E z e q u i e l P e ñ a, P h D Curriculum Vitae
Department of Psychology Our Lady of the Lake University 411 SW 24th Street San Antonio, Texas 78207 email@example.com (210) 434-6711, Ext. 2224
Professional Preparation & Experience Education
The University of Texas at Austin – Austin, Texas Counseling Psychology Doctoral Training Program Counseling Psychology, PhD, 2005 Trinity University– San Antonio, Texas Psychology, BA, 1986
Academic Appointments 2008 - Present Assistant Professor-Tenure Track, Department of Psychology, Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, Texas
2005 - 2008 Assistant Professor-Tenure Track, Department of Psychology, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Research Experience 2009 –Present Co-investigator, Our Lady of theLake University, San Antonio, TX Focus group research of an immersion course in Mexican culture used to enhance training of bilingual counselor trainees
2005 – 2008 Principal Investigator, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA Conducted research for needs assessment of Latinas and Latinos in the greater Pittsburgh area Research Assistant, Psychology and Culture Research Group, The University ofTexas at Austin, Austin, Texas Participant in research, writing, and reading group focused on utilizing psychological principles to study ethnic conflict Psychology Intern-Research Assistant, Sunset Park Mental Health Center, Brooklyn, New York Assisted clinic director in conducting research for culturally-sensitive Tell Me a Story (TEMAS) projective assessment research project TherapeuticMentor/Researcher, Clinical Ethnography, Housing Project, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
1992 - 1997
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Provided family case management and clinical mentoring for youth living in housing project. 1994 - 1995 Staff Associate, Community Mentor Program, St. Edward’s University, Austin, Texas Coordinated and developed the Community MentorProgram Evaluation System (CMPES) using qualitative and quantitative measures
Clinical Experience 2009 – Present Clinical Supervisor, Community Counseling Service, Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, TX Supervise a team of bilingual (English-Spanish) counseling psychology graduate students in the Psychological Services for Spanish Speaking Populations program
2006 – 2008 ClinicalSupervisor, Duquesne University Psychology Training Clinic, Pittsburgh, PA Supervised clinical psychology doctoral students at the Duquesne University Clinical Psychology training clinic Contract Staff Counselor, The University of Texas at Austin Counseling & Mental Health Center, Austin, Texas Provided intake, referral, crisis intervention, and brief individual psychotherapy for diverse group ofundergraduate and graduate students. Telephone Counselor, Telephone Counseling Service, The University of Texas at Austin Counseling & Mental Health Center, Austin, Texas Conducted brief telephone counseling, crisis intervention, suicide prevention, and referral services for university community Psychology Intern, Sunset Park Mental Health Center, Brooklyn, New York Completed APA accredited pre-doctoralinternship. Provided bilingual (English & Spanish) intake, crisis intervention, and individual and group psychotherapy services for diverse group of Latino and Spanish speaking immigrant communities in inner-city context • Completed ten full batteries from multicultural assessment perspective and five neuropsychological assessments Psychological Counselor, Psychological Services, St. Edward’sUniversity, Austin, Texas Provided clinical supervision to doctoral and masters level students. Provided individual, couples, and group psychotherapy with an emphasis on serving Latina and Latino students in the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) • Co-developed and co-taught diversity seminar series for graduate practicum students FVDN Counselor, Family Violence Diversion Network (FVDN) Child...
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