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David J. Clark, Ph.D.

Andrews & Clark Explorations

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Thousand Oaks, California 91360

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

December 2011 –Present: Private Practice, Andrews & Clark Explorations,

Clinical Associate and Consultant: Licensed Therapist and AAMFT Approved Supervisor; Organizational, Family-Owned Businesses and Addiction Specialist, Substance Abuse Professional Consultant. Clinical Assessments provided and Integrated therapy sessions for individuals, couples and families. Provide contracted weekly clinical supervision for therapists.

Community volunteer services- Co-facilitate bi-weekly Couples Therapy Groups at St. Paschal Baylon Catholic church community center, Thousand Oaks and (January 2016 to Present) Director of monthly WestlakeVillage Parkinson’s Disease support and educational program, the Neurocommunity Foundation, Westminster Presbyterian Church, Westlake Village. And at University Village Thousand Oaks retirement living community (2014 to Present), volunteer member of the Bereavement Committee, Health & Wellness Committee and Building Representative Committee. Provide as facilitator weekly Transitions & Transformation (grief and losses) group and lead weekly Guided Mindful Meditation groups.

August 2001 – February 2014

KAISER-PERMANENTE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES

Psychiatric Department, Sherman Terrace, in Reseda, California

Psychotherapist for individuals, couples, families, and groups. In the Adult Treatment Program, specializing in short term solution-oriented therapies.

Prepared and presented continuing education program (3/14/02) with colleagues, “Different Ways Of Thinking About And Doing Therapy,” and coordinated continuing education committee for the next three years for KP Valley’s Service Area Behavioral Health clinicians and invited psychiatrists.

Promoted and incorporated as part of clinical therapy with patients of computerized program version of research based accountability measurements (Outcome Rating Scale and Session Rating Scale) as part of a collaborative therapeutic structured evaluative process. Participated in pilot project design of a Depression Treatment Program and as co-therapist provides short-term solution oriented weekly group treatment. With KP Department of Health Education, provided course, Overcoming Depression Series for patients and created and co-facilitates the weekly therapy group in the psychiatry department for elders/seniors within the “The Positive Aging Program” since 2003.

Since November 15, 2011 continued on requested Medical Leave.

March, 1994-August, 2001

VASQUEZ MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS (VMC), BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE SERVICES: 100 S. Greenleaf, Gurnee, Illinois 60031.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Counselor/Consultant for contracted client corporations and Clinical Internship Project Supervisor for United States Postal Service, West Long Beach District, Employee Assistance Program, Inglewood, California.

Designed and implemented a unique EAP Counselor Intern Project; allowing the EAP to provide more cost effective extended quality services to employees and family members. Train, schedule, motivate, supervise and evaluate fifteen direct reporting staff and provide case management services for contractual clinicians. Monitor workflow activities; ensure compliance with established performance criteria and policies. Conduct interval quality assurance evaluations to ensure program effectiveness. Provide direct clinical (including SAP evaluations), critical incident, consultation, mediation and related services. With Human Resources collaboration,

provide marketing and outreach; assisting the utilization rate of the EAP to increase approximately 10%. Continued to promote and participate in community focused Multicultural and Healthcare fairs, facilitated focused educational and training programs for management and supervisors, unions, new employee orientations, health and wellness programs. Co-developed and implemented annual strategic plans to increase client participation, enhance effectiveness of counseling sessions, and encourage compliance with behavioral contracts. Special recognitions and merit increases have been awarded for accountability, productivity and exceeding contractual

obligations.

December 2011 -Present: Private Practice, Andrews & Clark Explorations, Clinical Associate and Consultant: Licensed Therapist and AAMFT Approved Supervisor; Organizational, Family-owned Businesses and Addiction Specialist, Substance Abuse Professional Consultant. Thousand Oaks, California

February 2012 – Present: Adjunct visiting professor, California Lutheran University, Graduate School, Psychology Department, Counseling Program. Case Conferences and clinical supervision of interns, Community Counseling Center. Thousand Oaks, campus

January 18, 2013- Invited AAMFT – VC sponsored workshop, co- presented with John Winslade, Ph.D. “Innovative Ideas & Practices Working With Aging Older Adults”. California Lutheran University, Oxnard campus.

