1 Jennifer D. Kelly, Psy.D. (née Galbreath) Licensed Clinical Psychologist #PY EDUCATION 2012 Doctor of Clinical Psychology, Neuropsychology Concentration Seattle, WA Washington School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University Doctoral Dissertation: Predicting Dementia and Depression in Older Adults Based on Neuropsychological Test Scores 2009 Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology Seattle, WA Washington School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University 2006 Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Minor in Anthropology Seattle, WA University of Washington LICENSURE 2013 Licensed to practice clinical psychology in the State of Washington #PY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE December 2015 to present Rehab Psychologist, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Virginia Mason Medical Center Provide outpatient treatment in a hospital setting for patients with chronic pain, cognitive disorders, and emotional difficulties. Design cognitive behavioral treatment plans and provide education and training on non-pharmacologic pain management strategies to patients. Collaborate with physiatrists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech therapists, and other members of the multidisciplinary team to provide treatment. Perform psychological evaluations and consultations for spine surgery candidates as part of the complex spine pathway. Collaborate with neurosurgeons on assessing patient outcomes and candidacy for surgery. 17 hours/week September 2015 to present Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Mindful Therapy Group Complete neuropsychological, psychological, and learning disability evaluations, and provide psychotherapy services for an outpatient group practice. Carry a caseload of approximately 25 patients per week. Complete intake interviews for new patients, document diagnostic impressions, and provide treatment recommendations. Design cognitive and psychological treatment goals for treatment plans. Provide cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, and client centered psychotherapy to individuals on an outpatient basis. 25 hours/week July 2013 to September 2015 Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Allenmore Psychological Associates,P.S. Completed neuropsychological, psychological, learning disability, and general disability evaluations, and provided outpatient psychotherapy services for a psychological services
2 Jennifer D. Kelly, Psy.D. 2 outpatient group practice. Provided services for clients referred from physicians, attorneys, the Department of Labor & Industries, among other referral sources, for a range of issues, including depression, anxiety, cognitive disorders, psychotic disorders, medico-legal problems, legal problems, chronic pain, adjustment disorders, eating disorders, chronic medical issues, and personality disorders. Completed approximately 1 evaluation per week and carried a caseload of approximately 25 therapy clients per week. Completed intake interviews for new patients, documented diagnostic impressions, and provided treatment recommendations. Designed cognitive and psychological treatment goals for treatment plans. Provided cognitive behavioral and client centered psychotherapy to individuals on an outpatient basis. This position included one year of contract work at the Department of Social and Health Services, completing an average of 14 disability evaluations per week. March 2013 to July 2013 Psychometrist, Allenmore Psychological Associates, P.S. Supervisors: Brett Copeland, Psy.D., Rebecca Cline, Psy.D. Administered and scored psychological assessment batteries as part of Social Security Disability evaluations for pediatric and adult populations in an outpatient group psychotherapy practice. July 2011 to July 2012 Neuropsychology Pre-Doctoral Intern, Bayside/Westside Neurorehabilitation, Goodwill Industries of Northern New England, APPIC Internship Supervisors: Mark Kiefner, Ph.D., Brian Ablitz, Psy.D. Administered neuropsychological assessment batteries, completed clinical interviews, and wrote neuropsychological reports for patients with acquired brain injury in a large multi-disciplinary outpatient neurorehabilitation clinic. Provided services for patients with traumatic brain injuries, cerebral vascular accidents, concussions, aneurysms, dementia, spinal cord/orthopedic injuries, chronic pain, and psychiatric disorders. Completed 1-2 neuropsychological assessment reports per week. Completed intake interviews for new patients and wrote integrated summaries with diagnostic impressions and treatment recommendations. Designed cognitive and psychological treatment goals for treatment plans. Provided cognitive behavioral and client centered psychotherapy/ rehabilitation therapy to individuals with acquired brain injury on an outpatient basis. Provided interventions for re-learning/developing social pragmatics, behavioral regulation, executive functioning, and memory skills. Lead a modified dialectical behavior therapy group for individuals with acquired brain injury on a weekly basis. Attended weekly didactics, case seminars, grand rounds, and clinical staff trainings. Designed and completed research projects on topics related to brain injury and neurorehabilitation to be presented at neuropsychology conferences. Created and presented community presentations and colloquia on various topics in neurology, including concussion, cognitive flexibility, and substance use. Internship designed to meet full criteria for APA Division 40 Neuropsychology Internships hours/week. September 2010 to May 2011 Pre-intern, Seattle Psychology Center, Argosy University Supervisor: Douglas Whiteside, Ph.D., ABPP Administered both neuropsychological and learning disability assessment batteries to adults with various cognitive disorders. Responsible for scheduling, intakes, reviewing past client records, and selecting test batteries. Integrated test data for the purposes of providing differential diagnoses and treatment/rehabilitation recommendations in psychological reports. Provided cognitive behavioral and client centered psychotherapy to individuals experiencing emotional distress. Appointed to Senior Vice-President of Research in charge of the archival database and a longitudinal psychotherapy outcome research project. Attended didactics, clinical staff meetings, and case conferences. Kept detailed client notes and completed data entry for archival database.
