Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Nov 2009 Doctorate Module: Lecturer's Bio

THERESA CLEMENT TISDALE, Ph.D.
Glendora, CA 91741
USA
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LICENSE AND CERTIFICATION

2002-present CA: Licensed Psychologist, #18587
1999-2001 MA: Licensed Psychologist, #7484; Health Service Provider

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EDUCATION

1997 Ph.D., Clinical Psychology Rosemead School of Psychology
GPA: 4.0 Biola University, La Mirada, CA
APA Approved Doctoral Program
Advisor: Beth Fletcher Brokaw, Ph.D.

1993 M.A., Clinical Psychology Rosemead School of Psychology
Biola University, La Mirada, CA

1991 Psychology course work George Mason University
Fairfax, VA

1979 B.A. Radford University
Radford, VA

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ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS AND EXPERIENCE

07/06-present Professor
09/03-06/06 Associate Professor
09/01-08/03 Assistant Professor

09/01-present Department of Graduate Psychology
Azusa Pacific University
Courses: Theological Foundations, Spiritual Formation and Psychotherapy; Clinical
Practicum V: Interdisciplinary Competency; Techniques of Change C: Short-term Psychodynamic Therapy; Object Relations Theory and Therapy
Teach courses in master’s and doctoral graduate programs in clinical psychology.
Serve as chair and member of doctoral dissertation committees. Co-Chair Interdisciplinary Integration departmental committee. Serve on university advisory committee for the Institute for Faith Integration. Teach practicum level and post doctoral level monthly seminars at the Community Counseling Center, Azusa Pacific University, on addressing religious and spiritual issues in clinical practice.
09/07-08/09 Director, Azusa Oxford Semester
Serve as resident director of semester abroad program at Oxford University. Duties included overseeing all administrative aspects of the program in coordination with Oxford Programme for Undergraduate Studies (OPUS). Taught Faith and Learning colloquium. Provided personal tutorial support to each student. Created and provided sources of spiritual and social support for students.

08/00-08/01 Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Clinical Psychology
Department of Counseling Psychology and Religion
Boston University

Supervised practicum students from department of clinical psychology. Acted as liaison between academic departments of Clinical Psychology and Counseling Psychology and Religion. Participated in faculty meetings and departmental committees for both academic departments.

09/00-08/01 Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary

Primary supervisor for psychology intern from Fuller Theological Seminary. Provided individual supervision and case review for clinical work conducted by intern. Structured and monitored learning goals.

07/96-06/97 Clinical Fellow
Harvard Medical School

Served as psychology intern at Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts Mental Health Center. Provided clinical services and participated in educational seminars and conferences sponsored by the Medical School.

09/95-12/95 Undergraduate Instructor
Course: Abnormal Psychology
Rosemead School of Psychology
Biola University

Prepared and conducted lectures, selected reading materials, developed volunteer projects, constructed and graded exams and assignments for upper division undergraduate students.

09/94-05/96 Clinical Case Supervisor
Courses: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
Brief Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University
La Mirada, CA
Provided weekly group supervision for two years to masters-level students who were taking a long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy course and for one semester to masters-level students who were taking a brief psychodynamic psychotherapy course. Supervision included reviewing session tapes and transcripts; and evaluating case formulations, development of therapeutic techniques, and intervention strategies. Graded papers and case reports.

08/93-05/96 Graduate Teaching Assistant
Rosemead School of Psychology
Biola University

Courses: Professional Ethics, Group Psychotherapy, Personality and Psychopathology I and II, Development of Religious Understanding in Children and Adolescents, and Systems of Integration

Coordinated reading materials and assignments including conducting background research and composing related correspondence to publishers and authors. Arranged for guest lecturers to appear in class. Provided guidance to students regarding class projects and assignments. Provided editorial assistance to students regarding APA publication format. Graded research projects, exams, term papers, and assignments.

02/94-05/95 Administrative/Teaching Assistant
Rosemead School of Psychology
Biola University

Assisted with planning, coordinating, and hosting the APA re-accreditation site visit including scheduling, correspondence, and serving as student representative to the visiting committee. Coordinated department-sponsored seminars and notification of incoming students.

