• D.D. Doctor of Divinity, American Institute of Holistic Theology. Date of Graduation (D.O.G.): 3/31/97. Emphasis of this degree program is upon the religious science of health and healing.

  • Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, University of Southern California. D.O.G.: 5/7/93. APA approved program. Dissertation: "Supervision of Counselors in Training: An Analysis of the Discrimination Model." Graduated first in class of Counseling Psychology and School of Education doctoral students. Recipient of Delta Epsilon "Best Dissertation Award" for 1993. Phi Delta Kappa honor society.

  • MS. Systems Management, Air Force Institute of Technology. D.O.G.: 9/28/83. Thesis: "The Quality Circles Organizational Intervention: An Attitudinal Outcome Study". Sigma Iota Epsilon honor society.

  • MS. Clinical Psychology, Eastern Michigan University. D.O.G.: 4/2/76. Graduated first in class. Phi Kappa Phi honor society.

  • BS. Unified Science, Wayne State University. D.O.G.: 12/11/73. Graduated with High Distinction. Phi Beta Kappa honor society.

  • National Provider ID: 1477731107

  • Awarded "Fellow" status within the American Psychotherapy Association (APA); March, 2007.

  • Awarded the "Master Therapist" designation by the American Psychotherapy Association -- the highest honor that the APA bestows upon its members -- in acknowledgment of significant contributions to the field of psychotherapy; 7/21/05.

  • Certified member of The Michael Newton Institute for Life Between Lives Hypnotherapy (formerly The Society for Spiritual Regression); March, 2003.

  • Certified in Spiritual (Life-Between-Life) Regression by the National Association of Transpersonal Hypnotherapists (NATH) taught by Dr. Michael Newton (author of Journey of Souls); October, 2001.

  • Awarded Diplomate Status within the American Psychotherapy Association; 3/9/99. (Member #4620)

  • Licensed Psychologist (Ph.D. Level; #6301002000), State of Michigan; effective since 8/31/95.

  • Licensed Psychologist (Ph.D. Level; #3141), State of Arizona; effective since 12/12/94.

  • Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) score of 85.5% (171/200); October 12, 1994.

  • Certified in Clinical Hypnosis by the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (Certification #1028); 2/15/96.

Director of Innervision, P.C.Offices in Bloomfield Hills and Bingham Farms, Michigan, 11/96 - Present. (Previously located at: 5640 W. Maple, Suite 205, W. Bloomfield, MI 48322)

  • Dr. Roffey is the Founding Director of Innervision, P.C., a counseling center dedicated to treating adults who suffer from a wide range of psychological and social complaints in addition to offering a variety of self-improvement workshops. Dr. Roffey provides psychotherapy and hypnotherapy services.

  • Dr. Roffey's area of specialty is Hypnotic Regression. Having professionally trained with Dr. Brian Weiss (author of Many Lives, Many Masters) and Dr. Michael Newton (author of Journey of Souls), Dr. Roffey is uniquely qualified to employ deep trance for the purposes of self-discovery, transformation, and behavioral/emotional/psychological/spiritual change. Dr. Roffey's clients come from all over the world to receive treatment from him because of his international reputation as a skilled practitioner of the Hypnotic Regression method.

  • Dr. Roffey is a sought-after international lecturer and workshop facilitator on Hypnotic Regression methods and Andean shamanic traditions. He has undergone twelve years of apprenticeship training with native curanderos (e.g., healers) and shamans of the jungles and mountains of Peru and Ecuador. Additionally, Dr. Roffey has led over 20 groups to South and Central America through which hundreds have been exposed to, and trained in, indigenous healing methods.

Assistant Director of Behavioral Medicine Education, McLaren Family Practice Center, Flint, MI, Full-time, 10/95 - 12/96.

  • Faculty member within the McLaren Family Practice Residency Program (while concurrently holding a clinical appointment with Michigan State University's College of Human Medicine). Duties include the development of a behavioral science curriculum for Family Practice Residents and Internal Medicine Residents and the provision of teaching activities to (and on-going evaluation of) residents and medical students.

  • Assist in the development of a Post-doctoral Fellowship program in Primary Care Health Psychology.