December 1988 - 2010: Private Practice, Los Angeles Family Institute, Westwood, CA. Clinical Associate and Consultant: Licensed Therapist and AAMFT Approved Supervisor; Organizational, Family-owned Businesses Addiction Specialist and Substance Abuse Professional Consultant. West Los Angeles, California

December 1993 – November 2011: Adjunct Associate Professor, Psychology Department, Substance Abuse courses, Alliant University (California School of Professional Psychology). Los Angeles, California.

June 1991 – September 2001 PHILLIPS GRADUATE INSTITUTE:

5445 Balboa Boulevard, Encino, California 91316

Faculty Chair, Program Director and Clinical Supervisor. Provided direct teaching of master level Psychology (Post-Modern, Solution-Focused, Narrative and Collaborative Language Systems), Organizational Development (Assessment/Intervention) courses. Within the California

Family Counseling Center directed the Brief Therapy Project and provided related clinical supervision as part of the internship and trainee programs.

As Faculty Chair and Director of Chemical Dependency Studies Department (September, 1992 to September, 2000), developed, expanded and coordinated the Certificated Program in Chemical Dependency. Co-developed and faculty in the year-long Collaborative (Short-Term)

Therapies Program, the CAMFT, AAMFT Approved Supervision and other Professional Advancement and Continuing Educational (PACE) continuing education training courses. In1993, designed and implemented the Brief Therapy Project; providing program management, accountability measurements, research design, community outreach and educational services, coordination of other supervisors and direct clinical supervision. Contributed to establishing a national image for the graduate school program and providing innovative ideas and clinical practices to clinicians and other human service practitioners in Southern California.

April 1990 -September 1992: Director of Dual Diagnosis Program, Recovery Plus Program, Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment Services. Edgemont Hospital. Hollywood, California.

December 1988 -November 1989: Clinical Psychologist, Department of Chemical Dependency, CIGNA Healthplans of California, Division of Behavioral Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health and Department of Chemical Dependency. Los Angeles, California.

September 1986 -November 1988: Psychologist, Director of Chemical Dependency Program, Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center, Anchor Organization For Health Maintenance, Psychiatry, Mental Health Division. Chicago, Illinois.

March 1983 -September 1986: Clinical Director and Consultant, Department of Health and Human Services, Centers For New Horizons, a multi-service community organization. Chicago, Illinois.

October 1982 -March 1983: Clinical Director, Comprehensive Care Corporation, Forkosh Memorial Hospital, Adolescent Care Unit. Chicago, Illinois.

October 1980 -October 1982: Director of Counseling Services, Department of Health and Human Services, Centers For New Horizons, a multi-service community organization. Chicago, Illinois.

February 1978 -September 1980: Program Director, Operation Outreach Program, Outpatient Substance Abuse and Employee Assistance Program Services, City of Chicago, Commission for Rehabilitation, Chicago Alcoholic Treatment Center. Chicago, Illinois.

January 1976 -September 1988: Private Practice, Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervision; Organization and Management Consultant with Anders & Associates. Chicago, Illinois.

October 1969 -November 1975: Psychologist, Program Director, Forensic Assessment and Treatment Programs, Chester Mental Health Center (Illinois Security Hospital), Illinois Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities. Chester, Illinois.

PROFESSIONAL TEACHING & TRAINING EXPERIENCE

October 1995: Clinical Consultant, In-Service Training Program Series, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Kaiser Permanente, Southern California Permanente Medical Group. Lomita, California.

January 1993 -October 1995: Adjunct Faculty, Psychology Department, Graduate Program, Los Angeles Campus, National University. San Diego, California.

May 1994: Clinical Consultant, Training Series: Becoming a Solution-focused Clinician in Short-Term Treatment, Department of Veterans Affairs, VAMC West Los Angeles, Medical Center.

January 1994 -August 1994: Clinical Consultant, Staff Training Program, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Antelope Valley Hospital Medical Center. Lancaster, California.

February 1994 -April 1994: Clinical Consultant, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Training Program. Clinical staff, Foundation For Pain Management, Santa Barbara Medical Foundation Clinic. Santa Barbara,

California.

March 1994: Clinical Consultant, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Training Senior Family Mediator staff, The Superior Court, Mediation and Conciliation Service. Pasadena Conciliation Court. Pasadena, California.

January 1992 -July 1992: Clinical Consultant, Staff Training Program, San Pedro Peninsula Hospital, Chemical Dependency Treatment Center. San Pedro, California.

