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Dr. Anne M. Dietrich Registered Psychologist

______________________________________________________________________________ __ PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION 2007-2008 2005-pres. 2001-2006 EDUCATION Ph.D. (2003) (CGPA: 4.11) The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (APA and CPA accredited program in counseling psychology) M.A. (1996) (1st Class) Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada (Program in Psychology and Law) B.A. (Hons.), (1994) (1st Class) Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada (Major: Psychology; Minor: Philosophy) ADDITIONAL TRAINING See pp. 11-16. ACADEMIC AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS 2001 Award for Outstanding Student Achievement - International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (Funding $1,000 US) 2001 War Memorial Scholarship - IODE Canadian chapter (Funding $15,000) 1998-2001 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Doctoral Fellowships (Funding $58,000) 1999 Graduate Student Research Travel Award - UBC & Canadian Airlines Systems Award 1996-1998 University of British Columbia Full Graduate Fellowships ( Funding $43,000) 1994-1996 Rosalie Segal Awards, Simon Fraser University (Funding $2000) 1992-1996 Teaching Assistant Scholarships, Simon Fraser University ELECTED POSITIONS 2008-2009 2006-2008 2003-2004 2003-2004 1999-2001 Past Chair, Traumatic Stress Section, Canadian Psychological Association Chair, Traumatic Stress Section, Canadian Psychological Association President, Canadian Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation Director, Canadian Traumatic Stress Network Secretary-Treasurer, Canadian Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation Washington Board of Psychologists, temporary license College of Psychologists of BC, License #1603 Licensed Psychologist (federal), Northwest Territories

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PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 2009- BC Psychological Association Task Force, Prescription Privileges for Psychologists 2008-pres Website Editor, International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (www.isst-d.org) 2007 Reviewer, Physician's Information and Education Resource (PIER) Module on Child Abuse, American College of Physicians, Philadelphia PA 2005-2006 Conference Coordinator, 4th Vancouver Trauma Conference, Practical Approaches to Working with Interpersonal Trauma and Violence, Vancouver, June 22-25, 2006. Guest speakers included Christine Courtois PhD, Laurie Anne Pearlman PhD, Pat Ogden PhD, and Ervin Staub PhD. 2004-pres Editorial Board, Traumatology Journal 2003-2004 Conference Coordinator, Trauma Conference III, Treatment of Complex PTSD: Research and Clinical Applications, Vancouver, June 25-27, 2004. Guest speakers included Alexander McFarlane MD, Chris Brewin PhD, and Rachel Yeduda PhD. 2002-2003 Conference Coordinator, Trauma Conference II, Treatment of Complex PTSD: Research and Clinical Applications, Vancouver, June 11-14, 2003. Guest speakers included John Briere PhD, Bessel van der Kolk MD, and Marylene Cloitre PhD. 2002 Organizer, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy for Trauma Series, Vancouver. Trainers: Dr. Pat Ogden, Dan Thomas, Deirdre Fay. 2001--pres. Ad hoc Reviewer, Journal of Traumatic Stress 2001-pres. Listserv Moderator, Trauma-Professional Email discussion list 2001-2002 Conference Coordinator, Trauma, Dissociation & Attachment Conference, Vancouver, June 6-8, 2002. Guest speakers included John Briere PhD, Jennifer Freyd PhD, John O'Neill MD (FRCPC), Su Baker MEd, Bessel van der Kolk, MD, and Pat Ogden PhD 1999-pres Reviewer, Traumatology Journal PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES 2006-pres. 2006-pres 2005-pres. 2002-2004 2001-2004 1999-2006 1999-pres. 1998-2004 1997-2005 1997-pres. 1992-pres. Member, Anxiety Disorders Association of America Member, Medical Network, Amnesty International Member, British Columbia Psychological Association Member, Association for the Treatment of Sex Abusers Member, American Psychosomatic Society Member, Canadian Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation Member, International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (not continuous) Member, Canadian Traumatic Stress Network Member, American Psychological Association Member, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Member, Canadian Psychological Association (not continuous), including membership in the Clinical section, Psychopharmacology section, and the Traumatic Stress section.

