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Mental Health Assistant

Location:
Basseterre, Saint George Basseterre Parish, Saint Kitts and Nevis
Posted:
October 10, 2018

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Roxanne Schreiber, Ph.D.

**** ********** *****

Arlington, Texas 76016

281-***-****

www.empowermenttherapist.com

EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

Ph.D. August, 1999 University of Southern Mississippi

Major: Psychology (APA Accredited)

GPA: 4.0

M.S. August, 1996 University of Southern Mississippi

Major: Psychology

GPA: 4.0

B.S. June, 1990 Texas Tech University

Major: Psychology

Minor: Family Studies

PROFESSIONAL THERAPY EXPERIENCES:

2015-2018: Psychologist: Manager of Success Center: Ross University Veterinary

--Developed and provided groups and interventions based on the latest findings in brain science and psychological theory

--Provided ongoing social and therapy groups for students and faculty

--Wrote and presented therapeutic seminars on the Neuroscience of Empowerment, Motivation, Resilience, and Power of Intention.

--Provided empowerment coaching/consultation for students and faculty.

---Wrote and provided ongoing workshops and educational presentations for students, faculty, and staff on resiliency, suicide awareness, coping skills, effective conflict management, and empowerment.

--Wrote and presented Interactive Learning Workshops on Time Management; Test Prep and Test Taking Skills; How to Prep for Success; Overcoming Test and Generalized Anxiety; How to Set Powerful Intention; Conflict Resolution; Self-Care; and Effective Communication Skills

2014-2015 Psychologist: Counseling Center at Ross University Veterinary School

--Provided individual, and group therapy

--Provided consultation and brief therapy interventions regarding sleep, sexual, depression/and or anxiety disorders as well as anger, stress, and time management.

--Developed and provided groups and interventions based on the latest findings in brain science, psychological theory, and mindfulness training.

--Wrote and provided therapeutic seminars

--Provided ongoing social and therapy groups for students and faculty

--Provided empowerment coaching/consultation for students and faculty.

--Wrote and provided ongoing workshops and educational presentations for campus wide students, faculty and staff on resiliency, suicide awareness, coping skills, effective conflict management, and empowerment.

2005-2014 Private Practice: (Solo);

-- Developed and provided groups and interventions based on the latest findings in brain science, psychological theory, and mindfulness training.

--Provided therapeutic seminars (see attached)

--Provided evaluations and ongoing treatment for children, adolescents and adults.

--Provided ongoing social and therapy groups for children, adolescents, and adults.

--Provided career and empowerment coaching/consultation for entrepreneurs, CEO’s, and athletes, performers.

Provided ongoing workshops and educational presentations for community organizations and local schools.

2000-2005: Private Practice: (Group)

--Collaborated closely with a team of seven other psychologists, a speech language pathologist, an educational diagnostician and three psychiatrists to provide comprehensive assessment and treatment for children, adolescents, and adults.

--Provided evaluation and ongoing treatment for presenting problems ranging from Adjustment Disorder to Schizophrenia.

--Provided social skills and educations awareness groups for children diagnosed with ADHD, and Autistic disorders

--Provided therapeutic groups for children diagnosed with anxiety disorders and/or depression.

--Provided therapeutic groups for both adolescent boys and girls.

--Provided ongoing treatment for chronically mentally ill patients.

--Provided parenting workshops and ongoing educational training for parents and caregivers.

--Assessed and treated problems in both adult and child self-management.

--Provided ongoing workshops and educational presentations for community organizations and local schools.

2001-2005 Licensed Psychologist Texas #3-1560

2000-2001 Psychologist supervised Master’s level clinicians during their practicum.

--Collaborated with Juvenile Probation in providing therapeutic groups for high-risk teens already in the Probation system.

1998-1999 Psychology Resident. Oklahoma City Health Consortium (APA accredited internship).

Primary rotation: Counseling Center, Oklahoma University, Norman, Oklahoma

--Provided individual, couples, and group therapy as well as client assessment and supervision of Masters level clinicians.

Secondary rotation: Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Hospital, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

--Provided individual therapy, neuropsychological assessments, and psycho-educational services to clients and their families on issues of pain management, prevention and recovery from strokes, and adjustment to having a learning disability.

Third rotation: Moore Child Guidance Clinic, Moore, Oklahoma.

--Provided individual therapy and psychological, ADHD, and LD assessments for children ages four to fourteen.

1997-1998 Graduate Student Therapist. Behavior Medicine Clinic, University of Southern Mississippi, Student Health Clinic, Hattiesburg, MS

--Provided consultation and brief therapy interventions regarding sleep, sexual, and/or anxiety disorders as well as anger and stress management.

1995-1998 Graduate Student Therapist. Counseling Psychology Training Clinic (six semesters of practica average of five clients per practicum). University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS

--Provided individual and couples therapy, as well as psychological assessment and intake evaluations.

1996-1998 Graduate Student Group Therapist. Counseling Center and Group Practica, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS

--Groups included GLB, Sexual Abuse Survivors, Assertiveness Training for Women, Group Psychotherapy Experience for Undergraduates, Dually Diagnosed Mentally Ill

1996 Master’s Level Intern. Biloxi Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Biloxi, Mississippi.

--Provided group therapy for dually diagnosed schizophrenic veterans and depressed female veterans, conducted inpatient screenings, and psychological and neurological evaluations.

