Dr. Stefanie Stolinsky

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Dr. Stefanie Stolinsky

Stefanie Stolinsky, Ph.D.

9107 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 200
Beverly Hills CA, 90210
US

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Ten years experience in testing, research, and evaluation in area of forensic and neuropsychological evaluations. See's individuals, Couples and group sessions. Specializes in relationships ; perpetrators and victims of trauma.
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EDUCATION

1997 Ph.D. CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY,
California Graduate Institute, Los Angeles.

1992, M.S. COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY,
Univ. of Southern California.

1988, B.A. PSYCHOLOGY,
Univ. of California, Los Angeles
Univ. of California, Berkeley

LICENSURE

Clinical Psychologist License issued February 24, 1999
License # Psy xxxxxx

Marriage, Family and Child Counselor, California
License issued November, 1995, License # xxxxx

Certificate in Diplomate of Forensic Psychology, First and Second Series, 1998
Certificate in Tests and Measurements: California Graduate Institute, 1998
Certificate in Clinical and Forensic Hypnosis, California Graduate Institute 1999
Certificate from International EAP Association

LANGUAGES
Spanish; French.

AFFILIATIONS

American Psychological Association, Clinical Member Associate
International EAP Association
American Society of Forensic Psychology
California Association of Marriage, Family and Child Counselors
Clinical Member, American Association for Marriage and Family therapy
Member, National Eating Disorders Association
Member, American College of Forensic Psychologists

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

PRIVATE PRACTICE
Beverly Hills, California 90212 1997-present

Forensic psychology. Evaluations for court including competency to stand trial, and insanity defense; Fit-for-Duty evaluations; threat assessment. EAP consultation and therapy for Ceridian Lifeworks; crisis and trauma treatment. Critical incident stress debriefing for companies.


CROSSROADS PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING (Kara Cross, Ph.D., director)
Beverly Hills, California 90212 January 1995 to present

Specializing in forensic psychology. Civil and criminal cases. Report writing, evaluations and tests for court: competency to stand trial, perpetrator evaluations. Testing includes personality, brain injury and intelligence measures.

CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR
CALIFORNIA GRADUATE INSTITUTE 2000-present.
Los Angeles, California 90024 Jack Mayhall, Dir.

Teaching Neuropsychological Tests and Measurement classes including the Luria Nebraska neuropsychological testing battery, Woodcock Johnson, MMPI-2, MMPI-A, MCMI, Rorschach, WAIS-III, WISC-III, Wechsler Memory Scale (WMS III), SASSI (Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory), WRAT 3, PAI Law Enforcement, Corrections, and Public Safety Selection Report Module, Hare Psychopathy, NEPSY Neuropsychological Assessment, SIRS, Miller Forensic Assessment of Symptoms Test, Wisconsin Card Sorting Test.

MSLA- MEDICAL SERVICES OF LOS ANGELES 2001-present

Consists of Social Security Disability and employment disability evaluations for the State of California at various sites around the county. Testing for SSI includes the WAIS-III, WISC-III, WMS-III, REY 15 item, MMPI-2, Bender-Gestalt screening for organic brain impairment, Bayley Scales of Infant Development, Trails A- Trails B, Memory for Design, WRAT-III, TONI 3, the VINELAND and other measures of learning disability, brain injury, autism, mental retardation, malingering and organic impairment.

CAROLE DISENHOF, Ph.D. 1995-1997
420 South Beverly Drive, Suite 100
Beverly Hills, California 90212

Psychological assistant to psychologist specializing in eating disorders.

RADER INSTITUTE 1994-1995

Counselor with individuals and groups for eating disorders.

FAMILY SERVICES OF LOS ANGELES 6/94 - 7/95
629 N. Kingsley Street
Los Angeles, California

Duties: Full-time case management and advocacy for at-risk teens and gang members; conducted Spanish and English speaking classes for court-referred gang members and their families. Intake and assessment; conducted drug screening, and urine testing.

MFCC Internship 1/93 - 1/6/95
8530 Wilshire Boulevard
Beverly Hills, California

Duties: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment internship with Fred Woerner, MFT for two years. Two years training in Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation--Substance abuse treatment.

BROTMAN PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION PROGRAM, 1991-1995

Brotman Medical Center
10000 Culver Boulevard
Culver City, California 90231-2459

Duties: Team case-management in a partial hospitalization out-patient program for schizophrenic patients and dual diagnosis clients.