03/93-04/93 Guest Lecturer
Rosemead School of Psychology
Biola University

Prepared and presented two course lectures on personality theory to undergraduate students taking Introduction to Psychology. Prepared and presented a lecture on development of physical and emotional intimacy to undergraduate students taking Human Sexuality.

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PROFESSIONAL CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

03/02-07/07 Private Practice
Azusa, California

08/00-08/01 Senior Psychologist
The Danielsen Institute
Boston University
Provided clinical services, supervised graduate students and pre-doctoral interns, led seminar for practicum students on integrating faith and clinical practice, chaired research subcommittee, co-led continuing education seminar for advanced clinicians on integrating spirituality and psychotherapy.

09/98-06/00 Director, Pastoral Care and Counseling Center
Inter-Church Council of Greater New Bedford
New Bedford, MA

Responsible for all aspects of operating the Pastoral Care and Counseling Center. Specific duties included, but were not limited to, providing individual pastoral therapy, supervising staff, co-leading clergy support group and pastoral care case conference, providing individual consultation to pastors and Council staff, networking with community agencies, grant writing and fund raising.

08/98-08/00 Adjunct Therapist
The Danielsen Institute
Boston University

Provide outpatient psychotherapy to clients who present with a variety of diagnoses including depression, anxiety and characterological disorders. Assist with intake training of new students who are completing graduate practicum requirements.

08/97-08/98 Postdoctoral Fellow
Boston University
The Danielsen Institute
Boston, MA

Provided individual outpatient psychotherapy to clients from the university and greater community. Co-led a group for young adult women referred through area universities. Trained and supervised practicum students on intake procedures. Supervised a practicum student as one of two primary supervisors. Provided psychotherapy and pastoral care to elders in East Boston Neighborhood Adult Day Health Center. Conducted team-building series for multi-disciplinary treatment team at Adult Day Health Center. Provided consultation services to staff of Adult Day Health Center regarding crisis intervention with, and differential diagnoses of, elderly patients. Prepared intake evaluations, treatment plans, and quarterly review documentation for all patients. Attended weekly case conferences, staff in-service training, theology seminar, and individual and group supervision.

07/94-05/96 Staff Therapist
Biola Counseling Center
Biola University
La Mirada, CA

Provided individual outpatient psychotherapy services to student, staff, and community clients who presented with a variety of diagnostic concerns including depression, anxiety, and personality disorders. Utilized crisis intervention, cognitive behavioral, and brief and long-term psychotherapy interventions. Provided on-call emergency consultation services on a rotating basis with other staff therapists.

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CLINICAL TRAINING EXPERIENCE

07/96-06/97 Psychology Intern
Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts Mental Health Center
Boston, MA

Provided case management and psychotherapy services to chronically mentally ill patients as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team. The range of psychiatric diagnoses of patients included the schizophrenias, mood disorders, character disorders and dual diagnoses of substance abuse and Axis I and/or II disorder. Provided brief psychodynamic psychotherapy to graduate students referred from area universities including Harvard Medical and Dental schools and Boston College. Conducted neuropsychological and personality assessments of outpatients and day hospital patients including preparation of an integrated test report. Conducted intake evaluations. Attended training class in Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Participated in weekly team meetings; psychopharmacology, diagnostic, and psychotherapy seminars; case conferences; and grand rounds.

09/94-09/95 Psychology Extern
Harbor/UCLA Medical Center
Department of Psychiatry, Division of Psychology
Torrance, CA

Inpatient Unit (06/95-09/95): Co-led weekly psychotherapy group for patients on the hospital locked ward and the Crisis Resolution Unit. Conducted intellectual and personality assessments of patients including preparation of an integrated test report. Participated in weekly grand rounds, milieu meetings, and case conferences.

HIV Services (09/94-08/95): Provided outpatient psychotherapy services for dually diagnosed HIV/AIDS patients as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team. Coordinated referrals for county and community services. Prepared intake evaluations and treatment plans. Conducted neuropsychological and personality assessments including preparation of an integrated test report. Attended weekly individual and group supervision. Attended weekly case conferences, team meetings, and training sessions.

