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					                                             Curriculum Vitae
                                         L. Dennison Reed, Psy.D.
                                           Licensed Psychologist
                                4710 NW Boca Raton Blvd. (NW 2nd Ave.), Suite 104
                                          Boca Raton, Florida 33431

                                         Palm Beach County Ph: (561) 445-3193
                                         Broward County Ph:        (954) 427-8883
                                                  Fax: (954) 427-3813
                                          Email: dennisonreed@bellsouth.net
                                            Web site: www.denreed.com


                                              TABLE OF CONTENTS

Education and Employment History ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2

Military Service---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3

Marital and Family Status-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3

Presentations by Dr. Reed ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4

Publications by Dr. Reed -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9

Honors, Task Forces, Editorial Review Boards and Other Professional Distinctions --------- 10

Seminars Attended ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12

               Child Abuse, Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence & Other Trauma ----------------- 12

               Forensic Psychology and Legal & Ethical Issues --------------------------------------- 19

               Child Custody Examinations, Family Mediation, Marital & Family Therapy ------- 21

              Treatment of Childhood Disorders----------------------------------------------------------- 22

               Psychopharmacology------------------------------------------------------------------------------------22

              Treatment of Substance Abuse ------------------------------------------------------------------- 23

               Clinical Hypnosis & Psychoneuroimmunology ------------------------------------------------ 24

               General Psychological Assessment & Treatment ---------------------------------------25

Professional Memberships and Associations------------------------------------------------------------ 27

Expert Witness Testimony and Forensic Consultation ------------------------------------------------ 28


                                                                                                               03/04/10 edition
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                                            EDUCATION

1982             Nova Southeastern University, Doctor of Psychology (Psy. D).

1978             Nova Southeastern University, MS with honors. Major in Counseling Psychology.

1974             Florida Atlantic University, BA with honors. Major in Psychology.


                                       EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

8/84 - Present                 Clinical and Forensic Psychologist in Private Practice. Areas of
                               specialization and emphasis include:
                               ♦ The evaluation and treatment of victims (adults and children) of
                                 physical, sexual and emotional abuse and other traumatic events.
                               ♦ Forensic psychology: perform psychological examinations and/or
                                 serve as a consultant in: family court cases (e.g., child custody);
                                 personal injury cases (e.g., psychological injury relating to
                                 traumatic events; dependency court cases (e.g., termination of
                                 parental rights); criminal court cases. Frequently, these cases
                                 involve known or suspected child abuse (e.g., physical, sexual or
                                 emotional abuse)
                               ♦ Substance abuse treatment.

1/93 - Present                 Adjunct Professor - Nova Southeastern University: Instructor for
                               doctoral-level courses relating to assessing cases of suspected child
                               sexual abuse and treating sexually abused children.

3/86 - 6/87                    Team Psychologist for the Child Protection Team (CPT) of Broward
                               County, Florida. Served as psychological consultant in complex and
                               severe cases of child abuse. Clinically supervised psychological
                               associates in the performance of psychological evaluations and
                               investigative play therapy. Lectured to various professional
                               organizations on topics relating to child abuse prevention and
                               intervention.

12/82 - 8/84                   Director - Broward County Court Psychology Department: Clinically
                               supervised five court psychologists in performing court-ordered
                               psychological assessments in cases of physical, sexual and emotional
                               child abuse, child neglect, juvenile delinquency, and custody/visitation
                               disputes. Performed psychological assessments in such cases and
                               served as an expert witness. Coordinated and provided staff training,
                               recruited practicum students, prepared department budget, supervised
                               research efforts, wrote grant proposals regarding services affecting
                               juveniles, and served as a child abuse consultant to the courts, to HRS
                               and to the Guardian Ad Litem program.
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                             MILITARY SERVICE

1966-1972       United States Marine Corps Reserve (USMC). NCO. Served in
                Combat Engineer unit and Air Naval Gunfire Liaison (ANGLICO) unit



                       MARITAL AND FAMILY STATUS

1968- present   Married to Kathleen Reed. There are two adult children from
                the marriage and we have four grandchildren.

8/76 - 6/78      House parent: Served as primary caretaker for my two children
                (beginning when my son was 3 months old and my daughter was 6
                years old) while my wife worked full-time during the day and I attended
                graduate school in the evenings. Although this does not technically
                qualify as "gainful" employment, I gained a great deal in terms of
                learning the importance of love, discipline, communication and
                responsibility in the development of a healthy child. This experience
                has also made me more understanding of the stresses of parenthood
                and of parents' conflicts with the changing nature of roles in our
                society.
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                             PRESENTATIONS BY DR. REED



Sept. 22, 2009           Enhancing the Reliability, Admissibility, and Perceived Credibility of
                                 s
                         Children’ Statements Made During Videotaped Forensic Interviews.
                         American Bar Association. Washington, DC.

Sept. 4, 2009            Conducting Legally Defensible and Developmentally Appropriate
                         Forensic Interviews in Child Sexual Abuse Cases. United for
                         Families. Port Saint Lucie, Florida

July 10, 2009            Mandatory Reporting of Child Sexual Abuse. Florida Psychological
                         Association's Annual Convention. Palm Beach, Florida

June 12, 2009            What Every Psychological Should Know About Child Sexual Abuse.
                         Palm Chapter, Florida Psychological Association. Boca Raton,
                         Florida

March 31, 2009                                                s
                         Enhancing the Reliability of Children’ Statements During
                         Videotaped Forensic Interviews. American Bar Association. Denver

August 24, 2007          The Dynamics of Child Sexual Abuse. Training for Guardians ad
                                                                             s
                         Litem and Attorneys ad Litem, as required by Florida’
                         Keeping Children Safe Statute. West Palm Beach, Florida.