  • Conduct a clinical caseload and provide clinical supervision to outpatient and day treatment counselors (psychologists and social workers) within the McLaren system as well as for professional counselors working at a local community college counseling center. Provide consultation-liaison for referred patients hospitalized within the McLaren system.

  • Develop a Pain Management Program for closed head injury patients.

  • Conduct administrative duties as needed within the unit.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Primary Care Health Psychology, Genesys--St. Joseph Hospital, Flint, MI, Full-time, 8/93 - 8/95.

  • Evaluated and treated medical patients with respect to psychosocial components of their medical condition(s). Assisted patients to achieve greater pain management through hypnosis and biofeedback. Assessed and developed intervention strategies to help patients make life style changes to reduce health risk factors, to more effectively cope with chronic illness, and to better adhere to treatment regimens.

  • Consultant to primary care allopathic and osteopathic physicians regarding the psychosocial aspects of patient treatment. These responsibilities include precepting resident physicians with regard to effective interview strategies and patient dynamics, inpatient consultation-liaison, and Balint group facilitation.

  • Consultant and lecturer to local Community College counselors on bi-weekly basis on contemporary issues related to the provision of problem-oriented and developmental counseling to college students.

  • Provided psychotherapy (i.e., individual, couple, family) and psychological assessment services to hospital outpatients.

Pre-doctoral Internship(APA approved), Counseling & Career Services, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, Full-time, 8/92 - 9/93.

  • Provided individual counseling, group counseling, and prevention services (workshops, training, and consultation) to an ethnically diverse student population under supervision.

  • Administered and interpreted the results of psychological assessments; incorporated findings into treatment planning, written reports and case presentations to peers; provided clients with feedback concerning assessment results.

  • Supervised one doctoral practicum student in the practice of individual counseling for the academic year.

  • Administered career assessments, interpreted the results thereof, and counseled students concerning vocational and career choice.

Social Worker, Little Peoples' World Group Home for Abused Children, Compton, CA, 20 hrs/ week, 1/91 - 7/92.

  • Instituted programs to promote healthy functioning of residents (ages 3 to 8 years).

  • Coordinated service provision for residents with the Department of Protective Services and community support agencies.

  • Prepared and presented staff development training programs to Child Care Workers.

Academic Advisor; University of Southern California; College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences; Los Angeles, CA; 16 hrs/week; 8/89 - 7/92.

  • Aided undergraduate students in academic planning.

  • Established "get well plans" for students on academic probation.

  • Provided outreach services to fraternities on campus.

Field Placement Student, University of California, Irvine, CA, 10 hrs/week, 10/91 - 6/92.

  • Provided individual counseling to an ethnically diverse student population under supervision.

Counselor at USAFA Cadet Counseling Center, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO, Full-time, 7/86 - 8/89.

  • Provided individual counseling to cadets.

  • Authored Air Force Academy Regulations concerning Equal Opportunity and Treatment and the Cadet Human Relations Counsel. The latter regulation institutionalized the Cadet Peer Advisement Program for which I served as the officer liaison.

  • Aided in the development of an intensive 40-hour training in counseling and listening skills for cadet peer advisors.

Staff Psychologist, Pontiac General Hospital Community Mental Health Clinic, Pontiac, MI, Full-time, 1976 - 1980.

  • Provided individual, couples, family, and group counseling with adult non-resident clients; crisis intervention.

  • Provided psychological assessments and testing, formulated diagnoses, presented a suggested treatment plan, authored final report.

  • Supervised psychology, social work, and medical graduate students concerning counseling and oriented them to the strengths and limitations of psychological testing.

  • Consulted with hospital, nursing home, and community agency personnel concerning team building and stress reduction.

Area Representative, Epilepsy Center of Michigan (ECM), Detroit, MI, 8 to 16 hrs/month, 1978 - 1980.

  • Counseled clients with epilepsy and their families living within a three-county area.

  • Represented ECM at epilepsy self-help groups and devised community education programs related to epilepsy and its treatment.

Psychology Assistant, Lafayette Clinic, Detroit, MI, 20 hrs/week, 1973 - 1976.

  • Received extensive training in psychological assessment. Administered the WAIS, MMPI, Bender-Gestalt, Rorschach, and TAT to adult psychiatric residents. Interpreted and wrote the psychological assessment reports under the supervision of a licensed psychologist.

