October 2018

Curriculum Vitæ
C. David MaxeyM.A.
Psychologist Associate Resident

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Education

M.A. in Psychology, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, 2009.

B.S. in Biological Science, University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi, 2000.

License & Residency

Psychologist Associate Resident, Oregon Board of Psychologist Examiners Application 22232. Daniel J. Munoz, Ph.D., Psychologist, Supervisor. October 2016-September 2019.

Limited Student Services License, Student Assistance Specialist for grades pre-kindergarten through 12 at Le Monde French Immersion Public Charter School, Oregon Teacher Standards and Practices Commission License 10473764. October 2016-June 2020.

Clinical Experience

Director of Student Support, Le Monde French Immersion Public Charter School, Portland, Oregon. Full-time position, October 2016-Present.

Clinical Psychology Practicum, Family Resource Center, Findlay, Ohio. Glen F. Strobel, Ph.D., Supervisor. Half-time position, May 2005-May 2006.

Clinical Psychology Practicum, Children’s Resource Center, Bowling Green, Ohio. Molly C. Grossman, Ph.D., Supervisor. Half-time position, May 2004-May 2005.

Psychology Trainee, Psychological Services Center, Bowling Green State University. Clinical Psychology Faculty, Supervisors. Spring 2003-Summer 2007.

Fifth-Grade Primary-Prevention Aggression-Reduction Program Cofacilitator, Powerful Choices Program, Toledo Public Schools, Toledo, Ohio. Eric F. Dubow, Ph.D., & Dara Musher-Eizenman, Ph.D., Bowling Green State University, Supervisors. Fall 2002-Spring 2003, and Spring 2004.

Fourth-Grade Primary-Prevention Problem-Solving Program Cofacilitator, I CAN DO Program, Bowling Green City Schools, Bowling Green, Ohio. Eric F. Dubow, Ph.D., Bowling Green State University, Supervisor. Fall 2002-Spring 2003.

Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center Case Manager for Medicaid-Funded Caseload of 40-50 Children and Adults, Communicare, Oxford, Mississippi. E. Anneal Dillon, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Director of Outpatient Services, Supervisor. Full-time position, January 2001-August 2002.

Teaching Experience

Introductory Psychology Teaching Assistant, Bowling Green State University. William O’Brien, Ph.D., Supervisor. Half-time position, Spring 2004.

Introductory Psychology Teaching Assistant, Bowling Green State University. Mary Hare, Ph.D., Supervisor. Half-time position, Fall 2003.

Clinical Presentations

Maxey, C. D., & Donnelly, W. (2006, August). Special treatment and safety measures: Fiscal year 2006. Paper presented at staff meeting of Children’s Resource Center, Bowling Green, Ohio.

Maxey, C. D., & Donnelly, W. (2006, August). Ohio Scales, peer review of the medical necessity of all services, and special treatment and safety measures: Fiscal year 2006. Papers presented to peer review committee of Children’s Resource Center, Bowling Green, Ohio.

Maxey, C. D. (2001, April). Case management at a community mental health center. Presentation to Introduction to Clinical Psychology Class (Psychology 415 taught by Thomas L. Lombardo, Ph.D.), Department of Psychology, University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi.

Research Presentations

Maxey, C. D., & Dubow, E. F. (2005, April). Social information processing model of evaluation of the effectiveness of aggression in response to bullying in children. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, Georgia.

Dubow, E. F., Heretick, D., Musher-Eizenman, D., McCarthy, S., Moyer, V., Maxey, C. D., Vanderploeg, J., Schroeder, J., & Sirrine, N. (2004, March). Targeting social cognitions as a precursor to modifying aggressive behavior: Developmental and measurement issues. In E. F. Dubow & P. Boxer (Chairs), Critical developmental and methodological issues in adolescent aggression prevention. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Baltimore, Maryland.

Burt, J., Maxey, C. D., & Barrios, B. A. (2002, February). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences, Biloxi, Mississippi.

