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									                        Dr. David Louis Nahum                               Licensed Psychologist #2193
                        755 Maleta Lane #202 Castle Rock, CO 80108 (303) 667-9388

Education               Ed.D., Doctorate in Counseling Psychology, Boston University, 1988-1994. Program accredited by the
                        American Psychological Association
                        Ed.M., Counselor Education, Boston University, 1987-1988.
                        B.S., Psychology, University of California at Davis, 1981-1985.

Employment              Private Practice Psychologist. Specialize in Child/Adolescent/Family Treatment, Psychological
                        Evaluations, Sexual Offense-specific Evaluations, and Risk Assessment. Approved evaluator for Denver
                        County, Jefferson County, Douglas County, Colorado Sex Offender Management Board, and 18 th Judicial
                        District. 2000 – present.

                        National Director of Family Services; Clinical Supervisor; Assessment Team Leader.
                        Rocky Mountain Care Systems and Hand Up Homes for Youth. Denver, CO. December 2000 – July 2002.
                        Specialize in residential treatment for sexually abusive youth. Milieu management, program design, staff
                        training, and intake for programs located in North Carolina, Nevada, and Colorado.

                        Clinical Staff Psychologist and Clinical Supervisor. Resource Center for High Risk Youth and Hand Up
                        Homes for Youth, Denver, Colorado. June 1997 – 2001. Offense-Specific Evaluations; individual, group,
                        and family therapy.

                        Lead Family Therapist. Emily Griffith Center, Larkspur, Colorado. July 1995 – March 1998. Conduct
                        disorder and sexually abusive youth populations.
                        Research Coordinator. Preventing Inpatient Hospitalization of High Risk Adolescents, Charles River
                        Hospital. Boston. 1988-90.
                        Research Coordinator. Stanford Medical Center and Palo Alto VA Medical Center, Menlo Park,
                        California. 1985-87.
                        Psychiatric Research Intern. National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). Bethesda, Maryland. 1985.

Professional Activities
Publication, in press   Multi-family Group Therapy for Sexually Abusive Youth. In Identifying and Treating Youth Who
                        Sexually Offend. Haworth Press. Available Spring 2005.
Publication             Juvenile Assessment Quarterly, a Colorado Front Range Publication. Founder and lead editor.
Publication             Parent’s Companion Guide to Sexual Offense-Specific Treatment, April, 2000.
Presentation            “Working with the Adolescent Sexual Offender”. Department of Youth Corrections, 2000 All
                        Team Conference, May, 2000.
Presentation            “Working with the Adolescent Sexual Offender”, Foote Detention Center, Department of Corrections,
Presentation            “Sex Offense-Specific Family Treatment Protocol and Treatment Skills Workshop”, Training for Jefferson
                        County Family Intervention Unit, September 28, 1998.
Presentation            “Breaking the Talk Therapy Mold: Using Visual Tool Cards to Teach Safety, Tell Stories,
                        and Move Beyond Language-Based Therapy.” Colorado Association of Family and Children’s Agencies
                        (CAFCA), Spring Conference, May 15, 1998.
Presentation            “Mastering the Marathon Multi-Family Group: A Live Experiental”. Regional Training Consortium,
                        Spring Conference, Regis University, May 9, 1997.
Presentation            “Identifying, Joining With, and Inviting Change in the Problematic Parent”. Colorado Association of
                        Family and Children’s Agencies, Fall Conference, November 8, 1996.
Presentation            Panel Case Presentation on Offense-Specific Family Therapy with Youthful Sex Offenders, Colorado
                        Continuum Network, Lookout Mountain, October 11, 1996.
Presentation            “New Solutions for Difficult Multi-Problem Families” Regional Training Consortium, Regis
                        University. July 19, 1996.

Affiliations            American Psychological Association
                        Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA)
                        Colorado Sex Offender Management Board Approved Juvenile Evaluator and Treatment Provider

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