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					                                     KATE COLLIE
                                        MFA MA PhD
                           Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
                              Stanford University School of Medicine
                                          401 Quarry Road
                                     Stanford CA 94305-5718
                                         Ph: 650-736-2689
                                     kate.collie@stanford.edu



CURRENT POSITION           Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral
                           Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine

EDUCATION
PhD 2003                   University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
with distinction           Interdisciplinary Studies
                           A Narrative View of Visual Creative Expression as Psychosocial Support
                           for Women with Breast Cancer
                           Supervisor: Professor Joan Bottorff

MA 1998                    University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
with distinction           Counselling Psychology: Cross-cultural Track
                           Art Therapy Online: A Participatory Action Study of Distance
                           Counselling Issues
                           Supervisor: Professor Bonita Long

MFA 1987                   University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
                           Fine Art
                           While There’s Still Life
                           Supervisor: Professor Frank Ozereko

BA 1982                    Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
with high honors           Studio Art


ACADEMIC AWARDS and FELLOWSHIPS
2003   California Breast Cancer Research Program Postdoctoral Fellowship
2000   Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada Doctoral Fellowship
1999   Li Tze Fong Fellowship, University of British Columbia
1997   Webster Fellowship, University of British Columbia
1986   University Graduate Fellowship, University of Massachusetts
1985   University Graduate Fellowship, University of Massachusetts
1982   Art Department Annual Award, Binghamton University
1981   Summer Art Masterclass Fellowship, Yale University
CLINICAL TRAINING
Counseling Psychology
1995-1996          University of North Carolina at Charlotte
                   Supervisor: Professor Phyllis Post
1996-1998          University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
                   Clinic Supervisor: Professor Ishu Ishiyama
                           Cross-cultural counseling
                           Art in counseling
                           Counseling people facing traumatic illness
                   Practicum Supervisor: Kathryn Pedersen
                           Narrative Therapy
                           Counseling women
                           Trauma counseling
Art Therapy
1996-1998          University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
                   Primary Supervisor: Jennifer Rodrigues
2001-2003          Professional Supervision, Vancouver, BC
                   Supervisor: Monica Franz
American Art Therapy Association Professional Registration: 2004

CLINICAL PRACTICE
1998-2003          Counselor/Art Therapist in Private Practice.
1998-2000          Counselor, Women Students’ Office, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
1998-2001          Group Facilitator, Art and Meditation creativity retreats, Atlin Art Centre, Atlin, BC.
Art Groups for People Facing Traumatic Illness and Disability
1995-1996          Spirit Square Center for the Arts, Charlotte, NC.
1995               North Carolina Multiple Sclerosis Society, Charlotte, NC.
1997-2000          HOPE Cancer Health Society, Vancouver, BC.
1997               Friends For Life, Vancouver, BC.
1994               Metrolina Psychological Associates, Charlotte, NC.

PROFESSIONAL & ACADEMIC SERVICE
2004-        Distance Education Committee. American Art Therapy Association.
2001-present Website Editorial Board member. American Art Therapy Association.
1999-2001    Alumni academic programs committee chair. Green College, University of British
             Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
1996-present Art committee member. Green College, U. of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
1996-1997    Curriculum committee student representative. Department of Counselling Psychology,
             University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
2000-2001    Organizer and facilitator of interdisciplinary ‘Theme Development’ workshops aimed at
             developing a campus-wide program of research about creativity. Peter Wall Institute for
             Advanced Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
2002-2003    Advisor for British Columbia Art Therapy Assn. task force on Internet art therapy.
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RESEARCH GRANTS
2003               Principle Investigator Perspectives on Support Services for Women with Breast Cancer
                   Postdoctoral Fellowship, California Breast Cancer Research Program (US$80,000)
2001               Lead writer and primary researcher Meaning Making Through Art Therapy for Women
                   with Breast Cancer: A Telehealth Project
                   Hampton Fund Research Grant, University of British Columbia (C$24,000)
2000               Lead writer and doctoral researcher Creative Expression in Psychosocial Care for
                   People Facing Cancer
                   Social Science & Humanities Research Council of Canada (C$61,000)
1999               Lead writer and research assistant Telehealth: Wellness and Health Education
                   http://www.digitalstudio.educ.ubc.ca/telehealth
                   Faculty of Education Grant, University of British Columbia (C$45,000)