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE 1999-pres. Private Practice

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Provide individual and couples therapy with a specialization in assessment and treatment of PTSD, personality disorders, sexual offending, anger and violence, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, etc. Forensic assessments Qualified as an expert witness in British Columbia and Washington State (Posttraumatic Stress Disorder; Risk of Violence; Risk of Sexual Violence) Clinician/Clinical Psychologist, Outpatient Psychiatry, Vancouver General Hospital (temporary position) Intake assessments Consultation reports Individual and Group treatment with the Intensive Program (a tertiary care program for treatment of severe personality disorders) Group facilitator with the Changeways core program for depression Group facilitator with the Longterm Support Group for individuals with treatment-resistant depression Clinical Rounds Supervision and consultation Prepared therapist manual for the Intensive Program Statistical analyses and presentation of outcome data for the Intensive Program Clinician/Clinical Psychologist, PTSD Clinic at Vancouver General Hospital (contract position) Provided individual and group treatment to individuals who have experienced traumatic events and suffer from PTSD and co-morbid disorders Conducted clinical interviews/intake assessments Wrote diagnostic assessment reports and treatment reports Facilitated PTSD groups Trained students and colleagues Research Clinician, Eating Disorders Clinic (Quest Program), St. Paul's Hospital (temporary position) Provided individual and group treatment to individuals suffering from severe eating disorders that have not responded to primary and secondary intervention Staff education Clinical Rounds Supervision of clinical psychology practicum student Prepared a treatment manual for Body Image group Psychologist (federal), Correctional Service of Canada Provided individual treatment to offenders released into the community on parole (trauma, anger management, substance abuse, sexual assault, relationship violence) Conducted psychological assessments for the National Parole Board Conducted intake, mid-treatment and post-treatment assessments of risk of future violent offending and sexual offending, and write reports Facilitated Sexual Offender groups using a cognitive-behavioral program and relapse prevention principles (2001-2002)

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Provided consultation for psychologists, parole officers, police officers, and other community resource personnel Provided training to psychologists, parole officers, police officers, half-way house staff and other professionals Supervised doctoral interns and practicum students Conducted research studies Clinical Psychology Intern, Correctional Service of Canada (1600 hrs) Conducted intake assessments Conducted risk of violence assessments/detention review reports for the National Parole Board Conducted intelligence and personality assessments Wrote assessment and treatment reports Provided individual treatment and charted treatment notes Co-facilitated sex offender treatment groups Provided individual crisis intervention and short-term counselling to acute inpatients who were psychotic or suicidal Provided consultation for colleagues and other professional staff; caseconferencing Clinical Psychology Extern, Vancouver General Hospital, Integrative Personality Program Conducted intake interviews/assessments and wrote reports Co-facilitated a 20-week therapy group for male and female outpatients with severe personality disorders, using a modified Dialectical Behavior Therapy treatment model Analyzed and presented treatment outcome data Traumatology Practicum, Traumatology Institute, Florida State University Conducted assessments and individual treatment of clients with PTSD Wrote reports and charted treatment notes Consultation; case-conferencing Trained in various approaches to treating posttraumatic stress, including EMDR Practicum in Clinical Supervision, New Westminster Clinic Provided clinical supervision of graduate students in the Individual treatment and the Family Therapy clinic. Responsibilities included observing student treatment sessions through 2-way mirrors and video-tapes; providing skills instruction; didactic teaching and demonstration of various interventions; providing feedback and consultation to students; grading students' work Clinical Practica, New Westminster Clinic Conducted intake assessments Administered, scored, and interpreted various psychological tests Provided individual (teen and adult) therapy, co-counseling, couples therapy, and family therapy and charted treatment notes Consultation with community and staff professionals Group Psychotherapy Co-facilitator, Vancouver Incest and Sexual Abuse Center

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5 · · 1996-1997 · · · · · 1990-1994 · · · Co-facilitated 10-week manualized treatment groups for women who were sexually abused as children and charted treatment notes Consultation Crisis Intervention Worker, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Coquitlam, B.C. Attended scenes of crime and provided direct one-to-one crisis intervention to adults, children, and families who had experienced or witnessed interpersonal violence/abuse, sudden death, suicide, robbery, and other trauma Reviewed police and court files Completed intervention notes Consultation for police members and other staff Made referrals to community resources Clinical Assistant, Forensic Psychiatric Institute Administered and scored various psychometric tests to in-patients who were remanded for psychiatric assessment or who had been found Not Criminally Responsible Due to Mental Disorder, or Unfit to Stand Trial. Conducted interviews with in-patients who were remanded for psychiatric assessment or who had been found Not Criminally Responsible Due to Mental Disorder, or Unfit to Stand Trial Managed the research database

