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					                          Marjorie F. Olney, Ph.D., CRC, CPRP
                                      San Diego State University
                 Department of Administration, Rehabilitation & Postsecondary Education
                                      3590 Camino Del Rio North
                                         San Diego, CA 92108
                                      Telephone: (619) 594-6883
                                          Fax: (619) 594-4208
                                   Internet: molney@mail.sdsu.edu
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EDUCATION
1995                 Syracuse University, Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Counseling.
1992                 Syracuse University, M.S. in Rehabilitation Counseling.
1985                 Empire State College, State University of New York, B.S. in Human Services
                     Management/Human Development.
CERTIFICATION
1995-present         Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, ID Number 00013951
2008-present         Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Provider, ID Number 173844

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS
2002-present         San Diego State University
                     Department of Administration, Rehabilitation, and Post-Secondary Education:
                     Associate Professor
1997-2002            University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
                     Department of Community Health: Assistant Professor
2001-2002            Department of Special Education: Visiting Assistant Professor
1996-1997            Cazenovia College
                     Department of Human Services: Adjunct Professor
1990-1996            Syracuse University
                     School of Education: Instructor; Adjunct Professor; Teaching Assistant
1988-1992            Pioneer Agency, Inc., Syracuse, NY: Director of Vocational Services; Interim Director
1981-1988            Syracuse Developmental Disabilities Office, Syracuse, NY.
                     Supported Employment/Day Program: Rehabilitation Counselor; Rehabilitation Assistant

AWARDS/HONORS
2008                 Alliant University: Keynote Speaker: 2008 Diversity Conference
2007                 San Diego State University: Exemplary Academic Advisor Nominee
2006                 San Diego State University Press Release: Outstanding SDSU Faculty Researcher (one of
                     five named)
2000-2002            Chi Sigma Iota—Upsilon Iota
                     Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society: Member
1998-2001            University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
                     Incomplete List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students
                     Daily Illini, Fall 1998; Spring 1999; Spring 2000; Fall 2000; Spring 2001
1996                 Onondaga Community Living, Inc.: Keynote Speaker
1993-1994            Syracuse University
                     University-Wide Fellowship: Graduate Fellow
                     Research and Creative Projects Grant: Recipient




