Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Clinical Social Work position with accompanying supervision required for L.C.S.W. certification. I am a Certified Social Worker, C.S.W., in the State of Kentucky.
Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry, 1981, Indiana University South East (including 18 credit hours of teacher's education coursework).
Dr. Brian Alman's workshop, "Addictions and Dependency: The Six Steps To Freedom" (March 24 & 25, 1995) in Louisville, KY.
Masters and Johnson's workshop, "Treatment of Sexual Compulsivity: Adults And Adolescents" (August 19, 1994) with Mark F. Schwartz, SC.D., et. al. in Louisville, KY.
Richard C. Schwartz's, Ph.D., workshop, "The Internal Family Systems Model - Bridging the Individual and the Family" (April 29, 1994) in Louisville, KY.
William C. Wester's, II, workshop "Beginning Workshop on Clinical Hypnosis" (Nov. 5, 1993) and John and Helen Watkins' workshop "Intermediate and Advanced Workshop in Hypnosis - Ego-State Therapy" (Nov. 6 & 7, 1993) in Cincinnati, Ohio. See my new Ego-State Therapy web page.
Related Experience: Graduate Field Placements
Norton Psychiatric Clinic's Partial Hospitalization Program,
Home of the Innocents's Transitional Home for Young Families,
* 1992 Member of the Mayor's Task Force on Teen Pregnancy while a student intern at the Home of the Innocents.
* 1989-1992 Member of the Affirmative Action Committee at Colgate-Palmolive Company. This group meets monthly.
* 1991 (9 weeks) Co-facilitated Insight Group for Youth assessed at High Risk for Chemical Dependency with Phyllis Westray of Jefferson Co. Dept. for Human Services.
* Member of the ISSD, Int'l. Society for the Study of Dissociation since 1988: formerly the Int'l. Society for the Study of Multiple Personality & Dissociation, ISSMP&D.
Work Experience not related to Clinical Social Work
Colgate-Palmolive Company, Jeffersonville, IN 47130, 812/283-6611.
Position: Chemist. Duties include normal wet lab tests for process control and raw materials. 1990 to present.
Position: Q. A. Inspector. Duties included inspection of finished products for general appearance, weights, code dates, etc. When quality problems occurred, I helped to locate the source of the problem(s). January 1982 to 1990.
Borden Chemical Company, Louisville, KY 40216.
Position: Research and Development Laboratory Technician. Duties included lab tests on phenol-formaldehyde resins and others including hot plate cure, glass plate flow, gel time, viscosity, specific gravity, pH, tensiles, etc. I also had a very active role in the training of new lab technicians assigned to test production for the new phenolic plant when it started up. 1977 to 1979.
Will be furnished upon request.
This page was last updated on 01/04/02.
1995-2008 by "Pat," Patricia D. McClendon
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Pat McClendon's Clinical Social Work has moved to: ClinicalSocialWork.com
Ego State Therapy - featuring the works of "Jack", John G. Watkins and Helen H. Watkins.
Kentuckiana Resources (Kentucky and Southern Indiana)