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STEVEN JOHN PHILLIPSON, Ph.D.

Center for Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy

137 East 36th Street, Suite #4New York, NY 10016

(212)686-6886 ~ fax (212)686-0943

 

EDUCATION:

LICENSE:

New York State #10863

June 1991

 

Ph.D.

Clinical and School PsychologyHofstra UniversityHempstead, NYAPA Accreditation (Full)

December 1989

 

 

School Psychologist Certification:

August 1986

 

M.A.

Clinical PsychologyTowson State UniversityTowson, MD

May 1984

 

B.S.

PsychologyLynchburg CollegeLynchburg, VA

May 1982

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

 

 

American Association of Sexual Educators, Counselors, and TherapistsAssociation for the Advancement of Behavior TherapyAmerican Psychological AssociationCHI-BETA-PHI National Honor Science FraternityObsessive-Compulsive FoundationNew York State Psychological Association

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

 

1997 to present

CENTER FOR COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL PSYCHOTHERAPY137 East 36th StreetSuite #4New York, NY 10016 (212)686-6886

 

 

Position: Clinical Director

 

 

Provide cognitive-behavioral supervision to pre-licensed staff, Conduct individual and group therapy to an urban outpatient clinical population, specifically specializing in the treatment of anxiety related disorders, couples counseling, and sexual dysfunctions.

1991 - Present

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY441 E. Fordham Rd.Bronx, NY 10458

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY18 Bishop PlaceNew Brunswick, NJ 08901

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY525 W 120th StreetNew York, New York 10027

HOFSTRA UNIVERSITYHempstead, NY 11549

YESHIVA UNIVERSITY1165 Morris Park AvenueBronx, NY 10461

PACE UNIVERSITY861 Bedford Rd.Pleasantville, NY 10570

ST. JOHNS UNIVERSITY8000 Utopia ParkwayQueens, New York 11439

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY285 Madison AvenueMadison, NJ 07940

CW POST720 Northern Blvd.Brookville, NY 11548

 

Position:Adjunct Faculty/Site Supervisor

 

Providing training and supervision for Ph.D., Psy.D., and Masters level candidates in both group and individual cognitive-behavior therapy.

1989 - 1997

INSTITUTE FOR BEHAVIOR THERAPY137 East 36th StreetNew York, NY 10016

 

 

Position: Senior Staff Psychologist

 

 

Individual and group cognitive-behavior therapy with specialization in the treatment of anxiety-related disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, couples counseling, and sexual dysfunctions. Provided supervision for non-licensed staff.

 

June 1986-August 1990

HOFSTRA UNIVERSITYHempstead, NY 11550

 

 

Position: Adjunct Instructor in Psychology

 

 

Supervisor: Dr. J. Vane, Department Chairperson

1985 - 1987

MONMOUTH REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOLTinton Falls, NJ

 

 

Position: School Psychologist, Per diem assessments.

 

1979 - 1982

LYNCHBURG COLLEGELynchburg, VA 24501

 

 

Position: Laboratory Assistant

 

 

Supervision of introductory psychology lab sessions. Grading both objective and essay introduction to psychology exams. Grading introductory laboratory reports. Training of first-year laboratory assistants during second and third years.

 

1979 - 1980

MARLBORO PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALRoute 520Marlboro, NJ

 

 

Position: Human Services Technician

 

 

Monitoring behavior as a function of medication levels. Coordination of daily activities. Implementing behavior modification programs. Report writing/progress notes.

 

INTERNSHIP PLACEMENTS:

 

June 1983-June 1984

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY/SCHOOL OF MEDICINEand JOHN F. KENNEDY INSTITUTE707 BroadwayBaltimore, MD

 

 

Position: Predoctoral Intern, Department of Behavioral Psychology

 

 

Participation in the interdisciplinary evaluation and management of problems associated with developmental disabilities. Direct assessment and treatment of behavioral deficits and disorders in a variety of pediatric populations. Provision of systematic training in behavior management skills to parents and families of mentally and physically handicapped children. Consultation with other disciplines and agencies providing services to the developmentally disabled. Biofeedback treatment for pediatric behavioral/medical problems of both an inpatient and outpatient population.

 

 

 

Supervisor: Terry Page, Ph.D.Director of Clinical Services,Division of Behavioral Psychology

 

July 1986-July 1987

INSTITUTE FOR BEHAVIOR THERAPY137 East 36th StreetNew York, NY 10016

 

 

Position: Predoctoral Fellow

 

 

Implementation of cognitive-behavioral approaches toward an adult out-patient population, through individual and group therapy. Application of bio-behavioral technology to a behavioral medicine population (e.g. migraine headaches, hypertension, etc.).

 

September 1985-June 1986

FREEPORT PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTFreeport, NY 11520

 

 

Position: School Psychology Intern

 

Administration and interpretation of psychoeducational test batteries. Provide systematic instruction and devise behavioral protocols for special education staff.

 

PRACTICUM PLACEMENTS:

 

1985 - 1987

PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION AND RESEARCH CENTERHofstra UniversityHempstead, NY 11550

 

Duties: Devise and implement behavioral management programs for adults, children, and parents. Aptitude, achievement, and personality assessments for children and adults.

 

 

Supervisor: Robert Motta, Ph.D.

 

1985

KINGS PARK PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALKings Park, Long Island, NY

 

Duties: Conduct both individual and group counseling sessions for clients on an acute ward.

 

 

Supervisor: Thomas Garrett, Ph.D.

 

1985 - 1986

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK - FARMINGDALECounseling CenterFarmingdale, NY

 

Duties: Conduct intake interviews, and provide diagnosis using DSM-III nosology.

 

 

Supervisor: Andrew Burger, Ph.D.

 

PRESENTATIONS:

 

 

Discussion pertaining to the characteristics of OCD. Live Interview for CNN International, April 15th, 2006.

 

 

Treatment of the Obsessive-Compulsive Disordered Client. Current lecturer at the Institute For Behavior Therapy's Continuing Education Program (APA accreditation).

 

 

Recent Advances in the Understanding and Treatment of the Purely Obsessional and Responsibility O.C. Presentation given at the Obsessive Compulsive Foundation (Philadelphia Chapter), October 10, 1993.

 

 

Treatment of the Obsessive-Compulsive Disordered Client. Presentation given at St. Barnabus Hospital, Bronx, NY, January 1993.

 

 

An Evening with Dr. Steven Phillipson: Treatment of the Purely Obsessional and Other Matters. Nationally distributed film produced for the Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation (National Headquarters, New Haven, CT.), 1991.

 

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS:

 

 

Phillipson, S.J. (1994). Speak of the Devil. Article published in the OCD Newsletter. New Haven: The OC Foundation.

 

 

Phillipson, S.J. (1992). Guilt beyond a reasonable Doubt. Article published in the OCD Newsletter. New Haven: The OC Foundation.

 

 

Phillipson, S.J. (1991). Thinking the unthinkable. Article published in the OCD Newsletter. New Haven: The OC Foundation.

 

 

Phillipson, S.J. (1990). The relationship of bulimia and restraint to weight loss success among obese patients. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Hofstra University, New York.

 

 

Parrish, J., Capriatti, R., Warzack, B., Phillipson, S.J., & Wells, T. (1985). Multi-variant analysis of juvenile fire setters. Paper presented at AABT in Houston, Texas.