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PUBLICATIONS--Articles in Journals
   1.    Degeneffe, C. E., & Olney, M.F. (in press). “We are the forgotten victims”: Perspectives of adult siblings of
         persons with traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury.
   2.    Olney, M.F., Gagne, L., White, M., Bennett, M., Evans, C. (2010). Effective counseling methods for
         rehabilitation counselors: Motivational interviewing and solution-focused therapy. Rehabilitation
         Education, 23(2), 233-244.
   3.    Burke, H.S., Degeneffe, C.E., & Olney, M.F. (2009). A new disability for rehabilitation counselors: Iraq war
         veterans with traumatic brain injury and posttraumatic stress disorder. Journal of Rehabilitation, 75(3), 5-
         14.
   4.    Hampton, N. Z., & Olney, M. F. (2008). An innovative blended international psychiatric rehabilitation
         course: Theoretical, pedagogical and practical considerations. Rehabilitation Education, 22(3-4), 203-214.
   5.    Degeneffe, C. E., & Olney, M. (2008). Future concerns of adult siblings of persons with traumatic brain
         injury. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 51(4), 240-250.
   6.    Olney, M. F., (2007). Caught in a social safety net: Perspectives of recipients of social security disability
         programs on employment. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 38(2), 5-13.
   7.    Kennedy, J., & Olney, M. F. (2006). Factors associated with workforce participation among SSDI
         beneficiaries. Journal of Rehabilitation, 72(4), 24-30.
   8.    Olney, M. F., & Brockelman, K. F. (2005). The impacts of visibility of disability and gender on the self-
         concept of university students with disabilities. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 18(1),
         80-91.
   9.    Kennedy, J., M. Olney & C. Schiro-Geist (2004). A national profile of SSDI applicants: Implications for early
         intervention, Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 15(3), 178-185.
   10.   Olney, M. F., Kennedy, J., Brockelman, K.F., & Newsom, M. (2004). Do you have a disability? A population-
         based test of acceptance, denial, and adjustment among adults with disabilities in the U.S. Journal of
         Rehabilitation, 70(1), 4-9.
   11.   Olney, M. F., & Brockelman, K. F. (2003). Out of the disability closet: Strategic use of perception
         management by university students in the U.S. Disability & Society, 18(1), 35-50.
   12.   Brockelman, K.F., Olney, M.F., & Williams, S. (2002). Social distance in response to psychiatric labels.
         International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 25 (4), 253-259.
   13.   Olney, M., Strohmer, D., & Kennedy, J. (2002). Why research matters: Forging a reciprocal relationship
         between the researcher and the practitioner. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 46(1), 2-4.
   14.   Olney, M. F. (2002). Effective approaches to support for persons with autism: Application of the adaptive
         model to vocational rehabilitation. Directions in Rehabilitation Counseling, 13 (5), 57-66. [invited]
   15.   Olney, M. F., & Kennedy, J. (2002). Racial disparities in vocational rehabilitation utilization and job
         placement rates for adults with disabilities. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin,45 (3), 177-185.
   16.   Olney, M. F. (2001). Evidence of literacy in individuals labeled with mental retardation. Disability Studies
         Quarterly, 21 [On-line]. Available: www.cds.hawaii.edu/DSQ/2001/spring/pdf/evidence.pdf
   17.   Kennedy, J. &. Olney, M. F. (2001). Job Discrimination in the post ADA era: Estimates from the 1994 and
         1995 National Health Interview Survey. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 45(1), 24-30.
   18.   Olney, M. F., & Kim, A. (2001). Beyond adjustment: Integration of cognitive disability into identity.
         Disability & Society 16, 563-583.
   19.   Olney, M. F., & Kennedy, J. (2001). National estimates of vocational service utilization and job placement
         for adults with mental retardation. Mental Retardation, 39 (1), 32-39.
   20.   Olney, M. F. (2001). When adults with severe disabilities communicate: Supporting self-determination.
         Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 44 (2), 87-94.
   21.   Olney, M. F. (2000). Working with autism and other social-communication disorders. Journal of
         Rehabilitation, 66 (4), 51-56.
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    22. Olney, M. F., Lehr, S., & Fratangelo, P. (2000). The anatomy of commitment: An in vivo study. Mental
        Retardation. 39, 235-244.
    23. Olney, M. F. (1999). Proactive lifestyle planning: A way to enhance life choices for injured persons. Journal
        of Forensic Vocational Assessment, 2 (1) 22-30.
    24. Olney, M. F. (1999). The roles of support staff in the lives of individuals with severe disabilities. Journal of
        Rehabilitation Administration, 22 (4), 249-257.
    25. Olney, M. F. & Kuper, E. V. (1998). The situation of women with developmental disabilities: Implications
        for practitioners in supported employment. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 29 (2), 3-8.
    26. Olney, M. (1995). Reading between the lines: A case study on facilitated communication. The Journal of
        the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps, 20 (1), 57-65.
    27. Olney M. & Salomone, P. (1992). Empowerment and choice in supported employment: Helping people to
        help themselves. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 23 (3), 41-44.

PUBLICATIONS--Books Authored or Co-Authored
Fratangelo, P., Olney, M. F., & Lehr, S. (2001). One person at a time: How one agency changed from group to
    individualized services for people with disabilities. St. Augustine, FL: Training Resources Network.
Murphy, S. & Rogan, P. with Olney, M., Sures, M., Dague, B., & Kalina, N. (1994). Developing natural supports in
    the workplace: A practitioner’s guide. St. Augustine, FL: Training Resources Network

