Laurence Armand French                                                                                  Spouse: Nancy


                MILITARY SERVICE:  U.S. Marine Corps 1959-1965 (Viet Nam era)

                Honorable Discharge/Service-Connected Disabled Veteran




Ph.D. (1981) Psychological & Cultural Studies (Educational Psychology & Measurement) University of Nebraska (UNL).       

Post-Doctorate (1978) Special "Minority Justice" Education Project, State University of New York at Albany (SUNY@A).

                Ph.D. (1975) Sociology (Social Disorganization-Criminology/Social Psychology)(UNH).

MA (1994) Interdiscipline (School Psychology/Special Education) Western New Mexico University (WNMU).            

                MA (1970) Sociology-University of New Hampshire (UNH).    

                BA (1968) Sociology-University of New Hampshire (UNH).     

                Attended University of Hawaii (1965-1966).

Attended Church College of Hawaii (1965). (Brigham Young-Hawaii).

                High School Diploma (1959) Pembroke Academy, Pembroke, N. H.




                Public Law 87-815 (1965-69) Disabled Veteran Scholarship

                Alpha Kappa Delta (Alpha Cpt.) Sociological Honor Society, 1966.

                Delta Tau Kappa, International Social Science Honor Society, 1977.

Lambda Alpha Epsilon, (Delta Delta Cpt) Criminal Justice Honor Society, 1978.

Phi Delta Kappa (WNMU Cpt.),Professional Fraternity in Education, 1989.

                Psi Chi, (WNMU Cpt.) National Honor Society in Psychology, 1995.

                Bassett Memorial Award (1967-1968) Undergraduate Academic Achievement.

                BA (1968) "cum laude."

                Graduate Teaching Assistantships (1968-71), UNH.

                Dissertation Year Fellowship (1971-72) UNH.

Graduate Summer Fellowship (1972) Law Enforcement Assistance Administration.

                University Faculty Scholarship (1977-80) University of Nebraska.

                Graduate Faculty Fellow (1978) Nebraska University System.

                Honorable Mention (1979) Ford Cross-Cultural Research Award,  Human Relations Area File.

VFW Political Action Committee "1990 Certificate of Recognition and Appreciation."

                Fellow, American Psychological Association (Div. 45), l992.

Fellow,  The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, l993.

                Who's Who Among Human Service Professionals, l992.

                Diplomate, Board Certified Forensic Examiner, American Board of

                Forensic Examiners (BCFE) (#2783), 4/11/1996.

                Diplomate, Board Certified in Forensic Medicine, American Board of

                Forensic Medicine (BCFM) (#7103), 5/28/96.

Board Certified, Diplomate-Fellow in Prescribing Psychology (FPPR) (Charter Member), 11/96.

Member, Professional Advisory Board, International College of Prescribing Psychologists Inc., 1996.

Diplomate - Forensic Psychology & Neuropsychology: The American Board of Psychological Specialties/American College of Forensic Examiners, Feb. 1996.

1st Educator of the Year Award, presented by the New Mexico Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors Association, August 7, 1997.

Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare, 1997-2009, Marquis’.

Who's Who in the West, 1998-2002: Marquis' .

                Who's Who in America, 1998 - 2010: Marquis' .

                Who's Who in the World, 1998 - 2010: Marquis'.

                Who’s Who in American Education 2004-2009: Marquis’

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 2002.

                Member, Directory of American Scholars, 1998 -

ACJS Award, for services as Local Arrangement Coordinator for the 35th Annual Meetings held in Albuquerque, March 10-14, 1998.

Outstanding Pioneer Leadership Award, International College of Prescribing Psychologists, September, 1998.

Diplomate/Fellow in Serious Mental Illness (FSMI), International College of Prescribing Psychologist, March, 1999.

Diplomate/Fellow (FICPP), Board Certified in Psychopharmacology (300 hrs.) 9/99.

"1999 Leadership in Research Award," from National Institute on Drug Abuse as part of its 25th anniversary presented at the 23 NAADAC Annual Conference on Addictions Treatment, Philadelphia, May 27, 1999.

Honor Medal (Badge of Honor), Republic of China awarded for defense of its country during its war with Red China 1958-63.  Awarded on 87th Birth date of the Republic of China, 1998.

Fellow of the College, the American College of Forensic Examiners (#7103), 2/99.

Founding Fellow of the American College of Advanced Practice Psychologists, 2000.

Certificate of Recognition (for Cold War service), William Cohen, US Secretary of Defense, August, 1999.

                Recipient: 1st WNMU "Excellence in Research Award", Spring, 2001.

Recipient: 1st WNMU "Excellence in Student and Professional Service Award", Spring, 2001.

Member Psi Chi, National Honor Society in Psychology, Rocky Mountain Regional Steering Committee, 2001-03.

Wall of Tolerance, National Campaign for Tolerance, 2002 (Morris Dees, Rosa Parks – co-chairs).

Recipient,  “Psi Chi Regional Faculty Advisor Award, 2002-03” (Rocky Mountain Region). The National Honor Society in Psychology.

New Mexico Association for Addiction Professionals “Lifetime Achievement Award”  August 6th, 2004.

Listed, A Franco-American Bibliography: New England (Pierre Anctil, 1979, 37).

AABSS Luncheon Speaker, February 7, 2008, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Designated Senior Fulbright Scholar, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina  2009/10 academic year.




                Research Experience:      

                -University of New Hampshire (1968-1972; 2002-).

                -Western Carolina University (1972-1977).

                -University of Nebraska (1977-1980).

                -New Hampshire Department of Health and Welfare (l980-l989).

                -Western New Mexico University (l989-03)

                -Consultant, National Institute of Justice  (1998 –

                -Prairie View A&M University (2003-04)

                -Grambling State University, (2006)

                -University of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina; Pancevo, Serbia (2009-2010).


                University Teaching Experience

                -University of Maine at Portland/Gorham (1971)(Instructor).

-University of New Hampshire (1968-72) (Graduate Teaching Assistant and Instructor).

-Western Carolina University (1972-77) (Assistant Professor of Sociology).

-University of Nebraska at Omaha (1977-80) (Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice).

-University of Nebraska at Lincoln (1977-80) (Adjunct Assistant Professor of Sociology).

-University of Southern Maine (1981)(Adjunct Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice).

-University of New Hampshire system (Durham, Manchester, Plymouth)(1982-89,05-) (Senior Lecturer/Professor).

-New Hampshire Technical Institute (1987-89)(Professor of Psychology).

-Western New Mexico University (1989-2003)(Associate Professor Education & Psychology l989-l992);(Acting Chair, 1989-90; Chair, 1990 – 1992 - Department of Education and Psychology); (Professor of Counseling & Psychology , l992 -94); (Tenured Professor of Psychology, 1994- 2003); (Chair, Department of Counseling & Psychology, l992 - 1994); (Chair, Department of Social Sciences, 1996-2003).

                (Director, Social Sciences Research & Training Institute, 1996-2003).

-American Indian Training Institute, Inc. (1998 -2000)  (Annual Indian School, Faculty).

-Head, Department of Psychology, Professor of Psychology, Prairie View A&M University, 2003-2004).      

-Visiting Professor, Gambling State University, spring semester, 2006.

-University of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, senior Fulbright Scholar (2009-2010).


                Clinical Experience:                        

-Consultant, 30th Judicial District Court Counselors (North Carolina) (1972-77).

-Consultant, Cherokee Indian Mental Health and Alcohol Rehabilitation program (Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians), (1974-77).

-Consultant, Alcohol Program (Lincoln Indian Center, Lincoln, Nebraska) (1977-80).

-Program Advisor, Clinical Consultant and Grantsperson, "Native American Correctional Treatment Program" Dept. of Labor grant/$230,000) (Lincoln Indian Center/Nebraska Indian Commission) (1978-80).

-Psychologist, New Hampshire Department of Health & Welfare (1980-89).

                -Consulting/Contract School Psychologist, N.H., N.M., AZ. (1982-  ).

-Consulting Psychologist & Clinical Supervisor, Gila Regional Medical Center, Mental Health Services, l991-92.

-Consulting Psychologist, Southern Area Health Education Center - New Mexico State University, l992.

                -Contract Psychologist, Health & Human Services Group, 1996 -           

-Clinical Psychologist/Private Practice; Arizona (Graham, Greenlee & Cochise Counties,  1991 –

-Clinical Supervisor, Professional Counseling Associates (Safford, AZ), 1994 -

-Clinical Director, "Protective Care Unit," Safford Care Center, Safford, AZ, 11/1994-10/1997.

-Contract Psychologist, WNMU Police Academy & Police Department 1993 –98, 2000.

-Volunteer Federal Psychologist, Indian Health Service, "UNITY" Regional Youth Treatment Center, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, six months WNMU Sabbatical 12/1995-6/1996.

-Chair, Clinical Issues Committee, National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors, 1996-1998.

-Chair, Ethics Committee, New Mexico Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors Association, 2000-2001.

-Provided Seminars and training in psychology for clinicians in Bosnia-Herzegovina & Serbia (2009-2010).




                -Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.

                -American Council on Rural Special Education.

                -American Association of Behavioral & Social Sciences

-American Psychological Association: Fellow (1992) Divisions 1, 9,16, 17, 28, 40, 45, 53, 54.

                -American Sociological Association.

                -American Society of Criminology (Life Member).

                -American College of Forensic Examiners.

                -American Correctional Association.-

                -Society for the Study of Social Problems.

                -Society for Applied Anthropology.

                -Southern Poverty Law Center.

                -American Indian Historical Society.

                -Lambda Alpha Epsilon, American Criminal Justice Assoc.

                -National Association of Interdisciplinary Ethnic Studies.

                -New Hampshire Association of School Psychologists.

                -Association for the Sociology of Religion.

                -American Association for the Advancement of Science.

                -New Mexico Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselor Association.

                -National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors.

                -APA, Division 12, Section IV.

                -Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (Fellow).

                -Southwestern Psychological Association.

