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    • R. Tyler Wilkinson 4150 Academy Dr. Ste. 115 ● Opelika, Alabama 36801 ● 334.498.2289 rtw0004@auburn.eduEDUCATION Auburn University; Doctoral Candidate; Projected May 2012 Auburn, Alabama Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision (CACREP accredited) Dissertation: Perceptions of supervisory relationship influences on cognitive complexity development: A qualitative approach Richmont Graduate University; May 2009 Atlanta, Georgia Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy Specialization Sex Therapy Auburn University; December 2005 Auburn, Alabama Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies Minor in PsychologyTEACHING EXPERIENCEAugust 2009- Auburn University; Auburn, AlabamaPresent Courses Taught Graduate Courses  COUN 7200 Introduction to Measurement and Assessment (Instructor)  COUN 7350 Introduction to Counseling Skills and Practice (Co-Taught)  COUN 7320 Introduction to Counseling Theories (Co-Taught) Undergraduate Courses  COUN 3100 Counseling and Human Services (Instructor)  UNIV 1050 Success Strategies (Instructor)August 2011- Faulkner University; Montgomery, AlabamaPresent Courses Taught Graduate Courses  COU 6325 Career Counseling (Instructor; Online course)  COU 6365 Research Methods (Instructor; Online course) Undergraduate Courses  COU 3320 Life Roles and Career Development (Instructor)October 2008 Richmont Graduate University; Atlanta, Georgia Guest Lecturer Graduate Course  CED 6113 Interpersonal Skills in Helping Relationships
    • Wilkinson 2CLINICAL EXPERIENCEFebruary 2011 - Auburn University Auburn, AlabamaPresent Academic Support Academic Coach  Coach and counsel undergraduate students in strengthening study skills for academic success  Provide students appropriate test taking skills and effective time management skills  Acclimate students to the research university environment  Encourage students to discover potential for academic successMay 2009 - Counseling Services, Inc. LaGrange, GeorgiaMay 2011 Licensed Associate Professional Counselor  Conducted psychotherapy sessions with individuals, couples, families, and groups  Worked with the following issues: anxiety, depression, chemical and behavioral addiction, court-ordered clients, marital conflict, extra-marital affairs  Provided treatment and teach substance abuse and domestic violence psychoeducational groups for the Troup County Court System; including Drug/DUI Court and Domestic Violence perpetrators  Reported for bi-weekly and monthly status hearings for the court ordered populationMay 2008 – Building Intimate Marriages, Inc. Duluth, GeorgiaMay 2009 Marriage and Family Therapy Intern  Conducted psychotherapy sessions with individuals, couples, and families  Worked with the following issues: anxiety, depression, premarital counseling, sexual dysfunctions, sexual addiction, marital conflict, sexual desire discrepancies, adolescents  Assisted in teaching of marital/sexual enrichment workshops  Performed administrative duties such as: creating intake paperwork, scheduling and maintaining client caseload, handling billing and fee structure  Administered PREPARE/ENRICH premarital/marital assessmentMay 2008 - PSI Hope Counseling Center Atlanta, GeorgiaMay 2009 Marriage and Family Therapy Intern  Led psychotherapy sessions with individuals, couples, and families  Offered counseling services to clients from lower socioeconomic backgrounds using a sliding scale fee structure  Worked with the following issues: anxiety, depression, substance abuse, sexual addiction, premarital counseling, marital conflict, low self-worth, adolescents, parenting  Administered PREPARE/ENRICH premarital/marital assessmentJanuary 2008 - Peachford Behavioral Health System Atlanta, GeorgiaApril 2008 Mental Health Assistant  Provided basic psychiatric care and services for adult and adolescent patients  Led daily process and psychoeducational group sessions to assess goals and behaviors  Maintained patients charts and flow sheets
    • Wilkinson 3  Worked directly with patients to discuss and to process thoughts, behaviors, and feelingsSeptember 2006- RiverOaks Psychiatric Hospital New Orleans, LouisianaOctober 2006 Mental Health Assistant  Provided basic psychiatric care for adult patients on an inpatient trauma unit  Worked with patients suffering from PTSD, DID, anxiety disorders, substance abuse  Assisted staff therapist with daily process groups  Maintained patients charts and paperwork  Remained available to process thoughts, behaviors, and feelings with patientsFebruary 2006 - PASS: Peers Are Staying Straight, Inc. Prattville, AlabamaMarch 2006 N-O-T (Not On Tobacco) Group Leader  Led an adolescent psychoeducational/support group in weekly N-O-T sessions, a tobacco cessation program for teenagers developed by the American Lung Association  Assisted in administering drug tests for nicotine levelsRELATED EXPERIENCEMay 2010 - Auburn University Auburn, AlabamaPresent Center for Disability Research and Services Graduate Research Assistant  Assist with data collection for a study with the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services that compares group differences with successful and unsuccessful consumers of Vocational Rehabilitation services.  Conduct research on IPad applications for use with individuals with developmental disabilities.  