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					              Kate B. Wolitzky-Taylor, M.A.
                    Curriculum Vitae
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University of Texas at Austin                 Phone: 512.680.5805 (cell)
Department of Psychology                      Fax: 512.475.6172
Laboratory for the Study of Anxiety Disorders Email: kwolitzky@mail.utexas.edu
Seay Psychology Building, Suite 3.112
1 University Station A8000
Austin, Texas 78712
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EDUCATION

Charleston Consortium Internship (Medical University of South             to begin 8/08
Carolina and the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center)
Traumatic Stress Track
University of Texas at Austin, Doctoral Candidate                         2/06-present
(dissertation defended March 2008)
University of Texas at Austin, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student       8/03-present
University of Texas at Austin, Master of Arts (M.A.) in Psychology        awarded 12/05
Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)               8/98-5/02
Major: Psychology; Minor: Art History
Graduated with highest honors in psychology
Institute for Social and International Studies, Barcelona, Spain          1/00-5/00
University High School, Tucson, Arizona                                   8/94-5/98

HONORS AND AWARDS

Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA)                awarded 9/05
Individual Predoctoral Fellowship funded by the National Institutes of    through 9/08
Mental Health (F31)

2nd year clinical case presentation selected to be presented as part of   11/06
a symposium talk on empirically based clinical training programs at
ABCT in Chicago, IL

John Wallace Dallenbach Fellowship in Psychology (Univ. of Texas)         awarded 8/05

Wechsler Travel Award (Univ. of Texas)                                    2004

Stanley Scholar Predoctoral Fellowship for research at the Medical        4/04-8/04
University of South Carolina (MUSC)

Graduated summa cum laude (highest honors) in psychology, Emory           2002
University
Emory University Psychology Honors Student                                 2001-2002

Emory College Deans List                                 spring 2000, fall 2000, fall 2001

Psi Chi Psychology Honors Society                                          2000-2002

National Merit Commended Scholar                                           1996

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
American Psychological Association (APA)
Society of Clinical Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 12
Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy (ABCT)
Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA)

PUBLICATIONS

Olatunji, B. O., Wolitzky-Taylor, K. B., Willems, J., Lohr, J. M., & Armstrong, T. (in
press). Differential habituation of fear and disgust during exposure to threat-relevant
stimuli in contamination-based OCD. Journal of Anxiety Disorders.

Olatunji, B. O., Wolitzky-Taylor. K., Elwood, L., Connolly, K., Gonzales,
B. & Armstrong, T. (in press). Anxiety sensitivity and health anxiety in a nonclinical
sample: Specificity and prospective relations with clinical stress. Cognitive Therapy and
Research.

Wolitzky, K.B. & Telch, M.J. (in press). Augmenting in vivo exposure with fear
antagonistic strategies: A preliminary test. Behavior Therapy.

Wolitzky-Taylor, K.B., Ruggiero, K.J., Danielson, C.K., Resnick, H.S., Hanson, R.F.,
Smith, D.W., Saunders, B.E. & Kilpatrick, D.G. (in press). Prevalence and correlates of
serious dating violence in a national sample of adolescents. Journal of the American
Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

Wolitzky-Taylor, K.B., Horowitz, J.D., Powers, M.B., & Telch, M.J. (in press).
Psychological approaches to specific phobias: A meta-analysis. Clinical Psychology
Review.

Cougle, J.R., Lee, H., Horowitz, J.D., Wolitzky, K.B., & Telch, M.J. (in press). An
exploration of the relationship between mental pollution and OCD symptoms. Journal of
Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry.

Cougle, J.R., Wolitzky-Taylor, K.B., Lee, H. & Telch, M.J. (2007). Mechanisms of
change in ERP treatment of compulsive handwashing: Does primary threat make a
difference? Behaviour Research and Therapy, 45, 1149-1459.
Wolitzky, K.B., Fivush, R., Zimand, E., Hodges, L., Rothbaum, B.O. (2005)
Effectiveness of virtual reality distraction during a painful medical procedure in pediatric
oncology patients. Psychology & Health, 20, 817-824.

