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January 2013


J
oseph A. Bianco, Ph.D.



Heritage
College of Osteopathic Medicine





(740) 593
-
2130
, work

Department of
Social Medicine




(740) 591
-
1929, home

308

Grosvenor Hall






bianco@ohio.edu

Athens, OH 45701






http://ohio.academia.edu/JosephBianco


Education

2009

Postdoctoral Fellowship
, Clinical Health Psychology,
Ohio University
, Athens
,

Ohio
.

2007

Doctorate in

Clinical Psychology
,
Columbia University, Teachers College
,
NY.

2004

Masters in Philosophy

(M.Phil),
Columb
ia University, Teachers College
, NY

2003

Masters of Science
, Clinical Psychology,
Columbia Univer
sity, Teachers
College
,
NY.
1995

Bachelor of
Arts,

Columbia University
, N
ew
Y
ork, NY.

Major: English Literature




Academic Appointments

July 2012

Assistant Professor, Department of Social Medicine,
Ohio University
Heritage


College of
Osteopathic Medicine
(tenure
-
track)


2011
-
2012

Assistant Profe
ssor, Department of Social Medicine,
Ohio University Heritage


College of Osteopathic Medicine
(non
-
tenure track)



2009
-
2011

Research Scientist
, Department
of
Geriatric
Medicine
/
Gerontology,

Ohio


University College of
Osteopathic

Medicine


2008
-
2009

Research Assistant

Professor
,
Department

of Family M
edicine,
Ohio University
College of

Osteopathic

Medicine


Honors and A
wards


2012

Outstanding Small Group Facilitator, PCC2, Distinguished Osteopathic Commitment

Awards, Ohio University Heritage College
of Osteopathic Medicine


2011

Outstanding Small Group Facilitator, PCC2, Distinguished Osteopathic Commitment

Awards, Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine


2009

Outsta
nding Small Group Facilitator,
Distinguished Osteopathic Commitment

Award
s
, Ohio University
Heritage
C
ollege of Osteopathic Medicine


2009

Special Recognition Award for Contributions to Resident Medical Education,

O’Bleness Memorial Hospital,
Family Medicine Residency Program




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January 2013


C
linical Positions/Training

2011

present

Psychotherapist
, telephone
-
administered
Interpersonal Therapy for depressed


rural adults with HIV/AIDS

(funded through NIMH # R01
-
MH08y7463
-
01A1,

“Telephone IPT Intervention for HIV
-
Infected Rural Persons.” PI: Heckman,
Timothy G.; Co
-
Is: Anderson, Ti
mothy; Heckman, Bernadette; & Mohr, David.


2009


Co
-
facilitator
,
telephone
-
administered
Supportive
-
Expressive The
rapy Group for

older women with HIV



2006
-

2009

Postdoctoral Psychology Supervisor
, HeartWorks

Cardiopulmonary
Rehabilitation

Program,
Athens, Ohio.

Supervised six
7

predoctoral psychology
students (for six months each) providing

psychosocial assessment and

behavioral
health

interventions to cardiac
patients.


2007
-

2009
Postdoctoral Psychology Fellow
, Ohio University. Training: Healt
h
Psychology.


Site placements: O’Bleness Family Practice Clinic & Health First.

Provided
clinical services and s
upervised cl
inical activities of
12

advanced predoctoral
clinical health psychology students providing
mental health services embedded
within p
rimary care medical

clinics.
Supervised by Mary de Groot, Ph.D.


2005
-

2007

Pre
-
doctoral Psychology Resident
, Ohio University, O’Bleness Family Practice
Clinic, Athens, Ohio. Training: primary care psychology.


2004
-

2005

Psychology Intern
, Beth Israel
Medical Center, New York, NY


2001
-

2003

Psychology Trainee
, Center for Educational and Psychological Services Columbia
University, Teachers College, New York, NY.


2001
-

2002

Clinical Interviewer
, Child Study Center, New York University Medical Center,

New York, NY. Project: school
-
based interventions for social anxiety.


1997
-

1998

Clinical Interviewer
, New York State Psychiatric Institute, Division of Child and
Adolescent Psychiatry, Columbia University, New York, NY. Project:
Adolescent suicide pre
vention.


