Dr. Carrie A. Wonderly
Ilion, New York 13357
Walden University, 2009-2018
Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program
University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ
M.S., Psychology, 2007-2009
State University of New York at Oneonta
B.A., Psychology 2000-2002
ADHD and Autism Psychological Services & Advocacy September 2012-February 2014
Provided ongoing assessment, treatment planning, and therapy for youth and adult populations with mental illness (schizophrenia, bipolar, depression, dysthymia, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, ADHD, autism, schizoaffective, anti-social personality disorder) and substance abuse;
Conducted intakes, individual and parenting sessions, testing, group work, progress notes, and family observations.
Trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI). Treatment plan writing and implementation, providing strategies and coping skills to build and maintain self-preservation and tolerance.
Center for Family Life and Recovery December 2005-July 2012
Supportive Case Manager/ Counselor
Provided ongoing service coordination and advocacy for adults with mental illness (schizophrenia, bipolar, depression, dysthymia, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, ADHD, autism, schizoaffective, anti-social personality disorder) living in the community
Supported, assisted and monitored progress of goals, linked clients to community services, and attend treatment team meetings.
Collaborated as a member of an interdisciplinary team to monitor medication management, treatment plans, and appropriate goals for individual clients.
Facilitated open communication through expressive, receptive and written language skills.
Developed and implemented long and short-term goal plans for employment, housing, education and family planning and provided strategies and coping skills to build and maintain self-preservation and tolerance.
Counseled and mentored clients through a collaboration of CBT and Humanistic model of therapy.
Collaborated with forensic mental health system to facilitate treatment to prevent recidivism through court supervision, and substance abuse treatment.
The House of the Good Shepherd April 2003- April 2005
Family Support Specialist/ Counselor
Provided on-going supportive counseling to children, adolescents and families in Therapeutic Foster Care (ADHD, MR, Autism, Intermittent explosive disorder, ODD, depression);
Handled case management including case history, and courtroom appearances; unified case review presentations and school coordination.
Participated in clinical treatment team reviews and medication management reviews.
Collaborated with school officials to develop, monitor and implement appropriate goals for individual clients in a classroom setting.
Attended annual meeting for individual clients to facilitate positive behavior and educational support.
PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING EXPERIENCE
Cognitive Testing: WISC-IV, WAIS-III, WJ-Cognitive, TOMAL, Individual case studies
Personality Testing: MMPI-2, NEO, Rorschach, BSI
Achievement Testing: WIAT-III, WJ-DRB
Neuropsychological Testing: WMS-IV, NEPSY, RCFT
Executive Functioning: DKEFS
INTENSLY TRAINED IN AREAS OF:
Motivational Interviewing I and II:
Extensively trained in conducting therapeutic interventions while working with clients with mental illness.
Drug and Alcohol Addiction
Trained to work with individuals who are dually diagnosed with mental illness and substance abuse
Government Policies and Social Security Administration
Extensive knowledge regarding social policies that impact low income mentally ill clients.
Years of practical work experience with mentally ill cliental who are disenfranchised in the community.
Trained in working with clients and developing plans to help prevent suicidal ideations and attempts.
Trained to work with individuals who have been released from jail or prison who are diagnosed with a mental illness.
Trained in where to look for fellowships, scholarships, and supplements, through grant writing.