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                                  PAUL K. CHAFETZ, Ph.D.
                                      CURRICULUM VITAE

Born 4/22/1953, Memphis, TN




Education

1981            University of Florida, Ph.D., clinical psychology; Certificate in Gerontology

1975            Brown University, B.A., psychology

1974            University of Frieburg, West Germany, junior year, German




Professional Credentials

Licensed Clinical Psychologist:              Texas, #2365 (June, 1982)

Health Service Provider in Psychology:       National Register (July, 1982)
                                             Texas Register (January, 1983)




Clinical Training

1980-1982       Clinical Geropsychology Postdoctoral Fellowship, Texas Research Institute of Mental
                Sciences (TRIMS), Houston, Texas

1979-1980       Clinical Psychology Internship, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North
                Carolina

1976-1978       Psychology Traineeships, Veterans Administration Hospital, Gainesville, Florida

1977            Clinical Psychology Practicum, J. Hillis Miller Health Center Psychology Clinic,
                Gainesville, Florida


Clinical Experience

1983 (Jan.)     Private Practice, Clinical Psychology, Dallas, Texas
- Present      Assessment, therapy, and consultation on issues of late life in outpatient, retirement,
               assisted living, nursing, and psychiatric and general hospital settings. Full time since
               September, 2003.

1984 (June)    Consultant, Gerontology Department, Jewish Family Services, Dallas, Texas
- Present      Conduct periodic meetings with gerontology staff, incorporating case conferences and in-
               service presentations.


University Teaching Experience

2001 (Sept.)   Department of Rehabilitation Counseling Psychology, University of Texas Southwestern
- 2003 (Aug)   Medical Center at Dallas. Associate Professor.
               Graduate courses taught: Geropsychology, Adult Development.

1984 (Jan.)    Department of Gerontology and Geriatric Services, University of Texas Southwestern
- 2001 (Aug)   Medical Center at Dallas. Assistant Professor, 1984-1999; Associate Professor, 1999-2001.
               Undergraduate courses taught:         Psychological Aspects of Aging, Bereavement
               Counseling, Advanced Gerontological Counseling, Practicum Supervision, and
               Interdisciplinary Geriatric Health Care. Coordination of Senior Practicum Program and
               of Gerontological Counseling track.

               Graduate faculty in Rehabilitation Counseling (January, 1986) and Clinical Psychology
               (December, 1988). Graduate course taught: Life Span Developmental Psychology:
               Clinical Geropsychology.

1982-1983      Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology and Philosophy, Texas Woman’s
               University, Denton, Texas
               Full-time faculty in counseling psychology doctoral program.    Courses taught:
               Introduction to Marriage and Family Therapy, Clinical Instruction, Practicum
               Supervision, Seminar in Marriage and Family Therapy, and Clinical Psychology of
               Aging.


Honors and Awards

2001           Distinguished Teacher Award for Excellence in Teaching.            University of Texas
               Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School.

2000           Dr. Herbert Shore Award in recognition of dedicated services. C. C. Young Memorial
               Home, Dallas, TX.

1986           Listed in Who’s Who Among Human Services Professionals

1984           Outstanding Young Men of America, Nominee (U.S. Jaycees)

1979           University of Florida, College of Health Related Professions, Dean’s Council and
               Department of Clinical Psychology, Greatest Promise as a Clinical Psychologist Award

1976-1979      University of Florida, Center for Gerontological Studies, Tuition Assistance Awards

1975           Elected to Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, Brown University chapter
Grants

1991          Educational grant from Sandoz Pharmaceutical Corp. for development of a learning
              guide to accompany the UTSWMC videotape, “Prehospital Management of the
              Alzheimer Patient: Techniques for Emergency Personnel.” With R. Wilson and D. Cason
              ($2,250).

1991          Educational grant from Parke-Davis Division of Warner-Lambert Company for
              development of a learning guide to accompany the UTSWMC videotape, “Nurse Aides:
              Making a Difference.” With R. Wilson ($3,000).

1990-1991     UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Institutional Grant, “Application of
              Videotape Technology to the Study of Dementia Care in Nursing Homes” ($4,000).

1989-1990     National Institute on Aging. ADRC Extension grant (NIA 5 P50 AG 08013-02).
              “Development of Training Materials for Nurse Aides,” and “Alzheimer’s Disease
              Training Video for Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics.” Co-Directors: H.
              West, P. Chafetz, R. Wilson. Direct Costs: $92,453.

1988-1990     National Institute on Aging. Education & Information Transfer Core within UTSWMC
              Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center grant (NIA 1 P50 AG 08013-01). Co-PIs: Helen
              West, Ph.D. and Paul K. Chafetz, Ph.D. Direct costs, Yr 1: $66,212.

1988-1989     National Institute on Aging. Pilot project within UTSWMC Alzheimer’s Disease
              Research Center grant (NIA 1 P50 AG 08013-01): “Behavioral & cognitive outcomes of
              special A.D. care units,” PI: Paul K. Chafetz, Ph.D. Direct costs: $17,400.

1987-1988     UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Institutional Grant, “Evaluation of the Impact
              of Special Care Unit Programming on the Behavioral Health of Dementia Victims”
              ($5,000).

1979          Sigma Xi Grant-in-Aid of Research, “Fatigue effects on intelligence test performance in
              the elderly.”


Program Development Experience

2002 - 2005   Dallas Geropsychology Symposium, Dallas, Texas
              Founder and course director of this full-day symposium for psychologists and other
              mental health professionals. Annual attendance over 100. First was April 26, 2002;
              Second was May 2, 2003. Third was April 30, 2004. Fourth was May 7, 2005.

1983 -        Mental Health Consultation to Full Range of Senior Housing Facilities, Dallas, Texas
Present       Assist nursing, administrative, and ancillary staff in development of special care units for
              dementia victims. Assist in environmental planning, staff selection, program design, and
              case consultation. Conduct staff training. Clients: Dallas VA Medical Center, Grace
              Presbyterian Village, Doctors Nursing Center, Treemont Retirement Center, Forum at
              Park Lane, Monticello West, Presbyterian Village North, SterlingCare, Collin Oaks,
              Kingsley Oaks, Traymore, Signature Point, ActiveCare, Mercer House, EdenBrook, etc.

1989          Adult Health & Day Care Seminar
(June-Sept.)   Two-hour event held at Dallas City Hall to mark National Adult Day Care Week.
               Planner and moderator for panel which included the mayor of Dallas, a Texas Senator,
               other state officials and business leaders.


1986 (Sept.)   Director of Service Model Development, Southwest Long Term Care
1987 (Sept.)   Gerontology Center, Dallas, Texas
               Project coordinator of dementia unit at nursing home in Dallas, Texas. Unit was
               designed to provide state-of-the-art care for dementia victims, clinical and policy
               research opportunities, and education for health profession students.

1985           Public Policy & Alzheimer’s Disease Conference, Lago Vista, Texas, September, 1985
(June-Sept.)   Southwest Long Term Care Gerontology Center and TRIMS Gerontology Center held
               this by-invitation working conference for representatives of the Texas legislature, state
               agencies, service providers, and consumers.

1984 (Jan.)    Director of Interdisciplinary Training, Southwest Long Term Care
1986 (Sept.)   Gerontology Center, UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Texas.
               Implementation of didactic curricula and clinical training in multi-disciplinary team
               long term geriatric health care for students.


Research Experience

1993-1995      University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Seniors’ utilization of and
               opinions about news media, and preferences for terms.

1990-1991      University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Use of videotape technology
               to study nursing home care of dementia victims.

1986-1989      University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Efficacy of behavioral
               interventions with institutionalized dementia victims. Efficacy of special care units for
               dementia victims.