PUBLICATIONS—Chapters in Books
    1.   Fratangelo, P., & Olney, M.F. (2001). Learning to change the boundaries. In P. Fratangelo, M.F. Olney, & S.
         Lehr (Eds.). One person at a time: How one agency changed from group to individualized services for
         people with disabilities (pp. 7-30). St. Augustine, FL: Training Resources Network.
    2.   Olney, M.F. (2001). Staff perspectives and roles. In P. Fratangelo, M.F. Olney, & S. Lehr (Eds.). One person
         at a time: How one agency changed from group to individualized services for people with disabilities (pp.
         45-65). St. Augustine, FL: Training Resources Network.
    3.   Olney, M.F. (2001). Who’s in charge. In P. Fratangelo, M.F. Olney, & S. Lehr (Eds.). One person at a time:
         How one agency changed from group to individualized services for people with disabilities (pp. 67-83). St.
         Augustine, FL: Training Resources Network.
    4.   Olney, M. F. (2000). How individuals with autism and other cognitive disabilities manage: Approaches,
         strategies and theory revisited. 1999 TASH Conference Yearbook.
    5.   Olney, M. (1997). A controlled study of facilitated communication using computer games. In D. Biklen &
         D. Cardinal (Eds.) Contested words, contested science. New York: Teacher's College Press.
    6.   Murphy, S., & Rogan, P. (1995). Closing the shop: Conversion from sheltered to integrated work.
         Baltimore: Paul H. Brooks. (Co-authored Chapter 5).

PUBLICATIONS—Reports & Proceedings
    1.   Kennedy, J., Olney, M. F., Richer, T., & Newsome, M. (2003). A profile of SSDI applicants and beneficiaries,
         Age 18-64: Estimates from the 1994 and 1995 National Health Interview Surveys on Disability. University
         of Illinois: Disability Research Institute.
    2.   Kennedy, J., & Olney, M.F. (2000). Work discrimination in a post-ADA era: Estimates from the 1994 and
         1995 national Health Interview Surveys. U.S. Department of Education.
    3.   Olney, M. F., & Harris, P. (1998). It’s All Business: Working Order Site Visit Report. Syracuse University:
         Center on Human Policy.
    4.   Murphy, S., Rogan, P., Olney, M., Sures, M., Dague, B., & Kalina, N. (1993). Developing natural supports in
         the workplace. Syracuse, NY: Center on Human Policy Press, Syracuse University.


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PUBLICATIONS—Dissertation
Olney, M. (1995). A controlled evaluation of facilitated communication: Time and Task sampling approach to
    validation. (Doctoral dissertation, Syracuse University,1995). Dissertation Abstracts International, 57(4).

PUBLICATIONS—Book Reviews
Olney, M. F. (2001). The forgotten generation: The status and challenges of adults with mild cognitive limitations by
    Alexander J.Tymchuk, K. Charlie Lakin, and Ruth Luckasson. Disability Studies Quarterly [On-line], 21(4).
    Available: www.cds.Hawaii.edu/dsq

GRANTS RECEIVED

External Funding
National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (10/07-9/10). Assessing the impact of Medicare-D on
      SSDI beneficiaries. (PR/Award No. H133G060059). (Co-Investigator). $600,000.
Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families (9/07-9/10). Center for
     Emerging Leadership (CEL): Peer to peer mentorship by and for people with developmental disabilities.
     CFDA #93.631, (Project Director) $448,908
California State Council on Developmental Disabilities (10/06-3/08). ProjectLEADERS (Project Director) $100,000
Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration (7/05-6/10). Rehabilitation Counseling Program
     Specialization in Psychiatric Rehabilitation. (PR/Award No. H129H050008). (Project Director). $500,000
Department of Health and Human Services; Administration for Children and Families (10/04—9/07). Center for
     Emerging Leadership (CEL): Peer to peer mentorship by and for people with developmental disabilities. (CFDA
     #93.631). (Project Director) $281,000
Disability Research Institute (1/02—12/02). A profile of SSDI applicants and beneficiaries age 18-64: Estimates
     from the 1994 and 1995 National Health Interview Surveys on Disability. (Co-investigator) $47,543