AIRPORT MARINA COUNSELING CENTER IN WESTCHESTER 1/29, 1992 -
2/29, 1993
APA approved internship. Duties: Crisis Training and Brief and long-term psychotherapy with adolescent and adult outpatients. Supervisor: Donna Sexsmith, Ph.D. (310) 208-3310

KEDREN COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 1990 - 1991
41st St. and Avalon Bl.
Los Angeles, California

Duties: APA Approved internship and practicum. Counseled emotionally disturbed children and adolescents. Admission and intake assessment, psychological evaluations and testing.

UCLA – Neuropsychiatric Institute 1986 - 1988
Adult Women SexuallyAbused As Children (Group)

Training in neuropsychological testing and measurement at UCLA medical center. Co-therapist at the NPI-UCLA for groups for sexually and physically abused women. Supervisor:Morris Paulson, Ph.D.

COMMUNITY SERVICE, OUTREACH
AND SEMINAR TRAINING

Education and Special Skills Training in Child Sexual Abuse. Presentations to enhance education and counseling skills of therapist.

Presented at:

Betty Ford Center, Palm Springs, October 9, 2003

San Fernando Valley CAMFT April 13, 2003
Training in expressive therapy using acting techniques.

Florence Crittenton Institute, Los Angeles, California. October, 1996; Sept. 1998.

The Maple Counseling Center. April, 1999, May 2000, June 2001
Education and counseling lectures.

Metro Family Services, 1994. On staff counselor.

Jewish Family Services presentation:information to the general public regarding “at risk” teens.

The Culver City Counseling Center, 5173 Overland Avenue, Culver City, California. Addressed outpatients--in drug rehab on how random drug screens work and when they are required.

The Women's Center. Seminars on how childhood sexual abuse impacts addictions, depression, anxiety and marital issues.

SPECIAL TRAINING

1995 CHILDREN’S INSTITUTE INTERNATIONAL - Certificate Program.

Certificate in Child Abuse Interviewing and Counseling Techniques. Offered by Children’s Institute International and consisting of crisis therapy with victims of child abuse, perpetrator counseling and rehabilitation techniques, behavioral techniques, dance therapy, play therapy techniques, interviewing of child abuse and rape victims, recognizing signs and indicators of child abuse, reporting mandates, after-effects of abuse, advocacy and resource implementation, interview and counseling modalities for family, community and law-enforcement resources, and court procedures.

PUBLICATIONS

 “Act It Out: 25 Expressive Ways to Heal from Childhood Abuse”. Published by New Harbinger Publications, Inc., Oakland, Calif. Released July, 2002 and currently in bookstores and on the Internet at various sites. 

(1997). After-effects of preverbal and postverbal childhood sexual abuse on themes in relationships and revictimization in adult female survivors. California Graduate Institute, Dissertation.

CLINICAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

1993-1994 Long-Term Factors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Affecting Subsequent Revictimization. Submitted to "Journal of Interpersonal Violence".

University of California, Department of Psychology.

1987-1989 Research Assistant (Dr. Morris Paulson), UCLA

1988: Eyewitness testimony. Experiments to test for accuracy and ability to discern one face from another. R. Edward Geiselman, Ph.D., UCLA Department of Psychology.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2000-Currently ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR AT CALIFORNIA GRADUATE INSTITUTE
1145 Gayley Avenue, 3rd Floor
Los Angeles, California 90024
Phone: (310) 208-4240

Training doctorate degree students in neuropsychological, psychological,tests and measurements, report writing, and forensic psychology.

1995-1997: Trained psychology licensure candidates for oral and written license examinations.

HONORS

1986-1988 Honors at Graduation and Dean's List, UCLA.
1992 Phi Kappa Phi, All-University Honor Society at USC.
1993 Certificate of Appreciation and Commendation by the Airport Marina Counseling Service.


REFERENCES

Kara Cross, Ph.D. (949) 458-6781
Psychological Testing for Pilots
Neuropsychological Testing and Measurements
Lake Forest, California

Kenneth Rasmussen, (213) 736-7512
Professional Relations Specialist
Department of Social Services
Disability Evaluation Division
P.O. Box 60999
Los Angeles, California 90060

Roxanne A. Davis, Esq. (310) 446-8855
Labor and Employment Law
10635 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 320
Los Angeles, California 90025

Trudy Moss, Ph.D. (805) 239-4484
Clinical Director, Crisis Center
California Graduate Institute Counseling Center
1145 Gayley Avenue, 3rd Floor
Los Angeles, California 90025

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