Grants and F
unding


2012

“Integrated Mind
-
Body Medicine Training Program fo
r Rural Primary Care
Physicians
and
MEDTAPP Scholars Program.
Funded for $427,711
. Funder: MEDTAPP
Healthcare Access Initiative, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services
.
Project
Period: 10/01/2012 to 06/30/2013. Principle Investigator: John Brose, D.O. Co
-
Investigators:
Joseph Bianco, Ph.D.
Tracy Marx, D.O.



Description:
workforce development grant to tra
in healthcare providers working
with
rural, underserved, and/or low
-
income patients. Co
-
created two programs: Mind
-


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January 2013


Body Skills Group and a Trauma
-
Informed Primary Care training program for
primary care residents and interns


2012

“Osteopathic Empathy and Holistic Healing/Developing Empathy during Osteopathic
Medical Educat
ion” (#1044
-
615). Funder: American Osteopathic Association
;
Project
Period: 09/01/2010 to 08/31/2012; no
-
cost extension awarded for 9/1/12 to 3/31/2013
.
Principle Investigators: Leonard Calabrese, DO & John Brose, DO, & Mohamadrezza
Hojat, Ph.D
.
Co
-
Invest
igators: Douglas Mann, Ph.D. and
Joseph Bianco, Ph.D.*
(*
added as Co
-
I in October 2013)
.
Funded for $93,000



Description:
cross
-
sectional and longitudinal investigation of empathy in osteopathic
medical students vs. allopathic


2011

“Take Action 3: Building an Interdisciplinary Healthy Lifestyle Intervention.” PI:
Shubrook, Jay. Co
-
I:,
Bianco, Joseph

& McCall, Kelly. Proposal for Bridging &
Supplemental funding, RSAC, OU
-
HCOM: Requested amount: $25,000.
Not funded.


2008 “TAKE

ACTION 2: Teamwork with Age
-
appropriate Kids’ Exercise in Appalachia with
Interventions for Overweight and Nutrition.” Principle Investigator: Jay Shubrook, D.O.

Co
-
Investigators: Andrew Wapner, D.O.,
Joseph A. Bianco, Ph.D.,
& Tom Murray,
M.S.
Funding Ag
ency
: American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation.
Awarded:
$5,000

(8/08)



Description:
multidisciplinary program for rural overweight families, including a
behavior modification curriculum


2008 “TAKE ACTION 2: Teamwork with Age
-
appropriate Kids’ Ex
ercise in Appalachia With
Interventions for Overweight and Nutrition.” Submitted to the Saucony Fund for Good
Foundation.
Project Director
: Jay Shubrook, D.O,
Co
-
Principal Investigator:
Andrew
Wapner, D.O.,
Co
-
Investigators
:
Joseph Bianco, Ph.D
., and Tom
Murray, M.S.
Requested $10,000.
Not Funded.


Research & Scholarly Interests



Trauma
:
The effects of trauma and adversity on health
; trauma identification and treatment

in primary care settings; trauma survivors’ narratives; narrative psychotherapy for trauma




Narrative Medicine/Psychology
: patient health stories; storytelling as a clinical intervention;
narrative competencies in medical education
; therapist and physicia
n self
-
disclosure




Behavioral
Health

in Primary Care Settings
:
workforce development and mental health
service provision embedded in primary care clinics. Behavioral health interventions: process
and outcome.






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January 2013


IRB
-
Active Research Projects




“Empathy a
mon
g Osteopathic Medical Students.” PI: John Brose, D.O. CO
-
I’s:
Bianco,
Joseph A.

and Mann, Douglas.

With: Leonard Calabrese, DO (Cleveland Clinic),
Mohammadrezza Hojat, Ph.D. (Jefferson College).





Osteopathic Medical Students’ Knowledge, Skills, and Atti
tudes toward Treating Lesbian,
Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Patients.” IRB
approval granted on May 31, 2012
). PI:
Katy Kropf, DO. Co
-
Investigators:
Joseph Bianco, Ph.D.
, Jan
e Balbo, DO, & Nancy
Bauer, MA.




