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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

Engaging, knowledgeable and educated Clinical Psychologist with exceptional mental health research and evaluation, assessment and ethnic disparity research. Licensed Psychologist in state of California. Hands-on clinical supervision, patient engagement and case management skills with the ability to make rapid assessments, referrals, track outcomes and document actions according to regulatory standards and requirements. Seek to contribute psycho-educational and psychological assessment, school consultation and training skills toward optimizing the goals of a progressive organization in a Clinical Psychologist role.

EDUCATION / LICENSURE
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology – California School of Professional Psychology at Los Angeles – 1987
M.A., Clinical Psychology – California School of Professional Psychology at Los Angeles – 1985
B.S., Psychology – University of California, Los Angeles – 1982
Licensure:
Licensed Psychologist, State of California │Board of Medical Quality Assurance – (License Number: PSY10877)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Director, Psychological Services Center – Alliant International University 1999 – Present
 Effectively provide administrative direction for Psychological Services Center that serves public and private agencies and training site for psychology graduate students.
 Provide strategic planning, professional training and consultation development, and supervise and manage the Center’s operations, projects and services that target ethnically diverse, underserved populations.
 Recruit, hire, manage, and evaluate program staff, managers and faculty supervisors, oversee budget and conduct ongoing community needs assessment, marketing, program development and research activities to develop consultation, training and intervention programs.
 Oversee practicum, internship and post doctorial training programs, and develop and implement training curriculum, materials and activities.
 Provide direction and evaluation of training, curriculum, clinical supervision and service delivery, and provide on-going clinical supervision for pre- and post-doctoral students.
 Provide successful Grant and Contract Development, author of federal, state and foundation grants.
 Procure contracts with local school districts and government agencies, and effectively design, implement and evaluate grant and contract related activities including model school-based mental health program.
 Conduct community needs assessment, and collaborate with public/private agencies and universities for research, consultation, training and direct service opportunities
 Conduct research and evaluation that includes ethnic disparity in mental health; school-based mental health service models, efficacy of school-based mental health interventions on reducing emotional and behavioral difficulties, and strategies to increase parent engagement in mental health services.
Private Practice 1989 – Present
 Provide individual and group psychotherapy, parent education, psycho-educational and psychological assessment, school consultation and training.
Associate Director, Psychological Services Center – Alliant International University 1998 – 1999
 Directed and managed pre- and post-doctoral psychology training programs, and clinical supervision.
 Conceptualized, coordinated and presented didactic trainings, recruited, hired, and managed clinical and clerical staff.
 Consulted with schools, government entities and community agencies, and strategically planned, directed and coordinated school-based mental health programs.

Early Career:
D-Rate and AB3632 Assessor – Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health 1992 -1995
Consultant – Glendale Unified School District Autism Project 1996 -2000
Faculty Liaison/Staff Psychologist – Alliant International University 1991- 2000
Program Coordinator/Staff Psychologist – Verdugo Mental Health Center 1987- 1989
Psychology Intern – Verdugo Mental Health Center 1986 -1987
Educational Therapist – Los Angeles Learning Center 1984 -1987
Psychology Intern – University Affiliated Program/Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles 1985 -1986
Psychology Practicum Student – Chabad Drug Rehabilitation Program 1984 -1985
Independent Research – Department of Psychology/University of California, Los Angeles 1982 -1984
Psychology Practicum Student – Children’s Baptist Home 1983 -1984
Social Vocational Counselor – Social Vocational Services 1982 -1983
Independent Research – Department of Psychology/University of California, Los Angeles 1981 -1983
Independent Research – UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute/University of California, Los Angeles 1981 -1982
Therapist, Autism Project – UCLA Department of Psychology/University of California, Los Angeles 1981 -1982
Trainee – UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute School/University of California, Los Angeles 1980 -1981
Teacher – School Name 1978 -1983

PUBLICATIONS / SELECTED PRESENTATIONS
Finer, R. & Forness, S. R. (1984) Comparing the PIAT and untimed CTBS in obtaining achievement scores from disturbed children. Education and Treatment of Children, 7, 67 – 73.
Selected Presentations:
1) Heller, T., Finer, R., & Bear, L. (2008). Implementation of a Comprehensive School-Based Mental Health Program. Poster presented at 116th Annual convention of the American Psychological Association Convention, Boston.
2) Heller, T., Finer, R., & Bear, L. (2008). Partnering for the Future – An Integrated Model for School-Based/School-Linked Mental Health Programs. Workshop presented at the California Psychological Association Convention, Anaheim.
3) Heller, T., Finer, R., Bear, L., Fall, R. & Pines, M. (2007). Integrated Approach to Mental Health in Schools. Poster presented at 115th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco.
4) Finer, R., Heller, T., Bear, L., Pine, M., & Ferrer, R. (2007). Utility of Mental Health Screenings for Elementary School-Aged children. Poster presented at 115th Annual convention of the American Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco.
5) Finer, R. & Heller, T. (2007). Community of Care-Innovative Collaborations for School-Based Mental Health Programs. Poster presented at 115th Annual convention of the American Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco.
6) Heller, T., Finer, R., Pines, M., & Gould, M. (2006). Court Involved Youth: Parenting, School Factors, and Adolescent Adjustment. Poster presented at the 114th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans.
7) Bear, L, & Finer, R. (2008). “Safe Schools/Healthy Students“ Board Study Sessions Alhambra Unified School District.
8) Finer, R. & Bear, L. (2007). “Integrating Mental Health into the Schools” Keynote presentation at A Focus on Prevention Conference, Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, Downey California.
9) Bear, L & Finer, R. (2007). “Breaking Down the Barriers” Panel discussion presented at Alhambra Unified School District Breaking down the Barriers in the Schools.

SELECTED AWARDS / RECOGNITIONS
Awarded National Office of Juvenile Justice, School Safety Award 2011
Alhambra Unified School District Board of Education – Outstanding Integration of Mental Health into Schools 2008
Awarded County of Los Angeles 2008 Extra M.I.L.E. (S.) Recognition Award 2008
Appointed as a State Delegate representing Education for Proposition 63 Initiative 2008
Appointed to LA County Interagency Council on Child Abuse & Neglect: Chair – Child & Adolescent Suicide Review Team; School Representative – Child Death Review Team; Faculty – National Child Fatality Review Center 2005

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