Program Evaluation Reports

Maxey, C. David, & Donnelly, William (2009). Children’s Resource Center: Performance improvement report on Ohio Scales for fiscal year 2009. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Donnelly, William (2007). Children’s Resource Center: Performance improvement report on Ohio Scales for fiscal year 2007. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Donnelly, William (2007). Children’s Resource Center: Performance improvement report on special treatment and safety measures for fiscal year 2007. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2007). 21st Century Community Learning Center at Lagrange/King Elementary: 2006-2007 annual evaluation. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2007). 21st Century Community Learning Center at Marshall Elementary: 2006-2007 annual evaluation. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2007). 21st Century Community Learning Center at Nathan Hale Elementary: 2006-2007 annual evaluation. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2007). 21st Century Community Learning Center at Pickett Elementary: 2006-2007 annual evaluation. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2007). YWCA Incentives For Excellence: Results of the pretest and posttest survey of youth knowledge, attitudes, and behavior for Fall 2006-Spring 2007. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2006). 21st Century Community Learning Center at King Elementary: Summer 2006. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2006). 21st Century Community Learning Center at Marshall Elementary: Summer 2006. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2006). 21st Century Community Learning Center at Nathan Hale Elementary: Summer 2006. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2006). 21st Century Community Learning Center at Pickett Elementary: Summer 2006. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Donnelly, William (2006). Children’s Resource Center: Performance improvement report on Ohio Scales for fiscal year 2006. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Donnelly, William (2006). Children’s Resource Center: Performance improvement report on special treatment and safety measures for fiscal year 2006. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2006). Wood County Alternative School: Intake to exit program evaluation for Fall 2005-Spring 2006. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2006). YWCA Incentives For Excellence: Results of the pre-test and post-test survey of youth knowledge, attitudes, and behavior for Fall 2005-Spring 2006. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2005). Wood County Alternative School: Intake to exit program evaluation for Fall 2004-Spring 2005. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2005). Wood County Alternative School: Intake to exit program evaluation appendix for follow-up on 2003-2004 students and mid-year evaluation of 2004-2005 students. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2005). YWCA Incentives For Excellence: Results of the pre-test and post-test survey of youth knowledge, attitudes, and behavior for Fall 2004-Spring 2005. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2004). Wood County Alternative School: Intake to exit program evaluation for Fall 2003-Spring 2004. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2004). YWCA Incentives For Excellence: Results of the pre-test and post-test survey of youth knowledge, attitudes, and behavior for Fall 2003-Spring 2004. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2004). Wood County Alternative School: Results of the intake, exit, and follow-up Ohio Youth Problem and Functioning Scales (Youth, Worker, and Parent Ratings-Short Forms) for Fall 2002-Spring 2003 with objective measures of the 2003-2004 students. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2003). Wood County Alternative School: Results of the intake, exit, and follow-up Ohio Youth Problem and Functioning Scales (Youth, Worker, and Parent Ratings-Short Forms) for Fall 2001-Spring 2002. Unpublished manuscript.

Maxey, C. David, & Dubow, Eric F. (2003). YWCA Incentives For Excellence: Results of the pre-test and post-test survey of youth knowledge, attitudes, and behavior for Fall 2002-Spring 2003. Unpublished manuscript.

Pregnancy-Related Research

After completing this research during the early years of my time in graduate school, some of these co-authors drew scrutiny from the academic community, particularly for some of their other publications that I had not worked on, and largely because of public misunderstandings arising from use of their research by lobbyists and for advocacy—the American Psychological Association evaluated research on this topic to clarify misunderstandings (). I have abandoned this research and work with these co-authors; nonetheless, my research reported in these papers and posters was conducted ethically and scientifically with the limitations of the data and the conclusions stated clearly.

Coleman, P. K., Maxey, C. D., Spence, M., & Nixon, C. L. (2008). Predictors and correlates of abortion in the Fragile Families and Well-being Study: Paternal behavior, substance use, and partner violence. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 7(3), 405-422.

Coleman, P. K., Rue, V. M., Coyle, C. T., & Maxey, C. D. (2006). Induced Abortion and Child-Directed Aggression Among Mothers of Maltreated Children. Self-published manuscript in The Internet Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatology, 6(2).

Coleman, P. K., Rue, V. M., Maxey, C. D., & Coyle, C. T. (2006). Reply to letter to the editor by Rachel K. Jones, Ph. D., Senior Research Associate, The Guttmacher Institute, New York, NY, USA. Acta Pædiatrica, 95(5), 631-632.

Coleman, P. K., Maxey, C. D., Rue, V. M., & Coyle, C. T. (2005). Associations between voluntary and involuntary forms of perinatal loss and child maltreatment among low-income mothers. Acta Pædiatrica, 94(10), 1476-1483.

Coleman, P. K., & Maxey, C. D. (2005, April). Resolution of unwanted pregnancy during adolescence: Predictors and consequences. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, Georgia.

Coleman, P. K., & Maxey, C. D. (2004, May). Pregnancy resolution and substance use in the Fragile Families and Wellbeing Study. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, Chicago, Illinois.