March 31-April 1, 2005   Investigating Straightforward & Complex Cases of Child Sexual
                         Abuse. Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Joining Forces
                         Conference: Polk County Sex Abuse Task Force, Winter
                         Haven, Florida

March 10, 2005           Investigating & Prosecuting Child Sexual Abuse Cases Involving
                                                              s                   s
                         Recanting Children. National Children’ Advocacy Center’ Twenty-
                         first National Symposium on Child Abuse. Huntsville, Alabama

July 21, 2004            Questions Investigators Should Avoid Asking Children. Annual
                         Conference of the Florida Sex Crimes Investigators Association.
                         Orlando

July 21, 2004            Proven Techniques for Eliciting More Accurate and More Detailed
                         Information from Children. Annual Conference of the Florida Sex
                         Crimes Investigators Association. Orlando
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May 25, 2004        Prosecuting Child Sexual Abuse Cases Involving Recanting Victims.
                    State Attorneys Office. Ft. Lauderdale

May 11-14, 2004     Investigating Child Sexual Abuse Cases & Interviewing Suspected
                    Victims. Arkansas State Police. Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage.
                    Little Rock, Arkansas

March 17, 2004      Investigating Child Sexual Abuse Cases Involving Non-Disclosing
                                                s                 s
                    Children. National Children’ Advocacy Center’ Twentieth National
                    Symposium on Child Abuse. Huntsville, Alabama

Sept. 16-18, 2003   Investigating Straightforward & Complex Child Sexual Abuse Cases:
                    Seminole County Child Protection Conference. Sponsored by Kids
                                                           s
                    House and the Seminole County Sheriff’ Dept. Co-presenter: Lt.
                    Rick Cage. Sanford, FL

July 24, 2003       Investigating Child Sexual Abuse Cases Involving Non-Disclosing
                                       s
                    Children. APSAC’ 11th Annual Symposium. Co-presenter: Lt. Rick
                    Cage. Orlando.

June 9-13, 2003     US Army: Advanced Training in Forensic Interviewing of Suspected
                    Victims of Child Sexual Abuse. Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Fort
                    Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas.

May 6-10, 2003      APSAC Forensic Interview Clinic. Ann Arbor, Michigan

April 15-18, 2003   Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators. Intensive
                    four-day training for law enforcement and Child Protective
                    Investigators. Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Tallahassee.

March 18-21, 2003   Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                    Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Wildwood, Florida.

March 12, 2003      Investigating Child Sexual Abuse Cases Involving Non-Disclosing
                                                s                 s
                    Children. National Children’ Advocacy Center’ Nineteenth National
                    Symposium on Child Abuse. Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage.
                    Huntsville, Alabama.

Feb. 18-21, 2003    Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                    Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Ft. Lauderdale.

Jan. 14-17, 2003    Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                    Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Lakeland, Florida.
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Dec. 6, 2002            What Every Guardian Ad Litem Should Know About Incest. Training
                               s
                        for GAL’ representing children who are victims of incest. West Palm
                        Beach, Florida.

Nov. 19-22, 2002        Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                        Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Orlando, Florida.

December 4-7, 2001      Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                        Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Oct. 8-11, 2002         Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                        Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Marathon, Florida Keys.

June 24-28, 2002        Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                        Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Miami, Florida.

May 31, 2002            Investigation of Child Sexual Abuse Cases Involving Non-Disclosing
                        Children— Parts I and II. Tenth Annual Colloquium of the American
                        Professional Society on the Abuse of Children. Co-presenter: Lt.
                        Rick Cage. New Orleans.

April 9-12, 2002        Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                        Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Jacksonville, Florida.

March 5-8, 2002         Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                        Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Gainesville, Florida.

February 18, 2002       Evaluating Evidence in Child Sexual Abuse Cases. For the Office of
                        the Attorney General. Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

September 13-16, 2001   Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                        Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Orlando, Florida.

August 14-17, 2001      Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                        Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Ft. Myers, Florida.

August 10, 2001         Identifying Normal and Problematic Sexual Behaviors in Children.
                        Sponsored by the Florida Association for the Treatment of Sexual
                        Abusers. Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

July 17-20, 2001        Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                        Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Pensacola.

June 19-22, 2001        Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                        Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Tallahassee.
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May 15-18, 2001           Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                          Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Jacksonville, Florida.

April 24-27, 2001         Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators.
                          Co-presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Tampa, Florida.

March 27-30, 2001         Advanced Training for Child Sexual Abuse Investigators. Co-
                          presenter: Lt. Rick Cage. Delray Beach, Florida.

September 15, 2000        Assessing Cases of Suspected Child Sexual Abuse. Full-day training
                          for mental health professionals. Sponsored by the Society for
                          Trauma-based Disorders. Hollywood, Florida.

November 8-11, 1999       Investigation of Child Sexual Abuse Cases. Fort Lauderdale.

October 20, 1999                   s
                          Children’ Suggestibility and Memory: Implications for Assessing and
                          Investigating Child Sexual Abuse Cases. Presentation for judges,
                          mental health professionals, and investigators. Third Annual Broken
                          Boundaries Conference. Providence, Rhode Island.

Sept. 30 & Oct. 1, 1999   Performing Legally Defensible and Developmentally Appropriate
                          Interviews of Children in Child Sexual Abuse Cases. Two-day
                          presentation for law enforcement, child protective services,
                          prosecutors and child interviewer specialists. Sponsored by the
                                                s
                          Philadelphia Children’ Advocacy Center. Philadelphia.

Jun e 18, 1 999                    s
                          Children’ Suggestibility and Implications for Conducting Forensic
                          Interviews. A full-day presentation for the Child Protection Team of
                          West Palm Beach, Florida.

May 17-20, 1999           Florida College of Advanced Judicial Studies: Adjudication of Cases
                          Involving Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse. Co-presenters: Anna
                          Salter, Ph.D., Judge Kathleen Kearney, and Lt. Rick Cage. Orlando.

April-May, 1999           Training for Investigative Interviewers in Cases of Suspected Child
                          Sexual Abuse. A four-day comprehensive training presented to the
                          Child Protection Team of Broward County and the Sexual Assault
                          Treatment Center. Fort Lauderdale.

April 19, 1999            Introduction to Investigative Interviewing in Cases of Suspected
                          Child Sexual Abuse. Presentation for DCF and Broward Sheriffs
                          Office. Ft. Lauderdale.
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June 18, 1998      Interviewing Young Children in Cases of Suspected Sexual Abuse.
                   Third Annual Florida Sexual Abuse Treatment Conference. Deerfield
                   Beach, Florida.

May 19-22, 1998    Florida College of Advanced Judicial Studies: Adjudication of Cases
                   Involving Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse. Four-day advanced
                   training for judges. Co-presenters: Judge Kathleen Kearney, Lt. Rick
                   Cage and Anna Salter, Ph.D. Orlando.

October 1, 1997    The Psychological Impact on Children Who Witness Domestic
                   Violence. Domestic Violence Awareness Conference. Sponsored by
                                                     s
                   the Broward County State Attorney’ Office. Fort Lauderdale.

June 21, 1997      Investigation and Interviewing of Young Children in Cases of
                                                           s
                   Suspected Child Sexual Abuse. APSAC’ 5th National Colloquium.
                   Miami Beach.

June 13, 1997                                  s
                   Findings Regarding Children’ Suggestibility: Implications for
                   Interviewing and Assessing Possible Victims of Child Sexual Abuse.
                   The 20th Annual Conference of the Florida Network of Victim-
                   Witness Services. Fort Lauderdale.