University Funding
International Studies Program, San Diego State University (5/07). Summer Study Programs for Rehabilitation
   Counseling Students in Hong Kong and Beijing, China. (Nan Zhang Hampton & Marjorie F. Olney) $5,000
College of Education, San Diego State University (2005). Emerging trends initiative“Teaching better with
     technology” summer projects $1000 and technical support.
Grant-in-Aid, San Diego State University (2005—2006). Return to work for recipients of Social Security benefits:
     Participant perspectives (Principle Investigator) $2,982.
College of Education Inquiry Grant, San Diego State University (1/03—5/03). Disincentives to employment for
     recipients of Social Security benefits: A qualitative investigation of recipient perspectives (Principal
     Investigator) $1000.
Mary Jane Neer Research Fund, The University of Illinois (6/00—5/01). Are you disabled? A multi-method inquiry
     on the nature of disability labeling on self and others. (Principal Investigator) $12,820.
Mary Jane Neer Research Fund (6/98–5/99). An examination of strategies adopted by young adults with
     neurological disabilities: A pilot study. (Principal Investigator) $13,990.
Research and Creative Projects Grant, Syracuse University (1994). The impact of facilitated communication on the
     vocational and social lives of adults. (Principal Investigator) $1,048.
University-Wide Fellowship, Syracuse University. (1993-1994) $12,000.
Nancy Lurie Marks Fellowship, Syracuse University (1994—1995) $5,000.
EDITORIAL CONSULTATION
2003—present               Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Member, Editorial Board
2005—present               Journal of Rehabilitation, Reviewer
2008—present               Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, Reviewer
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2008—present                Educational Review, Reviewer
2009                        Women & Health, Reviewer
1997—2006                   Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Consulting Editor
2001—2002                   Disability Studies Quarterly, Book Reviewer
2001—2003                   Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Reviewer

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Olney, M.F. (2010, June). Strategies for Success in the Workplace: From Research to Practice to Personal
    Experience and Back Again. Boise, Idaho: United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association.
Olney, M. F., & Degeneffe, C.E. (2009, February). Using multiple research methods. National Council on
    Rehabilitation Education, San Antonio, TX.
Bernacchio, C., & Olney, M.F. (2008, October). Using UDL to Enhance Relationships & Outcomes in Rehabilitation
    Counselor Supervision. San Diego, CA: National Rehabilitation Counseling Association.
Bernacchio, C., & Olney, M.F. (2008, June). Utilizing Learning Networks to Enhance Access and Integrate
    Technology in PSR Education, Lombard, IL: United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association.
Olney, M.F., & Hampton, N.J. (2008, June). Psychiatric Rehabilitation in an International Context: An Experiential,
    Multi-method Approach to Teaching. Lombard, IL: United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association.
Olney, M. F., & Miller, J. (2008, May). The “Invisible” Minorities: LGBT and Disability Populations. San Diego, CA:
    San Diego State University Diversity 2008 Conference.
Olney, M.F., Miller, J., & Degeneffe, C.E. (April, 2008). Invisibility and Stigma of Sexual Minorities:
    Practical Steps for Building Greater Awareness and Empathy within the Mental Health Community. Los
    Angeles, CA: National Association of Social Workers.
Olney, M. F., & Hampton, N. Z. (2008, February). Development and Delivery of a Blended International Course:
    Networks, Logistics & Teaching Strategies. National Council on Rehabilitation Education, San Antonio, TX.
Olney, M. F., Davis-Fradet, G., Collins, J., Wyatt, D., Huezo, M., Nieves, P., Jackson, J., Miller, J., Coralles, R. (2007,
    October). Psychiatric Rehabilitation Counseling: A New Profession In Support of Recovery. Meeting of the
    Minds, San Diego, CA.
Olney, M. F. (2007, August). Preparing Psychosocial Rehabilitation Professionals:
    Program and Curriculum Development. World Federation on Mental Health, Hong Kong.
Olney, M.F., Goforth, J., & Jackson, B. (2007, August). “Mama Said There’d Be Days Like This: A Humorous Look at
    Employing and Empowering Youth”. Administration on Developmental Disabilities (ADD) 2007 Technical
    Assistance Institute. Youth Information, Training and Resource Centers,Washington, D.C.
Bernacchio, C., & Olney, M. F. (2007, May). Developing Innovative Instructional Strategies in Psychosocial
    Rehabilitation Education. Annual Conference of the United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association,
    Orlando, FL.
Olney, M. F., Stansfield, L. (2007, February). Occupational therapy & rehabilitation counseling: A case studying
    transition planning. Annual conference of the National Rehabilitation Educators Conference, San Diego, CA.
Olney, M. F., & Collins, R. (2007, February). Mentorship by and for People with Developmental Disabilities. Annual
    Cal-TASH Conference, Manhattan Beach, CA.
Goforth, J., Olney, M. F.., Kingsley, R., Pirino, C., Filley, J., & Keller, L. (2006, May). Learning to be a Self-Advocate.
    People First Self-Advocacy Conference. San Diego, CA.
Olney, M. F.., Kingsley, R., Pirino, C., Filley, J., & Keller, L. (2006, March). Peer Mentoring. Involved Exceptional
    Parents Day. San Diego, CA.
Olney, M. F., & Eaves, S, (2006, February). Are people with developmental disabilities treated fairly by the law?
    Annual Professional Conference of the National Council on Rehabilitation Education, San Diego, CA.
Olney, M. F. (2005, November). Center for Emerging Leadership. TASH, Milwaukee, WI.
Olney, M. F. (2005, April). What if I need special accommodations? University of California at San Diego Outpatient
    Psychiatric Services. San Diego, CA.