1992-1994 Children Service Coordinator: Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Brownfield, Texas

--Provided individual, group, and family therapy for children and their families, was a referral source for a five-county catchment area, and served on a crisis team for children and adults who were reporting suicidal and/or homicidal intentions.

1991-1992 Children Protective Services Caseworker. Texas Department of Human Services, Lubbock, Texas

--Provided ongoing services for children placed in foster care, investigated reports of abuse and neglect, and provided courtroom testimony on abuse cases.

1989-1991 Psychiatric Care Specialist Supervisor. Canyon Lakes Residential Treatment Center, Lubbock, Texas.

--Provided individual and group counseling for children and adolescent as well as training and supervising new clinical staff.

PROFESSINOAL ACADEMIC EXPERIENCES

1999-2000 Visiting Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology (APA accredited), Texas Tech University

1997-1998 Instructor. Department of Psychology (APA accredited), University of Southern Mississippi

1998 Doctoral Supervisor. Goddard Counseling Center, Oklahoma University, Norman, Oklahoma

1997-1998 Doctoral Supervisor. University of Southern Mississippi, Gutsch Counseling Training Clinic

1994-1998 Research Assistant. Department of Psychology, University of Southern Mississippi.

1988-1989 Research Assistant. Department of Psychology, Texas Tech University

COURSES TAUGHT.

Undergraduate Courses:

Child Developmental (Fall and Spring of 1998)

Abnormal Psychology (Spring of 2000)

Close Relationships (Spring or 2000)

Graduate Courses:

Intelligence Assessment (Fall of 1999)

Therapy Practicum (Fall of 1999)

INVITED UNIVERSITY/COMMUNITY PRESENTATIONS

Parent/teacher organizations:

Adult Self-Management

Attention Deficit Disorder in Adults

Managing Attention Deficit Disorders in Children

Self-Management in Children

Communicating with your Adolescent Daughters for Mothers

Communicating with your Adolescent Daughters for Fathers

Understanding and Healing from Childhood Sexual Abuse

Building Self-esteem in your Child

Rules of Behavior Management

Family Systems and Family Therapy

Preparing your Child for Middle School

Preparing your Child for High School

Understanding Mental Illness

Parenting Groups

School Systems

Managing Attention Deficit Disorder in the Classroom Setting

Latest Treatment for Attention Deficit Disorder

Recognizing Tourette’s Disorder

Managing Behavior in the Classroom Setting

Building Positive Relationship with Parents of Children’s with Disabilities

Universities

How to Refer a Student for Counseling Services

The Development and Utilization of the Self-Confrontation Method

(Hermans,Hermans-Janson, 1995)

Developing a Healthy Body Image

Childhood Sexual Abuse Survivors: Developmental Considerations

Stress Management

Coping with Change

Day Long Communication Workshop

Helping Couples Deal with Lupus

Empowerment Seminar

From Blah to Bliss (Couples Seminar)

Mother and Daughter Seminars

PUBLICATIONS

Buelow, G., Schreiber, R. & Range, L. (1999). Attachment pattern, suicide

risk, and reasons for living. Journal of College Counseling.

Schreiber, R., & Lyddon, W.J. (1997). Attachment to primary caregivers and

current psychological functioning among childhood sexual abuse survivors.

Journal of Counseling Psychology, 45 (3) 358-362.

CONVENTION PRESENTATIONS:

Schreiber, R. & Lyddon, W.J. (1997). Gendered Working Models of Attachment.

Poster presented at the American Psychological Association 1998 Annual Meeting.

Schreiber, R. & Lyddon, W.J. (1997). Attachment to Primary Caregivers and

Current Psychological Functioning Among Childhood Sexual Abuse Survivors. Poster

presented at the 1997 Convention of the Mississippi Psychological Association 48th

Annual Convention, Biloxi, Mississippi.

Buelow, G., Schreiber, R., & Range, L. (1995). Attachment Pattern, Suicide Risk,

and Reasons for Living. Presented at the 1995 Convention of the Mississippi

Psychological Association.

GRANT PROPOSALS

Irwin, K.L., & Schreiber, R. (1993). ($350,000). PROJECT IMPACT: Five country

Comprehensive mental health plan for juvenile offenders and their families.

Submission to the Juvenile Probation Commission, Austin, Texas. Not funded.

Schreiber, R. (1994) ($166,000). PROJECT IMPACT: Three county comprehensive

mental health plan for juvenile offenders and their families. Submission to the

Juvenile Probation Commission, Austin, Texas. Not funded.

PROGRAM WRITING EXPERIENCE.

Schreiber, R. (1993). Five County Needs Assessment Targeting Emotionally

Disturbed Children and their Families

Schreiber, R. (1993). Behavior Enrichment Classroom: Collaborated with juvenile

Probation and the school district to create a special program for adolescents facing

school expulsion due to chronic behavior problems.

Schreiber, R. (1993). Parenting Plus: In conjunction with the Behavior

Enrichment Classroom, special classes were offered for parents of the adolescents in

the program.



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