                -National Academy of Neuropsychology.

                -Phi Delta Kappa.

                -National Association of School Psychologists.

                -Rocky Mountain Psychological Association.

                -Western Psychological Association.

                -Western Social Science Association..

-Association for the Advancement of Policy, Research and Development in the Third World.

                -Prescribing Psychologists Register.

                -Pacific Sociological Association.

                -International Association of Special Education.

                -International College of Prescribing Psychologists.

                -American College of Advanced Practice Psychologists.

-Badge of Honor Association -- U.S. Servicemen Honor Medal recipients from the Republic of China members.

                -Disabled American Veterans Association.

-Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 2860\3347 (life member).

-CALTRAP Third Marine Division Association, Inc. (life member).

-International Police Executive Symposium.

-International Colloquium for Vernacular Hispanic, Historical, American and Folklore Studies.

-European Society of Criminology.

-Franco-American Centre.

-New Hampshire Historical Society/Tuck Library.

-Law & Society Association.

-Interamerican Congress of Psychology.


PUBLICATIONS (published abstracts/news columns & articles not counted)     


                15           Books/Monographs.

                202         Articles/Chapters/Reports (ERIC  excluded).

                24           Book Reviews.

                12           ERIC articles on Urban Education.

                10           ERIC articles on Rural Education and Small Schools.

                3              ERIC/Counseling & Personnel Services (CAPS).

                3              ERIC/Council for Exceptional Children.

                1              ERIC/Social Studies/Social Science Education.

                1              ERIC/Assessment and Evaluation                 


                (See Appendix I for details relevant to publications.)

                (ERIC articles not included in abbreviated CV )


                PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS      (papers, symposiums, workshops)


                59           Papers presented at International meetings.

                154         Papers presented at National meetings.

                51           Papers presented at Regional meetings.

                47           Sessions Chaired

                11           Session Discussant

                *local presentations and training’s not listed.






College-level teaching since 1968 /Research and Grant experience since 1968.


                Consultant (clinical/research/administrative) since 1968.                                                          





The Selective Process of the Criminal Justice System.  Published by the National Institute of Justice (National Criminal Justice Reference Service).  Washington:  1976         (Doctoral Dissertation, UNH, 1975). 241 pages.


Wee Wish Tree:  Special Qualla Cherokee Issue (w/Crowe), Vol. 5, (1) 1976: San Francisco: CA: Indian Historian Press. 51 pages.


The Cherokee Perspective (w/Hornbuckle).  Appalachian Consortium Press, 1981. 244 pages.


Contemporary Issues in Corrections (w/Letman et. al./Co-editor and contributing author).  Pilgrimage Press (Anderson), 1981. 107 pages.


Indians and Criminal Justice (editor and contributing author).  Allanheld, Osmun and Company (Littlefield, Adams), 1982. 215 pages.


Psychocultural Change and the American Indian  (Vol. 12, Garland Library of Sociology/Vol. 381, Garland Reference Library of Social Science)  New York: Garland, 1987.    214 pages.


Special Issue Editor (Minority Justice).  Quarterly Journal of Ideology, Vol. II, (4), 1987. 136 pages.


The Winds of Injustice.  Garland Publishing, Inc. (Vol. 7, Current Issues in Criminal Justice/Vol. 847, 1994,Garland Reference Library of Social Science) 266 pages.


Counseling American Indians.  Lanham, MD.  University Press of America, 1997, 211 pages.


The Qualla Cherokee: Surviving in Two Worlds. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1999, 243 pages.


Addictions and Native Americans  Praeger Publishers (Greenwood Publishing Group), 2000: 190 pages.


Native American Justice Burnham Inc.2003/Rowman & Littlefield, 2004, 252 pages.


NAFTA & Neocolonialism: Comparative Criminal, Human & Social Justice (w/ M. Manzanarez), Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2004: 269 pages.


Legislating Indian Country: Significant Milestones in Transforming Tribalism.  New York, NY: Peter Lang, 2007: 208 pages.


An Oral History of Southern Appalachia.  Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2008, 212 pages.









"A Profile of the Inmate Population at the New Hampshire State Penitentiary, Canadian Journal of Criminology and Corrections, Vol. 13, (1), 1971 (Master's Thesis, 1970).


Indian Education:  An Ethnohistorical Analysis.  (Doctoral Dissertation, UNL, 1981). 350 pages.


"Student Evaluation of Sociology Professors," Improving College and University Teaching, Vol. XXIV, (2), Spring, 1976.


"Franco American Working Class Family" (Cpt. 14), Ethnic Families in America (Mindel & Haverstein, Eds.).  New York:  Elsevier, 1976.


"Franco American Family," A Franco-American Overview (New England). M. Gigue're (editor), Vol. III.  Bedford, NH: National Materials Development Center, 1981, 173-192.


"Process of Suicide" (w/Humphrey & Niswander), Diseases of the Nervous System, Vol. 35, June, 1974.


"Police and the Generation Gap," Sociological Research Symposium IV.  Richmond, 1974.


"Emerging Social Problems among the Qualla Cherokee," Appalachian Notes, Vol. III, (2), 1975.


"Social Problems among the Cherokee Female," American Journal of Psychoanalysis, Vol. XXXVI, (2), 1976: 163-169.


"Drunken Indian Stereotype and the Eastern Cherokee: (w/Bertoluzzi), Appalachian Journal, Vol. 2, (4), Summer, 1975: 332-344.


"Selective Justice," Sociological Research Symposium V, Richmond, 1975.


"Cultural Clash in our Educational System" (w/Hornbuckle), Indian Historian, Vol. 10, (4), Fall, 1977.


"Cyclic Impact of Tourism among the Qualla Cherokee," Rural Sociology in the South:  1976 (Virginia Steelman, Ed.), Louisiana State University.


"Incarcerated Black Female:  The Case of Social Double Jeopardy,"      Journal of Black Studies, Vol. 8, (3), March, 1978: 321-335.


"Suicides Questioned by Carolina Cherokee" (w/Hornbuckle), Wassaja, Vol. 4, (5), May, 1976.


"Cultural Factor in Defining and Identifying Sex Related Social and Personal Pathologies," British Journal of Sexual Medicine, Vol. 5, July, 1978.


"Selective Process of Criminal Justice," International Journal of Criminology and Penology, Vol. 5, February, 1977.


"Cherokee Cultural Group Therapy Program" (w/Martin), Wassaja, Vol. 4, (8), 1976


"Recent Educational Progress among the Eastern Cherokee." Rural Sociology in the South:1977 (H.N. Mookherjee, Ed.).  Tennessee Technological University,1977.


"Assessment of Violence and its Control in Southern Appalachia," Sociological Research Symposium VII.  Richmond, 1977.


"Analysis of Indian Violence: The Cherokee Example" (w/Hornbuckle), American Indian Quarterly, Vol. 3, (4), Winter, 1977-78: 335-356.


"Elitism:  Perpetuation through Incarceration" (cpt. 7), Blacks and Criminal Justice (Owens & Bell, Eds.).  Lexington:  D.C. Heath, 1977.


(Review) of the Journal of Cherokee Studies, Indian Historian, Vol.10 (1), 1977.


"Historical Influence of Eastern Indians on Contemporary \Pan-Indianism"(w/Hornbuckle), Indian Historian, Vol. 10, (2), Spring, 1977.


"Assessment of Black Female Prisoners in the South," Signs, Vol. 3, (2), 1977: 483-488.


"Watergate:  An Assessment of Bourgeois Justice," Quarterly Journal of Ideology, Vol. 2, (1), Winter, 1978.


"Tourism and Indian Exploitation," Indian Historian, Vol. 10, (4), 1977 (and)      Wassaja, Vol. 5, (6), September, 1977:19-24.


"Cultural Perspective toward Juvenile Delinquency," International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, Vol. 1, (2), Fall, 1977.


"Perversion of Incarceration," Corrective and Social Psychiatry, Vol. 24, (1), 1978.


"Phenomenon of Urban/Rural Black Delinquency," Sociological Research Symposium VII, 1978.


"Correctional Sexploitation in our Nation's Prisons and Jails," Sociological Research Symposium VII.  Richmond, 1977.


"Suicide and Female Aggression, (w/Bryce), Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, Vol. 39, (10), October, 1978.


"Indian Stress and Violence" (w/Hornbuckle), Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, Vol. 25, (1), Fall, 1979.


                "Racial and Ethnic Slurs," Maledicta, Vol. IV, (1), August, 1980.


"Alienation of Black Southern Immigrants to Urban Ghettos," International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, Vol. 23, (2), 1979.


"Blacks and Capital Punishment," Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, Vol. VI, (6), Winter, 1979.


"Death of a Nation," American Indian Journal, Vol. 4, (6), June, 1978: 2-9.


"Missionaries among the Eastern Cherokee," Interethnic Communication (E.L. Ross, Ed.). Athens, GA:  University of Georgia Press, 1978: 100-112. 


(Review) The Legal Needs of the Public, by Barbara A. Curran (American Bar Foundation, 1977), Explorations, Vol. 2, (1), January, 1979.


"Corrections and the Native American Client," Prison Journal, Vol. LIX, (1), 1979.


"Bail as a Mechanism of Latent Justice," Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, Vol. 7, (1), (May) 1979.


"Minority Perspective on Violence," International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, Vol. 3, (1), (Spring) 1979.


"Educational Dilemma Facing Urban Indians," Journal of American Indian Education, Vol. 18, (2), (January) 1979.


"Jail Crises:  Causes," Issues in Police and Criminal Psychology (Taylor & Braswell, Eds.).  Washington:  University Press, 1979.


"Prison Sexuality," Corrective and Social Psychiatry, Vol. 25, (2), 1979.


(Review) American Indian Tribal Courts, by J. Brakel (American Bar     Foundation,1979), Explorations, January, 1980.


                "Police and Juvenile/Community Relations," Journal of Crime and Justice, Vol. 1, (2), 1980.           


