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                                                  JAIME G. VOGT, MS, LPC
                                               Forensic Consulting & Counseling, LLC
                                                    5551-B South Lewis Avenue
                                                          Tulsa, OK 74105
                                                           (918) 749-7175
                                                  Mentalhealth2@cox.net (email)
                                              www.childinterviewing.com (website)




LICENSURE        Licensed Professional Counselor #1821, State of Oklahoma

EDUCATION        Master of Science         Applied Behavioral Studies in Community Counseling
                 December 1995             Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma

                 Bachelor of Fine Arts     Psychology
                 July 1980                 Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma

HONORS
     Member of National Honor Society
     Dean’s Tuition Scholarship Recipient
     President’s Leadership Council




EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE



4/05 – present   Private Practice, Forensic Consulting & Counseling, LLC, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
                      Child abuse evaluations of young children, (Extended Forensic Evaluation)
                      Consultation provided to investigators, attorneys, mental health specialists for child abuse cases
                      Expert witness testimony provided for criminal, juvenile and civil courts
                      Divorce mediations
                      Parent Coordinator
                      Trainer for Tulsa Lawyers for Children
                      Therapy (emphasis on child sexual abuse treatment, parenting skills, divorce/custody issues, depression, child
                         trauma).
                      Play therapy
                      Training for child sexual abuse prevention
                      Provide Forensically Sensitive Therapy
                      Provide trainings, presentation in child abuse, child interviewing


12/09 – present Director of Family Support and Mental Health Services for Tulsa Educare, Inc.
                     Oversee comprehensive family support, parent engagement and education, health and mental health services for
                        early childhood program
                     Provide parent education/training, school involvement, social services
                     Provide training for Educare, Inc. teaching staff
                     Develop family connections services
                     Develop mental health services for early childhood program
                     Provide mental health referrals, crisis intervention, community linkage
                     Collaborate with Bounce Learning Network
                     Supervise recruitment activities
                     Supervise enrollment process
                     Disabilities coordinator


5/08 –12/09      Coordinator of Clinical Training and Graduate Student Placement,
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               Family & Children’s Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
                   Develop and provide trainings for clinical staff
                   Provide trainings for new employees and students with case records, electronic health data base, treatment plans,
                      documentation, diagnosing, ethical standards of care, cultural diversity, poverty training
                   Provide supervision for licensure for LPC candidates
                   Coordinate internship placement with universities
                   Secure agency speakers for continuing education
                   Develop and coordinate agency training schedule
                   Provide ethics training for courtroom testimony


8/05 – 5/08    Associate Director of Early Childhood Programs and Family Services
               Family & Children’s Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
                    Supervise direct care staff/department leadership
                    Program development
                    Mental health specialist in Head Start and Early Head Start Programs.
                    Assessment/interventions
                    Multi-disciplinary team consultation
                    Group treatment for children
                    Treatment for classroom behavior problems
                    Individual treatment for children

8/05 – 5/08    Presenter with Family & Children’s Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
                   Presenter of Helping Children Cope With Divorce

6/00 – 4/05    Director of Children’s Services and Forensic Interviewer,
               Child Abuse Network, the JUSTICE Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
                   Responsibilities include:
                       * Forensic Interviewer for child abuse investigations (3000 + interviews)
                       * Supervise direct care and administrative services staff
                       * Provide crisis intervention for families
                       * Provide expert witness testimony in criminal, juvenile and civil courts
                       * Multidisciplinary team consultant for child abuse investigations
                       * Mass media and community presentations regarding child abuse
                       * Facilitate collateral meetings for community professionals
                       * Provide training for law enforcement, child welfare and attorneys
                       * Provide training for CASA and Call Rape volunteers
                       * Supervisor for LPC candidates
                       * Facilitate Court School Program for child witnesses
                       * Agency representative for Children and the Law Committee




5/02 – 5/04    Trainer, Southwest Regional Child Advocacy Centers, Huntsville, Alabama.
                   Responsibilities include:
                        Develop forensic interview manual for multidisciplinary teams.
                        Trainer for law enforcement, child welfare, district attorneys.
                        Covers 16 state area.


11/98 – 7/00   Private Practice, Dr. Bart Trentham and Associates, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
                   Responsibilities included:
                       * Individual and family therapy for adults and children.
                       * Therapeutic family mediation services.


3/96 – 6/00    Family Sexual Abuse Therapist, Family & Children’s Services, Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma.
                  Responsibilities included:
                       * Provided individual, group, marital and family therapy to families who have
                          experienced intra-familial and extra-familial sexual abuse.
                       * Provided group and individual treatment for preschool children regarding sexual
                          abuse treatment and prevention.
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                         *   Facilitated therapy groups for Adults Molested As Children.
                         *   Provided treatment for juvenile sex offenders.
                         *   Provided reports and consultation with child protective courts.
                         *   Provided expert witness testimony in criminal and civil courts.
                         *   Provided supervision and training for therapists of home-based services.
                         *   Served as the on-site therapist for the Children’s JUSTICE Center, providing
                             assessment and crisis intervention for children and families of sexual and physical
                             abuse.
                         *   Provided consultation for law enforcement, child protective services and medical
                             personnel at the Children’s JUSTICE Center.
                         *   Mass media and community presentations.
                         *   Provided consultation and referral information for bi-monthly meetings with child
                             protective services and emergency foster care programs.
                         *   Developed home-based services for treatment of child sexual abuse.
                         *   Provided group and individual treatment for children and adolescents at the Laura
                             Dester Shelter.
                         *   Provided consultation at treatment team staffings at the Laura Dester Shelter.
                         *   Developed multi-group treatment program for children with Sexual Abuse Reactive
                             Behaviors.

8/96 – 6/08     Co-presenter for “Helping Children Cope with Divorce,”
                Family & Children’s Services, Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma.
                   Responsibilities included:
                       * Co-presenting nationally recognized program for divorcing parents.
                       * Providing referral information for community services.

10/98 – 7/00    Mediator at Family & Children’s Services, Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma.
                   Responsibilities included:
                        Provided mediation services for divorcing couples with children.
                        Coordinated mediation agreements with attorneys and clients.




CLINICAL TRAINING

12/94 – 06/95   Family Counseling Program, Family & Children’s Services, Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma.
                (Internship – 20 hours/week).
                    Responsibilities included:
                        * Provided individual and family counseling.
                        * Crisis intervention.
                        * Group treatment.
                        * Developed curriculum for children in filial therapy group.
                        * Provided training for interns for children’s group.

8/94 – 12/94    Family Counseling Program, Family & Children’s Services, Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma.
                (Practicum – 15 hours/week).
                    Responsibilities included:
                        * Provided individual and family counseling.
                        * ntake assessment and crisis intervention.
                        * Group treatment.