PUBLICATIONS
Peer Reviewed Articles:
    Koopman, C., Collie, K., Butler, L. D., Giese-Davis, J., and David Spiegel, D. (2004). Mind-
       body connections between depression and cancer. Depression: Mind and Body.
    Collie, K., Čubranić, D., & Long, B. (2002). Audiographic Communication for Distance
        Counselling: A Feasibility Study. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 30(3), 269-284.
    Collie, K., & Čubranić, D. (1999). An art therapy solution to a telehealth problem. Art Therapy:
       The Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 16(4), 186-193.
    Collie, K., Čubranić, D., & Booth, K. (1998). Participatory design of a system for
       computer-supported distance art therapy. In Proceedings of the Participatory Design
       Conference 1998, (pp. 29-36). Seattle, WA: Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility.
Book Chapters:
    Collie, K. (2004) Interpersonal communication in behavioral telehealth: What can we learn from
       other fields? In J. Bloom & G. Walz (Eds.) Cybercounseling and Cyberlearning: An Encore
       (pp. 345-365). American Counseling Association and ERIC Counseling and Student Services
       Clearinghouse.
    Collie, K., & Čubranić, D. (2002). Computer-supported distance art therapy: A focus
       on traumatic illness. In H. Resnick & P. Sade (Eds.) Human Services Technology: Innovations
       in Practice and Education, (pp. 155-171). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.
    Collie, K., Mitchell, D., & Murphy, L. (2000). Skills for cybercounseling: Maximum impact at
       minimum bandwidth. In J. Bloom & G. Walz (Eds.) Cybercounseling and Cyberlearning:
       Strategies and Resources for the Millennium. American Counseling Association and ERIC
       Counselling and Student Services Clearinghouse.

Other Academic Publications:
    Collie, K., Čubranić, D., & Booth, K. (1999). Computer-supported distance art therapy: Beyond
        computerization. In Proceedings of WebNet 1999, AACE: Association for the Advancement of
        Computers in Education.

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    Collie, K., Mitchell, D., & Murphy, L. (2000). E-mail Counseling: Skills for Maximum Impact.
       ERIC Digest.
    Čubranić, D., Collie, K., & Booth, K. (1998). Computer support for distance art therapy.
       In Summary of CHI’98: Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 277-278). Los Angeles,
       CA: ACM Press.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
    Collie, K. (2003, April). Art Therapy for Women with Breast Cancer: A ‘Royal Road’ to Self
       Care? Canadian Association of Psychological Oncology – 6th World Congress, Banff, AB.
    Collie, K. (2003, April). Art Therapy and Breast Cancer: A Telehealth Project. Annual Conference
       of the Society for the Arts in Healthcare, San Diego, CA.
    Collie, K., Buchanan, T., Horovitz, E., Malchiodi, C., Miller, G., & Parker-Bell, B.
       (2001, November). Computers in Art Therapy: A Palette of Possibilities. Annual
       Conference of the American Art Therapy Association, Albuquerque, NM.
    Collie, K. (2001, September). Intimate Technologies. Smart/Sexy/Healthy: A Cross-Disciplinary
       Exploration of Art, Disability and Computer Technology, New Media Institute, Banff Centre
       for the Arts, Banff, AB.
    Collie, K. (2001, April). Arts-Medicine and Telehealth: A Participatory Workshop. Annual
       Conference of the Society for the Arts in Healthcare, Seattle, WA.
    Collie, K. (2000, November). Computer-Supported Distance Art Therapy: New Possibilities for
       Medical Art Therapy. American Art Therapy Association, St. Louis, MO.
    Collie, K., Čubranić, D., & Wick, C. (2000, June). Women-Centred Design in Telehealth: A
       Participatory Workshop. IFIP Seventh International Conference on Women, Work, and
       Computerization, Vancouver, BC.
    Collie, K., & Good, G. (2000, May). Creating Relationship with Art and Writing. Learning Love:
       Articulating a Space for Love and Compassion in the Teaching and Healing Arts, University
       of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
    Brett, P. & Collie, K. (2000, January). Through You, Between Us: Reflections on the Process of
       Collaborative, Narrative Inquiry. The 2000 Couch/Stone Symposium, St. Petersburg, FL.
    Collie, K., Čubranić, D., & Booth, K. (1999, October). Computer-Supported Distance Art Therapy:
       Beyond Computerization. WebNet 99: Association for the Advancement of Computers in
       Education, Honolulu, HI.
    Collie, K. & Čubranić, D. (1999, August). The Development and Evaluation of a Computer System
       for Distance Art Therapy. American Psych. Association Annual Convention, Boston, MA.
    Collie, K., Čubranić, D., & Booth, K. (1998, November). Participatory Design of a System for
       Computer-Supported Distance Art Therapy. Participatory Design Conference 1998, Seattle,
       WA.
    Collie, K. & Čubranić, D. (1998, October). Internet Art Therapy. Discipline and Deviance:
        Genders, Technologies, Machines, Duke University, Durham, NC.
    Čubranić, D., Collie, K., & Booth, K. (1998, April). Computer Support for Distance Art Therapy.
       CHI’98: Human Factors in Computing Systems, Los Angeles, CA.