May 19-23, 1997    Florida College of Advanced Judicial Studies: Adjudication of Cases
                   Involving Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse. Orlando.

October 16, 1996   Debunking Common Myths Associated with Child Sexual Abuse
                   Allegations. Florida Department of Law Enforcement/Guardian Ad
                   Litem Annual Conference. Fort Lauderdale.

           25,
October 11– 1996   Advanced Training for Child Interview Specialists. Presented to
                   HOMESAFE of Palm Beach County.

June 28, 1996      Anticipating the Leading Interview Defense in the Performance of
                   Forensic Interviews with Children. APSAC's 4th National Colloquium.
                   Chicago.

October 20, 1995   Interviewing Young Children in Cases of Suspected Child Sexual
                   Abuse. Police Academy, Fort Lauderdale.

May - July 1995    Investigation and Prosecution of Child Sexual Abuse Cases.
                   Presented to the Child Abuse/Sex Crimes Unit of the Broward
                   County State Attorneys Office. Fort Lauderdale
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Sept.23, 1994       The "False Memory Syndrome" Controversy. Children's Services
                    Council of Palm Beach County. Palm Beach, Florida.

Nov. 18, 1993       Mandated Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect by Mental Health
                    Professionals. Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) and
                    the National Association of Social Workers. Ft. Lauderdale.

Feb. & March 1992   Investigating Cases of Child Sexual Abuse. A four-day training
                    presented to law enforcement, HRS investigators, and others
                    involved in forensic interviewing of children. Children's Services
                    Council of Palm Beach County. Palm Beach, Florida.

December 3, 1991    Training in Investigating Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse. Florida.
                    Department of Law Enforcement. Hollywood, Florida.

Nov. 7 & 8, 1991    Advanced Training in Interviewing Child Sexual Abuse Victims.
                    Co-presenter, Lt. Rick Cage. Police Academy, Fort Lauderdale.

Sept.22-25, 1991    Adjudicating Cases of Child Sexual Abuse: Maximizing the Reliability
                    of Children's Testimony and Minimizing Their Trauma. Annual
                    Education Meeting of the Florida Conference of Circuit Court
                    Judges. Co-presenters: Judge Kathleen Kearney and Law Professor
                    Charles Ehrhardt (FSU). Fort Lauderdale.

June 28, 1991       Advanced Training In Child Sexual Abuse Investigation. Broward
                    County Child Abuse Coordination Committee. Fort Lauderdale.
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                                 PUBLICATIONS BY DR. REED


♦ Child Sexual Abuse Investigation: Trainer’ Guide and Participant Handouts (submitted
                                                 s
  in 2001). Editor and contributing author. Training manual for investigating child sexual abuse
  cases. Prepared for the Florida Department of Children and Families.


♦ Findings from Research on Children's Suggestibility and Implications for Conducting
  Child Interviews, published in Child Maltreatment, Vol. 1, No. 2, May 1996.


♦ The South Carolina Bar's Resource Manual for Attorneys Representing Children in
  Court (1995), contributing author. Chapter topics include: the dynamics and effects of child
  sexual abuse; factors affecting children's testimony; "legal process trauma"; preparing children
  to testify during depositions and in open court; adapting the courtroom to the child witness;
  myths and misconceptions about child sexual abuse; and the reliability of children's testimony.
                                                     s
  These chapters were adopted from In the Children’ Best Interests, listed below.


♦ The Investigation of Child Sexual Abuse: An Interdisciplinary Consensus Statement -
  Invited Commentary, published in The Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, Vol. 3, (4), 1994.


♦ Do People Actually ‘  Forget’Traumatic Events Such As Being Sexually Abused As A
  Child? Published in the Newsletter of the Florida Chapter of the American Professional
  Society on the Abuse of Children, Vol. 1 (3), 1994.


♦ Memory, Suggestibility and Implications for Therapists Working with ‘     Possible’Adult
  Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse, published in the Newsletter of the Florida Chapter of the
  American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, Vol. 1 (2), 1994.


♦ Enhancing Children's Resistance to Misleading Questions During Forensic Interviews,
  published in the ADVISOR, Vol. 6, #2, Summer, 1993, by the American Professional Society on
  the Abuse of Children.


♦ In the Children's Best Interests (1991). Contributing author. This publication serves as a
                              s
  training manual for Florida’ Pro Bono Attorneys and Guardians ad Litem representing children
  involved in the court system.
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                    HONORS, TASK FORCES, EDITORIAL REVIEW BOARDS
                        AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL DISTINCTIONS

Honors:

♦   Dr. Reed received national recognition by the American Professional Society on the Abuse of
    Children (APSAC) for "exceptional efforts to enhance America's response to child
    maltreatment".

♦   Dr. Reed was honored by the Sexual Assault Treatment Center of Broward County,Florida for
    his expertise and work on behalf of sexually abused children.

♦   Dr. Reed was recognized by the State of Florida Guardian ad Litem Program for his dedication
    to the best interests of abused and neglected children and for his contributions to In the
            s
    Children’ Best Interest, a training manual for attorneys and guardians ad litem. Dr. Reed also
    serves as a Guardian ad Litem in Palm Beach County, Florida.

♦   Dr. Reed was commended by the Florida Supreme Court for outstanding service to the Court.

♦   Dr. Reed was recognized by the "HANDY" Program (which assists abused, neglected and
    dependent youths) for his support to the abused and neglected children of Broward County,
    Florida.


“Finding Words” Advisory Panel: Dr. Reed serves on the Advisory Panel for Finding Words, an
intensive national training program for those who perform forensic interviews of children who are
suspected victims of sexual abuse. Others serving on the Advisory Panel include: Barbara Boat,
Ph.D.; Lt. Rick Cage; Stephen Ceci, Ph.D.; David Corwin, M.D.; Tom Lyon, J.D., Ph.D.; and Erna
Olafson, Ph.D.

APSAC Task Force on Forensic Interviewing: Dr. Reed served on APSAC's National Task Force
for the Development of Guidelines for Investigative Interviewing of Children in cases of Suspected
Sexual Abuse.

Faculty Member, Florida College of Advanced Judicial Studies: Dr. Reed hasprovided
intensive training to Circuit Court judges pertaining to the adjudication of child sexual abuse cases.

Member of Editorial Review Board: Dr. Reed served on the editorial review board of The Journal
of Child Maltreatment.