Brawman-Mintzer, O., Monnier, J., Wolitzky, K., Falsetti, S. (2005). Generalized
anxiety disorder patients with a history of trauma: Somatic symptom endorsement.
Journal of Psychiatric Practice, 11, 212-215.

Monnier, J., Brawman-Mintzer, O., Wolitzky, K.B., Labatte, L. (2004).
Pharmacotherapy for generalized anxiety disorder. International Drug Therapy
Newsletter, 39, 89-96.

MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW

Olatunji, B.O., Wolitzky-Taylor, K.B., Babson, K.A. & Feldner, M.T. (under review).
Anxiety sensitivity and CO2 challenge distress habituation: Differential effects of arousal,
affect, and perceived control.

Cougle, J.R., Lee, H., Wolitzky-Taylor, K.B., & Telch, M.J. (under review). An
examination of beliefs associated with compulsive washing symptoms.

Deacon, B., Fawzy, T.I., Lickel, J.J. & Wolitzky-Taylor, K.B. (under review). Cognitive
defusion versus cognitive restructuring for negative body image concerns: An analogue
investigation of process and outcome.

MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION

Wolitzky, K.B., Rellini, A., & Telch, M.J. (in prep). Investigating mechanisms of change
in exposure treatments for acrophobia.

Wolitzky, K.B., Cougle, J.R., & Telch, M.J. (in prep). Academic worry questionnaire:
scale validation and the relations among pathological academic worry, academic
achievement, and study habits.

Wolitzky, K.B., & Telch, M.J. (in prep). Randomized clinical trial investigating the
efficacy of self-administered treatments for pathological worry.

Wolitzky, K.B., Pai, A.V., & Telch, M.J. (in prep). An examination of the effects of
speech type and audience feedback on exposure treatment for social phobia.

Wolitzky-Taylor, K.B. & Telch, M.J. (in prep). A meta-analysis examining the
differential efficacy of psychosocial treatments for generalized anxiety disorder.

Wolitzky-Taylor, K.B., Ruggiero, K.J., Resnick, H.S., Hanson, R.F., Smith, D.W.,
Saunders, B.E. & Kilpatrick, D.G. (in prep). Trends in suicidal ideation among
adolescents from the 1990s to the 2000s.
Olatunji, B.O. & Wolitzky-Taylor, K.B. (in prep). Fear and disgust processing during
repeated exposure to threat-relevant stimuli in spider phobia.
Telch, M.J., Smits, J.A.J., Powers, M.B., Lee, H., Cougle, J.R., Wolitzky, K.B., &
Horowitz, J.D. (in prep). Examination of the efficacy of adding a safety behavior
continuation group to CBT for panic disorder.

Ragan, J.D., Holahan, C.J., Telch, M.J., & Wolitzky, K.B. (in prep). Outcomes and
mediating effects of reassurance-seeking in the treatment of depression.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Wolitzky, K.B., & Telch, M.J. (2004). Placebo Controlled Trial Investigating the
Efficacy of Encouraging Anti-Phobic Actions during In Vivo Exposure
Therapy. Poster presented at the Annual Conference for the Association for the
Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New Orleans, LA.

Wolitzky, K.B., Rellini, A., & Telch, M.J. (2005). Placebo Controlled Trial Investigating
the Mechanisms of Fear Reduction during Exposure-Based Treatment Encouraging the
Performance of Anti-Phobic Actions. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the
Anxiety Disorders Association of America, Seattle, WA.

Wolitzky, K.B., Rellini, A., & Telch, M.J. (2005). Potential Cognitive Variables
Mediating Treatment Outcome after Exposure Treatments for Specific Phobia. Poster
presented at the Annual Conference for the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive
Therapy, Washington, D.C.

Horowitz, J.D., Wolitzky, K.B., Powers, M.B. & Telch, M.J. (2005). Psychosocial
treatments for specific phobia: a meta-analysis. Poster presented at the Annual
Conference for the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy, Washington, D.C.

Cougle, J.R., Lee, H., Wolitzky, K.B., & Telch, M.J. (2005). Confidence in remembering
and knowing judgments in sub-clinical compulsive checkers. Poster presented at the
Annual Conference for the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy,
Washington, D.C.

