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					                                                                         Barry A. Schreier, Ph.D.
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                        Barry A. Schreier, Ph.D.
                            Counseling and Mental Health Services
                                 234 Glenbrook Road, U#2011
                                   University of Connecticut
                                    Storrs, CT 06269-2011
                               860.486.4705 FAX: 860.486.9159
                          barry@uconn.edu www.counseling.uconn.edu

EDUCATION
          Ph.D.          The University of Missouri-Kansas City (APA-Accredited)
                         Major Field: Counseling Psychology (1994)
                         Dissertation: Conceptualizing Free Will As A Belief: Validation
                                        Through Guided Imagery

          B.A.           The University of Michigan
                         Major Field: Psychology (1987)
                         Graduated Cum Laude

          Psychologist Connecticut
           Licenses    #002877

                         Indiana: Health Service Provider in Psychology
                         #200041124

                         CPQ: Certification of Professional Qualification #4129
                         Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB)

CLINICAL
2007-             DIRECTOR
Present                Counseling and Mental Health Services
                       University of Connecticut   Storrs, CT

         Articulate and implement mission, vision, and strategic plan that guide the ongoing
          transformation of department to a state-of-the art, collaborative, and integrated
          counseling center.
         Evaluate service demands and implement innovative solutions to effectively respond
          to student development, counseling, and mental health needs of a dynamic, complex,
          and culturally diverse student population.
         Maintain visible profile among students, faculty, staff, administrators, and families to
          champion a proactive community response that supports student mental health and
          well-being.
         Oversee clinical services to ensure a welcoming and professional atmosphere.
         Maintain compliance with state and federal privacy laws.
         Develop, oversee, and maintain a $2.5 million annual budget.
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       Establish protocols for response to emergencies and risk management and implement
        an on-call staff rotation.
       Maintain an individual, couples, and group clinical case load.
       Prepare departmental statistics and reports for appropriate internal and external
        review, analyze trends impacting mental health services and adopt proactive measures
        that will position the counseling center to respond to changing needs.
       Maximize available resources and advocate for emerging staff and space needs,
        including development of budget projections that enable the center to advance
        mission and strategic goals.
       Serve on health service and university committees, collaborate with internal/external
        constituents, and actively collaborate with colleagues throughout the university.
       Develop and implement strategies for an effective referral process that maximizes
        utilization of available community resources.
       Coordinate public relations and oversee comprehensive educational programming
        efforts directed at students, faculty, staff, administrators, and families.
       Ensure all staff and treatments subscribe to highest standards for quality of care
        among university counseling centers and uphold all state licensure requirements.
       Recruit, hire, and supervise a multicultural and interdisciplinary clinical and
        administrative staff equipped to serve students.
       Conduct staff performance appraisals and design appropriate training and
        professional development initiatives.
       Support staff development and model participation in professional associations and
        contribute to the national dialogue addressing evolving student mental health needs.
       Direct regularly scheduled staff meetings and case management review to foster
        communication and collaboration, enhance treatment, support ongoing training and
        development, and cultivate a culture of creative problem-solving.
       Foster an environment that is multiculturally aware, sensitive, and skilled.


1996-          COORDINATOR OF TRAINING & STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST
2007               Counseling And Psychological Services
                   Purdue University   West Lafayette, IN

       Established, developed, coordinated, and implemented APA-Accredited Pre-Doctoral
        Internship in Professional Psychology; coordinated APA-accreditation and re-
        accreditation processes, and promote and market program; led training team, provided
        annual accountability reporting to external agencies for accreditation, coordinated
        annual intern selection; provided clinical supervision; presented seminars (topics
        include: multiculturalism; clinical ethics; gay, lesbian, bisexual issues; ethics; gender
        identity issues; brief therapy models; DSM-IV).

       Provided individual and couples brief model and long-term counseling; provided
        weekly assessment, intake, referral, and crisis intervention; led weekly interpersonal
        process therapy and GLBTQ support groups; administered and interpreted personality
        and interest testing.
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       Developed, coordinated, and implemented clinical training program for three to four
        half-time doctoral/master’s level graduate clinicians, provided supervision, and
        supervision of supervision.

       Developed and conducted university wide outreach programming and consultation.
       Had faculty appointment with Department of Educational Studies providing
        instruction for Counseling Psychology Departmental clinical practicums.