07/93-05/94 Psychology Extern
Loma Linda University Psychiatric Medical Group, Inc.
Loma Linda, CA

Provided individual outpatient psychotherapy services to adults, adolescents, and children presenting with a range of diagnoses including post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, conduct disorder, ADHD, and personality disorder. Diagnoses of patients often included both a medical and psychiatric condition. Conducted weekly intake evaluations of children and families at a multidisciplinary clinic. Conducted neuropsychological and personality assessments including preparation of integrated test reports.

06/93-05/94 Practicum Therapist
Biola Counseling Center
Biola University
La Mirada, CA

Provided long- and short-term psychotherapy services to students, staff, and the community with a range of diagnostic presentations including adjustment disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, and transvestitism. Conducted intake evaluations. Participated in weekly individual and group supervision. Attended training seminars.

02/93-06/93 Extern in School Psychology
Los Altos High School
Hacienda Heights, CA

Provided counseling to adolescents with a variety of presenting problems including conduct disorder, depression, and sexual abuse. Conducted assessments related to Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings for students with learning disabilities. Co-led process group for students who were identified as high risk for gang involvement.

01/92-05/92 Pre-practicum Therapist
Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University
La Mirada, CA

Learned listening and empathy skills in classroom and lab settings.
Received feedback and supervision via direct observation and videotaping.

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RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

09/00-06/01 Research Assistant
Boston University

Clinician on research project involving development and utilization of cognitive-behavioral treatment for first episode schizophrenia patients (Stefan Hofmann, Ph.D., Principal Investigator) funded by the National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression.

08/97 Dissertation
Biola University, Rosemead School of Psychology

Title: A comparison of Jewish, Muslim, and Protestant faith groups on the relationship between level of object relations development and experience of God and self
Chair: Beth Fletcher Brokaw, Ph.D.
Members: James W. Jones, Ph.D., Psy.D.; Keith J. Edwards, Ph.D., Ph.D.

05/93 Master’s Thesis
Biola University, Rosemead School of Psychology

Title: Impact of psychotherapy treatment on level of object relations development, God image, and self-esteem
Advisor: Beth Fletcher Brokaw, Ph.D.

01/92-12/93 Research Assistant
Minirth-Meier Clinic West
Newport Beach, CA
Rosemead School of Psychology
Supervisor: Keith J. Edwards, Ph.D., Ph.D.

Coordinated and conducted data gathering and analysis of inpatient outcome study for the Minirth-Meier Clinic West. Responsibilities included data collection, coding, data entry and analysis for database of 100 patients. Prepared and presented quarterly reports to clinic staff.

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EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE

09/07-present Consulting Editor
Journal of Spiritual Formation and Soul Care

Provide blind peer review of manuscripts submitted for publication

06/97-present Contributing Editor
Journal of Psychology and Theology

Provide blind peer review of manuscripts submitted for publication

2004-present Guest Reviewer
Journal of Psychology and Christianity
International Journal for the Psychology of Religion

Served as guest reviewer of manuscripts being considered for publication.

06/96-06/97 Co-editor, 25-year anniversary issue
Journal of Psychology and Theology
Patricia Pike, Ph.D., Editor

Developed conception and design for a two-part 25-year anniversary issue of refereed journal including selecting section editors, reviewing and approving articles and content for each issue, and collaborating with authors, section editors and co-editor regarding publication schedule.

07/94-06/96 Associate Editor
Journal of Psychology and Theology
Patricia Pike, Ph.D., Editor

Made publication decisions for refereed journal. Maintained and expanded editorial board. Supervised and directed efforts of technical editor, journal file editor, and book review editor. Assisted with development of campaign to solicit advertising for the Journal. Assisted with maintenance and expansion of abstracting/indexing and journal exchange programs.

06/92-06/94 Technical Editor
Journal of Psychology and Theology
Patricia Pike, Ph.D., Editor

Coordinated production of quarterly journal including editing each issue according to APA publication manual, corresponding with authors and contributing editors, and interfacing with the editor and managing editor regarding business and production issues. Supervised editorial assistant and journal file editor.

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PRESENTATIONS

International/National/Regional

05/09 Tisdale, T. C. Holistic Approaches to Lay, Pastoral, and Clinical Counseling. Invited presentation to Alliance Graduate School and Philippine Association of Pastoral Counselors. Manila, Philippines.

05/09 Tisdale, T. C. Personal Wholeness as a Foundation for Ministry. Invited presentation to Navigators. Manila, Philippines.