Cougle, J.R., Wolitzky, K.B., Lee, H. & Telch, M.J. (2005). Threat expectancies and
disgust as mediators of anxiety and urge to wash in ERP treatment of compulsive
handwashing. Poster presented at the Annual Conference for the Association of
Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy, Washington, D.C.

Lee, H., Cougle, J.R., Horowitz, J.D., Wolitzky, K.B., & Telch, M.J. (2005). Can we
distinctively cluster patients with panic disorder based on panic attack criteria symptoms
of DSM-IV? Poster presented at the Annual Conference for the Association of Behavioral
and Cognitive Therapy, Washington, D.C.
Wolitzky, K.B., Cougle, J.R., & Telch, M.J. (2006). Academic Worry Questionnaire
(AWQ): Scale Validation and the Relations Among Pathological Academic Worry,
Academic Achievement, and Study Habits. Poster presented at the Annual Conference
for the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Chicago, IL.

Wolitzky, K.B. & Telch, M.J. (2006). An Examination of Self-Administered
Interventions to Reduce Pathological Academic Worry. Poster presented at the Annual
Conference for the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Chicago, IL.

Cougle, J.R., Lee, H., Horowitz, J.D., Wolitzky, K.B., & Telch, M.J. (2006). An
Exploration of the Relationship between Mental Pollution and OCD Symptoms. Poster
presented at the Annual Conference for the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive
Therapies, Chicago, IL.

Wolitzky-Taylor, K.B. & Telch, M.J. (2007). Placebo-controlled Trial Investigating
Self-Administered Treatment for Pathological Worry. Poster presented at the World
Congress of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies, Barcelona, Spain.

Wolitzky-Taylor, K.B., Pai, A.V. & Telch, M.J. (2007). The effects of speech type and
audience feedback on exposure treatment for social phobia. Poster presented at the
Annual Conference for the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies,
Philadelphia, PA.

Cougle, J.R., Wolitzky-Taylor, K.B., Lee, H., & Telch, M.J. (2007). Role of primary
threat in moderating the changes in disgust and urge to wash in ERP treatment.
Symposium presented at the Annual Conference for the Association of Behavioral and
Cognitive Therapies, Philadelphia, PA.


RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Principal Investigator
Laboratory for the Study of Anxiety Disorders
University of Texas at Austin, Department of Psychology
Austin, Texas
Director/Supervisor: Michael J. Telch, Ph.D.
Studies:
Manipulating parameters of exposure treatment for social phobia, public 9/05-present
speaking type: Do type of speech and audience feedback enhance outcome?

Evaluating the efficacy of self-administered interventions to reduce  4/05-1/08
pathological academic worry
Support from NIMH: Individual Predoctoral National Research Service Award
(NRSA) 9/05-9/08

Placebo-controlled trial investigating the efficacy of encouraging      11/03-12/05
oppositional actions during in vivo exposure therapy for acrophobia
Visiting Scholar/Extern                                                    8/07-present
National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center (NCVC)
Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston, South Carolina
Supervisor: Kenneth Ruggiero, PhD

Studies:
Development and evaluation of a Web-based intervention for disaster victims

Assisted with the following grant proposals:
PE-Web: Online training for VA providers in prolonged exposure for PTSD
Web intervention for veterans at risk for PTSD and substance abuse

Research Coordinator/Clinical Assessment Specialist                         8/07-present
Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center
Charleston, South Carolina
Supervisor: Zhewu Wang, M.D.
Principal Investigators: Zhewu Wang, M.D. and Mark Hamner, M.D.
Studies:
A placebo-controlled trial of adjunctive quetiapine fumarate for refractory PTSD

Monoamine Transporter Genes: PTSD with Substance Dependence Risk Factor

Graduate Research Assistant/Diagnostic Assessment Primary Trainer                5/07
Laboratory for the Study of Anxiety Disorders
University of Texas at Austin, Department of Psychology
Austin, Texas
Director/Supervisor/Principal Investigator: Michael J. Telch, Ph.D
Study: A prospective risk assessment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other
indices of psychosocial dysfunction among soldiers deployed in Iraq

