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									                          MARY LOUISE JEPPSEN
                                 2354 CR 509
                        Eureka Springs, Arkansas 72632

                            (870) 423-2758 (Office)
                            (479) 253-2225 (Home)
                             (479) 981-1062 ( Cell)

                              maryjep@regent.edu

                        PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVE

       To obtain a full time, tenure track position in Counselor Education

               and Supervision at a CACREP accredited program



                                 EDUCATION



Currently enrolled in Doctor of Philosophy Program in Counselor

       Education and Supervision, CACREP accredited program. Regent

       University, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 2008- Projected May 2011.



Master of Arts in Community Counseling and Marriage and Family

       Therapy , CACREP accredited program. John Brown University,

       Siloam Springs, Arkansas. 2004-2007. Honors.



Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy of Religion- Vassar College,

       Poughkeepsie, New York.1971-1975. Honors.



                           HONORS and AWARDS
       Arkansas Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

       Scholarship (2006)

       Regent University Scholarship (2008-present)



                    LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATIONS



Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Arkansas

License # P1002017 effective 2/18/2010



Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Arkansas

License # M1002002 effective 2/18/2010



       NBCC Certified

       AAMFT Certified.

       Online Instructional Design Certification from Regent University

       Center for Teaching and Learning




                                  POSITIONS



Mental Health Professional with Ozark Guidance Center – Berryville,

       Arkansas. (September 2007- present). Provide mental health

       services to Green Forest School District , grades K-12, Berryville
       Headstart, and Green Forest Headstart ; Provide Marital and

       Individual therapy for adults at Ozark Guidance Office.



Mental Health Paraprofessional with Ozark Guidance Center – Berryville,

       Arkansas. (January 2006- September 2007) Assisted Mental

       Health Professional in school-based therapeutic program for grades

       K-12.




Mental Health Intern- Club of the Ozarks-Eureka Springs, Arkansas.( July

       2006-December 2006). Provide support to Seriously Mentally Ill

       Adults in a clubhouse setting.



Mental Health Intern- Care Clinic- John Brown University, Siloam

       Springs, Arkansas. (January 2006- July 2006) Counseling adults

       and families under supervision.



                 PROFESSIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE



Group Therapy- Fall 2009- John Brown University, Siloam Springs,

       Arkansas. Co-taught group class experiential component with Dr.

       Carol Maines.
Childhood Sexual Abuse- Fall 2009- Caribbean Graduate School of

       Theology, Kingston, Jamaica. Co-taught a module on childhood

       sexual abuse to Masters level counseling students and Masters

       level Divinity students.



                             PRESENTATIONS



Stress in the Family- Berryville Headstart- (December 2008). Berryville,

       Arkansas.

Therapeutic Limit Setting- Green Forest Headstart- (April 2008). Green

       Forest, Arkansas

Personality Types in Young Children – Green Forest Headstart –

       (September 2009). Green Forest, Arkansas.

Therapeutic Limit Setting with Foster Children: Creative Interventions –

       Northwest Arkansas Foster Parents Association ( November 2009).

       Harrison, Arkansas.




                                   GRANTS



Carroll County Community Foundation – Grant for Play Therapy

       Materials for Ozark Guidance Center ( 2007), (2008), and (2009).
Youth Action Council Grant for Play Therapy Materials (2008). ( 2009).

Vassar College Time-Out Grant- for Play Therapy Research- Pending.



                      PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS



American Association of Christian Counselors- Student Member

American Psychological Association- Student Affiliate

Arkansas Mental Health Counselors Association- Member

International Association of Play Therapy- Member




                          PROFESSIONAL SERVICE



       Arkansas Association of Marriage and Family Therapists- Student

       member on Board 2006-2007



                            RESEARCH PROJECTS

       Research Interests are in the area of Play Therapy , using Play as

       an intervention with adults, and multicultural applications of

       counseling .