January 1989 -September 1991: Adjunct Associate Professor, dissertation committee member, Cambridge Graduate School of Psychology. Los Angeles, California.

November 1988 -December 1991: Director and Adjunct Faculty, Family Systems Program, The Gestalt Therapy Institute of Los Angeles, professional post-graduate training organization. Santa Monica, California.

October 1989 -June 1991: Faculty, Southern California Counseling Center, Family Therapy Program and Specialty Workshops. Los Angeles, California.

March 1982 -July 1989: Co-founder and Director, The Gestalt Integrated Family Therapy(GIFT) Training Institute, not-for-profit post-graduate professional training organization. Chicago, Illinois.

December 1988 -January 1990: Adjunct Professor, Psychology Program, Graduate School of Education and Psychology, Psychology Department, Pepperdine University. Culver City, California.

March 1982 -July 1989: Faculty, Gestalt Integrated Family Therapy (GIFT) Training Institute, not-for profit post-graduate professional training organization. Chicago, Illinois.

January 1987 -November 1988: Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry, Rush Hospital, Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center. Chicago, Illinois.

June 1986 -June 1988: Associate Professor, Graduate School, Department of Counseling Education, Northeastern Illinois University. Chicago, Illinois.

September, 1968 -December 1970: Teaching Assistant, Graduate School, Rehabilitation Counseling Program, Rehabilitation Institute, Southern Illinois University. Carbondale, Illinois.

ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

March – 2002 – Present: Founding member of not-for-profit organization, Solution Focused Brief Therapy Association, (SFBTA) dedicated to the promotion of research and practice of solution-focused therapy in the Americas.

January 2001 – Present: The Taos Institute Associate member: A community of scholars and practitioners concerned with the social processes essential for the construction of reason, knowledge, and human value. A not-for –profit organization dedicated to exploring, developing and disseminating ideas and practices that promote creative, appreciative and worldwide organization. These ends are achieved through conferences, workshops, publications, a Ph.D. program, and a distance-learning program,

newsletters and web-based offerings. Developing and exploring ways in which scholarly research can enrich professional practices, and stimulate scholarly inquiry.

January 1985 – Present: Vice President, Andrews & Clark Explorations, Inc. (formerly Master’sWork Video Productions): Producing edited clinical sessions and interviews designed for self-study (CEUs) for classroom instructors or clinical practitioners, educators, and organizational consultants; containing commentary by the pioneering therapists who developed these post-modern methods often demonstration sessions with clients). Contract with organizations to provide specific continuing education training programs. Los Angeles, California.

November 1995 -2002, Commissioner, Oral examiner position, Board of Behavioral Science (BBS), State of California, Department of Consumer Affairs Office of Examination Resources.

March 1995 -Sept 1997, Newsletter Editor, The Group Therapist Perspective: Officer and Executive Board Member, The Group Psychotherapy Association of Southern California. Los Angeles, CA.

September 1993 -March 1994, Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) Commission: California Certification Board of Alcohol and Drug Counselors (CCBADC), subsidiary of the California Associationof Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (CAADAC). Sacramento, California.

September 1977 -June 1988: Program Committee Chairperson: Executive Committee, Community Health Board of Chicago, City of Chicago, Department of Health: representative member to Chicago School Health Advisory Committee, Chicago Board of Education, Chicago Project on Residential Alternatives and Mental Health Services Task Force.

January 1983 -March 1986: Chairperson, Board of Directors, The Residential Cooperative: Coalition of service providers involved in programs for the developmentally disabled population in Chicago. Supervised the Program Planner for the South side area of Chicago, Illinois.

July 1981 -September 1983: Board President, Northtown Rogers-Park Mental Health Center Advisory Board: Northtown Rogers-Park Community Mental Health Center. Chicago, Illinois.

PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION EXPERIENCE

M.A. Organizational Behavior, Phillips Graduate Institute, Encino, California. 1997 -1999.