"Teaching the Minority Perspective," Relevant Content and Effective Delivery, Vol. III (Proceedings), Fifth International Conference on Improving University Teaching, 1979.               


"Social Problems among Cherokee Females," Psychiatric Spectator, Vol. X, (1),   1975.     


"Native American Prison Survival Schools," Lifelong Learning:  The Adult Years, Vol. III, (6), (February) 1980.


"Challenge and Threat of Tourism among the Eastern Cherokee," Hill Lands (Luchok, et. al., Eds.).  Morgantown:  University of West Virginia Press, 1979.


"Developing a Post-Watergate Criminal Deviant Continuum" (w/Wailes), Sociological Research Symposium IX.  Richmond, 1979.


"Student/Inmate Interaction," Applied Sociology, September, 1979.


"French Canadian American Family" (Cpt. 14), Ethnic Families in America (2nd Edition).  Elsevier, 1981.


"Analysis of Indian Alcoholism" (w/Hornbuckle), Social Work, Vol. 25, (4), 1980.


"Anomie and Violence among Native Americans," International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, Vol. IV, (1), 1980.


"Analysis of Contemporary Indian Justice and Correctional Treatment," Federal Probation, Vol. XXXXIV, (3), (September) 1980.


"Racial/Regional Comparison of Criminal and Sexual Deviance" (w/Wailes), Sociological Research Symposium X, Richmond, 1980.


"Analysis of Government Sterilization and Adoption Practices Involving Native Americans," International Child Welfare Review, No. 45, (June) 1980.


"Regional Comparisons of Suicidal Aggression" (w/Wailes), Corrective and Social Psychiatry, Vol. 26, (4), 1980.


"Appalachian Fundamentalism among Whites, Blacks, and Indians," Journal of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 26, (4), 1980:14-22.


"Isolated Appalachian Black Community," Journal of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 26, (4), 1980: 100-107.


"Educational Dilemma facing the Urban Indian," The Survival of Urban Education (J.R.K. Heinen, Ed.)(Proceedings), 3rd National Conference on Urban Education, 1978.


"Counseling American Indians," International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, Vol. 25, (2), 1981.


"Need for Qualitative Interpretations of Criminal Justice Research," Crime Et/And Justice, Vol. 7/8, (3 & 4), 1979-80.


"Correctional Treatment," Corrective and Social Psychiatry, Vol. 27, (2), 1981.


"Clinical Perspectives on Jail Crises Intervention," Prison Journal, Vol. LXI, 1981.


"A Profile of Suicides in 'Middle America'" (w/Wailes), Researcher, Vol. IX, (1), (Spring) 1981.


"Incarcerated Black Females," The Black Woman Cross-Culturally (F.C. Steady, Ed.).Schenkman, 1981.


"Marginality, Suicides and Suicide Attempts," Psychological Reports, Vol. 51, 1982:  264 (w/Lessard, Williams).


"Cherokee Indian Dilemma," Quarterly Journal of Ideology, Vol. VI, (1), 1982.


"Rage, Marginality and Suicide Among Forensic Patients," Corrective and Social Psychiatry, Vol. 28, (3), 1982.


"Incarcerated Black Females," Sociological Research Symposium VI. Richmond, VA 1976.


(Review) of Prison Homosexuality, Lexington Books, by Alice M. Propper.  In Sex Roles, Vol. 8, (1)1, 1168-1170, 1982.


"Perceptions of Sexual Deviance" (w/Wailes), International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, Vol. 26, (3), 242-249, 1982.


"American Religiosity," Quarterly Journal of Ideology, Vol. VII, (2), 45-54, (Summer) 1983.


"The Cherokee - Then and Now" (cpt. 1) (w/Hornbuckle), Cherokee Perspective.  Boone:  Appalachian Consortium Press, 1981.


"The Origins of Cherokee Arts and Crafts" (w/Hornbuckle), Cherokee Perspective, op cited.


"Social Problems among the Cherokee" (w/Hornbuckle), Cherokee Perspective, op cited.


"Cherokee Crafts Today" (w/Hornbuckle), Cherokee Perspective, op cited.


"An Historical Analysis of Indian Justice," Indians and Criminal Justice. Totowa, N.J.:  Allanheld, Osmun, 1982.


"Native American Neo-Colonialism," Indians and Criminal Justice, op cited.


"A Profile of the Incarcerated Black Female Offender," The Prison Journal, Vol. LXIII, (2), 80-87, 1983.


"The Post-Vietnam Traumatic Stress Disorder," International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, Vol. 27, (3), 218-225, 1983.


"The Mentally Retarded and Pseudoretarded Offender," Federal Probation, Vol. XXXXVI, (3), 55-61, (September) 1983.


"Comparative Neo-Colonialism: West Africa and American Indians," Quarterly Journal of Ideology, Vol. VIII, (2), 39-48, 1984.


"Native American Victimology," Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, Vol. 12, (2), 203-210, (November) 1984.


"Self-Imposed Death Sentence," Corrections Today, Vol. 47, (5), 92-96, (August) 1985.


"Race and Justice in Middle America" (w/Young), Western Journal of Black Studies, Vol. 9, (1), 46-51, (Spring) 1985.


"MR Testing and Evaluation," Psychology in the Schools, Vol. 23, (1), 64-75,      (January) 1986.


"Forensic Suicides and Attempted Suicides," Omega, Vol. 16, (4), 335-345, 1985-86.


"Mainstreaming the Mentally Retarded," Legal Studies Forum, Vol. X, (2), 215-228, 1986.


"Minority and Mentally Retarded," Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, Vol. 14, (2), 213-216, (November) 1986.


"Treatment Rights of the Mentally Retarded:  The Cost of Refusal," Behavioral Sciences and the Law, Vol. 4, (3), 315-325, 1986.


"Treatment Considerations for the Mentally Retarded Inmate," Corrective and Social Psychiatry, Vol. 32, (4), 124-129, (October) 1986.


"Treating the Dangerous Sexual Offender" (w/Vollmann), International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, Vol. 31, (1), 61-69, 1987.


"Religious Conservatism and Middle Class Blacks," Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, Vol. 15, (1), 81-87, (May) 1987.


“Uncooperativeness as a Latent Indicator of Dementia Among the Mentally Retarded," Clinical Gerontologist, Vol. 6, (2), 35-40, 1986.  Also Chapter 5, 35-40, in The Elderly Uncooperative Patient (Brink, T.L., Ed.).  New York:  The Haworth Press, 1987.


"Victimization of the Mentally Ill, " Social Work, Vol. 32, (6), 502-505, 1987.


"Boundary Maintenance and Capital Punishment," Behavioral Sciences and the Law, Vol. 4, (3), 1987.


(Review) The Loss of Self:  A Family Resource for the Care of Alzheimer's Disease (by Cohen, D. & Eisendorf, C.), in Clinical Gerontologist, Vol. 6, (4), 85-86, 1987.


"Assessing Presenile Dementia Among the Mentally Retarded:  A Case Presentation," Corrective and Social Psychiatry, Vol. 33, (4), 243-250, (October) 1987.


"Critique of Criminal Justice Minority Education," Quarterly Journal of Ideology, Vol. II, (4), 83-93, 1987.


(Review) Special Education in the Criminal Justice System (Nelson, Rutherford & Wolford), Merril, 1987, in Federal Probation, Vol. LII, (3), 89-90, (September),1988.


(Review)Pain Management: A Handbook of Psychological Treatment Approaches (Holzman & Turk), Pergamon Press, 1986, in Clinical Gerontologist, Vol. 7 (2), 1987:          74-75.


(Reviews) Perspectives on Drug Use in the United States (Segal, B.), Haworth, 1986 & The Substance Abuse Problems: Vol. Two: New Issue for the 1980s (Cohen, S.) Haworth, 1985, in Clinical Gerontologist, Vol. 7 (3/4), 1988:97-99.


"When I Get Good and Ready" (Oral History), Appalachian Journal, Vol.16, (1), 62-70, (Fall) 1988: 62-70.


"Indian Education:  A Tri-Racial Analysis" (w/Wailes), The Researcher, Vol. XII, (1), 1-12, (Fall) 1988.


"Fighting Substance Abuse," Corrections Today, Vol. 51, (4), 86-97, (July) 1989.


"The Socialization of Verbal Aggression" (w/Wailes), The Researcher, Vol. XIII, (1), 47-58, (Spring) 1989.


"Deinstitutionalization or Victimization," Social Work, Vol. 34, (5), 471-472, (September) 1989.


"Native American Alcoholism:  a transcultural counseling perspective," Counselling Psychology Quarterly (Special "Counselling Women and Ethnic Minorities Issue), Vol. 2,                 (2), 153-166, 1989.


"Cult Violence and the Insanity Plea: The Nebraska Ryan Case," Corrective and Social Psychiatry, Vol. 34, 5-10, 1989.


"Boundary Maintenance and Discrimination in Canadian and U. S. Society,"      (Cpt 14) in Racism, Empiricism and Criminal Justice, (MacLean & Milovanovic) Collective Press, Vancouver: 97-104, l990.


"Substance Abuse Treatment Among American Indian Children," Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Vol. 7, (3), 63-76, 1990.


"A Practitioner's Notes on Treating Sexual Deviance." Psychological Reports, Vol.130. 1195-1198, l991.


"Requiem of a Con" (w/ Picthall-French) Journal of Prisoners on Prisons, Vol. 3, 5-58, l991.


"Neuropsychology of Violence," Corrective and Social Psychiatry, Vol. 37 (1), 12-17, 1991.


"Understanding Impulsive Aggression Among Children and Youth," Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, Vol. 8 (1), 20-24, l992.


Book Review: The Death Penalty: Opposing Viewpoints (Carol Wekesser, Editor)  in American Journal of Criminal Justice, Vol. XVI (1), 107-8, l991.


"Myths about Aggression and Attitudes about the Death Penalty (W/ Young), Psychological Reports, Vol. 71, 1337-8, l992.