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

        Oklahoma Association of Forensic Interviewers, 2003 – 2006
        Children and the Law Committee Member, 2001 – 2006
        Trainer for Tulsa Lawyers for Children, 2005 - present
        American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, 1996 - present
        Board Member for Tulsa Lawyers for Children, 2003 - 2005
        Tulsa Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Board, 2003 – 2005
        District XII Committee Member, 2003 - 2005
        Oklahoma Academy of Mediators and Arbitrators, 1998 - present
        Oklahoma Counseling Association, 1995 -2002
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        Oklahoma Association for Play Therapy, 1997 Board Vice-President
        National Association of Play Therapy, 1996 - 2000

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS


Vogt, J. (October 2010). “Communicating with the Child Client”. Training for attorneys and Law students for Tulsa Lawyers for Children,
University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (April 2010). “Communicating with the Child Client”. Training for attorneys and Law students for Tulsa
Lawyers for Children, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (December 2009). “The Therapist in the Courtroom”, Training for therapists in the community regarding ethical considerations of
court testimony. Family & Children’s Services, Tulsa, OK.

Vogt, J. (November 2009). “Communication with the Child Client”. Training for Attorneys and Law students for Tulsa Lawyers for
Children, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK.

Vogt, J. (March 2009). “Communicating with the Child Client”. Training for attorneys and Law students for Tulsa
Lawyers for Children, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (October 2008). “The Therapist in the Courtroom”, Training for therapists in the community regarding ethical considerations of
court testimony. Family & Children’s Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (August 2008). “Communicating with the Child Client”. Training for Attorneys and Law students
For Tulsa Lawyers for Children, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (May 2008). “Ethical Aspects of the Child Interview”, The Sex Crime Accusation—Fighting for Your
Client’s Life, Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Association & Oklahoma County Criminal Defense Lawyers
Association, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (October 2007). “Communicating with the Child Client”. Training for attorneys and law students
for Tulsa Lawyers for Children, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (March 2007). “Communicating with the Child Client”. Training for attorneys and law students
For Tulsa Lawyers for Children, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (September 2006). “Communicating with the Child Client.” Training for Attorneys and Law students
For Tulsa Lawyers for Children, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (March 2006). “Communicating with the Child Client”. Training for Tulsa Lawyers for Children, University of Tulsa, Tulsa,
Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (June 2005). “Forensic Nursing in Oklahoma: When Sherlock Meets Florence”. A continuing education program for registered
nurses, law enforcement, EMS, Saint Francis Health System, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt,, J. (April 2005). “Interviewing Children”. A training for Sexual Abuse Nurse Examiners, University of Oklahoma, Schusterman
Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (April 2005). “How Are We Doing? A Critical Look at Services in the Community for Child Abuse Victims”. Presentation to
psychology students and community regarding gaps and progress in area services. University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (March 2005). “Forensic Interviewing and First Response Officers in Child Abuse Investigations.” Training for Broken Arrow
Law Enforcement, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
Vogt, J. (March 2005). “Forensic Interviewing in Child Abuse Investigations”. Presentation to the multidisciplinary team, Tulsa Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (February 2005). “How to Talk to Children for Court”. Presentation to law students from University of Tulsa., Children’s Justice
Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (February 2005). CASA training. “Child Sexual Abuse Investigations.” Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (February 2005). “How to Respond to Sexual Abuse Disclosures in the Classrooms”. Two day presentation to Union Public School
teachers. Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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Vogt, J. (February 2005). CASA training. “Child Sexual Abuse Investigations.”

Vogt, J. (February 2005). “Signs of Child Sexual Abuse”. Medial interview for Channel 5 Fox News. Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The Justice Center’s Partner Agencies, “Joining Forces in the Battle Against Child Abuse. The Toughest Thing A Community Will Ever
Have To Do: A Seminar On Best Practices In Investigating And Prosecuting Child Abuse.” –(January 2005). Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (January 2005). “How To Respond To Disclosures of Sexual Abuse”—Presented to the Roman Catholic
Diocese of Tulsa, Church of the Madalene, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (December 2004). “How To Respond To Disclosures of Sexual Abuse”—Presented to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tulsa, Church
of the Madalene, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (July 2004). “Forensic Interviewing Videoconference”—National Child Alliance, NCA net., Forensic
Interviewing Peer Review, Tulsa Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (July 2004). “Forensic Interviewing and the Multidisciplinary Team”—Presentation to law students from
University of Tulsa, Children and the Law Class, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (May 2004). “Forensic Interviewing and Multi-disciplinary Team Training”—Owasso Police Department. Owasso, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (May 2004). “Forensic Interviewing”—training for Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine,
Schusterman Center, Tulsa Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (May 2004). “What’s Next?”—Presentation to Monte Casino staff regarding multi-victim investigations and the effect on the
community. Monte Casino School, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

District Attorney’s Task Force on Crimes Against Children (April 2004)—presentation to Tulsa Counselor Association on multi-disciplinary
team.

Vogt, J. (April 2004). “Forensic Interviewing”—Presentation to Children and the Law Committee on evolution of forensic interviewing and
impact on child abuse investigations. Tulsa County Bar Association, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

District Attorney’s Task Force on Crimes Against Children (April 2004)—Presentation to Tulsa County investigators on utilizing the
multidisciplinary team and services at the Justice Center, Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

District Attorney’s Task Force on Crimes Against Children (April 2004)—Presentation to Tulsa Counselor’s Association, “The
Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse Cases At the Justice Center”, Tulsa Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (April 2004). “Forensic Interviewing”—Presented to Children and the Law Committee, Tulsa County Bar Association, Tulsa,
Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (March 2004). “How to Recognize Child Abuse”, Channel 17, Joy in Our Town, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (February 2004). “Forensic Interviewing”—Presented to University of Tulsa Law School students, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J.; Bell, Kathy, SANE expert; “Interviewing and SANE exams in Child Abuse Investigations”—CALL RAPE Training; (January
2004).

Vogt, J.; Edward Snow, Prosecutor, U.S. Attorney General’s Office; Gayla Stewart, Victim Witness Coordinator, Jim Redcorn, BIA;
(November 2003). Cherokee Nation 10th Annual Early Childhood Conference.—Presented to Head Start teachers with Cherokee Nation.
Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (September 2003). “Multidisciplinary Team Training for Child Abuse Allegations.” – Presented to
School Counselors.

Vogt, J. (September 2003). “The Educator’s Role in Child Abuse Allegations”—Presented to staff at the Boy’s
Group Home at Radar Institute, Sapulpa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (September 2003). “The Educator’s Role in Child Abuse Allegations” – Presented to staff at the Girl’s Group Home in Sapulpa,
Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (August 2003). “The Educator’s Role in Child Abuse Allegations” – Presented to teachers with the Community Action Project
Headstart Program, Robert Frost Elementary School, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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Vogt, J. (August 2003). “The Educator’s Role in Child Abuse Allegations” – Presented to Youth Services for Tulsa volunteers, Tulsa,
Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (August 2003). “The Educator’s Role in Child Abuse Allegations” – Presented to the Cherokee Nation Headstart staff, in
conjunction with the U.S. Attorney General’s Office, Talequah, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (July 2003). “Forensic Interviewing” – Presentation at District Attorney’s Task Force, Supervisor’s Summit, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (July 2003). “Why Parents Abuse Their Children” – Interview for Channel 2 News, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (May 2003). “Forensic Interviewing” – Presentation to Pediatric SANE continuing education class at University of Oklahoma,
Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (November 2002). “Forensic Interviewing” – Presentation to students enrolled in the Criminal Justice Degree Program at Rogers
State University, Claremore, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (September 2002). “The Child Abuse Network” – Presentation to students at the Union 7th & 8th Grade Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (September 2002). “Forensic Interview Training” – Two day training to law enforcement, child welfare, district attorneys,
therapists on interviewing children, Paducah, Kentucky.