       Designed and administered website for counseling center.
       Served as residence hall liaison; serve on university committees and task forces; and
        served as Faculty Advisor and trainer to campus gay/lesbian/bisexual/trans/queer Ally
        program.


1994-          STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST
1996                Personal Assessment/Counseling Services
                    Auburn University Auburn, AL

                Provided individual and couples brief model and long-term counseling;
        provided weekly assessment, intake, referral, and crisis intervention; led GLB therapy
        and support groups; administered and interpreted personality and career testing;
        developed and implemented clinical training program for nine half-time doctoral level
        graduate clinicians and supervised three doctoral level clinicians; developed,
        conducted, and evaluated university wide outreach programming activities; developed
        liaison system and served as liaison between counseling center and residence hall
        association; taught undergraduate level classes; developed and administered computer
        based clinical evaluation systems; conducted research on programming on gay,
        lesbian, bisexual issues; and served as faculty advisor to Auburn Gay & Lesbian
        Student Association and founded and was founder and Co-Coordinator of Auburn
        Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual Caucus.


1992-          PSYCHOLOGY INTERN (APA-Accredited)
1993                University Counseling Service
                    The University of Iowa        Iowa City, IA

                Provided individual and couples brief model and long-term counseling; co-led
        general therapy group and encounter group; provided weekly assessment, intake and
        referral; provided crisis intervention; supervised doctoral level practicum student;
        administered and interpreted intelligence, personality, and career testing; completed
        external rotation at University of Iowa Health Service conducting assessments for
        drug and alcohol treatment; developed and conducted outreach programming on
        biphobia/homophobia and heterosexism; and served on intern search committee.
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1990-            GRADUATE STAFF COUNSELOR
1992                 Community Counseling Service               Kansas City, MO

                   Provided individual brief and long-term counseling; supervised master’s and
          doctoral level psychology and marriage and family students; conducted intakes;
          developed and administered program providing counseling to involuntary clients
          from municipal court; developed agency computer bookkeeping and file systems;
          participated in client staffings; and administered intelligence, personality, and career
          testing.

1991-            HIV TEST COUNSELOR
1992                  Kansas City Free Health Clinic            Kansas City, MO

                  Provided anonymous pre- and post-test counseling; monitored and assessed
          state and federal guidelines concerning anonymous HIV testing; maintained case files
          to meet agency, state, and federal governmental requirements; facilitated networking
          and referral to medical, emotional, and social support agencies; and participated in
          weekly staff trainings.


ADMINSTRATIVE/LEADERSHIP
2004-            PRESIDENT
2006                  Association of Counseling Training Agencies (ACCTA)

                Provided leadership, using “servant leadership model,” to the largest single
                 constituency group of pre-doctoral psychology internships in the United States
                 and Canada with 150+ member institutions housed within college and
                 university counseling services.
                Managed +$250K annual budget.
                Directed 15-member Board of Directors to carry on daily organizational
                 activities.
                Served as Liaison to national Boards in Psychology Education and Training:
                 APA Division 17, Council of Chairs of Training Councils, Association of
                 Psychology Post-Doctoral and Internship Centers, and Council of Counseling
                 Psychology Training Programs.
                Provided leadership for annual national conference.
                Served on Board of Directors since 1997.

SUPERVISION
2007-            CLINICAL SUPERVISOR
Present               Counseling and Mental Health Services
                      University of Connecticut   Storrs, CT

                  Supervise half-time doctoral and master’s level students in psychology and
          social work; developed modules for comprehensive training program; provide on-call
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        crisis support and intervention; review and critique video and live work samples;
        monitor case notes, assessments, and treatment plans; coordinate supervision with and
        provide evaluation of progress to academic departments.

1996-          CLINICAL SUPERVISOR
2007                Counseling And Psychological Services
                    Purdue University   West Lafayette, IN

                 Supervised full-time pre-doctoral interns and half-time doctoral and master’s
        level students; developed modules for comprehensive training program; provided on-
        call crisis support and intervention; reviewed and critiqued video and live work
        samples; monitored case notes, assessments, and treatment plans; coordinated
        supervision with and provide evaluation of progress to academic departments.