Update and create spreadsheet formulas to organize data and student information in Microsoft Excel  Co-author reports based upon data collected at the Auburn University Center for Disability Research and Support  Write protocol review forms for the Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Subjects in Research (IRB) for an interdepartmental study on the design and development of assistive technologies  Assist in the development of a new graduate-level certificate program in Assistive Technologies within the Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, and Counseling.September 2010- Auburn University Auburn, AlabamaMay 2011 Instructional Multimedia Group (IMG) of the Office of Institutional Technology Instructional Technology Student Assistant  Provided support for University faculty and staff using Blackboard Vista, Wimba, PowerPoint, and podcasting as it relates to classroom and online instruction  Assisted faculty in the creation, development, and execution of Blackboard Vista online courses  Taught faculty and instructors the uses of various Blackboard tools
    • Wilkinson 4PUBLICATIONS Refereed Articles Wilkinson, R. T., Littlebear, S., & Reed, S. (In press). A review of treatment with couples post- affair: An emphasis on the use of disclosure. The Family Journal. Wilkinson, R. T. (2011). Increasing counselor self-awareness: The role of cognitive complexity and metacognition in counselor training programs. The Alabama Counseling Association Journal, 37(1), 24-32. Works Under Preparation Wilkinson, R. T., & Suh, S. Onset of Adolescent Sexual Intercourse: Demographic, Parenting, and Religious Effects. Wilkinson, R. T., & Suh, S. Professional counselors’ experiences as they pursue state licensure. Invited, Non-Refereed Wilkinson, R. T. (2011). Professional presentation strategies. The Reflection: Iota Delta Sigma Newsletter, 14, 6-7.PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS Regional ConferencesFebruary 2012 Eastern Educational Research Association Annual Conference Poster Session; Hilton Head, South Carolina Session Title: The use of digital media in qualitative data collection. State ConferencesNovember 2011 Alabama Counseling Association Annual Conference Content Session; Birmingham, Alabama Session title: Professional counselors’ experiences as they pursue state licensure in Alabama. (Project funded by the 2010 Alabama Counseling Association Research Grant).November 2010 Alabama Counseling Association Annual Conference Graduate Student Poster Session; Mobile, Alabama Session Title: Increasing counselor self-awareness: The role of cognitive complexity and metacognition in counselor training programs. Invited PresentationsJanuary 2012 Pursuing Alabama State Licensed Professional Counselor Credential Faulkner University; Montgomery, Alabama Invited to present a workshop to graduate students on the State of Alabama’s professional counselor licensing requirements and the National Counseling Exam (NCE)
    • Wilkinson 5September 2011 Pursuing Alabama State Licensed Professional Counselor Credential Faulkner University; Montgomery, Alabama Invited to present a workshop to graduate students on the State of Alabama’s professional counselor licensing requirements and the National Counseling Exam (NCE)GRANTS Alabama Counseling Association 2010 Research Grant Research grant to assist in a phenomenological study to capture the experience of professional pursuing counseling licensure in the State of Alabama. ($500 funded) Christopher Reeves Foundation Quality of Life Grant Co-authored grant to assist in funding the development and distribution of instructional videos that teach individuals with spinal cord injuries to use assistive technology as they transition out of the hospital. (Spring 2011, $25,000, asked to resubmit; Fall 2011, $20,000, not funded) Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision 2011 Research and Best Practices Grant Research grant to support doctoral dissertation that will explore the development of cognitive complexity during graduate clinical supervision. ($500, not funded)PROFESSIONAL LICENSES Associate Professional Counselor (LAPC); State of Georgia; #002378PROFESSIONAL SERVICE State Service Alabama Association for Counselor Education and Supervision; Historian; 2011-present Alabama Counseling Association; Graduate Student Representative—Chapter VII; 2010-2011PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS American Counseling Association (ACA); Student Member Alabama Counseling Association (ALCA); Student Member Alabama Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors (ALACES); Student Member Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES); Student Member Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (SACES); Student Member Chi Sigma Iota National Counseling Honor SocietyPROFESSIONAL HONORS AND AWARDS Preparing Future Faculty Fellow; Auburn University; 2011-2012 Outstanding Mentor; Chi Sigma Iota; Iota Delta Sigma Chapter; Auburn University; 2011 Chi Sigma Iota, National Counseling Honor Society; Iota Delta Sigma Chapter; Auburn University Elizabeth Williams Brazelton Assistantship Fund for Excellence; Auburn University; 2009-2010 Paul L. Walker Merit Scholarship; Richmont Graduate University; 2008-2009
    • Wilkinson 6ADDITIONAL SKILLS Trained PREPARE/ENRICH Premarital/Marital Counselor Proficient in basic computer skills and MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) for both PC and Mac Proficient with SPSS Statistical and Atlas Ti Analysis Software Proficient with BlackBoard and Canvas education platforms Competent in using literature search engines (i.e. EBSCO, PSYCHINFO), Internet search engines (i.e. Google), and email programs