1982-1983      TRIMS Gerontology Center and Texas Woman’s University. Rate of staff turnover in
               nursing homes: Naturalistic evaluation of suggested remedies.

1981           TRIMS Gerontology Center. Employment opportunities for clinical psychologists with
               advanced training in gerontology. National survey of health care, corporate, and
               educational facilities.

1980           University of Florida, Dept. of Clinical Psychology. Doctoral dissertation, Validation
               Study of Several Geriatric Behavior Rating Scales. Advisor: Walter Cunningham, Ph.D.

1979           University of Florida, Dept. of Psychology, Research Assistant. Measurement variables
               in, and structure of, intelligence in the elderly. Supervisor: Walter Cunningham, Ph.D.

1978           Foundation for Aging Research, Clearwater, Florida. Relationship of personality traits in
               elderly subjects to satisfaction with environmental variables. Supervisor: Joyce P. Schaie,
               Ph.D.

1977           Veterans Administration Hospital, Gainesville, Florida. Relative independence from
               psychopathology of two scales of social desirability bias. Supervisor: Warren Rice, Ph.D.
Supervision of Graduate Student Research at UTSWMC

2000          Jennifer Larson’s research dissertation toward Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology: Wayfinding
              in dementia: Cognitive and environmental interventions.

1997          Kristin D. Martin’s research thesis toward Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling
              Psychology: Effect of family visits on agitated behaviors of dementia patients.

1989          Susan R. Dorsaneo’s research dissertation toward Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology: Caregiver
              affects related to the institutionalization of elderly mothers with senile dementia versus
              Parkinson’s disease.


Community Service

2002 -        Yavneh Academy (Dallas Jewish High School), Board member.

2001 - 2005   Dallas Psychological Association, Trustee 2001-2002; President-Elect 2002-2003; President
              2003-2004; Past-President 2004-2005.

2001 - 2003   Jewish Family Service, Dallas, Board member

2000 - 2002   Ethics Advisory Committee, Presbyterian Village North, Dallas, TX.

1999 - 2002   Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association, Board member and New Loan Committee
              member

1998 - 1999   Alzheimer’s Disease Advisory Committee, Signature Pointe on the Lake, Dallas

1997          Ethics Advisory Committee, Heritage Manor Nursing Center, Plano, TX

1995 - 1997   Guardianship Program Advisory Committee, Senior Citizens of Greater Dallas,

1994 - 1996   Guardianship Program Advisory Committee, Jewish Family Service, Dallas

1994 -1996    Institutional Review Board, Green Oaks Psychiatric Hospital, Dallas

1991- 1992    Research Advisory Committee, Educational Institute on Aging, Texas Association of
              Homes for the Aged, Austin

1991-1992     Professional Advisory Board, Alzheimer’s Association, Dallas

1991          Reviewer for Students Awards Committee for Division 20 (Adult Development and
              Aging) of the American Psychological Association

1990-1993     Professional Advisory Committee, SterlingCare Inc., Louisville, KY

1990-1993     Clinical Advisory Board, Suicide & Crisis Center, Dallas

1990-1998     Reviewer for Alzheimer’s Association research grant programs
1990-1997      Board of Directors, Congregation Shaare Tefilla, Dallas (President 1995 & 1996)

1989-1995      Board of Directors, Senior Citizens of Greater Dallas

1988-1990      Advisory Board, Scenario Adult Day Care Center, Dallas

1987-1990      Human Rights/Research Committee, Dallas County Medical Health and Mental
               Retardation Center, Dallas

1985-1986      Board of Directors, Echad Apartments (HUD housing for the elderly, sponsored by the
               Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas)

1984-1985      Advisory Board Member, Gerontology Services Group, Dallas

1983-1985      Committee on Aging, Jewish Family Services, Dallas

1984-1986      Aging Task Force, Jewish Community Center, Dallas


Editorial and Grant Review Activities

I have reviewed manuscripts for:
        The Gerontologist (including Practice Concepts section)
        Psychology and Aging
        American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry

I have reviewed grant proposals for:
        Alzheimer’s Association, Investigator Initiated Research Grant program
        National Institute on Aging, Alzheimer’s Disease Study Section




Hospital Affiliations

2005-          Texas Specialty Hospital, Dallas, TX

2003-          Kindred Hospital, Dallas, TX

2002-2003      Zale Lipshy University Hospital, Dallas, TX

2002-2003      Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, TX

2001-          LifeCare Hospital, Dallas, TX

1991 -1998     Baylor Richardson Medical Center, Richardson, TX

1989-1992      Psychiatric Institute of Fort Worth

1988-1992      Brookhaven Psychiatric Pavilion, Dallas, TX

1986-1992      Mesquite Physicians Hospital, Mesquite, TX

1984-2005      Green Oaks Psychiatric Hospital, Dallas, TX.
Professional Organizations

American Psychological Association, Member since 1977 (Division 1, General; Division 12, Clinical;
       Division 20, Adult Development and Aging)

Gerontological Society of America, Member since 1980

Texas Psychological Association, Member since 1981 (1989, Chair, Committee on Geriatric Psychology,
       Division of Applied Psychology; 1992-1996, Medicare/Medicaid Liaison)

Dallas Psychological Association, Member since 1982 (President 2003-2004; President-Elect 2003-2003;
        Treasurer, 1986-1987; Editor of Monthly Newsletter, 1983-1985; Ethics Committee, 1985-1987,
        Chairman, 1985-1986)

Psychologists in Long Term Care, Member (Steering Committee Member, 1986-1989, 1989-1992)

Dallas Area Gerontological Society, Policy Committee chair (1989-1992) and founding member (1989) of
        Executive Committee.


Publications

Chafetz, P. K., & Namazi, K. H. (2003). Structuring environments for persons with cognitive impairment.
        In M. F. Weiner & A. M. Lipton (Eds.), The dementias: Diagnosis, treatment, and research (3rd
        ed., pp. 405-432), Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Publishing.

Martin-Cook, K., Hynan, L., Chafetz, P. K., Weiner, M. F. (2001). Impact of family visits on agitation in
       residents with dementia. American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. 16(3), 163-166.

Namazi, K. H., & Chafetz, P. K. (Eds.) (2001). Assisted living: Current issues in facility management and
      resident care. Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Chafetz, P. K. (2001). Developing dementia care units in assisted living facilities. In K. H. Namazi, & P.
        K. Chafetz (Eds.), Assisted living: Current issues in facility management and resident care (pp.
        105-126). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Namazi, K. H., & Chafetz, P. K. (2001). Introduction: The concept, the terminology, and the occupants. In
      K. H. Namazi, & P. K. Chafetz (Eds.), Assisted living: Current issues in facility management and
      resident care (pp. 1-14). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Jackson, P., Namazi, K. H., & Chafetz, P. K. (2001). Creating and maintaining an assisted living
        workforce with commitment to customer service In K. H. Namazi, & P. K. Chafetz (Eds.),
        Assisted living: Current issues in facility management and resident care (pp. 77-90). Westport,
        CT: Auburn House.

Hughs V. G., Namazi, K. H., & Chafetz, P. K. (2001). Managing for quality: Leadership tools and
      philosophy for a continuing care retirement community with an assisted living component In K.
      H. Namazi, & P. K. Chafetz (Eds.), Assisted living: Current issues in facility management and
      resident care (pp. 151-166). Westport, CT: Auburn House.
Redmond, R., & Chafetz, P. K. (2001). Legal and ethical issues for assisted living facility operators:
      Managing risk by doing the right thing In K. H. Namazi, & P. K. Chafetz (Eds.), Assisted living:
      Current issues in facility management and resident care (pp. 167-182). Westport, CT: Auburn
      House.