11/07 Morgan, J. P., Reimer, K., Bustrum, J., & Tisdale, T. Being a peacemaker: Muslim and Christian peacemakers’ faith-based values. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Moral Education. New York, NY.

08/07 Seeberger, C. A., Tisdale, T. C., & Buehler, S. Sex therapy: A systemic view in theory and treatment. Poster presentation at the American Psychological Association. San Francisco, CA.

08/07 Kuhn, L., Tisdale, T. C., Stanton, M., & Cheung, S. Differentiation and integration: An interdisciplinary systems perspective on spiritual growth. Paper presentation at the American Psychological Association. San Francisco, CA.

08/07 Bledsoe, T.S., Scott, S., Stanton, M., Tisdale, T.C., Garrett, A. & Tavegia, B. A
Multimedia/DVD Approach to Training Clinicians in Two Psychotherapy Modalities. Paper presentation at the American Psychological Association. San Francisco, CA.

04/06 Boyd, C. A., Eck, B. E., Fowler, M., Tisdale, T. Eddington, L., Simmerok, B., Colachico, D. Building a faith integration program from the ground up. Panel presentation at the International Forum on Christian Higher Education. Dallas, Texas.

03/06 Tisdale, T., Jones, J., Bland, E. Hoffman, L., & Hoffman, M. CAPS and Psychoanalysis: A fifty year relationship reviewed and reaffirmed. Panel presentation at the annual meeting of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies International. Cincinnati, Ohio.

03/06 Eck, B., Stevenson, D., & Tisdale, T. Teaching integration courses: Models, methods & mentors. Panel presentation at the annual meeting of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies International. Cincinnati, Ohio.

03/06 Seeberger, C. A., Tisdale, T. C., Reimer, K., & Sarton, J. The role of chronic pelvic pain in sexual pain disorders. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association. Las Vegas, Nevada.

04/05 Tisdale, T. C., Brokaw, B. F. & Grizzle, A. F. Growing Intimacy with God, Self and Others Through Church Ministries. Proposal accepted for Christian Association for Psychological Studies International.

04/05 Brokaw, B. F., Tisdale, T. C., Grizzle, A. F. & Thurston, N. S. Storying integration. Proposal accepted for Christian Association for Psychological Studies International.

10/04 Tisdale, T. C. Faith creates Scholarship creates faith. Faith in the Academy Conference, Messiah College, Grantham, PA.

03/04 Bledsoe, T.S., Scott, S., Stanton, M., Tisdale, T.C., Garrett, A. & Tavegia, B. (2004, March). Two approaches to psychotherapy in a multimedia environment. Poster session presented at the annual convention of the California Psychological Association, San Diego, CA.

01/04 Tisdale, T. C. A call to connect: A reflection and dialogue on clinical practice as vocation. Continuing Education seminar presented to the San Gabriel Valley regional meeting of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies. Azusa, CA.

01/04 Dueck, A., Sorenson, R., and Tisdale, T. C. Internalizing integration. A panel discussion for The Southern California Student Chapter of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies West, Rosemead School of Psychology, La Mirada, CA

08/03 Yarhouse, M & Tisdale, T. C. (Co-chairs). Addressing religious diversity in graduate
training programs. Symposium at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario.
06/03 Tisdale, T. C. & Brokaw, D. (Co-chairs). Teaching integration in three radically
different academic environments. Symposium at the annual international convention of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies, Anaheim, CA.

03/03 Tisdale, T. C. Whose God is it anyway? Addressing religion and spirituality issues
during intake and treatment. Workshop presented at the Pacific Clinics bi-annual conference, Spirituality and Mental Health: Continuing the Dialogue, Los Angeles, CA.

04/02 Tisdale, T. C. Uncovering Patients’ Operational Theology: Will the Real God Please Stand Up? In Randall Sorensen (Chair), Will the real God please stand up? Working with clients’ God representations. International Convention of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies, Chicago, IL.

11/01 Tisdale, T. C. Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Religious Experience: A Survey of Selected Theoretical and Empirical Findings with Clinical Implications. In D. Hammer (Chair), Building a Vision of Interdisciplinary Research: The Role of Spirituality in Mental Health Care. Forum conducted at The Danielsen Institute at Boston University, Boston, MA.

