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                                 John Joseph Peregoy
                                  pergoyjj@gmail.com

100 Springs Cove                                   (H) 303-903-3464
Louisville, CO 80027                               (C) 303-551-4527

Education

Ph. D. Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY (1990)
M. Ed. Montana State University, Bozeman MT (1979)
B.S. Montana State University, Bozeman MT (1977)

Career Summary

    Administrative experience exceeds 15 years with a focus on creative program and
     personnel management and HRP. Payroll responsibilities for 270 employees.
    Over 20 years of teaching and training experience. Teaching and Training
     Participant evaluations exceed 4.45/5 point scale.
    Creatively developed 10 new courses and put an additional 7 courses on-line in
     part or whole using Blackboard as the teaching platform.
    Awarded over 7 million dollars in funding from competitive research, personnel,
     preparation, and student services grants at the national level for a 73% funding
     rate.
    Effectively evaluated, using mixed method designs; twelve multimillion-dollar
     human services programs in Utah, Kentucky and New York; covering such
     diverse programs as juvenile justice diversion, early childhood care/education,
     and teacher and audiologist training programs.
    Productively authored or co-authored 12 referred journal articles and 12 book
     chapters; six published proceedings and two technological products co-authored,
     the team received 3 international and national awards for a PBS documentary on
     Indian Education.
    Dynamically presented 41 referred presentations nationally and internationally,
     and 19 workshops conducted nationally.
    Leadership roles have included innovative lobbying activities at the state and
     federal levels, successfully lobbied congress for increased funding for training
     American Indian and Alaskan Natives at the graduate level in Psychology and
     increased funding for graduates in Clinical and Counseling Psychology during
     2008-2009; over 25 over years of creative and effective leadership experience.
    Provided clinical services to individuals, couples and groups for 30 years using an
     integrated approach. Have fruitfully served over 327 clients.
    Directed 7 summer programs, both day and residential for low-income youth in
     career education and college summer bridge programs, strengthening learning
     experiences and recreational activities. Increased retention at the college level by
     20% for summer bridge program participants.
Grants

Co-Author & Evaluator       ERASE Barriers 2 Project, U. S. Department of Health and
($1,000,000/15 mo)          Human Services.
                            A community based daycare initiative to subsidize day care
                            expenses for low income families, professional
                            development activities for teachers, provide parent training
                            and health education to enhance early childhood literacy.
                            Cabell-Wayne Housing Authority, Huntington, WV.

Principal Investigator      The Big Lake Family Project, U. S. Public Health Services-
Substance                   Administration/CSAP.
($410,140/2yrs)             A Family Strengthening Program. A project to study risk
                            and protective factors in the American Indian/Alaskan
                            Native community-build community consensus on a family
                            strengthening program interventions and conduct a study
                            with 40 families on program effectiveness and cultural
                            appropriateness. Department of Educational Psychology
                            University of Utah and the Indian Walk-In Center of Salt
                            Lake City (funded for 1999-2002). Received a near
                            meritorious rating.

Co-author                   Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention, U.S.
Department ($5,000)         Justice Mini-Grant 1998. A research grant to study urban
American                    Indian parent and child training. University of Utah,
Department of               Health Education.

Principal Investigator      University of Utah American Indian Education Personnel
(Feds: 1st & 2nd yrs        Development Project, USDOE-Indian Education Programs
$385,000; campus tuition    (only graduate program funded in the nation for 1994)
waivers=$194,000 totaling   Submitted before congress as a model training program for
$579,000 years 1 & 2)       training Natives as school psychologists counselors, social
                            workers, and bi-lingual education specialists.

Author                      Student Special Services Program, U.S. Department of
($1,000,000 on a 4 year     Education, Aug. 1993. Colorado School of Mines.
funding cycle)

Co-Author                   Science and Technology Entry Program
($25,000)                   (New York State Ed.), 1986. SUNY Potsdam College

Author                      Talent Search Program, U.S. Department of
($1,100,000 on a four       Education, 1985. SUNY Potsdam College
year funding cycle)
Principal Investigator        ALCOA Foundation, Enhancement of Crumb Library
($2,000)                      holdings of American Indian Resource materials, 1985.
                              SUNY Potsdam College

Principal Investigator        Student Special Services Program, U. S. Department of
($368,000 on a four           Education1984. SUNY Potsdam College
year funding cycle)

Principal Investigator        USDA Food and Nutrition Program, Potsdam College,
($67,000) 6 grants            Syracuse University, 1984-1988, Colorado School of Mines
                              1992.

Publications

Refereed Journals

Chiorichi, D. Glauser, A., & Peregoy, J. J. (2004). Guidelines for writing a qualitative
       manuscript for the Journal of Counseling and Development. Journal of
       Counseling and Development (82), 443-447.

Peregoy, J .J., & Jorgensen, R. (2002). Counseling African American substance abusers:
      Issues & approaches. Journal of the Kentucky Counseling Association (21), 1, 62-
      71.

Podozowski, A., Barott, J. E., & Peregoy, J .J. (2002). The athlete and coach: Their
      relationship and its meaning. Methodological concerns and research process.
      International Journal of Sports Psychology, 33, (1), 98-115.

