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					March, 2009 CURRICULUM VITAE

Wendy Lynn Wolfe, Ph.D.
Business Address: Department of Psychology Armstrong Atlantic State University 11935 Abercorn St. Savannah, GA 31419-1997 (912) 344-2955 wendy.wolfe@armstrong.edu

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EDUCATION: Clinical Psychology Residency APA-approved Doctor of Philosophy APA-approved Medical College of Georgia/VAMC Consortium, 7/00-6/01 Clinical Psychology, Syracuse University, August 2001 Dissertation Title: “The Effect of Alcohol on Women’s Body Image and Self-Awareness: A Balanced Placebo Design Investigation" Clinical Psychology, Syracuse University, May 1998 Thesis Title: "The Effect of Self-Discrepancy and Discrepancy Salience on Alcohol Consumption" Psychology, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 1994

M.S.

B.A.

PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE: State of Georgia, Licensed Psychologist # 002643

HONORS AND AWARDS: AASU College of Arts & Sciences Student-Faculty Summer Collaborative Research Grant, 2008 Syracuse University Creative Research Award, 2000 Four Year Graduate Fellowship Award, Syracuse University, 1995-1999

Wolfe 2 University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW) Research Fellowship Award, 1994 Cape Fear Area Psychological Association Annual Student Award, 1994 UNCW Chancellor's Achievement Awards, 1993-1994 PROFESSIONAL AND HONOR SOCIETIES: Coastal Area Psychologists, 2006-present. American College Personnel Association, 2005-2007. Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (formerly AABT), 1998-present. American Psychological Association, 1996-2007. Psi Chi (National Honor Society in Psychology), 1993. TEACHING EXPERIENCE: Assistant Professor, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 7/06-present. Courses taught include Introduction to Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Health Psychology, Clinical Psychology, and Women and Mental Health. Adjunct Faculty, Georgia Southern University, 9/01-5/06. Courses taught include Introduction to College Life and Introduction to Leadership. Supervisor, Research/Field Experience in Psychology, Georgia Southern University, 9/01-9/05. Instructor, Counseling Skills II (2 sections) & Research and Evaluation (1 section), Argosy University (Savannah, GA), 2003. Instructor, Abnormal Psychology, Syracuse University, 1/00-5/00. Teaching Assistant, Clinical Assessment, Syracuse University, 9/99-12/99. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE: Private Practice, Richmond Hill, GA. January/07-present. 1-5 hours weekly. Temporary Counselor, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Counseling and Volunteer Services, 9/07-10/07. 10 hours weekly. Assistant Director for Clinical Services, Georgia Southern University, Counseling and Career Development Center, 8/05-5/06. Staff Psychologist, Georgia Southern University, Counseling and Career Development Center, 8/01-5/06. Clinical Psychology Resident, Medical College of Georgia/VAMC Consortium, 7/00-6/01.

Wolfe 3 Co-coordinator: Eating Disorder Outreach, Prevention, and Treatment Program, Psychological Services Center, Syracuse University, 9/98-5/99. Therapist, St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Care Center--Outpatient Mental Health, Syracuse, N.Y., 9/97-9/98. Therapist, Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center, Syracuse, N.Y., 5/97-9/97. Therapist, Psychological Services Center, Syracuse University, 8/96-5/00. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE: Co-Investigator and Supervisor, Immediate and delayed emotional and physiological effects of self-immersed, self-distanced, and distraction strategies for responding to memories of anger, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 8/08-present. Supervisor, Honor’s Project: An examination of cognitive bias, knowledge, and attitudes about sex slavery, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 1/08-8/08. Supervisor, Research in Psychology: Development and validation of the Kennard Wolfe Motivational Inventory, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 1/08-5/08. Co-Investigator and Supervisor, Alcohol use and the internet, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 12/07-present. Supervisor, Honor’s Project: The effects of reflective processing versus rumination on emotional responses to sad memories: Influence of pre-existing depressive symptoms, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 11/06-present. Supervisor, Research in Psychology: Review of virtual reality as used in the assessment and treatment of psychological disorders, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 6/07-8/07. Research Coordinator, Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University, 8/01-5/06. Supervisor, Alcohol Research Lab, Syracuse University, 1/99-5/00. Independent Study, Determinants of relapse among heroin dependent patients receiving methadone maintenance, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 6/93-12/94. CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS: Dialectical Behavior Therapy: In a Nutshell, 7/06. Continuing education program provided for psychologists, social workers, licensed marriage and family counselors, and psychiatrists in