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Olney, M. F. (2005, February). Social Security—Social insecurity: Caught in a social safety net. National Council on
    Rehabilitation Education National Conference, Tucson, AZ.
Olney, M. F. (2004, March). San Diego State University Center for Qualitative Research, San Diego State Univ., CA.
Olney, M. F. (2004, February). Barriers to employment: Implications for evidence-based teaching. National Council
    on Rehabilitation Education National Conference, Tucson, AZ.
Olney, M. F. (2003, December). What’s in a name? Beliefs and attitudes revealed through definition of psychiatric
    labels. TASH 2003 Conference, Chicago, IL.
Olney, M. F., & Mowers-Moore, K. (2003, October). Recruitment and retention initiative for Region IX. National
    Training Conference on Rehabilitation Education: Arlington, VA.
Olney, M. F. (2003, March). “Either I can do everything, or I can’t do anything:” Metaperceptions of university
    students with disabilities concerning the beliefs and behaviors of others toward them. San Diego State
    University: Center for Ethnographic Field Studies.
Lehr, S., Fratangelo, P., & Olney, M. F. (2002, Dec.). One person at a time. TASH 2002 Conference: Boston, MA.
Olney, M. F. (2002, Nov.). Adjustment theory: Empirical & ethical issues. Annual meeting of the National
    Rehabilitation Association: Indianapolis, IN.
Olney, M. F. (2001, Oct.). A profile of work activity, living situation, and economic status of adults with mental
    retardation: Evidence from the disability supplement of the National Health Interview Survey. Annual
    Professional Development Symposium of the Alliance for Rehabilitation Counseling. St. Louis, MO.
Olney, M. F. (2001, Apr.). Impacts of gender and visibility of disability on self-perception and metaperception.
    Colloquium presentation to Department of Community Health, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Schiro-Geist, C., Broadbent, E. D., & Olney, M. F. (2001, Apr.). Disability Research Institute. Illinois Rehabilitation
    Association, Grafton, IL.
Olney, M. F., & Brockelman, K. F. (2000, Nov.). “How are you supposed to judge what’s ‘dis’ about it?” Identity
    management of adults with hidden disabilities. Annual meeting of the American Public Health Association,
    Boston, MA.
Olney, M. F. & Kennedy, J. (2000, Sept.). National estimates of the vocational services and placement outcomes for
    adults with mental retardation: An overview. Disability & Employment Conference sponsored by Rehabilitation
    Services Administration, and Council of State Administrators of Vocational Rehabilitation, Philadelphia, PA.
Olney, M. F. (2000, Jun.). The politics of publishing a controversial manuscript: Facilitated communication “in
    review.” Annual meeting of the Society for Disability Studies, Chicago, IL.
Olney, M. F. (2000, May). What is adjustment? The experience of students with cognitive impairments. Annual
    Professional Development Symposium of the Alliance for Rehabilitation Counseling. Plymouth, MA.
Olney, M. F. (2000, May). Identity, self-perception, and disability labeling. Annual meeting of the Illinois
    Rehabilitation Association, Utica, IL.
Olney, M. F. (1999, Dec.). How individuals with autism and other cognitive disabilities manage: Approaches,
    strategies, and theory revisited. Annual meeting of TASH, Chicago, IL.
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Olney, M. F. (1999, Nov.). Designing a survey with salience: First steps. Survey Research in the 21 Century. Survey
    Research Lab, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL.
Olney, M. F. (1999, Aug.). Jumping hurdles: Strategies for obtaining and maintaining employment. Annual meeting
    of Autism Network International, Canadaigua, NY.
Olney, M. F. (1998, Nov.). The roles of support staff in the lives of individuals with severe disabilities: Real Versus
    Ideal. Annual meeting of American Public Health Association, Washington, DC.
Olney, M. F. (1998, Jul.). Gender and supported employment: Hidden biases. Annual meeting of the Association for
    Persons in Supported Employment. Albuquerque, NM.
Walker, P., Olney, M. F., Shoultz, B., Hall, M., & Harris, P. (1997, Dec.). Promoting alternative, integrated day
    activities. Annual conference of TASH, Boston, MA.
Olney, M. F. (1996, Jun.). Approaches to inclusion: Embracing diversity with a purpose. Annual conference of
    Onondaga Community Living, Syracuse, NY.