Vogt, J. (August 2002). “ Sexual Abuse Prevention” – Presentation to elementary students at Cedar Ridge Elementary, Broken Arrow, Ok.

Vogt, J. (May 2002). “Multidisciplinary Teams” – Presentation to International Law Students from Tulsa University, Tulsa, Ok.

Vogt, J. (May 2002). “Doing the Right Thing: The Ethics of Care and Confidentiality” – Panel presentation to mental health professionals,
Family & Children’s Service, Tulsa, Ok.

Vogt, J. (April 2002). “How to Talk to Children About Sexual Abuse Prevention” – Interview for Channel 2 News, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (April 2002). “Keeping Kids Safe from Sexual Abuse in the Schools” – Presentation on Channel 8, KTUL, Tulsa, Ok.

Vogt, J. (April 2002). “How to Identify Signs of Sexual Abuse” – Presentation to private school teaching staff, Tulsa, Ok.

Vogt, J. (April 2002). “How to Help Children Through Trauma” – Presentation to church congregation, Tulsa, Ok.

Vogt, J. (March 2002) “How to Talk to Kids and Parents About Sexual Abuse” – Presentation to staff at church school, Tulsa, Ok.

Vogt, J. (December 2001). “Introduction to the JUSTICE Center” – Presentation to Leadership Tulsa training, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (December 2001). “Introduction to the JUSTICE Center” – Presentation to the Lion’s Club, Tulsa, Oklahoma.


Vogt, J. (December 2001). “Signs of Child Abuse and Mandated Reporting” – Video-teleconference presentation at Tulsa Community
College, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (November 2001). “Child Abuse Investigations in Tulsa” – Presentation to college students at OSU-Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (October 2001). “Child Abuse” – Training provided to CASA Volunteers, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (September 2001). “Interviewing Young Children” – Training provided to Tulsa Police Exploitation Unit, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (September 2001). “Introduction to Child Sexual Abuse” – Training provided to CASA Volunteers, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (August 2001). “Identifying Signs of Sexual Abuse for the Childcare Provider” -- Presented to Asbury United Methodist Church
childcare providers, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (July 2001). “Interviewing Children in Child Abuse Investigations” – KJRH, Channel 2 Interview.

Vogt, J. (July 2001). “The Increasing Number of Child Abuse Statistics” – KJRH, Channel 2 Interview.

Vogt, J. (July 2001). “How to Interview Children”. Presentation to law enforcement and child welfare workers at Tulsa Police Academy,
Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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Vogt, J. (May 2001). “Self-Care for the Helping Professional” -- Presentation to Child Welfare supervisors, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (January 2001). “Domestic Violence” -- Presentation to college students at TCC.

Vogt, J. (November 2000). “Child Sexual Abuse Training” -- Two hour presentation to CASA volunteers.

Vogt, J. (August 2000). “Professional Burn-Out” – Two hour presentation to investigators at the Children’s JUSTICE Center.

Vogt, J. (April 2000). “Child Sexual Abuse Prevention” -- One hour presentation to elementary aged children in East Central Village.

Vogt, J. (February 2000). “Child Sexual Abuse” -- One hour presentation to CASA Volunteers at the Children’s JUSTICE Center.

Vogt, J. (October 1999). “Creative Step-Parenting” -- Two hour presentation on blended families at Family & Children’s Service, Tulsa,
Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (October 1999). “Child Sexual Abuse” – Two hour presentation to OSU students, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (August 1999). “Child Sexual Abuse” – Two hour presentation to CASA Volunteers, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (November 1998). “Children and Divorce” -- Two hour presentation to teachers and parents at the Oklahoma PTA Annual State
Convention, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (September 1998). “Child Sexual Abuse” -- Two-hour presentation to psychology students at TCC addressing child sexual abuse,
Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (September 1998). “Conflict Resolution.” One hour presentation to middle school students addressing anger management and
conflict resolution, Pershing Alternative School, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (July 1998). “Teaching Sexual Abuse Prevention to Your Child.” -- One hour presentation to the Cherokee Community Housing
Authority, Catoosa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (July 1998). “Assessment and Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse” -- One hour presentation to an undergraduate psychology class at
Rogers University, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (July 1998). “Developing Stress Reduction Groups for Children” -- Two hour presentation to therapists at the shelter for Domestic
Violence Intervention Service, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (July 1998). “Working with Siblings of Sexual Abuse Victims” -- One hour presentation to therapeutic providers at Family &
Children’s Services, Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (April 1998). “Advancements in Treatment and Recognition of Child Sexual Abuse” -- Presented to the Southside Rotary Club of
Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. and Walentiny, N. (September 1997). “Encouraging Healthy Attachment In Children: The Role of Parents and Caregivers” --
Three hour workshop presented at the Child Welfare League of America Southern Region Training Conference and Fifth Oklahoma
Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (July 1997). “Bike Rally” -- Short presentation on KOTV Channel 6 News announcing The Bike Rally intended to raise awareness
of child abuse sponsored by the O.U. Center for Child and Family Development, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (April 1997). “Assessment and Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse” -- One hour presentation at Tulsa Community College to
undergraduate psychology students, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (March 1997). “Building Self-Esteem in Our Kids” -- Presented on KOTV, Channel 6 News, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Vogt, J. (February 1997). “Child Sexual Abuse Prevention” -- Presented on KOTV, Channel 6 News, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (February 1997). “Child Sexual Abuse Treatment with Play Therapy Techniques” -- Presented on KJRH, Channel 2 News, Tulsa,
Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (November 1996). “Helping Children of Divorced Parents with the Holidays” --           Presented on KJRH, Channel 2 News,
Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (November 1996). “Enhancing Relationships with Couples in Therapy.” One hour presentation to undergraduate psychology
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students at Tulsa Community College, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vogt, J. (October 1995). “Working with Young Children in Groups” -- Three hour workshop designed to train Practicum and Internship
students at Family & Children’s Services, Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma.



PUBLICATIONS

Vogt, J., (2003), “We CAN Protect Children.” Tulsa Kids Magazine.

Vogt, J., (2003), “The Medical Team: Going the Extra Mile for Kids.” Tulsa Kids Magazine.