Wolfe 4 Athens, GA. Sponsored by the Georgia Psychological Association for continuing education credits towards professional state licensure. INVITED STAFF AND STUDENT TRAINING: Dialectical Behavior Therapy, 12/06. Training provided to the counseling center staff at the University of South Carolina. Solution-Focused Therapy, 11/05. Training provided to psychologists at the Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University. Mental Status Exams, 9/05, 3/05, 11/02. Trainings provided to therapists in training at the Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University. Record Keeping and Report Writing, 9/05, 9/04, 9/03, 9/02, 9/01. Trainings provided to therapists in training at the Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University. DBT Skills Training, 11/04. Training provided to psychologists at the Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University. Intake Interviews, 8/04. Training provided to therapists in training at the Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University. Terminating with Clients, 1/04. Training provided to therapists in training at the Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, 1/04. Training provided to psychologists at the Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University. Integrative Psychotherapy, 4/03, 3/02. Training provided to therapists in training at the Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University. Cognitive Processing Therapy for Rape/Sexual Assault, 2/03. Training provided to therapists in training at the Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University. Motivational Interviewing, 10/02. Training provided to psychologists at the Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University.

UNIVERSITY SERVICE: Faculty Senate Alternate, 1/08-present. Armstrong Atlantic State University.

Wolfe 5 Student Activities Committee, 8/07-present. Armstrong Atlantic State University. Committee on Writing, 8/07-present. Armstrong Atlantic State University. Housing Liaison, 8/05-5/06. Georgia Southern University. Alcohol Education/Prevention, 8/01-5/06. Georgia Southern University. Sexual Assault Response Team, 8/01-8/04. Georgia Southern University. Search Committee Chair, 2003. Georgia Southern University, Health Educator Position. Sexual Assault Prevention Advocates, 8/01-8/03. Georgia Southern University. Eating Disorder Treatment Team, 8/01-8/03. Georgia Southern University. DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE: Search Committee Member, 2008. Armstrong Atlantic State University. Chair, Search Committee, 2008. Armstrong Atlantic State University. Search Committee Member, 2008. Armstrong Atlantic State University. Chair, Departmental Writing Competition, 2008. Armstrong Atlantic State University. Internship Coordinator, 2006-present. Armstrong Atlantic State University. Search Committee Member, 2007. Armstrong Atlantic State University. COMMUNITY SERVICE: Secretary, Coastal Area Psychologists, 2006-present. Mental Health Crisis Responder, Bulloch County Red Cross, 2003-2006. Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Team, Medical College of Georgia, 2000-2001.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICE: Reviewer, Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 2008.