TEACHING POSITIONS 1997-2000 · Instructor, Dept. of Counseling Psychology, University of British Columbia Instructed undergraduate courses in · CNPS 365 (Theories of Psychotherapy) (Fall, 1997) · CNPS 362 (Interviewing Skills -- Theory and Lab) (Summer, 1998) · CNPS 363 (Career Counseling) (Spring, 1998; Summer, 1999; Fall, 1999) · Co-instructed CNPS 578B, a Masters level lab course in Therapeutic Interventions, including Family Therapy Interventions (Spring 1999) Teaching Assistant, Department of Psychology, Simon Fraser University · Courses taught include · PSYC 241 (Psychopathology) (Fall, 1995; Spring, 1996) · PSYC 306 (Psychological Assessment) (Summer, 1995) · PSYC 360 (Social Psychology) (Spring, 1995) · PSYC 308 (History and Systems of Modern Psychology) (Spring, 1994) · PSYC 201 (Research Design) (Fall 1993)

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RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Current Co-Investigator, University of Southern California Project: Complex PTSD study Co-Investigator: John Briere, PhD Ph.D. Dissertation Research, University of British Columbia

2000-2003

6 Project: PTSD and Associated Features as Mediators of Adult Revictimization and Perpetration. Investigation of whether PTSD and Associated Features mediate between childhood maltreatment and later revictimization, as well as later perpetration of violence with incarcerated offenders 2001 Investigator, Correctional Service of Canada Co-investigators: W. Carson Smiley, Ph.D., Correctional Service of Canada; Claire Frederick, M.D., Harvard University Medical School Project: Assessed the effectiveness of an intensive, manualized treatment program for high-risk incarcerated sex offenders. Offenders were followed up in the community over a ten-year period following their release from prison, and violent offenses were coded as outcome variables.

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Co-investigator, Vancouver Hospital and Health Sciences Centre Co-researchers: Inna Vlassev, Ph.D., Greg Passey, M.D., Desiree Prisman, Ph.D., & Regan Shercliffe, Ph.D., Vancouver General Hospital Department of Outpatient Psychiatry Project: Analysis of treatment outcome with a group of individuals who suffer from severe personality disorders (including Borderline Personality Disorder) and who have not responded primary and secondary interventions. Master's Thesis Research Department of Psychology, Simon Fraser University Project: Assessing Risk of Violence in Mentally Disordered Offenders with the HCR-20. This project was designed to assess the psychometric properties of the HCR-20, and to determine its' validity in terms of predicting violence in forensic psychiatric inpatients. Research Assistant, Simon Fraser University Department of Psychology, Risk Assessment Lab Project: This study was a pilot study to assess the predictive validity of an instrument (the HCR-20) in assessing risk of future violence. I wrote a scoring manual for the HCR-20, and collected and analyzed archival data. Clinical/Research Assistant, Forensic Psychiatric Institute Department of Psychology, Port Coquitlam, B.C. Project: This project was designed to assess the longterm functioning of patients who were found either Not Criminally Responsible due to Mental Disorder (NCRMD) or Unfit to Stand Trial. I conducted semi-structured interviews and did psychometric testing with adult in-patients; managed the database Research Assistant, BC Institute Against Family Violence Vancouver, B.C. Project: This project was designed to assess functioning of men who engaged in domestic violence against their partners, and to compare men's self-reports of violence and conflict resolution with their partner's reports. I administered psychometric tests and interviews to persons who had experienced or committed family violence. Honour's Thesis Research, Simon Fraser University

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7 Department of Psychology Project: The predictive validity of the PCL-R in high risk mentally disordered offenders. This study looked at the validity of the Psychopathy Checklist, Revised in terms of predicting future violence. 1992-1995 Senior Research Assistant, Simon Fraser University Psychophysiology Lab, Department of Psychology Project: This project was designed to assess physiological markers in response to food stimuli with individuals who suffer from eating disorders. I conducted psychophysiological studies and analyzed computerized data; managed the lab and trained new assistants; recruited and scheduled research participants; and managed the database.

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Research Assistant, Simon Fraser University Brain and Behavior Lab, Department of Psychology Project: This project was designed to assess event-related brain wave potentials in response to a 40-hertz tone, in order to localize the area of the human brain where this information is processed. I conducted EEG studies and computerized Dipole analyses.

