New York State Office of People with Developmental Disabilities - New York State Psychologist II Resume Example

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James Miller

Accomplished educational professional with 8+ years of experience as an adjunct professor in Criminal Justice and law related subjects. Track record of teaching courses in synchronization with the learning objectives along with proven skills in setting standardized learning objectives for each allotted group of students. Strong facilitating, teaching and public speaking skills for a diverse population of New York City public high school students.


• Proficient in guiding and supervising research assignments and topic selection

• Adept at coordinating courseware and curriculum with the academic chair

  • Course Designing
  • Student Evaluation
  • Interactive A/V and Media Aids
  • Lesson Planning
  • Course Assessment
  • Assignment Checking and Grading
  • Blackboard Tools
  • Student Counseling and guidance
  • Classroom Instruction


New York State Psychologist II, 08/2013 to Present
New York State Office of People with Developmental Disabilities Tarrytown, NY
  • Conduct psychological evaluations, Intelligence Quotient testing and functional behavioral assessments.
  • Develop and implement plans of treatment, behaviors support and intervention plans for people with intellectual and development disabilities residing in Individualized Residential Alternatives located in Westchester County.
  • Coordinate psychological, psychiatric and therapeutic services within the larger community to prepare and support individual's integration and community inclusion.  
  • Impart technical direction and skills based training to developmental aides, residential director's habilitation specialist and various treatment team staff. 
  • Participate in treatment team meetings, residential habilitation meetings, psychology department meetings and clinical supervision. 
Adjunct Lecturer, 09/2009 to Present
John Jay College of Criminal Justice New York, NY
  • Teaching introductory criminal justice courses to students in John Jay's, College Now Program
  • Creating syllabi, lesson plans in-class assignments, mid-terms and final exams for college students
  • Maintained student records, attendance and documentation
  • Conducted regular assessments, benchmark tests and end semester grading for examination purposes
  • Organize and revise course materials on a regular basis
  • Model effective oral and written communication in order to engage students effectively Set clear course expectations


Offender Rehabilitation Coordinator, 05/2008 to 08/2013
New York State Department of Corrections Bedford Hills, New York
  • Provide evaluation and therapy regarding oppositional behavior, for adult offenders, with acute and chronic, severe symptoms of thought, anxiety, mood, substance and personality disorders, and individuals with dual-diagnoses.
  • Provide individual counseling and facilitate cognitive behavioral training groups to offenders.
  • Coordinate discharge planning services and community referrals to prepare and support inmate's transition back to the community.
  • Maintain high standards of ethical and professional conduct and adhere to the policies and procedures of the correctional facility.
Case Manager, 07/2007 to 04/2008
Rockland County Family Drug Court New York, New York
  • Completed treatment plans, bio-psychosocial and demographic history of client, to determine intervention services.
  • Provided counseling, clinical assessments and administered random drug toxicology screenings and made recommendations for drug treatment services in the community.
  • Provided the court with documentation to support the individuals comprehensive treatment needs.
Case Manager, 07/2005 to 07/2007
Project Renewal Incorporated New York, New York
  • Completed intake, psychosocial and substance abuse assessments.
  • Developed treatment plans, offered assessment, evaluation consultation and treatment of complex cases both orally and in writing to individuals, treatment teams and other mental health professionals.
  • Monitored medication compliance and provided strength based group supportive counseling.
  • Advocated for the clients' entitlements.
  • Planned and implemented empirically validated treatments that are realistic for patient given dynamics, environment and abilities.
Individual and Family Therapist, 01/2004 to 01/2005
Pius XII Youth and Family Services New York
  • Conducted and participated in multidisciplinary staff meetings regarding patient diagnosis, treatment and progress.
  • Provided crisis intervention as required.
  • Provide focused therapeutic treatment and counseling to clients, in formal and informal sessions, individually and in group sessions to dealing with mental health issues and assisting them with value clarification, modifying behavior, improving academic performance and improving family relations.
Master of Arts: Forensic Psychology, May 2003 John Jay College of Criminal Justice - New York, New York

Forensic Psychology

Bachelor of Arts: Psychology and Criminal Justice, Jun 2000 University at Albany - Albany, NY

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New York State Office of People with Developmental Disabilities , John Jay College of Criminal Justice

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New York State Psychologist II , Adjunct Lecturer

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School Attended
John Jay College of Criminal Justice