Namazi, K. H., Begen, F. P., Jackson, P., & Chafetz, P. K. (2001). Public funding for senior living services:
      Past, present and future. In K. H. Namazi, & P. K. Chafetz (Eds.), Assisted living: Current issues
      in facility management and resident care (pp. 193-210). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Chafetz, P. K., Holmes, H., Lande, K., Childress, E., & Glazer, H. R. (1998). Older adults and the news
        media: Utilization, opinions, and preferred reference terms. The Gerontologist, 38(4), 481-9.

Chafetz, P. K. (1996). Behavioral management of secondary symptoms of dementia. In R. L. Dippel & J.
        T. Hutton (Eds.), Caring for the Alzheimer’s patient (3rd ed., pp 123-133). Buffalo, NY:
        Prometheus.

Calkins, M. P., & Chafetz, P. K. (1996). Structuring environments for patients with dementia. In M.
        Weiner (Ed.), The dementias: Diagnosis, management, and research (2nd ed., pp. 297-312).
        Washington, DC: American Psychiatric.

Chafetz, P. (1994, October). Medicare/Medicaid. Texas Psychologist, 11.

Chafetz, P. (1994, Summer). Clinical issues, case responses. Psychologists in Long Term Care Newsletter,
        8(2), 3-4.

Chafetz, P. (1994, June). Medicare/Medicaid update. Texas Psychologist, 5-7.

Chafetz, P. (1994). Gerontology students:       Serving dementia sufferers and their families.       Faculty
        Assembly News, l(7), 2-4.

Chafetz, P. (1993, May). Medicare copayments: When an explanation is not an explanation!                TPA
        Newsletter, P.7.

Cason, D., Wilson, R.W., & Chafetz, P.K. (1992). A model strategy for teaching prehospital personnel
       management of patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Prehospital & Disaster Management, 7, 383-
       385.

Chafetz, P.K. (1992). Medicare/Medicaid update. Texas Psychologist, 44(4), 20-21.

Berg, L, Buckwalter, K., Chafetz, P., Gwyther, L., Holmes, D., Koepke, K., Lawton, M., Lindeman, D.,
        Magaziner, J., Maslow, K., Morley, J., Ory, M., Rabins, P., Sloane, P., & Teresi, J. (1991). Special
        care units for persons with dementia. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 39. 1229-1236.

Chafetz, P.K. (1991). Behavioral and cognitive outcomes of SCU care. Clinical Gerontologist, 11(1), 19-
        38.

Chafetz, P.K. (1991). Structuring environments for dementia victims. In M. Weiner (Ed.), Psychiatric
        management of dementia (pp. 249-262). Washington, D.C: American Psychiatric Press.

Chafetz, P.K. (1990). Two-dimensional grid is ineffective against demented patients’ exiting through
        glass doors. Psychology & Aging, 5.
Chafetz, P.K. (1988). Behavioral management of secondary symptoms of dementia. In R. L. Dippel & J. T.
        Hutton (Eds.), Caring for the Alzheimer’s patient (pp. 112-118). Buffalo, NY: Prometheus.

Chafetz, P.K., & Wilson, N.L. (1988). Communicating effectively with elderly clients. Seminars in
        Speech and Language, 9, 177-182.

Chafetz, P.K., West, H., & Ebbs, E. (1987). Overcoming obstacles to cooperation in interdisciplinary long
        term care teams. Journal of Gerontological Social Work 11, 131-140.

West, H.L., Chafetz, P.K., & Rice, C. (1987). Issues in the development of Alzheimer’s disease special
       care units. Southwestern, 4(1), 59-66.

Chafetz, P.K. (1987, Winter). Researchers’ support column. Psychologist in Long Term Care Newsletter.
        (Available from J. Karuza, Ph.D., Beck Hall, SUNY, Buffalo, NY 14214).

Chafetz, P.K. (1986). Professional referrals: Psychology. In Administration on Aging, Region VI,
        Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Directory. Dallas, TX: Author.

Chafetz, P.K., Ronch, J.L., Barrell, R.P., & Glatt, C.T. (1986). Clinical geropsychologists in long term care
        facilities. Long Term Care Currents, 9. (Available from Ross Laboratories, 625 Cleveland Ave.,
        Columbus, OH 43216).

Chafetz, P.K., (1985 (2)). Informing Nursing Home Administrators about Psychologists. Nursing Home
        Consultation Network Newsletter.        (Available from F. Wilcox, Ph.D., Hutchings Psychiatric
        Center, Box 27, University Station, Syracuse, NY 13210).

Chafetz, P.K., & West, H. (1984). Family Support Groups and Alzheimer’s Disease.                    Cassette
        tape/handout program kit. Dallas: Southwest Long Term Care Gerontology Center.

Chafetz, P.K. (1983, 2(3)) Aging: Myths and Realities. At Your Service. (Available from Jewish Family
        Service 7800 Northaven Road, Dallas, Texas 75230)

Chafetz, P.K., Ochs, C.E., Tate, L.A., & Niederehe, G. (1982).             Employment opportunities for
        geropsychologists. American Psychologist, 37, 1221-1227.

Chafetz, P.K. (1981). A validation study of several geriatric behavior rating scales (Doctoral dissertation,
        University of Florida, 1981). Dissertation Abstracts International, 42, 2046B.

Chafetz, P.K. (1980). The Jewish way in death and mourning. Death Education, 3, 363-369.


Media Products

“Nurse Aides: Making a Difference.” (1991). Co-wrote this 35 minute color videotape, designed to teach
       nursing home nurse aides about behavior modification with dementia victims. The tape is an
       entertaining and humorous behind-the-scenes look at the filming of a television talk show
       featuring nursing home staff and a psychologist as they discuss and illustrate the topic. Winner
       of a Bronze Telly Award. Available from UTSWMC, POB 45567, Dallas, TX 75245.

“Prehospital Management of the Alzheimer Patient: Techniques for Emergency Personnel.” (1990). Co-
       wrote this 24 minute color videotape, designed for EMT and paramedic training programs, which
       describes the symptoms of acute and chronic confusion, and illustrates practical techniques for
         assisting victims during emergency runs. Available from UTSWMC, POB 45567, Dallas, TX
         75245.

“Alzheimer's Disease in Your Community.” (1989). Narrated and co-wrote this 26-minute color
       videotape which explains dementia and appropriate responses for laypeople who may encounter
       a victim in the community or workplace. Available from UTSWMC, POB 45567, Dallas, TX
       75245.



Workshops and Presentations
(Asterisk indicates national, regional, or out-of-town presentations)



2007

         The Dark Side of Later Life: What to do when Mom is a Mess or Dad is a Disaster. Preston
         Hollow Presbyterian Church, February 11, 2007.

2006

*        No Easy Answers: Ethical Dilemmas in Care for the Elderly. With Charles Longino, Marie
         Bernard, Lisa Gwyther, Pat Ferchill, & Monsignor Fahey. Annual meeting of the Gerontological
         Society of America, Dallas, November 20, 2006.

         The World of Clinical Gero-Psychology. Jewish Family Service, Dallas, TX, May 11, 2006.

2005

         Psychological Aging. Park Cities Presbyterian Church, Dallas, TX, September 15, 2005.

         Elderly Suicide. Suicide and Crisis Center Annual Conference, Dallas, TX September 9, 2005.

         Working with Difficult Parents. Stephen Ministry training session, Fellowship Bible Church,
         Dallas, TX, August 17, 2005.

         Working with Challenging Parents. R. J. Price Caregiver Conference. Alzheimer’s Association,
         Dallas, TX, August 10, 2005.

         Depressive Disorders in Late Life: Epidemiology, Assessment, and Intervention. Dallas
         Psychological Association, Second Wednesday Luncheon Series, Dallas, TX, January 12, 2005.

2004

         Ethics in the Real World. CE Conference, Dallas Psychological Association, Dallas, TX, December
         3, 2004.