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Olney, M. F. (1996, Apr.). Advocacy: It’s not what you think. (Keynote address.) Annual meeting of Onondaga
    Community Living, Inc., Syracuse, NY.
Olney, M. F. (1995, Nov.). Time and task sampling approach to validation: A quantitative evaluation of facilitated
    communication using educational computer games. Annual meeting TASH, San Francisco, CA.
Olney, M. F. (1995, Jun.). Creating a new supported employment agency: Triumphs, setbacks, and community
    politics. Annual conference of the Association for Persons in Supported Employment, Denver, CO.
Olney, M. F. (1994, May). A controlled evaluation of facilitated communication: Preliminary report. Annual
    conference of the Facilitated Communication Institute, Syracuse, NY.
Olney, M. F. (1994, Mar.). Communication and adult lives: From method to meaning. Annual conference of the
    New Jersey Association for Persons in Supported Employment, NJ.
Olney, M. F. (1993, Nov.). Nobody ever asked: What adults have to say about the past, present and future. Annual
    conference of TASH, Chicago, IL.
Olney, M. F. (1993, Aug.). Supported employment and communication. Annual conference of the Association for
    Persons in Supported Employment International, Baltimore, MD.
Olney, M. F. (1992, Nov.). Exploring, planning and negotiating passages into adult roles. Annual conference of
    TASH, San Francisco, CA.
Olney, M. F. (1992, Mar.). From segregation to inclusion. Annual meeting of the Association of Community
    Providers, NJ.
Olney, M. F. (1991, Feb.). Natural Supports: A support model for the 90's, & Conversion from sheltered to supported
    employment. Colorado Interagency Conference, Colorado Springs, CO.
Murphy, S. T., Olney, M. F., & Sures, M. (1991, Nov.). Follow-up and perspectives of former workshop participants.
    Annual conference of TASH, Washington DC.

TEACHING—Programs Developed
Specialization in Psychiatric Rehabilitation
    Specialized course of study provides students in the rehabilitation counseling program with the essential
    background, theory, knowledge and methods to maximize their effectiveness with individuals who have
    mental health difficulties. Can be completed in conjunction with the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Certificate.
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Certificate
    The 15 unit (five-course) post-baccalaureate certificate provides professional with theoretical constructs and
    applied knowledge in counseling, career development and supports for individuals with psychiatric disabilities.