       Dissertation proposal in review: Haitian Orphans Experience with

       Sand Therapy Using Easily Obtained Materials.
 PROFESSIONAL TRAINING and WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

2006   Center for Child Advocacy, Rogers, Arkansas, Cutting and

Other Self-Injurious Behaviors

2007   Michelle Weiner- Davis, Divorce Busting

2007   Dr. Garry Landreth, University of North Texas, Non-

directive Play Therapy

2007   Dr. Deborah Dawes PHD, Ozark Guidance Center,

Concurrent Documentation

2007   Lori Chlamers LPC, Ozark Guidance Center,

Cinematherapy for Children

2007   Dr. Garry Landreth, University of North Texas, Child-

Parent Relationship Therapy

2007   Theresa Lumos LCSW/RPT and Deborah Hohimer,

Practical Solutions for Common Childhood Disorders

2007   Travis Jenkins MD, Ozark Guidance Center, Tardive

Dyskenesia

2007   Jared Sparks LCSW, Ozark Guidance Center, Crisis

Assessment for Adults

2007   Joan Jackson-Green LPC/RPT-S, The Play Therapists

Language of Change: Releasing Children’s Creative Capacities

2008   Enrico Gnaulati PHD, International Association for Play

Therapy Conference, Dallas, Texas, Staying with Playing:

Emotion-Regulating Therapy with ADHD Children
2008   Theresa Kestly PHD, RPT-S, International Association for

Play Therapy Conference, Dallas ,Texas, Sand Tray and

Storytelling

2008    Susan Parlier LCMSW, Ozark Guidance Center, Managed

Care

2008    Robin Ross MD, Developmental Issues and Panic

Disorders

2008    Don Beckman LPC, CADC, Ozark Guidance Center,

Crisis Assessment for Children

2008    Lance Foster MD, Ozark Guidance Center, Clinical

Practices

2008    Steve Seward LPC, LMF, Ethics for Counselors

2008    Dr. Mary Ann Scott, Aspbergers Syndrome

2008    Jonna Hussey LSW RPT/S , ACT: The Gentle Art of

Therapeutic Limit Setting

2008    Paris Goodyear-Brown LCSW, RPT-S, Arkansas

Association for Play Therapy Conference, Play Therapy for

Anxiety Disorders

2008    Joan Jackson-Green LPC, RPT-S, Developmental Issues

2008    Bruce Perry PHD, Child Trauma Academy, Houston,

Texas and Richard Gaskill PHD, Sumner Mental Health Center,

Wichita, Kansas, What Neurosequential Development and Trauma

Have to Say About Play Therapy
2008      Laurie Zelinger PHD, RPT-S , International Association

for Play Therapy Conference, From Silence to Speech: A Case

Study in Overcoming Selective Mutism

2009      Dr. Leslie Sokol, Beck Institute, -Cognitive Behavioral

Therapy for Depression and Anxiety Disorders with

2009   Dr. Bonnie Osman , Arkansas Mental Health Counselors

Association, Ethical Grey Areas

2009   Dr. Linda Homeyer , Arkansas Association for Play

Therapy Conference, Sand Tray Techniques

2009   Institute for Natural Resources, Emotion, Stress and

Disease

2009   Cross Country , Art Therapy and Anxiety: Healing Through

Imagery

2010   Medical University of South Carolina online course,

Trauma- Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

2010   Steve Seward LPC, LMFT, Couples Communication

                           REFERENCES

Dr. Carol Maines

John Brown University Department of Counselor Education

2000 West University Street

Siloam Springs, Arkansas 72761

cmaines @jbu.edu
Dr, Deborah Dawes

Ozark Guidance Center

208 Highway 62 West

Berryville, Arkansas 72616

Deborah.Dawes@ozarkguidance.org



Nancy Gitcho LCMSW

Ozark Guidance Center

208 Highway 62 West

Berryville, Arkansas 71616

Nancy.Gitcho@ozarkguidance.org

								
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