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OTHER PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS (SELECTED)
    Collie, K. (2003, March). Meaning making and more: Internet Art Therapy for Women with Breast
        Cancer. Institute of Health Promotion Research, University of British Columbia, Vancouver,
        BC.
    Collie, K. (2003, March). Art Therapy and Tele-mediated Communication in Behavioral
        Telehealth. Department of Computer Science, Stanford University, Stanford, CA.
    Collie, K. (2002, December). Challenging the Videoconferencing Gold Standard: Art Therapy and
        Mediated Communication in Behavioural Telehealth. Department of Computer Science,
        University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA.
    Collie, K. (2002, March). Beyond the Self: Dimensions of a Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
        Narrative. Artist’s slide talk and lecture about Soldier’s Heart, an interdisciplinary
        collaborative art project about post-traumatic stress disorder in war veterans and healing from
        trauma through art therapy. Interdisciplinary Inquiry into Narratives of Disease, Disability
        and Trauma seminar series, Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, University of British
        Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
    Collie, K. (2001, March). Internet Art Therapy: Beyond Computerization. (Video and lecture).
        PACIFIC seminar series (Perception, Action, Cognition, & Interfaces, a Frenzy of
        Interdisciplinary Collaboration), Dept. of Computer Science, University of British Columbia,
        Vancouver, BC.
    Pelletier, M. H., Collie, K., & Mitchell, D. (2001, March). Spanning the Distance: The use of
        telecommunications to deliver mental health services. Faculty of Education Colloquium,
        University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
    Brett-MacLean, P. & Collie, K. (2001, February). On Community: In Conversation. Individual
        Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate Program - 2000/2001 seminar series, University of British
        Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
    Collie, K. (1997, February). Wounds of War. Artist’s slide talk and lecture about Soldier’s
        Heart (see above) and Tram Chim, an art project about ecology, trauma, and cross-
        cultural/cross-species interdependence in Viet Nam. Green College Art Lecture Series.
        University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
    Collie, K. (1997, September). Congruent Worlds’. Artist’s slide talk. Mint Museum of Art,
        Charlotte, NC.
    Collie, K. (1996, December). ‘Tram Chim: Als die Kraniche zum Mekong zurückkehrten’. (Artist’s
        slide talk). Kunststück Galerie und Bühne, Hamburg, Germany.
    Collie, K. (1994, April). ‘Art and Social Responsibility’. (Artist’s slide talk). State University of
        New York, Plattsburgh, NY.




