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									                                     Sharon A. Bell, PsyD

17235 N. 75th Ave, Suite E-170                                    Phone:         623-486-3001
Glendale, AZ 853808                                               Fax:           623-486-1636
skbell23@cox.net                                                  Cellular:      623-398-4814



EDUCATION

      CO School of Professional Psychology         Clinical Health Psychology    PsyD            2007
      CO School of Professional Psychology         Counseling Psychology         MA              2005
      University of Phoenix                        Business Administration       BSBA            1996

LICENSURE & AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

      Arizona Licensed Clinical Health Psychologist (license #3984)
      Medical Psychology
      Chronic Pain Management
      Geropsychology

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

      Sharon A. Bell, PsyD PLLC                                                  2008 -
      Clinical Health Psychologist
      17235 N. 75th Ave, Suite E-170
      Glendale, AZ 85308

             Private practice providing individual, group, and family intervention; specializing in
             the psychological adjustment to chronic illness, traumatic brain injury, healthy aging, and
             pain management.


      Post-Doctoral Residency                                                    2007-2008
      Mentus Behavioral Health Group
      4620 N. 16th Street, #E-110
      Phoenix, AZ 85016
      Supervisor: Carl Bonacci, PhD
             Specialization in the area of geriatric neuropsychological assessment, chronic pain
             management and treatment in the traumatic brain injured, chronic medical, severely
             mentally impaired, and geriatric population. Special focus on advanced differential
             diagnosis of the dementias. Conducted bariatric pre-surgical evaluations, competency
             evaluation and coordinated care among healthcare treatment teams. Extensive
             experience in the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System and Arizona Long
             Term Care System. Residency included 2,000 supervised hours.

      Pre-Doctoral Internship                                                    2006-2007
      Arizona Psychology Training Consortium
      Mentus Behavioral Health Group
      Supervisor: Carl Bonacci, PhD
          Participation in an APPIC approved pre-doctoral internship through the Arizona
          Psychological Association’s Training Consortium. Specialization in the area of geriatric
          neuropsychological assessment, chronic pain management and treatment in the
          traumatic brain injured, chronic medical and geriatric population. The average patient in
          this population suffers with 2-12 chronic medical illnesses and two or more psychiatric
          illnesses. Special focus on basic differential diagnosis of the dementias. Internship
          included 2,000 supervised hours.

   Advanced External Practicum Placement                                      2006
   The Family Practice
   Supervisor: Kelly Orr, PhD, ABPP

          Placement focused on assessment in an outpatient primary care medical practice.
          Conducted pre-surgical bariatric evaluations, flight evaluations, and full
          neuropsychological batteries on adults and psychological evaluations on children. Total
          of 200 supervised hours (172.5 direct contact).

   Doctoral Practicum Counselor                                               2005-2006
   Switzer Counseling Center
   Supervisor: Sandra Knight, PhD

          Conducted both short and long-term therapy with ethnically diverse patients ranging in
          age from 16 to 62 years. Provided treatment for depression, anxiety, trauma, sexual
          abuse, family conflict, acculturation and identity issues, adjustment disorders, substance
          abuse, personality disorders, and other presenting concerns. Total of 928.5 hours (439
          direct contact, 285 assessment).

   Group Facilitator                                                    2006
   Switzer Counseling Center
   Supervisors: Birget Fischer, PhD (DBT groups)
                  Kelly Orr, PhD (Healthy Thinking and Pain Management)

          Co-facilitated Dialectical Behavior Therapy skills training group focused on core
          mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.
          Designed and implemented Healthy Thinking and Pain Management psychoeducation
          groups. Healthy Thinking (4 weeks) focused on practical utilization of Albert Ellis’ ABC
          Model for debating irrational beliefs. Pain Management (6 weeks) focused on use of
          cognitive-behavioral techniques to reduce suffering and self- management of chronic
          pain.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

   Adjunct Faculty                                                            2007 – Present
   Paradise Valley Community College
   18401 N. 32nd Street
   Phoenix, AZ 85032
   Supervisor/Division Chair: Kevin Arps

          Course presently taught: Psychology 101

   Teaching Assistant                                                         2005-2006
   Colorado School of Professional Psychology
   Department of Health Psychology
   Supervisor: Richard H. Cox, MD, PhD, DMin
              Courses taught: Biological Basis of Behavior, Psychopharmacology, Theories and
              Techniques of Hypnosis, and Advanced Hypnosis and Practicum II

       Teaching Assistant                                                        2005-2006
       Colorado School of Professional Psychology
       Department of Neuropsychology
       Supervisor: Roger Williams, PhD

              Courses taught: Cognitive/Affective Basis of Behavior and Neuropsychology.

