Experience

COMPANY: DATES: DESCRIPTION:

Private Practice
Roseville, CA

9/90 – present Clinical & Forensic Psychology
Hubbard & Ebert
Rocklin & Redwood City
2003 – 2012 Law Firm B mental health law, health law, Representing Veterans, litigation, Appellate
Practice; CBS Paramount; Mondavi Wines
McCloskey, Hubbard, Ebert & Moore
Rocklin & Redwood City
2001 – 2003 Law Firm B representing veterans, health care professionals, Central CA Psychiatric Society, Mondavi Wineries
Alliant University
Formerly California School of Professional Psychology
Fresno, CA
2002 -present Adjunct Professor: Law & Ethics Forensic Psychology Courses
Foundation Health 3/91 – 8/96 Director/Manager of Mental Health Appeals
Legal Analysis
Peer Review
Mental Health Law
Standard of Care
Private Practice
Rocklin, CA
1/91 – 2002 Attorney
Mental Health Law
Veterans Law
Health Law; Disability Law
Licensing Law
John F. Kennedy University
Orinda, CA
6/97- present Psychology Faculty (periodic)
Course: The Psychologist and the Law
Professional School of Psychology
San Francisco, CA  and Sacramento, CA
 8/89 – present Professor
Courses: Ethics, Psychology and Law;
Introduction to Psychotherapy
University of California-Davis School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry

Sacramento, CA
1993 – 2002 Asst. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
Jones and Stephens
Roseville, CA
2/91 – 2/92 Attorney
Wright Institute
Berkeley, CA 
9/90 – 9/92 Psychology Instructor
Course: Ethics and Law
USAF Hospital Beale
Beale AFB, CA
10/85 – 9/90 Chief, Psychology
Chief, Mental Health
Responsibilities: Aerospace Psychology, Hostage Negotiation, Terrorist Assessment, Psychometrics, Forensics, Psychotherapy, Stress Management, Alcohol Evaluations, Security Evaluations, Group
California Psychological Association
Sacramento, CA
2/90 – 2/91 Legislative Asst. (unpaid)
Responsibilities: Legal Research, Legislative Assistant
Eglin Regional Hospital
Eglin AFB, FL
4/82 – 9/85 Chief of Psychology
Responsibilities: Forensics, Psychometric, Psychotherapy, Hypnosis, Hostage Negotiations, Prevention, Consultation
Bridge Agency
Merced, CA
10/74 – 4/82 Program Coordinator
Responsibilities: Prevention Director, Director: People Against Rape, Crisis Line Director, Clinical Supervision, Director of the Battered Women’s Program, Psychotherapy, Supervision Family therapy, Child Therapy, Director of Prevention Services
Counseling Associates
Private Practice
Merced, CA
12/79 – 4/82 Psychotherapist
Responsibilities: Child Psychotherapy, Family and Marital Therapy, Adult Psychotherapy
University of San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
2/80 – 2/82 Instructor
Responsibilities: Abnormal Psychology, Counseling Group Therapy Courses
Stanislaus County Mental Health
Modesto, CA
9/77 – 7/79 Psychology Intern
Responsibilities: Psychotherapy, Prevention, Psychometrics, Marital and Family
Southern Illinois University
School of Medicine

Springfield, IL
10/73 – 7/74 Research Assistant
Responsibilities: Computer Coding, Study Design
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, IL
9/72 – 6/73 Research Assistant
Responsibilities: Learning Theory, Study Design
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, IL
12/71 – 8/73 Crisis Line Volunteer
Responsibilities: Crisis Counseling, Volunteer Training
CURRENT INTERESTS:
Neuroscience; Memory; Psychology of Sexual Abuse; Evaluation of Offenders; Ethics; Relationship of Theoretical Physics to Psychological Science and Theory; Psychology of Homicide; Espionage; Forensic Psychology, Applications of Wizards research on human lie detection to forensic work.