"Adapting Projective Tests for Minority Children," Psychological Reports, Vol. 72, 15-18, 1993.


Book Review: Review of Drugs and Crime, (Michael Tonry & James Wilson, Editors) in American Journal of Criminal Justice, Vol. XVI (2), 155-157,1993.


"Locus of Control, Depression, and Anger among African-Americans" (w/ Young & Wailes), Psychological Reports, Vol. 72, 482,1993.


"Suicide and Social Status among Native Americans"(w/Young), Psychological Reports, Vol. 73, 461-2, 1993.


Book Review:  Justice, Crime and Ethics (Braskwell, M. C., McCarthy, B. R., & McCarthy, B. J., Ed.s) in Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Vol. 9 (2)May, 170-171, 1993.


"Characteristics of Sexuality within Correctional Environments," Corrective and Social Psychiatry, Vol. 38 (1), 5-8, 1992.


"Taxable Wealth and Alcoholic Beverage Consumption in the United States," (W/Young) Psychological Reports, Vol. 74, 813-814, 1994.


Book Review, Death and violence on the Reservation, (Bachman, R.) in Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Vol. 10 (2) May, 1994, 144-145.


Book Review, Alcohol and Human Behavior: Theory, Research and Practice (Rivers, P.C.) in Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Vol. 10 (1) February, 1994. 67-68.


"Early Trauma, Substance Abuse and Crime," Police and Criminal Psychology, Vol. 10 (2), 1994: 64-67.


"The Collapse of Faculty Power: A Study in Vulnerability," Scholars and Education, (w/Young, Sawyer, Ekeler & Prichard) XVII (1), 1994. 53-61.


"Status Integration and Suicide among Native American Women," Social Behavior and Personality, (w/Young), Vol. 23 (2), 1995: 155-158.


"Substance Abuse Treatment among American Indian Children" and "The Drunken Indian Stereotype and the Eastern Cherokees," in Alcohol and Native Americans, R. Hornby, Ed.), Mission, SD: Sinte Gleska University Press, 1995: 15-24; 237-246.


"The AARS/POSIT: A Multicultural Multidimensional Youth Assessment Tool," (w/Picthall-French); "Diversity and Bibliotherapy: Applications to FAS Among Minority Children," (w/Betenbough, Picthall-French & Ashcroft); "The 'Hands Across    theBorder' Project: A Mexican/U.S. Special Education Program," (w/Sanchez & Rodriguez) in Empowering Children With Special Needs: Practices Around the World, Publication of the International Association of Special Education, 1995: 50-56.                             


Book Review, The Return of the Dangerous Classes, by D. R. Gordon, NY: W.W. Norton, 1994, in Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Vol. 11 (2), 1995: 150-51.


"Adaptations of Aboriginal Justice in the United States," The Journal of Human Justice, Vol. 6 (2), 1995: 72-78.       


"Judgeships in the U.S. Courts of Appeals and in the U.S. District Courts," (w/ Young), International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice Vol. 19 (2), 1995: 275-278.


"Treating the Dangerous Sexual Offender," Sexuality Issues in Counseling & Therapy (Lesson 6) Directions in Clinical Psychology and Directions in Mental Health Counseling, The Hatherleigh Co., Ltd, 1995: 1-14.


"Hitler's Psychopathology: Advances and Limitations of Psychohistorical Assessments of Personality" (w/Young), Psychological Reports Vol. 78, 1996, 349-350.


"Myths and Legends of the National Football League: The Function of Folklore in Sports,"(w/ Young), Psychology: A Journal of Human Behavior Vol. 32 (3/4), 25-26, 1995.


"Sex Offender Programming," Encyclopedia of American Prisons (M. D. McShane & F. P. Williams, III, Ed.s), Garland. 436-440, 1996.


"Little Hawk: The Case Study of a FAS Adoptee," Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly Vol. 13 (4), 75-82, 1995.


"Height and Perceived Competence of U.S. Presidents," (w/Young), Perceptual and Motor Skills, Vol. 82, 1002, 1996.              


"Perceived Competence of U.S. Presidents. 1933-1989: Presidential News Conferences and the Mere-Exposure Effect," (w/Young), Perceptual and Motor Skills, Vol. 83, 1996, 153-154.            


"Assessing Three Adolescent Groups in New Mexico using the Problem-Oriented Screening Instrument," (w/Picthall-French), Psychological Reports, 79, 1996, 242.


"Social Class and Perceived Competence of U.S. Presidents" (w/Young), Perceptual and Motor Skills, 83, 1996, 330.


"Judged Political Extroversion-Introversion and Perceived Competence of U.S. Presidents," (w/Young), Perceptual and Motor Skills, 83, 1996, 578.


"Juror Reciprocal Antagonism and Intermittent Explosive Disorder: A Plausible Clinical Diagnosis of the O.J. Simpson Case," Representing O.J.: Murder, Criminal Justice and Mass Culture (Gregg Barak, Ed.), Harrow and Heston, 1996, 29-35.


"Suicide and Homicide Rates among U.S. Indian Health Service Areas:  The income inequality hypothesis," (w/Young), Social Behavior and Personality: an international Journal, 24, 1996, 365-366.


(Review), Violence, Aggression, & Coercive Actions, by J.T. Tedeschi & R.B. Felson (American Psychological Association Press, 1994), in Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 12 (3), 1996, 282-283.


"The False Memory Syndrome: Clinical/Legal Issues for the Prosecution" (w/Young), Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 11 (2), 38-41, 1996


"When the Snake Bites: Bibliotherapy for traumatized children and youth" (w/Betenbough and Picthall-French); "The Cherokee cultural therapy model" (w/ Hornbuckle), & "Traditional healing among the Sioux" (w/ LaPlante), in Counseling American Indians op cited, 1997.


"Homicide rates among Native American Children: The Status Integration Hypothesis," (w/Young), Adolescence, 32 (125), 1997, 57-59.


"Understanding primary and secondary features of Dual Diagnosed clients" (w/Picthall-French), NAADAC 97 Conference Proceedings  1997, 49-58.


(Review),  Gangs: A Criminal Justice Approach By J. Mitchell Miller & Jeffrey P. Rush (Eds.) in Criminal Justice Review, 22 (1), 1997, 95-97.


"Suicide: A Biopsychosocial Review," The Forensic Examiner, 6(9&10), 1997, 11-15.


"Eagle Dancer, Apache Male: A Case Study in Ethnopsychopharmacology," The American Journal of Pharmacopsycology 1 (2), 13-15, 1997.


"The AARS/POSIT as a Correctional Youth Assessment Tool, (w/ Picthall-French)" Corrective and Social Psychiatry, 43 (2), 1997,  9-11.


"A Review of U.S./Indian Policy: A Unique Chapter in U.S. History," Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, 25 (2), 1997, 169-178.


"Project BESTT:  A Training Model for Rural, Multicultural Bilingual Special Education," (w/R. Rodriguez), Coming Together:  Preparing for Rural Special Education in the 21st Century (D. Montgomery, Ed.) ACRES publication, 1998, 62-68


"Body mass indexes and historical ratings of U.S. Presidents: 1948-1984" (w/Young), Perceptual and Motor Skills, 86, 1998, 965-66.


"Assessing Navajo Psychological and Educational Needs in New Mexico" (w/Jordon & Tempest), Rural Special Education Quarterly, 16 (4), 1997, 24-32.


"Psychopharmacological Interventions vs. Correctional Treatment for Violent Offenders," Journal of the Mental Health in Corrections Consortium, 44, 1998, 5-10.


"Clinical Psychopharmacology for the Addiction Counselor," NAADAC 98 Conference Proceedings,  1998. 3-12.


"Marriage Mobility and Perceived Status of U.S. Presidents" (w/Young).  Social Behavior and Personality, 26 (2), 1998, 145-146.


"Heights of U.S. Presidents: A Trend Analysis for 1948-1996" (w/Young).  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 87, 321-322, 1998.


"The Role of Substance Abuse among rural youth by Race, Culture and Gender," (w/ Picthall-French), Alcohol Treatment Quarterly, 18 (3), 1998, 101-108.


"The 'greatest' boxers of all time: Heuristics and biases among boxing historians" (w/ T. Young).  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 87, 1998: 1310.


"NAFTA and its cross-border impact on rural Hispanic delinquency."  Security Journal, 11, 1998: 233-236.


"The effects of economic and political liberalization on drug trade and law enforcement along the US-Mexico border" (w/Manzanarez).  Security Journal, 11, 1998: 185-189.


(Review).  Descent Into Madness:  An Inmate Experience of the New Mexico State Prison riot. By Mike Rolland, Anderson Publishing Company, 1997 (153 pages) in Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Vol. 15 (2), 1999: 208-212.


"Evaluation Model for Multicultural Education Training Programs" (w/ R. Rodriguez) Rural Special Education for the New Millennium (Diane Montgomery, Ed.) American Council on Rural Special Education publication, 1999: 171-177.


(Review).  Native Americans, Crime and Justice.  By Marianne O. Nielsen & Robert A. Silverman, Westview, 1996 (321 pgs) in Justice Quarterly, 16 (1), 1999: 245-248.


"Native American Reparations: Five Hundred Years and Counting" (Chapter 36), When Sorry Isn't Enough: The Controversy over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice                (Roy L. Brooks, Ed.).  New York University Press, 1999: 241-250.


"Identification of Potential Aggressive Behavior in Rural At-Risk Minority Youth: A Community Response" (w/ R.F. Rodriguez), Rural Special Education Quarterly, 17 (3/4), 1998: 11-17.


"Consensus & Conflict among teachers in relation to multicultural special educational needs in the southwest," Capitalizing on Leadership in Rural Special Education: Making a Difference for Children and Families (June Lemke, Ed.).  American Council on Rural Special Education publication, 2000: 102-105.


(Review) The Psychology of Criminal Conduct  (2nd Ed.), by D. A. Andrews & James Bonta.  Anderson, 1998 (423 pgs) in Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Vol. 16 (3), 2000, pgs 346-350.