M.A. Marriage, Family & Child Counseling, Psychology Department, Newport University, Newport Beach, California (in compliance with State of California BBSE requirements). 1988 -1990

Ph.D. Psychology and Clinical Counseling, Lyle University, New Orleans, Louisiana; Major: Psychology, specialty in Family Therapy. Lyle University, New Orleans, Louisiana; Major: Psychology, specialty in Family Therapy. 1983 -1986

Post-Graduate Studies: Psychology Department, Governors State University, University Park, IL.Major: Alcohol and Other Substance Abuse. 1980 -1983

Post-Graduate Studies: Alcoholism Studies Program, Montay (Felician) College, Chicago, IL; Major: Alcohol & Other Substance Abuse. 1980-1983

Post-Graduate Studies: Educational Psychology, Doctorate Program, Rehabilitation Institute, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois; Major: Guidance and Counseling. 1968 -1970

M.A. Psychology, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois; Major: Counseling Psychology. Clinical internship completed, Illinois Department of Mental Health & Developmental Disabilities. 1966 -1968

B.A. Liberal Arts Program, Holy Apostles Seminary College, Cromwell, Connecticut; Major: Philosophy(with courses and seminars at Wesleyan University, Middletown, and Connecticut. 1962 – 1966

Seminary reparation intensive education for delayed vocations, Consolata Mission Seminary, Williamsville, New York 1961 -1962

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION, LICENSE & TRAINING

January 18, 2013- Invited AAMFT – VC sponsored workshop, co- presented with John Winslade, Ph.D. “Innovative Ideas & Practices Working With Aging Older Adults”. California Lutheran University, Oxnard campus.

Certified Gottman Educator (Bringing Baby Home) April 2005, Seattle, Washington

Elected to membership (associate) of the Taos Institute (2004)

Certified Motivational Interviewing Trainer by William Miller & Stephen Rollnick. Training Motivational Interviewing Trainers: (45 hours) 1998.

Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP) Employee Assistance Certification Commission (EACC). 1996 -

Certified Group Therapist (CGT) #17955 National Registry of Certified Group Psychotherapists. 1966

Certified Criminal Justice Specialist (CCJS) #11893 National Association of Forensic Counselors

Doctoral Level Addictions Counselor (DAC) #11893, AODA Certification Board. 1996 - 2012

Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) Certified by Employee Assistance Professional Association (EAPA)

U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT) alcohol and drug testing rules. 1995 - 2002

Master Addictions Counselor (MAC) #14226, The National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC). 1995 - 2002

Certified Family Therapist (MFT) #28, The National Academy For Certified Family Therapists (NACFT). 1995 -Present

National Certified Addictions Counselor (NCAC II.) #010144, The National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC) Certification Commission. 1993 - 2002

Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) #CS036630, 1994 - 2002

Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) #RA 811992, California

Certification Board of Alcohol and Drug Counselors. 1990-2002

Certified Clinical Member, #21725 California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. 1991 – present.

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, #29479, State of California. 1992 -Present

Approved Supervisor and Certified Clinical Member, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). 1987-Present

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). 1987 -Present

Certified Clinical and Teaching Member, The American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA). 1985 -2005.

International Certification Reciprocity Consortium/Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (ICRC) #98929. 1984 – 2002.

Certified Senior Supervisor AODA Counselor (CSADC) #1349, Illinois Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse. Professional Certification Association (AODA). 1982–2002.

National Certified Counselor (NCC) #14226, Academy of Clinical Mental Health Counselors, National Board For Certified Counselors. 1984 – 2002.

Certified Marriage and Family Therapy Training, Clinical Development Series, Family Systems Program, Institute for Juvenile Research, University of Illinois at Chicago. 1980 -1983

Certified Clinical Training Programs for Addictions Counselors, Governors State University in Illinois and Grant Hospital of Chicago. 1980 -1982

Certified Focusing Trainer, Eugene Gendlin, Focusing Institute, University of Chicago. 1981 -1983

Certified Gestalt Therapist, Graduate of Gestalt Institute of Chicago, Master Class Program and Clinical Skills Certificate. 1979 -1983

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

David Clark (Presentations) Kaiser Permanente of Southern California. Region: Behavioral Health Services, Psychiatry Department Continuing Education (LCSW, LMFT, RNs)

Workshop Series (2004): Aging and Long-Term Care -3 hours (Sherman Terrace and Santa Clarita clinics), Law and Ethics – 6 hours, and Spousal and Partner Abuse – 6 hours (Sherman Terrace, Clinic Encino, California.

Contributed Chapter on Solution-Focused Therapy in Case Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy: Sixth Edition (Ed. Gerald Corey) Wadsworth, Brooks/Cole: Belmont California, 2005 edition and requested subsequent (e.g., 2009) revised editions

Andrews, J. & Clark, D. Response to the Later Years in The Gestalt Review Vol.7 (2) pp. 103-108, 2003

Social Constructionist Group Therapy (presentation), The Group Psychotherapy Association of Southern California (GPASC), Oct. 2002.

