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Resume for Lilya S. for Researcher / Scientist / Education & Science in Burlington, Vermont




Occupation: Researcher / Scientist Industry: Education & Science
Country: United States City: Burlington
State: Vermont ZIP: 05401



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Lilya S.

 

SKILLS 

  • MS Office MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook
  • Statistical Package for the Social Science SPSS
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong organizational, analytical and administrative skills
  • Detailoriented and efficient
  • Proficient in Russian and Hebrew
  • Education/Professional Training  

    Present  Ph.D. Student in Clinical Psychology, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT      Advisor: Kelly Rohan, Ph.D. 

      B.A. in Psychology, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

    Honors Thesis: “Psychopathy as a differentiating variable among sexual offenders”

       Advisor: Raymond Knight, Ph.D.

       Graduated with High Honors

    Professional Experience  

    Joslin diabetes Center, Boston, Massachusetts May to May

    Research Coordinator/Lab Manager

    Recruited upon college graduation to coordinate research study addressing the efficacy of behavioral/educational intervention for improving patient adherence to therapeutic recommendations and diabetes selfcare behaviors. Organized recruitment of more than participants; scheduled and administered cognitive, behavioral, and psychological assessments. Conducted study visits to track and record participants’ progress in the program. Gathered, processed, and verified research data.

  • Instrumental in performing literature searches and grant reviews to facilitate compliance with NIH and local IRB guidelines, ensuring the integrity of all program procedures and the protection of research subjects.
  • Assisted in development and distribution of curricular materials for diabetes education programs.
  • Collaborated with peers to compile, draft, and prepare diabetes study findings for publication.
  • VOICES AGAINST VIOLENCE, Framingham, Massachusetts  September to May

    Clinical Intern

    Leveraged undergraduate training in psychology and experience gained as Emergency Medical Technician to skillfully and compassionately respond to calls on hour hotline to crisis center for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Provided confidential counseling to callers regarding safe strategies for entering emergency shelters and obtaining hospital, police and legal advocacy.

  •       Participated in counseling sessions with and organized activities for shelter residents.  
  • Facilitated outreach programs to area physicians.
  • Completed a hours training course on the dynamics of domestic and sexual violence,      counseling/advocacy skills, and emotional responses to trauma.
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    Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts December to May

    Research Assistant, Department of Psychology

    Concurrent with undergraduate studies, served as Research Assistant for Psychology laboratory, supporting study examining relationship between a fixation on violence and/or sexuality and the developmental history of male college students.

  • Recruited and debriefed male student research subjects for project.
  • Administered Stroop task and Multidimensional Assessment of Sex and Aggression MASA to study participants.
  • teaching experience  

     Abnormal Psychology, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT.   

    Teaching assistant for an upperlevel undergraduate lecture class students. 

     Abnormal Psychology, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT.      Teaching assistant for an upperlevel undergraduate lecture class

    students. 

     Abnormal Psychology, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.   

    Teaching assistant for an upper level undergraduate lecture class and discussion sections students.

    Clinical Experience  

    Present Group Therapy Provider, Behavior Therapy and Psychotherapy Center, Burlington, VT. Group therapy and cognitivebehavioral therapy for adults with substance use disorders.  

    Present PreDoctoral Clinician, Behavior Therapy and Psychotherapy Center, Burlington, VT. Outpatient therapy and assessment for adults and adolescents with a wide range  of psychological disorders. Specialization in Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Eating Disorders.


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