"Assessing Rural Adolescents by Race and Gender using the AARS/POSIT" (w/Wailes) Researcher: An Interdiscipline Journal, Vol. XVI (2), Fall, 1999, pgs 87-92.


"Gambling, Pathological," (Volume IV) Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior (Clifton D. Bryant, Editor-in-Chief). Brunner-Routledge, 2000, pgs 341-343.


"Cultural Assessment of Dementia," Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment, Vol. 1 (6), 2000, pgs 52-53.


(Review)  Native American Rights:  Current Controversies  (T. L. Roleff, Ed.) Greenhaven, 1998 (208 pages) in Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Vol. 17 (1), February 2001, 71-75.


(Review) Explaining Criminals and Crime: Essays in Contemporary Criminological Theory (R. Paternoster & R. Bachman) Roxbury, 2001 (346 pages) in Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Vol. 17 (2), May 2001, 194-198.


“Teaching about Social Services for Native Americans and Mexican Americans” (w/Myer), Perspectives, Vol. 4 (Fall), 2001, 24-27.


“”Mexico”, (w/ Manzanarez) World Education Encyclopedia: A Survey of Educational Systems Worldwide, Vol. II, 2nd Edition. Rebecca Marlow-Ferguson, ed.  Farmington Hills, MI: Gale Group, 2002, 879-890.


“Assessing Law Enforcement Personnel: Comparative use of the MMPI’s” The Forensic Examiner Vol. 11 (3&4) March/April 2002, 21-28.


“The Neuropsychology of Impulse Control: New Insights into Violent Behaviors” (w/ deOca). Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology Vol. 16 (2), Fall 2001,  25-32.


“Neurophysiology and Neuropsychology of Child and Adolescent Impulsivity,” Encyclopedia  of Juvenile Justice (McShane & Williams,III, ed.s).Sage Publications, 2003, pgs 253-54.


“Wounded Knee II and the Indian Prison Reform Movement” The Prison Journal (Special Issue: American Corrections and Native Americans), Vol. 83 (1), 2003: 26-37.


:Police Culture and the MMPI”, International Journal of Comparative Criminology, Vol. 3 (1). 2003: 63-67.


“The Continued Social Injustice of Native American Exploitation”, Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, Vol. 31 (2), Nov. 2003: 125-131.


“Alcoholism and other Drug Addictions among Native Americans” Alcohol Treatment Quarterly, Vol. 2 (1), 2004: 81-93.


“Clinical Considerations for Justice Officials: Understanding Mitigating Circumstances” (w/Wailes), Researcher: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol. XIX (#3), 2004, 35-47.


“The Northern Border Colonial Wars and the Emergence of the  French Minority”, (Cpt 2), NAFTA & Neocolonialiam (French & Manzanarez), 2004: 43-61.


“Contravening Worldviews and Perspectives on Social Justice” (Cpt 3),, NAFTA & Neocolonialism (French & Manzanarez), 2004: 63-81.


“North American Socio-Economics and Social Justice” (Cpt 4), NAFTA & Neocolonialism (French & Manzanarez), 2004: 83-118.


“Comparative Criminal Justice in North America” (Cpt 5), NAFTA & Neocolonialism (French & Manzanarez), 2004: 133-151.


“Comparative Human Rights Issues in North America” (Cpt 6), NAFTA & Neocolonialism (French & Manzanarez), 2004: 153-168.


“The Influence of Education on Social Status” (Cpt 7), NAFTA & Neocolonialism (French & Manzanarez), 2004: 167-193.


“Comparative Education among NAFTA Partners” (Cpt 8) (w/ Manzanarez), NAFTA & Neocolonialism, 2004: 195-225.


“Borderland Corruption: A Binational Study of Policing the U.S.-Mexican Border,” (cpt. 22), Policing Corruption: International Perspectives, R. Sarre, D.K. Das, & H.J. Albercht, ed.s, Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group), 2005, 341-351.


“Law Enforcement in Indian Country,” Criminal Justice Studies (Special Issue: Race and Justice), Vol. 18 (1), 2005: 69-80.


Review: Major Criminological Theories: Concepts and Measures, by Liqun Cao, Wadsworth, 2004, in Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Vol. 47 (2), 2005: 1-4.


“Mental retardation and the Death Penalty: The Clinical and Legal Legacy” Federal Probation, June, 2005: 16-20.


Editorial: “Mental retardation and the death penalty in the USA: the clinical and legal legacy,”

                Criminal Behavior and Mental Health, Vol. 15 (2), 2005: 82-86.


“Native American Youth and Delinquency” (Cpt. 5), Race and Juvenile Justice (Ed. Penn, E.B., Greene, H.T., & Gabbidon, S.L.) Carolina Academic Press, 2005: 77-91.


"Comparative Border Justice with NAFTA Partners: Perspectives on International Crime and Terrorism" (w/Wailes), Researcher, Vol. XX (3), 2005: 47-55.


“Understanding Hate, Violence & Vigilantism: Mitigating Clinical/Social Factors”, American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences Journal, Fall, 2005: 21-30.


“Native American Addictions: The movement toward Tribal-centric treatment programs,” (w/ Wailes & Hornbuckle), Researcher, Vol. XX (4), 2006: 29-43.


“Observing the Preservation and Decline of Abilities in Dementias,”  (w/ Williams & Ferrell), Psychological Reports, 99 (2006): 664-670.


“Navajo (Diné) Justice: Blending the Past with the Present,” Restorative Direction Journal: Indigenous People, the Law, and Restorative Justice, Vol. 2 (2) (2006): 219 – 235.


Review:  The Texas Rangers and the Mexican Revolution: The Bloodiest Decade, 1910-1920 by Harris, C.H., & Sadler, L.R. (2004). University of New Mexico Press, 687 pages, in Police Practice and Research – An International Journal  Vol. 7 (5), December 2006: 467-469.


“Social Injustice in Indian Country: Historical Antecedents of Current Issues” (w/Picthall-French) (Cpt 9) Distributive and Procedural Justice: Research and Social Applications (K. Tornblom & R. Vermunt, Ed.s). Ashgate, 2007- 183-204.


“Challenges to American Higher Education: Discerning Quality versus Status Acquisition.” (w/Wailes), The Researcher, Vol. XXI (2), 2007: 40-52.


“Psychology’s role in inclusive education: Observations from New Brunswick’s [Canada] recent review of inclusion” (w/ Williams), Canadian Psychology: Annual Convention Reports – Journal Issue, Vol. 48 (2a), Ottawa, Ontario, Canada,  2007 – June 7-9th.


“Psychoactive agents and Native American spirituality:  Past and present.” Contemporary Justice Review: Issues in Criminal, Social and Restorative Justice, Vol. 11 (2), 2008: 155-163.


“Combat Stress among North American Veterans serving in Iraq/Afghanistan,” IX Congreso Internacional de Estres Traumatico 2008  (D. Mosca, E. Cazabat, R. Lescano, Ed.s). 2008, Librenia Akadia Editorial: 205-214.


[In Memoriam]  Stuart Hunter Palmer (April 29, 1924 – August 26, 2008), The Criminologist, Vol. 33 (6) November/December 2008: pg. 36.


“Accessing and Training Police and Security Personnel Relevant to Ethnic and Cultural Sensitivity” (w/ Wailes), The Researcher, Vol. XXI (4) Summer 2008: 51-71.


“Race, Gender, and Justice in North Carolina: An Ethnohistorical Profile of the Old South.” The Researcher, Vol. XXII(1) Fall-Winter 2008-2009: 39-55.


“Facilitating involuntary treatment of persons with serious mental illness: the New Hampshire model” (w/Williams), Canadian Psychology: Annual Convention Issue, Vol. 50 (2a). 2009: 104.


(Review)  Statistical Concepts for Criminal Justice and Criminology (Frank P. Williams III) in Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Vol. 51 (3), 2009: 430.






                -International Congress of Sexology, 1976 (Montreal).

-International Hill Land Symposium, 1976 ( Morganton, West Virginia).

                -Third World Workshop, 1978, 1979 (Chicago).

-Third International Symposium on Victimology, 1979 (Muenster, Germany.).

-Fifth International Conference on Improving University Teaching, 1979 (London).

                -Third World Conference, 1978, 1979 (Omaha).

                -International Society of Research on Aggression, 1981 (Boston).

-International Conference on "The State of Education and Development" Association For The Advancement of Policy, Research and Development in the Third World. Nov., 1993 (Cairo, Egypt).

-"Global Conference on Education for the 21st Century", Association for the Advancement of Policy Research and Development in the Third World, Nov., 1996 (Cancun, Mexico).

- Fourth Biennial International Conference on Special Education, Brighton, England, Aug., 1995.

                -26th International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, 1996.

-Fourth Biennial Conference:  International Perspectives: Crime. Justice and Public           Order, June,1998 (Budapest, Hungry).

-Addictions '98 - Comorbidity across the Addictions.  Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, September 25-27, 1998.

-XXVII InterAmerican Congress of Psychology, Caracas, Venezuela, June 27 - July 2, 1999; XXXI Congress, Mexico City, July 1-5, 2007; Guatemala City, 2009.

-Fifth Biennial Conference on International Perspectives on Crime, Justice and PublicOrder , June, 2000 (Bologna, Italy).

-Sixth Biennial Conference on International Perspectives on Crime, Justice and Order: “Modernising Criminal Justice: new world challenges,” London, England, June 16-20, 2002.

-6th International Conference on Family Violence, Durham, NH, July 25-28, 1999.

-VIII International Conference on Social Justice & Social Exclusion.  Rishon LeZion, Israel, Sept. 18-21, 2000.

-IX International Social Justice Conference, University of Skovde, Sweden, June 17-20, 2002.

-5th International Conference on Family Violence. San Diego, CA. Sept. 23-27, 2000.

-First International Quality Research in Dementia Conference, London, Great Britain, Nov. 19-22, 2000.

-61st Annual Meeting, The Society for Applied Anthropology, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, March 28-April 1, 2001.