Postmodern Ideas And Relational Conversations In Clinical Practice. Andrews, J., Clark, D.J. The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families Vol. 6 (4) Oct. 1998.

Therapeutic Letter Writing: Creating Relational Case notes. Andrews, J., Clark, D.J., & Baird, F. The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families. Vol. 5 (2) April 1997.

In The Case Of A Depressed Woman: Solution-Focused Or Narrative Therapy Approaches? Andrews, J. & Clark, D.J. The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families. Vol. 4 (3) July 1996.

Solution-Focused or Narrative Therapy with Children: A Map Through the Postmodern Maze(Presentation) California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) 32nd Annual Conference, San Diego, California. May 1996.

Changing the Culture of Your Group: Post-Modern Methods Offer Ways to Change Attitudes and Moods for Group Therapy (presentation), The Group Psychotherapy Association of Southern California (GPASC). April 1996.

Solution-Focused EAP Services (Presentation) Southern California Regional EAP meeting, VMC Behavioral Healthcare Services. February 1996.

The Effect of the Reflective Process on the Therapist’s Story: A Recursive Process (presentation) The Group Psychotherapy Association of Southern California (GPASC) 42nd Annual Fall Conference, Santa Monica, California. November 1995

Managed Care, Brief Systemic Intervention Models and Ethical Quagmires in Practice (Presentations), Professional Psychology Colloquium, Clinical Psychology Department, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado. November 1995.

A Supervisor Credentialing Metalogue: Invitations to dialogues and dialogues about the dialogues on competency-based MFT supervision. Andrews, J. & Clark, D.J. The California Therapist (Sept./Oct. 1995).

Reflecting Processes & Dialogues About Dialogues (presentation), First Annual International Gestalt Therapy Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana. October, 1995.

Pre-Conference Supervisor Retraining - CCS Renewal: Advanced Clinical Supervision (invited presentation). The Annual CADCEP/CAADAC 1995 Conference, Bakersfield, California. Sept. 1995

Poststructuralism & Family Therapy: A "Temper-Taming" Clinical Consultation (presentation) Annual Convention, American Psychological Association, Division of Family Psychology, Los Angeles, August 1994

Conference: Narrative Constructions In Couples And Family Therapy (invited discussion leader) UCLA Extension and Continuing Education Seminars, University of California, Los Angeles. April 1994.

Therapeutic Innovations for Families with Young Children & Persistent Problems: It's Time To Take "Giant Steps" (presentation) California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists Educational

Foundation (CAMFT-EF) 1994 Annual Conference, San Diego, April 1994.

Co-Creating Qualitative Changes: Narrative Therapy in Collaborative Groups (accepted presentation) Association for Specialists in Group Work (ASGW)1994 National Conference, St. Petersburg Beach, Florida. Jan.1994

Confronting Reality: Brief Therapy In Group As A Paradigm For Change (invited presentation). The Group Psychotherapy Association Of Southern California 40th Annual Conference, Santa Monica, October 1993.

Creating A Reflecting Team: An Experiential Workshop (presentation). The 51st Annual American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Conference, Anaheim, California. October 1993.

Pendulum-Swinging & Postmodern "Progress" Reconsidered: Narrative & Solution-Oriented Clinical Treatment Practices (presentation). The Annual CADCEP/CAADAC 1993 Conference, Orange, October 1993.

Rewriting History: A Temper Taming Consultation. Andrews, J. & Clark, D.J. The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families. Vol. 1, (3) July, 1993.

The Use of Narrative and Reflecting Practices in Training & Group Therapy (presentation) Social Construction Interest Group and The Live Supervision Interest Group (presentation), American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA) Fifteenth Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland. June, 1993.

Co-Creating New Possibilities: Blending Narrative Therapy and Psychodrama Techniques (presentation) California Chapter, The American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama Annual Conference,

Los Angeles, February, 1993.

A Case Study: Expert Commentary. Andrews, J. & Clark, D.J. Small Business Forum, Journal of the Association of Small Business Development Centers, Published by the University Of Wisconsin-Extension. Spring, 1992.

Social Construction (facilitated new special interest group) American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA), Fourteenth Annual Meeting, Amelia Island, Florida. June, 1992.

