Michael Kesselman's Discourse

Résumé

MICHAEL S. KESSELMAN, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist

Shaw-Sixth Square
5100 North Sixth, Suite 114 Fresno, California 93710
(559) 222-7507

License Number PSY8012
Web Page: MICHAELKESSELMAN.NET

EDUCATION

September, 1974 – December, 1978
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno, California.

Dissertation; “An Analysis of a Self-Management Approach as a Treatment for Insomnia”

September, 1965 – December, 1969
B.A. Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles. Business Administration-Minor.

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES

July, 1983 Licensed Psychologist. California License PSY8012.

July, 1993 QME License Number 917911

PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

January, 1991 – December, 1992
Chairperson Colleague Assistance and Support Committee – California State Psychological Association.

January, 1988 – December, 1989
Board of Directors, California State Psychological Association

January, 1986 – December, 1987
Board of Directors, California State Psychological Associate, Division of Clinical and Professional Psychology

January, 1984 – January, 1986

Editor-In-Chief, The Professional Psychologist, California State Psychological Association, Division of Clinical and Professional Psychology Newsletter.

PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS

June, 1999 – The ABC’s of Workers’ Compensation Rules and Regulations, Fresno, CA

November, 1999 - The ABC’s of Workers’ Compensation Rules and Regulations, San Jose, CA

December, 1999 - The ABC’s of Workers’ Compensation Rules and Regulations, Sacramento, CA

June, 2009 – Guidelines for Workers’ Compensation Treatment and Evaluation, Fresno, CA

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

July, 1983 – Present
Psychologist – private practice.

March, 1981 – September, 1984
Psychologist, Central Valley Regional Center, Inc. (part-time) Population: Developmentally disabled and children at high risk of becoming developmentally disabled.
Responsibilities: Psychodiagnostic testing; team review: eligibility determination, treatment plan, evaluation and problem case reviews; staff consultation – case centered; interagency consultation – case centered; and family consultations. Supervisor: Allen Middleton, Ph.D. (Licensed)

January, 1982 – June, 1983
Psychological Assistant, Allan G. Hedberg, to Ph.D. psychologist - private practice. Half-time. Population: Adults and children. Responsibilities: Psychological evaluations: personality, intelligence, developmental disability, neuropsychological and forensic assessment; individual, couple, family and group therapy; bio-feedback training; and research assistant.

May, 1979 – January, 1981
Psychologist, Fresno County Mental Health – Adolescent Day Treatment. Full- time. Population: Severely disturbed treatment team for 12 adolescents and their families.

September, 1977 – July, 1978
Psychology Intern, Madera County Mental Health (20 hrs/wk). Population: Adult and Children out-patients in a rural community setting

September, 1976 – July, 1977
Psychology Intern, Merced County Mental Health (20 hrs/wk). Population: Adult and children out-patients in a rural community setting.

September, 1975 – July, 1976
Psychology Intern, Veterans Administration Hospital, Fresno (15 hrs/wk). Population: Short-term in-patient and out-patient clinic for veterans with chronic disturbances.

October, 1974 – July 1975
Student Intern, Kate School for Emotionally Disturbed Children (15 hrs/wk). Population: Children and adolescents with severe emotional disturbances.

July, 1969 – July, 1970
Research Assistant, Peter Bentler, Ph.D., UCLA. Responsibilities: Supervised data collection and preparation for computer analysis.

REFERENCES

Letters available upon request.