“TAKE ACTION 3.” Active since 7/2011; received IRB renewal 8/2012. PI:
Joseph
Bianco, Ph.D.;
Co
-
Investigators: Jay Shubrook, DO, Michael Kushnick, Ph.D., Deborah
Murray, LD, & Kelly McCall Ph.D.



P
ublications

Bianco, J.A.,

Heckman, T.G., Sutton, M., Wat
a
ka
koso
l, R., Lovejoy, T.
I.

(
2011
).


Predicting a
dherence to antiretroviral medications in HIV
-
infected older adults: The


moderating role of gender.
AIDS and Behavior
,

15,
1437
-
1446.

Bianco, J.A.
&

Marx, T.L. (May 2011). Diabetes and Depression in Older Adults.
Health

Watch: D.O.s Against Diabetes,
Supplement to
The Journal of the American Osteopathic

Association, 6(3),

16
-
21.


Bianco, J.A.

(
2011
). Narrative empowerment and the talking cure.
Health

Communication
, 26,

297
-

301
.


Wapner, A.,
Bianco, J.A.,

Long, M., Kushnick, M.R., Brannan, G. & Shubrook, J. (2010).


TAKE ACTION:
A multidisciplinary healthy lifestyle intervention for rural families.


Childhood Obesity, 6,
275
-
281.


Montgomery
-
Rea
gan, K.,
Bianco, J.A
., Heh, V., Rettos, J. & Huston, R.S. (2009). Prevalence

and correlates of obesity in rural Appalachian children ages 6
-
11.
Rural and Remote
Health, 9,
1234.


Taylor
-
Bianco, A.,
Bianco, J.A.,

& Thacker, R.A., &

Thomas, E.A. (2007). Managerial

coping with organizational change: The role of motivation. In Zelick, P.R. (Ed.),
Issues
in

the Psychology of Motivation

(p 187
-
202). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers,
Inc.


Farber, B.A., Berano, K.C., &
Bianco, J
.A
. (2006). A temporal model of patient self
-

disclosure in psychotherapy.
Psychotherapy Research 16,

463
-
469.


Bianco, J.A.

& Farber, B.A. (2005). Therapist self
-
disclosure to child patients.
American

Journal of Psychotherapy, 59,
199
-
212.



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January 2013



Farber, B.A., Berano, K.C.,
&
CapoBianco, J.A
.
(2004). Clients’ perceptions of the process

and consequences of self
-
disclosure in psychotherapy.

Journal of Counseling
Psychology, 51,

340
-
346.


Publications Submitted
/Under Review


1.

Calabrese, L.H.,
Bianco, J.A.,
Mann, D., Massello, D., & Hojat, M. (submitted to
Academic
Medicine
on 9/25/2012). “An Empirical Study of Correlates and Changes in Empathy and
Attitudes toward I
nterprofessonal

Collaboration in Osteopathic Medical S
tudents.


Submitted in Sep
tember 2012.


2.

Bianco, J.A
., Heckman, T.G., Hec
kman, B., Heh, V. Anderson, T. (revision submitted to
The
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology

on 9/26/2012
).

Trajectories of symptom
change in telephone delivered group interventions for depressed ol
der adults with
HIV/AIDS.


Current status
: revise and r
esubmit,
revision currently under review.


3.

Heckman, T.G., Heckman, B.D., Anderson, T., Lovejoy, T.I., Mohr, D.,
Bianco, J.A.,
&
Gau, J. (
Submitted to
AIDS & Behavior

on 11/2012
). Supportive
-
Expressive
Group
Teletherapy Reduces Depressive Symptoms in HIV
-
Infected Older Adults: Results f
rom a
Randomized Clinical Trial
.

Current status
: revise and resubmit, revision currently in
preparation.



Presentations

at Professional Conferences

Calabrese, L.,
Bianco,

J.A.

(
accepted for full presentation in April 2013
).
Correlates and

Changes in Empathy Among Osteopathic Medical Students.
Presentation proposal

submitted for the April 2013 conference of the American Osteopathic Association.


Kropf, K. &
Bianco, J.A
. (
September, 2012
)
.
Educating Reflective

Practitioners: A Guide for

Leading Self
-
Reflection with Medical Students on Global Health Rotations.
Lecture/Discussion presented at

the 33
rd

Forum of Behavioral
Science in Family
Medicine, September 2012.