10/00 Jordan, M. R., Bohn, C. R., Devor, N. G., Doehring, C., Schlauch, C., Tisdale, T. C.
Spirituality and Psychotherapy Conference, Boston University, The Danielsen Institute, Boston, MA.

04/00 Roy D. E., Bohn, C. R., Jones, J. W., Tisdale, T. C., Doehring, C. The Wabash
Consultation: A report. Panel presentation at the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, Williamsburg, VA.

08/98 Tisdale, T. C. Experiencing God, self, others: Comparison of Jews, Muslims, and Protestants. In J. McDargh (Chair), Assessing religiosity: A review of research results, methodologies, and instrumentation. American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

08/94 Edwards, K. J., Kemperman, S. R., Key, T., & Tisdale, T. Evaluating object relations inpatient treatment for religiously committed patients. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.

08/94 Cloud, H., Townsend, J., Okamoto, T., Edwards, K., & Tisdale, T. An examination of object relations’ treatment for religiously committed patients. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.

08/94 Hall, T., Tisdale, T. C., & Brokaw, B. Assessment of religious factors in Christian clients: A review of selected instruments for research and clinical use. Paper presented at the Ninth Annual Seminar on Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Religious Experience, Pasadena, CA.
08/94 Brokaw, B., & Tisdale, T. C. Summary of measures of object relations. Paper presented at the Ninth Annual Seminar on Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Religious Experience, Pasadena, CA.

06/94 Tisdale, T., Edwards, K., Brokaw, B., Cloud, H., Townsend, J., & Okamoto, T. Impact of psychotherapy treatment on level of object relations development, God image, and self-esteem. Paper presented at the 6th Symposium for Psychology and Religion, Lund, Sweden.

08/93 Tisdale, T. C., Brokaw, B. F., Edwards, K. J., & Key, T. L. Impact of psychotherapy treatment on level of object relations development, God image, and self-esteem. In J. W. Jones (Chair), Varieties of psychoanalytic research on religion. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

University Based

07/07 Tisdale, T.C. A Three-fold charge: Micah 6:8. MA hooding ceremony, Azusa Pacific University.

07/06 Tisdale, T. C. Remember your calling. MA hooding ceremony, Azusa Pacific University.

06/06 Tisdale, T. C. Object Relations Theory: An Overview. Presentation to Clinical Psychology Class, Theories of Change and Empirically Validated Treatments, Azusa Pacific University, Department of Graduate Psychology

07/05 Tisdale, T. C. Three C’s of commencement. MA hooding ceremony, Azusa Pacific University.

06/05 Tisdale, T. C. Object Relations Theory: An Overview. Presentation to Clinical Psychology Class, Theories of Change and Empirically Validated Treatments, Azusa Pacific University, Department of Graduate Psychology

05/05 Tisdale, T. C. A Comparison of Jewish, Muslim, and Protestant Faith Groups on the Relationship Between Level of Object Relations Development and Experience of God and Self. Fuller Theological Seminary School of Psychology Integration Research Group, Pasadena, CA.

11/04 Tisdale, T. C. What is integration: Reflections after 7 years. Chapel service at Rosemead School of Psychology, La Mirada, CA.

09/04 Tisdale, T. C. Rosemead: A living legacy. Presentation at the building dedication ceremony for Rosemead School of Psychology, La Mirada, CA.

09/04 Tisdale, T. C. Bringing Faith to Life. Presentation at the New Faculty Orientation, Azusa Pacific University.

08/03 Tisdale, T. C. Resources for Research in Religion. Presentation to Doctor of Ministry Class, CDMN 704, Research and Design, Azusa Pacific University, Haggard School of Theology.

07/02 Tisdale, T. C. Resources for Research in Religion. Presentation to Doctor of Ministry Class, CDMN 704, Research and Design, Azusa Pacific University, Haggard School of Theology.

05/02 Tisdale, T. C. Integration from an object relations theoretical perspective. In Marv Erisman, Ph.D. (Chair), Bringing Together Values, Beliefs, and Clinical Practice: Faculty Perspectives on Intradisciplinary Integration, Azusa Pacific University.