Wolfe 6 Reviewer, Teaching of Psychology, 2008. Reviewer, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2007. Advisory Committee Member, DHHS/SAMHSA grant on campus suicide prevention, 2006. ACPA Convention Reviewer, 2005. Leadership Focus Group Facilitator, 2004. Reviewer, Personality and Individual Differences, 2002. Development of Substance Disorder Assessment Protocol, St. Joseph’s Hospital Outpatient Mental Health, 1998. Substance Abuse Assessment, Syracuse University substance abuse center (OPTIONS), 1998. PUBLICATIONS: Wolfe, W. & Hastings, T. (in preparation). The effect of reflective processing versus rumination on emotional responses to sad memories: Influence of depressive symptoms, ruminative tendencies, and past psychotherapy. Khasanshina, E., Wolfe, W., Emerson, E., & Stachura, M. (2008). Student client satisfaction with tele-psychiatry support at a rural university counseling center. Telemedicine and EHealth, 14, 35-41. Wolfe, W.L. & Maisto, S.A. (2007). The effect of alcohol on body size discrepancy and selfawareness in young women. Addictive Behaviors, 32, 2340-2344. Tomcho, T.J., Wolfe, W.L., & Foels, R. (2006*). Teaching about psychological disorders: Using a group interviewing and diagnostic approach. Teaching of Psychology, 33, 184188. Wolfe, W.L. & Maisto, S.A. (2000). Eating disorders and substance use: Moving beyond coprevalence research. Clinical Psychology Review, 20, 617-631. Wolfe, W.L. & Maisto, S.A. (2000). The effect of self-discrepancy and discrepancy salience on alcohol consumption. Addictive Behaviors, 25, 283-288. *Published after arriving at AASU Maisto, S.A., Wolfe, W.L., & Jordan, J.L. (1999). Short-term motivational therapy. In P.J. Ott, R.E. Tarter, & R.T. Ammenman (Eds.), Sourcebook on Substance Abuse: Etiology, Methodology, and Intervention. (pp. 284-292). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Wolfe 7 PRESENTATIONS (peer-reviewed): Zink, D., Wolfe, W., Scott, V., Bell, A., & Stevens, A. (under review). To Reflect or Distract?: A Comparison of Self-Distanced, Self-Immersed, and Distraction Strategies for Processing Anger-Eliciting Memories. Poster submitted for presentation at the annual convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, New York, NY. Hastings, T. & Wolfe, W. (2008). The Effect of Reflective Processing versus Rumination on Emotional Responses to Sad Memories: Influence of Pre-existing Depressive Symptoms and Ruminative Tendencies. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Orlando, FL. Wolfe, W., Files, F., & Subramaniam, S. (2008). Drinking and “Surfing”: Examination of Alcohol Use During On-Line Activities. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Charlotte, NC. Wolfe, W. & Caldwell, J. (2006*). DBT Skills Training for Female College Students with and without Eating Disorders. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Chicago, IL. Wolfe, W. (2006). Innovations in College Counseling: Bringing Psychiatric Services to Students at a Rural University. Presentation given at the annual convention of the American College Personnel Association, Indianapolis, IN. Wolfe, W. & Price, P. (2006). Using Web-Based Interventions to Supplement Counseling Center Services. Presentation given at the annual convention of the American College Personnel Association, Indianapolis, IN. Emerson, E., Wolfe, W., Khasanshina, E., Shevitz, S., Matthews, D., Buckley, P., & Stachura, M. (2006). Counseling Center Based Student Tele-Mental Health at a Rural University. Presentation given at the annual convention of the American Telemedicine Association, San Diego, CA. Emerson, E. & Wolfe, W. (2005). Doing More with Less: Treating Severe Clients in Dialectical Behavior Therapy Group. Presentation given at the annual convention of the American College Personnel Association, Nashville, TN.

*Published after arriving at AASU Zanone, C., Wolfe, W., Emerson, E., & Caldwell, J., (2002). Programmatic Research in Counseling Centers: Part II: Using Research Results to Inform Programs and Practice and Improve Accountability and Collaboration. Presentation given at the annual conference of the American College Counseling Association, St. Simons Island, GA.