Vogt, J., (2003), “Child Crisis Unit”. Tulsa Kids Magazine.

Vogt, J., (2003), “Abused Children CAN Heal”. Tulsa Kids Magazine.




FORENSIC INTERVIEW SPECIFIC TRAINING:                                                Yr.       CEU


“Extended Assessments in Child Sexual Abuse: New Findings”—presented by              2010       9
  Kathleen Coulborn Faller, Ph.D., at the 18th Annual Oklahoma Conference on
  Child Abuse and Neglect and Healthy Families, Oklahoma City, Ok, (Aug./Sept).

“Allegations of Sexual Abuse in Divorce: Current Research and Best Practices,        2010
  Presented by Kathleen Coulborn Faller, Ph.D. at the 18th Annual Oklahoma
  Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect and Healthy Families,
  Oklahoma City, Ok, (Aug./Sept).

“When Words Matter 2009: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing”—presented by       2009          25
  National Child Protection Training Center and the National Association
  To Prevent Sexual Abuse of Children in collaboration with OJJDP, CornerHouse
  And Winona State University, St. Louis, Mo. (May).

“When a Child Takes It Back: Strategies for Responding to Recantation”—presented     2009
  By Tom Lyon, Ph.D., University of Southern California, When Words Matter
  2009: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, St. Louis, Mo., (May).

“When the Victim is an Immigrant”—presented by Charles Phipps, Attorney at Law,      2009
  Columbia, South Carolina, When Words Matter 2009: Emerging Issues in
  Forensic Interviewing, St. Louis, Mo. (May).

“Aliens, Alligators and Allegories: Fantastic Elements in Forensic Interviewing”—    2009
  Presented by Anne Lukas Miller, Minneapolis, Minn., When Words Matter 2009:
  Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, St. Louis, Mo. (May).

“How Many Times Do I Have to Tell You? Forensic Interviews in Cases with             2009
  Repeated Allegations”, by Mindy Mitnick, Licensed Psychologist, When Words
  Matter 2009: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, St. Louis, Mo. (May).

“Ask Me No Questions and I’ll Tell You No Lies: Leading and Suggestive Questions     2009
  In the Child Forensic Interview”, Mark Everson, Ph.D., University of North
  Carolina, When Words Matter 2009: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing,
  St. Louis, Mo. (May).

“When the Smoke Clears: Cross-Examining the Defense Expert’s Attack on a
  Forensic Interview”, Victor Vieth, JD, Minn., When Words Matter 2009: Emerging 2009
  Issues in Forensic Interviewing, St. Louis, Mo. (May).

“Recent Research Affecting Forensic Interviews, Investigations and Prosecutions”--   2009
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   Presented by Chris Newlin, Huntsville, Ala., When Words Matter 2009:
   Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, St. Louis, Mo. (May).

“Interviewing Culturally Diverse Children About Suspected Maltreatment”--             2009
   Presented by Lisa Fontes, Ph.D., When Words Matter 2009: Emerging
   Issues in Forensic Interviewing, St. Louis, Mo. (May).

“The Evolution of the Multi-Disciplinary Team: Best Practices for the Teams           2009
  Of Today”, Detective Mike Johnson, Plano, Tx., When Words Matter 2009:
  Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, St. Louis, Mo. (May).

“The Effects of Competency Assessment and Oath Taking Within the Forensic             2009
  Interview Process: New Data and Food for Thought.” Presented by
  Allison Foster, When Words Matter 2009: Emerging Issues in Forensic
  Interviewing, St. Louis, Mo. (May).

“When Words Hurt: Interviewing the Emotionally Abused Child”—presented by             2007    18.0
  Victor Vieth, JD, Beyond Finding Words 2007: Emerging Issues in Forensic
  Interviewing, Atlantic City, New Jersey, (August).

“Taking Shots at the Syndrome: Recent Attacks on the Continued Validity of             2007
  The Child Sexual Abuse Accommodation Syndrome and the Process of
  Disclosure”.—presented by Anthony D’Urso and Joe Del Russo, Beyond
   Finding Words 2007: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Atlantic
  City, New Jersey, (August).

“Dueling Disciplines: Going Toe to Toes with the Defense Expert”—presented by          2007
   Joe Del Russo, Beyond Finding Words 2007: Emerging Issues in Forensic
 Interviewing, Atlantic City New Jersey (August).

“Crime Victim Compensation: How Compensation Funds Can Assist in Removing              2007
  Blocks to Disclsure”—presentd by Alice Robinson Bond and Dan Eddy. Beyond
   Finding Words 2007: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Atlantic City, NJ.
  (August).

“The Impact of Child Abuse on Spirituality: Cultural Sensitivity to the Faith Needs    2007
  Of Children”.—presented by Victor Vieth, JD. Beyond Finding Words 2007:
  Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Atlantic City, New Jersey.

“Finding words in a Computer Facilitated Crimes Against children World:               2007
   Tools for Understanding the Unique Development, Language, and
   Dynamics of victimization of compliant/Adolescent Victims”—presented
   By Allison Turkel. Beyond Finding Words 2007: Emerging Issues in
   Forensic Interviewing, Atlantic City, NJ. (August).

“Conducting the forensic Interview with an Eye Toward the Search Warrant—             2007
  the Possibilities and Limits of Today’s Technology.”—presented by
  Kelly Robbins, Beyond Finding Words 2007: Emerging Issues in Forensic
  Interviewing, Atlantic city, New Jersey. (August)

“Assessing Allegations of Sexual Abuse in Preschool Children—Presented by             2006    18.0
  Victor Vieth, JD, Beyond Finding Words 2006: Emerging Issues in Forensic
   Interviewing, Tunica, Mississippi, (March).

“Vicarious Trauma: Coping With What We Hear”—Presented by Lisa Yazdani, Ph.D.,
  Beyond Finding Words 2006: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing,
  Tunica, Mississippi, (March).

“Advanced Anatomical Dolls: They’re Out of the Bag, Now What?”—Presented
  By Barbara Boat, Ph.D., Rachel Heath, LCSW, Beyond Finding Words: 2006
  Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Tunica, Mississippi, (March).

“Defending RATAC with Research”—Presented by Jodi Lashley, MSW, LGSW and
  Victor Vieth, JD., Beyond Finding Words 2006: Emerging Issues in Forensic
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   Interviewing, Tunica, Mississippi, (March).

“Modifying RATAC for Physical Abuse and Child Witnesses – Presented by
  Jodi Lashley, MSW, LGSW, Beyond Finding Words 2006: Emerging Issues
  In Forensic Interviewing, Tunica Mississippi, (March).

“Interviewing the Compliant Child Victim—Presented by Alicia Benedetto, Ph.D.,
   Beyond Finding Words 2006: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Tunica,
   Mississippi, (March).

“But Children Lie, Don’t They? Developmental Influences on Lying and Deceptions
  In Children—Presented by Cathy Dixon, Ph.D., Beyond Finding Words 2006:
  Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Tunica, Mississippi, (March).