02/01 Hofmann, S. & Tisdale, T. C. Cognitive-behavioral treatment of schizophrenia, Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Boston Medical Center, Boston University.

12/00 Tisdale, T.C. Spirituality and Psychotherapy: Friday Morning Reflections, Psychotherapy and Spirituality Continuing Education Program, Boston University, The Danielsen Institute, Boston, MA

05/93 Tisdale, T. C. Career opportunities in psychology. Presentation made to Los Altos High School health class regarding careers in health-related fields.

Church Based

11/04 Tisdale, T. C. Wholeness: A gift to your children. Presented at New Song Church, San Dimas, CA.

03/04 Tisdale, T. C. Transformation: His Work, Our Journey. Featured speaker at women’s conference, New Song Church, Forest Home Retreat Center, CA.

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PUBLICATIONS

2008 Tisdale, T. C. New Wineskins for New Wine: A Paradigm Shift for a Relational Integration of Theology and Psychology. [Review of the book Transforming Spirituality: Integrating Theology and Psychology ], Journal of Spiritual Formation and Soul Care, 1, 116-121.

2007 Tisdale, T. C. From the shadow of the object to the shadow of the almighty: A story of transformation. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 35, 52-64.

2004 Stanton, M., Tisdale, T. C., Welsh, R. K., Houskamp, B. M., and Tavegia, B. Azusa Pacific University: Preparing practitioner-scholars to integrate science and practice in clinical psychology. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 23, 313-319.

2004 Tisdale, T. C. A call to connect: Reflections on clinical practice as vocation. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 23, 249-253.

2004 Tisdale, T. C. Furthering holistic approaches to clinical care. [Review of the book Spirituality in clinical practice: Incorporating the spiritual dimension in psychotherapy]. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 32, 146-147.

2004 Tisdale, T. C., Doehring, C. R, & Lorraine-Poirier, V. Three voices, one song: Perspectives on the care of persons from a psychologist, spiritual director, and pastoral counselor. In G. Moon & D. Benner (Eds.), Spiritual Direction and the Care of Souls (pp. 219-244). Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press.

2003 Tisdale, T. C. Listening and responding to spiritual issues in psychotherapy: An interdisciplinary perspective. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 22, 262-272.

2003 Tisdale, T. C., Doehring, C. R., & Lorraine-Poirier, V. Three voices, one song: A psychologist, spiritual director and pastoral counselor share perspectives on providing care. Journal of Psychology and Theology,31, 52-68.

1999 Tisdale, T. C. The Spiritual Assessment Inventory: A review. In P. Hill, R. Butman, and R. Hood (Eds.), Measures of Religious Behavior. Birmingham, AL: Religious Education Press.

Tisdale, T. C. The God and Family Questionnaires: A review. In P. Hill, R. Butman, and R. Hood (Eds.), Measures of Religious Behavior. Birmingham, AL: Religious Education Press.

Tisdale, T. C. The Faith Maturity Scale: A review. In P. Hill, R. Butman, and R. Hood (Eds.), Measures of Religious Behavior. Birmingham, AL: Religious Education Press.

1997 Tisdale, T. C., Key, T. L., Edwards, K. J., Brokaw, B. F., Kemperman, S. R., Cloud, H., Townsend, J., & Okamoto, T. Impact of treatment on God image and personal adjustment, and correlation of God image to personal adjustment and object relations development. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 25, 227-239.

1994 Hall, T., Tisdale, T. C., & Brokaw, B. Assessment of religious dimensions in Christian clients: A review of selected instruments for research and clinical use. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 22, 395-421.

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GRANTS

06/00 Massachusetts Women’s Home Missionary Union
Grant award: $10,000
To provide psychotherapy services to low income clients of the
Pastoral Care and Counseling Center of the
Inter-Church Council of Greater New Bedford

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APPOINTMENTS AND HONORS

2008-2009 Visiting Member, Senior Common Room, Regent’s Park College, Oxford University

2004-2007 Member, Committee for the Formulation of Practice Guidelines on Religious/Spiritual Issues and Approaches, Psychology of Religion (Division 36), American Psychological Association

2006-2007 Lilly Foundation Fellow in the Arts and Humanities
Azusa Pacific University

2005-2007 Advisory Board for 50th anniversary issue of the Journal of Psychology and Christianity (JPC) of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS)

