Curriculum Vitae

Hugh Stephenson

Business Address Department of Psychology Ithaca College Ithaca New York 14850 Phone: 607 256 2582

 

Home Address 220 E. State Street, Apt. 4 Ithaca, NY 14850 Phone: 607 256 2582 E-Mail: stephens@ithaca.edu

 

Education/Professional

 

Licensed Clinical Psychologist. State of New York 1996.

A.P.A. Clinical internship, Tulane Medical School, 1992-93 New Orleans LA.

Ph.D. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 1994, in Clinical and Applied Experimental Psychology. Dissertation, The Negative Perception of Psychology. This Ph.D was a double major in Applied Experimental (organisational) and Clinical. Practicum and core requirements were completed for both.

M. A. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 1989. Thesis: Analysis of Convergent and Discriminant Validity in Selected Measures of Social Support.

B. A. 1st Class Honors Psychology, University College Dublin, 1986. B. A. Thesis: Social Support and Stress in the Irish Police Force.

Currently

Ithaca College, Ithaca New York, Department of Psychology. Assistant Professor. 1994-99. Responsibilities include Abnormal psychology, Personality, Introductory Psychology, Psychology of Adjustment and senior seminar. Currently teaching Introduction to general Experimental Psychology. This class has an enrollment of about 90 and is divided into sections of nine students for weekly experimental labs. The class employs 8 lab assistants to run the computer and internet based experimental labs. I am also a faculty justice.

Cornell University, Ithaca New York, Gannett Psychological Services. Adjunct Faculty 1998-99.Adjunct faculty for post doctoral program in psychotherapy.

Teaching Experience

Cornell University Psychotherapy Post Doctoral Program 1998 Lecturer for the health services post doctoral program in psychotherapy.

Ithaca College, Ithaca New York, Department of Psychology. Assistant Professor. 1994-98. At Ithaca College I have been taught the following courses. Abnormal psychology, Personality, General psychology, Psychology of adjustment, Experimental Psychology, and Senior seminar. In addition I supervise several students who are community internships such as the suicide crisis hotline and offenders programs.

Loyola University, New Orleans, Department of Educational Psychology. Assistant Professor. 1994. Responsibility for teaching a masters level psychological assessment class to counselling students. The class covered basic psychometric and validity issues in addition to intellectual and personality assessment in both objective and projective domains.

Tulane Medical Center, New Orleans, Psychiatry and Neurology. Facilitator and instructor.1992-993, Regular case conferences for presentation of therapy cases to interns residents and staff. Occasional instruction of psychiatric residents and social workers in the use of Psychological Assessment referrals.

Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Department of Psychology. Lecturer.1991-92, Psychology 211: Research Methods; Duties included bi-weekly lecture to a class of 100 psychology majors, syllabus development, test preparation, and supervision of the assigned teaching assistant.

Manor Hospital, Epsom, England. Facilitator.1990,. Continuing education of hospital nursing staff. Duties included preparation and delivery of clinical applications in the hospital setting.

Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Department of Psychology. Teaching Assistant.1989-90, Psychology 202: Introduction to Psychology, Dr. Thomas Mitchell;. Duties included bi-weekly lecture to two sections of forty psychology students, facilitation of class discussion, test question construction, and administration of tests.

Clinical Experience

Cornell University, Gannett Center Psychological Services. 1996. Staff Psychologist. This adjunct position includes individual therapy and peer supervision.

Tulane University Medical School. Sept 92-Sept 93. A.P.A. Clinical internship. The internship includes inpatient an outpatient therapy and assessment in both private and public hospitals. One six month rotation at New Orleans Adolescent Hospital is devoted to children and adolescents. One three month rotation includes acute inpatient psychiatric treatment and evaluation. A second three month rotation includes private inpatient treatment. Supervisor Dr Philip Griffin Ph.D. ABPP.

 

Southern Illinois University at Carbondale Clinical Center. Jan 92-May 92. Psychoeducational assessments of school age children. Comprehensive evaluations included intellectual, achievement and neuropsychological assessments to assess learning styles and disabilities. Supervisor Dr. Lyle White.

Jackson County Community Mental Health Center Carbondale Il. Jan 91-Aug 91. Adult outpatient program. JCCMH clients possess a broad spectrum of presenting problems. Clients I have worked with at this agency included those with a history of sexual abuse, court referred offenders, dissociative disorders, major depression and marital problems. Tasks included intake interviews, psychological assessments, and psychotherapy.

St. Ebbas Hospital London, England. May 1990,-December 1990. St. Ebbas is a large institution whose client population is nominally chronically developmentally delayed. In practice head injured, autistic, psychotic and neurotic clients were represented in the resident population. While there I lived on site and was involved in direct provision of services as well as administration and research. Psychology department director Vicki Hobbs

Private consultant April, 1990 - May, 1990. Intellectual assessments conducted at various sites in southern Illinois. Supervisor Dr. J. Ringuette

Southern Illinois University at Carbondale Clinical Center. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale Clinical Center services a broad spectrum of clients from the university and tri-state region. As a therapist in the center I worked with clients whose problems ranged from mild depression and anxiety through major psychoses. Therapy models included cognitive behavioral, analytic, non-directive and supportive psychotherapy.