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE 1993-1997 Victim Assistance Worker, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Coquitlam, B.C. · Attended scenes of crime and provided direct one-on-one crisis intervention to adults, children, and families who had experienced or witnessed interpersonal violence/abuse, sudden death, suicide, robbery, and other trauma · Accompanied clients to court and provided information on the legal system · Reviewed police and court files · Completed intervention notes · Consultation for police members and other staff · Made referrals to community resources · Assisted in the design of a Program Evaluation Study, analyzed the results, and wrote the final report Area Coordinator, Coquitlam Block Parent Program, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Coquitlam, B.C. · Oversaw the operation of the Block Parent Program in the Coquitlam/Port Coquitlam area. The Block Parent Program is a program where responsible adults avail themselves and their homes to children and persons who are in need of emergency assistance. · Implemented a new computer database to monitor the program · Wrote a School Coordinator's Manual · Provided ongoing training and management of 40 volunteer school coordinators and hundreds of block parents Hospice Support Worker, White Rock Hospice Society · Provided grief counseling and support to terminally ill persons and their families Crisis Line Counselor, Mission Community Services Society, Mission, B.C.

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8 · 1987-1989 Provided crisis intervention/counseling to callers on the Adult Crisis Line and the Teen Line

Senior Partner, Hillside Boys and Girls Club, North Delta, B.C. · Provided lay counseling to troubled youth at risk

COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARDS 1994-1997 1996 1990 1989 Volunteer Appreciation Awards, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Coquitlam, B.C. Commendation from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Coquitlam, B.C. Certificate of Appreciation, Mission Community Services, Mission, B.C. Volunteer Service Award, Hillside Boys and Girls Club, North Delta, B.C.

PUBLICATIONS Dietrich, A.M. (2008). When the Hurting Continues: Revictimization and Perpetration in the Lives of Childhood Maltreatment Survivors. Germany: Verlang Dr. Muller Dietrich, A.M. (2007). Childhood maltreatment and revictimization: The role of affect dysregulation, interpersonal relatedness difficulties and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 8, 25-51. Dietrich, A.M., Smiley, W.C., & Frederick, C (2007). Childhood abuse, psychopathy and recidivism. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 14 (3), 19-31 Dietrich, A.M. (2007). Traumatic impact of violence against women in E. Carll (Ed.) Trauma Psychology. Greenwood Praeger, USA. (peer reviewed) Dietrich, A.M. (2003). Characteristics of Child Maltreatment, Psychological Dissociation, and Somatoform Dissociation of Canadian Inmates. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 4(1). 81-100. Dietrich, A.M. (2002). Risk Factors in PTSD and Related Disorders: Treatment implications. In C. R. Figley (Ed.) Brief Treatments for the Traumatized. Westport, CN: Greenwood Press. Dietrich, A.M. (2001). Risk factors in PTSD and related disorders: theoretical, treatment, and research implications. Traumatology, 7(1), 23-50. Dietrich, A.M, Baranowsky, A., Devich Navarro, M., Gentry, E., Harris, C.J., & Figley, C. (2000). A review of alternative approaches for the treatment of posttraumatic disorders. Traumatology, 6(4), 245-265. Dietrich, A.M (2000). As the pendulum swings: The etiology of PTSD, Complex PTSD, and revictimization. Traumatology, 6(1), 41-59. Dietrich, A.M (2000). A review of Visual/Kinesthetic Disassociation in the treatment of posttraumatic disorders: Current effectiveness and recommendations. Traumatology, 6(2), 83-105. Dietrich, A. (1999). Post-traumatic revictimization of women. Occasional Working Papers, 8(1)