2004-2007 Chair, Academic Study Group: Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Religion,
Christian Association for Psychological Studies International

2004-2007 Area Coordinator, San Gabriel Valley/Pasadena Chapter, Christian Association for Psychological Studies

2003-2007 Member, Academic Subcommittee, Christian Association for Psychological Studies

2004-2006 Member, Pacific Clinics’ 2006 Spirituality and Mental Health Conference Task Force

08/91-05/97 Graduate Scholarship, Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University

1994 Student of the Year, Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University

1994 Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges
Biola University, Rosemead School of Psychology

09/92-05/95 Student Government, Rosemead School of Psychology
President (06/94-05/95), Vice President (08/93-05/94), Curriculum Committee Student Representative (09/92-05/93)

1979 Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges
Radford College, Radford, VA

1975 Chamber of Commerce Higher Education Grant
City of Fairfax, VA

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UNIVERSITY LEADERSHIP POSITIONS

2005-2006 Chair, Faith Integration Task Force

2005-2006 Co-Chair, 2014 Academic Vision Faith Integration Sub-committee

2005-2006 Co-Chair, Search Committee, Faith Integration Director

2004-2006 Vice-Chair, Ad Hoc Committee on University Positional Statements

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AFFILIATIONS

04-07 APA Division 39 (Psychoanalysis)

01-07 APA Division 12 (Society for Clinical Psychology)

01-07 California Psychological Association

01-07 APA Division 2 (Society for the Teaching of Psychology)

93-07 APA Division 36 (Psychology of Religion)

92-07 Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS)

91-07 American Psychological Association

03-05 American Association of Christian Counselors

00-01 Massachusetts Association of Pastoral Counselors

96-01 Massachusetts Psychological Association

96-98 Massachusetts Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology (Division 39)



PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE

07/85-08/91 TRW Systems Integration Group
Fairfax, VA

Held positions of increasing responsibility from Business Analyst to Project Control Administrator. Managed program business office for $100+M contracts with the U. S. Navy. Approved all financial reports prepared for internal and external management, oversaw budgeting and forecasting efforts, participated in contract conversion activities, acted as proposal or cost volume manager for contract and engineering change proposals. Hired, trained, and evaluated staff. Received two division awards for participation in cost reduction and productivity improvement efforts. Chosen as contract employee of the month in May, 1996. Security clearance: Secret, inactive.

06/79-07/85 Held administrative positions in public and private business sectors. Duties included, but were not limited to: writing grant proposals, preparing annual financial reports for non-profit business, performing general accounting and administrative functions, hiring and training staff and volunteers.


GRADUATE COURSES

Supervised Clinical Labs Clinical Practica

Psychotherapy with Adolescents Prepracticum
Group Psychotherapy Practicum I: Adolescent
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy I Practicum II: Outpatient
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy II Practicum III: Outpatient
Brief Psychotherapies (Psychodynamic) Practicum IV: Inpatient
Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy Practicum Elective: Outpatient
Gestalt Psychotherapy Practicum Elective: Outpatient
Advances Issues in
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Theory Professional Development

Developmental Psychology Cross-Cultural Issues in
Behavior Therapy Clinical Psychology
Personality and Psychopathology I Introduction to Clinical Techniques
Personality and Psychopathology II Seminar in Ethical and
Psychophysiological Processes Professional Issues
Self Psychology College Teaching of Psychology
Grief Therapy (audit) Principles and Practices of
Case Supervision
History and Systems of Psychology
Clinical Psychopharmacology (audit)

Research Psychodiagnostic Assessment

Advanced Statistics Measurement and Assessment I:
Research Design Intellect
Advanced Research Design Measurement and Assessment II:
Research Apprenticeship I and II Personality
Dissertation Research Measurement and Assessment III:
Projectives (Rorschach)

Theology Integration of Psychology
and Theology

Theology I: Systematic Theology Spiritual Direction
Theology II: Wisdom Literature Maturity: Psychological and
Theology III: Major Doctrines Theological Perspectives
Theology IV: Ecclesiology Psychotherapy and Religion
Theology V: Christian Ethics Nature and Scope of Integration
Case Conference in Integration
Psychotherapy with Religiously
Committed Patients

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