ALICE SILVERSTEIN, MA
142 Lynnbrook Dr.
Eugene, OR 97404
Web: alicesilversteinlmft.com// email: firstname.lastname@example.org
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS
Oregon - Marriage and Family Therapist #T 1018
New Mexico – Marriage and Family Therapist #200
California – Marriage, Family and Child Counselor # MFC 23199
Master of Arts degree in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling. August 2, 1985. American Academy of Family Studies/John F. Kennedy University, Orinda, CA
Bachelor of Arts degree, June 6, 1967. Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
Graduate, June, 1963. Bronx High School of Science, Bronx, NY
August 1983 – November 1994 & April 1998 – Current
Psychotherapist and EAP Counselor in private practice. Specializing in relationship counseling; chemical dependency and codependency assessment, treatment and recovery issues; mood disorders; PTSD; crisis intervention; stress management; AIDS/HIV; anxiety disorders; compulsive gambling; domestic violence; panic disorder; childhood sexual abuse recovery; rape; sexual dysfunction, blended families, LGBTQ and polyamory issues; Collaborative Divorce; solution-focused cognitive behavioral psychotherapy with adult individuals, couples, families and groups, from a Family Systems perspective.
July 1999 – July 2000
Clinical Care Manager
Aspen Behavioral Health, Albuquerque, NM
Part-time position, providing assessment, referral and ongoing psychiatric/substance abuse clinical case management for covered members and dependents for all Cimarron Health Plan commercial and Medicaid accounts. Managed all adult hospital admissions and stays.
March 1996 – February 1998
Clinical Care Manager and Clinical Supervisor
United Behavioral Health, San Francisco, CA
Provision of assessment, referral and ongoing psychiatric/substance abuse/EAP clinical case management for covered members and dependents under numerous health plans nationwide. Provided staff training on substance abuse treatment; designated substance abuse specialist for care management team. Served on the Quality Assurance Committee. As Clinical Supervisor, provided clinical supervision for a team of Clinical Care Managers and Team Assistants. Position involved staff training, evaluation and monitoring complaint resolution, hiring and interviewing, and quality improvement.
February 1995 – January, 1996
Clinical Case Manager
Value Behavioral Health, Bellevue, Washington
Provision of assessment, referral, and ongoing psychiatric/substance abuse/EAP clinical case management for Boeing Company employees and their dependents. Provision of clinical review and certification of treatment for all levels of individual and institutional providers in a managed care setting.
November 1985 – November 1994
Family Program Manager/ Chemical Dependency Counselor III
St. Vincent Hospital, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Provision of primary care and education to chemically dependent adults and their families in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Individual, family, group, multiple family group, conjoint therapy and lecture modalities. Management of Family Care Component of the treatment program. Supervision of staff.
March 1980 – November 1985
Wingspread Comprehensive Health Services for Women, Santa Cruz, California
Provision of individual, family, group and relationship counseling for poly-addicted, chemically dependent women in an outpatient setting.
April 1979 – February 1980
Women’s Crisis Support and Shelter Services, Santa Cruz, California
Management of counseling component of non-profit agency that served female victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Provision of legal advocacy and individual, group, family and relationship counseling.
February 1976 – April 1979
Mental Health Rehabilitation Counselor
Santa Cruz County Mental Health Services, Santa Cruz, California
Provision of social work, crisis intervention and counseling services for socially and emotionally impaired adults.
July 1974 – July 1975
Casa Mesita Group Home, Los Alamos, New Mexico
Administration of therapeutic community and provision of social work and counseling services for emotionally impaired adolescent females.
September 1972 – July 1974: Traveled through Europe; lived on kibbutz in Israel and moved from New York City to Chimayo, NM. Worked at Age of the Son Natural Foods in Santa Fe, NM.
September 1971 – September, 1972
New York City Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program, New York, New York
Provision of individual and group counseling for methadone maintained heroin addicts in an outpatient clinic.
June 1970 – June 1971
Brooklyn Bureau of Community Services, Brooklyn, New York
Provision of individual and family counseling for foster children, their foster families and their biological parents.
June 1968 – June 1970
New York City Department of Social Services, Brooklyn, New York
Provision of social casework for recipients of public assistance and their families.
June 1967 – May 1968
Researcher, Special Projects Department
CBS News, New York, New York
Answered research inquiries for writers of national broadcast news organization.
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), Clinical Membership, 1992.
Past Board Member: New Mexico Association for Marriage & Family Therapy
With C.L. Productions, wrote and was featured in a successful, nationally distributed chemical dependency treatment video, Relationships in Recovery, 1994.
Attended and conducted numerous workshops and trainings on chemical dependency, codependency, relationships, family systems, the grief process, mindful therapy, brief therapy and other issues.
EMDR, Level II trained.
COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE: Trained Divorce Coach