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					JONEIS THOMAS, PH.D.                                      Phone: (202) 806-9454
HU Dept. of Psychology, Rm. N-276                         Phone: (804) 761-1944
Washington, DC 20059                                      DrJFThomas@gmail.com

                              CURRICULUM VITAE
LICENSURE

Registrant #50907, National Register of Health Services Providers in Psychology
DC Licensed Psychologist # PSY1000247
VA Licensed Clinical Psychologist # 0810003457
NC Licensed Psychologist # 2501 & Health Services Provider Certification

EDUCATION

6/1996-6/1997        Internship     Medical College of Virginia (APA-Approved),
                                    Richmond, VA

1/1995-5/1997        Ph.D.          University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
                                    Clinical Psychology (APA Approved)

8/1992-1/1995        M.A.           University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
                                    Clinical Psychology (APA Approved)

8/1988-5/1992        B.S.           Howard University, Washington, DC
                                    Major: Psychology, Summa Cum Laude

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

8/2006-present       ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
                     Howard University, Department of Psychology
                     Washington, DC

                     □ Research Interests: behavioral medicine/health psychology,
                       obesity, psychological evaluation for bariatric surgery,
                       wellness promotion in minorities
                     □ Co-founded the Health Promotion and Risk Reduction
                       Research Center (HealthPARC)
                     □ Instructor for graduate level courses in Clinical Assessment I
                       and Clinical Assessment II
                     □ Instructor for undergraduate courses in Abnormal Psychology
                       and Psychological Testing
Joneis Thomas, Ph.D.                                                                      2


7/2000-5/2001          ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
                       University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health
                       Sciences, Occupational Therapy Dept., Grand Forks, ND

                          Co-director of the Graduate Program: develop a Master’s
                           degree curriculum in occupational therapy
                          Instructor for upper-level undergraduate courses in
                           Personal/Professional Development, Group Therapy
                           Leadership, and Research Methods
                          Co-instructor for Psychosocial Aspects of Children,
                           Adolescents, and Young Adults and Psychosocial Aspects of
                           the Maturing Adult

9/1995-5/1996          TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIPS (University of Virginia)

                          Personality Assessment (Graduate): taught the lab portion of
                           the course; coordinated student practice experiences; graded
                           assignments
                          The Psychology of Oppression and Social Change: co-taught
                           the course; coordinated student field assignments (women's
                           shelter coverage, court monitoring) and outreach activities

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

6/2002-present         JONEIS THOMAS, PH.D. LLC/INDEPENDENT PRACTICE
                       1629 K St., NW, Ste. 300, Washington, DC

                          Bariatric surgery psychological evaluation
                          Individual psychotherapy

8/2001-5/2003          SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION COORDINATOR,
                       STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST
                       The Citadel, Counseling Center, Charleston, SC

                          Conduct mandated substance use evaluations
                          Short-term therapy, career assessment, crisis intervention
                          Coordinate outreach programming
                          Administer a substance abuse prevention grant
                          Leadership role on the Binge Drinking Task Force
Joneis Thomas, Ph.D.                                                                        3


9/1997-9/1999          OCCUPATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH FELLOW
                       Duke University Medical Center/Duke Employee Assistance
                       Program, Durham, NC

                          Assessment, short-term individual and couples psychotherapy,
                           crisis management, referral, consultation (e.g., diversity issues)
                          Managed care gatekeeping: authorization of psychiatric
                           hospitalization and case management
                          Developed and implemented a curriculum in domestic violence
                           for family and community medicine residents
                          Instructor/preceptor for family medicine residents: adult
                           psychopathology in primary care, interviewing and counseling
                           techniques (7/98-6/99); family functioning issues in primary
                           care, interviewing and counseling techniques (10/97-6/98)
                          Developed EAP research activities in treatment utilization,
                           outcome and quality assurance
                          EAP-related seminars and critical incident stress debriefing

4/1999-9/1999          SUPPORT GROUP FACILITATOR
                       Orange/Durham Coalition for Battered Women, Durham, NC

                          Facilitated a support group for women in abusive relationships

6/1996-6/1997          CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY INTERN
                       Medical College of Virginia-Virginia Commonwealth University
                       (APA-Approved), Richmond, VA

