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BRIEF CURRICULUM VITAE
JAMES D. REID, Ph.D.
Clinical & Forensic Psychology
Missouri License PY 01777 

EDUCATION 

Post-Doc  

Doctoral Respecialization in Clinical Psychology
The California School of Professional Psychology
Berkeley/Alameda, California
Degree Awarded September, 1994

Post-Doc

Mental Health and Aging
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, Pennsylvania
1988-1990

Ph.D.

Experimental Psychology
Developmental Subspecialty
Fordham University
Bronx, New York
Degree Awarded May, 1988

M.A.

 Psychology
Fordham University
Bronx, New York
Degree Awarded May, 1984

B.A.

Psychology
City University of New York
Staten Island, New York
Degree Awarded June, 1982

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS 

American Psychological Association (Membership Began 1982)

Division 44 Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Issues
Division 41 American Psychology-Law Society

Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (Membership Began 2004)
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Clinical Associate (Membership Began 2010)

President 1998-1999
President Elect 1997-1998
Co-Chair Ethics Committee 1996-1997

The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (Membership Began 2012)

RECENT CLINICAL EXPERIENCE 

12/00-Present

Clinical & Forensic Psychology

Psychological Service Center
7 North Jackson, Suite 100
Clayton, Missouri 63105

3/05-Present

Expert Medical Witness

Social Security Administration
Office of Disability Adjudication and Review
1100 Main, Suite 1700
Kansas City, Missouri 64105
Expert medical testimony in Social Security Disability appeals cases.

12/95-Present

Supervisor in Clinical Psychology

Clinical Psychology Program
Washington University in St. Louis,
St. Louis, Missouri 63130
Supervisor for doctoral program in clinical psychology.

RECENT CONTINUING EDUCATION 

2017 –  LGBTQ Clients and Family Law in a Post-Obergefell Era

2017 – How Coaching Matters for Family Matters

2017 – Parenting Coordination: Practice Foundations

2017 – The Model Standards and Beyond: Custody Evaluations and Risk Management

2017  – Joint Physical Custody and the Morgan Decision: What is ‘Significant, Continuing and Meaningful Contact’ Between Parents and Children after Separation or Divorce?

2016 – Transgender Spectrum Conference

2016 – Forensic Report Writing

2016 – Interviewing Children to Preserve Accurate Testimony

2016 – Custody Evaluations: The Essentials

2016 – Conducting Forensic Assessments and Reviews: Ethical and Evidentiary Considerations

2016 – Evidence and Courtroom Procedures for Forensic Psychologists

2016 – The Terrible Teens: Problems, Pitfalls and Practical Solutions for Working with Families of Teens Who have Moved from the Carseat to the Driver’s Seat

2015 – Introduction to Family Law for Non-Lawyers

2014 – The Model Standards and Beyond: Custody Evaluations and Risk Management

2014 – Parenting Coordination: Strategies for Helping Parents Improve Communication and Reduce Conflict

2014 – Whatever Happened to the Cleavers? Understanding Real Parents and Children in Family Court

2014 – Evaluating Child Sexual Abuse Allegations in Context of Child Custody Evaluations: Myths, Current Research, and Techniques,

2014 – Integrating the Good Lives Model into Sexual Offender Treatment: An Advanced Skills Workshop

2014 – Midwest LGBTQ Law Conference; New Frontiers

2014 – The Essentials of Parenting Coordination: Helping High Conflict Parents Resolve Post-Separation Disputes

2014 – Pitfalls, Process and Prescriptions: Advanced Strategies for Managing Parenting Coordination Cases

2011 – Becoming a Full-Time Collaborative Peacemaker: A “Master Class

2011 – Advanced Use of the MMPI-2-RF in Child Custody Evaluations

2011 – Child-Informed Mediation with High Conflict Families: Research and Practice on Including the Child’s Voice in Mediation

2011 – Parenting Coordination: AFCC and APA Guidelines

2011 – Advanced Ethical Considerations for Custody Work: The Do’s and Don’ts

2011 – From Limited Focus to Comprehensive Child Custody Evaluations: A Provider’s Guide

2011 – Family and Collaborative Systems.

2011 – Mediation Training. Pursuant to Missouri Supreme Court Rules 18 and 88

2010  – “Combat Veterans with PTSD and Their Families: Assessment and Treatment Issues”

2010  – “Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice: Preventions and Interventions for Impasse”

2009  – “The Battle between Abuse and Alienation”