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J.D. Smith Vita 1 Curriculum Vitae Jerry Don Smith Jr., Psy.D. A. Personal History Address: Private Phone: Private Citizenship: USA Educational History Doctorate of Psychology Major: Clinical Psychology American School of Professional Psychology-Argosy Univ./Dallas, Dallas, Texas Master of Arts Major: Clinical Psychology American School of Professional Psychology-Argosy Univ./Dallas, Dallas, Texas Master of Arts Major: Counseling Amberton University, Garland, Texas Bachelor of Science Major: Psychology & Political Science Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas Formal Training: Conflict Mediation Certification High School Diploma Lakenheath American High School, RAF Lakenheath, England, UK Awards/Honors Top Crisis Negotiation Team in South Central Region – Federal Bureau of Prisons Special Acts Awards – FCC Beaumont, TX “Superior” Departmental Rating – FCC Beaumont, TX Honor Graduate – Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Black Graduate Student Association Academic Award Recipient Presidential Academic Achievement Scholarship Howard Hughes Medical Internship – competitive position Dean’s Distinguished Student List Professional Positions Clinical Psychologist (GS-12), Federal Bureau of Prisons, Beaumont, Texas. Duties: Train staff in recognizing and managing emotional, behavioral, and personality disorders; provide assessment and referral services related to the Employee Assistance Program; developed and provided behavioral management and treatment program for high security restricted housing unit; developed psychological treatment protocol for high security "gang deprogramming unit," restricted programming unit, and segregation step-down unit; instructor for Suicide Prevention, Sexual Assault Intervention and Prevention, Managing the Mentally Ill, and Employee Assistance Program (assistant instructor for Crisis Management Teams and National Incident Management System's Incident Command System); monitor annual Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) data and prepare annual report; Sexual Assault Intervention and Prevention Program subject-matter expert for executive staff. Adjunct Faculty, Lamar State College – Orange, Orange, Texas. Duties: Teach forensic science course focusing on forensic psychology. Psychology Intern (GS-9), Federal Bureau of Prisons, Tallahassee, Florida. Duties: Conduct psychological assessments, mental health consultation, and treatment mentally ill inmates; provide crisis interventions, lower custody evaluations, gate pass evaluations, medication fitness evaluations, etc. ; perform correctional worker duties including conducting census counts, fog watches, contraband searches, etc. Psychology Intern, Henry Wade Juvenile Justice Center-Dallas County Juvenile Detention Center, Dallas, Texas. Duties: Conduct forensic evaluations to determine holistic treatment needs of juvenile offenders; provide counseling for detained juveniles to facilitate adjustment to highly structured and restricted environments, address family problems and substance abuse issues; provide counseling to youths on probation to address persistent mental health issues; provide crisis counseling and screenings; approx. 900 hours completed. Doctoral Practicum Student, Premiere RehabWorks, Inc., Irving, Texas. Duties: Conduct psychological evaluations to determine eligibility for Chronic Pain Management program, suitability for surgery, etc.; administer personality and pain assessment instruments; provide cognitive-behavioral based individual therapy to chronic pain clients; provide Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and educational classes; approx. 60 hours completed. Adjunct Faculty (Human Development), Richland College, Richardson, Texas. Duties: Teach course curriculum in human development; foster academic, personal, and social development; maintain grading system for classes of average size 25 students.