  • Assisted with research into the effectiveness of assertiveness training in improving the social behavior of adults diagnosed as chronically mentally ill.

Assistant Director of Behavioral Medicine Education, Ass't Professor of Family Practice, Ass't Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, McLaren Family Practice Center, Flint, MI, Full-time, 10/95 - 12/96; Part-time, 1/97 - 8/97.

  • Faculty member within the McLaren Family Practice Residency Program (while concurrently holding a clinical appointment with Michigan State University's College of Human Medicine). Duties include the development of a behavioral science curriculum for Family Practice Residents and Internal Medicine Residents and the provision of teaching activities to (and on-going evaluation of) residents and medical students.

  • Assist in the development of a Post-doctoral Fellowship program in Primary Care Health Psychology.

Adjunct Clinical Instructor, Michigan State University (MSU), College of Human Medicine (A component of the Postdoctoral Fellowship in Primary Care Health Psychology at Genesys--St. Joseph Hospital), Flint Campus, 8/93 - 8/95.

  • Instructor for MSU's Family Practice Residency behavioral science rotation which involves discussing assigned readings, therapeutic interviewing of patients with the residents, and precepting with them as they see their patients during medical visits.

  • Taught third-year MSU medical students the fundamentals of family assessment and interviewing skills as part of their family practice clerkship.

Teaching Assistant, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, 3 hours/week, 9/92 - 5/93.

  • Prepared and presented lectures and group simulations for the undergraduate class, "Introduction to Educational and Vocational Guidance."

Assistant Professor of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership, United States Air Force Academy, Dept. of Behavioral Sciences & Leadership, Colorado Springs, CO, Full-time (Active Duty), 7/86 - 8/89.

  • Course Director of upper division classes in Abnormal Psychology. Ass't Course Director of required undergraduate course in Leadership Theory & Applications.

  • Taught a minimum of three courses per semester, academically advised 10-15 cadets throughout their years at the Academy, conducted research and presented findings at conferences and in professional journals.

  • Received the Dept. of Behavioral Sciences & Leadership's, "Teaching Award in Leadership," 1989.

  • Facilitated group discussions and simulations at numerous seminars with officer commanders, cadet commanders, and community leaders concerning leadership and organizational development issues.

Organizational Developer and Acquisition Project Officer, Los Angeles Air Force Base (LAAFB), Los Angeles, CA, 20 hrs/month (Reserve Duty), 8/89 - 1/91.

  • Primary advisor to the Program Manager for Space Test and Transportation (ST&T) programs concerning organizational development and acquisition management issues.

  • Developed and administered surveys to personnel concerning human relations issues and planned organizational restructuring. Analyzed data using SPSS. Prepared and presented briefings to management and survey respondents concerning findings.

  • Developed and facilitated leadership seminars for program office field grade managers.

Financial and Business Manager, United States Air Force, Full-time (Active Duty), 6/80 - 7/86.

  • Provided budgetary planning, cost estimating, cost analyses, and execution of current year budgets for several multi-million dollar defense programs. Support and defended these data with written reports and presentations up to and including the SALT negotiating team and the Assistant Undersecretary of Defense.

  • From 7/85 - 7/86, served as Director of Financial Management for the Deputy Commander for Space Systems, LAAFB. Directed and implemented major financial actions for a $2.2 billion annual budget supporting 11 Air Force satellite and space programs. Supervised and directed a staff office comprised of military and civilian personnel.

Roffey, A. E. (2010, September). Earth, Fire and Sacred Relationship -- Part II. Body Mind Spirit Guide, 12 - 13.

Roffey, A. E. (2010, August). Earth, Fire and Sacred Relationship -- Part I. Body Mind Spirit Guide, 10 - 11.

Roffey, A. E., & Newton, M. D. (February, 2005). Our Multi-Dimensional Nature As A Soul. The Monthly Aspectarian, 53-58.

Roffey, A. E., & Newton, M. D. (September, 2004). Our Multi-Dimensional Nature As A Soul. PhenomeNEWS, 64.

Roffey, A. E., Newton, M. D., Backman, L. R., & Canning, N. (September, 2004). Life-Between-Lives Spiritual Regression Training:
         Training Manual and Suggested Guidelines for LBL Facilitation. Published by The Michael Newton Institute for Life
        Between Lives Hypnotherapy (formerly The Society for Spiritual Regression).