Project 12-Ways Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.1987-88 Department of Rehabilitation. In home services for clients cited for incest, abuse or neglect. Project 12-Ways is a behaviorally oriented in home support service for client families who have been referred as a result of incest, abuse or neglect. My own experience of 12- Ways was largely in the area of teaching parenting skills and the maintenance of clean and safe home environments for children. Supervisor Dr. R. Lubeck.

Assessment Experience

Administration scoring and interpretation experience with Rorschach, Thematic Apperception Test, Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, MMPI2, Figure drawing, Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, and Stanford-Binet intelligence Scale, MCMI, WRAT, KTEA, Benton Visual Retention, Judgement Of Line Orientation, REY, Colorspan, and Bender Gestalt. Computer scoring with MCMI, MMPI2 and Rorschach.

Organizational/Consulting Experience

 

Member of Applied Research Consultants (ARC) 1987-1991. ARC is a commercially active university based consulting organization whose recent contracts include.

- Content Analysis of educational materials for Arthur Anderson management consultants.

- Item Analysis of test material for Arthur Anderson management consultants.

- Survey of 2000 faculty staff and students regarding sexual harassment for Southern Illinois University.

- Regional risk analysis for alcohol/substance abuse for mental health administrators.

- Consultant for accounting research survey.

Private Consultant

- National Organization of Women Redwing Minnesota Editorial Consultation for "Women In The Workforce".

- National Organization of Women Redwing Minnesota Statistical Consultant.

Research Experience

Research Assistant Dr. Alan Vaux 1987-89, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Department of Psychology. Research conducted with Dr. Vaux included data collection, scale construction and development, and data analysis.

Research Assistant Dr. Jack McKillip 1986-87, Southern Illinois University, Department of Psychology. Research conducted with Dr. McKillip included data collection, scale construction and development, and data analysis.

Applied Research Consultants Associate. Consulting research involving, content analysis, large data base management, secondary data analysis, large scale survey research and scale development.

 

Professional Activities

1996-97 Reviewer for the seventh edition of Abnormal Psychology by J. Davison and J Neal.

Committees

1997- 1999 Faculty Advisor for the Gaelic Society. Ithaca College.

1997- 1998 Departmental Library liaison. Ithaca College.

1996- 1999 Faculty Justice. Ithaca College.

1989 - 1990. Graduate and Professional Student council Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

1988 - 1989. Graduate School Grievance Committee Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

1985 - 1986. University College Dublin Psychological Society Committee member 1985 - 1986

Honors

American Field Service International Exchange Scholarship 1982-83.

1st Class Honors University College Dublin 1986.

Doctoral Fellowship Southern Illinois University 1989-90.

Interests

Reading, Travel, World Affairs, Art and Antiques

Presentations, Publications, and Technical Reports

 

Stephenson, H. (March, 1986). Social support stress and the police: a prospective study. Paper presented at the Irish Psychology students Conference in Dublin, Ireland

Courtney, C., Geisler-Brenstien, E., Conn, S., and Stephenson, H.(1987) Content Analysis of Arthur Anderson and Co Educational Material: Feasibility Study. Report for Arthur Anderson and Co.

Stephenson, H., Vaux, A., and McCarthy, E. (May, 1989). Processes of social support. Paper presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association Chicago.

Klosterman, B., Stephenson, H., Lavelle, E., Roe C., and Vaux A. (October, 1989). Problems doing a resource inventory by the book. Presentation at the American Evaluation Association meeting San Francisco canceled following earthquake.

Stephenson, H., Klosterman, B., Lavelle, E., Roe C., and Vaux A. (October, 1989). Assessing need for alcohol/drug abuse services; A social indicator risk analysis. Abstract Printed in conference proceedings. Presentation at the American Evaluation Association meeting San Francisco canceled following earthquake.

Stephenson, H., Klosterman, B., Lavelle, E., Roe C., and Vaux A.(1989) Needs Assessment of alcohol/drug abuse services in Southern Illinois. Report for the Regional Mental Health Administrators (RMHA) of Southern Illinois.

Stephenson, H.,Watkins, J., Wallace, J., Schwerin. M., and Vaux, A.(1990) A survey of sexual harassment at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Report for the Personnel Office, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

.Watkins J. and Stephenson H.(1990) Sexual Harassment of males: forgotten victims or inaccurate estimates. Paper presented at Midwestern Psychological conference, Chicago.

McKillip J. and Stephenson H.(1992) Using Government Information and Other Archives. Chapter In Independent Consulting for Evaluators. Schwerin M., Vaux A., and Stockdale M. Sage Publications.

Stephenson H. (1998) An Online Interactive Version of the Inventory of Learning Processes http://www.ithaca.edu/admin/counsel/counsel1/self_assess.htm