Crane,

M.,
Bianco, J.A.,

Kushnick, M., & Shubrook, J. (April, 2012).
C
an Health C
hange

E
ndure? Exploring Discrepancies between Health Behaviors and Attitudes.
Presentation

at the
Ohio Osteopathic Association and Core Research Poster Exhibition, Ohio

Osteopathic Symposium, Columbus, OH.


Crane, M.,
Bianco, J.A
., Kushnick, M., & Shubrook, J. (October, 2011).
TAKE ACTION 3: A

Qualitative and Quantitative Follow
-
up to Two Healthy Lifestyle Interventions.

Poster
presented at the national conference of the

Student
Osteo
pathic Medical Association,
AOA
.




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January 2013


Bianco,
J.A.,

Heckman,
T.G.,
Heckman,
B.,
Anderson,
T.,
& Heh
, V
. (
September,
2011).
Therapeutic Alliance and Trajectories of Change in Telephone
-
Adminis
tered Group
Psychotherapies for D
epressed Older Adults

with HIV/AIDS
. Poster presented at
Research
Day, OU
-
HCOM.


Crane,

M.,
Bianco
, J.A.
, Kushnick,

M., &

Shubrook
, J.

(
September,
2011).
Can Health Changes

Endure?

Exploring Discrepancies between Health Status and Health
-
Related Attitudes.


P
oster P
resent
ed at Research Day, OU
-
HCOM
.


Bianco, J.A.

(2010, September).
Best practices for physician self
-
disclosure.
Presented at the

the 31
st

Forum for the Behavioral Sciences in Medicine, Chicago, IL, September 2010.


Bianco, J.A
. (2010, March).
“Embodyed”
stories: Preverbal trauma, s
omati
zation,
and the

paradox of narrative r
econstruction.
Paper presented at

the Washington Trauma

Conference, George Washington University, Washington, DC.


Bianco, J.A
., Malone
-
Priloeu, M., Wapner, A., Montg
omery
-
Reagan, K.,

Angel
-
Martos,
G.,


Shubrook, J. (2009, September).
Teaching overweight rural families

behavior


modification skills:

Results from a community
-
based obesity intervention.

Presented at


the 30
th

Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine, Lombard, Il.


Bianco, J.A.,

Heckman, T.G., Sutton, M., Watakakosol, R., & Lovejoy, T.I. (2009,

September).
Gender differences in antiretroviral a
dherence

among o
ld
er a
dults with

HIV/AIDS.

Poster presented at

Research Day,
OU
-
COM, Athens, OH.


Bianco, J.A.,

Montgomery
-
Reagan, K., Heh, V.
, Rettos, J., & Huston, R. (2009, September).

Prevalence
and c
orrelates of
high body mass index among elementary school c
hildren

in Athens County, OH.
Pos
ter presented at Research Day, Ohio University College of
Osteopathic Medicine, Athens, OH.


Knutson, M.K, Wapner, A., Murray, T., Brannan, G.,
Bianco, J.A
., Shubrook, J. (June, 2009).

Teamwork with Age
-
Appropriate Kids’ Exercise in Appalachia with Interv
entions for
Overweight and Nutrition (TAKE ACTION)
.
Published abstract for
the 69
th

Scientific
Sessions of the American Diabetes Association. New Orleans, LA.

Malone
-
Prioleau, M., Wapner, A., Kushnik, M., Lustic, M.,
Bianco, J.
, & Shubrook, J. (2008,




September).
The effects of an eight week exercise intervention on parents’ p
erception
s


of
children’s b
o
dy s
ize.

Poster presented at OU
-
COM Research Day, OU
-
COM,

Athens, OH.


de Groot, M.,
Bianco, J.A.,

& Presutti, L. (2008, September).
Building a health psychology

program

in a rural family practice clinic: Inception, implementation, and beyond.
Paper
presented at the 29
th

Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine,

Chicago, IL.