Roffey, A. E., (2004). Foreward to Life Between Lives: Hypnotherapy for Spiritual Regression (by Michael D. Newton). St. Paul, MN:
        Llewellyn Publications.

Roffey, A. E. (Winter, 2002). Book Review: Spirit of the Shuar: Wisdom from the Last Unconquered People of the Amazon.
        Parabola, 104 -110.

Roffey, A. E. (December, 2000). Expanding the Heart. Dream Artist Tribe: A Newsletter for Urban Shamanic Practitioners, 12 - 17.

Roffey, A. E. (April, 2000). Resting with Mother Earth: Enchantment in the Andes. Whole Life Times, 22 - 23.

Roffey, A. E. (April, 2000). Transforming Ordinariness into Enchantment, Part II. The Monthly Aspectarian, 27 - 29.

Roffey, A. E. (March, 2000). Transforming Ordinariness into Enchantment, Part I. The Monthly Aspectarian, 27 - 30.

Roffey, A. E. (November, 1999). In Quest of a Bigger Heart. PhenomeNEWS, 47 - 50, 69.

Roffey, A. E. (June, 1999). Meetings with Remarkable People: Luzclara's and Tom Heckel's Call to Service.
        The Monthly Aspectarian, 72 - 76.

Roffey, A. E. (March, 1998). Jungle awakenings, Part III. The Monthly Aspectarian, 66 - 69.

Roffey, A. E. (February, 1998). Jungle awakenings, Part II. The Monthly Aspectarian, 61 - 66.

Roffey, A. E. (January, 1998). Jungle awakenings, Part I. The Monthly Aspectarian, 51 - 54.

Roffey, A. E. (December, 1997). Prophecies of the time to come. PhenomeNEWS, 23, 60.

Roffey, A. E. (October, 1997). Jungle awakenings, Part II. PhenomeNEWS, 17, 47.

Roffey, A. E. (September, 1997). Jungle awakenings, Part I. PhenomeNEWS, 45, 74.

Roffey, A. E. (July, 1997). When the eagle meets the condor. PhenomeNEWS, 13, 60.

Roffey, A. E. (1995). Book Review: Single-Session Therapy: Maximizing the effect analysis of the first (and often only)
        therapeutic encounter. Annals of Behavioral Science and Medical Education.

Goodyear, R. K., Roffey, A. E., & Jack, L. E. (1994). Edward Bordin: Fusing Work and Play. Journal of Counseling and
        Development, 72, 563-572.

Roffey, A. E. (1993). Supervision of counselors in training: An analysis of the Discrimination Model. Unpublished doctoral
        dissertation, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.

Roffey, A. E. (1993). Existentialism in a postmodern world: Meaningful lessons for the counselor.
        Counseling and Values, 37, 129-148.

Roffey, A. E., & Porter, D. B. (1992). Moral decision making and non-toleration of honor code offenses.
        Counseling and Values, 36, 135-149.

Roffey, A. E., Wood, F. R., Price, B. R., & Kallett, M. R. (1989). Work and family issues affecting early career decisions
        of the first women graduates of the U. S. Air Force Academy. Minerva, 7, 25-40.

Roffey, A. E. (1987). About inkblots and other testy subjects. Aspen Leaves, 3, 20-21.

Lyu, K. Y., & Roffey, A. E. (1983). The quality circles organizational intervention: An attitudinal outcome study (Master's thesis,
        Air Force Institute of Technology). National Technical Information Service (NTIS) Order # AD-A134506.

Roffey, A. E. (2008, September). Accepted Proposal - Values, Ethics, and Self-Knowing: The Foundation for Raising Consciousness.
        Presentation at the Third World Congress for Regression Therapists, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Roffey, A. E. (2008, March). Awakening the Sleeping Mystic: Experiential Spirituality and Hypnosis. Presentation at
        the "Hypnosis and Models of Spirituality" Symposium at the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) 2008 Annual Scientific
        Meeting ("Reflections: Celebrating Five Decades of Excellence in Clinical Hypnosis"), Chicago, IL.

