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Dr. Owen Judson Bargreen
Psychologist
2808 Colby Ave, Suite B
Everett, WA 98201

EDUCATION    California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego CA
        Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology
        M.A. Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology
        B.A., History; Minor, Psychology, Whitman College    
        Psychology Affiliations: American Psychological Association and Washington State   Psychological Association
        Licensed psychologist, Washington #3909             

CURRENT EXPERIENCE (2008-present)
- Psychological evaluator for Everett Police Department, Granite Falls Police Department, Lynnwood Police Department, Mercer Island Police Department, Ferris County Sheriff's Office, Snohomish Police Department and Everett Fire Department
- Psychological evaluator for State of Washington Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (administering cognitive and personality testing to adults)
- Psychological evaluator for Everett and Monroe School Districts
- Psychological evaluator for Social Security Administration (administering cognitive and personality testing to children, adolescents and adults)
- Psychological evaluator for State of Washington Community Services Office (administrating cognitive and personality testing to adults)
- Psychological evaluator for Learning Disabilities Association of Washington (evaluating children and adolescents for ADHD/Learning Disabilities)
- President, Early Career Psychologists (ECP), Washington State Psychological Association; Co-president, Chapter 3, Washington State Psychological Association
- Affiliate Professor of Psychology, Trinity Lutheran College
- Evaluation reviewer, State of Washington DSHS
- Book proposal reviewer in clinical psychology department, Taylor and Francis Publishing

BOARDS HELD

2010-12: Washington State Psychological Association Council, Early Career Psychologist Chair, Chapter 3 President

2012-present: Downtown Everett Association, Treasurer

PRACTICUM EXPERIENCE

9-04- 6-05      California Department of Rehabilitation, Encinitas, CA
        - Conducted clinical interviews
        - Gave intellectual assessment batteries (WAIS, Raven Progressive Matrices, etc.)
        - Gave personality assessment batteries (MMPI-II, MCMI-II, etc.)
        - Gave projective assessment batteries (House/Tree/Person, Bender- Gestalt, TAT etc.)          
- Conducted memory assessment (WMS-III)
        - Tabulated the results, and wrote full psychological evaluations
        - Counseled rehabilitation clients by using reality therapy techniques
        - Presented psychological tests to California Department of Rehabilitation

INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE

8-05- 8-06        Home Start, San Diego, CA
               - Conducted clinical interviews, as well as general assessments
        - Gave both personality and cognitive batteries to children, adolescents and adults
        - Wrote full psychological evaluations
        - Counseled clients ages 5-65 using various theoretical orientations/perspectives and techniques (Cognitive Behavioral,  Psychoanalytic, Behavioral, Gestalt, Existential, etc.)
        - Half-home based treatment and half clinic based-treatment
        - Worked with clients and my supervisor in forming treatment plans

8-06 to 8-07     Bayview Hospital, Chula Vista, CA
        - Conducted clinical interviews, as well as general assessment
        - Gave personality and cognitive batteries to children, adolescents and adults
        - Wrote full psychological evaluations
        - Counseled clients ages 12-80 for both individual and group therapy
        - Created behavioral contracts for difficult patients
        - Worked with clients and my supervisor in forming treatment plans
        - Treated 100% hospitalized patients with varying pathologies spanning all DSM-IV criteria (Mood disorders, somatic disorders, thought disorders, substance related disorders, sleep disorders, sexual disorders, eating disorders, childhood disorders personality disorders,                etc.)
            
TEACHING EXPERIENCE


Spring 2016

Affiliate Professor of Psychology, Trinity Lutheran College, Psychological Testing I class (Introduction to Cognitive Assessment)

Fall 2015

Affiliate Professor of Psychology, Trinity Lutheran College, Sports Psychology class

Fall 2013
Affiliate Professor of Psychology, Trinity Lutheran College, Psychological Testing I class (Introduction to Cognitive Assessment)

Fall 2012
Affiliate Professor of Psychology, Trinity Lutheran College, Introduction to Clinical Psychology Class

Spring 2012
Affiliate Professor of Psychology, Trinity Lutheran College, History of Psychology Class

Fall 2009
Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Antioch University, Clinical Psy.D. Program, Integrative Assessment Class

Fall 2007    
California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego, Clinical Psy.D. Program, Introduction to Psychotherapy Class
        

EXPERT WITNESS
EXPERIENCE

2008-present – Domestic violence and custody cases in both Washington and California.
2008-current Psychologist advisor for various Snohomish, King and Skagit County area attorneys in divorce and custody cases in Everett, WA

TELEVISION EXPERIENCE

7/24/15

Was interviewed and shared expertise on School Violence Prevention on Q13 Evening news

6/7/14

Was interviewed and shared expertise on School Violence Prevention on Q13 Fox morning news.

07/16/12

Was interviewed and shared expertise on Seasonal Affective Disorder and Summer Seasonal Affective Disorder to Seattle NBC affiliate King 5.

10/25/11

Was interviewed and shared expertise on school violence and school violence prevention to Seattle FOX affiliate Q13 on evening news.

PROFESSIONAL WORK
EXPERIENCE

Winter 2014-current: Level 2 Sommelier, Court of Master Sommeliers.

9-02-5-03    Registered Counselor, Foster Youth Division, Compass Health,  Everett, WA
-    Supervised foster youth aged 5-16 in daily milieu activities
-    Led psychoeducational groups of 2-5 children/adolescents
-    Gave case presentations and worked on case conceptualization skills
-    Evaluated progress of children/adolescents, completed daily progress reports, and workedon treatment plans with other counselors
-    Worked with psychologists in choosing behavior modification plans/treatment plans

Summers
2000-02    Head Tennis Pro, Child Summer Program, Innis Arden Club, Seattle                         
-    Planned, organized and directed junior tennis program. Taught lessons, put on clinics for youth, and organized tournaments

Summer   
1999     Teen Coordinator, YMCA, Mukilteo, WA - Supervised youth aged 12-17 in daily milieu activities- Worked with parents on behavior modification programs for youth

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Spring 2000    Whitman College, Ran Study on the Effects of Violent/Nonviolent Film Stimuli
-    Organized and sampled 30 subjects
-    Conducted experimental design unassisted, using Likert Scale format
-    Presented results to Whitman College psychology community
   
Summers 2005-07    California School of Professional Psychology, School Violence                        Prevention Program under Dr. James Madero
-    Worked on gaining research grants
-    Consulted with Dr. James Madero on manual materials
-    Worked on manual editing
-    Created “College and University Violence Prevention Program” brochure for college and university presidents
Doctoral Dissertation    2005-2007   MMPI-2 Personality Profiles of Male Victims of                                      Domestic Violence
        -  The first study to use the MMPI-2 in understanding the personalities of male victims of domestic violence
        -  Currently working toward journal publication

Selected Publications and Manuscripts
- Bargreen, O. (2013). Starting a Successful Practice in Clinical Psychology and Counseling: A Guide for Students in Psychology and New Career Psychologists, Taylor and Francis.
- Bargreen, O. (2009). MMPI-2 Personality Profiles of Male Victims of Domestic Violence, VDM Publishing.
- Quoted in APA Monitor on Psychology article.
Clay, R. (2011). Unintended Consequences, APA Monitor on Psychology, 42(11), 66. (http://www.apa.org/monitor/2011/12/consequences.aspx)