“Crawford v. Washington: Where are we now?”—Presented by Allie Phillips, JD.,
   Beyond Finding Words 2006: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Tunica,
  Mississippi, (March).

“Recent Research Affecting Child Abuse Investigations/Prosecutions—Presented by
  Chris Newlin, MS, LPC, Beyond Finding Words 2006: Emerging Issues in
  Forensic Interviewing, Tunica, Mississippi, (March).

“Interviewing the Developmentally Disabled Child”-Presented by Rachel Heath, LCSW,
   Beyond Finding Words 2006: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Tunica,
   Mississippi, (March).

“It Does Happen: What to do when Coaching is a Concern”—Presented by
    Allison DeFelice, Ph.D., Beyond Finding Words 2006: Emerging Issues in
    Forensic Interviewing, Tunica, Mississippi, (March).

“Understanding the Child Sex Offender Typologies and How to Interview Their
  Victims”—Presented by Special Agent Terry Thomas, Beyond Finding
  Words 2006: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Tunica, Mississippi,
  (March).

“Forensic Interview Case Review”—Presented by MCRC Peer Review Tele-                        2005   1.0
   conferencing, (February).

“Forensic Interview Case Review”—Presented by MCRC Peer Review Teleconferencing,            2004   1.0
   (October).

“RATAC Update”—Presented by Jennifer Anderson, MSW, LGSW and Anne                           2004   30.0
  Anne Nuernberg, LSW, CornerHouse Interagency Child Abuse Evaluation and
  Training Center at the Beyond Finding Words: Emerging Issues in Forensic
  Interviewing, Charleston, South Carolina, (October).

“Research Update”—David Corwin, MD—Presented at the Beyond Finding Words:
  Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Charleston, South Carolina, (October).

“The Connection Between Child Abuse and Animal Abuse in the Forensic Interview—
  Presented by Barbara Boat, Ph.D. and Allie Phillips, J.D., at the Beyond Finding Words:
  Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Charleston, South Carolina,
  (October).

“Communicating with Children, Learning to Speak Their Language”—Presented by
  Anne Graffam Walker, Ph.D., at the Beyond Finding Words: Emerging Issues in
  Forensic Interviewing, Charleston, South Carolina, (October).

“Comparison of Current Protocols”—Presented by Erna Olafson, Ph.D., Psy.D. at the
  Beyond Finding Words: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Charleston, South
  Carolina, (October).

“Look Past My Face: Does Race or Gender Influence a Forensic Interview Outcome?”—
  Presented by Tomiko Mackey, MSW, LCSW and Ray Olszewski, LMSW, AFSA at the
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   Beyond Finding Words: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Charleston,
   South Carolina.

“When a Child Freezes on the Witness Stand: Strategies for Empowering the Child”—
  Presented by Tom Harbinson, J.D. at the Beyond Finding Words: Emerging Issues
  In Forensic Interviewing, Charleston, South Carolina, (October).

“Interviews with Children During Custody And Access Disputes”—Presented by Mindy
   Mitnick, Ed.M., M.A. at the Beyond Finding Words: Emerging Issues in Forensic
   Interviewing, Charleston, South Carolina (October).

“Interviewing the Exploited Victim”—Presented by Martha Finnegan at the Beyond Finding
   Words: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Charleston, South Carolina, (October).

“I think I must have dreamed it.”: Interviewing After Recantation—Presented by Mindy
   Mitnick, Ed.M., M.A. at the Beyond Finding Words: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing,
   Charleston, South Carolina, (October).

“In the Wake of Trauma: How Children Tell What They Know”—presented by Mindy Mitnick,
    Ed.M., M.A. at the Beyond Finding Words: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing,
   Charleston, South Carolina, (October).

“Admitting Child Hearsay: An Update on Case Law”—presented by Charles Phipps, J.D.
  at the Beyond Finding Words: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing, Charleston,
  South Carolina, (October).

“Mock Forensic Interview of Alleged Child Victim and Discussion”—presented by Angie
  Scott at the Beyond Finding Words: Emerging Issues in Forensic Interviewing,,
  Charleston, South Carolina, (October).

“Forensic Interview Case Review”—Presented by MCRC Review Teleconferencing,                   2004     1.0
   (August).

“Forensic Interview Case Review”—Presented by MCRC Peer Review Teleconferencing               2004     1.0
   (August).

“Forensic Interview Case Review”—Presented by MCRC Peer Review Teleconferencing,              2004     1.0
   (July).

“Medical Peer Review”—Presented by MCRC Peer Review Teleconferencing, (July).                2004

“Structured Assessments in Child Interview”—Presented by Michael Lamb, PhD at the            2004     1.5
   11th National Conference on Children and the Law: Lawyers and Psychologists
   Working Together, Washington, DC, (June)

“Suggestibility and Children’s Recollections”—Presented by Michael Lamb, PhD,                2004     1.5
   at the 11th National Conference on Children and the Law: Lawyers and Psychologists
   Working Together, Washington, DC, (June).


“Communicating and Reviewing the Results of Forensic Evaluations”—Presented by               2004     1.5
  Kirk Heilbrun, PhD, at the 11th National Conference on Children and the Law:
  Lawyers and Psychologists Working Together, Washington, DC, (June).

“Forensic Interview Case Review”—Presented by MCRC Peer Review Tele-                         2004     1.0
   conferencing, (May).

“Memory and Suggestibility Issues in Child Abuse Cases” – Presented by Children’s            2003     5.5
  Advocacy Centers of Texas, Inc., Dr. Gail Goodman, Austin, Texas (September).

“Advanced Forensic Interview Training” – Presented by American Professional Society on         2003    36.0
  the Abuse of Children, Cape Cod, Mass. (June).

“Advanced Forensic Interviewing” – Presented by National Child Advocacy Centers,              2003     36.0
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    Huntsville, Alabama, (May).

“Trainers of Trainers” – Presented by Southern Regional Advocacy Centers,                   2003            20.0
    Destin, Florida (April).

“Extended Forensic Evaluation Training” – Presented by National Child                     2002          16.0
    Advocacy Centers, Huntsville, Alabama (July).

“CornerHouse On-Site Training” – Presented by Amy Russell, M.Ed. with                     2002          24.0
   CornerHouse Child Sexual Abuse Forensic Interview Training (July).

“Trainer of Trainers” – Presented by the Southwest Regional Child Advocacy                2002          20.0
    Centers, St. Petersburg, Florida (May).

“Advanced CornerHouse Child Sexual Abuse Forensic Interview Training-                     2001          26.0
   Presented by CornerHouse, Minneapolis, Minnesota (September).

“Defense Proofing Your Child Witness Interviews”- presented at the                         2001              2.0
   Crimes Against Children’s Conference by Patricia Toth, Dallas, Texas (August).

“Interviewing the Reluctant and Avoidant Child”- presented by Daniel Jarboe                 2001              2.0
    at the Crimes Against Children’s Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).