Research Projects

Program Evaluation Research Assistant, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, Toledo, Ohio. Eric F. Dubow, Ph.D., Bowling Green State University, Supervisor. Half-time position, Summer 2006-Spring 2007.

Powerful Choices Program Research Group Member, Bowling Green State University. Eric F. Dubow, Ph.D., & Dara Musher-Eizenman, Ph.D., Supervisors. Fall 2002-Spring 2005.

Prevention Programs Research Assistant, Bowling Green State University. Eric F. Dubow, Ph.D., Supervisor. Half-time position, Fall 2002-Spring 2003.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Research Lab Group Member, University of Mississippi. Kelly G. Wilson, Ph.D., Supervisor. Fall 2001-Spring 2002.

Research Assistant for Jerome Burt’s (2002) Doctoral Dissertation, A reexamination of race, receptivity and compromise. Billy Barrios, Ph.D., University of Mississippi, Supervisor. Fall 2000-Spring 2001.

Research Assistant for Melanie Hodge-Morris’s (2000) Doctoral Dissertation, A psychometric evaluation of the Post-Divorce Parental Conflict Scale. Billy Barrios, Ph.D., University of Mississippi, Supervisor. Spring 2000.

Professional Training

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy peer consultation group, Portland Psychotherapy, Portland, Oregon. Occasionally participate in 2-hour monthly peer consultation meetings. March 2014 to present.

Email and texting in mental health practice: Legal-ethical, clinical and risk management issues, The Children’s Program, Portland, Oregon. Roy Huggins, LPC, Person Centered Tech, Portland, Oregon. 1½-hour seminar. September 27, 2018.

Serving the Full Spectrum: Meeting the needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer & Transgender youth in schools, Center for Gender Equity, College of Education, Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon. 1-day workshop. April 21, 2018.

Anxiety in Schools, Multnomah Educational Service District, Portland, Oregon. Allison Bonifay, MA, LPC, and Kevin Ashworth, MA, LPC, NW Anxiety Institute, Portland, Oregon. 1-day workshop. April 16, 2018.

CARES Northwest and Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) Response to Child Maltreatment, The Children’s Program, Portland, Oregon. Jen Wheeler, LPC, CARES Northwest, Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel, Portland, Oregon. 1½-hour presentation. March 22, 2018.

Detecting and managing danger in general practice: Keeping people safe at work, school, and home, Oregon Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon. Rebecca Bolante, Ph.D., CRC, CTM, Wendy Bourg, Ph.D., Chris Huffine, Psy.D., and Casey O. Stewart, Psy.D., ABPP. 1-day training. December 1, 2017.

Affirmative Mental Health for Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Youth, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, Oregon. Laura Edwards-Leeper, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Graduate Psychology, Pacific University and Kara Connelly, M.D., Assistant Professor, Division of Pediatric Endocrinology, Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, Oregon Health and Science University. 2-day training. November 2-3, 2017.

Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity, The Children’s Program, Portland, Oregon. Cheryl Forster, Psy.D., Center for Student Health & Counseling, Portland State University. 1½-hour training. October 26, 2017.

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) Program Version 11, Portland Public Schools, 7830 SE Foster Rd, Portland, Oregon. Monica Parmley, LCSW & Paige Hirt, LPC, LivingWorks Trainers. 2-day training. May 25-26, 2017.

Courageous Conversation: Beyond Diversity, Portland Public Schools. Julie Palmer, Todd Stewart-Rinier, Lavell Wood & Regina Sackrider, Portland Public Schools. 2-day training. April 25-26, 2017.

Basic Functional Behaviorial Assessments/Behavior Support Plans through a Cultural Lens, Portland Public Schools. Jeremy Geschwind, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Instructional Teacher on Special Assignment & Julie Palmer, Equity Teacher on Special Assignment, Portland Public Schools. 1-day training. March 13, 2017.

Nuts and Bolts: Individualized Education Plans, Portland Public Schools. Mary Pearson, Special Education Senior Director & Michelle Markle, Principal, Community Transition Program and Special Education Supervisor for Multiple Pathways to Graduation, Portland Public Schools. 3-hour training. February 28, 2017.

Evaluation and Management of Neuropsychological Factors that Influence Concussion Recovery, The Children’s Program, Portland, Oregon. Tyler Duffield, Ph.D., Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon. 1-hour presentation. February 23, 2017.

Collaborative and Proactive Solutions: Advanced Training in Dr. Greene’s Model For Understanding and Helping Behaviorally Challenging Kids, Transdisciplinary Workshops, Portland, Oregon. Ross Greene, Ph.D., Founding Director, Lives in the Balance. 2-day training. February 2-3, 2017.