Huckins, J., Trost, Z., de Groot, M.,
Bianco, J.A
., &

Presutti, L. (2008, March).
Integrated

primary care psychology services in an Appalachian community sample: Preliminary

results fr
om the Interdisciplinary Rural Mental Health Training p
rogram.
Poster



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January 2013


session presented at the annual meeting of the Socie
ty for Behavioral Medicine, San

Diego, CA.


Bianco, J.A
. & Farber, B.A. (2007, June).
Gender differences in therapists’ willingness to self
-

disclose.
Paper presented at the Annual Conference, Society for Psychotherapy

Research, Madison, WI.


Bianco, J.A
. & Farber, B.A. (2006, October).
What and why therapists self
-
disclose:

Comparing Axis I and Axis II disorders.

Paper presented at the Annual Conference,

North American

Society for Psychotherapy Research, Burr Oak, OH.


Bianco, J.A.,

Farber, B.A., & Gel
ler, J. (2006, June).
Therapists’ willingness to self
-
disclose as

a function of theoretical orientation and client diagnosis.

Pape
r presented at the Annual

Conference, Society for Psychotherapy Research, Edinburgh, Scotland.


Bianco, J.A
., Farber, B.A., &

Geller, J. (2004, November).
Therapists’ reasons for and

against self
-
disclosure: A comparison of adult and child therapists.

Paper presented at
the Annual Conference, North American Chapter, Society for Psychotherapy Research,
Springdale, UT.


Taylor
-
Bianco, A.,
Bianco, J. A.

& Thomas, E. (2004, September).
Managerial coping with

organizational change: The role of self
-
regulation and proactive behavior.

Paper

presented at the Annual Conference,

Irish Academy of Management, Trinity College,

D
ublin, Ireland.


Bianco, J.A
., & Farber, B.A. (2003, November).
Therapist self
-
disclosure to child

patients.

Paper presented at the Annual Conference, North American Chapter, Society

for Psychotherapy Research, Newport, RI.


Fa
rber, B.A., Berano, K.C., &

Bianco, J.A
. (2003, November).
A temporal model of

Patient self
-
disclosure in psychotherapy.

Paper presented at the Annual Conference,

North American Chapter, Society for Psychotherapy Research, Newport, RI.

Farber, B.A., Berano, K.,
CapoBianco, J.A,

&

Welsh, E. (2001, November).
Self
-
disclosure
psychotherapy: The client’s perspective
. Poster presented at the annual Conference,
North American Chapter, Society for Psychotherapy Research, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.


Didactic Presentations, Trainings, and W
orkshops


Bianco, J.A.

(August, 2011). “Tips for Small Group Facilitation

in Medical Education
.” Faculty

Development series, OU
-
HCOM.

(invited).

Bianco, J.A
.
, (July 2011). “Changing Their Minds: Diabetes Management Using a

Stages of Change Approach.”
Diabetes Research In
i
tiative,
O’Bleness Memorial

Hospital.




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Bianco, J.A.

(2011, January).
Developmental Trauma Disorder: New Recognition for an Old


Problem.

Presented at peer supervision group of childhood mental health professionals,


Tri
-
County C
ommunity Mental Health, Athens, OH. (Invited)


Bianco, J.A
. (2010, December).
Personality Disorders in Older Adults.
Presented at the


Geriatric Noon Seminar, O’Bleness Memorial Hospital, Athens, OH. (Invited)

Bianco, J.A
. (
2010, August
).
Trauma Across the Lifespan:
A Biopsychosocial Perspective.

Invited presentation delivered to staff at Early Head Start, Hocking
-
Athens
-
Perry


Community Action. Head

Start
, Gloucester, OH.



Bianco, J.A.

& Mock
-
Adams, A.
(
2010, June
).
Helping Traumatized
Children Learn and

Succeed. Ohio University Inn, Athens, OH.
Invited presentation delivered to 65 local
teachers, counselors, and social workers designed to raise awareness of trauma and help
service providers promote trauma
-
informed care. Sponsored by Oh
io University College
of Osteopathic Medicine’s Area Health and Education Center and Athens County
Children & Family First Council.

Athens, OH.


Bianco, J.A
. (April 14, 2010).
Health Disparities among HIV
-
Infected Older Adults:


P
sychosocial Considerati
ons for
Older Women.