-International Police Executive Symposium, Annual meeting, Szczytno, Poland, May 26-June 1, 2001; Prague, Czech Republic, Sept 2-9, 2005; Ohrid, Macedonia, June 9-14, 2009.

-Addictions ’02 Netherlands, June, 2002.

-International Conference on Policing in Central and Eastern Europe, Slovenia , August, 2002; September, 2006.

-XIII World Congress on Criminology, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 10-15, 2003

-International Colloquium for Vernacular Hispanic, Historical, American and Folklore Studies, Puebla, Mexico. Oct., 2003, Oct. 2005).

-3rd Biennial International Conference on Intercultural Research, Taipei, Taiwan, May 21-24, 2004.

-1st Key Issues Conference, Societies of Criminology, Paris, France, May 13-15, 2004.

-4th & 7th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Amsterdam, Netherlands, August 23-29, 2004; Bologna, Italy, September 26/29, 2007.

-Law & Society Association Annual Meetings, Las Vegas, NV, June 2-5, 2005.   

-8th International Investigative Psychology Conference, London, England, December 14-16, 2005.

-26th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Athens, Greece, July 16-21, 2006.

-Joint Law & Society Association & Canadian Law & Society Association Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 29-June 1, 2008.

-IX International Congress on Traumatic Stress, Buenos Aires, Argentina, June 25-27, 2008.




-American Sociological Association, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, (Montreal, San Francisco, New York, Chicago).

-Alpha Kappa Delta Research Symposium, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980 (Richmond).

-Society for the Study of Social Problems, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 (San Francisco, Boston, New York, Toronto).

-American Society of Criminology, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005 (Dallas, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Washington, Denver, San Diego, Atlanta, Montreal, Reno, Baltimore, San Francisco, New Orleans, Phoenix, Miami, Boston, San Diego, Toronto, San Francisco, Atlanta, Denver, Nashville, Toronto).

-Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2003. 2004, 2009 (New Orleans, Cincinnati, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Washington, Denver, Nashville, Pittsburgh, Kansas City, Boston, Las Vegas, Louisville, Albuquerque, Orlando, Boston, Las Vegas, Boston).

-American Association of Suicidology, 1972, 1982 (Detroit, New York).

-Conference on Blacks and the Criminal Justice System, 1975 (Tuscaloosa).

                -Rural Sociological Society, 1975 (San Francisco).

                -Native American Alcohol Conference, 1977 (Berkeley).          

-Conference on Ethnic and Minority Studies, 1978, 1979, 1980 (LaCrosse, Arcata).

-Society of Police and Criminal Psychology, 1977, 1980, 1990, 1996 (Nashville, Chicago, Albuquerque, Santa Fe).

                -Third National Conference on Urban Education, 1977 (Norfolk).

-National Conference on Need Assessment in Health and Human Services, 1978 (Louisville).

-Sixth National Conference on Medical Care and Health Services in Correctional Institutions, 1982 (Chicago).          

                -National Academy of Neuropsychologists, 1986 (Las Vegas).

                -Rivendell Conference for Clinical Practitioners, 1987(Memphis).

-American Psychological Association, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2009 (Toronto, Los Angeles, Atlanta, New Orleans, Boston, San Francisco, Washington, Toronto, Montreal, San Francisco, Boston, San Francisco, Toronto, Honolulu, Boston, Toronto).

-National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors National Conference, (San Antonio, l991; San Francisco, 1997; Chicago, 1998).

-National Association of School Psychologist, 1991, 1994 (Dallas, Seattle)

-National Association for Rural Mental Health Conference, (Pittsburgh, 1991; Grand Forks, ND, 1997).

                -American Indians and the Law Conference, (Flagstaff, l992).

-Annual National Institute on Social Work and Human Services in Rural Areas (Grand Forks, ND, 1997).

-American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences, (Las Vegas, 1998; 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009).

-American Council on Rural Special Education, Annual National Conference (Charleston, SC, 1998; Albuquerque, NM, 1999; Alexandria, VA, 2000).

-21st/22nd Annual Indian School on Alcohol and Other Drug Related Problems, (Albuquerque, April,1998, 1999; Feb. 2000).

-SAMHSA Addiction Technology Transfer Centers, "Harnessing Science workshop (Bloomington, MN, October 25, 1999).
-Boston College Diversity Challenge (Boston, MA, 2001, 2002, 2005).

-Canadian Psychological Association Annual Convention (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) June 6-9, 2007: (Montreal, Quebec) June 11-14, 2009.





-East Coast Conference of Socialist Sociologists, 1974 (Rutgers University, NJ).

-Southern Sociological Society, 1974, 1975, 1977 (Atlanta, Washington, Atlanta).

-Southern Anthropological Society, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 (Blacksburg, Clearwater, Atlanta, Miami).

-Midwest Sociological Society, 1978, 1979, 1980 (Omaha, Milwaukee, Minneapolis).

-Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists, 1976, 1977 (Mobile, Atlanta).

                -Southeastern Psychology Association, 1975 (Atlanta).

-Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, 1991, l992, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 (Denver, Boise, Albuquerque, Tucson, Reno, Park City, Utah, Denver ).

-NMADACA's Annual Alcohol & Drug Institute; 25th, - 35th; l991 – 2002 (Silver City, N. M.).

-NM Association for Addiction Professionals, 2004 (Silver City, NM).

-Western Psychological Association, 1993, 1998 (Phoenix, Albuquerque).

                -New Mexico TESOL Conference, 1993 (Gallup, N. M.).

-Celebrating Opportunities for Multicultural Students, 1993 (Tucson).

-New Mexico Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference, 1994 (Sante Fe).

-Arizona Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors (AzAADAC) Annual Conference, 1994 (Camp Verde, AZ.).

-Western Social Science Association, 37th, 38th Annual Conference, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002 (Oakland, Reno, Albuquerque, Reno, Albuquerque).

-Pacific Sociological Association, 71st Annual Meeting, 2000 (San Diego).

-South West Academy of Criminal Justice Annual Meeting, (Houston, TX.) Oct. 2-4, 2003.

-Southwestern Psychological Association, 50th Annual Conference (San Antonio, TX). April 8-10, 2004.




Member, Graduate Admission Committee for Sociology Doctoral Program at UNH (voting graduate member), 1970-72.


Coordinator, Sociology Colloquial Series at University of New Hampshire, 1970-72.


Principal Investigator & Research Director, "Background Investigation of Inmate Population at the New Hampshire Penitentiary," 1969-70 (for Warden Parker Hancock).


Consultant and Investigator, "United Nations Youth Study" under direction of William Kvaraceus, Clark University, 1970-71.


Principal Investigator & Research Director, "Evaluation of Community Awareness of Juvenile Problems," New Hampshire Crime Commission research project (LEAA funded), 1970-71 (for Justice William Grimes).


Preliminary Investigator and Principal Grantsperson, "Para-Professional Criminal Justice Internships," Region I, LEAA Discretionary Project, 1971-1972.


Researcher, Title III Grant, "Theater Resources for Youth," under direction of Professor Richard Ingersoll, University of New Hampshire, 1969-70.


Researcher, "An Analysis of the Sequence of Selective Events in the Lives of Suicidal Populations," under direction of Donald Niswander, New Hampshire State Hospital (NIMH funded), 1971-72.


Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA), "Criminal Justice Graduate Intern," joint University of New Hampshire and Boston University program, 1972.


Member, "Research and Evaluation Committee," New Hampshire Governor's Commission on Crime and Delinquency, 1970-72 (Governor Walter Peterson's Administration).


Consultant, North Carolina 30th Judicial Court Counselors, 1973-77.


Principal Investigator & Research Director, "Appalachian Subcultures," University of North Carolina, Faculty Grant-in-Aid, 1973-1977.


Preliminary Investigator and Principal Grantsperson, "Hawthorn Heights Appalachian Group Home for Status Offenders," (LEAA Discretionary funding - $47,000), 1974-77.


Program Evaluator, "Hawthorn Heights Appalachian Group Home for Status Offenders," 1974-77.


Principal Investigator & Research Director, "The Real and Imaginary Cherokees," University of North Carolina, Faculty Grant-in-Aid, 1974-75.


Faculty Advisor, "Cherokee Native American Student Organization," Western Carolina University, 1974-77.


Faculty Advisor, "Veteran's Organization," Western Carolina University, 1974-77.


Faculty Advisor, "Organization of Ebony Students," Western Carolina University, 1976-77.


Consultant, Cherokee Mental Health and Alcohol Program, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Qualla Boundary, 1974-77.


Preliminary Investigator, "Cherokee House:  A Multi-Facet Community Treatment Center, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, 1974-74.


Principal Investigator & Research Director, "Human Magnetism of Southern Appalachia," funded through an American Bicentennial Grant,1976.


Principal Investigator, "Typologies of Cherokee Alcohol Pathologies," Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Qualla Boundary, 1975.     


Coordinator, "Inmate/student Interaction Program," a joint endeavor between Western Carolina University and the North Carolina Department of Correction's Asheville Pre-release and Aftercare Center, 1975-77.


Research Director, "Appalachian Violence: A Socio-Cultural Perspective on the Psychology of Aggression," funded through a University of North Carolina Faculty Grant-in-Aid, 1976-77.   


Consultant, Human Services Division, United Southeastern Tribes, Inc. (USET). Nashville, Tennessee, 1976.


Member, Chancellor's Cherokee Advisory Committee, Western Carolina University,1976-77.


Executive Co-Director (w/Hornbuckle), Native American Student Organization, Cherokee Chapter - affiliated with the American Indian Historical Society, 1976.


Consultant, State of North Carolina Department of Mental Health, 1976-77.


Affiliate Member, NETWORK USA, Interstate Parole Network, USA, Inc., 1977-85.


Computer Associate, University of Nebraska Computer Network, representing the Department of Community Services and Public Affairs, 1977-80.


Member, Lincoln Indian Center, Alcohol and Drug Education Advisory Board 1977-80.


