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					      Educational & Professional Background
                      Nicholas Hayes Ney, Ph.D.
                         Clinical Psychologist
                     499 Seaport Court, Suite 201
                      Redwood City, CA 94063


Education

       Stanford Alcohol Clinic, Department of Psychiatry, Stanford
        Medical Center, Stanford, CA. Post-doctoral Intern (1985-86)
       California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley, CA.
        Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Accredited by the American
        Psychological Association (1986)
       California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley, CA.
        M.A., Clinical Psychology (1982)
       Hampshire College, Amherst, MA. B.A. Cultural Anthropology
        & Creative Writing (1977)


Professional Experience

       Private Practice, Psychotherapy (1990-present)
       Supervisor, Psychological Assistants in private practice, (1993-
        present)
       Group Therapist, Medical Psychotherapy Clinic, Department of
        Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University School of
        Medicine, Stanford University, Stanford, CA. (1995-2003)
       Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor, Adjunct Clinical Faculty,
        Department of Psychiatry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
        (1997-present)
       Adjunct Clinical Instructor, Adjunct Clinical Faculty,
        Department of Psychiatry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
        (1991-1997)
       Associate, Addictions Institute, Menlo Park, CA (1990-2000)
       Contract Psychologist, Chemical Dependency Specialist, Services
        to Industry, Mid-Peninsula Family Services Agency, Palo Alto,
        CA (1990-92)
      Staff Psychologist, Stanford Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center,
       Department of Psychiatry, Stanford Medical Center, Stanford, CA.
       (1990)
      Coordinator, Structured Outpatient Program, Stanford Alcohol
       and Drug Treatment Center, Department of Psychiatry, Stanford
       Medical Center, Stanford, CA. (1986-90)
      Director, Intensive Outpatient Program, Chemical Dependency
       Institute of Northern California, Campbell, CA. (1985-86)

Teaching

      Instructor, Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, Palo Alto,
       CA Alcoholism and Chemical Dependency: Alcoholism and
       Chemical Dependence (Summer terms 1991,1992, 1993,1995,
       1997 & 1998)
  *    Instructor, University of San Francisco, School of Education,
       Masters in Counseling Psychology Program, San Francisco, CA.
       Alcoholism and Substance Abuse.( Summer, 1992 & Fall, 1992)
  *    Instructor, Department of Psychiatry, Stanford Medical School,
       Stanford, CA. Co-taught Medical Ethics class with James
       Corby, M.D.(Spring terms 1988, 1989, 1990 & 1991)

Forgiveness: Training & Teaching

      Instructor, Forgiveness: Learning How to Heal, Lutheran
       Volunteer Corp, Oakland, CA. October, 2011
      Instructor, Advancing Forgiveness in the Mediation Process,
       Antioch University Continuing Education, Seattle, WA.
       September, 2011
      Speaker, Forgiveness and 9/11: Steps Toward Healing. St.
       Cyprian Catholic Church, Sunnyvale, CA. September, 2011.
      Presenter, Sophomore College Reorientation Forum session,
       "BeWell Student Passport Program: Unwind." Stanford
       University, Stanford, CA. September, 2011.
      Instructor, Forgiveness as a Therapeutic Tool For Treating
       Clinical Disorders, UC-Berkeley Extension Continuing
       Education Workshop, Belmont, CA. July, 2011.
       Instructor, National Fallen Firefighter’s (NFFF) Survivors
        Program. Led 2 Forgiveness Workshops. San Antonio,
        Texas. May, 2011.
       Co-teacher. Forgiveness Presentations with Fred Luskin in
        Napa, CA (Fall,, 2010), Stanford University (Fall/Spring,
        2011) and Santa Clara University (Spring, 2011).
       Trainee, Forgiveness Training Workshop, Fred Luskin and
        Jed Saul. Received Forgiveness Educator Certificate.
        Montclair, New Jersey. October, 2009, March and June, 2010.

Publications

  *      Shi J, Potash JB, Knowles JA, Weissman MM, Coryell W,
Scheftner WA, Lawson WB, DePaulo JR, Gejman PV, Sanders AR, Johnson
JK, Adams P, Chaudhury S, Jancic D, Evgrafov O, Zvinyatskovstiy A,
Ertman N, Gladis M, Neimanas K, Goodell M, Hale H, Ney N, Verma R,
Mirel D, Holmans P, Levinson DF. Genome-wide association study of
recurrent early-onset major depressive disorder. In Molecular
Psychiatry, 2011; 16 (2): 193-20
 *       Brown, Stephanie, Yalom, Victor and Ney, Nicholas: Treating
Alcoholism with Stephanie Brown, Ph.D. Volume I:The
DevelopmentalModel In Action. San Francisco: Jaylen
Productions. Co-wrote screenplay.
   *      Ney, Nicholas: Our Commitment to Chemically Dependent
Psychologists. In California Psychologist, 30:9 (September),
1997, p.31

  *      Ney, Nicholas: When Being Present Is Imperiled. In California
         Psychologist, 30:1 (January),1997, p.13.

       Ney, Nicholas Hayes, Ph.D. and Cooper, Alvin, Ph.D.: Caught in
        the Web of Net Affairs. In Self Help & Psychology Magazine
               <http://www.cybertowers.com/selfhelp>. (August, 1996)
       Katz, Renee S. and Ney, Nicholas Hayes: Preventing Relapse. In
           Treating Alcoholism, Stephanie Brown, Ed., Jossey-Bass, San
        Francisco, 1995, pp. 231-276.
          Ney, Nicholas: Committee counters professional distress and
           suffering.. In California Psychologist, 28:3 (April ), 1995, p. 33


Presentations

Over 60 professional presentations and seminars in the areas of
Forgiveness, Relapse Prevention, Ethical Enigmas, Psychotherapy and
Professional practice, Dual Diagnosis, Professional Distress & Suffering,
Axis II Disorders, Conflict Resolution with Difficult Patients, ACAs and
Moral Development.

Professional Leadership

       *     Chairperson, Ad-Hoc California Psychological Association
             Committee on Substance Abuse. Palo Alto, CA (1998)
       *     Chairperson, Colleague Assistance and Support Program,
             California Psychological Association Committee. Palo Alto,
             CA (1997-99)
       *      Trustee Emeritus, Hampshire College Board of Trustees,
              Hampshire College, Amherst, MA. (1996-present)
       *      Vice Chairperson, Colleague Assistance and Support Program,
              California Psychological Association Task Force. (1992-97)
       *      Member, Stanford University Medical Center Committee on
              Ethics, Stanford, CA. (1986-90)
       *      Director, Hampshire College National Alumni Organization,
              Hampshire College, Amherst, MA.
       *      Member, Advisory Council, Community Dispute Services,
              American Arbitration Association, San Francisco, CA.
              (1981-85)
       *     Trustee, Hampshire College Board of Trustees, Hampshire
              College, Amherst, MA. (1980-84)

Awards

       *      Certificate of Proficiency in the Treatment of Alcohol and
              Other Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders. Granted by
              the Board of Governors of the APA College of Professional
              Psychology. (1996-99)
*    Member, National Directory of Who' Who in Executives and
     Professionals for 1996-97.


    References and additional information upon request

				
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