Presented to medical students and


faculty as part of Minority Health

Month. Sponsored by Multicultural Journal Club and


Student Affairs, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Athens, OH.


Bianco, J.A
. (2009, November).
Time Management & Beyond: A Guide for Business Majors.


Workshop designed and administered to undergraduate business majors in the Cluster

program, College of Business, Ohio University
, Athens OH
.


Bianco, J.A.
(October, 2009).
Changing Minds: The Transtheoretical Approach to Individual

Change.
Invited talk, undergraduate business maj
ors Cluster seminar, College of
Business, Ohio University, Athens OH.


Bianco, J.A
. (2008, December).
Maximum Performance
:
Time Management & Beyon
d.


Workshop designed and administered to students in Ohio University’s Integrated MBA
Program as part of their Professional Development Curriculum.


Bianco, J.A
. & de Groot, M. (2007, September).
Get Motivated!

A series of presentations on

motivation
strategies and relapse prevention for participants of TAKE ACTION, a weight
management program for children, adolescents, and parents. Presented at O’Bleness
Memorial Hospital, Athens, OH.


Bianco, J.A.,

& de Groot, M. (2007, August).
Reading Cues
. A
series of three presentations for

participants of TAKE ACTION. Presented to Family Medicine Interns & Residents,
Graduate Medical Education, O’Bleness Memorial Hospital, Athens, Ohio.






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Teaching


Student Interest Group



Faculty Co
-
Advisor, Psychiatry
Student Interest Group (with Kelly Coon), 2012

to
present


Courses

Taught/Block Team Memberships




HTC 250,
Seminar in Narrative, Psychotherapy, and th
e Construction of Life Stories,
Honors Tutorial College & English Department



HTC 4970T, Thesis Advisement,

English Department



Medical Knowledge
5,
Psychiatry Block, HCOM

o

Interim

Instructor of Record, January
to April 2012

o

Lecturer,
Child Psychiatry Module



Medical Knowledge 8,
Addiction, Pain, Palliative Care Block
, HCOM

o

Instructor of Record, 2013
-

present

o

Lecturer, Addiction Medicine Module



Behavioral Medicine Didactics,
Family Practice

Residency Program
, HCOM



MGT 491/691,
Managing You
rself and Others with the MBTI
(online)
,
Management
Department, College of Business, Ohio University



Traineeship in Clinical

Health Psychology (with Mary de Groot)



Practicum

in Clinical Health Psychology (with Mary de Groot)


Medical
Lectures

Created and Taught




Introduction to the Medical Student Assistance Program (MSAP)



Group Dynamics in Problem
-
Based Learning



Anxiety
Disorders

in Childhood and Adolescence



Mood Disorders

in Childhood and Adolescence



Pervasive Developmental Di
sorders



Atte
ntion and Disruptive Disorders




Elimination Disorders



Psychiatry Synthesis & Integration



Pathways to Addiction I



Pathways to Addiction

II



Drugs of Abuse: Stimulants



Smoking

Cessation Interventions for Physicians: A Stages of Change Approach



Special Populations in Addiction Medicine



Screening and Assessment of Addiction Disorders



Treatment of Addiction Disorders



Addiction, Pain, &

Palliative Care Synthesis & Integration



Addiction, Pain, & Palliative Care Exam Review



Introduction to Behavioral Medicine in Primary Care



Trauma and Toxic Stress in Primary Care Patients



Depression and Learned Helplessness in Family Medicine



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Chronic
Pain among Family Medicine Patients: A Psychological Perspective.



Domestic Violence in Family Practice: How Should a Physician Respond?



Introduction to Health Psychology and Case Presentation



Creating Interdisciplinary Care in Your Next Practice



Person
ality Disorders in Primary C
are: Identification, Assessment, and
Communication
Strategies.


Resource Hours/Problem Sets



Intimate Partner Violence: A Lifespan Approach. Resource Hour for PCC, OMS
-
II



Rural Residency as a Risk Factor for Obesity
.
Multicultural Journal Club Discussion,
OMS
-
I & II




Changing Their Minds:

A Stage

of Change Approach to Smoking Cessation
.