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Wolfe, W. & Maisto, S. (2001). Self-directed Beer Goggles: The Effect of Alcohol on Women’s Body Image. Poster presented at the 35th annual conference of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Philadelphia, PA. Wolfe, W., Burden, J., Sharma, S., O’Shea, K., & Maisto, S. (2000). Beer & Chips: The Search for a Common Pathway to Addictive Behaviors in Young Women. Poster presented at the 34th annual conference of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New Orleans, LA. Burden, J., Wolfe, W., Sharma, S., Tomcho, T., O’Shea, K., & Maisto, S. (2000). Prediction of Problem and Non-Problem Risk Behaviors Using Implicit and Explicit Expectancy Measures. Poster presented at the 34th annual conference of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New Orleans, LA. Wolfe, W.L., Burden, J.L., Sharma, S.O., Tomcho, T.J., & Maisto, S.A. (1999). The Prediction of Involvement and Intention to Engage in Problem and Non-problem Risk Behaviors Using Multiple Expectancy Dimensions. Poster presented at the 33rd annual conference of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Toronto, Ontario. Burden, J.L., Wolfe, W.L., & Maisto, S.A. (1999). Implicit and Explicit Measures of Positive and Negative Expectancies: An Investigation of Order Effects and Predictive Utility. Poster presented at the 33rd annual conference of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Toronto, Ontario. Wolfe, W.L. & Maisto, S.A. (1998). The Effect of Self-Discrepancy and Discrepancy Salience on Alcohol Consumption. Poster presented at the 32nd annual conference of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Washington, D.C. Wolfe (formerly Faler), W.L., Galizio, M., House, K., MacKain, S.J., Noel, N., & Trammel, R. (1995). Determinants of Opiate and Non-Opiate Relapse Among Heroin Addicts in Methadone Treatment. Poster presented at the 5th Annual Conference of the N.C. Governor's Institute on Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Greensboro, NC. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS (invited): Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Stress Management and Test Anxiety, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Values Clarification, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Adjusting to College, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Making the Transition to College, Presentation to parents of incoming

Wolfe 9 freshmen, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Counseling Center Services, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Eating Disorders, Residence Life, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Stress Management, Introduction to Business Class, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Counseling Center Services, Psychology of Stress and Conflict Class, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Eating Disorders Awareness, Healthful Living Class, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2004). Stress Management, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2004). Sexual Assault Prevention, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2004). Counseling Center Services, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2004). Stress Management, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2004). Eating Disorders: Awareness and Assistance, Healthful Living Class (three sections), Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2004). Nutrition and Eating Disorders, Residence Life, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Alcohol and Drinking Practices: Risk Reduction on Campus, University Orientation I (two sections), Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Stress Management, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Adjusting to College, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Group Dynamics, Student Leadership Program, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Communication Skills. University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Making the Transition to College, Presentation to parents of incoming

Wolfe 10 freshmen, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Values Clarification, Student Leadership Program, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Reshaping Body Image, Eating Disorders Awareness Month Campaign, Georgia Southern University. Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Group Collaboration, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University. Bergen-Cico, D., Wolfe, W., & Josephs, K. (1999). Eating Disorders: Awareness and Prevention, Greek Life, Syracuse University. Wolfe, W.L. (1999). Eating Disorders: Awareness and Prevention, Women’s Athletics, Syracuse University. Wolfe, W.L. (1999). The Development and Maintenance of Eating Disorder Symptoms, upperlevel undergraduate nutrition class, Syracuse University. Wolfe, W.L. (1997). The Development of a Brief Social Skills Treatment Intervention for Alcohol-Related Problems, Greek Life, Syracuse University. REFERENCES: Christian Lemmon, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Medical College of Georgia, 1515 Pope Ave., Augusta, GA 30912-3800 (706-721-6716), Relationship: Former supervisor. Stephen A. Maisto, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Psychology, 430 Huntington Hall, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY 13244-2340 (315-443-2334), Relationship: Former advisor. David Matthews, Ph.D., Director, Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University, PO Box 8011, Statesboro, GA 30460 (912-681-5541), Relationship: Former supervisor. Vann Scott, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, GA 31419 (912-344-2601), Relationship: Colleague. Jane Wong, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, GA 31419 (912-344-3170), Relationship: Department head.


				
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