TEACHING/Supervision(Full and Part Time From 1977 to Present)
Supervision of psychology doctoral interns and post doctoral individuals,
Gateway, Cook County Jail, Chicago, Illinois.
(October 2010 to present: Part-time)
Provide clinical supervision and in-service training for externs, interns, and post doctoral graduate students providing mental health treatment within Cook County Jail.
Will County Health Department, Psychology Intern Program
(June 2006 to April 2009; part time: Due to time demands from an expanding private practice, I elected to leave the position.)
On-site in service teaching and supervision of psychology graduate students in psychological testing, report writing, and psychotherapy.
Adjunct Professor, Chicago School of Professional Psychology
(September 2006 to June 2008; part time: Due to time demands from an expanding private practice, I elected to leave the position.)
Taught advance practicum for graduate students completing practicum training.
Adjunct Professor, Adler Institute of Professional Psychology
(September 1990 to January 1993; part time: Due to time demands from an expanding private practice, I elected to leave the position.)
Taught coursework in substance abuse assessment and treatment, graduate clinical practice, and report writing. Also participated on doctoral dissertation committees and the committee for curriculum development for substance abuse certification.
Assistant Professor of Social Work, Washington State University
(October 1977 to June 1979; moved to Chicago, Illinois for graduate school in psychology)
Taught undergraduate coursework in child welfare social work, child and adult development, and group therapy.