Graduate Research Coordinator and Co-Principal Investigator                8/03-12/06
Laboratory for the Study of Anxiety Disorders
University of Texas at Austin, Department of Psychology
Austin, Texas
Director/Supervisor/Principal Investigator: Michael J. Telch, Ph.D.
Study: Safety behavior fading in cognitive behavioral treatment for panic disorder with
and without agoraphobia

Graduate Research Assistant
Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington                        7/05-8/05
Department of Psychiatry
Seattle, Washington
Director/Supervisor: Peter Roy-Byrne, M.D.
Stanley Scholar Research Fellow                                            7/04-8/04
Medical University of South Carolina, Department of Psychiatry
Anxiety Disorders Program
Charleston, South Carolina
Director/Principal Investigator: Olga Brawman-Mintzer, M.D.
Studies:
Double-blind, placebo-controlled study of escitalopram in the treatment of elderly
Veteran subjects diagnosed with DSM-IV generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)

Study of quetiapine fumarate in the treatment of subjects diagnosed with DSM-IV
generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)

Lead Research Assistant                                                   8/00-5/02
Emory University, School of Medicine, Section of Psychiatry
Emory Clinic, Trauma and Anxiety Recovery Program
Atlanta, Georgia
Director/Principal Investigator: Barbara O. Rothbaum, Ph.D.
Studies:
A controlled study of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) versus
prolonged exposure in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in rape
victims

Treatment combination of sertraline and prolonged exposure therapy for PTSD patients

Undergraduate Honors Thesis Research                                         8/01-5/02
Emory University, Psychology Department and School of Medicine, Department of
Psychiatry
Atlanta, Georgia; Research conducted at Egelston Children’s Hospital
Research Advisors: Barbara O. Rothbaum, Ph.D., Elana Zimand, Ph.D., and Robyn
Fivush, Ph.D.
Study: Parental and child coping and distress in pediatric cancer patients undergoing
invasive medical procedures, in addition to examining virtual reality (VR) as a distracter
for painful procedures in pediatric cancer patients

Received highest honors at thesis defense

Intensive Summer Research Program Student                              6/01-7/01
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia
Program conducted at Zoo Atlanta, and in Kenya and South Africa
Director/Supervisor: Tara Stoinski, Ph.D.
Field Work in Animal Behavior; Intensive study of comparative psychology and training
in behavioral field research of animals

Research Assistant                                                   5/01
University of Arizona, Department of Psychology
Tucson, Arizona; Research conducted in La Paz and Hermosillo, Mexico
Supervisor/Principal Investigator: Aurelio J. Figueredo, Ph.D.
Study: Evolutionary psychological theory of aggression across hunting, gathering, and
farming societies

Research Assistant                                                      8/00-12/00
Emory University, School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry
Atlanta, Georgia
Principal Investigator/Supervisor: Claire Coles, Ph.D.
Study: Longitudinal study of maternal substance abuse and child development

Research Assistant                                                         6/00-8/00
Saint Vincent’s Hospital, Department of Psychiatry
New York, New York
Principal Investigator/Supervisor: Jeannette Cueva, M.D.
Studies:
A double blind, multi-center study comparing the safety and efficacy of ziprasidone to
olanzapine in patients with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder needing inpatient
care

Olanzapine plus fluoxetine combination therapy in treatment resistant depression-a dose
ranging study

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

Associate Therapist                                                        6/05-present
University of Texas, Department of Psychology, Advanced Practicum
Laboratory for the Study of Anxiety Disorders and Private Practice of Michael J. Telch,
Ph.D., Austin, Texas
Practicum Supervisor: Michael J. Telch, Ph.D.
Cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders and depression, individual patients
(adults and children)

Advanced Practicum Student Therapist                                    7/06-5/07
Practicum Supervisor: Elayne Lansford, Ph.D.
Austin, Texas
Control mastery, behavioral, and psychodynamic approaches to couples therapy