Roffey, A. E. (2007, October). Values, Ethics and Self-Knowing: The Foundation for Raising Consciousness. Workshop at the
        International Association for Regression Research & Therapies, Inc. (IARRT) Annual International Conference "Path
        to Healing: Releasing Karma and Raising Consciousness," Western Connecticut State University, Danbury Connecticut.

Roffey, A. E. (1995-Present). Frequent lecturer in the community on topics of shamanism, Past Life Regression, Life-Between-Life
        Regression, and other related topics. A selection of these locations include:

  • Michigan State University's College of Human Medicine
  • The University of Michigan
  • Bloomfield Hills Public Schools
  • The Great Lakes Retreat
  • The Birmingham Community House
  • Body • Mind • Spirit Festival sponsored by phenomeNEWS

Roffey, A. E. (2005, March). Journey of Souls: Our Life Between Lives. Presentation at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat
        "Yoga and Sacred Healing" Symposium, Paradise Island, Bahamas.

Roffey, A. E. (2005, March). Shamanism, Healing, and the Sacred Self. Presentation at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat
        "Yoga and Sacred Healing" Symposium, Paradise Island, Bahamas.

Roffey, A. E. (2005, March). The Andean Cosmic Vision: Shamanism and the Energy Body. Presentation at the
        Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat "Yoga and Sacred Healing" Symposium, Paradise Island, Bahamas.

Roffey, A. E. (2004, October). Revolutionizing Spirituality: Moving from Faith to Experience. Workshop presented at the
        SSF-IIIHS Centre, Montreal, Canada.

Backman, L. R., Canning, N., Newton, M. D., & Roffey, A. E. (2004, September). Life-Between-Lives Spiritual Regression Training.
        Workshop presented by The Michael Newton Institute for Life Between Lives Hypnotherapy (formerly The Society for Spiritual
        Regression) for True Color Coaching and Therapy, Uffelte, The Netherlands.

Roffey, A. E. (2004, July). Journey of Souls: Exploring The Life Between Lives. Presentation at the Great Lakes Retreat -
        "Something Within is Calling You Home" Theme, Olivet, MI.

Roffey, A. E. (2004, May). Shamanism: Yesterday and Today, There and Here. Keynote Address presented to the 29th Annual
        SSF-IIIHS International Conference -"Awakening to Spirit" Theme, Montreal, Canada.

Roffey, A. E. (2004, May). Shamanism: The Art of Transformation & Healing. Workshop presented at the 29th Annual SSF-IIIHS
        International Conference -"Awakening to Spirit" Theme, Montreal, Canada.

Roffey, A. E. (2004, May). Life Between Lives -- An Hypnotic Spiritual Regression Workshop. Workshop presented at the 29th Annual
        SSF-IIIHS International Conference -"Awakening to Spirit" Theme, Montreal, Canada.

Roffey, A. E. (2004, May). Life Between Lives Regression. Workshop presented to the Integral Regression Network 2004 Retreat,
        Dorset, United Kingdom.

Roffey, A. E. (2004, May). Shamanism and Regression: A Workable Marriage?. Workshop presented to the Integral Regression
        Network 2004 Retreat, Dorset, United Kingdom.

Backman, L. R, Canning, N., Newton, M. D., & Roffey, A. E. (2004, March). Life-Between-Lives Spiritual Regression Training.
        Workshop presented by The Michael Newton Institute for Life Between Lives Hypnotherapy (formerly The Society for Spiritual
        Regression), Studio City, CA.

Roffey, A. E., & Backman, L.R. (2003, June). Shamanism and Regression. Presented to the First World Congress on Regression
        and Past-Life Therapy, Zeist, The Netherlands.

Backman, L.R., & Roffey, A.E. (2003, June). Life-Between-Lives Regression Therapy. Presented to the First World Congress on
        Regression and Past-Life Therapy, Zeist, The Netherlands.

Roffey, A. E. (2002, April). Awakened Consciousness: Breath and Energy Centers. Presentation to the Mystic Grounds forum at
        Renaissance Unity (formerly Church of Today), Warren, MI.

Roffey, A. E. (2000, July). Shamanic Healing: The Mystery, The Joy! Presentation at the Great Lakes Retreat - "Ushering in the
        New Millennium" Theme, Olivet, MI.

