Frawley CV
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Location: Washington D.C., DC, USA
School: The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Major: Clinical Psychology

Frawley CV

Education

September 2012 – August 2019 Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.)
The Chicago School of Professional
Psychology, Washington D.C. – Washington D.C.
(APA Accredited Program)

Clinical Research Paper (Dissertation Equivalent) Topic: Diversity in the Kink Community, Perceived Stigma, and the Utilization of Mental Health Services

September 2009 – June 2012 Master of Arts, Clinical Psychology
Argosy University - Twin Cities, Eagan, MN

Integrated Paper Topic: Treatment of PTSD, as Resultant of Sexual Assault, and Co-morbid Alcohol Dependence in a Lesbian Client

August 2003 - May 2007 Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN

Integrated Paper Topic: Assessment of Depression in Lower Socioeconomic Status Individuals

Training Experience

August 2018 – August 2019
Metropolitan State Hospital
Norwalk, CA
(APA Accredited Program)
Psy.D. Predoctoral Intern
(2143 total hours; 612 hours face-to-face)

• Metropolitan State Hospital is an 826 bed, inpatient facility, serving an ethnically diverse population of adult patients from a variety of commitment categories
• Common presenting issues included: anxiety, depression, chemical dependency, ADHD, learning disabilities, cognitive disabilities, trauma, antisocial personality disorder, and schizophrenic spectrum disorders
• Provided individual therapy with clients following CBT principles, Person-Centered, and Motivational Interviewing techniques
• Facilitated groups concerning court competency material, cognitive rehabilitation, rational abilities, substance abuse, and symptom management
• Aided in the development of a group concerning cognitive rehabilitation for long-term patients
• Administered psychological and neuropsychological assessments as referred by unit psychologists
• Consulted with multidisciplinary staff, including social workers and health professionals
• Received two hours of individual supervision and two hours group supervision weekly and participated in unit staff meetings
• Tests commonly used included: Aphasia Screening Test, BDI/BAI, Benton Judgment of Line Orientation, Boston Naming, California Verbal Learning-II, Cognitive Competency Test, Delis-Kaplan Executive Function System, DVT, FULD Object Memory Evaluation, Hopkins Verbal Learning Test – II, ILK, M-Fast, MoCA, MCMI-III, MMPI-2 – RF, PAI, Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, RAVLT, RBANS-A/B, Rey 15-item Memory Test, Rey Complex Figure, SIRS-II, SDMT, Trails A&B, Verbal Fluency, Visual Search and Attention Test, Test of Premorbid Functioning, TOMM, WAIS-IV, WMS-IV, WRAT-4, Wisconsin Card Sorting Test-2

• Primary Supervisor: Kimberly Smith, Psy.D.

August 2016 – May 2017
St. Cloud State University Counseling Center
St. Cloud, MN
Psy.D. Practicum Student
(763 total hours; 209 hours face-to-face)

• St. Cloud State University Counseling Center is on the campus of a public university, serving an ethnically diverse student body of adult students ages 18-50
• Common presenting issues included: anxiety, depression, chemical dependency, ADHD, learning disabilities, cognitive disabilities, relationship concerns, trauma, and identity concerns
• Provided individual therapy with clients referred by intake coordination team following CBT principles and psychodynamic and Motivational Interviewing techniques
• Consulted with multidisciplinary staff, including social workers and health professionals
• Received three hours of supervision weekly and participated in staff meetings

• Primary Supervisor: Rose Stark-Rose, Ph.D., LP

January 2015 – September 2015
Park Avenue Center
Minneapolis, MN
Psy.D. Practicum Student
(708 total hours; 262 hours face-to-face)

• Park Avenue Center is a for-profit chemical dependency treatment facility, serving an ethnically diverse community.
• Common presenting issues included: bipolar disorder, PTSD, major depressive disorder, persistent depressive disorder, generalized anxiety, delusional disorder, chemical dependency, ADHD, learning disabilities, cognitive disabilities, and relationship concerns
• Conducted psychological evaluations with adult clients ages 18-68 referred by in-house chemical dependency counselors to clarify diagnoses and make treatment recommendations
• Tests commonly used included: D-KEFS, MCMI-III, MOCA, RBANS, and Shipley II
• Provided individual therapy with clients referred by intake coordination team following CBT principles
• Co-led a group focusing on the impact of trauma for adult males with chemical dependency and comorbid mental health concerns
• Consulted with multidisciplinary staff, including CD counselors, case workers, and group therapists
• Received two hours of supervision weekly, participated in staff meetings, and attended additional trainings, including working with African American and Native American clients

