Curriculum Vitae
James R. Womack, Ph.D

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Presentations and Teaching Experience

December 1990 to
August 2005

Various forensic and general clinical seminars for predoctoral interns, Federal Medical Center, Fort Worth, Texas

January 1981 to
May 1981
Taught an undergraduate course in Educational Psychology, University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi

Research Experience

1984 The Effectiveness of Imagery, Breathing, and Stress Inoculation for the Management of Experimentally Induced Pain. Dissertation Abstracts International

Continuing Education

November 19, 2011   

Risk Assessment and Risk Management of Juvenile Offenders,
TPA (3 hours)

November 18, 2011 Capital Murder, Competence to Stand Trial, and Mental Retardation, TPA (2 hours)
November 18, 2011

Using TPA Publications to Teach Ethics Courses, TPA (2 hours)

November 18, 2011   

Topics in Sex Offender Evaluation and Treatment: Threat, Public
Policy, and Roles of Psychologists (2 hours)

November 17, 2011    Female Sex Offenders: They Really Do Exist, TPA (2 hours)
November 17, 2011   

Reuniting Families Where There Has Been Sexual Abuse, TPA (2 hours)

September 22, 2011

Ethical Issues in Providing Testimony on Risk Assessment, TPA (4 hours)

September 22, 2011

Violence Risk Assessment-What’s New in Texas Case Law, TPA (4 hours)

March 13, 2011 Schizophrenia, Addendum 2007 (1 hour)
March 13, 2011

Hallucinogens and Dissociative Drugs (1 hour)

December 10, 2010    

Personality Assessment Inventories (PAI & PAI-A) Overview and Advanced Clinical and Forensic Applications of the PAI (6 hours)

November 4, 2010

DSM-V:  Its Time Has Finally Come, TPA (1 hour)

November 4, 2011 DSM-V and Its Predecessors, TPA (2 hours)
November 4, 2010

WMS-IV: A Flexible Administration Approach, TPA, (2 hours)

August 27, 2010 Ethical Dilemmas Involving Confidentiality (3 hours)
October 10, 11, 2009 

Forensic Applications of the MMPI-2 (12 hours)

April 2009 Ethical & Practical Issues Using Psychological Testing in Forensic Assessment, AAFP (6 hours)
November 2008

Classification Tests in Forensic Assessment, AAFP (7 hours)

November 2008 Psychological Issues in Criminal Cases, AAFP (7 hours)
September 2008 American Psychological Association Ethics Code (2 hours)
October 2007 Clinical Evaluation of Young Offenders and Youth Considered for Transfer to Adult Court
October 2007 Excusing and the New Excuses
June 2007 Sex Offender Assessment:  Scoring the Stable-2007 and Acute 2007
February 2007 Preparing for the Board Certification Exam in Forensic Psychology
February 2007 Custody Evaluations and Risk Management
November 2006 Parental Alienation:  Myths and Facts
November 2006 Medicare and Medicaid Fraud:  Good Documentation-Good Billing
November 2006 Legal, Clinical, and Ethical Issues Arising form the Sex Offender Licensure Statute (Texas)
November 2006 Polices for Mental Health Practice
November 2006 Competency to Stand Trial for Persons with Mental Retardation
May 2006 How to Develop a Successful Psychology Practice in Family Evaluation
February 2006 Conducting Forensic Evaluations in Capital Cases
September 2005 Legal Issues in Behavioral Health
February 2005 Ethical Issues in Forensic Practice
February 2005

Individual Rights and Liberties

February 2005 Sex Offender Commitment:  Risk and Treatment
January 2005 The Insanity Defense in Texas:  Time for Reform?
December 2004 Psychopathy Among Female Offenders
August 2004 Ethics Complaint Review
May 2004 Forensic Applications of the MMPI-2 & MMPI-2 Restructured Clinical Scales
December 2003 Ethics and Liability in Correctional Settings
October 2003 PAI:  Interpretation and Application
August 2003 Assessing/Managing Violence Risk with the HCR-20
August 2003 Assessing Psychopathy with the PCL-R
March 2003 Advanced Forensic Psychology Practice:  Issues and Applications
August 2002 From Clinical to Consultant:  How to Re-tool for the Business World
April 2002 Ethical Principles in the Practice of Mental Health
April 2002 Differential Diagnosis of ADHD in Adults
May 2001 Psychological Testimony:  Clinical And Legal Issues
February 2001 Angry Behavior:  An Advanced Course on the Nature and Treatment of Aggressive and Violent Behavior

(Info on Continuing Education prior to 2000 available on request)

References Available Upon Request

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