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J.D. Smith Vita 2 Adjunct Faculty (Human Development), Northlake College, Irving, Texas. Duties: Teach course curriculum in human development; foster academic, personal, and social development; maintain grading system for classes of average size 25 students. Doctoral Practicum Student, Lake Pointe Psychology and Pain Management Centre, Rockwall, Texas. Duties: Conduct psychological evaluations on individuals applying for disability; provide diagnostic opinions to help determine qualifications for disability status; administer intelligence, achievement, personality instruments; administer neurological batteries; participate in service expansion strategizing; approx. 690 hours completed. President, Student Government Association, Argosy University/Dallas, Dallas, Texas. Duties: Oversee operation of student government; establish new governing rules and regulations to facilitate the functioning of the student government; oversee the functioning and work performance of elected and appointed student government officers and delegates; serve as chief voice of the student body; address student concerns with university administration; establish yearly budget; represent the university at outreach and recruitment functions; serve on various university advisory committees; promote the academic and professional development of constituency; insure compliance with the government constitution, rules and procedures. Student Therapist, Timberlawn Psychiatric Hospital, Dallas, Texas. Duties: Conduct individual, group, and family therapy; participate as member of psychiatric treatment team; conduct assessment interviews; provide crisis intervention; perform physical restraint and escorting of patients; provide case management services; 300 hours completed. Admissions Counselor, Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Prospective Student Center, Texas A&M University, Dallas, Texas. Duties: Open university’s first regional recruitment office; recruit students from diverse backgrounds; establish positive public university image in regional area; serve as university representative at recruitment and community functions; review admission applications; conduct application workshops; conduct admission presentations to student, parent, school faculty and administration, and community-based groups ranging from 5 to 500 attendees; represent university at college and career fairs; establish strategic recruitment plans that address socio-economic and psychological needs of prospective students, their families, and their communities. Federal Case Manager, Perry F. Bradley Community Sanction Center, Volunteers of America, Fort Worth, Texas. Duties: Provide case management services for 40-60 federal prisoners; provide counseling and risk management services to clients; conduct living skills workshops and help facilitate drug treatment groups; insure contract compliance with federal government and licensing agencies; insure facility security and integrity; monitor the movements of prisoners in the community; serve as on-call supervisor. Facility Caseworker, Dallas Youth Academy-Last Chance Program, Correctional Service Corporation, Dallas, Texas. Duties: Provide case management services to incarcerated youths between the ages of 13 and 17; provide counseling services to youths and their families, including behavioral and substance abuse related issues; monitor behavioral and mental development for societal reintegration; insure contract compliance with county government; work within an established correctional program structure. Volunteer, Gender Issues Educational Services, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Duties: Assist with office duties; provide student assistance locating local resources; promote awareness of gender, sex, and sexual orientation issues. Mediator, Student Conflict Resolution Services, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Duties: Facilitate mediation process, provide alternative conflict resolution to litigation; maintain a neutral position during mediation process, insure all parties have input and an investment in the process, promote learning of conflict management skills in disputants; document mediation results when required. Student Worker, Student Conflict Resolution Services, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Duties: Perform disciplinary background checks; assist judicial officers, legal staff, and mediation coordinator; process judiciary cases; inform students/service users of various processes and procedures relevant to the provided service. Resident Advisor, Department of Residence Life, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Duties: Provide leadership and build community for 154 males residents; serve as counselor/advisor in academic, personal, and social matters; promote and enforce university rules and regulations; program educational and social events for residence hall community. Chairperson, Publicity/Public Relations Chair, Training Coordinator, People Enthusiastic About Cultural Education (P.E.A.C.E.), Office of Diversity Ed, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Duties: Supervise team of 7 sub-chairs; report directly to the Office of Diversity Education Coordinator; develop and implement diversity education programs for university and local communities; facilitate educational programs and workshops to groups ranging from students to staff and faculty to professional organizations, varying from 5 to 200 attendees.

