Presently a professor of psychology at an Arizona university, PSY-1166 has over twenty-five years of teaching experience in psychology and psychiatry. She was a professor for many years at Columbia University and, for six years, directed the Sexual Behavior Clinic at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. She is a member of many committees, including the Task Force on Sexually Dangerous Offenders (American Psychiatric Association) and the Juvenile Sex Offender Treatment Protocol Panel (Arizona Department of Health Services). She is a past president of the International Academy of Sex Research. PSY-1166 has published many articles and book chapters and has given dozens of professional addresses and international conference presentations. She is on the editorial boards of nine publications.
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology
Clinical Internship, University of Mississippi Medical School
M.S., Clinical Psychology, Eastern Washington State College, Cheney, Washington
B.A., Psychology, Gonzo University, Spokane, Washington