         Late Life from a Very Wide Perspective: Five Punchlines. Annual dinner of the Sage Society. The
         Senior Source, Dallas, TX, October 25, 2004.

         Depression at the End of Life. American Hospice, Training Conference, Dallas, October 14, 2004

         Sexuality in Late Life. Texas Association of Homes and Services for the Aged, Annual
         Conference, Houston, TX, May 24, 2004.
       Depression at the End of Life. American Hospice, Training Conference, Ft. Worth, TX, May 14,
       2004.

       Psychotherapy for Depressive Disorders in Late Life. Annual Conference, Jewish Family Service,
       Plano, TX, April 15, 2004.

       Human Growth and Development. Akiba Academy, Dallas, TX, March 9, 2004.

       The Art and Science of Detecting Subtle Cognitive Impairment in Older Legal Clients, Jackson
       Walker Law Firm, Dallas, TX, February 26, 2004.

2003

       Normal Aging. Jewish Senior Expo, Jewish Community Center, Dallas, TX, October 28, 2003.

       Building a Network of Senior Living Options. Collin Oaks, Plano, TX, September 11, 2003.

       Mental Health Issues with Older Rehabilitation Clients. Texas Rehabilitation Association annual
       conference, Arlington, TX, June 30, 2003.

       Intimacy and the Older Woman. Older Women’s League, Dallas, TX, June 26, 2003.

       Clinical Topics in Aging and Mental Health. Guest lecture to gero-psychiatry residents, UT
       Southwestern Medical School, May 6, 2003.


2002

       Elder Abuse: Recognition, Understanding, Addressing.          University Rehabilitation Clinic,
       UTSWMC, Dallas, TX, December 12, 2002.

       Reducing Communication Barriers for Employment of Spanish-Only Speaking Workers in a Long
       Term Care Settings. Poster session with Kevan Namazi, Ph.D. at the annual meeting of the
       Gerontological Society of America, Boston, MA, November 25, 2002.

       Caring for Aging Parents. At Dallas Conference for Jewish Women, Dallas Area Torah
       Association, Dallas, November 17, 2002.

       Dementia, Stress, & Stress Management. Summer Forum of the Tarrant County Gerontological
       Society, Ft. Worth, July 23, 2002.

       Spaced Retrieval. Dallas Psychological Association Gero-Psychology Journal Club, July 18, 2002.

       Management of Geriatric Patients. Guest lecture to Physician Assistant course, UT Southwestern
       Allied Health Sciences School, June 20, 2002.

       Healthy Caregiving. At Alzheimer’s Care: Making a Difference in Everyday Life, by Texas Dept.
       of Health and the Texas Coalition for AD and Related Disorders. Austin, June 7, 2002.

       The “Sandwich Generation” and their Older Parents. Dallas chapter of Hadassah. May 23, 2002.

       Mental Disorders in Older Adults. Mental Health Association of Greater Dallas. May 2, 2002.
       Structuring Environments for Dementia Sufferers. At The Dallas Geropsychology Symposium,
       UT Southwestern, April 26, 2002.

       Psychological Aspects of Aging.       Guest lecture to Physical Therapy department, UT
       Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School, April 2, 2002.

       Depressive Disorders and Personality Disorders in Older Adults. Senior Citizens of Greater
       Dallas, Dallas, February 28, 2002.

       Human Growth and Development. Akiba Academy, Dallas, January 22, 2002.


2001

       Ethical Principles in Dementia Care. Presbyterian Village North, Dallas, December 14, 2001.

       Assisted Living: New Developments. Senior Network Alliance, Dallas, September 14, 2001.

*      Medicare Update, Annual Convention, Texas Psychological Association, Austin, October 5, 2001.

       Dementia, Stress, and Stress Management. Texas Department on Aging, Dallas, August 30, 2001.

       Primary Behavioral Disorders in Older Adults. Mental Health Association of Greater Dallas,
       Mental Health and Aging Coalition, June 8, 2001.

       Sleep, Sleep, Sleep! Jewish Community Center Senior Program, Dallas, June 7, 2001.

       Normal Psychological Aging. Guest lecture to Emergency Medicine Education course, UT
       Southwestern Medical Center, April 19, 2001.

       Psychological Aspects of Aging. Guest lecture to Physical Therapy department, UT
       Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School, April 16, 2001.

       New Theories and Data of Normal Late-Life Family and Personality Development. UTSWMC
       SAHSS Research Forum on Aging, Dallas, April 2, 2001.

       Working with Mildly Confused Residents. Monticello West Retirement Facility, Dallas, February
       23, 2001.

       Gerontology Workshop with Cami Shanker, BSW, at Balancing Without a Net: Mental Health
       and the Working Poor, conference by Jewish Family Service at Temple Emanuel, Dallas, February
       15, 2001.

       Important Longitudinal Studies in Gerontology. Jewish Family Service, Dallas, February 1, 2001.

       Management of Geriatric Patients. Guest lecture to Physician Assistant course, UT Southwestern
       Allied Health Sciences School, January 31, 2001.

       Understanding Dementia and Weighing Your Options. C. C. Young Memorial Home, Dallas,
       January 24, 2001

2000
*      New Theories and Data of Normal Late-Life Family and Personality Development. Herzog
       Hospital, Jerusalem, Israel, December 18, 2000.

       Practicing Psychology with Older Adults. Dallas Psychological Association Mentoring Progam,
       Dallas, November 14, 2000.

       Normal Psychological Aging. Guest lecture to Emergency Medicine Education course, UT
       Southwestern Medical Center, November 2, 2000.

       Dementia and Depression: Can You Dodge These Bullets? Richland Community College
       Emeritus Program, Dallas, October 23, 2000.

       Forgetfulness vs. Dementia: Communication and Care. Monticello West Retirement Facility,
       Dallas, July 11, 2000.

       Psychological Aspects of Aging. Guest lecture to Physical Therapy department, UT
       Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School, April 17, 2000.

       Rare Dementias. Jewish Family Service, Dallas, April 11, 2000.

       What I Didn’t Learn in School about Working with Elderly Clients. UT Southwestern Allied
       Health Sciences School, Grand Rounds, March 3, 2000.

       Psychotherapy with the Elderly. Dallas Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, Dallas, February
       10 and 24, 2000.

       Understanding Psychiatric Medications used with Dementia Sufferers. C. C. Young Memorial
       Home, Memory Loss Unit, February 22, 2000.

       Maintaining Normal Sleep Rhythms in Dementia Sufferers.          C. C. Young Memorial Home,
       Memory Loss Unit, February 10, 2000.

       Management of Geriatric Patients. Guest lecture to Physician Assistant course, UT Southwestern
       Allied Health Sciences School, January 27, 2000

       Understanding the Behavior of Dementia Sufferers. C. C. Young Memorial Home, Memory Loss
       Unit, January 25, 2000.

       Introduction to Dementia. C. C. Young Memorial Home, Memory Loss Unit, January 13, 2000.

1999

       Normal and Pathological Aging in Mental Functioning. Guest lecture to family practice and
       community medicine residents, UT Southwestern Medical School, October 26, 1999.

       Psychotherapeutic Issues with the Elderly in the Community. Dallas Area Gerontological Society
       Fall Forum, Dallas, October 19, 1999.

       Depression in Later Life. Church of the Epiphany, Dallas, October 11, 1999.

       Working with Geriatric Patients. Guest lecture to Seminar in Prosthetics and Orthotics, UT
       Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School, September 30, 1999.
       Addressing Dementia in Assisted Living Settings.       Collin Oaks Guest Home, Plano, TX,
       September 29, 1999.

       Psychotherapy with Elderly Clients. Pastoral Counseling and Education Center, Dallas, August
       20, 1999.