Roffey, A. E. (1999, July). Shamanic Healing: Lets Try This Together. Presentation at the Great Lakes Retreat - "Transformation"
        Theme, Olivet, MI.

Roffey, A. E. (1998, July). The Condor's Flight: Inca Shamanism and the Embrace of Mystery. Presentation at the Great Lakes Retreat -
        "Your Life is a Sacred Journey" Theme, Olivet, MI.

Roffey, A. E. (1997, April). Earth Day '97: Celebration of Life Keynote Address. Paper presented at the Sierra Club and University of
        Michigan - Flint Earth Day Celebration, Flint, MI.

Roffey, A. E., & Whiteley, S. (1995, August). Supervision of counselors in training: An analysis of components of the Discrimination
         Model. Paper presented at the 103rd annual convention of the American Psychological Association (APA), New York.

Garcia-Shelton, L., & Roffey, A. E. (1994, May). A family assessment module for the family practice clerkship. Paper presented at the
        27th annual spring conference of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM), Atlanta, GA.

Goodyear, R. K., McCormick, K., Roffey, A., Trager, J., Hunter-Schwartz, S., & Sells, J. (1992, August). In J. W. Lichtenberg (Chair),
        Using Research Groups in the Training of Scientist-Practitioners. Symposium held at the Centennial Convention of the American
        Psychological Association (APA), Washington, D.C.

Polkinghorne, D., Roffey, A. E., Sells, J. N., Hunter-Schwartz, S., & Trager, J. (1991, November). In R. K. Goodyear (Chair),
        Research Practice Skills: A Neglected Area in Counselor Education. Symposium held at the annual meeting of the Western
         Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (WACES), San Diego, CA.

Roffey, A. E. (1991, April). Yoga and self. In K. Koenigshofer (Chair), History and philosophy. Symposium conducted at the
        71st annual convention of the Western Psychological Association (WPA), Burlingame, CA.

Roffey, A. E. (1991, April). Toleration and moral decision making in an honor code environment. Paper presented in a poster session
        at the 71st annual convention of the Western Psychological Association (WPA), Burlingame, CA.

Roffey, A. E. (1988, April). Work and family conflicts. In W. H. Clover (Chair), Factors affecting the early career decisions of the
        first women graduates of the USAF Academy. Paper presented at the 11th biennial meeting of the Psychology in the Department
        of Defense Symposium, United States Air Force Academy, CO.

  • Rally 2007: The National Land Conservation Conference. Land Trust Alliance. Denver, CO: 10/04 - 10/6/07.

  • Michigan Conservation Stewards Program. Michigan State University Extension. Pontiac, MI: 2/3 - 3/26/07. Certified as a Conservation Steward in October, 2007.

  • Releasement Therapy Institute offered by the International Association for Regression Research and Therapies, Inc. (IARRT) taught by Hans TenDam (author of Deep Healing: A Practical Outline of Past-Life Therapy). Hanover, MD: 1/29 - 1/31/03.

  • Life-Between-Life Regression: Certification by the National Association of Transpersonal Hypnotherapy (NATH) taught by Dr. Michael Newton (author of Journey of Souls). Virginia Beach, VA: 9/20 - 9/23/01.

  • The Weiss Institute: Past-Life Therapy Professional Training. Omega Institute, NY: 7/9 - 7/13/01.

  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Institute: EMDR Level II Training (17 Hours). Cincinnati, OH: 10/20 - 10/22/00.

  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Institute: EMDR Level I Training (17 Hours). Toronto, ON: 8/11 - 8/13/00.

  • The Weiss Institute in conjunction with New Age Publishing, Inc.: Past Life Regression Therapy. Bloomingdale (Chicago), IL: 10/7 - 10/11/98.

  • The Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.:
    • Seminar on Ericksonian Approaches to Hypnosis and Psychotherapy. Phoenix, AZ: 12/11 - 12/14/97.
    • Fundamental Intensive Training. Phoenix, AZ: 7/11 - 7/15/05.