“Shut Up and Other Bad Words: Video Interviewing Children Who                              2001              2.0
    Witness Domestic Violence” – presented by Raymond Broderick
    at the Crimes Against Children Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).

“How Accurate Are Children’s Statements?” - Presented by Steven Ceci, Ph.D.,              2001              6.0
   University of Oklahoma, Tulsa, Oklahoma (May).

“CornerHouse Child Sexual Abuse Interview Training” - Presented by                        2000          35.5
    CornerHouse, Minneapolis, Minnesota (October).

“Forensic Interviewing Training”- Presented by Mindy Mitnick, Ed.M, M.A.,                 2000          16.0
    Licensed Psychologist., Muskogee, Oklahoma (July).

“How is Child Interviewing Holding Up in Texas Courts?” – presented                        2000              2.0
   at the Crimes Against Children Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).




ADDITIONAL CONTINUING EDUCATION                                                           Year     CEU



“The Ethics Olympics”, presented by Lori Franklin, LCSW, OU School of Social Work          2010         3
  At Family & Children’s Services, (November).

“Ethics of Case Reports: A True Story of Adverse Events and Consequences, presented
   By David L. Corwin, MD, at the 18th Annual Oklahoma Conference on
   Child Abuse and Neglect and Healthy Families, Oklahoma City, Ok, (Aug./Sept).

“Bounce Learning Network”, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (April).                               2010

“Head Start/Early Head Start National Conference”, Washington, D.C.                       2010

“Ethical Issues in Supervision”, presented by Al Carlozzi, Ph.D., Tulsa, Ok (February).   2010      6

“Introductory Training to Psychological First Aid – presented by Dr. Elana Newman and      2009     6
   Claudia Arthrell, LCSW, Family & Children’s Services, Tulsa, OK (October).
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“Terminology and Effects of Street Drugs”, -- presented by Teresa Williams, LADC,           2009         3
  Family & Children’s Services, Tulsa, OK. (September).

“Grief: A Journey Unto Itself”, presented by Reverend Chaz Wesley, Family & Children’s      2009         6
  Services, Tulsa, OK, (August).

“Co-Occurring Disorders”, -- Tehcnology –Assisted Distance Learning, Family & Children’s     2009        3
  Services, Tulsa, OK,

“Supervision and consultation: What You Wish You Were Taught In Graduate                   2007      4.5
  School”-Presented by Elana Newman, Ph.D., University of Tulsa,
  Tulsa, Oklahoma, (December).

“Coporate Ethics and Compliance,” Assisted Distance Learning, Family & Children’s          2008      1
  Services, Tulsa, OK.

“Building Blocks and Beyond: Building Blocks and Enhancement of Ethical                    2007          3.0
  Practice”—presented by Lori Franklin, LCSW, Tulsa, Oklahoma, (November).

“Trauma Through the Eyes of a Young Child”—presented by Dr. Joy Osofsky,                   2007       3.0
   Tulsa, Oklahoma, (November).

Child Protection Community Summit: Reducing Trauma and Planning for Permancy               2007
  From Day 1—Presented by Dr. Joy Osofsky, Lt. Gov. Jari Askins, Casey
  Family Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma, (November).

Early Childhood Leadership Institute.—Presented by University of Oklahoma,
   Tulsa, Oklahoma, (October).

“Adverse Childhood Experiences” presented by Vincent Felletti, MD, Harvard                   2007            3
  Medical School, OSU Tulsa (January).

“Addressing Challenging Behaviors for Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum                2006
  Disorder”—Presented by Bonnie McBride, Ph.D., OU, Tulsa, Oklahoma. (September).

“Supervision Redux Two: A Three Hour Excursion Into Best Practices”—                         2006                3
  Presented by Marc Charney, Ph.D., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (September).

“Relational Health and Early Childhood: Creating Optimal Environments for Learning”—          2006               6
  Presented by Dr. Bruce Perry, Tulsa, Oklahoma (August).

“The Program for Infant Toddler Caregivers: Module I & Module II, presented                   2006               30
  By West Ed Train the Trainers Program, California, (August)

“Impact of Trauma on Childhood Development”—presented by Roy Van Tassell,                    2006                3
   LCSW, Family & Children’s Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma (August).

“Understanding and Caring for the Angry Child”—Presented by Dr. Ed Smith,                     2006                   6
  Oklahoma State Department of Health, Northeastern State University, in
  Muskogee, Oklahoma ( June).

“Bridges Out of Poverty”—presented by Monica Bein, M.Ed., CCC-SLP,                           2006                6
  Tulsa, Oklahoma, (June).

“Systematic Training to Assist in the Recovery from Trauma (START)—presented                  2006               12
  By Joseph Benamati,, LMSW, Tulsa, Oklahoma (May).

“Trauma’s Impact on Development Across Childhood”—presented by Dr. Alicia                    2006
   Lieberman, Esther Deblinger, David Pelcovitz, Teleconference, F&CS. (May).

“Advanced Training in Infant Mental Health Assessment and Treatment”—Presented                2006               11.25
  by Joy D. Osofsky, Ph.D., at The Parent Child Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma (May)
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“Creating Sanctuary for Children”—presented by Sandy L. Bloom, M.D., Department             2006
  Of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma (April).

“DC: 0-3R: Diagnostic Classification of Infants and Young” –Presented by                    2006                 12
  Donna R. Weston, Ph.D., Tulsa Systems of Care and Tulsa City-County Health
  Department, Tulsa, Oklahoma, (April).

“New Directions in Mediation”—Presented by Kent Francy, Hugh Rineer, JD,                     2006                3
  Honorable Daman Cantrell, Claudia Arthrell, ACSW, LSCW, Annette Wallace, LPC,
  Carol Swenson, JD, Matt Livingood, JD.


“Inspiring Change—Motivational Interviewing: An Introductory Workshop—Presented by           2006               6
 Thad Leffingwell, Ph.D., Tulsa, Oklahoma , (February).

“The Fear Response, Impact of Childhood Trauma”—Presented by Dr. Bruce Perry,
  Tulsa, Oklahoma, (January)

“The Ethics of Cultural Competency: Working with Diverse Families”— Presented by            2005                6
  Lori Franklin, LCSW, Family & Children’s Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma (November).

“Advanced Family & Divorce Mediation Training: Dealing with Domestic Violence”—             2005             12
  Presented by James L. Stovall, M.Div. (October).

“Parent Child Interaction Therapy—DVIS/OCT-PCIT TRAINING Pt. 1-presented                    2005            8
   by Kimberly Parker, M.Ed., L.P.C., DVIS, Tulsa, Oklahoma (September).

“Expressive Therapy”—presented by Joan Phillips, LMFT, LPC, ART-BC, Parkside                2005            1
  Hospital, (July).

“Team Development Training”—Sponsored by Child Abuse Training And Coordination              2004
  Program, Child Abuse Prevention Service, Family Health Services, Okla. State
  Department of Health, (December).