Introduction to Restorative Justice for Teams, Portland Public Schools. Robert Blake, Restorative Justice Trainer/Coach, Resolutions Northwest and Sidney Morgan, Restorative Justice Coordinator Teacher on Special Assignment, Portland Public Schools. 2-day training. January 23-24, 2017.

Collaborative Problem Solving Tier 1: An Innovative Approach for Teaching, Treating and Parenting Children with Challenging Behavior, Bowman Consulting Group, Newberg, Oregon. Doris Bowman, M.S. Ed. and Rick Bowman, M.A., Think:Kids Certified Trainers. 2½-day training. January 20-22, 2017.

You are Not Alone: Mental Health Resources for Marginalized Youth and Families hosted by the Center for Childhood Resilience and the Gender and Sex Development Program at Children’s Hospital of Chicago, Illinois Childhood Trauma Coalition Ad-Hoc Committee on Refugee/Immigrant Children & Trauma, Center for Latina/o Mental Health at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and Illinois Business Immigration Coalition. Presented by the Co-Chairs of the Illinois Childhood Trauma Coalition Ad-Hoc Committee on Refugee/Immigrant Children & Trauma: Rebecca Ford-Paz, PhD, Psychologist, Center for Childhood Resilience, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago & Willis Francis, LCPC, Director of Clinical Services, Youth and Residential Programs, Heartland Alliance. 2-hour webinar. November 18, 2016.

Supporting children and families in grief, The Children’s Program, Portland, Oregon. Petya Pohlschneider, MSW, LCSW, Me, Too, Oregon Hospice & Palliative Care Association, Portland, Oregon. 1-hour presentation. October 27, 2016.

Section 504, Tammy Jackson, Director of Academic Programs for Student Services, Portland Public Schools. 2½-hour training. October 21, 2016.

Evolution & Education: The Good Behavior Game and the challenge of spreading best practices. Dennis Embry, Ph.D., Paxis Institute & David Sloan Wilson, Ph.D., The Evolution Institute. 1½-hour webinar. August 5, 2016.

World Conference 14, Association for Contextual Behavioral Science, Seattle. 4-day international conference. June 16-19, 2016.

Mindfulness and Acceptance for Gender and Sexual Minorities: Contextual Strategies to Foster Self-Compassion, Connection, and Equality, Matthew Skinta, Ph.D., ABPP, Aisling Curtin, M.Sc., Reg. Psychol., Ps.S.I. & Lisa M. Diamond, Ph.D., Pre-Conference Workshop, World Conference 14, Association for Contextual Behavioral Science, Seattle. 2-day workshop. June 14-15, 2016.

ACT II: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Clinical Skills-Building Intensive, Praxis, Portland, Oregon. Steven Hayes, Ph.D., University of Nevada. September 4 & 5, 2014.

Q-interactive: Overview, James Henke, B.S., Q-interactive Product Specialist, Pearson Clinical Assessment. 1-hour webinar. August 19, 2014.

Understanding cognitive strengths and needs using the WISC-V, Amy Dilworth Gabel, Ph.D., Training and Client Consultation Director, Pearson Clinical Assessment. 1-hour webinar. May 21, 2014.

Day of mindfulness practice, Joseph Rhinewine, Ph.D., Portland Mindfulness Therapy, Portland, Oregon. Seven-hour practice in a mindfulness mediation relevant to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and mindfulness-based psychotherapies. March 29, 2014.

Acceptance & commitment in psychotherapy: A mindful approach to rapid clinical change, Institute for Better Health, Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior, Portland, Oregon. Steven Hayes, Ph.D., University of Nevada. January 23 & 24, 2014.

Faith in search of understanding: Viewing homosexuality through the eyes of faith, Toledo Cluster of the Maumee Valley Presbytery, Presbyterian Church U.S.A. Jack Rogers, San Francisco Theological Seminary, California. David Myers, Ph.D., Hope College, Holland, Michigan. September 27, 2008.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for anxiety disorders: A 2-day nuts and bolts workshop, Psychology Department, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio. John Forsyth, Ph.D., University at Albany, State University of New York. April 20 & 21, 2007.

Anxiety disorders in youth: A practical approach for use in school and community settings, Douglas G. Ullman Conference, Bowling Green, Ohio. Anne Marie Albano, Ph.D., Columbia University, New York, New York. March 3, 2005.

Helping people cope: Responding to behavioral health needs following disasters and terrorist events, Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services Board, Bowling Green, Ohio. Bill Donnelly, Ph.D., Molly Grossman, Ph.D. & Cindy Hollinger, LPCC, Children’s Resource Center, Bowling Green, Ohio. Craig Vickio, Ph.D., Counseling Center, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio. September 16 & 21, 2005.