Assessment Specialist
South Austin Testing Clinic, Austin, Texas                                 10/06-5/07
Director/Supervisor: Manuel Ramirez, Ph.D.
Intellectual assessment for legal aid and disabilities services

Advanced Practicum Student Therapist                                       5/06-12/06
Center for Survivors of Torture, Austin/Dallas, Texas
Director/Practicum Supervisor: Manuel Balbona, Ph.D.
Individual and group therapy for political asylum seekers and refugees who are survivors
of torture; forensic assessment and report writing

Graduate Student Therapist                                                 9/05-5/06
University of Texas, Counseling and Mental Health Center, Austin, Texas
Practicum Director and Supervisor: Mark Zentner, Ph.D.
Individual interpersonal therapy for problems such as anxiety disorders, mood disorders,
eating disorders, adjustment disorders

Consultant and Therapist                                                    7/05-8/05
University of Washington, Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, Washington
Supervisor: Amy Wagner, Ph.D.
Co-facilitator and consultant for inpatient cognitive behavioral group program

Graduate Student Therapist, Practicum Student                              8/04-6/05
University of Texas at Austin, Department of Psychology, Clinical Psychology Training
Clinic, Austin, Texas
Directors/Supervisors: Martita Lopez, Ph.D. and Michael J. Telch, Ph.D.
Comprehensive assessments (including SCID, MMPI-2, WAIS-III) and report writing
Individual cognitive behavioral treatment for anxiety, mood, and personality disorders

Assessment Practicum Student                                                 1/04-5/04
University of Texas at Austin, Department of Psychology, Clinical Psychology Training
Clinic, Austin, Texas
Supervisors: Kim Fromme, Ph.D. and Cindy Meston, Ph.D
Clinical interviewing, administration, scoring, interpretation, and report writing for the
WAIS-III, WISC-III, and MMPI-2

Therapist and Assessor as part of treatment studies
University of Texas at Austin, Department of Psychology, Laboratory for the Study of
Anxiety Disorders, Austin, Texas
Director/Supervisor: Michael J. Telch, Ph.D.

Social phobia, public speaking treatment study:                             9/05-5/07
Individual treatment sessions of exposure for social phobia, administration of structured
diagnostic interviews (CIDI), outcome assessments (i.e., questionnaires and behavioral
approach tests)

Academic worry study:                                                      3/05-6/07
Individual treatment sessions of behavioral therapy for pathological worry (i.e., worry
exposure), administration of structured diagnostic interviews (CIDI), outcome
assessments (e.g., questionnaires, cortisol assays)

Panic disorder treatment project:                                           9/03-12/06
Co-facilitator for cognitive behavioral treatment groups for panic disorder
Administration of structured diagnostic interviews (CIDI), outcome assessments [e.g.,
carbon dioxide challenges, panic disorder severity scale-revised (PDSS-R) CGI-I, CGI-S,
self-report measures]

Specific phobia treatment project:                                         1/04-10/05
Individual treatment sessions of exposure-based therapy for acrophobia, administration of
structured diagnostic interviews (CIDI) and outcome assessments (i.e., self-report,
physiological, and behavioral)

Clinical Assessment Assistant as part of research studies
Ralph H. Johnson Veterans Administration (VA)                            8/07-present
Charleston, South Carolina
Principal Investigators: Mark Hamner, M.D., and Zhewu Wang, M.D.
Administration of diagnostic interviews (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Inventories;
MINI), Hamilton Depression Scale (HAM-D), Clinician Administered PTSD Scale
(CAPS), Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS), self-report measures

Medical University of South Carolina, Anxiety Disorders Program          7/04-8/04
Charleston, South Carolina
Director/Principal Investigator: Olga Brawman-Mintzer, M.D.
Administration of diagnostic interviews (MINI) with intake interviews, Hamilton Anxiety
Scale (HAM-A), diagnostic phone screenings

Case Advocate                                                              2/03-7/03
COPE Behavioral Services, Health Promotions, Tucson, Arizona
Grant: Finding Recovery through Education and Empowerment (FREE Program)
Providing harm reduction services to HIV+ substance abusers
Client advocacy and outreach, writing and presentation of monthly and quarterly grant
reports, psychosocial and substance abuse assessments, co-facilitated substance abuse
group for HIV+ individuals, liaison to funding source, compiled community resources for
linkage and referral