                          Substance Abuse/HIV: short-term therapy, inpatient substance
                           abuse consultation, group therapy, assessment of HIV-related
                           dementia, medication/substance abuse in chronic pain patients
                          Consultation-liaison psychiatry: psychological and
                           neuropsychological evaluations of organ transplant patients,
                           short-term therapy and consultation with medically ill patients
                          General outpatient psychiatry: short/long-term therapy,
                           cognitive/personality assessment, emergency room evaluation

9/1993-4/1996          CLINICAL PRACTICA

                          Pain Management Center, University of Virginia Health
                           Sciences Center: assessment, therapy, and consultation
                          Controlling Family Violence Group: group therapy for court-
                           mandated domestic violence offenders
                          Western State Hospital Acute Admissions Unit: assessment,
                           individual and group therapy
                          Mary Ainsworth Psychological Clinic, University of Virginia:
                           assessment and therapy with college students
Joneis Thomas, Ph.D.                                                                     4


PUBLICATIONS

Madhere, S, Mwendwa, D.T., Thomas, J, Willis, T.D., Callender, C.O., Campbell, A, &
Levy-Massey, S.A. (2008). Stress, social support, coping with racism impact lipid
regulation: A possible role of cytokines. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Thomas, J., Turkheimer, E., & Oltmanns, T. (2000). Psychometric analysis of racial
differences on the Maudsley Obsessional Compulsive Inventory. Assessment, 7(3), 247-
258.

Jones, D.R., Harrell, J.P., Morris-Prather, C.E., Thomas, J., & Omawale, N. (1996).
Affective and physiological responses to racism: The roles of afrocentrism and mode of
presentation. Ethnicity Discourse, 6, 109-122.

King, D.L., & Thomas, J. (1993). Two effects of context on the presence/absence of
connecting segments. Perception and Psychophysics, 53(3), 489-497.

PUBLICATIONS (non-journal)

Thomas, J. (2003). Biofeedback. In The Gale Encyclopedia of Mental Disorders (Vol. 1,
pp. 121-125). New York: Thompson-Gale.

Thomas, J. (2003). Cognitive Retraining. In The Gale Encyclopedia of Mental Disorders
(Vol. 1, pp. 224-226). New York: Thompson-Gale.

Thomas, J. (2003). Crisis Intervention. In The Gale Encyclopedia of Mental Disorders
(Vol. 1, pp. 255-258). New York: Thompson-Gale.

Thomas, J. (2003). Exposure Treatment. In The Gale Encyclopedia of Mental Disorders
(Vol. 1, pp. 381-386). New York: Thompson-Gale.

Thomas, J. (2003). Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory. In The Gale
Encyclopedia of Mental Disorders (Vol. 2, pp. 953-955). New York: Thompson-Gale.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Thomas, J., Mwendwa, D.T., Madhere, S., Morehead, D., Ali, M., Callender, C.O., &
Campbell, A. (2008, December). Biopsychosocial Predictors of Obesity in African
Americans. Poster presented at The National Institutes of Health Summit: The Science of
Eliminating Health Disparities, National Harbor, MD.

Mwendwa, D.T., Thomas, J., Crump, S., Callender, C.O., Morehead, J., Wiley, J.,
Brownlow, J., & Campbell, A.L. (2008, July). Anger/Hostility and Depression Associated
with an Inflammatory Marker of Cardiovascular Disease in African-Americans. Poster
presented at The International Society on Hypertension in Blacks: 23rd Annual
Joneis Thomas, Ph.D.                                                                       5


International Interdisciplinary Conference on Hypertension and Related Cardiovascular
Risk Factors in Ethnic Populations, New Orleans, LA.

Fingers, E., & Thomas, J. (2006, July). Renewing our focus on the total needs of college
student athletes. Presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Eastern Atlantic
Conference, Hampton, VA.

Thomas, J., & Tate, D. (1995, October). Grappling with community issues in conducting
a treatment group for male perpetrators of domestic violence. Paper presented at the 12th
annual Southeastern Eco-Community conference, Smith Mountain Lake, VA.

Thomas, J., Turkheimer, E., & Oltmanns, T. (1994). Psychometric analysis of racial
differences on the Maudsley Obsessional Compulsive Inventory. Poster presented at the
28th annual meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, San
Diego, CA.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Psychological Association

				
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