       Clinical Geropsychology. Guest lecture to Clinical Psychology Professional Issues course, UT
       Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, August 3, 1999

       What I Have Learned from Families of Dementia Sufferers. Collin Oaks Guest Home, Plano, July
       7, 1999.

       Alzheimer’s Disease: The Activity Director as Life Giver. Annual meeting of the Activity
       Directors Association of Greater Dallas. Grace Presbyterian Village, June 24, 1999.

       What I Have Learned from Families of Dementia Sufferers. Walnut Place Nursing Center, Dallas,
       May 4, 1999.

       Detecting and Responding to Signs of Early Dementia in Elderly Bank Customers. COMERICA
       Bank Trust Department, Dallas, March 29, 1999.

       Management of Geriatric Patients. Guest lecture to Physician Assistant course, UT Southwestern
       Allied Health Sciences School, January 28, 1999

1998

       Gerontology: Interdisciplinary Study of Aging. With Peggy Higgins, M.S. Grand Rounds, UT
       Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School, Dallas, October 2, 1998.

       Nontraditional Therapeutic Interventions for LTC Residents. At Second Annual Current Issues
       in Long-Term Care Facilities: An Update, Department of Gerontology and Geriatric Services, UT
       Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, September 25, 1998.

       Taking Care of Our Elders. At Dallas Conference for Jewish Women, Dallas Area Torah
       Association, Dallas, August 30, 1998.

       Aging and Development. Guest lecture to psychiatry residents’ course, Psychosocial Basis of
       Psychiatry, UT Southwestern Medical School, June 16, 1998.

       Psychology of Aging. Friend to Friend program, Golden Acres (Dallas Home for Jewish Aged),
       June 11, 1998.

       Psychodynamics of Elder Abuse. At conference, Elder Abuse: Are These Really the Golden
       Years? Jewish Family Service, at Temple Emanu-El, Dallas, May 13, 1998.

       Managing Difficult Behaviors in Dementia Sufferers. Jewish Family Service, Dallas, May 7, 1998.

       Developing Dementia Care Units in Assisted Living Facilities. At Assisted Living: Current Issues
       in Facility Management and Resident Care, Department of Gerontology and Geriatric Services,
       UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, April 24, 1998.

       Normal Aging. At conference on Elderly Parents of Developmentally Delayed Adult Children,
       Dallas Area Agency on Aging, April 23, 1998.
       Detecting Suggestions of Dementia in Retirement Housing Applicants. Treemont Retirement
       Center, Dallas, April 8, 1998

1997

       Mood, Thinking Ability, and ADLs in Late Life: What’s Normal and What’s Not?           Senior
       Networking Alliance, Dallas, TX, November 20, 1997.

       Working with Confused Residents. Treemont Retirement Center, Dallas, November 19, 1997.

       Alzheimer’s Disease: What You Need to Know. Ennis Care Center, Ennis, TX, November 18,
       1997.

       Providing a Safe Environment for the Care of Cognitively Impaired Residents. At symposium,
       Current Issues in Long Term Care Facilities, Assisted Living Centers, and Personal Care Homes.
       UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, September 26, 1997.

       Cognitive Assessment. Fifth Annual UT Southwestern Allied Health Research Forum, Dallas,
       TX, April 9, 1997.

       Geropsychology and Practice with Aging Populations. Dallas Psychological Association, Dallas,
       TX, April 8, 1997.

       Geriatric Psychopharmacology. Jewish Family Service and Golden Acres (Dallas Home for
       Jewish Aged), Dallas, February 27, 1997.

       Bereavement: Normal and Pathological Grief. Geriatric Psychiatry Seminar. UT Southwestern
       Medical Center, Dallas, TX, February 11, 1997.

       Working with Confused Residents. Monticello West Retirement Center, Dallas, January 17, 1997.


1996

       Preparing Children for Visiting a Nursing Home. Akiba Academy, Dallas, November 1, 1996.

*      Recognizing and Managing Residents with Dementia. At seminar, Serving the Elderly in
       Subsidized Housing, Texas Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, Plano, TX on
       October 2, and New Braunfels, TX on October 3, 1996.

       Working with Confused Nursing Home Residents. At seminar, Building a Bridge between Acute
       and Long Term Care, Horizon Healthcare Corp, Dallas, June 13, 1996.

       Working with Confused Residents. Staff in-service, Monticello West Retirement Center, Dallas,
       May 10, 1996

       Mental Disorders in Late Life. Volunteer guardian training, Senior Citizens of Greater Dallas,
       April 18, 1996.

       Mental Health Issues in Geriatric Case Management, Brookhaven College, Dallas, February 29,
       1996.

1995
       Psychosocial Care for Dementia Sufferers. Grand Rounds, Southwestern Allied Health Sciences
       School, Dallas, December 1, 1995.

       Mental Health Issues in Geriatric Case Management, Brookhaven College, Dallas, September 19,
       1995.

       You and Your Aging Parents. Family support group, Temple Emanu-El, Dallas, September 17,
       1995.

       Caring for Your Aging Parents: Mental Health Issues. Highland Park Presbyterian Church,
       Dallas, September 17, 1995.

*      Which Way is My Apartment? Dealing with Dementia. Annual meeting of the Texas Association
       of Homes for the Aged, Austin, May 22, 1995.

       Geriatric Mental Illness and Your Workers. Employee Assistance Program Association, Dallas
       Chapter, May 2, 1995.

       Psychological Myths of Aging. Emeritus Program, Richland Junior College, Dallas, April 12,
       1995.

       Senior Citizens and News Media: Utilization, Opinions, and Term Preferences. Paper presented
       at UT Southwestern Allied Health Research Forum, Dallas, April 12, 1995.

       Psychosocial Issues in Aging. Physician Assistant Program, UT Southwestern Medical Center,
       Dallas, March 27, 1995.

       Depression in the Elderly. Cable program on the Long Term Care Network, taped in Dallas,
       January 16, 1995.

       Media News and the Elderly. KLIF radio interview, Dallas, January 12, 1995.

       Media News and the Elderly. KGBS radio interview, Dallas, January 12, 1995.


1994

*      Practice of Geropsychology. Texoma Psychological Association, Sherman, Texas, December 8,
       1994.

*      Conversation Hour with the TPA Health Care Council.             Annual meeting of the Texas
       Psychological Association, Houston, November 11, 1994.

       Alzheimer’s Disease. KDFW (CBS) TV interview, Dallas, November 7, 1994.

       Alzheimer’s Disease. ABC radio interview, Chicago, November 7, 1994.

       Families Coping with Alzheimer’s Disease. Irving Living Center, Irving, Texas, October 13, 1994.

       Aging and Mental Health. KGBS radio interview, Dallas, October 10, 1994.
       Working with Depressed Elderly Home Health Clients. Home Health Plus, Dallas, August 11,
       1994.

       The Old and the Restless: Sex and the Dementia Resident.           Annual meeting of the Texas
       Association of Homes for the Aged, Dallas, May 23, 1994.

       Careers in Gerontology. STARS Program, UT Southwestern, Dallas, Texas, May 11, 1994.

       Aging: Normal and Abnormal. North Texas State University Life Span Development course
       lecture, Dallas, Texas, May 5, 1994.

       Coping with Depression and Loneliness. Senior Citizens of Greater Dallas, Dallas, Texas, May 5,
       1994.

       Successful Aging. Dallas Parkinsonism Society, May 9, 1994.

       Geropsychiatric Units in Nursing Homes. Cable program on the Long Term Care Network,
       taped in Dallas, April 18, 1994.

       Psychosocial Issues in Aging. Physician Assistant Program, UT Southwestern Medical Center,
       Dallas, Texas, April 15, 1994.