1994-          CLINICAL SUPERVISOR
1996                Personal Assessment/Counseling Services
                    Auburn University Auburn, AL

                Supervised half-time doctoral level graduate clinicians; conducted in-service
        trainings for nine half-time doctoral level graduate clinicians; developed modules for
        comprehensive training program; provided on-call crisis support and intervention;
        reviewed and critiqued video and live work samples; monitored case notes,
        assessments, and treatment plans; coordinated supervision with and provided
        evaluation of progress to academic departments.

1993           CLINICAL SUPERVISOR
                    The University of Iowa Counseling Center
                    Iowa City, IA

                Supervised doctoral level practicum student; reviewed and critiqued audio,
        video, and live work samples; monitored case notes, assessments, and treatment
        plans; and provided evaluation of progress.

1992           CLINICAL SUPERVISOR
                    The University of Missouri-Kansas City
                    Kansas City, MO

                Developed curriculum content for and taught master’s practicum students
        (class topics included: conceptualization, process models, ethical dilemmas,
        multicultural issues, case note writing, counseling theory formulation, and conducting
        intake assessments); provided ongoing scheduled and live supervision; reviewed and
        critiqued audio and video tapes, and provided semester evaluations.
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TEACHING
2007-
Present          FACULTY
                     Department of Higher Education and Student Affairs (HESA)
                     University of Connecticut   Storrs, CT

                  Designed curriculum content, evaluation system, lectured, and provided in-
          class experiential opportunities for Masters-level students in counseling skills and
          interpersonal competence.


1999-            FACULTY
2006                 Department of Counseling & Development: Group & Individual Practicum
                     Purdue University   West Lafayette, IN

                  Designed curriculum content, evaluation system, lectured, and provided in-
          class experiential opportunities for Masters- and Doctoral-level students to learn,
          through practice, psychotherapy skills in individual and group counseling.

1996-            INSTRUCTOR, LIFE SKILLS CLASS
1999                  Purdue University West Lafayette, IN

                   Designed course content, evaluation system, and lectured on topics related to
          the first year student athlete experiences at college. Topics included: time-
          management; transition from home to school; meeting others, managing drug and
          alcohol use; sexually transmitted diseases; rape; cognitive strategies for coping with
          stress, and so on.

1995             INSTRUCTOR, AUBURN EXPERIENCE CLASS
                      Auburn University Auburn, AL

                   Designed course content, evaluation system, and lectured on topics related to
          the first year student experiences at college. Topics included: study skills, multi-
          cultural issues, understanding and using the university system, choosing a major,
          health issues, and so on.

1992             INSTRUCTOR, ACADEMIC SKILLS SEMINARS
                      The University of Iowa Iowa City, IA

                  Lectured on academic and study skills to undergraduate students on academic
          probation; facilitated weekly class meetings; and provided evaluation to Liberal Arts
          Office.

1989-            GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT
1990                 The University of Missouri-Kansas City            Kansas City, MO
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              Theories & Methods
             Taught beginning counseling skills using role-play model; wrote and
              delivered lectures on current psycho-therapy methods and theories; and
              evaluated student readiness for practicum.
              Group Process
             Taught clinical seminar on group dynamics and process; served as group
              facilitator for a “leaderless group” model setting; and provided evaluation on
              student progress.



PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING EXPERTISE
      Intelligence
       Wechsler Adult Intelligence Test-3; Wechsler Intelligence Scale For Children-3;
       Bender-Gestalt

      Personality
       Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2; Millon Clinical Multiaxial
       Inventory-3; Rorschach (Klopfer System); Thematic Apperception Test; Children’s
       Apperception Test; Draw-A-Person Test; Myers-Briggs Type Indicator; Sentence
       Completion Test; Beck Depression Inventory