9 (pp. 13-26). Vancouver, BC: Centre for Research in Women's Studies and Gender Relations, University of British Columbia Wintrup [Dietrich], A.M. (1996). Coquitlam/Port Coquitlam Block Parent program school coordinator's manual. Coquitlam Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Crime Prevention Unit, British Columbia, Canada. Wintrup [Dietrich], A.M., Vanderveer, P., Arce, O., & Jackson, K. (1995, July). Victim Assistance Program evaluation study. Internal document. Royal Canadian Mounted Police Victim Assistance/Community Resources, Coquitlam, British Columbia Webster, C., Eaves, D., Douglas, K., & Wintrup [Dietrich], A. (1995). The HCR-20 scheme. The assessment of dangerousness and risk. Simon Fraser University and Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission of British Columbia. PRESENTATIONS Dietrich, A.M (2008, November). PTSD and Affect Dysregulation in Revictimization. Research presented at a symposium of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Annual Meeting, Chicago. Dietrich, A.M. (2007, August). Traumatic Impact of Violence Against Women. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco Dietrich, A.M. & Carleton, R.N. (2007, June). Assessment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Comorbidities. Workshop to be presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Ottawa. Dietrich, A.M. (2007, March). Anxiety Disorders. Presentation to Parole Officers and Correctional staff on DSM-IV Anxiety Disorders and special issues pertinent to offender populations. Dietrich, A.M. (2007, Jan). Psychotropic Medications. Presentation to Parole Officers and Correctional staff on medications for various psychiatric disorders. Dietrich, A.M. (2006, May). Practical Aspects of Working with Borderline Personality Disorder. Presentation to graduate students at the Adler Centre for Professional Psychology, Vancouver BC. Dietrich, A.M. (2006, March). Workshops on Boundaries When Working With Offenders. Presented to Halfway House Staff in Vancouver, Prince George, and Kelowna, B.C. Dietrich, A.M. (2006, Jan). Workshop on Anger Management. Canadian Forces Base Hospital, Esquimalt BC Dietrich, A.M. (2005, May). Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Childbirth in Fairbrother & Dietrich IWRH Miniworkshop on Postpartum Anxiety Disorders, Interdisciplinary Women's Reproductive Health Research Training, BC Women's Hospital, Vancouver, BC Dietrich, A.M. (2003, October). Recent Research on Revictimization. Symposium presented at the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Annual Meeting, Chicago, Il.

10 Dietrich, A.M. (2003, November). Does dissociation predict revictimization? Paper presented at the International Society for the Study of Dissociation Annual Meeting, Chicago, Il. Dietrich, A.M. (2003, May). Complex trauma and revictimization with childhood abuse samples. In M. Sacks (Chair), Complex PTSD: An empirically valid and clinically useful construct. Symposium presented at the VIII European Conference on Traumatic Stress, Berlin Germany. Dietrich, A.M. (2002, November). Posttraumatic Sequelae as Potential Mediators Between Childhood Abuse and Revictimization. Invited poster presentation, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Annual Meeting, Baltimore MD, November. Dietrich, A.M. (2002, November). Is Complex PTSD a Homogenous Construct? Results from an Exploratory Study of Adults with Childhood Abuse Histories. Poster presented at the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Annual Meeting, Baltimore MD. Schweighofer, A., Dietrich, A.M., & Monkhouse, B. (2002, March). National Joint Committee Sex Offender Workshop. Provided training to police officers, parole officers, and other criminal justice personnel in the assessment of sex offender risk. Victoria Police Department, Victoria, B.C. (March 25 & 26), and Surrey RCMP, Surrey B.C. (March 27 & 28). Dietrich, A.M. (2001, December). The role of child abuse, PTSD and associated features in predicting adult violence. Poster session presented at the ISTSS Annual Conference, New Orleans Dietrich, A.M., Smiley, W.C., Boer, D.G., & Frederick, C. (2001, December). Child abuse histories and treatment outcome of incarcerated sex offenders. Poster session presented at the ISTSS Annual Conference, New Orleans Vlassev, I., Passey, G., Prisman, D., Dietrich, A., & Paul, H. (2001, December). Personality dimensions among trauma survivors: Comparative analysis between Canadian Peacekeepers and IP Program. Poster session presented at the ISTSS Annual Conference, New Orleans. Dietrich, A.M. (2001, December). Child maltreatment, psychological dissociation and somatoform dissociation of Canadian inmates. In A.M. Dietrich (Chair), Surviving Within the Prison System: Dissociation, Family Environment, and Expression of Incarcerated Trauma Survivors. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation Annual Conference, New Orleans. Dietrich, A.M. & Passey, G. (2000, November). Treatment outcome for severe personality disorders. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies, San Antonio, Texas. Figley, C.R., Dietrich, A., Maxfield, L., & Gentry, J.E. (1999, November). Review of neoteric trauma treatments and suggested practice guidelines. Presentation at the annual meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Miami, Fl. Dietrich, A., Haverkamp, B., Figley, C., & van der Kolk, B.A. (1999, November). PTSD, Complex PTSD, and revictimization of adults abused as children. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Miami, Fl.