       Aging: Normal and Abnormal. Callier Center for Communication Disorders, University of
       Texas at Dallas, March 21, 1994.

       Mental Disorders in Nursing Homes. North Texas Chapter of Texas Association of Homes for
       the Aged, Dallas, March 18, 1994.

       Geriatric Interdisciplinary Grand Rounds, UT Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School,
       Dallas, March 4, 1994.

       Clinical Issues in Psychosocial Aging. Visiting Nurses Association, Dallas, February 9, 1994.


1993

       Coping with Aging Parents: A Challenge for their Middle Aged Children. Southern Methodist
       University Women’s Center, November 18, 1993.

       Hot Weather: Risks for the Elderly. KRLD radio interview, Dallas, July 1, 1993.

       Hot Weather: Risks for the Elderly. AMA radio interview, Dallas, June 28, 1993.

       Hot Weather: Risks for the Elderly. KCBI radio interview, Dallas, June 9, 1993.

       Dementia Care in Nursing Homes. Nursing Home Ombudsman Task Force, Dallas, April 29,
       1993.

       Aging: Normal and Abnormal. Callier Center for Communication Disorders, University of
       Texas at Dallas, April 26, 1993.

       Dementia Special Care Units in the Nursing Home. Presentation to group of Dutch health
       professionals, UT Southwestern, Dallas, April 21, 1993.
       Resources for Geriatric Counseling: The Bare Essentials. Department of Rehabilitation Science,
       UT Southwestern, Dallas, April 20, 1993.

       Clinical Case Conference on Psychosocial Care. Dallas Home for Jewish Aged, April 1, 1993.

*      “Ask the Experts:” Alzheimer’s Research Review.         At Alzheimer’s Disease: Developing a
       Network of Care, Tyler, Texas, March 5, 1993.

       Dementia Care. Family Practice Department, Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, January
       19, 1993.


1992

       Dementia Care: The Social Work Connection.          Treemont Retirement Community, Dallas,
       November 24, 1992.

       Medicare: Latest Developments. Annual meeting of the Texas Psychological Association, Dallas,
       October 30, 1992.

       Senior Suicide. Plano Senior Center Advisory Board, Cable broadcast, Plano, TX, October 21,
       1992.

       Evaluating and Treating the Elderly. Managed Behavioral Care, Inc., Dallas, July 21, 1992.

*      Dementia Care (I. Specialized Long Term Care; II: Neuropsychological Evaluation and the Care
       Planning Process). At Dementia Care in the Nursing Home: Specialized Approaches, by
       SterlingCare Alzheimer’s Services, Ltd., and Ball State University, Wabash, IN, July 13, 1992.

       Behavioral Management of the Dementia Patient.           Family Practice Department, Charter
       Methodist Hospital, Dallas, May 20, 1992.

*      Disruptive Behaviors in the Dining Room. Annual meeting of the Texas Association of Homes
       for the Elderly, Houston, TX, May 14, 1992.

*      Coping with Behavioral Problems. Regional meeting of the Texas Health Care Association,
       Dallas, April 23, 1992.

       Life Span Development. Department of Allied Health Education, UTSWMC, Dallas, April 16,
       1992.

*      Behavioral Management of the Dementia Patient. In teleconference, Advances in the Clinical
       Care of the Alzheimer’s Patient,” by Southwestern Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, Dallas,
       April 9, 1992.

       On Being Old and Depressed in Dallas. Symposium by the Mental Health Association of Greater
       Dallas, March 19, 1992.


1991

       Coping with Aging Parents.       Alumnae meeting of SMU sorority Alpha Delta Pi, Dallas,
       November 12, 1991.
*   Dementia Care: A Sampling of Best Practices in Facilities. Symposium with M. Calkins, J. Hyde,
    J. Zeisel, I. Faunce, and P. Sloane. Meeting of American Association of Homes for the Aged, San
    Francisco, CA, November 4, 1992.

    Geriatric Services in Dallas. Scenario Adult Day Care Center, Dallas, TX, September 20, 1992.

    The History of Psychology. Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Dallas, August 26, 1991.

    Suicide: The Geriatric Context. The Suicide and Crisis Center, Dallas, TX, July 29, 1991.

    Recent Trends in Aging. PeopleCare Nursing Home Corp., Dallas, TX, July 24, 1991.

*   Clinical Tips: Approaches for Dealing with Difficult Residents. Texas Association of Homes for
    the Aging, Austin, TX, June 27, 1991.

*   A Model Instructional Strategy for Teaching Prehospital Management of Patients with
    Alzheimer’s disease. Poster presentation with D. Cason and R. Wilson. Annual Conference of
    the National Association of EMS Physicians, Orlando, FL, June 14, 1991.

*   Geriatric Psychology in the Nineties. At “A Vision: Addressing Texas Mental Health Issues of
    the Nineties,” Texas Psychological Association, Austin, TX, April 19, 1991.

    Insomnia: Causes and Treatments.         Continuity of Care Conference, Treemont Retirement
    Facility, April 18, 1991.

    Dealing with Difficult Residents. C.C. Young Memorial Home, Dallas, TX, February 27, 1991.

    Designated Dementia Units. Parkland Memorial Hospital Geriatric Lecture Series, Dallas, TX,
    February 20, 1991.

*   Acute Behavioral Units in Nursing Homes. Symposium with G. Martin. Annual Meeting,
    Gerontological Society of America, Boston, MA, November 17, 1990.

    Myths of Aging. Annual meetings of Baylor Health Care System, 55 Plus Program, Dallas, TX,
    November 6, 1990.

    Geriatric Mental Health. Presentation to Continuity of Care quarterly meeting, Treemont
    Retirement Facility, Dallas, TX, October 18, 1990.

*   The Needs of Alzheimer’s Patients in Long Term Care. At “Alzheimer Special Care Units:
    Innovative Approaches in Long Term Care,” Washington University Alzheimer’s Disease
    Research Center, St. Louis, MO, October 9, 1990.

    Aging in the Nineties. Presentation to Board of Directors, Family Hospice of the Mid-Cities,
    Irving, TX, August 23, 1990.

*   Psychologists in Long Term Care. Symposium with S. Qualls, W. Altman, C. Dye, & M. Smyer at
    Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA, August 13, 1990.

    The Role of Health Care in Retirement Housing. Forum at Park Lane opening ceremonies, Dallas,
    TX, June 26, 1990.
       Elderly Suicide in the Context of Normal Aging. At “Elderly Suicide: The Next Epidemic?”
       Suicide & Crisis Center, Dallas, TX, May 11, 1990.

       You and Your Aging Parents. First Baptist Church, Garland, TX, May 6, 1990.

       Retirement: The Psychological Challenge. Texas Department of Human Resources, Dallas, TX,
       March 28, 1990.

       Conceptualizing Helping Relationships. OASIS Volunteer Training, Presbyterian Village North,
       Dallas, TX, March 15, 1990.

       Adult Children of Aging Parents. Bell Northern Telecom, Dallas, TX, February 27, 1990.

*      Environmental Design for Dementia. Keynote address at first Visiting Scholar Program, Texas
       Tech University Alzheimer’s Disease Institute, Lubbock, TX, February 21, 1990.

       You and Your Aging Parents. Highland Park Presbyterian Church, Dallas, TX, January 31, 1990.

       Coping with Aged Parents: A Challenge for the Middle Aged Children. Southern Methodist
       University, Dallas, TX, January 25, 1990.

1989

*      Behavioral and Cognitive Outcomes of SCU Care: A Controlled Longitudinal Study. Annual
       conference, Gerontological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, November 20, 1989.

       Living with a Demented Relative. Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, November 5, 1989.

*      Recent Policy Developments in Geriatric Psychology. Symposium with T. Cook & G. Foelker.
       Annual Convention, Texas Psychological Association, Houston, TX, November 3, 1989.