Founding President, Florida Chapter of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of
Children: Dr. Reed was the founding President of Florida Chapter of the American Professional
Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) and served as President from 1993-1997. APSAC
a multidisciplinary professional organization devoted to the prevention of child abuse and to
                   s
enhancing society’ response to child maltreatment.
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Beta tester for the “                                      :
                       Child Sexual Behavior Inventory” In 1997, Dr. Reed was retained by
Psychological Assessment Resources to field-test the Child Sexual Behavior Inventory (CSBI)
before it was released to the professional community. The CSBI is an instrument designed to assist
in the assessment of sexualized behaviors exhibited by children suspected of being sexually
abused. Dr. William Friedrich of the Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, considered the foremost authority on
normal and abnormal sexual behavior in children, developed this instrument.

Grant Allocation Recipient: In 1984, Dr. Reed was allocated a "Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
Prevention" grant to provide comprehensive therapeutic services to families in which children were
physically abused. The "Family Reunification Program" was a model program designed by Dr.
Reed with the cooperation of the Kempe National Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child
Abuse. The purpose of this program was to attempt to rehabilitate and safely reunite families who
had been temporarily separated by the courts due to the occurrence of relatively severe physical
child abuse.
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                                     SEMINARS ATTENDED
                Child Abuse, Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence and Other Trauma


March 15, 2008              Domestic Violence. Lenore Walker, Ph.D. Boca Raton, Florida

Feb. 1-2, 2008              Reconsidering Trauma: Treatment Advances, Relational Issues &
                            Mindfulness in Integrated Trauma Therapy. John Briere, Ph.D.
                            Orlando

April 22-23, 2006           Sexual Victimization of Children: A Behavioral Analysis. Ken
                            Lanning, MS, F.B.I. (ret.). Ft. Lauderdale

May 5-7, 2005               The Art of EMDR: Patterns of Resolution. Roger Solomon, Ph.D.
                            Tampa, FL

April 2, 2005                Issues in Risk Assessment of Sex Offenders in Community-based
                            Treatment; Developmentally Delayed Sex Offenders; and
                            Domestic Violence Risk Assessment in Sexual Abuse. Sponsored
                            by the Florida Chapter of ATSA. Tampa

March 10, 2005              When Sexual Abuse is the Least of Their Problems: Multiple
                            Victimization Among Children and Adolescents. Ben Saunders,
                            Ph.D. 21st National Symposium on Child Abuse. Huntsville, AL

Dec. 4, 2004                Managing Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Clinical Practice.
                            Patricia Resick, Ph.D. Ft. Lauderdale

Jan. 16-18, 2004            Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Basic
                            Training— Part Two. Gerald Puk, Ph.D. In-depth training in
                            EMDR, which has proven to be one of most effective treatments
                            for PTSD. Phoenix, AZ

Nov. 14, 2003               Understanding Child Physical Abuse and The Evaluation of
                            (Physical) Abuse Risk. Joel Milner, Ph.D. Ft. Lauderdale

Nov. 15, 2002               Abuse Survivors Who Become Sex Offenders. Judith Becker,
                            Ph.D. Ft. Lauderdale.

Nov. 8 & 9, 2002            Profiling and Crime Analysis: Homicides, Sex Crimes and Other
                            Crimes of Violence. Greg McCrary, M.S., FBI Special Agent
                            (Retired). Ft. Lauderdale.

Oct. 17, 2002               The Link Between Human and Animal Violence. Robert
                            Lockwood, American Humane Society, and Broward Sheriffs
                            Office. Ft. Lauderdale
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Feb. 28, 2002                                            s
                   Preserving the Reliability of Children’ Testimony: An Update on
                   Cognitive and Social Considerations in Taking Statements from
                   Children. Stephen Ceci, Ph.D. Tampa.

Feb. 22, 2002      Advances in Treating Complex Psychological Trauma and PTSD.
                   John Briere, Ph.D. Fort Lauderdale.

Feb. 21, 2002      Animal Cruelty And Its Relationship To Domestic Violence. Lt. Sherry
                   Schlueter. Fort Lauderdale.

Feb. 21, 2002      Suicidal Victims of Domestic Violence. Susan Brown, M.P.S.
                   Fort Lauderdale.

July 13-15, 2000   The Eighth National Colloquium of the American Professional Society
                   on the Abuse of Children.
                   • Guidelines for the Treatment of Trauma in Child Victims. Lucy
                        Berliner, MSW and Judith Cohen, Ph.D.
                   • Implications and Techniques of Modern Trauma Theory. John
                        Briere, Ph. D.
                   • Cooperative Investigation of Child Maltreatment. Brian
                        Holmgren, JD, Lt. Mike Johnson, Lt. Rick Cage.
                   • Defending Against Suggestibility Challenges to the
                       Investigative Interview. Tom Lyon, JD, Ph.D. and Brian
                       Holmgren, JD
                   ♦ A Critical Review of Interview Protocols Recommended for
                       Investigation of Child Sexual Abuse. Kathleen Faller, Ph.D.
                   ♦ Treatment of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder for Children.
                       Judith Cohen, Ph.D. and Ester Deblinger, Ph.D.

June 3-5, 1999      The Seventh National Colloquium of the American Professional
                   Society on the Abuse of Children. Presentations by national authorities
                   on child abuse were attended including:
                   ♦ Risk & Recovery from Child Sexual Abuse: Current Research
                       and Implications for Practice. Veronica Abney, MSW &
                       Linda Williams, Ph.D.
                   ♦ Expert testimony. Paul Stern, JD and Ben Saunders, PhD
                   ♦ Art and Science of Forensic Interviewing. Mark Everson, PhD
                       and Kathleen Faller, PhD
                   ♦ Cyber pedophiles: A behavioral perspective. Ken Lanning, FBI
                   ♦ Defense-proofing child abuse interviews. Patricia Toth, JD.

June 18-19, 1998   Third Annual Florida Sexual Abuse Treatment Conference.
                   Presentations relating to deception among sex offenders, methods for
                   assessing risk among sex offenders, and treatment of sex offenders
                   were addressed by national authorities including Anna Salter, Ph.D.
                   and Richard Laws, Ph.D. Deerfield Beach, Florida.
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Oct. 10-11, 1997      Fourteenth Annual Association for Play Therapy International
                      Conference. Presentations by Eliana Gil, Ph.D. and other
                      renowned authorities on play therapy and other therapeutic
                      modalities for children and families. Orlando, Florida
June 18-21, 1997      The Fifth National Colloquium of the American Professional Society on
                      the Abuse of Children (APSAC). Miami.

June 26-29, 1996      The Fourth National Colloquium of the American Professional Society
                      on the Abuse of Children (APSAC). Chicago. Multiple presentations
                      were attended including:

                      ♦ The Art and Science of Forensic Interviewing. Kathleen Faller,
                        Ph.D., and Tom Lyon, JD.
                      ♦ Techniques for Interviewing Alleged Victims of Child Sexual Abuse.
                        Kathleen Sternberg, Ph.D.
                      ♦ Treatment of Behavior Problems in Young Abused Children. Cheryl
                        McNeil, Ph.D. and Anthony Urquiza, Ph.D.