      Career
       Strong Interest Inventory; Vocational Preference Inventory; SIGI+


OUTREACH AND PROGRAMMING
   Group Therapy Systems and Practice
         o Workshop Presented to the Counseling Centers at
                Grand Valley State University; University of California-Davis;
                  University of Buffalo; University of Texas-El Paso; Sacred Heart
                  University; Fairfield University; and University of Massachusetts-
                  Dartmouth
   Working With Transgendered Clients
         o Workshops Presented to the Counseling Centers a
                The Worcester Consortium, Bowling Green State University, George
                  Washington University, University of California-Davis; Wright State
                  University, University of Notre Dame, and University of Akron.
   The Last Time I Committed Suicide: Recognition and Prevention
   Mediation Skills: Resolving Conflicts in the Residence Hall
   Same Sex Sexual Harassment 101
   Understanding ISM’s
   Mediating Roommate Conflicts: A Guide for Resident Advisors
   It’s Hard Even Getting Out of Bed: Recognizing and Surviving Depression
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     Coming Out of The Closet: How to Start Living as Someone Who is Gay, Lesbian,
      or Bisexual
     Graduation: Oh My God, Now What?!
     Using Basic Listening Skills to Assist Peer Educators
     Using Humor in Personnel Management and The Work Place
     Getting What You Want and Still Being Nice: Learning to Be Assertive
     Sex, Drugs, and Alcohol: The Risk of Getting AIDS
     Biphobia/Homophobia and Heterosexism
     What to Look For and What To Do: When a Resident is Depressed and Suicidal
     Interpreting Your Strong Interest Inventory
     AIDS: Communicating With Your Partner About Safer Sexual Practices
     Group Dynamics and Group Communication



PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS & OFFICES
     Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD)
                 Board of Directors                  (2009-Present)
                 Member                              (2006-Present)

     Association of Counseling Center Training Agencies (ACCTA)
                 Board of Directors                 (1997-2000)
                 Secretary                          (2000-2003)
                 President-Elect                    (2003-2004)
                 President                          (2004-2006)
                 Past-President                     (2006-2007)

     Association of Psychology Post-Doctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC)
                 Member                              (1996-2007)
                 Board of Directors                  (2006-2007)

     American Psychological Association, Division 44: Society for the Psychological
      Study of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Issues
                 Membership Co-Chair                 (2005-2008)

     American Psychological Association (APA)
                Site Visit Chair and Site Visitor     (2002-Present)

     Section on Counseling Centers, Society for Counseling Psychology
                 Division 17 of the American Psychological Association,
                   Communications Officer             (2003-2004)

     Society for Counseling Psychology               (1996-Present)
                  Division 17 of the American Psychological Association
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      The Counseling Psychologist
                 Editorial Board Member                     (2005-2008 & 2009-2012)
                 Ad Hoc Reviewer                            (2004-Current)

      Professional Psychology: Research and Practice
                  Ad Hoc Reviewer                    (2000-Present)

      The American College Personnel Association
                 Commission VII Directorate                 (1995-1999)


PUBLICATIONS
Cornish, J.A., Schreier, B.A., Nadkarni, L.I., Henderson Metzger, L., and Rodolfa, E. (2010).
       Handbook of Multicultural Counseling Competencies. New York: Wiley.

Schreier, B.A. and Lassiter, K. (2010). Sexual Orientation. In Handbook of
       Multicultural Counseling Competencies. J.A. Cornish, B.A. Schreier, L.I. Nadkarni,
       L. Henderson Metzger, and E.R. Rodolfa (Eds.). New York: Wiley.

Cerulli, T.R., Girard, K.A., Schreier, B.A., and Doghramji, P.P. (2009). Diagnosis of
        bipolar disorder and schizophrenia: Challenges in the college student population.
        College Health Advisor, 1(3), 1-20.

Williams, L.B., Schreier, B.A., and Wilson, C.M. (2009). Student leaders struggling: When
       the best and the brightest need help. Student Affairs Leader, 37(2), 1-5.

Brent, M.E., Erickson Cornish, J.A., Leslie-Toogood, A., Nadkarni, L.I., and Schreier, B.A.
       (2006). College student mental health and special populations: Diversity on campus.
       In S.A. Benton & S.L. Benton (Eds.), College Student Mental Health (pp. 213-232.).
       Washington, D.C.: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.

Schreier, B.A., and Cornish, J.E. (2005). Practicum and internship. In M.B. Madson,
       L.K. Chapman, N.L. Wood-Barcalow, & C. Willliams-Nickelson (Eds.),
       Succeeding in Practicum (pp. 83-90). Washington, D.C.: American
       Psychological Association.

Schreier, B.A., Herman, M., Illfelder-Kaye, J., & Baker, J. (2005). The Fair Labor
       Standards Act: Its impact on psychology training programs. Association of
       Postdoctoral and Internship Centers Newsletter, 30(1), 1-10.