       Aging with Parkinson’s Disease. Dallas Area Parkinson’s Society, October 16, 1989.

       The Aging Experience: A Lifelong Journey. Junior League of Dallas, October 2, 1989.

       Confidentiality in Nursing Homes. Nursing Home Ombudsman recertification training, Senior
       Citizens of Greater Dallas, September 26, 1989.

       Behavior Management in Dementia. Gunter Nursing Center, Gunter, TX, August 8, 1989.

*      Specialized Alzheimer's Units: Are They Really Better? Paper at sixth annual Lou Lewis
       Memorial Symposium in Gerontology, Seven Acres Jewish Geriatric Center, Houston, TX, May
       25, 1989.

*      Blueprint for a Specialized Alzheimer’s Disease Nursing Home. Invited faculty at conference
       sponsored by Massachusetts A.D. Research Center, NIA, & AoA, Boston, MA, May 12-13, 1989.

       Coping with Mental Changes in Older Relatives. Region VI AoA Office, Dallas, TX, March 1,
       1989.

       Behavior Problems Associated with Alzheimer’s Disease. Dallas Chapter, ADRDA, Dallas, TX,
       February 19, 1989.
       Health, the Elderly, and the Future. First Lutheran Church, Dallas, TX, February 12, 1989.

       Psychological Aspects of Aging. St. Michael’s Church, Dallas, TX February 12, 1989.

       Developing Positive Relations with your Aging Relative. Arlington Heights Nursing Home, Fort
       Worth, TX, January 19, 1989.


1988

*      Methodologic Issues in the Study of Specialized Units for Dementia in Nursing Homes.
       Symposium with P. Sloan, K. Buckwalter, M. Maas, D. Beitler, and S. Miller. Annual Conference,
       Gerontological Society of America, San Francisco, CA, November 21, 1988.

*      Families of Institutionalized Demented: Does SCU Programming Make a Difference for Them?
       Paper at Annual Conference, Gerontological Society of America, San Francisco, CA, November
       20, 1988.

*      Practical Guides to Behavioral Management. Invited Address at Emerging Concepts in
       Alzheimer Care, presented by the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Alzheimer’s
       Center, San Antonio, TX October 7, 1988.

       Behavioral Issues. At Quality of Life for the Elderly: Medical and Psychosocial Interventions,
       presented by Grace Presbyterian Village, Dallas, TX, June 23, 1988.

       Enhancing the Lives of the Elderly. Jewish Family Service, Dallas, TX, March 7, 1988.



1987

*      New Research Findings from Special Care Units for Dementia. With H. West, Ph.D., M. Salamon,
       Ph.D., J. Cohen-Mansfield, Ph.D., N. Orr, & F. Miller. Included paper, Longitudinal Control
       Group Evaluation of a SCU for Dementia Patients: Initial Findings. Annual Conference,
       Gerontological Society of America, Washington, D.C., November 22, 1987.

*      Behavioral Management of Patients with Dementia. At Alzheimer’s Disease: Special practices for
       Dealing with Dementia, presented by UT School of Social Work, Austin, TX, November 9, 1987.

       Managing Behavior: The Team Approach. At Alzheimer’s Disease: Community Concern &
       Caring Response, III, presented by Dallas ADRDA, etc., Dallas, TX, November 6, 1987.

       Lifestyle Adjustment. Pre-retirement Seminars, Rockwell International, Dallas, TX, September 22,
       & 29, 1987.

       Activity Therapy for Demented Nursing Home Residents. Dallas Activity Directors Association.
       Dallas, TX, August 10, 1987.

       What to Expect of an Aging Parent. Treemont Retirement community family night. Dallas, TX,
       July 29, 1987.

       Death and Mourning.       Moderated panel of religious and mental health professionals.
       Congregation Shaare-Tefilla, Dallas, TX, July 26, 1987.
       Mental Impairment: Fact & Fiction. At Counseling Issued and the Aged, presented by
       Presbyterian Village, Inc., and UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, June, 1987.

       Alzheimer’s Disease: The Research Perspective. Dallas ADRDA Fundraising Kick-off, Dallas,
       TX, May 28, 1987.

*      Clinical Psychology and the Elderly, Psychology Dept., North Texas State University, Denton,
       TX, April 28, 1987.

*      Bereavement, Dying, and Death. Graduate School of Social Work, University of Texas, Austin,
       TX, April 6, 1987.

       Special Care Units for Dementia. Northeast Chapter, Texas Association of Homes for the Aged,
       Dallas, TX, March 27, 1987.

       Adjusting Family Ties. Walnut Place Nursing Home family night, Dallas, TX, March 18, 1987.

       Geriatric Psychopharmacology. Jewish Family Service, Dallas, TX, March 18, 1987.

       Our Aging Parents: Personal and Communal Responses. Workshop resource person at forum on
       The Changing Family presented by the Interfaith Task Force of the Greater Dallas Community of
       Churches and the Jewish Community Relations Council, Dallas, TX, March 2, 1987.

       Management of ADL Deficits in Dementia. C.C. Young Memorial Home, Dallas, TX, February
       18, 1987.

       Assessing Mental Status in Elderly Patients. University of Texas at Arlington School of Nursing,
       Dallas, TX, February 9, 1987.

       Normal Aging. Hospice Care, Inc., Dallas, TX, January 29, 1987.


1986

       Management of Aggressive Behavior in Dementia.           Doctors Nursing Center, Dallas, TX,
       November 20, 1986.

       Alzheimer’s Disease Update. Family night, Presbyterian Village Nursing Home, Dallas, TX,
       November 20, 1986.

       Gerontology: Emerging Roles for Psychologists. Coordinated and participated in invited panel
       at Annual Convention of the Texas Psychological Association, Dallas, TX, November 7, 1986.

       Working with Families of Nursing Home Residents. Public workshop on nursing home care
       coordinated by the Department of Psychiatry, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center,
       Dallas, TX, October 30, 1986.

       Advantages of Adult Day Care for Dementia Patients. Scenario Adult Day Care & Health Care
       Services, Dallas, TX, September 29, 1986.

*      Special Nursing Home Units for Care of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients. With H. West, Ph.D.
       Annual Conference, Southwest Society on Aging, Houston, TX, September 3, 1986.
       Understanding Your Aging Relatives. Hunt Oil Company, Dallas, TX, August 27, 1986.

       Depression-Free Living. Highland Park United Methodist Church, Older Adult Center, Dallas,
       TX, June 3, 1986.

       Psychological Realities of Retirement. Preretirement planning seminar conducted by the
       University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, May 16, 1986.

       Behavior Management in Alzheimer’s Disease.          Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders
       Association, Dallas, TX, April 20, 1986.

*      Behavior Management in Alzheimer’s Disease.             Eighth Annual Ward Symposium,
       Interdisciplinary Care of the Neurologically Impaired Aged. Lamar University, Beaumont, TX,
       April 4, 1986.

       Supportive Intervention Strategies with Aging Parents. Symposium on Caring for Aging Parents
       coordinated by the Visiting Nurse Association of Texas, Dallas, TX, March 19, 1986.

       Staff and Resident Individuality. In-service at Walnut Place Nursing Home, Dallas, TX, March
       12, 1986

1985

*      Family Practice and Gerontology. John Peter Smith Hospital Family Residency Program. Fort
       Worth, TX, December 16, 1985.

*      The Future of Psychological Consultation in Long Term Care. With F. Wilcox, Ph.D., C.
       Wendland, Ph.D., M. Hwalek, Ph.D., & J. Parr, Ph.D. Annual Conference, Gerontological Society
       of America, New Orleans, LA, November 23, 1985.

       Depression in the Elderly. Jewish Family Service, Dallas, TX, November 20, 1985.