PROFESSIONAL W ORK EXPERIENCE

       President & Owner                                                         2004-2007
       Home & Hearth Realty, Inc.
       Colorado Springs, CO

       President & Owner                                                         2004-2007
       Family Village, Inc.
       Colorado Springs, CO

       President & Owner                                                         1996-2004
       Golden Holdings, LLC
       Colorado Springs, CO

       Consulting Manager                                                        1996-1997
       MRI of Colorado
       Colorado Springs, CO

       Director of Diagnostic Services/Assistant Administrator                   1994-1996
       Memorial Hospital/Screven Co. Branch
       Savannah, GA

       Radiology Supervisor                                                      1988-1994
       Deaconess Hospital
       Oklahoma City, OK

       Radiology Manager                                                         1986-1988
       Healdton Hospital
       Healdton, OK

INVITED LECTURES

March 7, 2008. “Arizona State University CRESMET’s Virtual Counseling Center: Counseling
Psychology Responding to National Priorities in a Global Society. Research on academic and life skill
programming in the VCC.” Invited speaker. 2008 International Counseling Psychology Conference.
Chicago, IL.

January 15, 2008. “I’m in Pain, Can’t You Hear Me? Complexity of Pain Management in the Geriatric
Population.” Invited speaker. Grand Rounds, Psychiatry Annex. Maricopa County Integrated Health
System. Phoenix, AZ.

January 10, 2008. “I’m in Pain, Can’t You Hear Me? Complexity of Pain Management in the Geriatric
Population.” Invited speaker. Grand Rounds, Psychiatry Department, Desert Vista. Maricopa County
Integrated Health System. Phoenix, AZ.
December 18, 2007. “I’m in Pain, Can’t You Hear Me? Complexity of Pain Management in the Geriatric
Population.” Invited speaker. Geriatric Fellowship Grand Rounds. Sun Health Research Institute.
Phoenix, AZ.

September 30, 2007. “I’m in Pain, Can’t You Hear Me? Complexity of Pain Management in the Geriatric
Population.” Invited speaker at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Pain Management,
September 26-30, 2007. Las Vegas, NV.

June 1, 2007. “Healthy Thinking: Simple as ABCs.” Invited speaker for pilot study at Arizona State
University Virtual Counseling Center. Tempe, Arizona.

April 23, 2006. “The Diamond of Health®: Your Guide to Overcome the Effects of Aging and Hormone
Insufficiency Syndrome.” Invited speaker at World Nutrition Seminar Series. Tokyo, Japan.

April 22, 2006. “The Diamond of Health®: Your Guide to Overcome the Effects of Aging and Hormone
Insufficiency Syndrome.” Invited speaker at World Nutrition Seminar Series. Osaka, Japan.

April 21, 2006. “The Diamond of Health®: Your Guide to Overcome the Effects of Aging and Hormone
Insufficiency Syndrome.” Invited speaker at World Nutrition Seminar Series. Fukuoka, Japan.

April 20, 2006. “The Diamond of Health®: Your Guide to Overcome the Effects of Aging and Hormone
Insufficiency Syndrome.” Invited speaker at World Nutrition Seminar Series. Tokyo, Japan.

October 14, 2005, “The future in pain management: Role of a psychologist.” Colorado School of
Professional Psychology, Inaugural Dinner of the Student Chapter of the American Academy of Pain
Management. Colorado Springs, CO.

PUBLICATIONS

Garbarini, B., Bell, S., & Horan, J. (2008). Healthy Thinking: Evaluation of an Internet Delivered
Rational Emotive Education Program. Division 17 Student Poster Session, APA Convention,
August 14-17, 2008. Boston, MA.

Bell, S., & Horan, J. (2007). Healthy Thinking: Simple as ABCs [Audio/Visual Psychoeducation
Program]. Arizona State University Virtual Counseling Center. Tempe, AZ.

Bell, S., & Miles A. (2007). The Diamond of Health®: Your Guide to Overcome the Effects of Aging and
Hormone Insufficiency Syndrome. {in press}

ADDITIONAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATES

Theories and Techniques of Hypnosis, Progressive Relaxation therapy and Guided Imagery I, 2005
Advanced Hypnosis and Practicum II, 2005
Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Treating the Multiple-disordered, Suicidal Patient, 2004.
Skills Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, 2004
Dialectical Behavior Therapy, DBT with Adolescents, 2003

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND AW ARDS

American Academy of Pain Management, Education Advisory Committee, 2006-Present
American Academy of Pain Management Student Chapter, President, 2005
International Who’s Who of Professionals, 1996
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Psychological Association
APA, Division 38, Clinical Health Psychology
American Academy of Pain Management
American Geriatrics Society
Arizona Psychological Association

								
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