How do you expect to arrive at the end of your own journey
if you take the road to another man’s city?
if you take the road to another man’s city?
- Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy (M.S.), Seattle Pacific University
- Bachelors degree in Psychology, with distinction (B.S.), University of Washington
- American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy www.aamft.org
- United States Association for Body Psychotherapy www.usabp.org
- Washington Association for Marriage and Family Therapy www.wamft.org
- Board Member – Elections Committee and Membership Coordinator 2003-2005
- Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Washington.
- Seattle Counselors Association (former member) www.seattlecounselors.org
- Advanced Training Seminar in Couples’ Therapy - The Gottman Institute
- A Scientifically-Based Marital Therapy - The Gottman Institute
- Helping Distressed Couples with Conflict Management – Julie Gottman
- Collaborative Couple Therapy – Daniel Wile
- The New Rules of Marriage: Helping Couples and Couples Therapy Enter the 21st Century – Terrence Real
- Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples – Sue Johnson
- The Crucible Approach: The Integration of Sex and Marital Therapy - David Schnarch
- The Courage to Love: Self-Relations Therapy with Couples, Stephen Gilligan
- Sensorimotor Psychotherapy for the Treatment of Trauma - Pat Ogden
- The Promise of Attachment Theory – Daniel Siegel
- Somatic Experiencing: Level One
- Internal Family Systems – Richard Schwartz
- Lifespan Integration – Peggy Pace
- Hakomi: Dave Cole, Carol Ladas-Gaskin, Lynn Morrison
- Interpersonal Neurobiology: The Promise of Attachment Theory - Daniel Siegal
- Understanding and Treating Borderline Personality Disorder: An Introduction to Dialectical Behavior Therapy – Jennifer Sayrs
- Supporting Lifelong Sexual Health – Carolyn Livingston and Gordon Dickman
- Invitations to Responsibility - Practical Approaches to Working with Boys and Men Who Have Abused, Alan Jenkins
- Domestic Violence Training with New Beginnings Shelter for Abused Women
- Recognizing and Working with Substance Abuse Issues
- Co-occuring Disorders: Working with Clients Who Have Both Mental Health and Alcohol/Substance Abuse Problems – Alan Marlatt
- Eating Disorder Treatment: Bringing Clients to the Table – Jackie Liebsohn
- Reclaiming Life: Our Relationship to Food and Spirituality – Sharon Lester
- How the Patriarchy Hurts Men – Randy Marinez
- Healing the Generations – Barry Grosskopf
- Insights into the Dynamics of Grief – Mel Erickson and Nanette Flynn
- Death…The End? Big Medicine Lifestyle - Drs. Amy and Arne Mindell
- Women’s Spirituality and Social Transformation Conference
- Psychotherapy From the Inside Out: The Brain of the Mindful Therapist
- Mindfulness in Therapy: From Psychological Healing to Spiritual Transformation – Tara Brach
- Getting Unstuck: An Introduction to Focusing – Ann Weiser Cornell
- The Neuroscience of Curiosity – Brian DesRoches
- Mindfulness: The Practice of Compassionate Presence – Carol Ladas Gaskin
Professional Presentations and Publications
- Naden, M., Callison, K., and Haynes, C. (2002). “Treasured Awakenings: Reciprocity and the Reflecting Team Process.” Journal of Systemic Therapies, Volume 21, 1.
- “Treasured Awakenings: Reciprocity and the Reflecting Team Process.” Round Table Discussion, Learning Love and Compassion in the Teaching and Healing Arts, University of British Columbia, May 4-6, 2000, with Michelle Naden, and Kristen Callison.
- “Expanding the Possibilities of Case Consultation: Using Reflecting Teams to Effect Change with Multi-Problem Families.” 2000 WAMFT Annual Conference, Edmonds, Washington, March 24-25, 2000, with Michelle Naden, and Kristen Callison
- Supervision of students in Practicum, SPU’s Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy Program
- Assistant in therapy groups at Lutheran Counseling Network
- Leader of parent support groups at Seattle elementary, middle, and high schools.
- Research Coordinator for the Family and Friends Project at the University of Washington, a five-year longitudinal study examining the relationship between marital interaction patterns and behaviors in preschool-aged conduct-problem children. Mediators of the link between marital hostility, antisocial behavior and poor peer relations are also sought, including the role of social cognitive deficits and biases, and psycho physiological processes.
- I have also held positions at the University of Washington on John Gottman’s Marital Discord Study, and Marsha Linehan’s Parasuicide Study.