Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for rehabilitation, Warm Springs, Ga
Clinical Supervisor Jerry McIntosh,
APA Accredited clinical internship
Tuskegee Veterans Affairs Medical Center Tuskegee Al
in Neurospsychology, Geriatrics, Substance Abuse, and Outpatient Mental Health
Auburn university, Auburn,
Doctorate of Philosophy in Counseling Psychology, December 1992
Brigham Young University, Provo,
Bachelor of Science, August 1986
Psychological Consultant, Inc.
Duties: Founder of a psychological practice. Became
full-time practice in July 2007. Provide neuropsychological and psychological evaluations to a variety of clients including
medical referrals, Social Security Administration, and the Department of defense. Consulted with Department of Juvenile
Justice from July 2007 to October 2008. In June 2006 expanded to begin consulting with the Brain Injury Day Program
at Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation.
Feb. 2001-July 2007
Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute
for Rehabilitation, Warm Springs Georgia
Title: psychology Discipline coordinator
the Psychology Department at RWSIR. Supervise 4 Rehabilitation Psychologists, 2 contract Neuropsychologists, a Post
doctoral Fellow in Psychology, and up to 3 graduate students. Serve as Chair for the Georgia Department of Labor Internal
Review Board. Supervised the establishment of an APPIC member Post-Doctoral training program. Provide evaluation
and treatment of individuals participating in the Spinal Cord Injury and Cerebral Vascular Accident Programs.
Tuskegee Veterans Affairs
medical Center, Tuskegee, Alabama
Title: Director, Preventive Behavioral medicine
Duties: Provide administrative
oversight of the PBM program. Provide clinical supervision for 2 Psychologists, a Nurse, and one or more interns.
Assisted in the development of a Women’s Group for veterans with history of sexual trauma and a pain program.
Served on committee for the implementation of automated electronic medical records. Provide psychological component
of the Compensation and Pension Evaluation.
Tuskegee Veterans Affairs medical center, Tuskegee, Alabama
Assistance Program Counselor
Duties: Provide brief counseling and referral to employees in crisis. Attend
administrative meetings and conduct presentation on the program.
Tuskegee Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Tuskegee, Alabama
Psychologist (Mental Hygiene Clinic, acting co-director of Inpatient Post-traumatic Stress Disorder program)
assessment and psychotherapy to veterans at the mental Hygiene Clinic. Share administrative and clinical duties for
the inpatient PTSD program, including overseeing admissions and discharges, providing supervision to Practicum Students, conducting
psychological assessment and providing group and individual therapy to Veterans participating in the program.
Tuskegee Veterans Affairs m medical Center,
Doctoral Clinical Internship
Tuskegee Veterans Affairs medical Center,
Title: Psychology Technician
Duties: Evaluate and select veterans for an inpatient
Post-traumatic Stress s disorder treatment group through a variety of tests and questionnaires. Provide individual and
group therapy for veterans involved in the PTSD program.
The Bradley Center, Columbus, Georgia
Duties: Co-lead group, family therapy, and provide counseling according to individual treatment plans
of adolescents in a private psychiatric facility. Initiated a support group for parents of adolescents in the hospital.
State Hospital, Provo, Utah
Title: Psychiatric Technician
Duties: Supervise and assist patients
on a chronic psychiatric unit.
Membership in Professional Societies and Professional Licenses
License to practice psychology
in Georgia, No. 2505
American Psychological Association, Member
National Academy of Neuropsychology, member
Stewart, S. J. The effect of gender on efficacy
and perceived efficacy of engineers. Auburn University, 1992. Dissertation.
Elessi, M. Ray, J.W., & Ray G.E., & Stewart,
S.J. (2001). Personality and psychopathology of profiles of veterans’ wives: Measuring distress using the
MMPI-2. Journal of Clinical Psychology. Vol 57(12) 1535-1542.
The effect of gender on efficacy and perceived efficacy
of engineers. Poster presentation at the 1993 American Psychological Association annual convention. August, 1993.
Acquired brain injury: behavior and Beyond.
Round table discussion. June, 2003.
The effect of reminders on fall rates in a rehabilitation
hospital. Poster presentation at the 2004 American Psychological Association annual convention. July, 2004.
Treatment approaches to chronic pain. Presentation
to the Georgia Rehabilitation association, July 2006.
Post Polio syndrome: Psychological approaches to
chronic pain. Presentation at the Wellness Conference associated with the International Post Polio Conference, Warm
Springs, Georgia. April 2009
2002 Roosevelt Warm springs Institute for Rehabilitation
Spinal Cord Program Clinician of the Year
2003 Brain Injury Specialist Certification
2004 Graduate of Leadership Redwood leadership development
program at Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation.