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Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University Correctional Psychology Training Program Roger Widmer, ED.D. President And Tracy P. Robinson,

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2 Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University Correctional Psychology Training Program Roger Widmer, ED.D. President And Tracy P. Robinson, Psy.D. Director of Training

3 Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University/Schaumburg Programs Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Programs and Certificates Forensic Psychology Child & Family Psychology Diversity & Multicultural Psychology Client-Centered and Experiential Psychology Health Psychology Other Therapy Orientations MA in Clinical Psychology ED.D. in Counseling Psychology MA in Community Counseling

4 PsyD Program APA Accredited Program: 7-year approval Placement Rate – 100% last 3 academic years practicum students. Graduation Rate: 82% Average Class Size: Spring 04: 9.78; Fall 04: 10.1

5 Correctional Psychology Training Program Illinois Department of Corrections Partnership with ISPP at Argosy University Schaumburg Two-Three year contracts to Conduct Clinical Correctional Psychology Training Program at: Dixon Correctional Center Dwight Correctional Center Stateville Correctional Center

6 Services Provided Through Training Program Individual Psychotherapy Group Psychotherapy Psychological Testing Psychological Screenings Provision of Ongoing Training Sessions or Workshops for IDOC Mental Health Staff

7 Dixon Correctional Center Program is a member of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) Program Includes: Clinical Supervisor (Licensed Clinical Psychologist) Additional supervision and training provided by IDOC staff and ISPP faculty Three Post-Doctoral Residents Three Pre-Doctoral Interns Three Practicum Students Psychotherapy Assessment/Diagnostic One Administrative Assistant

8 Dwight & Stateville Correctional Program is a member of APPIC Program Includes: One Clinical Supervisor/Program Director Additional supervision and training provided by IDOC staff and ISPP faculty Five Interns Four Practicum Students Psychotherapy Assessment/Diagnostic One Administrative Assistant Trainees Rotate Between Correctional Centers

9 Home Universities/Schools of Trainees Argosy University-Schaumburg Argosy University-Chicago Argosy University-Phoenix Argosy University-Minnesota Chicago School of Professional Psychology Forest Institute of Professional Psychology Spaulding University Auburn University DePaul University Capalla University Lewis University Regent University University of Cincinnati University of Denver Alliant University (California of Professional Psychology) Loma Linda University Wheaton College

10 Benefits of the Training Program: A Two Way Street Cost savings to the State of Illinois Increases much needed mental health services within the IDOC Increases much needed APPIC internship training slots in the Chicago area Provides state of the art training in correctional and forensic psychology including: General Psychological Assessment Neuropsychological Assessment Individual Psychotherapy Group Psychotherapy Sex Offender Assessment and Treatment Provides additional training/education to the IDOC mental health staff Trainees/Students are able to take part in the our Forensic Psychology Certificate Program

11 Faculty Jim Wasner, Ph.D., Michigan State University, Department Head, Clinical Psychology Programs, Research, Scholarly & Clinical Interests: Family, Couples & Child Psychotherapy; the Psychology of Men; Family Therapy Outcome & Process Research; Models of Integrative Therapy. Tracy P. Robinson, Psy.D., Adler School of Professional Psychology, Director of Clinical Training. Research, Scholarly & Clinical Interests: Clinical Hypnosis; Schema-Focused Cognitive Therapy; Psychotherapy Integration; Behavioral Medicine; Forensic Psychology; Clinical Assessment and the Assessment and Treatment of Anger. Peter Dodzik, Psy.D., Florida School of Professional Psychology, Associate Department Head, Clinical Psychology Programs. Research & Scholarly Interests: Neuropsychological Assessment; Pediatric Neuropsychology; Behavioral Medicine & Sleep Disorders; Alzheimer s disease and Vascular Dementia; Assessment of Developmental Dyslexia and ADHD.

12 Faculty James Dugo, Ph.D., Illinois Institute of Technology, Professor. Research, Scholarly & Clinical Interests: Group Psychotherapy; Assessment and Treatment of Domestic Violence; Treatment of Domestic Violence Perpetrators; the Co-Therapy Relationship. Robert Eme, Ph.D., ABPP, Loyola University, Professor. Research, Scholarly & Clinical Interests: Cognitive Assessment; Child and Adolescent Development & Psychopathology; Diagnosis and Treatment of ADHD and Learning Disabilities; Gender Differences in Adolescent Psychopathology and Juvenile Violence. Rhonda Goldman, Ph.D., York University, Associate Professor. Research, Scholarly & Clinical Interests: Process Oriented Psychotherapy Research; Person Centered & Process-Experiential Psychotherapy; Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy; Effectiveness of Experiential Therapies on the Treatment of Anxiety & Depression; the Development of Empathy in Psychotherapy.

13 Faculty Patricia Heaston, Ph.D., Northwestern University, Professor. Research, Scholarly & Clinical Interests: Professional Ethics and Conduct; Forensic Psychology and the Law; Nondiscriminatory Assessment; Psycho ethnic significance of locus of control; psychological ecology and systems theory. La-Don-Jackson, Ph.D., Northwestern University, Associate Professor, Research, Scholarly & Clinical Interests: Brief and Transtheoretical Therapies; Assessment & Treatment of Addictions; Assessment & Treatment of Multiculturally & Ethnically Diverse Populations; Race and Ethnicitys impact on psychotherapy training and practice; Effectiveness of Simulations in Clinical Training. Kammie Juzwin, Psy.D., Adler School of Professional Psychology, Assistant Professor. Research, Scholarly & Clinical Interests: Identification & Treatment of High Risk Patients; Treatment of the Complex Patient (trauma, self-injury, eating disorders); Forensic Assessment; Critical Stress Debriefing.

14 Faculty Kevin J. Kukoleck, Psy.D., Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Assistant Professor. Research, Scholarly & Clinical Interests: Health Psychology; Gerontology, Multicultural Psychology; Gay/Lesbian Identity Development; Client-Centered Psychotherapy. Sandra Lema-Stern, Ph.D., Northwestern University, Professor. Research, Scholarly & Clinical Interests: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; Group Psychotherapy; Statistics & Research Design; the Psychology of Women; Domestic Violence Treatment; Group/Organizational Processes. Donna Mahoney, Ph.D., Institute for Clinical Social Work, Assistant Professor. Research, Scholarly & Clinical Interests: Adult Development; Assessment & Treatment of Anxiety; Childhood Fears & Phobias; Self-Psychology; Theoretical & Clinical Integration of Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavioral Interventions.

15 Faculty M. Chet Mirman, Ph.D., Michigan State University, Assistant Professor. Research, Scholarly & Clinical Interests: Psychodynamic Theories & Therapy; Psychology of Spirituality; Male Identity Development; Role of Therapy Relationship in Intensive Psychotherapy; Shame & Selfhood. Joel Carnazzo, Psy.D., Adler School of Professional Psychology, Head of ISPP/CNW Internship. Practicum & Post-Doctoral Training Programs, Statesville/Dwight Correctional Centers. Research, Scholarly & Clinical Interests: Forensic & Correctional Psychology; Assessment & Treatment of Children; Substance Abuse & Problems of Chemical Dependency; Assessment & Treatment of Depression. Diana Dobier, Psy.D., Adler School of Professional Psychology, Director of Correctional Training Programs & Associate Director of Clinical Training. Head of Internship, Practicum & Post-Doctoral Training at Dixon Correctional Center. Research, Scholarly & Clinical Interests: Forensics & Correctional psychology; Cognitive Therapy; Substance Abuse; Assessment & Treatment of Sexual Offenders.

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