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Gentry, J.E., Tinnin, L., & Dietrich, A. (1999, November). Time-Limited Trauma Therapy. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Miami, Fl. Douglas, K.D., Webster, C.D. Eaves, D., Wintrup [Dietrich], A. & Hart, S.D. (1996). A new scheme for the assessment of dangerousness and the prediction of violence. Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, Hilton Head, SC. Douglas, K.D., Webster, C.D., & Wintrup [Dietrich], A.M. (1996, August). The HCR-20 risk assessment scheme: Psychometric properties in two samples. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Toronto. Wintrup [Dietrich], A.M. (1996, April). The predictive status of the HCR-20. Paper presented at a meeting of the Working Group on Risk Prediction, Burnaby, British Columbia. Wintrup [Dietrich], A., Coles, M., Hart, S., & Webster, C (1994). The predictive validity of the PCL-R in high risk mentally disordered offenders. (Abstract). Canadian Psychology, 35(2a), 47. Davis, C., Wintrup [Dietrich], A., Hickinbottom, S., & Lukman, H. (1994). The human salivary response to visual stimulation. (Abstract). Canadian Psychology, 35(2a), 19. Davis, C., Wintrup [Dietrich], A., Gaetz, M., Hickinbottom, S., & Bauslaugh, T. (1993). Human salivary responses to olfactory stimulation as measured by the surface method. (Abstract). Canadian Psychology. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT/CONTINUING EDUCATION

TRAUMA and DISSOCIATION:

2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 Faculty 2008 2007 Anxiety Disorders Association of America, Annual Convention, Savannah GA International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation Annual conference, Washington DC International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Annual Conference, Atlanta GA International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation Annual Conference, Chicago, IL International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Annual Conference, Chicago IL Advanced Course on the Treatment of Dissociative Disorders, International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, Multiple

12 2007 Workshop - Attachment, Self-Understanding, Neural Integration and the Developing Mind: Helping Individuals, Children, Parents, Couples, and Families to Survive, North American Society for Adlerian Psychology Conference, Vancouver, Dan Siegel MD International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Annual Conference, Hollywood, CA 4th Vancouver Trauma Conference, Vancouver BC, Multiple presenters International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Annual Conference: Toronto, ON. Multiple presenters. Workshop on Complex PTSD by Christine Courtois, PhD, Vancouver, BC. FACES conference on Trauma, Personality Disorders and Comorbity, Seattle WA, Multiple Presenters International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Annual Conference: War as Universal Trauma, New Orleans Louisiana. Multiple presenters. 3rd Vancouver Trauma Conference

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Treatment of Dissociative Disorders. Online 9-month course by the International Society for the Study of Dissociation. Instructors: Rich Chefetz, MD., Steve Frankel, PhD, Marcia Cotton, PhD, Su Baker, M.Ed. International Society for Traumatic Stress Studes Annual Conference: Fragmentation and Integration in the Wake of Psychological Trauma. Chicago, IL. Multiple presenters. International Society for the Study of Dissociation Annual Conference, Chicago IL. Multiple presenters PTSD and Complex PTSD: Research and Practical Applications, Vancouver, BC. Multiple presenters. International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Annual Conference: Complex PTSD. Its Correlates and Effects, Baltimore MD. Multiple Presenters. Trauma, Dissociation and Attachment Conference, Vancouver, BC Presenters: Jennifer J. Freyd, Ph.D., John Briere, Ph.D., Su Baker, M.Ed., John O'Neil, MD, Bessel van der Kolk, MD, & Patricia Ogden, M.A.

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Sensorimotor Psychotherapy for treatment of Trauma Series, Level I Training. 8 month training course by Dr. Pat Ogden, Dan Thomas, and Deirdre Fay. International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Annual Conference, Reaching Underserved Trauma Survivors Through Community Based Programs, New Orleans, LA, Multiple Presenters.