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GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH ASSISTANT
2002-2003          Meaning Making Through Art Therapy for Women with Breast Cancer: A Telehealth
                   Study, School of Nursing, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
                   Responsible for:
                   Obtaining funding.
                   Conducting research about art therapy and breast cancer.
                   Helping to conduct focus groups to apply the art therapy and breast cancer research to
                   the development of online art therapy services for people with cancer.
                   Maintaining communication among the members of the research team.

2001-2002          Interdisciplinary Inquiry into Narratives of Disease, Disability and Trauma, Peter Wall
                   Institute for Advanced Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
                   Responsible for:
                   Helping to set the curriculum and reading list for an interdisciplinary course called
                   Narratives of Disease, Disability and Trauma: Gendered Experiences.
                   Chairing the committee on Visual Narratives of Disease, Disability and Trauma.
                   Assisting with the organization of an international conference called Narratives of
                   Disease, Disability and Trauma that was held in May 2002.

1999-2002          Telehealth: Wellness and Health Education, Faculty of Education, University of British
                   Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
                   Responsible for:
                   Obtaining funding.
                   Creating a network of telehealth researchers from the university and elsewhere.
                   Organizing working meetings to develop cross-disciplinary research projects.
                   Maintaining communication among network members.
                   Conducting my own research as a network member.
                   Applying for further funding.
                   Developing a project website.
                   Organizing public presentations by network members.
                   Producing annual progress reports.




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TEACHING
2002-present Online instructor: ‘Cybercounseling’ (counseling by email) and Internet art therapy
                professional development courses, West Coast Therapy Online, Vancouver, BC.
1999-2002    Supervision of undergraduate and graduate students working on research about art
                therapy, disability/illness, and telehealth.
1994-2001    Assistant Director and Instructor, Atlin Art Centre (residential summer art school
               offering experimental and professional development courses for adults), Atlin, BC.
             Responsibilities: curriculum development, fund raising, school-community relations,
             community outreach, hiring, website development, teaching.
1995-96      Art Instructor, University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
1994-95      Art Instructor, University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
1987-88      Visiting Artist in Electronic Art, Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, PA.
1986-87      Art Instructor, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA.
1984-86      TA Art Instructor, University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Art Therapy Training Courses
2000               Justice Institute of British Columbia, New Westminster, BC.
1998               Green College, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
1998               School of Social Work, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
1998               Dept. of Educational Psychology & Special Education, U. of British Columbia, BC.
1997               Dept. of Educational Psychology & Special Education, U. of British Columbia, BC.
Creativity Training
2002               Roundhouse Community Centre, Vancouver, BC.
2002               Banff Centre, School of Leadership Development, Banff, AB.
1998-2002          Women Students’ Office, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
1998               Vancouver School of Theology, Vancouver, BC.
1997-02            Green College, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
1994-96            Central Piedmont Community College, Charlotte, NC.
Art Mentoring in Inner City Schools
1996         Dilworth Elementary School, Charlotte, North Carolina.
1995         Garringer High School, Charlotte, North Carolina.
1994         West Mecklenburg High School, Charlotte, North Carolina.
1994         Northeast Arts Magnet School, Charlotte, North Carolina.




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MAJOR ART PROJECTS
1999-2001          ‘Signs of Confluence’
                   An interdisciplinary collaborative investigation of self/other and culture/nature, with
                   photo-based artist Mia Weinberg.
                        Hands-on collaborative inquiry
                        Creation of drawings and photograms
                        Exhibition, workshop, publication
1994-1999          ‘Tram Chim/Congruent Worlds’
                   http://www.mintmuseum.org/artvu/collie
                   An investigation of post-war ecological healing in southern Viet Nam and the role of
                   cross-cultural communication in wetland restoration.
                        Background research into: military ecocide, wetland restoration, cross-cultural
                           collaboration, Vietnamese art and literature, and the preservation of cranes
                        Hands-on aesthetic inquiry
                        Creation of paintings and drawings - with help from a cartoonist (Richard
                           Greenwood), two children (Claire and Samuel Collie), and the International
                           Crane Foundation
                        Exhibitions, exhibition catalog, book
1986-1989          ‘Soldier’s Heart’
                   An interdisciplinary collaborative investigation of post-traumatic stress disorder in war
                   veterans, and healing from trauma through art therapy – in collaboration with Steve
                   Piscitelli, an American veteran of the Vietnam War.
                        Background research and archive work
                        Collaborative conceptual development
                        Hands-on aesthetic inquiry
                        Exhibitions of paintings, sculptures, and text by Kate Collie and Steve Piscitelli
                        Deposition of documentary materials in the US War College military archive
                        Public presentations by Kate Collie and Steve Piscitelli