April 12-14, 1996     Aggression and Abuse: Clinical and Legal Issues, Sixth Annual
                      Symposium: Mental Health and the Law. Including presentations by
                      Lenore Walker, Ph.D.; J. Reid Meloy, Ph.D.; Donald Bersoff, Ph.D.,
                      JD; Joel Milner, Ph.D.; and David Shapiro, Ph.D. Fort Lauderdale.

March 8, 1996         Treatment of Adults with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: A
                      Cognitive-behavioral Approach. Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D. Fort
                      Lauderdale.

January 11-12, 1996   Psychotherapy for Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Colin Ross,
                      M.D. and Christine Courtois, Ph.D. Topics included long term sequelae
                      of childhood sexual abuse, complex post-traumatic stress disorder and
                      Dissociative Identity Disorder; Psychotherapeutic techniques and
                      cognitive therapy for survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Ft.
                      Lauderdale.

July 11, 1995         Advanced Forensic Interviewing and Multi-disciplinary Team
                      Intervention in Child Sexual Abuse Cases. Lt. Rick Cage. Crime
                      scene investigation, evidence collection, and strategies for
                      interviewing children and interrogating suspects were discussed.
                      Cocoa Beach, Florida.

June 7-10, 1995       The Third National Colloquium of the American Professional Society
                      on the Abuse of Children. Tucson, Arizona. Multiple presentations
                      were attended including:

                      ♦ The "Backlash" in Perspective: Phases of Social Movements.
                        David Finkelhor, Ph.D.
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                     ♦ The "Abuse Excuse": Limits of the Child Abuse Defense.
                       Presented by John Myers, JD, Jon Conte, Ph.D. and Jacqueline
                       Campbell, R.N., Ph.D.
                     ♦ Treatment of Abuse Survivors. Intensive, all-day seminar by John
                       Briere, Ph.D.
                     ♦ Treatment of Behavior Problems in Children. Intensive, all-day
                       seminar. Barbara Bonner, Ph.D., Cheryl McNeil, Ph.D. and
                       Anthony Urquiza, Ph.D.

April 9, 1995        Ethical and Therapeutic Issues in Treating Juvenile Sex Offenders.
                     Judith Becker, Ph.D. Presented in conjunction with the Ethical,
                     Therapeutic and Legal Issues in Mental Health program. Ft.
                     Lauderdale.

October 28, 1994     Assessment and Treatment of Juvenile Sex Offenders. Judith Becker,
                     Ph.D. West Palm Beach.

May 4-7, 1994        The Second National Colloquium of the American Professional Society
                     on the Abuse of Children. Cambridge, Massachusetts. Intensive, day-
                     long seminars were attended including:

                      ♦ The Later Stages of Treatment with Incest Families. Benjamin
                         Saunders, Ph.D. and Mary Meinig, M.S.W.
                      ♦ The Art and Science of Forensic Interviewing of Children. Mark
                         Everson, Ph.D. and Kathleen Coulborn Faller, Ph.D.

Feb. 19, 1994        Treating Traumatized Children and Their Families. Eliana Gil, Ph.D.
                     Ft. Myers, Florida.

Feb. 7-9, 1994       Treatment of Perpetrators and Victims of Child Sexual Abuse. Three
                     intensive, daylong seminars were attended in Ft. Lauderdale including:

                     ♦ Adolescent and Adult Sex Offenders. Nicholas Groth, Ph.D.
                     ♦ Therapy for Child Victims, Sexualized Children and Children Who
                       Molest. Eliana Gil, Ph.D.
                     ♦ Treatment of Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse. Eliana Gil, Ph.D.

Jan. 14 & 15, 1994   Contemporary Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder. Richard
                     Lowenstein, M.D., Coral Gables, Florida.

Oct. 28 & 29, 1993   Evaluation and Treatment of True and False Sex Abuse. Richard
                     Gardner, M.D. Orlando.

June 25 & 26, 1993   The First National Colloquium of the American Professional Society on
                     the Abuse of Children. Chicago. Intensive, day-long seminars were
                     attended including:
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                    ♦ Therapy with Physical and Sexual Child Abuse Victims. Esther
                      Deblinger, Ph.D. and Eliana Gil, Ph.D.
                    ♦ State of the Art Forensic Interviewing of Children. Karen Saywitz,
                      Ph.D. and Mark Ellis, JD


Jan. 29, 1993       Beyond the Basics: Treating Survivors of Childhood Abuse. Katherine
                    Steele, R.N., M.N.,C.S. Ft. Lauderdale.


Nov. 23, 1992       Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: The Counselors Guide to Victim
                    Recovery. Raymond Flannery, Jr., Ph.D., Department of Psychiatry,
                    Harvard Medical School. Dania, Florida.

Nov. 6 & 7, 1992    Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Francine Shapiro,
                    Ph.D. discussed EMDR, a technique she developed for rapidly
                    accessing traumatic memories and treating victims of trauma. San
                    Jose, California.

Sept.29, 1992       Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity. Patrick Carnes, Ph.D. and Mark
                    Schwartz, Sc.D. Ft. Lauderdale.

April 24-26, 1992    The Law and Children's Mental Health. Karen Saywitz, Ph.D.,
                    Josephine Bulkley, Esq., Diane Shetky, M.D. and other mental health
                    and legal experts discussed issues relating to children's competence,
                    interviewing children, child custody, forensic evaluations, and child
                    abuse. Ft. Lauderdale.

March 20, 1992      Dissociative States: Multiple Personality and Other Trauma-Related
                    Disorders. Bessel van der Kolk, M.D. Miami.

Jan 22-25, 1992     The San Diego Conference on Responding to Child Maltreatment. A
                    faculty of child abuse experts from around the world lectured on a
                    variety of topics including:

                    ♦ False Allegations of Child Abuse: How Can We Tell? David
                      Corwin, M.D
                    ♦ Assessing the Accuracy of Delayed Memories. Roland Summit,
                      M.D
                    ♦ Treatment of Sexually Abused Children. Lucy Berliner, M.S.W.
                      Julie Lipovsky, M.S.W.
                    ♦ Prosecution of Sexual Abuse Cases Involving Severely
                      Traumatized Young Children. Susan Kelley, Ph.D. and Mary
                      Avery, JD.