Dieser, R B. & Peregoy, J .J. (1999). A multicultural critique of three therapeutic
        recreation service models. Annual in American Therapeutic Recreation (8), 56-69.

Dieser, R. B., & Peregoy, J. J. (1998, March). Facilitating multicultural training in parks
        and recreation education programs. Parks and Recreation 33 (3), 37-47.

Battistone, M.L., Hill, R.D., Peregoy, J .J., Woltz, D, J. (1998). Preferences of old and
         young Navaho (Dine) Indians for medical treatment. Cultural Diversity and
         Mental Health, 4, 50-56.

Peregoy, J. J. & Dieser, R. (1997). Multicultural awareness in Therapeutic Recreation:
      Hamlet living. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 31 (3), 173-188.

Schliebner, C. T., Peregoy, J .J., & Gompertz, K. (1997). Behind Closed Doors: School
       counselors assisting gay and lesbian students. Journal of Professional Counseling,
       12, (1). 33-46.
Gloria, A. M. & Peregoy, J .J. (1996). Counseling Latino and other substance
        users/abusers: Cultural considerations for counselors. Journal of Substance
        Abuse Treatment, 13, (2), 1-8.

Schliebner, C. T., & Peregoy, J .J. (1994). Unemployment effects on the family and child:
       Interventions for counselors. Journal of Counseling and Development, 72, 368-
       372.

Taylor, L.; Stevens, E.; Peregoy J.; & Bath, B., (1991). American Indians, mathematical
       attitudes, and the standards. Arithmetic Teacher, 38, (6), 14-21.

Peregoy, J. J. & Schliebner, C. T. (1990). Long-Term unemployment: Effects and
      counseling interventions. International Journal for the Advancement of
      Counseling, 13(3), 193-204

Chapters

Peregoy, J.J. (in press). Sociocultural factors that effect ATOD intervention and
      prevention among American Minorities, in P. Stevens and R. Smith (Eds. 4th),
      Substance abuse prevention and intervention: Theory and practice New York:
      MacMillan.

Peregoy, J. J. & Gloria, A. M. (2007). Multicultural counseling competence and
      American Indians and Native Americans. In M. G. Constantine (Ed.) Clinical
      Practice with People of Color: A Guide to Becoming Culturally Competent. New
      York: Teachers College Press.

Peregoy, J. J., Bartosz, K. L., and Hendricks, B. (2006). Society, identity, and meaning:
      Alcohol and other drug prevention/interventions for mental health professionals
      working with Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Clientele, in G. R. Walz,
      J. C. Bluer, R.Y. Yepp (Eds.), Vistas: Compelling perspectives in counseling
      2006. American Counseling Association: Alexandria, Virginia.

Peregoy, J. J. (2005). Working with diverse cultures: Revisiting issues in prevention and
      intervention, in P. Stevens and R. Smith (Eds. 3rd). Substance abuse prevention
      and intervention: Theory and practice. New York: MacMillan.

Fox, C., & Peregoy, J .J. (2004). Parental competency assessment, in K. Jordan (Ed.)
       Issues in Family Therapy. New York: NOVA.

Peregoy, J .J. (2001). Working with American Indian/Alaskan Native clients:
      Perspectives for practitioners to start with, in E. Wellfeld and R. E. Ingersoll
      (Ed.) The handbook of counseling: A desk reference. Merrill.
Peregoy, J. J. & Tait, C. (2001). Multicultural issues for alcohol and other drug
      prevention and intervention: An overview, in P. Stevens and R. Smith (Eds., 2nd)
      Substance abuse prevention and intervention: Theory and practice. New York:
      MacMillan.

Tait, C. & Peregoy, J .J. (2001). Treatment issues and considerations for selected
        populations, in P. Stevens and R. Smith (Eds. 2nd) Substance abuse prevention
        and intervention: Theory and practice. New York: MacMillan.

Peregoy, J .J. (1999). Revisiting Transcultural counseling with American Indians/Alaskan
      Natives: Issues for consideration, in J. McFadden (Ed. 2nd) Transcultural
      counseling: Bilateral and international perspectives. Alexandria, VA: American
      Counseling Association Press.

Peregoy, J. J. & Schliebner, C.T. (1998). Working with diverse cultures: Treatment issues
      and considerations, in P. Stevens and R. Smith (Eds.) Substance abuse prevention
      and intervention: Theory and practice. New York: MacMillan.

Schliebner, C. T. & Peregoy, J. J. (1998). Alcohol and other drug prevention and
       intervention: Characteristics and issues of selected populations, in P. Stevens and
       R. Smith (Eds.) Substance abuse prevention and intervention: Theory and
       practice. New York: MacMillan.

Peregoy, J. J., Schliebner C. T., & Dieser, R. (1997). Diversity issues in therapeutic
      recreation, in David Compton (Ed., 2nd) Issues in Therapeutic Recreation.
      Chicago: Sagamore Publishing.

Peregoy, J. J. (1993). Transcultural counseling with American Indians/Alaskan Natives:
      Contemporary issues for consideration, in J. McFadden (Ed.) Transcultural
      counseling: Bilateral and international perspectives. Alexandria, VA: American
      Counseling Association Press.