Schreier, B.A., Davis, D., & Rodolfa, E. (2004). Diversity based psychology with
       lesbian, gay, and bisexual patients: Clinical and training issues-practical actions.
       Board of Psychology, 12, 1-13.

Schreier, B.A. (2002). A new coming out: Counseling with the transgendered.
       Association of Postdoctoral and Internship Centers Newsletter, 27(1), 14-16.
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Schreier, B.A., & Werden, D.L. (2000). Psychoeducational programming: Creating a
       context of mental health for people who are lesbian, gay, or bisexual. In R. M.
       Perez, K.A. Debord, & K.J. Bieschke (Eds.), Handbook of Counseling and
       Psychotherapy With Lesbian, Gay , and Bisexual Clients (pp. 359-382).
       Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Schreier, B.A. (1998). Of shoes, and ships, and sealing wax: The faulty and specious
       assumptions of reorientation therapies. Journal of Mental Health Counseling,
       20(4), 305-314.

Schreier, B.A. (Director), & Smithka, B. (Producer). (1998). Purdue University student
       services: Going the extra mile [Film]. (Available from the Purdue University
       Research Foundation, West Lafayette, IN 47907).

Schreier, B.A., & Thummel, H.R. (1998). Adult pets of divorced owners (APDOs): A
       three-stage conceptualization of the emotional effects of owner divorce on pets.
       The Journal of Polymorphous Perversity, 14(2), 17-22.

Schreier, B.A. (1997). Talking about my generation: Responding to bisexual and
       transgendered student identities. Commission VII: Counseling and Psychological
       Services, 24(2), 4-5.

Schreier, B.A., & Bialk, S.E. (1997). Marketing an educational programming workshop
       series: An effective model and plan. Journal of College Student Development,
       38(1), 89-91.

Schreier, B.A. (1995). Stress management and loneliness. In D.S. Connor & W.D.
       Huguley (Eds.), The Auburn Experience (pp. 120-128). Dubuque, IA:
       Kendall/Hunt Publishers.

Schreier, B.A. (1995). Moving beyond tolerance: A new paradigm for programming
       about homophobia/ biphobia and heterosexism. Journal of College Student
       Development, 36(1), 19-26.

Schreier, B.A., & Stadler, H. (1992). Research participants, institutional review boards,
       and psychologists: Differing perspectives. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 74,
       1067-1072.

Stadler, H., Hezel, L., & Schreier, B.A. (1992). The University of Missouri-Kansas City
        social sciences institutional review board guidebook. Kansas City, MO: The
        University of Missouri-Kansas City.

Schreier, B.A., & Thummel, H.R. (1992). A phrenologists guide to effective therapeutic
       intervention in the psychotherapy setting: The pipe method. In G.C. Ellenbogen
       (Ed.), Freudulent encounters for the Jung at heart. New York: Wry-Bred Press.
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Schreier, B.A., & Thummel, H.R. (1992). A phrenologists guide to effective therapeutic
       intervention in the psychotherapy setting: The pipe method. The Journal of
       Polymorphous Perversity, 8(2), 12-14.


Schreier, B.A., Gibson, C., & Griggs, P. (1989). Autism: Planning and providing autism
       related services: Emerging themes in a sixteen state region. DD Network News,
       3(1), 1-3.

Rinck, C., Titinger, J., Denman, N., Thummel, H.R., Kisubi, A., & Schreier, B.A. (1989).
       Preliminary results of the Missouri consumer survey: Regional analysis. Submitted
       to the Missouri Planning Council for Developmental Disabilities and State Regional
       Coordinators.


CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Schreier, B.A. (2011, May). Accountability and Transparency: How to Easily Cull Data to
       Inform Yourselves and Others of All You Do! Invited program presented at the
       University of Connecticut Assessment Conference, Storrs, CT.

Schreier, B.A. (2011, April). Let’s make one thing perfectly queer: Responding clinically,
       ethically, and socially to the transgender community. Invited workshop for the New
       Jersey Psychological Association Spring Conference, Iseline, NJ.

Schreier, B.A. and Henderson-Metzger, L. (2010, November). The pragmatics of developing
       multicultural competency. Studentsaffair.com Webinars.

Schreier, B.A. (2010, March). Innovations in college counseling 2009-2010: Suicide
       prevention initiative. Program presented at the ACPA Annual Conference, Boston,
       MA.

