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Below is an abbreviated version of my resume and professional qualifications.  You can download a complete copy by clicking here: vita.

EDUCATION:

  • 2012, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Rosemead School of Psychology
  • 2008, M.A., Clinical Psychology, Rosemead School of Psychology
  • 2006, B.A., Psychology, Biola University

CLINICAL EMPLOYMENT:

  • September 2013-present: Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center of Southern California, Licensed Psychologist.
  • September 2013-present: For The Child, PCIT Program Manager & Lead Trainer, Licensed Psychologist.
  • October 2012-September 2013: Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center of Southern California, Registered Psychological Assistant (Supervisor: Dr. Rodney Boone)
  • July 2010-May 2011: The Office of Dr. Keegan R. Tangeman, Registered Psychological Assistant
  • September 2009-present: Staff therapist, Biola Counseling Center, Biola University

SUPERVISED CLINICAL EXPERIENCE:

  • September 2012-August 2013: Harbor-UCLA Medical Center/TIES For Families, Postdoctoral Fellow
  • July 2011-June 2012: UC Davis Children’s Hospital, CAARE Center, Predoctoral Intern
  • September 2008-August 2010: Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Child Trauma Extern
  • August 2007-May 2008: Biola Counseling Center, Biola University
  • August 2007-May 2008: La Habra City School District

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

  • American Psychological Association (APA)  since 2005
  • American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) since 2011
  • Division 53: Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology since 2009

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

  • Psychology of Women, Biola University
  • Methods of Sociological Research, Biola University
  • Psychological Testing & Assessment, Biola University
  • First Year Seminar: Psychology, Biola University

SAMPLE OF PUBLICATIONS:

  • Maltby, L.E. & Hall, T.W. (in press). Trauma, attachment & spirituality: A case study. The Journal of Psychology and Theology.
  • Hall, M.E.L., Maltby, L.E., & Anderson, T. (2012).  Sanctified Sexism: Discrimination in religious organizations.  Published in M. Paludi’s (Ed.), Managing Diversity In Today’s Workplace (Vol. 1: Gender, Race, Sexual Orientation, Ethnicity and Power).  Praeger Publishers: Westport, CT.
  • Maltby, L.E., Hall, M.E.L., Anderson, T.L., & Edwards, K.J. (2010).  The moderating role of participant sex.  Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 62, 615-622.
  • Maltby, L.E., Hall, M.E.L., & Anderson, T.L. (2009).  Working women: Supporting female colleagues in psychology.  Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 28, 264-268.
  • Hill, P.C., & Maltby, L.E. (2008).  A few good measures: Assessing religion and spirituality in relation to education. In L. J. Francis (Ed.), International handbook of education for spirituality, care and wellbeing (vol. 1).
  • Maltby, L.E., & Hill, P.C. (2008).  “So firm a foundation”: What the comparative study of religion offers positive psychology.  Research on the Social Scientific Study of Religion, 27, 117-142.
  • Maltby, L.E. (2008).  Making feminism relevant: A review of feminist-relevant programming at the 115th annual American Psychological Association convention.  The Feminist Psychologist, 35, 21 & 32.

SAMPLE OF PRESENTATIONS:

  • Maltby, L.E. (2012). Secondary Traumatic Stress, Vicarious Trauma and Burnout. Presented at UC Davis Children’s Hospital, Sacramento county public mental health agencies, and Sacramento county school district.
  • Maltby, L.E., & Combs-Ronto, L. (2011).  Blending Play Therapy and Evidence Based Treatment For Childhood Trauma and Depression. Presented at the Southern California Regional Play Therapy Conference, March 13-14, 2011.
  • Maltby, L.E., Hall, M.E.L., & Anderson, T. (2011).  Sanctified Sexism: Discrimination in Religious Organizations (paper). Presented at the Association for Women in Psychology Annual Conference, March 4-6, 2011.
  • Maltby, L.E., & Shelby, J.S. (2010).  Play-based CBT treatment of childhood trauma & depression.  Presented at Didi Hirsch as part of a continuing education workshop.  June 9, 2010.
  • Maltby, L.E., & Bobich, M. (2009).  Trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy.  Presented at the Department of Mental Health as part of the Advances in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy continuing education class.  November 23, 2009.
  • Shelby, J.S., & Maltby, L.E. (2009).  Posttraumatic parenting: A caretaker-child dyadic treatment.  Presented at the 26th annual convention of the Association of Play Therapy.  October 6-11, 2009.
  • Shelby, J.S., & Maltby, L.E. (2009).  Trauma treatment: Directions, trends, and the changing role of play therapy.  Presented at the 26th annual convention of the Association of Play Therapy.  October 6-11, 2009.