Nov. 7 & 8, 1991    Advanced Training in Interviewing Child Sexual Abuse Victims.
                    Lt. Rick Cage. Ft. Lauderdale.
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March 20-23, 1991   Seventh National Symposium on Child Sexual Abuse. Huntsville,
                    Alabama. Among the seminars attended were the following:

                     ♦ Advanced Training in Investigating and Interviewing in Cases of
                        Alleged Child Sexual Abuse. Kenneth Lanning, MS Behavioral
                         Science Unit, FBI, Mark Everson, Ph.D. Barbara Bonner, Ph.D.,
                        Lucy Berliner, M.S.W. and Jon Conte, Ph.D.
                     ♦ Advanced Training in the Psychotherapeutic Treatment of
                        Traumatized Children, Sexually Abused Children, Non-offending
                        Parents, and Adults Molested as Children. Beverly James, Linda
                        Blick, L.C.S.W. and John Briere, Ph.D.
                     ♦ Recent Research in Child Sexual Abuse. Linda Williams, Ph.D.
                         and Jon Conte, Ph.D.
                     ♦ Legal Implications of Interviewing Sexually Abused Children .John
                         Myers, JD.

Jan. 11-12, 1991    The Treatment of Multiple Personality Disorders Roberta Sachs, Ph.D.
                    Miami.

Oct. 5, 1990        Treating Victims of Sexual Abuse. Suzanne Sgroi, M.D. Ft.
                    Lauderdale.

Oct. 11-15, 1989     Basic Training for Child Abuse Prosecutors. A multi-disciplinary faculty
                    of child abuse experts, including legal scholars, physicians, attorneys,
                    judges, law enforcement officers, and mental health professionals,
                    discussed topics relating to the investigation and prosecution of child
                    abuse cases. Leesburgh, Virginia.

March 16-18, 1989   Interviewing and Assessment Techniques in Child Sexual Abuse
                    Cases. Drs. David Raskin, Max Stellar and Tascha Boychuk presented
                    an intensive seminar on Statement Validity Analysis, a method
                    developed in Germany for assessing the credibility of children’  s
                    allegations of sexual abuse. Miami.

May 1, 1987         Differentiating Between Bona Fide and Fabricated Allegations of Child
                    Sexual Abuse. Richard Gardner, M.D. Ft. Lauderdale.

Oct. 9-10, 1986     Intervention In Child Sexual Abuse: Advanced Training For
                    Professional Working With Victims And Offenders. Suzanne Sgroi,
                    M.D. and Nicholas Groth, Ph.D. Orlando.

May 14-17, 1986      Fourth National Conference on the Sexual Abuse of Children. Roland
                    Summit, M.D., James Garbarino, Ph.D., Jon Conte, Ph.D., David
                    Lloyd, JD, David Finkelhor, Ph.D. and many other distinguished child
                    abuse experts. New Orleans.
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May 28-31, 1985        Family Violence Conference. Lucy Berliner, A.C.S.W., Steve Bavolec,
                       Ph.D., Anne Ganley, Ph.D. Miami.

Oct. 1 984-Apr. 1985   Clinical Training: Outpatient Sex Offender Program. Seth Krieger,
                       Ph.D. and James Vigorito, Ph.D. Broward County, Florida.

May 22-25, 1984        Thirteenth Annual National Child Abuse and Neglect Symposium.
                       Child abuse authorities from around the world including Drs. David
                       Jones, Gail Goodman, and Richard Gelles. Boulder.

Jan. 19-20, 1984       Child Sexual Abuse. Assessment and treatment of victims and
                       offenders presented by Nick Groth, Ph.D. Miami, Florida.

Oct. 24-28, 1983       Interdisciplinary Rape Science Training Institute. Dorothy Hicks, M.D.,
                       Director Miami.

June 27-28, 1983       The Victim of Sexual Assault - Nick Groth, Ph.D., and Ann Burgess,
                       R.N., D.N.Sc. Orlando.
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                                  SEMINARS ATTENDED
                      Forensic Psychology and Legal and Ethical Issues
        (Also see Child Sexual Abuse section & Child Custody Examinations section)


March 15, 2008           Professional Ethics & Florida Laws and Rules. David Shapiro,
                         Ph.D. Boca Raton, Florida

March 15, 2008           Medical Errors Prevention. David Shapiro, Ph.D. & Lenore
                         Walker, Ph.D. Boca Raton, Florida

June 1, 2007             Forensic Applications of the MMPI-2. Roger Greene, Ph.D. Ft.
                         Lauderdale.

May 30, 2007             Assessments and Interviews of Child Examinees in Personal Injury,
                         Family Law/Custody, and Child Sexual Abuse. Stuart Greenberg,
                         Ph.D. Ft. Lauderdale.

April 13, 2007           Intersection of Therapy with the Legal (Family Court) System.
                         Denise Rappaport Issacs, Esq. Boca Raton, Florida.

Aug. 19, 2005            Analysis and Assessment of Statement Reliability. Witness
                         statement reliability, false memories, child hearsay & Crawford,
                         defendants’false confessions. Sherri Bourg Carter, Psy.D. and
                         Michael Brannon, Psy.D. Ft. Lauderdale

July 16, 2005            Advanced Topics in Forensic Assessment. David Shapiro,
                         Ph.D. FPA Summer Convention. Palm Beach, FL

April 16, 2005           Personal Injury Evaluations. Stuart Greenberg, Ph.D. Sponsored
                         by American Academy of Forensic Psychology. St. Petersburg, FL

April 15, 2005           Ethical Issues for the Forensic Practitioner. Donald Bersoff, J.D.,
                         Ph.D. Sponsored by the AAFP. St. Petersburg, FL

February 19, 2000        Ethics, Laws and Professionalism. Robert Woody, Ph.D., J.D. Miami.

March 13-15, 1998        Malingering and Deception: Clinical and Legal Issues. Richard
                         Rogers, Ph.D., Elizabeth Loftus, Ph.D. and other nationally recognized
                         authorities addressed techniques for assessing malingering and
                         deception in court-referred clients. Miami.

Nov. 8, 1996             Ethical and Legal Issues for Florida Mental Health Practitioners.
                         Robert Woody, JD, Ph.D. Fort Lauderdale.

January 23,1996          1995 Family Law Update: Barbara Beilly, Esq.
                         The Association of Broward County Mediators. Fort Lauderdale.
                                                                               Page 21 of 29




April 7-9, 1995     Ethical, Therapeutic and Legal Issues in Mental Health. Fourteen
                    distinguished faculty including Charles Patrick Ewing, Ph.D., JD, Stan
                    Brodsky, Ph.D., Bruce Salas, Ph.D., C. Slobogin, Ph.D., Judith Becker,
                    Ph.D. and Achenbauch presented on topics including professional
                    ethics in cases of sexual abuse, domestic violence and custody
                    disputes. Ft. Lauderdale.

