral Health Services, and Harbel Community Organization, Inc., Baltimore, MD.
 
CLINICAL AND ASSESSMENT EXPERIENCE
 
University of California, Irvine Counseling Center, Irvine, CA
Psychology Intern 1999 - 2000
Full-time APA accredited internship serving university community via individual, group, and couples therapy. Conducted comprehensive psychological assessments. Delivered crisis intervention services. Designed and provided outreach and prevention services, including workshops. Consulted to campus organizations.
Field Placement Supervisor 1999 - 2000
Supervised and evaluated clinical psychology doctoral-level students. Provided feedback and direction on clinical work, case management, and case conceptualization.
Muscogee (Creek) Nation Division of Health Administration, Behavioral Health Services; Okmulgee, OK
Counselor and EAP Coordinator 1997
Served as a member of a multidisciplinary team of health professionals. Co-developed, implemented, and coordinated the Employee Assistance Program (EAP); provided short-term counseling services to employees. Conducted initial program evaluation of EAP.

Additional experience with Cleveland County Youth & Family Services, Norman, OK, 1998-1999, University of Y Counseling Psychology Clinic, 1996-1998, University of Y Assessment Clinic, 1998 - 1998.

 
LEADERSHIP
 
Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs, American Psychological Association (APAGS-CEMA) 1998 - Present
Intern Selection Committee, Counseling Center; University of California, Irvine, Winter 2000
Disaster Relief Services Volunteer, Mental Health Division American Red Cross, 1999 - Present
Conference Planning Committee, University of Y Counseling Psychology Program, 1998 - 1999
Faculty Search Committee, University of Y, Department of Educational Psychology, 1998
Several other association student memberships and volunteer experiences.
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