Gunn, C., and Schreier, B.A. (2009, October). Gender queer on campus: Working with
      transgender students. Program presented at the Association of University and College
      Counseling Center Directors Annual Conference, Asheville, NC.

Williams, L.B., Schreier, B.A., and Wilson, C.M. (2009, August). Student leaders
       struggling: When the best and brightest need help. Magna Online Seminars.

Schreier, B.A. (2009, May). Don’t worry, be AAPI: Applying for internships. Workshop
       presented for the New Jersey Psychological Association, New Brunswick, NJ.

Keilin, G., Schreier, B.A, and Taylor, K. (2007, April). Workshop for new training directors.
        Workshop presented at the biannual Association of Psychology Post-Doctoral and
        Internship Centers, San Diego, CA.
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Campbell, L., Madson, M.B., and Schreier, B.A. (2006, August). Tips for Practicum
     Success. Program presented at the Annual American Psychological Association
     Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Neufeldt, S., Nelson, M.L., and Schreier, B.A. (2006, August). When I feel failure:
       Working with difficult supervisees. Program presented at the Annual American
       Psychological Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Schreier, B.A. & Hays, V. L. (October, 2004). But I have gay friends! Is no longer good
       enough-Ethical and clinical guidelines for working with clients who are gay,
       lesbian, bi, or queer! Program presented at the Association of Counseling Center
       Training Agencies Annual Conference, Jacksonville, FL.

Schreier, B.A. (2003, November). The role of psychology in the GLBTQ civil rights
       movement. Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors, New
       Orleans, LA.

Boatwright, K.J., Vera, E.M, and Schreier, B.A. (2003, August). Developing meaningful
      mentoring relationships: Personal and professional reflections. American
      Psychological Association Conference, Toronto, ON, CA.

Schreier, B.A. (2003, April). Queerly Quintessential: Training in Gay, Lesbian, Bi, and
       Trans Issues and Concerns. Paper presented at the Association of Psychology
       Postdoctoral and Internship Centers Conference, Orlando, FL.

Schreier, B.A. and Stock-Ward, S. (2003, February). University and college counseling
       center job search strategies. Program presented at the Big Ten Counseling Centers
       Conference, Columbus, OH.

Hays, V.L. and Schreier, B.A. (2002, September). Transgendered students and student
       affairs: Counseling centers at the intersection. Program presented at the Conference
       on Diversity Issues, Champaign, IL.

Schreier, B.A. and Levin, J.J. (2002, February). Experiential explorations of transgender
       issues and concerns for university and college counseling centers. Program presented
       at Big Ten University Counseling Center Conference, Iowa City, IA.

Schreier, B.A and Levin, J.J. (2001, October). Something queer is going on here:
       Experiential explorations of GLBT training. Program presented at the Association of
       Counseling Center Training Agencies Annual Conference,
       Oxnard, CA.

Schreier, B.A., Andrasi, P., Bossi, E.B., Jarvis, P., and Brunner, A. (2001, April).
       Apprenticeship/mentoring processes and enactments in practitioner training models.
       Paper presented at the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral
       and Internship Centers Conference, New Orleans, LA.
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Schreier, B.A., Gehlert, K., and Zanardelli, G. (2001, February). University and college
       counseling center job search strategies. Program presented at the Big Ten Counseling
       Centers Conference, Bloomington, IN.

Brunner, A., Andrasi, P., Bossi, E.B., Jarvis, P., and Schreier, B.A. (2000, September).
      Apprenticeship/mentoring training model revisited: Supporting, broadening, and
      enacting our understanding. Program presented at the Association of Counseling
      Center Training Agencies annual conference, Wintergreen, VA.

Schreier, B.A. (1999). Working with people who are gay, lesbian, or bisexual. Program
       presented at the Leadership Conference, West Lafayette, IN.

Schreier, B.A. & Mok. T. (1999, February). University and college counseling center job
       search strategies. Program presented at the Big Ten Counseling Centers
       Conference, Evanston, IL.

Schreier, B.A. (1999, February). Advocacy for people who are gay, lesbian, or bisexual.
       Invited program presented at the Indiana Counseling Association Annual Conference,
       Indianapolis, IN.