3 Jennifer D. Kelly, Psy.D. 3 Trained practicum students on test administration and interpretation. Responsible for collecting payment, marketing, and other administrative tasks that are required for the operations of an outpatient clinic. 25 hours/week. September 2009 to June 2010 Practicum Student, Virginia Mason Medical Center Supervisor: Kristoffer Rhoads, Ph.D. Administered neuropsychological test batteries to individuals with various neurological and psychological disorders, including Mild Cognitive Impairment, Alzheimer s disease, Parkinson s disease, traumatic brain injury, Multiple Sclerosis, Schizophrenia, brain cancer, vascular dementia, fibromyalgia, and more. Performed testing and provided diagnostic impressions to neurologists for the Memory Disorders Clinic. Reviewed patient medical records and integrated neuropsychological test data for the purposes of providing differential diagnoses and treatment recommendations in integrated reports. Observed and conducted biopsychosocial intake interviews with supervisor. Provided cognitive behavioral and mindfulness-based interventions to individuals experiencing various chronic or acute medical conditions. Attended didactics, clinical staff meetings, case conferences, and grand rounds. Kept detailed client notes and completed data entry for research purposes. Observed an awake craniotomy and cortical brain mapping procedure in the surgery pavilion. Assisted in a WADA procedure for a patient with a seizure disorder. Performed inpatient rounds in hospital with rehabilitation psychologist. 25 hours/week. September 2008 to June 2009 Practicum Student, Cancer Lifeline Supervisor: David Sugarman, Ph.D. Provided client-centered and cognitive behavioral interventions to individuals and families dealing with chronic or acute illness, trauma, grief, and loss. Co-facilitated two support groups for cancer patients and their caregivers in several hospitals in the Greater Seattle area. Staffed the 24- hour hotline to meet the needs of the callers or field their questions to appropriate sources. Completed a psychological assessment battery to assess for chemotherapy-related effects on cognition. Completed a large literature research project and presentation designed to educate the community on effective ways of dealing with the psychological impacts of life-threatening illness and telephone based interventions. Kept detailed client notes and audio recorded sessions for review in supervision. 25 hours/week. TEACHING EXPERIENCE September 2010 to May 2011 Teaching Assistant, Neuropsychological Assessment I and II, Argosy University, Seattle Professor: Douglas Whiteside, Ph.D., ABPP Responsible for instructing class on administration, scoring, and interpretation of neuropsychological tests in an advanced neuropsychological assessment class. Responsible for providing feedback and grades on assignments and neuropsychological integrated reports. September 2009 to December 2009 Teaching Assistant, Integrative Assessment, Argosy University Seattle Professor: Douglas Whiteside, Ph.D., ABPP Responsible for giving students feedback and co-grading assignments for an advanced class covering pertinent topics in psychological assessment. Instructed several class meetings involving test administration and presented on neuropsychological cases for students in a grand rounds format.
4 Jennifer D. Kelly, Psy.D. 4 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE September 2010 to May 2011 Senior Vice President of Research Argosy University Psychology Center In charge of training students on entering data for the collaborative archival psychological assessment database which combines data from Washington State University, the Argosy University Psychology Center, and the Western Washington Medical Group. Head of implementation of a longitudinal psychotherapy outcome study titled Reduction of Attrition from Psychological Services. PRESENTATIONS Galbreath, J.D. (2012, March). Concussion: Assessment, Symptoms, and Treatment. Presentation designed for a community learning event: Living with a Brain Injury: Personal & Professional Points of View. Lewiston, ME. Galbreath, J.D. (2011, October). Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Traumatic Brain Injury. A clinical staff in-service presentation at Bayside Neurorehabilitation, Portland, ME. Galbreath, J.D. (2011, September). Cognitive Flexibility and Traumatic Brain Injury. A clinical staff in-service presentation at Bayside Neurorehabilitation, Portland, ME. Kiefner, M. & Galbreath, J.D. (2011, September). Cognitive Flexibility and Tobacco Use. A clinical staff in-service presentation at MaineHealth Center for Tobacco Independence, Portland, ME. Galbreath, J.D. & Munoff, A. (2009, March). Telephone-administered psychotherapy: Empirical evidence for the support of alternative intervention methods with terminally ill patients. An outreach presentation for community education, Cancer Lifeline, Seattle, WA. PUBLICATIONS Rhoads, K.W., Galbreath, J.D., Siegal, J., Isenberg, N. (2013). Neuropsychological correlates of MRI imaging with volumetric analysis in MCI and Alzheimer's disease. Abstract accepted for presentation to the International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Waikoloa, HI. Loughan, A.R., Perna, R., Galbreath, J.D. (Submitted). Displacement of the Rey Complex Figure: An investigation comparing cognitive profiles in a pediatric clinical sample. Loughan, A.R., Perna, R., Galbreath, J.D. (Accepted 2012, May). Does size matter? An investigation into the Rey Complex Figure in a pediatric clinical sample. Applied Neuropsychology. Whiteside, D.M., Brown, M., & Galbreath, J.D. (2012, June). Classification accuracy of the PAI in compensation seeking and non-compensation seeking mild TBI patients. Abstract accepted for presentation to the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology conference, Seattle, WA. Whiteside, D.M., Galbreath, J.D., & Brown, M. (2012, June). Patterns of responses on the PAI in compensation seeking mild TBI patients. Abstract accepted for presentation to the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology conference, Seattle, WA.