Technological Products

Walking in Two Worlds: Issues in Indian Education (1999). Associate Producer &
      Content Specialist. Developed by Media Solutions and the University of Utah for
      PBS Broadcast.

Culture and School Success. A graduate level video mediated distance education course;
       3 credit graduate level course (14 - 90 minute sessions with instructor manual &
       student workbook). Co-Developer & Content Specialist. Media Solutions &
       University of Utah Production.
Published Proceedings, Unpublished Manuscripts & Newsletters

Peregoy, J. J., Stevens, P. W., & Lewis, J. (2005). Counseling issues across cultures: A
      comparison of Costa Rica, Italy, Malaysia, United States and Viet Nam.
      Proceedings from the XIth Annual International Counseling Conference,
      Bangkok, Thailand.

Stevens, P.W. & Peregoy, J. J. (2002, December). Gender and multicultural issues in the
       classroom. Proceedings from the VIII Annual International Counseling
       Conference, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Mayhew, J., Herbert, M., & Peregoy, J. (1999). Culture and school success: Development
     of a documentary–style distance education course. Proceedings of the Seventeenth
     Annual National conference of the Council on Rural Special Education.
     Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Peregoy, J. J.(1994, June). Utah State Office of Education School Counseling Program
      Self-study. Graduate School of Education-U of U, SLC, UT. Unpublished
      manuscript.

Peregoy, J. J. (1993, June). Multicultural counseling center design and internship manual. University of
      Colorado, Denver, CO. Unpublished manuscript.

Peregoy, J. J., & Pedersen, P.B., (Eds.)(1989). Developing interculturally skilled
      counselors (DISC) report. [A Newsletter] Intercultural Press. Versher, Vermont.

Unpublished Program Evaluations &Technical Reports

Peregoy, J. J. (2003, July). Kentucky Educational Collaborative for State Agency
      Children (KECSAC) program evaluation 2002-2003. KECSAC, Eastern
      Kentucky University.

Peregoy, J. J. (1998, 1999, & 2000, November). Five Feathers Healthy Family Project
      evaluation. Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, Fort Hall, Idaho. A field initiated grant
      from the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention providing family case
      management and family strengthening training.

Peregoy, J. J. (1999 & 2000, November). Youth Connections Program evaluation. Boys
      and Girls Club of Salt Lake City, Utah. A federal grant to provide education and
      employment readiness training for youth involved in the juvenile justice system
      (District III Juvenile Justice Court).
Peregoy, J. J. (1999, February). Utah State Office of Education: Statewide gang
      prevention and intervention evaluation. Utah State Office of Education, Salt Lake
      City, Utah.

Peregoy, J. J. (19997 &1998, April). Colors of Success program evaluation. Boys and
      Girls Club of Salt Lake City, Utah. A contract program with public schools to
      provide gang prevention and intervention activities in twelve schools K-12 and in
      two school districts.

Schliebner, C. T. & Peregoy, J. J. (1996, June). Needs assessment and evaluation for
       Shoshone-Bannock Senior High School. Superintendent of Schools and School
       Board, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, Fort Hall, Idaho.

Peregoy, J. J. (1995, June). Chair-External program evaluation of University of
      Tennessee at Knoxville. Counselor Education/ Counseling Psychology programs.
      Unpublished manuscript.

Peregoy, J. J. (1995, May). New Start Program evaluation. Granite School District, Salt
      Lake City, Utah. A federally funded (Safe Schools) comprehensive intervention
      program for students in the granite school district who were gang, violence,
      and/or AODT (alcohol & other drug and tobacco) involved.

Peregoy, J. J., Gloria, A. M., & Schliebner, C. T. (1995, March). Results and
      recommendations: A study of ethnic/minority student and parental perspectives of
      academic achievement and the learning process. Salt Lake City School District,
      SLC, UT.

Peregoy, J.J. & Napia, E.B. (1995, January). Internal program evaluation of U of U
      American Indian Graduate Fellowship Program. U.S. Office of Education-Indian
      Education Office.

Peregoy, J. J. (1994, May). New Start Program evaluation. Granite School District, Salt
      Lake City, Utah. A federally funded (Safe Schools) comprehensive intervention
      program for students in the Granite School District who were gang, violence,
      and/or AODT (alcohol & other drug and tobacco) involved.

Peregoy, J. J. (1992, August). Tribal Resource Institute in Business, Engineering and
      Science: Academic and residential living program evaluation. Council of Energy
      Resource Tribes, Denver, CO.

Courses Developed and Taught

    Introduction to Educational Psychology
    Introduction to Counseling Theories
    Advanced Theory in Counseling
   Designing and Evaluating School Counseling Programs
   Group Counseling
   Family Therapy
   Issues in American Indian Mental Health
   American Indians and School Success
   Program Design and Evaluation in Human Services
   Multicultural Counseling
   Social Psychology of Human Behavior
   Practicum in Counseling
   Internship In Counseling
   Practice and Techniques in Counseling
   Introduction to Tribal Government

				
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