Bryce C. Willson, PhD, CACIII, LPC, Licensed Psychologist 12835 E. Arapahoe Road, Tower-II, Suite 440, Centennial, CO 80112 / (720) 984 – 0244 / [email protected]d.co Licensure & Certification: • • • • Licensed Psychologist (Colorado) Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC / Colorado). National Certified Counselor (NCC). Certified Addictions Counselor – Level Three (CACIII / Colorado). Language Abilities: • English • Portuguese • Spanish Education: Ph.D.Counselor Education & Supervision University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO – December 2006. *Doctorate Minor in Statistics & Research Methods - University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO – December 2006. M.A. Masters of Arts - Agency Counseling with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO - August 1999. B.S. Bachelor of Science - Human Development and Family Studies Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO - December 1996. *Spanish Minor - Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO - December 1996. International Experience: Portugal – (2 years) Mission Professional Association / Membership: • • • • American Psychological Association (APA) American Counseling Association (ACA) Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) Colorado Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (COAFCC) • International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors (IAMFC) • The Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee (MDIC) • National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Skills: Accomplishments: College Graduate & Argosy University – Denver Campus Undergraduate Level Teaching • • • • • • • • • • • • • *Outstanding Faculty Member of the Year 2014* C7430 - Advanced Counseling Theories in Counselor Education C8002 - Assessment II: Personality Assessment FP6905 - Correctional Psychology FP6010 - Psychology & the Legal System FP6035 - Evaluation & Treatment of Offenders FP6500 - Professional & Ethical Issues in Forensic Psych FP6900 - Substance Abuse Counseling PC6525 - Appraisal and Assessment PSY210 - Psychological Statistics PSY302 - Research Methods PSY310 - Social Psychology Dissertation – Committee Chair Regis University - Ruecker-Hartman College for Health Professionals - Division of Counseling and Family Therapy - Master of Arts in Counseling - Broomfield Campus • • • • • MCPY 625 Professional Orientation and Ethics Issues MCPY 635 Counseling Techniques – I MCPY 636 Counseling Techniques – II MCPY 667 Couples Therapy CFT 603 Motivational Interviewing and Client Records Management University of Northern Colorado School of Applied Psychology and Counselor Education (Extended Studies Denver Center at Lowry) • • • • • • APCE 669 Advanced Methods: Couples and Family Therapy Spring 2008 (3 Credit Hours), Apr. 11-13, 25-27 Fri 4:05-10pm, Sat 8-5pm Sun 8-4pm APCE 695 Seminar in Contemporary Issues: Marriage and Family Therapy, Summer 2008(3 Credit Hours) , Aug. 1-3, 8-10 4:0510pm, Sat 8-5pm Sun 8-4pm APCE 669 Advanced Methods: Couples and Family Therapy Spring 2009 (3 Credit Hours) , Mar 20-22 & Apr 3-5, 2009 Fri 4:0510pm, Sat 8-5pm Sun 8-4pm APCE 669 Advanced Methods: Couples and Family Therapy Spring 2009 (3 Credit Hours), Dec 4-5, 18-20 2009 Fri 4:05-10pm, Sat 8-5pm Sun 8-4pm APCE 669 Advanced Methods: Couples and Family Therapy Spring 2010 (3 Credit Hours), Dec 3-5, 17-19 2010 Fri 4:05-10pm, Sat 8-5pm Sun 8-4pm APCE 660 Psychological Consultation (Colorado Springs Campus) 2009(3 Credit Hours) Organizational Experience Organizational/Program design and implementation • Analysis and evaluation of organizational/Program structure • Identification of structural and system problems • Development of strategic design toward efficacy and efficiency • Development of flow charts for visual reference and accountability • Implementation of organizational/program designs • Team Building Consultative Experience Consultative Work (Psychiatric Triage Assessment): • Medical Floor & Emergency Room Psychological Consultation • Assessment, Recommendation, Referral, and Disposition of Psychiatric Patients on the medical floors and in the emergency room. • Inter-facility Consultation and Treatment Planning regarding high resource consumption and repeated self-injurious patients within correctional institutions. Care Management Experience Active administrative role in: • Intake coordination and application • Utilization review with third party payer sources Individual & Family Counseling Experience Conceptualization, understanding, and application of theoretical therapeutic counseling models such as: • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy • Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy • Reality Therapy / Choice Theory • Person Centered Therapy / Humanistic • Behavioral Therapy • Gestalt Therapy • Existential Therapy Conceptualization, understanding and application of family therapy models such as: • Solution Focused Family Therapy • Structural Family Therapy • Narrative Family Therapy • Communications Validation (Satir) Family Therapy • Integrative Family Therapy • Bowenian Family Therapy Professional counseling experience in applying theoretical and therapeutic models of counseling that involve: • Mental Health • Substance Abuse / Adult and Adolescent • Adolescents • Adult Corrections • Youth Corrections • Couples & Family Therapy • Grief Counseling • Individual Counseling Clinical Records • Management • Experience • • • Evaluating and assessing clients’ inter-&- intra-personal dynamics to determine appropriate treatment modalities and interventions. Developing a clear, specific, realistic, appropriate, and mutual treatment plan with clients to aid them in attainment of treatment goals specific to their therapeutic needs. Maintaining an accurate treatment record of therapeutic interventions performed with clients specific to their treatment plan. Writing of formal evaluation and discharge summaries to be used with client authorized referral sources such as: Court, Probation, Social Services, Heath Care Providers, and other community care providers. Use of pre-post outcome measures to gage the effectiveness of therapeutic interventions and treatment modalities. Psychological Assessment Experience Administration and interpretation of professional psychological assessment instruments to aid in evaluation of clients’ specific therapeutic needs and treatment modalities, applied in forensic, inpatient, and outpatient setting : • Folstein Mini Mental Status Exam • Clock Draw Test (Neuo-Psychological Screening) • Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) • SIRS-2 (Structured Interview of Reported Symptoms, 2nd Edition) • SIMS (Structured Inventory of Malingered Symptomatology) • Multiphasic Personality Inventory-II (MMPI-II) • Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2-RF (MMPI-2-RF) • Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-A (MMPI-A) • Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory –3 (MCMI-III) • Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory – 4 (MCMI-IV) • Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory (MACI) • Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) • Personality Assessment Screen (PAS) • Rorschach • Adolescent Self Assessment Profile - II (ASAP-II) • Adult Self-Assessment Profile (ADSAP) • The Drug Use Self Report (DUSR) • Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory / Adult & Adolescent Forms (SASSI) • State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory - 2 (STAXI-2) • Family Adaptability & Cohesion Sale – II (FACES-II). • Conners’ 3 (ADHD Assessment) • Cognistat 2015 (Neuro-Cognitive Screening/Assessment) • General Adult Measure of Ability (GAMA) • Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-IV) • Wechsler Memory Scale (WMS-IV) • Test of Memory and Learning – Second Edition (TOMAL-2) • Test of Memory and Learning – Senior Edition (TOMAL-SE) Other Psychological Assessment Experience Administration and interpretation of cognitive and personality professional assessment instruments, synthesized into psychological reports, as practicum and internship requirements (under the supervision of a licensed psychologist) through the University of Northern Colorado in the Counselor Education & Supervision PhD program in the Professional Psychology Department. Personality Assessment Instruments: • Behavior Assessment Scale for Children (BASC) • Revised Children’s Manifest Anxiety Scale (RCMAS) • House-Tree-Person (HTP) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Kinetic Family Drawings (KFD) Incomplete Sentences, Personality inventory for Children (PIC) Mental Status Exam (MSE) Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-II (MMPI-II) Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-A (MMPI-A) Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory-III Reynolds Adolescent Depression Inventory (RADS) Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) Robert’s Apperception Test Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory –3 (MCMI-III) California Personality Inventory (CPI) 16 Personality Factors (16PF) Beck Depression Inventory – 2 (BDI-2) Draw-A-Person Test: Screening for Emotional Disturbance (DAPSPED) Rorschach, and Piers-Harris Self-Concept Scale Cognitive Assessment Instruments: • General Adult Measure of Ability (GAMA) • Matrix Analogies Test (MAT) • Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC-III) • Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-III) • Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-3) • Wechsler Individual Achievement Test (WIAT) • Bender-Gestalt Test • Vineland, Beery-Buktenic Visual Motor Development Inventory (VMI) • Cognitive Assessment System (CAS) Counselor Supervision Experience Supervision of Counselors in training at the University of Northern Colorado in the Counselor Education & Supervision PhD program in the Department Professional Psychology: • Individual counseling practicums • Family counseling practicums • Group Counseling practicums Publications Doctoral Dissertation Title: The Impact of the High-level Athlete on the Sibling Relationship Author: Bryce Craig Willson Contributor: University of Northern Colorado Publisher: University of Northern Colorado, 2006 ISBN: 1109950632, 9781109950632 Length: 258 pages Abstract: A mixed methods design (concurrent triangulation strategy) was used to investigate the impact of the high-level athlete on the sibling relationship as measured by the Adult Sibling Relationship Questionnaire (ASRQ) constructs (warmth, conflict, and rivalry). A sample of 94 (mostly Caucasian) sibling dyads (n = 188) consisting of high-level athletes and their non-high-level athlete siblings (ages 18--25, males and females, same gender, first and second borns, biological siblings, from two parent families, 0--4 years in age disparity, and from a family size