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									                           Lawrence Weathers , Ph.D.
                             Mary Weathers, Ph.D.
                                         Psychologists
                                        6921 E. Jamieson
                                      Spokane ,WA 99223
                              (509) 448-6462, FAX (347) 710-2053
                               weathers@caer.com, www.caer.com

                                           CURRICULUM VITA

                                  Lawrence R. Weathers, Ph.D.

TELEPHONE:                509-448-6462

E-MAIL                    weathers@caer.com


MARITAL STATUS:           Married to Mary B. Weathers, Ph.D.
                                   Licensed Psychologist

DATE OF BIRTH: September 1, 1944


EDUCATION:

1967     B.A.             Experimental Psychology, University of
                          California, Riverside

1971     M.Ed.            Guidance and Counseling, University of
                          California, Santa Barbara

1974     Ph.D.             Child Clinical Psychology, George Peabody
                           College, Vanderbilt University, Nashville,
                           Tennessee

LICENSES AND CREDENTIALS:

Licensed Psychologist: #581 Washington; National Register of Health Services Providers in Psychology
        #21505

California Standard Designated Services Credential with specialization in Pupil Personnel Services

Fellow and Diplomate, American Board of Medical Psychotherapists


COMPUTER SKILLS:

Visual Basic 6
Office 20002
DOS
Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000 Professional
Windows Peer-to-Peer Ethernet




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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

9/85 - 6/88      President of Weathers Reports Inc. Small medical software company offering
                 several highly sophisticated psychological testing programs. Independent
                 reviewers repeatedly voted one of these as the best available.            .

8/76 - Present   Private practice. Assessment and treatment of children and adults, medical
                 psychology.

7/77 - 7/78      Professor, Florida Mental Health Institute, and Director, Research and Evaluation
                 Section. Supervised all aspects of three large innovative Residential and
                 Community Research and Dissemination Projects for Adults: The Adult
                 Alternatives to Hospitalization Project and the Early Intervention Project
                 mentioned above. The third project was the development of a statewide forensics
                 evaluation and training program. These treatment programs were systematically
                 disseminated states wide as they were developed. Combined, the two projects
                 represented 96 residential beds, about 100 staff, 7 of which were Ph.D.'s.

2/76 - 6/77      Assistant Professor, Florida Mental Health Institute. Interim Project Director of
                 the 16-bed residential Adolescent Project (concurrent with other responsibilities).

11/75 - 6/77     Assistant Professor, Florida Mental Health Institute. Project Director of the Early
                 Intervention Project, which is an innovative research project for first
                 hospitalization adults. It encompasses a 32-bed residential unit, an intensive
                 follow-up program, a research staff, and a statewide dissemination program. I
                 supervised 44 staff, including three Ph.D. psychologists and an effective treatment
                 approaches based on simulation, gaming and peer management have developed,
                 researched and disseminated statewide.

7/75 - 12/75     Part-time Instructor, Hillsboro Community College, Tampa, Florida. I taught the
                 Psychology of Adjustment, and experiential cognitive survey of the "growth
                 psychologies," twice.

3/75 - 11/75     Assistant Professor, Florida Mental Health Institute. Associate Project Director of
                 the 32-bed Fairweather "Small Group" residential research treatment unit of the
                 Alternatives to Hospitalization Project. This is an innovative peer management
                 program for chronic adult mental patients.

1/75 - 3/75      Adjunct Faculty, Department of Special Education. Florida International
                 University, Miami, Florida. Supervised ten masters level practicum students.

5/74 - 3/75      Director, Alpha House Day Treatment Program. Dade County Youth Services.
                 Developed a behavior modification based day treatment program for 21 children
                 -- from 8-12 years old with learning and behavior disabilities. A major emphasis
                 was on parent training and community interventions.

8/73 - 2/74      Director, Adolescent Unit, Central State Psychiatric Hospital, Nashville,
                 Tennessee Reorganized a 22-bed inpatient adolescent program from a traditional
                 psychiatric model to Re-Ed and Behavior Modification oriented. I also secured a
                 grant and supervised an interdisciplinary staff of 33.

