Expert in Clinical Training, Consultation, Supervision
His teaching experience has focused on psychotherapy skills, psychopathology, diagnosis, treatment planning, as well as practicum and internship supervision. In these last courses, the focus of training is on psychotherapy skills as well as complex cognitive skills such as case conceptualization, integration of theoretical approaches, and effective treatment planning.
His training experience has included master's level clinicians in the public and private sector, and development of training videos for a large crisis response center. As Clinical Operations director for the AZ State Dept of Behavioral Health, he developed clinical supervision and training protocols and trained state-wide contractors in these areas.
Clinical Consultant – Maricopa Crisis Response Network.
Expert provided, on a part-time basis, Staff Enrichment through video series, new hire training
and mentor training manuals. Train Clinical Supervisors in models/methods of effective
clinical supervision and train floor supervisors in crisis center management. Provide input
to policy development and incorporation of current evidence based practices into agency
standards and appropriate clinical crises skills development of crisis staff.
HomeBase Youth Services – shelter for homeless young adults.
Expert was contracted to develop and oversee a comprehensive mental health/substance abuse program. He was also responsible for supervision and ongoing training of clinical and line staff. He supervised master and doctoral level counseling interns, staff training,
Catholic Charities – Religious and Clergy Assistance Program.
Expert was contracted to provide individual counseling, in-services, seminars, workshops
on health and well-being for religious men and women of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix.
Thomas J. Pappas School for Homeless – K through 11.
Expert was contracted to develop a clinical supervision protocol and supervise master level clinicians and interns working with homeless students.
St. Matthew's Catholic School.
Expert was contracted to offer ongoing training to faculty on the particular issues involving inner city, hispanic students including: Culture of Poverty, Substance Abuse, Gang Issues, Domestic Violence, Child Abuse. In addition Expert was contracted to provide guidance in classroom management and effective response to classroom disruptions.
Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Phoenix, Arizona - Tucson, Arizona - Mesa, Arizona - Glendale, Arizona - Scottsdale, Arizona - Chandler, Arizona - Tempe, Arizona - Gilbert, Arizona - Peoria, Arizona
|Year: 1992||Degree: Ed.D.||Subject: Counseling Psychology||Institution: Northern Arizona University|
|Year: 1974||Degree: M. Div||Subject: Theology||Institution: St. John's College|
|Year: 1970||Degree: Bachelor of Arts||Subject: Philosophy||Institution: St. John's College|
|Years: 1992 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Psychologist/Teacher/Consultant||Department:||Responsibilities: Expert has been self-employed as a psychologist in private practice, adjunct faculty, consultant, clinical supervisor, and public speaker.|
|Years: 2009 to 2010||Employer: Crisis Response Network||Title: Clinical Consultant||Department:||Responsibilities: 9 month contract to develop training video's, review clinical policies, evaluate programs, supervise and train master's level supervisors.|
|Years: 2007 to 2009||Employer: AZ Dept of Behavioral Health Services||Title: Clinical Operations Director||Department:||Responsibilities: Develop clinical supervision policy for state contractors, review clinical training programs of state contractors, oversee related programs and supervise directors of those programs.|
|Years: 1996 to 2006||Employer: Homebase Youth Services||Title: Clinical Consultant||Department:||Responsibilities: Consult on clinical programs, staff training and monitoring, program development, risk management, policy and procedure development for homeless shelter, and residential for homeless young adults.|
|Years: 1993 to 2003||Employer: Wayne F. Goulet, Ed.D., P.C.||Title: Psychologist - Private Practice||Department:||Responsibilities: Provide psychological services to a adults and adolescents, individuals and couples, on a wide variety of issues.|
|Years: 2007 to 2009||Agency: AZ Dept of Behavioral Health Services||Role: Clinical Operations Director||Description: Expert was in charge of development of a statewide clinical supervision protocol as well as training all state behavioral health contractors in this protocol. He also oversaw related programs and supervised the program managers.|
|Associations / Societies|
|American Counseling Association;
Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors.
|Licenses / Certifications|
|Licenced Psychologist - AZ;
Approved Clinical Supervisor - National Board of Certified Counselors;
Nationally Certified Counselor.
|Awards / Recognition|
|Outstanding Faculty Award - 1996, 2000, 2004, 2007.|
|Spanish||Not proficient, but can manage in a pinch.|