Title 36 (Court-Ordered Treatment) Case Manager                             10/02-2/03
COPE Behavioral Services, Tucson, Arizona
All responsibilities of case manager (see below), preparation for and appearance in court
proceedings, hospital discharge planning, liaison to mental health court, hospital visits,
tracking treatment compliance, writing and presenting of court-ordered treatment plans

Case Manager                                                                7/02-10/02
COPE Behavioral Services, Tucson, Arizona
Individual sessions with clients, community referrals, coordination with hospitals and on-
site psychiatric staff, developed and updated treatment plans, psychosocial assessments,
facilitated group therapy (anger management and stress reduction), oversaw clients’
treatment, compliance, and use of services

Crisis Counselor, Victim Advocate, and Counselor Mentor                     10/00-5/02
Dekalb Rape Crisis Center, Atlanta, Georgia
Intensive training course, shifts on the 24-hour crisis counseling hotline, victim advocate
at hospital visits, back-up counselor to serve as mentor to other counselors

Group Therapy Co-Facilitator                                              5/99-8/99
CODAC Behavioral Health Services, Tucson, Arizona
Assistant in group therapy for substance abuse and relapse prevention groups

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina

Adjunct Faculty/Lecturer
Introduction to Psychology                                                  1/08-5/08

University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas

Teaching Assistant
Introduction to Psychology                                    8/03-12/03 and 6/04-7/04
Introduction to Clinical Psychology                            1/04-5/04 and 1/05-5/05
Abnormal Psychology                                                        8/04-12/04

Guest Lecturer
University of Texas at Austin, Department of Psychology, Undergraduate Courses

Introduction to Clinical Psychology                          4/27/04 and 4/21/05
(Topic: Child Clinical Psychology)
Introduction to Psychology                                                7/05/04
(Topic: Memory)
Abnormal Psychology                                             9/28 and 9/30/04
(Topic: Nature and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders)
Introduction to Clinical Psychology                         2/05, 6/05, 2/06, 6/06
(Topic: Personality Assessment)
Introduction to Clinical Psychology                                           3/05
(Topic: Rational Emotive Therapy)
Introduction to Psychology                                                    11/05
(Topic: Nature and Treatment of Anxiety and Mood Disorders)

University of Texas at Austin, Department of Psychology, Graduate Courses
Clinical Practicum II                                                               1/07
(Topic: Treatment for Specific Phobia)

University of Texas at Austin, School of Social Work, Graduate Courses
Empirically Supported Treatment for Children                           10/04, 11/05
(Topic: Nature and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders)
Other invited talks at the University of Texas at Austin, Department of Psychology
Psi Chi Undergraduate Psychology National Honors Society                          3/06
(Topic: Graduate School)

Clinical Training to Undergraduate Research Assistants and 2nd Year Graduate
Practicum Students
Consultation to 2nd year practicum students on CBT for anxiety disorders 8/05-5/07
Research assistant training to conduct structured diagnostic interviews  8/03-5/07
Research assistant training to conduct exposure treatment for specific   1/04-3/07
phobia, social phobia, and worry exposure for GAD
Graduate student mentor for University of Texas Intellectual             8/05-5/06
Entrepreneurship Pre-Graduate Student Program

SERVICE AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Ad Hoc Journal Reviews
Depression and Anxiety                                                    7/04
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy                                               2/05
Journal of Anxiety Disorders                                              3/08

Presented research at Psychfest, University of Texas, Department of       4/05
Psychology

Student member of the Clinical Area Research Event (CARE) committee, 8/05-5/07
University of Texas, Department of Psychology

The student member of the clinical area new faculty search committee,     1/07-3/07
University of Texas, Department of Psychology

Board member of the Southern Arizona AIDS Consortium                      2/03-7/03

RESEARCH SUPPORT

Ruth Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA); Individual Predoctoral
Fellowship; Grant # 5F31MH076706 (submitted 4/05, awarded 9/05-9/08)

				
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