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Chris G. Dematatis, Ph. D.
- Doctor of Philosophy, Counseling Psychology (APA approved) Michigan State University, 1981
- Post Graduate Certificate, Marital and Family Therapy Family Institute of Philadelphia (3 yr AAMFT approved program), 1986
- Masters of Education, Counseling University of New Hampshire, 1974
- Masters Of Arts in Teaching, History University of New Hampshire, 1973
- Bachelor of Arts, Religion Bowdoin College, 1971
Licensed Psychologist, State of Pennsylvania. #PS-003889-L, 1982
5/84-Present Full Time Independent Practice, Bala Cynwyd, PA Private practice activities include individual, group, marital and family Psychotherapy, psychological assessment, and organizational consultation.
5/94-Present Adjunct Faculty Member, LaSalle University, Philadelphia, PA. Teaching graduate courses in Group Processes, Counseling Lab, Family Systems Theory, and Professional Seminar/Case Conference, Clinical Training Committee, Masters Advisory Committee, Advisor, Counseling Psychology Tract.
9/83-8/90 Adjunct Faculty Member, Villanova University, Villanova, PA.\ Teaching undergraduate courses in Introductory Psychology, and Personality Theories and graduate course in Psychological Testing.
9/81-5/84 Staff Psychologist, Villanova University, Villanova, PA. Duties included individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, campus consultation, teaching and supervision of psychology interns.
9/78-9/81 Chief Resident, Research Resident, and Psychology Intern. St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. Washington, D.C. (APA approved)
8/77-5/78 Doctoral Intern. Student Counseling Center. Illinois State University. Duties included individual, group, and marital counseling, behavioral programs: including weight loss, test anxiety, and assertiveness training. Organizational Consulting.
2/76-8/77 Emergency Services Therapist. St. Lawrence Community Mental Health Center, Lansing, Michigan. Services included crisis intervention, clinical assessment, and hospital consultation
9/75-2/76 Teaching Assistant. Michigan State University. Lansing, Michigan. Taught several sections of a course in interpersonal and group dynamics.
9/73-6/75 Instructor, T-Group Trainer. Whittemore School, University of New Hampshire
9/72-6/73 Social Studies Teacher. York High School, York, Maine.
Doctoral Dissertation: A Comparison of the Traditional Filial Therapy Program to an Integrated Filial-Interpersonal Process Recall Program. Chairman: Norman Kagan, Ph. D.
Courses taught at La Salle University:
PSY 502 - Counseling Lab
PSY 612 Group Psychotherapy
PSY 660 Counseling Practicum
PSY 690, 691, 692 Professtional Seminar