9/71 - 8/72      Program Coordinator, Adolescent Research Program, Camarillo-Neuropsychiatric
                 Institute Research Program, Camarillo, California. Developed and tested a
                 behavior modification community-based intervention system for drug abusing
                 adolescents who demonstrated functional learning disabilities and behavior
                 problems.

PUBLICATIONS:

1998             Weathers, Lawrence, ADHD: A Path to Success, Ponderosa Press, Spokane WA 1998

1987             Weathers, L., Liberman, R. "Contingency Contracting Exercise", p 221-222 in



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             Masters, J., Burish, T., Hollon, D., Rimm, D., "Behavior Therapy: Techniques and
             Emperical Findings, Third Edition", Harcourt, Brace Javanovich, Inc. 1987.

1981         Cohen, M., Bedell, J.R., Weathers, L., Fertig, S., Adams, J., Gordon, R., and Gordon,
             K.K., "Training Patients in Self-Medication," Systems of Treatment for The Mentally Ill,
             Filling the Gaps, Grune & Stratton, 1981.

             Weathers, L., Bedell, J.R., Marlowe, H., Gordon, R.E., Adams, J., Reed, V.,
             Palmer, J., and Gordon, K.K., "Using Psychotherapeutic Games to Train Patients'
             Skills," Systems of Treatment for the Mentally Ill: Filling the Gaps, Grune &
             Stratton, 1981.

1978         Bedell, J., Weathers, L., "A Psychoeducational Model of Skill Training: Therapist
             and Game Facilitated Applications," Dennis Upper and Stephen M. Ross (Eds.),
             Behavioral Group Therapy: An Annual Review, 1978.

             Cohen, M., Gordon, R., Adams, J., Bedell, J., Weathers, L., "Single Bedtime Dose
             Self-Medication Systems," Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 1978.

             Gordon, R., Patterson, R., Bates, H., Weathers, L., Bedell. J., and Hatcher, M.,
             "Modular Treatment and Training," Science, 1978.

             Weathers, L., Bedell, J., Marlowe, H., Gordon, R., Adams, J., and Reed, V., "The
             Utilization of Psychotherapeutic Games By Mental Health Workers," Career
             Education for Mental Health Workers: Occasional Paper Series, Report No.
             4, Human Resource Institute, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences,
             University of South Florida, June, 1978.

             Weathers, L., and Liberman, R.P., "The Modification of Family Behavior," Child
             Behavior Therapy, David Marholin (Ed.), Gardiner Press, 1978.

             Weathers, L., Liberman, R.P., "Contingency Contracting With Families of
             Delinquent Adolescents," Olson, D. (Ed.), Inventory of Marriage and Family Literature,
             Vol. V, 1978.

1976         Weathers, L., Liberman, R.P., "Contingency Contracting with Adolescents and Their
             Families," Annual Review of Behavior Therapy: Theory and Practice, Cyril M.
             Brunner/Mazel Publishers, 1976.

1975         Weathers, L., Liberman, R.P., "The Family Contracting Exercise," Behavior Therapy and
             Experimental Psychiatry, 1975, 6, 1-7.

             Liberman, R.P., Weathers, L., "Working with Families of Drug Abusers," Junkies
             and Squares" The Camarillo Experience, Robert H. Coombs (Ed.), Lexington
             Books,

1975.        Liberman, R.P. and Weathers, L., "Working with Families of Drug Abusers,"
             Junkies and Straights, Coombs, Robert H. (Ed.), D.C. Health and Company
             Publishers, 1975, 135-162.

1973         Weathers, L. Liberman, R.P., "A Portable Bug-In-The-Ear," Journal of Behavior
             Therapy, 1973, 4, 703-705.


RECREATIONAL INTERESTS:

             Rock Climbing, Mountain climbing, Bicycling, Backpacking, Skiing,
             Computers, Weight Lifting

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

             Member: APA, Divisions 12, 32, 27


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