Kathi A. Borden (PhD)Professor
Department of Clinical Psychology
Child and Family Consultant
Psychological Services Center
Professor and Chairperson, Department of Clinical Psychology Antioch New England Graduate School, Keene, NH
Administration and program development in APA accredited Psy.D. Program. Supervision of faculty and support staff. Teach doctoral classes. Supervise dissertations and clinical work. Develop child, parenting and family programs in Psychological Services Center. Represent the Psy.D. program at national meetings. Served on campus-wide Academic Team and President’s Council. 1998-2004.
Director, Doctor of Psychology Program (1987-1998)
Professor of Clinical Psychology (effective 1996; Associate Professor 1988-1996; Assistant Professor 1986-1988) Pepperdine University, Culver City, CA
Administration and development of APA accredited Psy.D. program. Directed program through initial and subsequent APA accreditation cycles achieving full accreditation in the first year of program eligibility. Taught in masters and doctoral programs in clinical psychology. Supervised dissertations and student clinical work. Academic advising. Represented the Psy.D. program at national meetings.
AIDS Service Center, Pasadena, CA
Volunteer psychologist for the Center, conducting individual and group supervision of masters and doctoral students in psychology and social work. Supervisees did group, individual, couples and family therapy with people infected with or affected by HIV-spectrum illness. Trainer for child Buddy program since its inception. Designed parenting program.
1988 – 1990
Clinical Psychology Fellow
Olive View Medical Center of Los Angeles County
Postdoctoral supervised training experience in individual and group therapy and psychological testing of adult and adolescent psychiatric inpatients. Supervision of doctoral practicum students. Clinical research projects.
1984 – 1986
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology & Stress Institute Faculty Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL
Teaching and academic advising in graduate and undergraduate programs, as well as in Stress Institute programs designed for medical and mental health professionals. Director of masters programs (1985 ; 1986). Supervision of research theses. Coordination of internships.
1982 – 1984
Project Coordinator, Pediatric Psychopharmacology Project
University of Illinois, Chicago, IL
Administration and supervision of the assessment, treatment, and research components of an NIMH-funded project on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Supervision of masters and doctoral level project assistants. Grant writing.
1982 – 1985
Emergency Room Crisis Worker
Ravenswood Hospital Medical Center
Hospital-referred, walk-in and telephone crisis intervention. Consultations with medical patients and staff.
1982 – 1983
Clinical Psychology Intern
Ravenswood Hospital Community Mental Health Center
APA approved internship focusing on child, adolescent and adult outpatient services including individual, couples, and family therapy. Emergency room, walk-in, and telephone crisis work. Community education. Consultation with medical patients and staff, schools, and community agencies. Diagnostic testing. Grant writing. Research committees focusing on senior citizens and single parents.
1981 – 1982
Clinic Assistant, Psychological Clinic University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Assistantship at an outpatient facility run by the Clinical Division of the University Psychology Department. Intake evaluations and diagnostic testing. Therapy with individuals with chronic and severe disorders. Supervision of beginning doctoral students. Crisis intervention. Administrative responsibilities.
1979 – 1981
Child and Family Therapy Intern, Child-Adolescent Program
Champaign County Mental Health Center
Member of multidisciplinary team working with children, adolescents and their families. Parent training for single, married and “pre-” parents. Child therapy groups. School and community consultation. Training of new interns. Program evaluation.
1978 ; 1979
Practicum Student Therapist
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Student Counseling Center
Student therapist working with undergraduate and graduate students seeking assistance a the student counseling center. Individual therapy. Interest and vocational testing.