Post-Modern Therapy is Alive and well and Training in Los Angeles. California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists Educational Foundation, Annual Conference. April, 1992.

Inviting Alternative Metaphors in Treatment Programs: Building a Better Mouse Trap than the 'Family Trap' (presentation) and Integrative Family Therapy (panel presentation) American Family Therapy Academy, Thirteenth Annual Meeting, San Diego, June, 1991.

Families of The 90's: Family Therapy Approaches To Contemporary Problems, (panel presentation) Los Angeles County Psychological Association, Second Annual Conference, UCLA. October, 1990.

Family Therapy and Gestalt Therapy Training (three week training, public lectures and workshops) Gestalt Institute of Perth, Victoria Park, Australia. June-July, 1990.

Live Supervision of Live Supervision: A Multi-Level Approach, Andrews, J. & Clark, D. J. In Practical Applications of Supervision, (1990) California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists Educational Foundation, Inc., San Diego, California.

Family Therapy: An Integrative Model (presentation) Adult Outpatient Psychiatry Educational Conference, HARBOR-UCLA Medical Center, Department of Mental Health, Torrance, California. May 1990.

Another Description: Systemic Therapy for the Nineties (presentation) 1990 Couples Lecture Series, U.C.L.A., Neuropsychiatric Institute and Extension Division, Los Angeles, California. May, 1990.

An Integrated Systems Approach To Working With Couples, Families and Larger Systems [presentation]: Australian and New Zealand Family Therapy Conference, Canterbury Univ., Christchurch, New Zealand. August, 1989.

Exploring the “I-Thou" in Gestalt Based Family Therapy [panel presentation]: The Eleventh Annual Gestalt Journal's Conference On The Theory and Practice of Gestalt Therapy, Chicago. May 1989.

The Quiet Evolution-Quo Vadis Milano? [Presentation]: Illinois Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Annual Conference, Chicago. March 1988.

Accessing Transgenerational Themes Through Dreamwork. Andrews, J., Clark, D. J. & Zinker, J., Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (January, 1988) Vol. 14, No. 1, 15-27.

Terapia della Gestalt e Terapia Familiare; il programma GIFT intervista a D.J. Clark a cura di Vanna Goldin. QUADERNI DI GESTALT, Anno III, N.D., Gennaio-Giugno, 1987, 120-127.

The Gestalt Integrated Family Therapy Training Program [presentation]: Tenth Anniversary International Conference on Family Therapy Training, Washington, D.C. November 1985.

Multi-problem Families and Programs in a Community Based Health & Human Service Organization, Clark, D.J. Newsletter of Therapy With Low Income And Minority Families. Department of Mental Health Sciences, Hahnemann University. April 1985.

There's No Business Like Unfinished Business - Gestalt Base For Family Therapy [presentation]: The Association For Humanistic Psychology, Annual Meeting Program, Chicago. July, 1985.

Nutritional Health Considerations for Handicapped Children [presentation]: Annual Statewide Institute for Educators of the Severely and Profoundly Handicapped, Chicago. March, 1985.

Emergence of a Gestalt-Based Family Therapy [presentation]: The Sixth Annual Gestalt Journal’s Conference On The Theory and Practice of Gestalt Therapy, Ocean City, MD. May, 1984.

The Integration of Gestalt Therapy and Focusing [presentation]: The Fifth Annual Gestalt Journal's Conference On The Theory and Practice of Gestalt Therapy, Cape Code, MA. June 1983.

Abuse of People and Substances: The Domestic Violence Connection [presentation]: Gestalt Institute of Chicago. November, 1983.

A Study of Nutritional Health of Special Urban Children and Their Families, [research paper presented]: Illinois Institute for Developmental Disabilities, Chicago. June, 1983.

Relationship Inventory: A Time-Limited Therapy Group for Couples, [research paper presented]: Society for Psychotherapy Research, Chicago. October, 1983.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Academy of Clinical Mental Health Counselors

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

American Family Therapy Academy

American Group Psychotherapy Association

Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy

Association for Counselor Education and Supervision

Association for Specialists in Group Work

Behavioral Health, Managed Care Services (Houston, Texas)

California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (State and LA chapter)

California Division, Association of Marriage and Family Therapy

Employee Assistance Professionals Association (National and LA and SFV chapters)

Family Firm Institute (and local LA chapter)

Gestalt Therapy Institute of Los Angeles

Group Psychotherapy Association of Southern California

International Association for



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