  • American Society of Clinical Hypnosis:
    • Advanced Workshop (Hypnotic Tools for a Lifestyle of Physical and Emotional Well-Being). Scottsdale, AZ: 5/17 - 5/20/12.
    • Beginning Workshop. Miami, FL: 12/9 - 12/12/93.
    • Intermediate Workshop. Cleveland, OH: 7/14 - 7/17/94.
    • Advanced Workshop (Psychotherapy). Newport Beach, CA: 12/1 - 12/4/94.
    • Advanced Workshop (Psychotherapy). Miami, FL: 12/14 - 12/17/00.
    • Advanced Workshop. Phoenix, AZ: 12/4 - 12/7/03.
    • Advanced Workshop (Language in the Treatment of Anxiety and Depression). New Orleans, LA: 1/30 - 1/31/04.
    • Advanced Workshop (Mind Over Matter: Hypnosis for Healing and Change). Miami, FL: 12/8 - 12/11/05.
    • Advanced Workshop (Clinical Hypnosis for Everyday Pain, Anxiety and Phobia). Niagara Falls, NY: 5/31 - 6/3/07.
    • Advanced Workshop (Metaphors and the Ericksonian Model). Scottsdale, AZ: 5/6 - 5/9/10.
  • Trustee and Secretary of the Board of Directors, Six Rivers Land Conservancy: March, 2007 - September, 2014.

  • Board Member, Oakland Land Conservancy (OLC): March, 2007 - Present.

  • Awarded "Fellow" status within the American Psychotherapy Association (APA); March, 2007.

  • Recognized as an Honorary Life Member of the International Association for Regression Research and Therapies (IARRT); February 17, 2006.

  • Awarded the "Master Therapist" designation by the American Psychotherapy Association -- the highest honor that the APA bestows upon its members -- in acknowledgment of significant contributions to the field of psychotherapy; 7/21/05.

  • Board Member, Companeros de Poqen Kanchay {501 3(c) not for profit corporation} whose mission is to support projects which seek to preserve indigenous cultures and provide economic sustainability to native communities, December, 2000 - May, 2006.

  • Former Vice-President and Board Member of The Michael Newton Institute for Life Between Lives Hypnotherapy (formerly The Society for Spiritual Regression); June 2002 - Sept. 2004.

  • Awarded Diplomate Status within the American Psychotherapy Association (APA); 3/9/99.

  • Member of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH).

  • Member of the National Association of Transpersonal Hypnotherapists (NATH).

  • Honorary Life Member of the International Association for Regression Research and Therapies, Inc. (IARRT).

  • Past Member of the American Psychological Association (APA).

  • Past Member of the Society of Teachers in Family Medicine (STFM).

  • Past Member of the Michigan Psychological Association (MPA).

  • Recognized in the Millennium Edition of Nationwide Register's Who's Who in Executives and Business; 3/23/99.

  • Recognized in 1999 Edition of the International Who's Who of Entrepreneurs; 3/19/99.

  • Life Member of The National Registry of Who's Who; 2/10/99.

  • USC School of Education Recipient: "Delta Epsilon Best Dissertation Award" for 1993.

  • Inducted into Phi Delta Kappa, Sigma Iota Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, and Phi Beta Kappa honor societies.

  • Recipient of Meritorious Service Medal (1989), two Air Force Commendation Medals (1987, 1982), and two Air Force Achievement Medals (1985, 1984).

  • Recipient of Outstanding Leadership Teaching Award for 1989: United States Air Force Academy.

  • Named in 1988 as one of the Outstanding Young Men of America.
  • Manuscript Reviewer for Exploring the Eternal Soul: Insights from the Life Between Lives, by Andy Tomlinson (2007), O Books, Hampshire, UK.

  • Manuscript Reviewer for Healing the Eternal Soul: Insights into Past Life Regression, by Andy Tomlinson (2006), O Books, Hampshire, UK.

  • Manuscript Reviewer for the Annals of Behavioral Science and Medical Education , 1994 - 1995.

  • Chairperson of the Graduate Student Organization in Counseling Psychology (S.C.O.P.E.), School of Education, University of Southern California, 1990 - 1991.

  • Sponsor to a Pakistani foreign exchange student to the Air Force Academy, 1987 - 1989.

  • Caseworker & Aide: Colorado Springs Big Brothers/Big Sisters, 1986 - 1989.

  • Ohio Youth Advocate Program--Advocate with high risk adolescent youth in foster care, 1981 - 1983.

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