• Primary Supervisor: Steven Smith, Psy.D., LP

September 2014 – December 2014
(Due to facility closure) Neighborhood Involvement Program
Minneapolis, MN
Psy.D. Practicum Student
(365 total hours; 19 hours face-to-face)

• Neighborhood Involvement Program was a nonprofit community healthcare facility, serving an ethnically diverse community
• Common presenting issues included: PTSD, major depressive disorder, social anxiety, delusional disorder, chemical dependency, intergenerational conflict, and relationship concerns
• Provided individual therapy with adult clients ages 23-65 referred by intake coordination team following CBT principles
• Received two hours of supervision weekly, participated in staff meetings, and participated in Sexuality Training Program

• Primary Supervisor: Mera Kachgal, Ph.D., LP


August 2013 – May 2014
Minnesota Correctional Facility – Rush City (Level 3 Facility)
Rush City, MN
Psy.D. Practicum Student
(621 total hours; 94 hours face-to-face)

• The correctional facility in Rush City is a state prison housing an ethnically diverse population serving sentences for crimes including: burglary, sexual assault, and murder
• Common presenting issues included: major depressive disorder, generalized anxiety, paraphilias, schizophrenia, and cognitive impairment
• Conducted psychological and/or psychosexual evaluations with adult offenders ages 18- 65 referred by in-house counselors, therapists, and as part of admittance into Sex Offender Treatment Program to clarify diagnoses and make treatment recommendations
• Tests commonly used included: General Ability Measure for Adults (GAMA), MCMI-III, MMPI-II, MOCA, RBANS, Rorschach, Shipley II, TAT, WAIS-IV, WCST, and WMS-III
• Helped develop Sex Offender Treatment curriculum for individuals with cognitive deficits
• Received two hours of supervision weekly, participated in staff meetings

• Primary Supervisor: Richard Holub, Psy.D., LP

June 2011 – June 2012 Safety Center Inc.
Bloomington, MN
Master’s Practicum Student
(1038 total hours; 454 hours face-to-face)

• Safety Center is a for-profit day treatment facility for individuals who have cognitive disabilities and engaged in sexual offending behaviors
• Common presenting issues included: major depressive disorder, generalized anxiety, paraphilias, schizophrenia, and cognitive impairment
• Conducted psychological evaluations with adult clients ages 17-68 referred by group counselors to clarify diagnoses and make treatment recommendations
• Tests commonly used included: Abel Assessment for Sexual Interest – 2 (AASI-2), Abel–Blasingame Assessment System for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ABID) and House-Tree-Person (HTP)
• Provided individual therapy with clients referred by intake coordination team following CBT principles
• Co-led a group focusing on recognition of sexual offending behaviors and associated triggers for adult males with cognitive disabilities
• Consulted with group therapists
• Received two hours of supervision weekly, and participated in staff meetings

• Primary Supervisor: Jessica Spevacek, M.A., LMFT

Employment Experience

August 2017 – August 2018 Minnesota Clinical and Neuropsychological Services
Bloomington, MN
Psychometrist
(600 Assessment hours)

• Administer psychometric assessments in an outpatient setting for patients who experienced a neck or spinal injury, TBI, CTE, stroke, dementia screening, neurology consultation, academic assessment, competency evaluations, pre-surgical consultations
• Tests commonly used include: Category Fluency, Digit Vigilance Test, Family Pictures (WMS-III), Hopkins Verbal Learning Test - Revised, Rey Complex Figure Test, Stroop, WAIS-IV, WMS-IV, WRAT-4,
• Discuss biological basis for test results and implications for treatment

Primary Supervisors: Tom Misukanis, Ph.D., LP

August 2016 – August 2018 Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Allina Health
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Center
Minneapolis, MN
Psychometrist
(1300 Assessment hours)

• Administer psychometric assessments in a rehabilitative-focused
and integrated-care setting for patients who experienced a neck or spinal
injury, TBI, stroke, early dementia screening, neurology consultation, academic assessment, competency evaluations, pre-surgical consultations
• Administer neuropsychometric tests for inpatient consultation in the
Heart Hospital after patients underwent therapeutic hyperthermia protocol following cardiac arrest. Conducted follow up re-evaluation at 3 months.
• Tests commonly used included: Aphasia Screening Test, BDI/BAI, Benton Judgment of Line Orientation, Boston Naming, Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Functioning, California Verbal Learning-II, Cognitive Competency Test, Delis-Kaplan Executive Function System, Dementia Rating Scale, DVT, FULD Object Memory Evaluation, Motor: Finger Tapping/Grip Test/Grooved Pegboard, Nelson-Denny Reading Test, Neurobehavioral Functioning Inventory, Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, RAVLT, RBANS-A/B, Rey 15-item Memory Test, Rey Complex Figure, Texas Functional Living Scale, Test of Word Reading Efficiency-2, Paced Auditory Serial Addition Test, PPVT-3, SDMT, Trails A&B, Verbal Fluency, Visual Search and Attention Test, Test of Premorbid Functioning, TOMM, TOVA, WAIS-IV, WMS-IV, WRAT-4, Wisconsin Card Sorting Test-2
• Coordination and training of new psychometrists