Resource hour
for PCC, OMS
-
II


Clinical Skills



Working with LGBT Patients



Lifestyle
Changes Lab



Breaking Bad News Lab


Facilitation



Clinical Presentation Curriculum (CPC) Case
-
Based Learning, OMS I (2009


present)



Patient
-
Centered Continuum (PCC),
Problem
-
Based Learning,
OMS I & II

(2008


present)


Advising and Mentoring




External Committee Member, Doctoral Dissertation
,

Stephanie Ruhl, Health
Communications Program
, Nov.

2012
-

present



External Committee Member,
Doctoral Dissertation, Spencer Patterson, Health
Communications Program, 2010
to
2012.



Honors Tutorial College thesis advisor,
Spencer J. Smith
, Narrative, Lite
rature, and
Psychology, 2012
-

2013


Service


College/Departmental Service




Orientation and faculty development for new PCC facilitators, 2012
-

present



Interviewer, Rural Urban Scholars Pathways Program, 2012



Member, Nominating Committee, July 2012


present

(elected)



Chair, Medical Student Assistance Program, April 2012


present

(appointed)



Faculty Judge, 2
nd

Annual Regional Osteopathic Poster Exhibition and Competition,
4/21/2012



Member,
CPC Steering Committee, February 2012
-

present



Member,
PCC
Steering Committee, December 2012
-

present



Faculty Judge, Research Day, OU
-
HCOM, September 2011



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Mentor,

OMS
-
IV Fellows in small group facilitation for the PCC, July 2011



Faculty Judge, OU
-
HCOM research Day, September 2011



Faculty Judge, OU
-
COM Research Da
y, September 2010



Faculty Judge, OU
-
COM Research Day, September 2009



Behavioral Health Consultant, Risk Reduction
Program offered through

WellWorks,
April 2009


University Service



Member, Provost’s Parental Leave
Task Force
, 2011
-
2012



Judge, Research and
Creative Activity Expo, Ohio University, May 2009



Judge, 26
th

Annual Student Leadership Awards, Office of Student Life, Ohio University,
April 2009



Committee Member, Wellness Camp Planning Committee
, 2008


Community Service



2
nd

Grade Classroom Volunteer (3
x/month), East Elementary School, Oct 2012
-

present



1
st

Grade Reading Volunteer, East Elementary (2x/month), Jan


April 2012



Scribe, Integrated Professionals for Appalachian Children (IPAC).

June to October 2008.


Professional Service



On the
r
eviewer
roster for

the following professional journals
:





AIDS and Behavior


American Journal of Psychotherapy



Rural and Remote Health


Professional Psychology: Research & Practice



Osteopathic Family Physician

Health

Communication



Reviewer
, annual
conference
,
American Psychological Association
, Division 43: Family
Therapy (2009
-
2010)
.


Media




Newsletter article (mentioned), “Keeping up with Care & Colleagues,” in
The Buckeye
Osteopathic Physician,
Summer 2012), Vol. 82(1), p. 3.



Radio Interview, “T
he Effects of Childhood Experiences on Adult Health.” Hosted by
Jackie Wolf, Conversations from Studio B, WOUB. Original air date: January 1, 2012.
http://woub.org/2012/0
2/23/effects
-
childhood
-
experiences
-
adult
-
health



Trainings and Certifications



IPT Therapist Training, John Markowitz, MD and
Timothy G. Heckman, Ph.D., Ohio


University, May 2010.



Title IX Training,
Office of Institutional Equity,
Ohio University
,
October 2009



Online Facilitator Training Course (Blackboard 7.3),

Summer Scalable Pilot Program,

O
hio

University
, May 2009



LGBT Safe
-
Zone Training, Ohio University
, May 2009



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January 2013




Infant and Adult CPR, Ohio University, July 2006



Institutional Research Board trai
ning, Ohio University
, 2006
-

present



Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting training, Be
th Israel Medical Center, NY, April
2004



HIPAA Compliance Training, Be
th Israel Medical Center, NY, November 2004


Professional Affi
li
ations




American Psychological
Association

o

Division 12, Clinical Psychology

o

Division 24, Society for Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology

o

Division 29, Psychotherapy Research

o

Division 39, Psychoanalysis

o

Division 43, Society for Family Therapy

o

Division 56, Trauma Psychology