TEACHING—Courses Developed
2008—Seminar in Qualitative Methods of Inquiry (ARP 851)[With Frank Harris III]
    Doctoral course provides experiential learning in participant observation, interviewing, and data analysis.
2008—Portrayals of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities in Film: Attitudes, Treatments and Implications for Social
    Change (ARP 744: Practicum in Rehabilitation Counseling)
    Selected films are viewed and analyzed to discover 1) how media both reflects and shapes attitudes toward
    psychiatric disabilities, and 2) as a springboard for learning factual information about psychiatric disabilities.
2008—International Issues in Psychiatric Rehabilitation [with Nan Zhang Hampton] (ARP 740: Advanced Seminar in
    Rehabilitation Counseling)
    Course examines attitude formation, psychiatric disability services and assessment in an international context.
    Experiential and research components form the core of the learning experience.
2005—Seminar in Psychiatric Rehabilitation (ARP 740: Advanced Seminar in Rehabilitation Counseling)
    Course covers advanced psychiatric rehabilitation literature and principles and their application in
    rehabilitation settings. Evidence based and best practices are emphasized.
2004—Fieldwork in Psychiatric Rehabilitation (ARP 743: Fieldwork in Rehabilitation Counseling)


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    Course explores the recovery model of psychiatric rehabilitation. Topics include co-occurring disorders,
    supported employment, consumer and family perspectives, evidence-based practices, and motivational
    interviewing.


1999—Disability in American Society: Issues and Perspectives (CHLTH 301: The University of Illinois).
    Course presents a range of issues pertaining to disability including demographics, disability rights, services,
    policies and current issues. The course applies a disabilities studies perspective, in which individuals’ impairments
    are seen to result from socially imposed barriers.

TEACHING
Courses Taught at San Diego State University
2009, 2010-- Seminar in Psychiatric Rehabilitation(ARP 680) [Note: ARP 680 has the same course content as ARP
    743. Course number was changed for staffing purposes]
2008, 2009, 2010—Qualitative Methods of Inquiry (ARP 851)—Doctoral Seminar.
2008—Portrayals of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities in Film: Attitudes, Treatments and Implications for Social
    Change (ARP 744: Practicum in Rehabilitation Counseling).
2007—International Issues in Psychiatric Rehabilitation (ARP 740),
2006, 2007, 2008—Seminar in Psychiatric Rehabilitation (ARP 740).
2006, 2007, 2008—Job Placement.(ARP 687).
2006, 2007, 2008—Fieldwork in Psychiatric Rehabilitation (ARP 743)
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, Summer 2009 (Samoa), Fall (on-line), 2010 (campus)—Theory and
Process of Counseling (ARP 660).
2002, 2003, 2003, 2004, 2004, 2005, 2010—Practicum in Rehabilitation (ARP 744).
2003, 2005, 2007—Internship for Rehabilitation (ARP 745).
2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008—Rehabilitation Foundations (ARP 684).
2002, 2003—Group Dynamics in Rehabilitation (ARP 648).

Courses Taught at The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002—Social and Psychological Aspects of Disability.
1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001—Introduction to Rehabilitation.
1998, 2000—Job Placement.
1999, 2000, 2001 (Fall & Spring); 2002 (Spring only)—Disability in American Society: Issues and Perspectives.

Course Taught at Cazenovia College
1997—Therapeutic Recreation.

Courses Taught at Syracuse University
1994 (Fall & Spring); 1995 (Spring); 1996 (Fall)—Psychological and Social Aspects of Disability.
1995—Introduction to Special Education.
1993—Supported Employment (with Patricia Rogan)



Thesis & Dissertation Advising
Travis Coufal (2008-2009). A portrait of friendship: Communication in the relationships of persons with
    developmental disabilities. Department of Communications: San Diego State University (Thesis committee
    member).

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Stephanie Holt (2001-2002). Empirical assessment of coping methods in students with and without disabilities.
    Department of Community Health, University of Illinois. (Thesis advisor).
Theresa Richer (2001-2002). Barriers to employment for persons with disabilities. Department of Community
    Health, University of Illinois. (Thesis advisor).
Stephen Hoffman (2000-present). Qualitative analysis of self-perception of men with physical disabilities.
    Department of Special Education, University of Illinois. (Member, dissertation committee).
Karin Brockelman (2000-2001). Social distance and psychiatric disability. Department of Community Health,
    University of Illinois (Thesis advisor).
Mary Ellen Michaels (1999-2000). Evaluation of Alcohol 101 intervention. Department of Community Health,
    University of Illinois. (Member, dissertation committee).