Primary Supervisors: Jerry Halsten, Ph.D., LP and Kyle Harvison, Ph.D., LP


August 2016 – August 2018 United Hospital, Allina Health
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Center
St. Paul, MN
Psychometrist
(200 Assessment hours)

• Administered psychometric assessments in a rehabilitative-focused
and integrated-care setting for patients who experienced a neck or spinal
injury, TBI, stroke, early dementia screening, neurology consultation, academic assessment, competency evaluations, pre-surgical consultations
• Administered neuropsychometric tests for inpatient consultation in the
Heart Hospital after patients underwent therapeutic hyperthermia protocol following cardiac arrest. Conducted follow up re-evaluation at 3 months.
• Tests commonly used included: Same as above
• Coordination and training of new psychometrists

Primary Supervisor: Jerry Halsten, Ph.D., LP

August 2015 – December 2017 People Incorporated
Burnsville, MN
Mental Health Practitioner I

• Provides support and supervision for clients diagnosed with SPMI in transition toward living independently
• Collaborates with clients to develop and implement individual wellness goals
• Coach independent living skills and safety procedures
• Manage mental health crises via therapeutic interventions and collaboration with staff and professionals in the community

Research Experience

January 2007 – May 2007 University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Minneapolis, MN
Research Assistant
• Compiled survey responses and operated software for statistical analysis concerning students experience with test anxiety
• Facilitated communication between faculty and research participants

• Primary Supervisor: Patricia Frazier, Ph.D.

September 2006 – December 2006 University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Minneapolis, MN
Research Assistant
• Participated as a confederate in an experiment about influence of text-based interactions and perceptions of attractiveness
• Operated online interaction portion
• Discussed observations from direct interaction with participants

September 2006 – December 2006 University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Minneapolis, MN
Research Assistant
• Interpreted and coded survey responses related to drug attitudes in U.S. versus the Netherlands
• Compiled and organized coded survey responses into a database

Additional Work Experience

2014 – 2015 Argosy University, Eagan, MN
Doctoral Clinical Psychology Program Assistant
• Organized necessary data, performed statistical analyses, and conducted research as required by faculty.

2014 – 2015 Argosy University, Eagan, MN
Teaching Assistant - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Course
• Aided in student experimental design and statistical analysis of data, role-played with students to facilitate development of CBT skills, and answered student questions as they arose.

2013 – 2014 Argosy University, Eagan, MN
Academic Resource Center – Writing Mentor/Administrative Assistant
• Arranged meetings with students to aid in development of writing skills. Created schedules, coordinated staffing, organized necessary data and analyzed statistics of program usage, and managed conflicts.

2008 – 2013 GameStop, Eden Prairie, MN
Assistant Store Manager
• Supervised six employees who provided customer assistance. Created schedules, coordinated staffing, interviewed perspective employees, aided in annual employee evaluations, and managed conflicts as they arose.

Professional Affiliations

2009 – Present American Psychological Association (APA), Student Member

2009 – Present American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS), Student Member

2012 – Present Minnesota Psychological Association (MPA), Student Member

2015 – Present


2018 – Present
APA Division 18 (Psychologists in Public Service) Student Affiliate Member

APA Division 40 (Society for Clinical Neuropsychology) Student Affiliate Member

2015 – Present APA Division 44 (Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues) Student Affiliate Member


Certifications

October 2014 Rape and Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Certification
Neighborhood Involvement Program
Minneapolis, MN
• Week long training concerning special considerations in work with survivors of sexual assault and how to utilize available resources to aid them

July 2016 Motivational Interviewing Certification
People Incorporated
Minneapolis, MN
• Week long training concerning theory and application of Motivational Interviewing techniques to work with clients

Presentations Given and Conferences Attended

April 2014 Minnesota Chapter of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 18th Annual Conference
Brooklyn Park, MN

August 2015 Presentation: Working with Violent and Aggressive Clients
Park Avenue Center – Minneapolis, MN

March 2016 Presentation: Anxiety: Living with Fear of Fear
St. Cloud State University – St. Cloud, MN

Clinical Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Neuropsychology