Schreier, B.A. (1998, June). Including sexual orientation into municipality human
       relations ordinances. Program presented at the 25th Annual Indiana Consortium on
       State and Local Human Rights Agencies. Fort Wayne, IN.

Navarro, J., Schreier, B. A., & Johnston, W. (1997, July). "Law Enforcement and
      School/Community Partnerships to Prevent Hate Crimes: What Works?" Program
      presented at the Conference on Preventing Hate Crimes: A Multidisciplinary
      Community-Wide Approach. Chicago, IL.

Schreier, B.A. (1997, April). The academic/socio-personal issues of students who are
       Gay, Lesbian, or Bisexual. Program presented at the National Academic Advisors
       Association Annual Midwestern Conference. West Lafayette, IN.

Schreier, B.A., & Tescher, B. (1997, March). Accessing emotions: Improving
       psychoeducational programming on homophobic/biphobic attitudes and heterosexist
       beliefs. Commission VII sponsored paper presented at the
       Annual American College Personnel Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Schreier, B.A. (1996, March). Have Less? Do More! Marketing University Counseling
       Center Services. Paper presented at the Annual American College Personnel
       Association Convention, Baltimore, MD.

Schreier, B.A. (1994, October). Gay, Lesbian, or Bisexual people in academics. Paper
       presented at the Fourth Annual Out and Equal in the 90’s Conference, National Gay
       and Lesbian Task Force, Denver, CO.
                                                                    Barry A. Schreier, Ph.D.
                                                                                  Vita p. 14
Schreier, B.A. (1994, June). Poppers to Pina Coladas: Drug and alcohol abuse in the
       Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual communities. Program presented at the National Peer
       Educators Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Schreier, B.A., & McNeilly, C. (1993, February). Moving beyond tolerance: A new
       approach to programming about bi/homophobia and heterosexism in the residence
       halls. Paper presented at the Big Ten Counseling Centers Conference, Urbana-
       Champaign, IL.

Schreier, B.A., & Luker, R. (1988). Recall differences between audio, visual, and audio-
       visual content in music. Paper presented at the International Communication
       Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Schreier, B.A., & Gaskill, B. (1988). Musical benchmarks: The influence of music
       video on the recall of personal events. Paper presented at the Missouri
       Psychological Association Spring Convention, St. Louis, MO.

Luker, R., & Schreier, B.A. (1986). Have you seen any good songs lately: The impact of
       MTV on social benchmarks. Paper presented at the Association for Education in
       Journalism and Mass Communication, Norman, OK.


AWARDS & GRANTS
      Active Minds National Advisor of the Year Award (2009)

      American Psychological Association Board of Educational Affairs Block Grant
                                                 $1500.00 (2005)
      Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD)
       Diversity Mentor Scholarship               $1000.00 (2005)

      Purdue Individual Professional Development Grant $500.00 (2005)
      The University of Missouri-Kansas City: Vice-Chancellor’s Non-Resident
       Scholarship Award (1987-1993)
      Graduate Research Award from the University of Missouri-Kansas City (1989)

      The Missouri Psychological Association and Psi Chi Award for Graduate Research
       (1988)
      University of Michigan Psychology Department Alumni Fund Award for Outstanding
       Undergraduate Research (1986)


RESEARCH WORK
1993          RESEARCH AND PROGRAMMING SEPCIALIST
                                                                          Barry A. Schreier, Ph.D.
                                                                                        Vita p. 15
                         Midwest Bioethics Center       Kansas City, MO

                  Directed research and programming in the area of ethics involved with mental
          health and medical care. Projects included: (1) study surveying Kansas residents on
          values and perceptions of health care reform; (2) seminars and workshops on: mental
          health and clinical ethics; presumed consent policies in organ transplantation; and
          ethics related to multiculturalism and health care access; and (3) research on the
          ethics of testing and engineering for biological markers in people who are gay,
          lesbian, or bisexual.

1990-            GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT
1992                 The University of Missouri-Kansas City Social Sciences
                     Institutional Review Board Kansas City, MO

                  Developed and wrote manual which serves as university-wide guide for using
          the Institutional Review Board and understanding federal ethical guidelines for
          research with human participants; attended Board proceedings; developed and kept
          Board records; and monitored and assessed federal ethics guidelines.