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13 Dec. 2001 July, 2001 International Society for the Study of Dissociation, New Orleans, LA, Multiple Presenters World Congress of the Society for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Vancouver, B.C. Workshops: · Cognitive Processing Therapy for Trauma-Related PTSD and Depression, P. Resick, Ph.D. · Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse: Imagery Rescripting and Reprocessing, M. Smucker, Ph.D. · Treatment of Adults with PTSD, Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D. Symposia/Plenaries: · Problems Implementing Exposure Therapy for PTSD, Multiple Presenters · Intrusive Memories Following Trauma, Multiple Presenters · Dissociative Processes in Psychopathology: Theory and Mechanisms, Multiple Presenters · Dissociative Processes in Psychopathology: Clinical Applications, Multiple Presenters · Treatment of Chronic PTSD related to Childhood Abuse, Multiple Presenters · Social Phobia and PTSD, D. Clark, Ph.D. Posttraumatic Stress and Dissociation: Back to Basics and Beyond Conference, Royal Ottawa Hospital & Trauma & Anxiety Disorders Clinic, Ottawa, Ont. Psychological Trauma: Maturational Processes and Therapeutic Interventions II, Boston University School of Medicine & The Trauma Center, Boston MA International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX, Multiple Presenters Psychological Trauma: Maturational Processes and Therapeutic Interventions I, Boston University School of Medicine and The Trauma Center, Boston, MA. International Society for the Study of Dissociation Annual Conference, Miami, FL., Multiple Presenters International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Annual Conference, Miami, FL., Multiple Presenters International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Annual Conference, Washington, DC, Multiple Presenters Traumatology Institute Training, The Traumatology Institute, Florida State University, Charles Figley, Ph.D. Trained in the assessment of PTSD and treatment with various approaches, including EMDR Trauma and Dissociation Conference, Emotional Recovery Center at Lake Chelan, WA.

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PTSD Lectures, Justice Institute of BC, Presenter: John Briere, Ph.D. Trauma Conference: On the Tails of the Dragon, Lousage Institute, Richmond BC, Bessel A. van der Kolk, M.D. The Impact of Child Sexual Abuse on Intimate Relationships, Justice Institute of BC, M. McEvoy, M.A.

COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL (see also Trauma section, Personality Disorders section)

2008 2006 2006 Nov. 2005 Nov, 2004 May, 2004 March, 2004 Anxiety Disorders Association of America, Annual Convention, Savannah GA Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Vancouver, Changeways Clinic, Michele Haring Treating Panic Disorder, Changeways, Vancouver, Michele Haring Scared Stiff. CBT workshop, Richmond, BC by David Burns Treating Co-Morbid Anxiety and Depression, Richmond BC. Presenter: Michael Yapko, PhD (12 hours) The Changeways Depression Program: A Workshop for Therapists, Changeways Clinic, Vancouver, B.C. Presenter: Randy Paterson, PhD. Empirically-Supported Interventions for Generalized Anxiety and Social Anxiety Disorders, UBC Psychology Clinic, Vancouver. B.C. Presenters: Amy Janeck, PhD., R. Psych., Sarah Newth, PhD, & Michelle Haring, M.A.

PERSONALITY DISORDERS

March 2008 Nov. 2004 Nov, 2003 July, 2001 Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Kate Comtois, Vancouver BC Treating Suicidal Behaviors in Borderline Personality Disorder, online course. Instructor: Marsha Linehan, PhD Engaging the Borderline Client in Treatment. Online course. Instructor: Marsha Linehan, PhD Workshop - Cognitive Therapy of Personality Disorders, World Congress of the Society for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Vancouver, B.C, Arthur Freeman, Ph.D. Integrating Cognitive-Behavioral and Psychodynamic Approaches to Personality and Its Disorders, Simon Fraser University Clinical Psychology Centre, Presented by D. Westen, Ph.D. Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Training Workshop, Cognitive Therapy

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15 Workshops, Seattle, WA, Marsha Linehan, PhD., and Linda Dimeff, PhD. April 2000 1999-2000 Transforming Personality: In-depth Training in Cognitive Therapy of Personality Disorders, Vancouver, Christine Padesky, Ph.D. Clinical Psychology Externship, Vancouver General Hospital, Outpatient Psychiatry; Specialized training and experience working with individuals with severe personality disorders, using a modified DBT treatment program Character Focused Psychotherapy, Western Canada Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Association, Multiple Presenters

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FORENSIC

Summer 2007 Feb. 2002 Sept. 2001 The Expert Expert Witness, BC Psychological Association, S. Brodsky Washington State Association for the Treatment of Sex Abusers Conference, Blaine,WA., Multiple Presenters Mental Illness in Offender Populations, Correctional Service of Canada Community Parole, Manning Park, B. Monkhouse, Ph.D