       Supervising the Older Employee.       Dallas Times Herald management workshop, Dallas, TX,
       November 13, 1985.

       Psychology of Normal Aging. Public workshop on aging coordinated by the Department of
       Psychiatry, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, October 31, 1985.

       Coming Out of the Closet: A New View of Residents’ Families. Presbyterian Village Nursing
       Home, Dallas, TX, October 30, 1985.

       Alzheimer’s Disease: Facts for Families. Radio Interview, KAFM 92.5, Dallas, TX, October 29,
       1985.

       Depression in Late Life. American Association of Retired Persons, Dallas, TX, October 2, 1985.

       Alzheimer’s Disease in Context. Delivered at Public Policy and Alzheimer’s Disease Conference,
       Lago Vista, TX, September 26, 1985.

       Fiction and Fact in Aging. Community Senior Center, Lancaster, TX, August 8, 1985.

       Sexuality in the Aged. Jewish Family Service, Dallas, TX, Part I: July 10, 1985; Part II: August 14,
       1985.
       Managing Elders with Emotional Disorders. Access Center for the Elderly, Dallas, TX, June 12,
       1985.

       Insomnia: You and Sleep. Autumn Leaves Retirement Village, Dallas, TX, June 6, 1985.

*      Interdisciplinary Team Management. National Homecaring Council Annual Management
       Institute, Des Moines, Iowa, May 15, 1985.

*      Nursing Homes: A Family Affair. Daylong multi-session workshop with Helen West, Ph.D.
       Institute for Gerontological Research & Education, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces,
       NM, April 26, 1985.

       Retirement: Making the Transition. Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX, March 25, 1985.

*      Impact of Social Factors on the Development and Management of Mental Disorders in Late Life.
       Annual conference, Southwestern Sociological Association, Houston, TX, March 21, 1985.

       Burnout in Geriatric Social Services. Jewish Family Service, Dallas, TX, February 20, 1985.

       Be in Charge. Blanton Gardens, Dallas, TX, February, 1985.


1984

       Understanding Aging. Richardson Unitarian Church. Richardson, TX, December 30, 1984.

*      Interdisciplinary Long Term Care Teams: Overcoming Obstacles to Cooperation. With Helen
       West, Ph.D., & E. Ebbs, M.S.N. Annual Conference, Gerontological Society of America, San
       Antonio, TX, November 19, 1984.

*      Innovations in Interdisciplinary Gerontology Programs. With Helen West, Ph.D.                 Annual
       Conference of the Southwest Society on Aging, San Antonio, TX, September 10, 1984.

*      Death and Dying. With Helen West, Ph.D. Body & Mind, Health & Soul: A Seminar on Aging.
       Sponsored by University of Oklahoma Gerontology Training Program. Oklahoma City, OK,
       September 6, 1984.

       Interdisciplinary geriatric team training for professionals. Nursing Home Care Unit, Veterans
       Administration Hospital, Dallas, TX, August 22, 1984.

*      Emotional Responses of Families of Alzheimer’s Patients: What to Expect, How to Cope, and
       Tapping Resources. Workshop on the Family as Caregiver, Southwest Society on Aging, Dallas,
       TX, July 26, 1984.

       Understanding Aging. Central Lutheran Church, Dallas, TX, July 22, 1984.

*      Understanding and Working with Families of Nursing Home Residents. Annual Conference of
       the Oklahoma State Nursing Home Association, Oklahoma City, OK, June 12, 1984.

       Interdisciplinary Team Training for LVNs. Nursing Home Care Unit, Veterans Administration
       Hospital, Dallas, TX, June 6, 1984.
       Behavior Therapy for Depression in the Elderly. Jewish Family Service, Dallas, TX, May 7, 1984.

       Mental Health for City Department Supervisors: Understanding the People, The Problems, and
       Treatments. City Hall, Dallas, TX, April 19, 1984.

       Surviving the Personal Strains of Working in a Nursing Home. In-service seminar, Walnut Place
       Nursing Home, Dallas, TX, March 26, 1984.

       Practice of Clinical Geropsychology. Milo Benningfield, Ph.D. & Associates, Dallas, TX, March
       12, 1984.

       Psychopathologies of Late Life & Psychological Interventions.       Nursing Home Care Unit,
       Veterans Administration Hospital, Dallas, TX, March 7, 1984.

       Interdisciplinary Health Care Team Approach to Geriatric Long Term Care. Coordinated and
       participated in panel presentation. Nursing Home Care Unit, Veterans Administration Hospital,
       Dallas, TX, March 7, 1984.

       Psychology of Aging. Coordinated, moderated, and participated in panel presentation with B.
       Hayslip, R. Hussian, Ph.D., and B. Ingram. Dallas Psychological Association, Dallas, TX,
       February 14, 1984.

       “Oiy Gestalt”: A Layman’s Guide to Psychotherapy.             With Allyn B. Chafetz, M.S.W.,
       Congregation Tiferet Israel, Dallas, TX, February 11, 1984.

       Psychopathology of Aging. Part of workshop by Southwest Long Term Care Gerontology
       Center, Assessing the Status of Older People. Lighthouse for the Blind, Dallas, TX, February 2,
       1984.


1983

       Alcoholism and the Elderly. Texas Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors, Dallas,
       TX, November 7, 1983.

       Psychopathology of Aging. Association of Labor-Management Administrators and Consultants
       on Alcoholism, Dallas, TX, November 7, 1983.

       Understanding Older Women. Jewish Community Center, Dallas, TX, October 11, 1983.

       Aging and Psychology. Radio interview, KERA FM 90, Dallas, TX, September 26, 1983.

       You and Your Aging Parents. Dallas-Fort Worth Federal Executive Board’s Employee
       Counseling Services Program. Federal Building, Dallas, TX, September 22, 1983.

       Alzheimer’s Disease and the Family: What to Expect and How to Cope. Alzheimer’s Disease
       and Related Disorders Association, Dallas, TX, June 19, 1983.

       Aging: Normal and Abnormal. Golden Acres, Jewish Home for the Aged, Dallas, TX, May 11,
       1983.

       Aging: Normal and Abnormal. Jewish Family Service, Dallas, TX, April 21, 1983.
*      Geropsychology for the Long Term Care Professional.        B’nai B’rith Home for the Aged.
       Memphis, TN, March 14, 1983.

       Personality Trends in Aging. Jewish Community Center, Dallas, TX, February 8, 1983.

       Retirement: Psychological Aspects. Radio interview, KRLD AM 1060, Dallas, TX, February 3,
       1983.

*      Aging: Optimizing Principles. Temple Beth Am, Los Angeles, CA, January 10, 1983.

1982

       Alcoholism and the Elderly: Treatment Principles Dallas Council on Alcoholism, Dallas, TX,
       September 24, 1982.

       Understanding the Elderly. With C. Ochs, Ph.D. & L. Tate, Ph.D. Full-day staff development
       workshop, Pasadena Interfaith Housing Foundation, Pasadena, TX, January 22, 1982.

*      Aging and Mental Health. Full-day workshop for professionals, conducted at Psychological
       Service Center, Corpus Christi, TX, January 16, 1982.


1981

*      Employment Opportunities for Clinical Psychologists with Advanced Training in Gerontology.
       With E. Ochs & L. Tate. Symposium presented at the annual convention of American
       Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA, August, 1981.

*      Clinical geriatric case presentation with Robt. Kastenbaum at Eighty Annual Gerontology Center
       Forum, Psychotherapy for Late Life Emotional Problems, TRIMS, Houston, TX, April, 1981.


1979

*      A Validation Study of Several Geriatric Behavior Rating Scales. Paper presented at the annual
       convention of the Florida Psychological Association, Jacksonville Beach, FL, May, 1979.

				
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