1989-            RESEARCH AND STATISTICAL CONSULTANT
1990             Midwest Bioethics Center Kansas City, MO

                 Consulted on a project surveying 2000 Missouri residents regarding their
          perceptions of state health care services. Provided consultation on: instrument
          development, statistical analyses of data, interpreting results, and report writing.

1987-            RESEARCH ASSISTANT
1989                  The Institute For Human Development               Kansas City, MO

                  Provided literature review, hypotheses development, instrument creation, data
          collection, data coding, statistical analyses, and report writing on various projects:
          (1) service provision coordination to individuals with autism; (2) psychotropic
          medication tracking systems for individuals with mental retardation and secondary
          psychiatric diagnoses; (3) respite care program development for parents of children
          with mental retardation and developmental disabilities.


COMMUNITY ACTIVITY
1995-            Bridge Partners
Present
                 Owner and Senior Consultant: Created and consult for private consulting
          firm. BRIDGE PARTNERS is a private programming and consultation firm which
          provides consultation, programming, outreach, training, and networking regarding the
          various social, political, interpersonal, and psychological issues related to people who
                                                                       Barry A. Schreier, Ph.D.
                                                                                     Vita p. 16
        are Gay, Lesbian, Bi, Transgendered, and Queer. BRIDGE PARTNERS consults
        with universities, businesses, and municipalities.

        Organizations to Whom BRIDGE PARTNERS has Consulted:
         Seton Hall University Department of Counseling Psychology
         Auburn University Counseling Center
         Bowling Green State University
         Butler University Counseling Center
         City of Lafayette Housing Authority
         Cornell College
         City of Dayton, OH Psychological Association
         George Washington University Counseling Center
         Indiana Counselors Association
         Indiana State University Diversity Resource Office
         Luther College
         National Association of Peer Educators
         National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
         Teikyo St. Ambrose College, Physical Therapy Department
         Texas A & M University Counseling Center
         University of California-Davis
         University of Iowa Counseling Center & Residence Halls
         University of Missouri-Kansas City Medical School
         University of Notre Dame Counseling Center
         Wright State University School of Professional Psychology

1998-          One Size Fits All Improv
2007           www.OneSizeFitsAllImprov.com

                Owner, Director, and Actor: Created an improvisational comedy
        troupe. ONE SIZE FITS ALL IMPROV performs regularly at two local venues as
        well as performs at private engagements. ONE SIZE FITS ALL IMPROV is the
        longest running comedy show in Lafayette, IN history.

1996-          Citizens for Civil Rights
2007           www.nlci.com/ccr

                Founding member, Secretary, and Media Chair: Organization developed
        to ensure human rights of all individuals living and working in the Lafayette-West
        Lafayette, IN community, especially for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered,
        intersexed individuals and to defend against all forms of discrimination.

1994-          The Lee County AIDS Outreach (Now:       East Alabama AIDS Outreach)
1996                 Auburn, AL

               Direct Service Chairperson
               Coordinated all clinical services of five county rural AIDS service
                                                                       Barry A. Schreier, Ph.D.
                                                                                     Vita p. 17
        organization; supervised full-time social work case manager; managed clinical
        service budget; conducted bi-quarterly service provider trainings; facilitated service
        provider support group; and reported monthly to Board of Directors.

1993           The Names Project AIDS Quilt
               Iowa City, IA

               Co-Chair of Education Committee: Coordinated educational programming on
        the AIDS Quilt, AIDS and HIV, and safer sex practices for the University of Iowa
        and the Iowa City community.

1990-          The Good Samaritan AIDS Project
1992           Kansas City, MO

                  Consultant: Provided process facilitation for intensive volunteer training
                   weekends; gave on-site instruction regarding group dynamics to volunteer
                   group facilitators.

                  Speaker’s Bureau: Presented to groups ranging from 10 to 100 on: safer
                   sex practices, etiology of HIV and AIDS, and counseling people living
                   with AIDS and significant others of people living with AIDS.

                  One-on-One Buddy Companionship to persons living with AIDS.


PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS
       Biphobia/Homophobia and Heterosexism
       Research and Psychotherapy Ethics
       Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Queer Issues
       Process Oriented Supervision
       Humor and Psychology
       Safer Sex Practices
       Transgender Issues
       AIDS Issues
       Leadership
       Training
       Comedy

				
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