Recipient, University of Nebraska - Omaha, "Teaching Enrichment Travel Grant," 1977.


Recipient, "Certificate of Appreciation" in recognition of outstanding support, contributions, and services, Lincoln Indian Center, April 24, 1980.


Member, Lincoln Indian Center, Ex-Offender Advisory Board, October 1978-80.


Member, Nebraska Indian Commission, Criminal Justice Advisory Committee, March 1978-80  .

Principal Investigator, "Comparative Native American Gerontology," University of Nebraska Center on Aging grant, 1977-78.


Attended "Computer Training Seminar," sponsored by SPSS, Inc. (Statistical Packet for the Social Sciences), Chicago, April 1978.


Preliminary Investigator and Principal Grantsperson, "Native American Correctional Treatment Program.  A $250,000 U.S. Department of Labor CETA grant funded to the Lincoln Indian Center, May 1978-July 1980.


Administrative Advisor, Executive Director, Lincoln Indian Center, 1978-80 (Also, Special Consultant).


Recipient, University of Nebraska - Omaha (UNO), "Teaching Enrichment Travel Grant," 1978.


Recipient, "Incorporating Computer Learning Techniques with Critical Social Science Curriculum," UNO Improvement of Instruction Grant, 1979-80.


Summer Research Service Fellow, UNO Center for Applied Urban Research, Summer, 1979.


Consultant, National Institute of Justice (KOBA Associates, Inc.), (1979-1981).


Licensed/Certified Associate School Psychologist, State of New Hampshire, July 1982/1997. 


                Bioethics Committee, Laconia State School, l981-84.


Research Psychologist, Quality Assurance, New Hampshire Hospital & Laconia State School, l980-84.


Management Information System (MIS) team, Laconia State School, l981-84.


Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor, State of New Hampshire, (#2) 1982-1990;  State of New Mexico, (#518) 1989-2003.


Participated, in the Dartmouth College and Brattleboro Retreat Clinical Series presented at New Hampshire Hospital, 1980-1998.


Completed, 31 hours of Family Systems Counseling presented by NH OA & DAP, 1983.


                Completed, Cocaine Workshop presented by NH OA & DAP, 1984.


Earned, APA Continuing Education Credits in Psychodynamic Group Therapy, 1985.


Recipient, Scholarship to attend 16th Annual New England School of Alcohol Studies at the University of Rhode Island, Kingston, June 23-28, 1985.


Member, Board of Contributors, Concord Monitor, 1986-87 (7 articles).


Senior Advisor and Consultant, Institute for First Americans, Vero Beach, Florida, 1986-1990.


Member Division 17, Counseling Psychology (American Psychological Association), October 1986-  .           


Charter Member Division 45, Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues, American Psychological Association, October 1986.


Counselor (Cpt. 2), State Employees Association (New Hampshire), 1985-89/ Union Steward.


Village & Water Commissioner, Pillsbury Lake District, Town of Webster, N.H., 1986-89.


Attended New England Regional Conference on Behavior, February 20-21; June 25-26, 1987.


Attended Prevention Connection Conference, Waterville Valley, April 8-10, 1987.             


Passed, State (Massachusetts) Civil Service Exam (May, 1988) for Psychologist IV (Chief Psychologist):  Score 92%.


Certified, Clinical Mental Health Counselor, National Academy of Certified Mental Health Counselors, (#1343) 1988. (NBCC certified, # 33841) 1993.


                Member, Editorial Board, Quarterly Journal of Ideology, 1982-  .


Nationally Certified School Psychologist, National Association of School Psychologists, (#12607) 1989-2007. (retired status, 2007).  .


"Breaking the Cycle of Child Abuse," University of New Mexico, 1.5 CEUs, 1989.


Western New Mexico University (WNMU) Honorary Doctorate Committee, 1990.


                WNMU Academic Council, 1996-


                WNMU Education Hall of Fame Committee, 1989-91.


                WNMU Admissions Committee, 1998-99.


                WNMU Graduate Council, 1990- 92/93-94.


                WNMU Faculty Senate, l992-94 (Alternate, 1994-95; 96 - 03),


WNMU Representative, American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), 1989- 93.


WNMU Research Committee, 1993-94, 1996-97 (chair), 2000-01; 2001-02 (chair).


                WNMU Curriculum & Instruction Committee, 1994-95.


WNMU Cultural Affairs Committee, 1991-92; 1994-95(Chair), 1995-96.


WNMU Research Grants (American Indian, clinical & forensic Studies), 1989-90, 1990-91,1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1996-97; 1997-98; 2000-01; 2001-02;


                WNMU Organizational Development Task Force, 1989-90.


                WNMU Alcohol & Drug Awareness Steering Committee, 1989- 91.


                WNMU Student Success Committee, 1994 -96.


                WNMU Special Needs Committee, 1994-96.


                WNMU NBCC National Counselor Exam site coordinator, 1994-2003.


                WNMU NBCC CEU training coordinator, 1992-2003.


                Parliamentarian, WNMU General Assembly, 1996-97.


                Vice President, Friends of Miller Library, l990 -97; President, 1997-2003.


                Treasurer, Phi Delta Kappa (WNMU Chapter), 1990- 91.


Member, New Mexico Task Force on Elementary School Counseling, 1989-92. .


                Faculty Steering Committee, WNMU Foundation, 1989-91


Principal Investigator, rural & minority norming of the AARS/POSIT, 1992 -97.


Member, N.M. Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Assocation, 1990-99; N.M Association for Addiction Professionals, 2000-2002.


                National Certified Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor, (#103) 1990-2003.


New Mexico Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association, Program and Training Committee, 1990-1999/ NM Association for Addictions Professionals, 2000-2002.


Presented workshops at New Mexico Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association's "Silver City Alcohol & Drug Institute", 1991-01)./ Presenter, N.M. Association for Addictions Professionals, 2002


Certificate of Recognition and Appreciation from the National Headquarters of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), Political Action Committee, 1990.


Certified Psychologist (Arizona #1795), 1990 - 91 \ Licensed Psychologist (Arizona #1795), l992


                Federally Certified Psychologist (BIA, VA, Military, with 10 point preference)  l992 -


Member, N.M. (Minority) Graduate Fellowship Program Committee, 1989-1991.


                President, Phi Delta Kappa (WNMU Chapter), 1991- 92.


                Historian, Phi Delta Kappa (WNMU Chapter), l992-93.


Vice President for Research, Phi Delta Kappa (WNMU Chapter), 1993-94.


                Alternate Delegate, Phi Delta Kappa (WNMU Chapter), 1994-95.          


US West Articulation Grant (with NMSU and Silver City Consolidated Schools), 1991 ($5,000.00).


                National Certified Addiction Counselor (Level II) (#1191), 1991 – 2003.


Co-chair (w/ B. Phillips), Program Committee, 25th , 26th, 27th & 28th  Silver City Alcohol & Drug Institutes, l991, 1994.


                U S West "Electronic Bulletin Board Grant" ($2,500.00), l991.


Principal Investigator, MMPI minority & rural norming (American Indians, Hispanics, & Anglo police officers). 1992 -97.


Principal Investigator, Ethnic & gender personality profiles of psychology majors using the LOC & MBTI, 1992 -97.


Member, Certification Board, N M Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association (2nd term), l992 - 98.


                Fellow, American Psychological Association, l992 -


                Member, Division 40 (Clinical Neuropsychology), American Psychological Association, l992.


                Member, Division 16 (School Psychology), American Psychological Association, l992.


Regional Coordinator, Project LEAD's Principal's Center & Institute, l991- 92 ($2,000.00 grant).


Advisory Committee, The New Mexico Center for Leadership in Educational Administration Development, l991- 92.


                Founder and Faculty Advisor, WNMU Native American Club, l989 –2003.


Selected for "Who's Who Among Human Services Professional," 1992-1993 Edition (National Reference Institute).


Co-Director (with Dr. Virginia Sanchez), WNMU/Los Palomos, Mexico, "Hands-Across-the Border" program, 1989 – 2003.                   


Participated in the Alliance 2000 workshops (1) in San Antonio, Texas, January 7 -10, 1993; at Texas A&M, February 21-22, 1997.


National Certified Counselor (NCC) by the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), #33841, 1993 (retired status, 2006).


Completed a 20 hour course on "treating the child sexual offender" conducted by Forensic Mental Health Associates, Topeka, May 12-14, 1993.


12 AMA-approved CE in Post Graduate Course in Practical Hypnosis, 1987 (Boston).


12 APA-approved CE in Trancework: Clinical Hypnosis (M. D. Yapko), Phoenix, 1993.


                6 APA-approved CE in MMPI-2 (A. B. Caldwell) Albuquerque, 1990


                "A"-level status re MMPI (National Computer Systems) #437555.


15 CE in substance abuse (Georgetown University Hospital), San Antonio, 1991.


10 APA-approved CE in Diagnosis & Management of Anxiety Disorders Albuquerque, 1991.


6 APA & ACA-approved CE, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (B. Hayes) Albuquerque, 1992.


President, Southwest Region, New Mexico Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association, 1991-94.


Certified CPM (Case Presentation Method Oral Examination Process), National Certification Reciprocity Consortium (NCRC/AODA) Albuquerque, October, 1993. Recertification & training, 1995.


Project Director, "Indian Studies Seminar," WNMU Exemplary Teaching Grant (w/ Rodriguez & Nackerud), 1993/94.


Project Co-Director (w/ Scott Myers) & local coordinator: "Comparative Social Services" a joint program between Plymouth State College (N.H.) and WNMU, 1993-


                Founder & faculty advisor, WNMU Psychology Club, 1994.


5.25 APA-approved CE, Neurobehavioral Management (New Medico Head Injury System), Dallas, 1991.


24 APA-approved CE credits in introductory & advanced training, Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery (Arnold D. Purisch), Denver, 1994.


                Licensed School Psychologist (New Mexico) #243315.


                Steering Committee, Grant County DWI Grant, 1994-95.