of two to four children) participated in this study. Participants completed the ASRQ and qualitative, open-ended questions at the end of this measure via a secure web-page link. Twenty-two sports across 75 colleges (NCAA Division I-III) participated in this study. Quantitative correlation analysis was conducted through confirmatory and exploratory factor analyses and a series of paired samples and independent sample t-tests. A qualitative, confirmatory, content top down analysis was implemented to identify units, themes, and categories. Qualitative data was transformed or quantitized via binarizing themes, producing inter and intrarespondent matrices. Factor loadings for the Intra-Respondent Matrix, ASRQ data sets from this study, and ASRQ normative data demonstrated similarities (Willson, 2006). Reference: Willson, B.C. and University of Northern Colorado (2006). The Impact of the High-level Athlete on the Sibling Relationship, isbn = 9781109950632, publisher = University of Northern Colorado Relevant Experience: Psychologist (CEO/owner) An Intuitive Mind, Counseling, Consulting, & Psychological Services, PLLC Centennial, CO May 2016 – Current Psychologist Aurora Detention Center I.C.E. Detainer Facility Aurora, CO February 2017 – Current Psychologist UCHealth Mountain Crest Behavioral Health Resource Pool / Psychologist Floor consultation for Poudre Valley Hospital & Medical Center of the Rockies January 2017 – Current Affiliate Professor Regis University – Thornton Campus Spring, 2015 - Current Psychologist Miramont Family Medicine Parker and Fort Collins, CO May 2016 – May 2018 Psychologist Senior Counseling Group, LLC Golden, CO May 2016 – May 2017 Psychologist - I Colorado Department of Corrections Sterling Correctional Facility Sterling, CO October, 2013 – April 2016 Psychologist Candidate Colorado Department of Corrections Sterling Correctional Facility Sterling, CO January, 2008 – October, 2013 Adjunct Professor Argosy University – Denver Campus Spring, 2013 – 2018 Adjunct Professor University of Northern Colorado School of Applied Psychology and Counselor Education (Extended Studies Denver Center at Lowry) Spring, 2008 – 2017 Psychiatric Triage Clinician Longmont United Hospital 1950 Mountain View Ave, Longmont, CO 80501 March, 2011 – 2013 Founder / Program Director Sobriety Solutions, LLC 324 Railroad Ave. Fort Morgan CO 80701 December, 2005 – 2009 Founder / Program Director Advanced Behavioral Health, LLC 324 Railroad Ave. Fort Morgan CO 80701 November, 2006 – 2009 Behavioral Health Therapist – II North Colorado Medical Center Behavioral Health 928 12th St. Greeley, CO 80631 March, 2001 – December, 2007 1 year Doctorate Level Internship in Counselor Education & Supervision (under the supervision of a licensed psychologist to meet requirements for psychologist licensure) Psych-Care Family Recovery North Colorado Medical Center 928 12th St. Greeley, CO 80631 August, 2002 – August, 2003 Supervision of Family Practicum Internship (Doctorate level) University of Northern Colorado, Division of Professional Psychology, Counselor Education & Supervision PhD Program January, 2001 – May, 2001 Counselor Island Grove Regional Treatment Center Youth Services Department 1140 M. St. Greeley, CO 80631 July, 1999 – March, 2001 Supervision of Individual Practicum (Doctorate level) University of Northern Colorado, Division of Professional Psychology, Counselor Education & Supervision PhD Program September, 2000 – December, 2000 Supervision of Family Practicum (Doctorate level) University of Northern Colorado, Division of Processional Psychology, Counselor Education & Supervision PhD Program September, 2000 – December, 2000 Advanced Practicum Individual Counseling (Doctorate Level) University of Northern Colorado, Division of Professional Psychology, Counselor Education & Supervision PhD Program January, 2000 – May, 2000 Practicum / Individual Counseling (Doctorate Level) University of Northern Colorado, Division of Professional Psychology, Counselor Education & Supervision PhD Program September, 1999 – December, 1999 Intensive Family Therapy Island Grove Women and Family Services Counselor 1510 11th Ave. Greeley, CO 80631 March, 1999 - August, 1999 Internship / Individual and Family counseling (Masters Level) Psych-Care Greeley, CO 80631 January, 1999 – August, 1999 Practicum / Marriage and Family Counseling (Masters Level) University of Northern Colorado, Division of Professional Psychology, Agency Counseling with an Emphasis in Marriage and family therapy, January, 1999 – May, 1999 Practicum / Individual Counseling (Masters Level) University of Northern Colorado, Division of Professional Psychology, Agency Counseling with an Emphasis in Marriage and family therapy, August, 1998 - December, 1998 Child Care Worker Midway Shelter Greeley, CO 80631 July, 1997 – March, 1998 Summer Work Crew / Activities Director Jacob Family Services Fort Collins, CO 80524 June, 1996 - August 1996 June, 1997 - July, 1997 Staff Secure Director / Assistant Case Manager Jacob Family Services Fort Collins, CO 80524 January, 1997 - July, 1997 Independent Living Specialist Jacob Family Services Fort Collins, CO 80524 April, 1995 - July, 1997 Deputy Probation Officer Larimer County Probation Fort Collins, CO 80526 December, 1995 - May, 1996 Missionary Service The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter Day Saints Lisbon, Portugal July 1991 - July 1993 References available upon request.