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									                                    Curriculum Vitae

                               Bob G. Stice, LPCC
                         3200 Carlisle Blvd., NE, Suite 222
                             Albuquerque, NM 87110
                                   505.889.4583
                               bstice@bgstice.com

EXPERIENCE

INDEPENDENT PRIVATE PRACTICE, Albuquerque, New Mexico
June 1998-Present
    Individual, Marriage, Family psychotherapy; mediation; clinical evaluation
    Personal and Business Professional Coaching
    Corporate Training and Consulting
    Clinical Director, Outcomes, Inc. (comprehensive outpatient clinic)
    Consultant for Clinical Services, Episcopal Diocese of the Rio Grande
    Director, Clinical Services, Casa Esperanza
    Director of Cathedral Operations, St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral (May 2000-
      November 2001)
    Group Facilitator, Domestic Violence Program, Zia Family Services (July 1998-
      May 2000)

CHARTER-HEIGHTS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM, Albuquerque, New Mexico
May 1996-June 1998
   Program Director, Residential Treatment Center
   Director of Clinical Services, Residential Treatment Center
   Director, Day Treatment Program
   Therapist/Case Manager, Residential Treatment Center
              Administrative and supervisory responsibility for 78-bed residential treatment
              center for children and adolescents. Supervision of mental health workers and
              mental health worker staff. Supervision of clinical staff, including program
              development and coordination of therapy caseloads. Development and
              supervision of Day Treatment Program for children and adolescents at risk.
              Ongoing individual, family, and group therapy responsibilities, including case
              management.

UNIVERSITY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ASSOCIATES, Houston, Texas
July 1995-February 1996
    Psychotherapist, Group Practice
              Full-time caseload in individual, family, group therapy as part of a large
              independent practice association in a managed behavioral healthcare
              environment.

CYPRESS CREEK PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL, Houston, Texas
July 1994-July 1995
    Psychotherapist, Case Manager
              Primary therapist and case manager for general adult psychiatric unit, including
              therapy case load in individual, family, and group therapy. Direction and
              facilitation of intensive family therapy program, Family Focus, for adult,
              adolescent, and children’s units.

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INDEPENDENT PRIVATE PRACTICE, Houston, Texas
July 1981-December 1995
    Psychotherapist, Consultant
              Ongoing private practice in individual, marriage, family, and group
              psychotherapy. Counseling consultant for Sports Medicine Department, Rice
              University. Clinical supervision and consultation services for psychiatric nursing
              staff, Neuro-Oncology Department, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Extensive
              ongoing experience conducting workshops, seminars, and retreats for a variety
              of groups and businesses.

REGION 16 EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER, Amarillo, Texas
July 1978-July 1981
    Coordinator, Multidisciplinary Diagnostic Team
              Coordinated diagnostic evaluations and educational programming for severely
              handicapped children in regional program serving 72 independent school
              districts. Concentrated experience with emotionally disturbed children and their
              families. Responsibility for directing and teaching numerous workshops and
              seminars. Supervision of a team of diagnosticians, psychological associates,
              physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hereford, Texas
August 1975-July 1978
    Associate Minister
              Developed counseling program and family life education program. Maintained
              counseling load in individual, marriage, and family counseling. Extensive
              experience teaching and speaking for conferences and retreats. Concentrated
              experience counseling with individuals and families in grief. Also directed adult
              choral music program.




EDUCATION
      DIPLOMA, Monterey High School, Lubbock, Texas, 1965
      BACHELOR OF ARTS degree, Wayland Baptist University, Plainview, Texas,
       1969 (Areas of study: Theology, English)
      MASTER OF EDUCATION degree, West Texas State University, Canyon,
       Texas, 1977 (Areas of study: Counseling, Psychology)
      POST-GRADUATE STUDY:
          o M.A. program, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, 1970-1971 (Areas
              of study: Social and Cultural History, English)
          o Ph.D. program in Human Services, Walden University, Minneapolis,
              Minnesota, 1989-1994, all but dissertation (Area of dissertation research:
              Impact of managed care on behavioral healthcare delivery systems)
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PROFESSIONAL LICENSES

      PROFESSIONAL CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR (LPCC)
            New Mexico Counseling and Therapy Practice Board, 1997, current
      LICENSED PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR (LPC)
            Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors, 1985,
            inactive
      LICENSED MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPIST (LMFT)
            Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists,
            1992, inactive



PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

      CLINICAL MEMBER, American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy
       Association, current
      Advanced Management Certificate Program, Robert Anderson School and
       Graduate School of Management, University of New Mexico, 2000
      Leading & Coaching Certificate Program, Robert Anderson School and Graduate
       School of Management, University of New Mexico, 2001



PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

      American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy
      American Counseling Association
      New Mexico Marriage and Family Therapy Association
             Ethics Chairman, Executive Board (past)


REFERENCES

      References furnished upon request.

								
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