5 Jennifer D. Kelly, Psy.D. 5 Galbreath, J.D., Loughan, A.R., & Perna, R. (2012, March). MMSE score comparisons in a mixed clinical sample of older adults. Abstract accepted for presentation to the American College of Professional Neuropsychology conference, Las Vegas, NV. Loughan, A.R., Perna, R., & Galbreath, J.D. (2012, March). Does size matter? An investigation into the Rey Copy Figure in a pediatric clinical sample. Abstract accepted for presentation to the American College of Professional Neuropsychology conference, Las Vegas, NV. Winner of the Theodore Blau Student Poster Award. Galbreath, J.D. & Perna, R. (2012, February). Utility of the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test in predicting adaptive living skills. Abstract accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, February Whiteside, D. M., Galbreath, J.D., Brown, M. & Turnbull, J. (2011). Differential response patterns on the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) in compensation seeking and noncompensation seeking mild traumatic brain injury patients. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, (1-11). Galbreath, J.D., Whiteside, D.M., Selden, A., & Gabor-Gagea, A. (2010, October). Cognitive Functioning in Depression. Abstract/Poster presented at the Washington State Psychological Association Conference, Seattle, Washington. Galbreath, J.D., Whiteside, D.M., Selden, A., & Gabor-Gagea, A. (2010, June). Cognitive Functioning in Depression. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 24, 574. Abstract/Poster presented at the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology conference, Chicago, Illinois. RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE July 2010 to June 2011 Psychometrist, Virginia Mason Medical Center Supervisor: Kristoffer Rhoads, Ph.D. Administered neuropsychological test batteries to individuals with various neurological disorders in a large non-profit hospital for the Memory Disorders Clinic, inpatient services, and outpatient services. Responsible for scoring, documenting behavioral observations on examinees, and providing results to neuropsychologists. Proficiency in administration of a wide variety of neuropsychological tests required. 25 hours/week. August 2007 to September 2008 Family Support Worker/Therapist, Family Focus, Inc. Supervisor: Jenny Fisher, MA, LICSW Provided in-home intervention, stabilization, therapy, support, and crisis services to families who have children with special needs. Served as a para-educator for Individualized Education Plan classrooms for children with autism, traumatic brain injuries, or challenging behaviors. Utilized Cognitive-Behavioral and Client-Centered techniques for intervention. Designed and implemented plans and programs using Applied Behavior Analysis. 25 hours/week. AFFILIATIONS/COMMUNITY ACTIVITES Member, Pacific Northwest Neuropsychological Society Member, National Society of Collegiate Scholars ( )
6 Jennifer D. Kelly, Psy.D. 6 Vice-President of Member Development, Panhellenic Association, University of Washington ( ) Volunteer, Sound Steps (2006) Volunteer, Ronald McDonald House (2003) Former Registered Counselor in the State of Washington with advanced training in verbal de-escalation and manual restraint HONORS Theodore Blau Student Poster Award: Loughan, A.R., Perna, R., & Galbreath, J.D. (2012, March). Does size matter? An investigation into the Rey Copy Figure in a pediatric clinical sample. Abstract accepted for presentation to the American College of Professional Neuropsychology conference, Las Vegas, NV. Recipient of Argosy University Academic Award Scholarship for a Grade Point Average above a 3.7 ( , , ), Recipient of Argosy University Student Government Association Professional Development Grant (2010, 2011, 2012). University of Washington Dean s List (Autumn 2002, Spring 2003, Annual Dean s List , Winter 2006, Spring 2006). REFERENCES Available upon request