UNIVERSITY SERVICE
San Diego State University
College Committee Assignments (College of Education)
     Curriculum Committee, (2003-present); Chair (2008—present)
     Policy Council Committee (2002—2005); Chair (2004-2005); Member at Large (2003—2004)
     Committee on Committees (2002—2005)
     Honors & Awards Committee (2006, 2008, 2009)
Department Committee Assignments (Administration, Rehabilitation & Postsecondary Education)
     Recruitment & Retention (Chair, 2003—present)
     Personnel Committee (Chair, 2006—2008)
     Curriculum Committee (2002—present)
     California Taskforce for Licensure (Department representative (2007—present)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
College and University Committee Assignments (College of Applied Life Studies)
     Disability Research Institute Advisory Committee (1999-2001)
     Provost’s Committee on Campuswide Access and Accommodation (2000—2002)
Department Committee Assignments (Department of Community Health)
     Graduate Admissions Committee (2000—2002); Chair (2000—2002)
     Curriculum Committee (1998—2001)
     Advisory Committee (1999—2000)
     Chi Sigma Iota—Upsilon Iota: Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society; Faculty Advisor (1998—
     2002)

NATIONAL SERVICE
National Organizations
National Council on Rehabilitation Education—NCRE (Member, 2002-present);
    Psychiatric Rehabilitation Research Group, Member 2005-present (Co-chair 2008-2009)
Consortium of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Educators—CPRE (Member, 2005-present)
United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association—USPRA (Member, 2006—present)
    Education & Training Committee (Member, 2006-present)
    Research Committee, (Member, 2008-present)
    Conference Committee (Proposal Reviewer, 2007)
 American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA);
    Editorial Board, Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin (2003—present)
  Council on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC)
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    Certification in Rehabilitation Counseling Cut Score Workshop (Panelist, 2003)
  National Association on Rehabilitation Counseling (NRCA)
    Certification Maintenance Council (Chair, 2000—2003)
  TASH--Conference Committee (Proposal Reviewer, 2005, 2006, 2007)


REGIONAL, STATE AND COMMUNITY
Nonprofit Organizations
Employment and Community Options (not-for-profit providing employment services to adults with disabilities)
   Member, Board of Directors (2007—2009)
   Chair, Program & Services Committee (2008—2009)
Community Options (not-for-profit agency providing employment services to adults with disabilities)
   Member, Leadership Council (2003—2007)
PACE Inc., Center for Independent Living, Urbana, IL; Member, Long-Range Planning Committee (2000—2002)
Champaign Community Advocacy, Mentoring and Resources (CCAMR), Champaign, IL: Board of Directors (Member
   1998—2001); Consultant: 2000—2001
Onondaga Community Living, Inc., Syracuse, NY (non-profit organization providing supported living and supported
   employment services to adults with developmental disabilities). Board of Directors: (Member,1995—1997);
   Chair, Supported Employment Committee, 1995—1997)

Regional, State and Local Entities
CRP-RCEP IX (Grant funded training program serving a five-state area); Instructor (2002—2008)
RCEP IX (Grant funded training program serving a five-state area); Instructor (2003—2008)
Rehabilitation Services Administration. Co-chair, Recruitment and Retention Committee, Region IX (2003-2005)
San Diego County
     Mental Health Services Act: Allocation Panelist (2008); Stakeholders Group member (2005)
     Psychiatric Rehabilitation Advisory Group (Consortium of providers of psych rehabilitation services): Member
     (2002—2005) ; Chair, Development Committee (2003—2005).
University of California at San Diego, Gifford Clinic (outpatient psychiatric services); Presenter (2004, 2005).
Office of Rehabilitation Services of the State of Illinois; Faculty Mentor Comprehensive System of Personnel
     Development (CSPD), Springfield, IL (2000—2002)




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