April 23-25, 1993   Personal Injury Litigation and Expert Testimony. This conference
                    included presentations and mock trials addressing post-traumatic
                    stress disorder and other injuries, detection of Malingering,
                    assessment in personal injury cases, and the various roles of the
                    Expert Witness Psychologist in such cases. Presenters included;
                    Theodore Blau, Ph.D., David Faust, Ph.D. and the Honorable John
                    Frusciante, JD. Ft. Lauderdale.

April 16-18, 1993   Psychological and Psychiatric Testimony in Court. Miami. Seminars
                    relating to forensic assessment and expert witness testimony were
                    attended including the following:
                    ♦ The Limits of Expert Testimony: Challenging the Use of
                         Psychological Testing in Court and Challenging the Forensic
                         Report. Jay Ziskin, Ph.D., LL.B.
                    ♦ False Allegations in Child Sexual Abuse; Expert Testimony
                         Regarding Child Custody Determinations; and Juvenile
                         Delinquency. Kathleen Quinn, M.D.
                    ♦ The Clinical Interview and Psychological Testing in Court.
                         Theodore Blau, Ph.D.

Dec. 6, 1991        The Role of the Expert Witness in Child Sexual Abuse Cases. Stanley
                    Brodsky, Ph.D. Sponsored by the Florida Department of Law
                    Enforcement. Hollywood, Florida.

Oct. 22-28,1983     Psychology and the Lawyer. David Rothberg, Ph.D. and Roy Black,
                    Esq., discussed court-related psychological assessment and expert
                    witness strategies. Miami.
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                                 SEMINARS ATTENDED
           Child Custody Examinations, Family Mediation, Marital & Family Therapy



June 18, 2007             Parenting Coordination: Helping High Conflict Parents Resolve
                          Disputes. High conflict parents; impact of parental conflict on
                          children; parental alienation; and specialized interventions for
                          high conflict parents. Joan Kelly, Ph.D. Chicago.

May 30, 2007               Assessments and Interviews of Child Examinees in Personal Injury,
                          Family Law/Custody, and Child Sexual Abuse. Stuart Greenberg,
                          Ph.D. Ft. Lauderdale.

April 13, 2007            Intersection of Therapy with the Legal System. Denise Rappaport
                          Issacs, Esq. Boca Raton, Florida.

July 16, 2005             Love, Marriage & Parenting After Divorce and in
                          Stepfamilies. James Bray, Ph.D. FPA Summer Convention. Palm
                          Beach, FL

Nov. 12-13, 2004         Florida Association of Family & Conciliation Courts 4 th Annual
                         Conference: Best Interests Revisited. Tampa

Oct. 16, 2003             Imago Therapy: Marriage as Therapy. Harville Hendrix, Ph.D. Marco
                          Island, FL

March 21, 1997            The Good Marriage. Judith Wallerstein, Ph.D.

Oct. 14-16
& Oct. 21-23, 1994        Family Mediation Certification Training Program
                          Aileen Hubert, ACSW, LCSW, LMFT and Geraldine Waxman, JD
                          Fort Lauderdale.

May 23-26, 1991           Annual Conference of the Florida Association for Marriage and Family
                          Therapy. Nationally recognized marriage and family therapists,
                          including Michele Weiner-Davis, presented on topics including
                          “Solution-Oriented Brief Therapy”and "Lessons for Therapists from
                          Survivors of Family Tragedy, Trauma, and Holocaust." Palm Beach,
                          Florida.
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                                     SEMINARS ATTENDED
                                Treatment of Childhood Disorders1


Sept. 12, 2003         Parental Empowerment: Helping Parents with Challenging Children.
                       Matthew Johnson, Psy.D. Ft. Lauderdale

May 1, 1987            Therapeutic Techniques. Richard Gardner, M.D Ft. Lauderdale

March, 1984            Effective Treatments for Children's Psychological Disorders.
                       Charles Schaefer, Ph.D. Miami.

Apr.15, 1983          Cognitive Behavior Modification. Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D. Miami

March 4, 1983          The Antisocial Difficult-To-Control Adolescent. Stanton Samenow, Ph.D.
                       Miami.




                                      SEMINARS ATTENDED
                                      Psychopharmacology


July 15, 2005          Psychopharmacological & Psychological Bases and Treatment of
                       Depression. Lazaro Garcia, Ph.D.


July 15, 2005          Children and Psychopharmacological Interventions. Lenore
                       Walker, Ed.D. FPA Summer Convention. Palm Beach, FL




1
    Also see section relating to treatment of child abuse/trauma-related disorders
                                                                                  Page 24 of 29

                                  SEMINARS ATTENDED
                   Treatment for Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency


May 11, 1989       Cocaine Update: The Dynamics of Dual Diagnosis Treatment.
                   Cardwell Nuckols, M.Ed. Jensen Beach, Florida.

Apr. 14-16, 1988   National Cocaine Conference. Numerous experts in the field of
                   addiction, including Arnold Washton, G. Douglas Talbot, C.C. Nuckols,
                   and others discussed clinical advances in treatment, recovery, and
                   relapse prevention pertinent to cocaine addiction and poly-drug
                   addiction. Orlando.

Feb.24, 1988       Taking Care of Business: A New Approach to Cocaine Treatment.
                   Presented by Sheldon Greenberg, M.D., a renowned expert in treating
                   cocaine abuse. Relapse prevention, motivating strategies, dual
                   diagnosis and other pertinent topics were discussed. Fort Lauderdale.

June 13-14, 1987   Innovative Outpatient Treatment for Substance Abuse. Presented
                   bythe co-founder and national Clinical Director of New Horizons
                   specialized treatment program for cocaine dependency. Current
                   research about the efficacy of various approaches to treating cocaine
                   dependency was discussed. Innovative and effective therapeutic
                   approaches were demonstrated and practiced. Fort Lauderdale.

Apr. 9-12, 1987    Southeast Conference on Addictions. Nationally recognized experts in
                   the treatment of Alcohol and Cocaine abuse, including Arnold Washton,
                   Ph.D., discussed the 'state of the art' in this field. Fort Lauderdale.
                                                                                     Page 25 of 29



                                 SEMINARS ATTENDED
                                   Clinical Hypnosis

Dec. 9-12, 1993          Advanced Workshop on the Integration of Hypnosis in Psychotherapy.
                         Presented by the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. Miami.

Dec. 10-13, 1992         A Workshop On Clinical Hypnosis. Sponsored by The American
                         Society of Clinical Hypnosis. Orlando.