Member, Silver City Community Corrections program (Adults & Juvenile panels, 1994-


NBCC (National Board for Certified Counselors) training workshops presented/provided to clinical professionals: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (4); DSM-IV (6); Youth Suicides (2); AARS/POSIT (4), Personality Disorders (1); Professional Ethics (2); Clinical Psychopharmacology (5), Treating the Paraphilia (2); Differential Diagnoses (2); Myers-Briggs (1); Family Satisfaction Inventory (3); MMPI, MMPI-2, MMPI-A & MSE (4);


APA (American Psychological Association) training workshops presented/provided to licensed clinical psychologists in conjunction with WNMU's Social Science's Research and Training Institute, New Mexico State University, NM Psychological Association & the Prescribing Psychologists Registrar:  Series II and III of the PPR curriculum on psychopharmacology (Basics of Neurobiology & Psychopharmacology & Overview of Neuroanatomy for Psychopharmacologists).  Series II presented May 8 & 9, 1999; Series III presented July 10 & 11, 1999 at New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.


Diplomate status, The American College of Forensic Examiners: Forensic Examiner; Forensic Medicine; Forensic Psychology; Neuropsychology (#7103), February, 1996.


Monthly Alzheimer's groups, open to public, presented at Safford Care Center, Safford, AZ, fall 1994 - fall 1997.


Chapter sponsor, charter member & Senior Faculty Advisor, WNMU Chapter of PSI CHI, 1995 – 2003.


Attended workshop on "Assessment and Rehabilitation in Clinical Neuropsychology" presented by Charles Golden, Ph.D.,  Nova Southeastern University, The Center for Psychological Studies, Sept. 2&3, 1995 in Sante Fe (14 contact hours).


Principal Investigator, Project BESTT - Bilingual/ESL Special Education Teacher Training Project, U.S. Department of Education Grant, $297,614.00, Funded 8/95.


Completed Series I-V (88 contact hours) in Clinical Psychopharmacology. 1994-1996; FPPR Candidate, 1996.


Masters Addiction Counselor, NAADAC Certification Commission (#500157), 1/31/96.


Chair, Clinical Issues, National Association of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC) 1996-98.


Recipient, WNMU Exemplary Teaching Grant , "Comparative Multicultural Social Studies" international/interethnic program, 1997.


12/26/95 - 6/26/96: WNMU Sabbatical.  Certified Federal Psychologist, UNITY, Indian Health Services, Regional Youth Treatment Center, Cherokee, N. C.  Duties included clinical, neuropsychological and substance abuse assessments, crisis intervention, staff training (DSM-IV, Behavioral Therapy, ethics...), development of the Mental Health & Chemical Dependence Series for clients, advisor to Director and Clinical Supervisor.


FPPR, Board Certified, Diplomate-Fellow Prescribing Psychologist, December, 1996.

Member, Professional Advisory Board, (ICPP) International College of Prescribing Psychologists Inc., December, 1996. FSMI, Board Certified Diplomate-Fellow, March, 1999.


Co-chair, ICPP permanent committee on Continuing Education, 1997 -2000.


                Editorial Board, Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 1996-.


Completed compulsory post-graduate Prescribing Psychologists training Series VIII, XVII, 1997- 99.            


Recipient, lst New Mexico Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association, Educator of the Year Award. 1997.-


                Professional member, National Academy of Neuropsychology, 1997.


Member, Center for Mental Health Services Managed Care Initiative: Clinical Standards and Workforce Competencies Project & contributing editor, Co-occurring Mental and Substance Disorders (Dual Diagnosis) Panel - Annotated Bibliography (Kenneth Minkoff, Panel Chair, Choate Health Management, Inc., July, 1997., 150 pages.


Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) 1998 Program Committee Chair: Native Americans and Crime (seven panels developed for the 98 annual meetings); and Local Arrangements Chair for 98 ACJS annual meetings in Albuquerque, NM. March, 1998.


Alpha Phi Sigma judge for "Outstanding Member of the Year Award," "Graduate Member Scholarship Award," and "Outstanding Undergraduate Paper Award" at the 1998 ACJS Annual Meetings held in Albuquerque.


Co-Principal Investigator/Program Director (w/B. DeOca):  "Response to emotion stimuli in a tri-ethnic sample," National Science Foundation, Instrumentation Competition Grant. Submitted 3/1/98.  $34, 471 awarded Ref: SBR-9811955.


Recipient: The Outstanding Pioneer Leadership Award, International College of Prescribing Psychologists, September, 1998.


Test consultant, Veritas Assessment Systems, re: first National Exam for Prescribing Psychologists, 1998 - 99.


Recipient, Honor Medal for 823 Bombardment, for services while in the USMC, from the Republic of China at the Celebration of the Double Tenth (87th year)National Day of the Republic of China.  Medal presented by Ambassador Francias C. R. Lee on October 5, 1998 in Albuquerque.


Participant:  "Strategic Planning Meeting on Crime and Justice Research in Indian Country", sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, Office of Juvenile justice and Delinquency Prevention, and Office of Justice Program's American Indian and Alaska Native Affairs Office, held in Portland, Oregon, October 12-                16, 1998.


Recipient.  Leadership in Research Award, National Institute on Drug Abuse for "Outstanding Leadership in Conducting Research on Drug Abuse and Addiction."  Presented by the Deputy Director of NIDA at the National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors 23 Annual Conference on Addiction Treatment, Philadelphia, May 27, 1999.


FICPP, Board Certified, Diplomate-Fellow in Psychopharmacology: International College of Prescribing Psychologists (ICPP) and Prescribing Psychologists' Register(PPR): 300 + hours APA-approved hours in psychopharmacology and related sciences, August, 1999.


Charter member, Division 53, Division of Clinical Child Psychology, American Psychological Association, 1999.


Charter member, Division 54, Society of Pediatric Psychology, American Psychological Association, 1999.


Program Committee member, "Gender and Diversity Division, Academy of Management, 1998-2001.


Keynote Speaker, At the SAMHSA, Addiction Technology Transfer Centers' Pre-Conference Workshop at the 30th Annual MARRCH Chemical Dependency Conference held in Bloomington, MN, October 26, 1999: "Psychocultural Conflict, Personal Marginality and Addiction among Native Americans."  Also served on Round Table Discussion with Dr.  Marc Schuckit & Dr. David Deitch.


Passed, First National Examination in Advanced Psychopharmacology for Licensed Clinical Psychologists, UCLA, May, 1999.


Continuing AMA Medical Education (Category 1), Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc. "Advanced Clinical Psychiatry" series (Journal of Clinical Psychiatry ) 1999-


                Member, Criminal Justice SIG, NAADAC, 1999.


Chair, Ethics Committee, New Mexico Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors Association, NMADACA, 2000 – 2002.


Member, Program Review Committee, 70th Annual Convention: Rocky Mountain Psychological Association 2000, Tucson, AZ, April, 2000; 71st Annual Convention: Rocky Mountain Psychological Association 2001, Reno, NV; Psi Chi Review Committee

                (Reno RMPA meetings, 2001).


Member, Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology, Steering Committee, 2001-2003.


Primary Technical Reviewer & Editorial Board Member: National Institute of Justice's Crime & Justice Research & Evaluation:  American Indian and Alaska Native Program, 1998-2003.


Member, Board of WNMU United Campus Ministry, 2001-03.


“Conducting and Writing Neuropsychological Evaluations”,  (20 APA CE credits), Prescribing Psychologists’ Register post-doctorate studies, January 12, 2002.


“Neuropsychology for Clinical Practice,” (18 CE Credits), American Psychological Association , Office of Continuing Professional Education February 12, 2003.


-Member, WNMU IRB (Institutional Review Board), 2001-2003.


Inductee, Wall of Tolerance, National Campaign for Tolerance, February 15, 2002.


Senior Research Associate, Justiceworks, Institute for Policy and Social Science Research at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, 2002 –


Keynote Speaker, WNMU 2003 Honors Ceremonies,  May, 2003.


Primary Faculty Advisor, Psi Chi Chapter, Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, Texas, 2003 –04


Member, Library Committee, Prairie View A&M University, 2003-04


“Lifetime Achievement Award” New Mexico Association for Addiction Professionals (August 6, 2004).


Graduate Council member, Prairie View A&M University, 2003-04


Editor, Research Reports, International Journal of Comparative Criminology,(2004 -06).


Blind reviewer/evaluation team, Tribal Youth Longitudinal Study – National Institute of Justice, OJJDP, April 17-20, 2006.


“Pharmacopsychologists’ Research Review”, (15 PPR/APA CEUs), Prescribing Psychologists’ Register, post-doctoral studies, February 27, 2004.


“Psychological Assessment Review” (15 PPR/APACE CEUs) Prescribing Psychologists Register, post-doctoral studies, January, 2005.


“Assessment and Treatment of Domestic Violence” (20 PPR/APA CEUs) Prescribing Psychologists Register post-doctoral studies, June, 2006.


“Advanced Level Substance Abuse, Drug Addiction & Psychopharmacology”, Prescribing Psychologist Register post-doctoral studies (# 42), (15 PPR/APA CEUs).  February, 2007.


“Pain Assessment and Management: Challenges in Pain Control,” (15 PPR/APA CEUs), Prescribing Psychologists Register post-doctoral studies, February, 2008.


“Medical Error, Risk Management in Mental Health Practice” (15 PPR/APA CEUs) Prescribing Psychologists Register post-doctoral studies, March, 2009.


Attended:  USMC 2007 Educators’ workshop, Quantico, VA.  June 18-22, 2007.


Main speaker at 2008 American Association of Behavioral and Social  Sciences annual convention in Las Vegas, February 6-8, 2008.


Participant, NIJ’s Section 904 Violence Against Indian Women in Indian Country Research Workshop, Washington, DC: March 31-April a, 2009.


“Helping Patients Who Drink Too Much: Using the NIAAA Clinician’s Guide” APA workshop, Toronto, Canada, August 5, 2009: 4 CEUs.