“Medical Peer Review”—Presented by MCRC Peer Review Teleconferencing, (October).           2004            1.0

“Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy”—Presented by Carolyn Levitt, MD at the                       2004            1.0
  MCRC Education Teleconferencing, (June).

“Violence in Families and How It Impacts Our Work”—Presented by David Wolfe, PhD           2004             1.5
  at the 11th National Conference on Children and the Law: Lawyers and Psychologists
  Working Together, Washington, DC, (June).

“The Teen Brain” – Presented by Jay N. Giedd, MD at the 11th National Conference            2004           1.5
  on Children and the Law: Lawyers and Psychologists Working Together, Washington,
  DC, (June).

“Psychology in the Courtroom: Implications for Child Custody Cases in Family Court” --      2004           7.0
   Presented by Robert T. Kinschertt, JD, PhD, Ann N, Haralambie, JD, Michael C
   Gottlieb, PhD, Florence W. Kaslow, PhD, Robin M. Deutsch, PhD, Lynne Z.
   Gold-Bikin, JD, at the 11th National Conference on Children and the Law:
   Lawyers and Psychologists Working Together, Washington, DC (June).

“Psychological Effects of the Court Process on Children” – Presented by Matthew I.          2004           1.5
   Fraidin, JD, Lisa M. Jones, PhD at the 11th National Conference on Children and the Law:
   Lawyers and Psychologists Working Together, Washington, DC (June).


“Junk Science in Court: Distinguishing Between Court Experts and Court Jesters”--          2004        1.5
   Presented by Robert T. Kinscherff, JD, PhD, at the 11th National Conference
   On Children and the Law: Lawyers and Psychologists Working Together,
   Washington, DC, (June).

“Impression Management in the Courtroom: Presenting Effective Testimony in                          2004              1.5
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   Prosecution of Crimes Against Children” – Presented by Daniel S. Armagh, JD
   At the 11th National Conference on Children and the Law: Lawyers and
   Psychologists Working Together, Washington, DC, (June).


“Judicial Decision Making Affecting Children”—Presented by Judge Frederica Brenneman       2004    1.5
   At the 11th National Conference on Children and the Law: Lawyers and
   Psychologists Working Together, Washington, DC, (June).

“Implementing a Comprehensive Containment Approach to Sex Offender Management              2003
   in Oklahoma” – Sponsored by Bureau of Justice assistance, Office of Justice Programs,
   United States Department of Justice and the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, Sex
   Offender Management Team, Edmond, Oklahoma.

“2003 Child Abuse Summit”, - Sponsored by Clackamus County Sheriff’s Department,           2003     20.0
    Portland, Oregon (April).

“Trainers of Trainers” – Presented by Southern Regional Advocacy Centers,                  2003     20.0
    Destin, Florida (April).

“Play Therapy and the Court, A Judicial Perspective” – Presented by                        2002     3.0
    Judge Robert Perugino (September).

“Trainer of Trainers” – Presented by the Southwest Regional Child Advocacy                 2002    20.0
   Centers, St. Petersburg, Florida (May).

“Investigation of Fatal Child Abuse and Neglect” – presented by Bill Walsh                  2001     12.0
    at the Crimes Against Children’s Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).

“Sex Offender Continuum” – presented by Ken Lanning at the Crimes                          2001
    Against Children Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).

“Operation Avalanche” – presented by Bill Walsh at the Crimes Against                      2001
   Children Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).

“Link Between Animal Cruelty and Child Abuse” – presented by Randall                       2001
    Lockwood at the Crimes Against Children Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).

“What Do We Know About Female Sex Offenders?” – presented by Julia                         2001
   Hislop at the Crimes Against Children Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).

“Investigation and Prosecution of the Multi-Victim Pedophile Case” –                       2001
    Presented at the Crimes Against Children Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).

“Custody and Divorce Issues in Child Abuse Investigations” - Presented                     2001
   by Judge Fransien, the JUSTICE Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma (May).

“Testifying in Court” - Presented by Chad Moody, ADA and Kevin Morrison, ADA,              2001
    The JUSTICE Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma (April).
“The Medical Examiner’s Role in Child Deaths” - Presented by R. Distefano, D.O.,           2001
    The JUSTICE Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma (January).

“Crimes Against Children Conference” - Presented by                                        2000    21.0
   by Dallas Police Dept. and the Dallas CAC, Dallas, Texas (August).

“Treating Sexual Offenders – presented at the Crimes Against Children’s                    2000
    Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).

“Assessment of Lying in Offender Treatment” – presented at the                             2000
    Crimes Against Children Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).

“How is Child Interviewing Holding Up in Texas Courts?” – presented                        2000
   at the Crimes Against Children Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).
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“Legal Issues in Child Advocacy Centers” – presented at the                            2000
    Crimes Against Children Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).

“Utilizing the Mental Health Professional in the Child Advocacy Center” –              2000
    presented at the Crimes Against Children Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).


“Collaboration or Controversy?” – presented at the Crimes Against                      2000
    Children Conference, Dallas, Texas (August).

“Violence Prevention and Intervention” -- Presented by DVIS at                         2000     2.0
   Family & Children’s Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma (May).

“Trauma Bonds: When Humans Bond with Those Who Hurt                                    2000     6.0
    Them”- Presented by Dr. Patrick Carnes, Tulsa, Oklahoma (April).

“Working with Hispanic Clients”- Presented by Daniel Chaboya                           2000     2.0
   at Family & Children’s Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma (January).

“Mediation and the New Child Support Guidelines” – Presented by John Kloiber and        1999    3.0
   Gail Puckett at the Oklahoma Annual Mediation Conference, Tulsa, Oklahoma (October).

“Mediation Ethics” – Presented by Ray Hickman at the Oklahoma                          1999     3.0
   Annual Mediation Conference, Tulsa, Oklahoma (October).

“Treating Anxiety Disorder Effectively: Therapeutic Methods that Work?” –              1999    5.25
    Presented by Albert Ellis, Ph.D., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (October).

“Identifying, Assessing and Treating Dual Diagnosis Clients” – Presented               1999     2.0
    by Nancy Stone, MA, Tulsa, Oklahoma (September).

“Licensed Professional Counseling Supervisor Training Program” – Presented             1999    20.0
    by Marcia Crutcher, LPC, Tulsa, Oklahoma (August).

“Ethics in Mental Health” – Presented by Bruce Hodson, Ph.D.,                         1999      1.0
    Tulsa, Oklahoma (July).

“Families in Transition Orientation Seminar” – Presented by                            1999            Tulsa County Bar
   Association, Tulsa, Oklahoma (May).

“The Judicial Conference” – Presented by the Department of                             1999     9.0
   Human Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma (June).

“Ethical and Legal Concerns in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Practice” at the     1999     3.0
    Issues in Mental Health, Ethics and the Law Conference – Presented by
    Dr. Bruce Hodson, Tulsa, Oklahoma (May).