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J.D. Smith Vita 3 Intern, Howard Hughes Medical Internship Program, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Duties: Provide research assistance for university faculty; utilize computer technology for research measurements and analysis; compile extensive analysis reports. Professional Activities Contributing Writer at Journal of Criminology & Justice. Recruitment Coordinator, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Beaumont, Texas. Crisis/Hostage Negotiation Team – Mental Health Expert, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Beaumont, Texas. American Red Cross - Mental Health Volunteer, Tallahassee, Florida. Student Body President, Student Affairs Committee, Argosy University/ Dallas, Dallas, Texas. President’s Black Former Students Advisory Board, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Office of Diversity Education representative, Vice-President of Student Affairs Advisory Board, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Staff representative, Residence Hall Judicial Board, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Presentations/Publications/Media Appearances Somasundaram, S., Smith, J., Akins, K., & Nowazek, V. (March, 2012). A panel discussion on bioterrorism and biosecurity. University of Houston – Sugar Land. Smith, J.D. (February, 2012). The role of abuse in the conversion to militant martyrdom. Journal of Criminology & Justice. Smith, J.D. (December, 2011). Did someone say mind control? How the terrorist mind is molded. Journal of Criminology & Justice. Smith, J.D. (November, 2011). A brief history of martyrdom. Journal of Criminology & Justice. Smith, J.D. (November, 2011). Defining martyrdom typologies. Journal of Criminology & Justice. Smith, J.D. (September, 2011). Stressing out: stress & the minority communities. Altruistic Leadership Quarterly. Smith, J.D. (July, 2011). Sexual deviance as a by-product of societal confusion. Journal of Criminology & Justice. Smith, J.D. (July, 2011). Psychological profiling of hostage takers in prison. Journal of Criminology & Justice. Smith, J.D. (May, 2011). Competency vs. Responsibility. Journal of Criminology & Justice. Smith, J.D. (May, 2011). Social media influence on justice. Journal of Criminology & Justice. Smith, J.D. (January 26, 2011). Take-A-Lesson: uncovering hidden mentors for diverse leaders PODCAST. Altruistic Leadership. Smith, J.D. & Williams, J.S. (December 10, 2010). Jerry, Jacqui, Judgment or Jesus – Part II. Altruistic Support Network BlogTalkRadio. Smith, J.D. & Williams, J.S. (December 3, 2010). Jerry, Jacqui, Judgment or Jesus – Part I. Altruistic Support Network BlogTalkRadio. Smith, J.D. (July-December 2010). Abstract: Trauma and frustration as predictors of martyrdom in low SES Palestinian males. Journal of Unabridged Genius, 2(2). Smith, J.D. (2010, August 14). Social psychology of Alcoholics Anonymous. The Free Library. Smith, J.D. & Walston, M. Intelligence collecting with child victims of hostage events. Federal Correctional Complex – Beaumont, Texas. Smith, J.D. Preventing suicide in a correctional setting. Federal Correctional Complex – Beaumont, Texas. Smith, J.D. Trauma and frustration as predictors of martyrdom in low SES Palestinian males. Argosy University/Dallas, Texas. Smith, J.D. Influences on suicide trends. Federal Correctional Institution – Tallahassee, Florida. Smith, J.D. Dissociative anaethetics. Argosy University/Dallas, Texas. Smith, J.D. The psychology of martyrdom. Argosy University/Dallas, Texas. Smith, J.D. & Smyth, C. Diversity in engineering. National Association of Engineering Student Councils, College Station, Texas. Smith, J.D. & P.E.A.C.E. Gender issues in the class room. Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Smith, J.D. & P.E.A.C.E. Cultural diversity in the dorm room. Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Specialized Training Basic Mediation National Crime Information Center (NCIC) /National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (NLETS), Practitioner Correctional Training Program Phase I & II Interview Techniques, Panel Interview Federal Law Enforcement Training Center – Introduction to Correctional Techniques

J.D. Smith Vita 4 Federal Bureau of Prisons Mentoring Program Federal Bureau of Prisons' Psychologist Training - Management and Specialty Training Center National Incident Management System (NIMS) IS-100.a - Introduction to the Incident Command System – Emergency Management Institute National Incident Management System (NIMS) IS-200.a - ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents Emergency Management Institute Management System (NIMS) IS-700 - National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction Management System (NIMS) IS-800 - National Response Framework, An Introduction Instructor Skills Regional Crisis Management Teams Maneuvers - Ft. Hood, TX Leadership Development Management System (NIMS) I-300 - Incident Command System, Intermediate Management System (NIMS) I-400 - Incident Command System, ICS, Advanced Federal Bureau of Prisons Crisis Negotiations Team national training Hostage Negotiations (annual certification) Fire Arms (annual certification) Bus Prisoner Transport Membership in Professional Associations Academy of Behavioral Profiling (Affiliate Member, Criminology) Behavior Online (Charter Member) International Association of Hostage Negotiators (Life Member) Texas Association of Hostage Negotiators (Member) Clinical Research Project & Interests Dissertation Title: Trauma and frustration as predictors of martyrdom in low SES Palestinian males. Ego strength-frustration tolerance model (ES-FT) of predicting violent behavior, crisis negotiation, conflict resolution, religious studies, martial arts, reading.

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