Dec.4-6, 1992            Hypnotic Regression Therapy. Richard Maulion, M.D. and John
                         Cleveland, MA discussed hypnotic techniques for the recovery and
                         processing of memories for trauma and other significant events. Ft.
                         Lauderdale.

April 18-21, 1991        Training in Regression Therapy. Brian Weiss, M.D., Paul Hansen,
                         Ph.D. and other national experts discussed hypnotherapeutic
                         techniques for regressing clients to earlier traumatic experiences.
                         Boca Raton.

April 5, 1991           Basic Skills in Hypnotherapy-Revised Program. Drs. Holly Schwartztol
                        and Steven Warner provided training in hypnotic induction techniques
                        and the psychotherapeutic application of hypnosis. Miami.


                     Psychoneuroimmunology and Alternative Healing:


November 6-8, 1998       Healing the Whole Self. Multiple presentations including keynotes by
                         Maya Angelou and Marianne Williamson and seminars including:

                         ♦ The Adventure of Mindfullness: Living Life As if it Mattered by Jon
                           Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D.
                         ♦ Healing Into Life and Death by Stephen and Ondrea Levine.
                         ♦ Shamanism, Sorcery and Healing by Alberto Villodo, Ph.D.
                         ♦ The Ways of the Mystic: Seven Paths to God by Joan Borysenko,
                           Ph.D.

July 17, 1996            Quantum Healing: Using the Magic in Your Mind and Body.
                         Deepak Chopra, M.D. Boca Raton.

Nov. 4, 1992             Minding the Body, Mending the Mind: Psychoneuroimmunology and
                         Beyond. Joan Borysenko, Ph.D.
                                                                                   Page 26 of 29



                                SEMINARS ATTENDED
                    General Psychological Assessment and Treatment


Feb. 21, 2002           HIV/AIDS Update. Ronal Cathcart, MD. Fort Lauderdale

June 16, 1989           AIDS: And Its Implications on the Family. M. Ross Seligson, Ph.D.,
                        and Mary O'Donnell, R.N., M.H.M. Ft.Lauderdale.

Feb. 17-19, 1989        Better Interventions for Depression. Drs. Norman Rosenthal (NIMH),
                        Thomas Wehr (NIMH), Peter Whybrow (Univ. of Pennsylvania), and
                        Max Fink (SUNY, Stony Brook) discussed the efficacy of several
                        novel, non-pharmaceutical interventions for Affective Disorders. These
                        treatments included Phototherapy (for Seasonal Affective Disorder),
                        and Sleep Deprivation, Phase-Shifting, and ECT for depression.
                        Orlando.

March 7-9, 1986         Research and Application of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory
                        (MCMI). Theodore Millon, Ph.D. Miami.

August, 1983 -
June, 1984             Clinical Training Program. Trained in methods of Encounter therapy
                       and Cognitive-behavioral therapy. John Heider, Ph.D., Miami.

September, 1981 –
August, 1982            Internship: Northwest Dade Community Mental Health Center.
                        Outpatient psychotherapy and psychodiagnostics. Supervisors: Alejo
                        Vada, Ph.D., and Carmen Roca, Ph.D. Hialeah.

1979-1982               Clinical Training Program: Gestalt Therapy Institute of Florida.
                        Comprehensive, intensive training as a Gestalt therapist. Supervisor:
                        Gertrude Krause, MA Miami.

Fall, 1981              Human Potential. John Heider, Ph.D. Discussion and in vivo
                        demonstration of humanistic therapeutic approaches. Miami.

Spring, 1981            Practicum: Juvenile Justice Mental Health Clinic. Psychodiagnostics,
                        case studies, staff presentations and psychotherapy for court-referred
                        clients. Supervisor: Walter Reid, Ph.D. Miami.

Fall, 1980               Practicum: Community Health of South Dade, Inc. Mental Health
                        Clinic. Crisis Screening and Stabilization Units. Psychodiagnostics,
                        individual and group psychotherapy and relaxation training were
                        provided to an inpatient and outpatient crisis population. Supervisor:
                        Patricia Cowan, Ph.D. Miami.
                                                                      Page 27 of 29



Fall, 1980     Woman's Roles and Status - Florence Denmark, Ph.D., past president
               of A.P.A., presented recent research findings regarding sex
               differences and their implications for the changing roles and
               perceptions of women. Miami.

Spring, 1979   Multimodal Therapy
               Arnold Lazarus, Ph.D. and Allen Ray, M.D. Miami.

Fall, 1978 &
Spring, 1979   Field Placements: Community Health of South Dade, Inc. Mental
               Health Clinic. Psychodiagnostics and individual and marital
               psychotherapy were provided to an adult, outpatient population.
               Supervisors: Patricia Cowan, Ph.D. and Paul Domitor, Ph.D. Miami.
                                                                                  Page 28 of 29



            PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND ASSOCIATIONS


- American Psychological Association (APA)

- APA Division of Children, Youth, and Families

- APA Division of Psychology and the Law

- American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC)


- Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA). Clinical member.

- Florida Professional Society on the Abuse of Children. Member; President from
  1993-1997

- Florida Psychological Association


- International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN)

- Palm Beach County Psychological Association

- Parents Anonymous, Broward County Chapter. Former Chairperson
                                                                                         Page 29 of 29



                            FORENSIC (COURT-RELATED) SERVICES




AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Dr. Reed has been qualified as an expert in a variety of areas including:

       Ø   Investigation & Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse Cases
       Ø   Forensic (Investigative) Interviewing of Children
       Ø   Child Custody & Family Court Examinations
       Ø   Children's Suggestibility and Memory
       Ø   Children's Linguistic Abilities and Limitations
       Ø   Children's Testimonial Competence
       Ø   Psychological Impact of Child Sexual Abuse
       Ø   Psychological Injury Resulting from Traumatic Events (including child sexual abuse)
       Ø   Psychological Treatments for Sexually Abused Children
       Ø   Parental Alienation
       Ø   Termination of Parental Rights
       Ø   Substance Abuse




EXPERT WITNESS TESTIMONY

Dr. Reed has served as an expert witness since 1982. He has performed hundreds of
psychological evaluations in litigated cases and has testified as an expert witness in civil cases
(personal injury), criminal court cases, dependency cases and family court cases.



FORENSIC CONSULTANT

Dr. Reed has served as a consultant to attorneys for the plaintiff and for the defense in civil court
cases; for prosecutors and defense attorneys in criminal court cases; and for attorneys in family
court cases. Dr. Reed has also served as a consultant for the Florida Department of Professional
Regulation; the Florida Bar; the U.S. Army; the Office of the Florida Attorney General; and for
various law enforcement agencies.

				
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