“Ethical Considerations in Performing Criminal Competency Evaluations”                 1999     3.0
    at the Issues in Mental Health, Ethics and the Law Conference – Presented by
    Kathy LaFortune, J.D., Ph.D., and Curt Grundy, Ph.D., Tulsa, Oklahoma (May).

“Risk Assessment. Ethical Considerations” at the Issues in Mental Health, Ethics        1999    3.0
    and the Law Conference – Presented by Jeanne Russell, Ed.D., Tulsa, Oklahoma (May).

“Basics and Underlying Theories of Attachment” – Presented by Cathy                    1998    1.75
    Chalmers, LPC, LMFT and Debra Coombs, LCSW at the Tenth Annual International
    Conference on Attachment and Bonding. Tulsa, Oklahoma (October).

“Attachment Issues in Custody and Visitation” – Presented by Barbara Rila, Ph.D.,      1998    1.75
    at the Tenth Annual International Conference on Attachment and Bonding,
    Tulsa, Oklahoma (October).

“Myths and Misfortunes of Adoption” – Presented by Foster Cline, M.D. and              1998    1.75   Cathy Helding at the
Tenth Annual International Conference on Attachment and Bonding,
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    Tulsa, Oklahoma (October).

“Attunement and Shame in Attachment Therapy” – Presented by Daniel Hughes, Ph.D.,       1998    1.75
    at the Tenth Annual International Conference On Attachment and Bonding,
    Tulsa, Oklahoma (October).

“Creating Optimal Brain and Personality Development Through Intensive Parenting” –      1998     3.5
    Presented by Martha Welch, M.D., at the Tenth Annual International Conference
    on Attachment And Bonding, Tulsa, Oklahoma (October).

“Crisis Planning for Children and Youth with Attachment Disorder” -                     1998    1.75
    Presented by Carol Cockrill, RN, LSW at the Tenth Annual International Conference
    on Attachment and Bonding, Tulsa, Oklahoma (October).

“Family Mediation Training: How to Mediate Divorce and Other Family Members”            1998    40.0
   – 40 hour comprehensive training course Presented by James Stovall,
   Tulsa, Oklahoma (October).

“Adventures in Narrative Therapy: Treating Anxiety and Depression”-                     1998     3.0
   Presented by Dr. Zimmerman and Dr. Zondevan, Tulsa, Oklahoma (September).

“Assessing and Treating Adult Survivors and Other Victims of Violence”                  1998     6.0
    Presented by John Briere, Ph.D., Norman, Oklahoma (August).

“Treating Child Sexual Abuse Victims and Adolescent Perpetrators” –                     1998     2.0
    Presented by Barbara Bonner, Ph.D., Tulsa, Oklahoma (June).

“Therapeutic Metaphors for the Children and the Child Within” –                         1998     6.0
   Presented by Joyce Mills, Ph.D., at the Fourth Annual Play Therapy Conference,
   Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (April).

“Critical Incident Stress Debriefing” – Presented by Rogene Ashford LPC, LMFT           1998     3.0
    and Judy Kmita, LPC for Family & Children’s Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma (March).

“Court Custody Cases and the Sexually Abused Child” – Presented by                      1998     2.0
   Joan Phillips, ATR, LPC, LMFT, at the Second Annual Bethesda Alternative Conference,
   Norman, Oklahoma (February).

“Goal Oriented Treatment for Abused Children” – Presented by Russ Williams, MA        1998       2.0
   at the Second Annual Bethesda Alternative Conference, Norman, Oklahoma (February).

“Working with the Siblings of Sexually Abused Children” – Presented by Russ Williams, MA 1998    2.0
   at the Second Annual Bethesda Alternative Conference, Norman, Oklahoma (February).

“Violence, Sex and Therapeutic Healing” – Presented by Gary Sanders, M.D.               1997     5.0
    Tulsa, Oklahoma (August).

“Sexual Healing: Couples Stories of Hope” – Presented by Gary Sanders, M.D.             1997     5.0
    Tulsa, Oklahoma (August).
“Treatment of Sexual Offenders” – Presented by Margaret McPherron, Director of          1997     4.0
    Residential Treatment Program in Lexington, Oklahoma. Tulsa, Oklahoma (August).

“Recent Developments in Ethics, Law, and Clinical Practice” – Presented                 1997     3.0
   by Eric Nelson, Ph.D., Tulsa, Oklahoma (May).

“Welfare Reform in Oklahoma” – Presented by Greg Dow, Ph.D.                             1997     1.0
   Tulsa, Oklahoma (February).

“Violence in the Workplace” – Presented by Dale Woody, Tulsa, Oklahoma (April).         1997     1.0

“Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse” – Presented by Candace McCaffrey, Ph.D.               1997     5.5
    Bethesda Alternative Conference, Norman, Oklahoma (April).

“The Critical Link: Working With Mothers in Cases of Child Sexual Abuse” –              1997
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    Presented by Steve Wells, LSW, Bethesda Alternative Conference,
    Norman, Oklahoma (April).

“Play Therapy with Abuse Victims” – Presented by Lynn Roach, Ph.D.,                    1997
    Bethesda Alternative Conference, Norman, Oklahoma (April).

“Treating Attachment Disordered Children” – Presented by Beverly James, LCSW           1997   11.0
    at the Third Annual Oklahoma Play Therapy Conference, Tulsa, Oklahoma (March).

“Play Therapy Techniques” – Presented by Cheryl Wilson, LCSW at the Third Annual       1997
    Oklahoma Play Therapy Conference, Tulsa, Oklahoma (March).

“Children’s Art Therapy” – Presented by Kathy Wolfe Johnson to                         1997    2.5
    Family & Children’s Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma (January).

“Doorways of Opportunity in Parenting” – Presented by the Parenting                    1996    1.0
   Education Network, Tulsa, Oklahoma (August).

“How to Speak in Front of a Crowd” – Presented by Marilyn Shuller                      1996    1.0
   for Family & Children’s Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma (September).

“Treatment Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Sexual Behavior Problems:   1996    5.5
    Sexually Reactive Children and Adolescent Sex Offenders” – Presented by
    Barbara Bonner, Ph.D., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (December).

“Play Therapy Techniques” – Presented by Marilyn Jones-Parker, Ph.D.,                  1996    5.0
    Tulsa, Oklahoma (December).

“Treatment of Sexual Offenders” – Presented by Steve Grissom, Ph.D.                    1996    2.0
    of the Lloyd E. Rader Center, Sand Springs, Oklahoma (May).

“Cultural Diversity Training”- Presented by Children’s Medical Center,                 1996    2.0
    Tulsa, Oklahoma (July).

“Re-Authoring Young Lives: Narrative Therapy with Children and                         1996    6.0
    Adolescents” – Presented by Michael White, co-director of the
    Dulwich Centre (March).

“Re-writing Love Stories: Brief Marital Therapy” – Presented by Bill                   1995   12.0
    O-Hanlon, MS (August).

				
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