ART PUBLICATIONS
    Kelley, R., & Collie, K. (1999). Crane Dance: A Journey in Words and Pictures. A book of art
       (by Kate Collie) and poems (by Rosemary Kelley) about art, illness, and mutual support.
    Weinberg, M. & Collie, K. (2001). ‘Signs of Confluence’ (artist pages). Prefix Photo, 2, pp. 0-8.
    Collie, K. (1999). ‘Tram Chim #1’ (cover art). Prism International, 37(3), painting.
    Collie, K. (1998). ‘Tram Chim #4’ Harper’s Magazine, 297(1782), p. 25, painting.
    Collie, K. (1991, May 17). ‘Sixty Thousand Suicides’ Los Angeles Times, painting.
    Collie, K. (1990). ‘Sixty Thousand Suicides’ ‘By a Thread’ ‘Steve’s Mementos’ In L. Tarlow
       (Ed.) As Seen By Both Sides, pp. 100-101. Boston: Indochina Arts Project and University of
       Massachusetts Press, paintings.
    Collie, K. (1990). ‘Held Up’ Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics, 24, p. 75,
       painting (While There’s Still Life).
    Collie, K. (1986). ‘In Defiance’ (cover art) Computer Graphics - A Publication of ACM
       SIGGRAPH, 20(3), electronic art.
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SELECTED ART EXHIBITIONS: SOLO and 2-PERSON
2003     ‘Open Wings’ Studio Blue Gallery, Vancouver, BC. Collaborative art with
         Mia Weinberg.
2000     ‘Signs of Confluence’ Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse, YT. Collaborative art with
         Mia Weinberg. Exhibition and workshop.
1999     ‘Nature of Faith’ Landmark Arts, Lubbock, TX.
1997     ‘Congruent Worlds’ Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC. Exhibition and talk. (Catalogue).
1996     ‘Tram Chim: Als die Kraniche zum Mekong zurückkehrten’
         Kunststück Galerie und Bühne, Hamburg, Germany. Exhibition and performance.
1995     ‘Nature Matrix’ Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC.
1994     ‘Nature of Faith’ Robinson & Woodman Gallery, London, ON.
1992     ‘Inner Passages’ Robinson & Woodman Gallery, London, ON.
1990     ‘Soldier’s Heart’ Spirit Square Center for the Arts, Charlotte, NC. Two-person
         exhibition. Collaborative art with Steven Piscitelli. Exhibition and talk.
1989     ‘Soldier’s Heart’ New York State Viet Nam Memorial Gallery, Albany, NY.
1986     ‘Kate Collie’ Leo Kamen Gallery, Toronto, ON.

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
1996     Chuck Levitan Gallery, New York, NY.
1994     ‘As Seen By Both Sides’ National Museum of Fine Art, Hanoi, Viet Nam.
                Cultural exchange traveling exhibition. (Catalogue/book).
         ‘As Seen By Both Sides’ National Museum of Fine Art, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam.
1993     Jamaica Arts Center, Queens, NY.
         Atlanta College of Art Gallery, Atlanta, GA.
1992     Amos Eno Gallery, New York, NY.
1991     Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC. (Catalogue).
         Wight Art Gallery, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.
1987     Alexandria Museum, LA. (Catalogue).
1986     Del Bello Gallery, Toronto, ON. (Catalogue).
         Zeus Trabia Gallery, New York, NY.
1985     Leo Kamen Gallery, Toronto, ON.




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