What’s happening with autism?, Autism Summit of Northwest Ohio, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio. Steven Shore, Ph.D. Candidate, Boston University. June 11, 2005.

Psychological approaches to pain management, Department of Psychology, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio. Esther Strahan, Ph.D., Heidelberg College, Tiffin, Ohio. February 27, 2004.

Couples in distress: An enhanced cognitive-behavioral approach to therapy, Department of Psychology, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio. Donald Baucom, Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. October 4, 2003.

Mental health services and the Muslim American community: Cultural considerations, Islamic Center of Greater Toledo, Perrysburg, Ohio. June 20, 2003.

Legal, practical, and ethical supervision: What to do starting Monday, Department of Psychology, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio. Ronald R. Ross, Ph.D., Ohio Board of Psychology. January 24, 2003.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Weekend Retreat, Oxford, Mississippi. Kelly G. Wilson, Ph.D., University of Mississippi. April 5-7, 2002.

Mississippi Department of Mental Health case management orientation requirements, Mississippi State Hospital, Whitfield, Mississippi. Thaddeus J. Williams, MPA, CMHT, Program Planner-Evaluator, Division of Community Services, Mississippi Department of Mental Health. May 3-4, 2001.

How to detect child abuse and neglect, South Panola Parent Center, Batesville, Mississippi. Rhonda R. Cupit-Jones, Area Social Work Supervisor, Panola County, Division of Family & Children’s Services, Mississippi Department of Human Services. April 12, 2001.

Service Activities

Equity and Inclusivity in Education Committee, Le Monde French Immersion Public Charter School, Portland, Oregon. Fall 2015-Present.

Board of Directors, Oregon Chapter of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science. June 2015-June 2018.

Council, Le Monde Parents, Portland, Oregon. June 2014-October 2016.

Program Committee, World Conference 14, Association for Contextual Behavioral Science, Seattle, Washington. August 2015-June 2016.

Peer Review Committee, Children’s Resource Center, Bowling Green, Ohio. June 2005-August 2006.

Senator for Psychology Department, Graduate Student Senate, Bowling Green State University. Fall 2005-Spring 2006.

Academic Honesty Appeals Review Committee, Bowling Green State University. Fall 2005-Spring 2006.

Class Representative for Clinical Psychology Students, Bowling Green State University. August 2003-September 2004.

Crisis Intervention Trainings

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®, Dan Havran & Taiya Wiers, Therapeutic Intervention Coachs, Pioneer Special School Program, Portland Public Schools. 1-day (8-hour) training. August 23, 2018.

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®, Dan Havran, Therapeutic Intervention Coach, Pioneer Special School Program, Portland Public Schools. 1-day (8-hour) training. August 25, 2017.

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®, Dan Havran, Therapeutic Intervention Coach, Pioneer Special School Program, Portland Public Schools. 1-day (8-hour) training. October 20, 2016.

Physical-Aggression-Avoidance-Response-Remediation (PAARR) training, Children’s Resource Center, Bowling Green, Ohio. Mary Beth Chambers, LPC, Children’s Resource Center, Bowling Green, Ohio. June 3, 2004.

Memberships in Professional Associations

Association for Contextual Behavioral Science

Oregon Psychological Association

Emergency Medical Assistance & Other Mandatory Trainings

Bloodborne Pathogens, Le Monde French Immersion Public Charter School, Portland, Oregon. Jason Royse, American Safety & Health Institute Authorized Instructor, Northwest Health & Safety, Vancouver, Washington. August 28, 2018. Expires August 2019.

Child Abuse Prevention and Identifying Homeless Youth, Portland Public Schools. 25-minute webinar. August 26, 2018.

Adult, Child, and Infant CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid, Le Monde French Immersion Public Charter School, Portland, Oregon. Jason Royse, American Safety & Health Institute Authorized Instructor, Northwest Health & Safety, Vancouver, Washington. August 29, 2017. Expires August 2019.

Child Abuse Prevention and Identifying Homeless Youth, Portland Public Schools. 1-hour webinar. August 25, 2017.

Synergy Introduction and Navigation, Portland Public Schools. 1-hour webinar. October 14, 2016.

Child Abuse Prevention and Identifying Homeless Youth, Portland Public Schools. 1-hour webinar. October 14, 2016.

Abuse and neglect reporting, Psychological Services Center, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio. Molly C. Grossman, Ph.D., Children’s Resource Center, Bowling Green, Ohio. April 1, 2003.