April-May 2001 National Sex Offender Training Program (April 23-May 11, 2001; 120 hours) Correctional Service of Canada, P. Yates, Ph.D., Y. Fernandez, Ph.D., K. Hanson, Ph.D., A. Harris, Ph.D., T. Nicholaichuk, Ph.D. Jan. 2001 Oct. 2000 Spousal Abuse Risk Assessment (SARA) Guide Training Seminar, Correctional Service of Canada, R. Kropp, Ph.D. The Hare Psychopath. Past, Present and Future, The University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University, Presenters: Robert Hare, PhD, Stephen Hart, PhD, Steve Wong, PhD, Grant Harris, PhD, Joseph Newman, PhD, Christopher Patrick, PhD, Paul Frick, PhD, Paul Babiak, PhD, Mary Ellen O'Toole, PhD, David Thonton, PhD, David Cooke, PhD, Hugues Herve, M.A. Risk Assessment Training Workshop, Correctional Service of Canada. Training in numerous risk assessment instruments, Multiple Presenters Assessing Psychopathy with the Psychopathy Checklist, Revised Workshop, Simon Fraser University, S. Hart, Ph.D. Borderline Personality Organization in Wife Batterers, Mental Health Law and Policy Institute, Simon Fraser Univeristy, D. G. Dutton, Ph.D. Impulsivity Conference, Mental Health, Law and Policy Institute, Simon University, Multiple Presenters April 1996 Working Group on Risk Prediction, Mental Health, Law and Policy Institute, Simon Fraser University, Multiple Presenters

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Victim Assistance Annual Conference, National Association of Victim Assistance Workers Family Violence Workshop, Willingdon Church, Burnaby, BC, Multiple Presenters

MISCELLANEOUS

2009 2009 Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT) for Couples Workshop, Dr. V. Kallos-Lilly. Sponsored by the BC Psychological Association (6 hours) Basic Workshop in Hypnosis, Washington DC, Multiple Faculty. Certification by the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and the Society of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (22 hours) Ethical Issues in the Daily Practice of Trauma Treatment: An Interactive Workshop, M. Williams and J. Garrick, presented at the ISTSS Annual Meeting, Atlanta GA (3.5 hours) Doing it Well and Doing it Right: An Ethics workshop for Trauma Specialists, Dr. C. Dahlenberg & L. Berliner, presented at the ISTSS Annual Meeting, Atlanta GA (3.5 hours) Canadian Psychological Association Conference, Montreal, Multiple presenters Hypnosis and Trance Inductions (HYPN 200), The American College of Hypnotherapy, American Institute of Health Care Professionals. Instructor: Dominick L. Flarey, Ph.D. (50 credit hours) Canadian Psychological Association Conference, Halifax NS, Multiple presenters 16th Annual David Berman Memorial Concurrent Disorders Conference, Vancouver BC, Multiple presenters Canadian Psychological Association Conference, Ottawa ON, Multiple presenters Canadian Psychological Association Conference, Calgary, Multiple presenters Psychosis Across the Lifespan Conference, Coquitlam, Multiple presenters Fetal Alcohol Syndrome ­ therapeutic approaches, Vancouver Canadian Psychological Association Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC. Multiple presenters Mood and Anxiety Disorders Conference, Riverview Hospital, Pt. Coquitlam, Multiple presenters Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Screening Training, Correctional Service of Canada Community Parole, Manning Park, J. Conry, Ph.D

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Suicide Intervention Workshop, Correctional Service of Canada, C. Browne, M.Ed. Integrating Sexuality and Intimacy into Couple and Family Work Douglas College; the Justice Institute of BC, & the Milton Erickson Foundation, Multiple presenters

Jan-Feb, 1998 Hypnosis Training Workshop, Canadian Society of Clinical Hypnosis (BC division), Faculty: L. Pulos, Ph.D. S. Pilar, Ph.D. G. Cochrane, Ph.D., H. Fay, Ph.D. L. Kuttner, Ph.D., M. Lloyd, RCC, M. Hunter, M.D., M. MacDonald, MSW June 1997 Jan. 1997 Aug. 1996 June 1996 Windows to Our Children workshop, BC Association for Play Therapy, Violet Oaklander, PhD. Gestalt Therapy 2-Day Workshop, Vancouver, Bea McKay, Ph.D. Suicide Prevention and Intervention Workshop, Suicide and Awareness Society, Vancouver Conflict Resolution Training, Justice Institute of BC, Multiple Presenters

Mar-Apr. 1993 Victim Assistance Worker Crisis Intervention Training, Coquitlam Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Multiple Presenters Jan-Mar. 1992 Hospice Worker Training, White Rock Hospice Society, White Rock, B.C. Multiple Presenters Spring, 1989 Crisis Line Training, Mission Community Services Society, Mission, B.C. Multiple Presenters

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