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Dr. Donald E. Deering
Part-Time Lecturer
Department: Counseling
Office: (248) 709-2871
Email: deering@oakland.edu

Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8am - 7pm (by appointment only)

Courses Taught
- Testing & Assessment in Counseling - Psychometrics - Psychopharmacology - Clinical EEG & Psychophysiology - Introduction to Mental Health Counseling - Family, Couple & Child Counseling - Legal & Ethical Issues in Counseling - Intro to Clinical Assessment & Diagnosis - Intro to Community/Agency Counseling - Case Conceptualization & Treatment Planning in Counseling - Techniques of Counseling - Internship in Counseling (Masters & Doctoral) - Internship in Psychology (Masters & Doctoral)

Personal Information
PERSONAL INFORMATION: 1. Married with 2 boys. 2. Enjoy traveling, golfing, community and friends. TRAINING & EXPERIENCE: ADMINISTRATIVE: 1. Comprehensive Multidisciplinary Healthcare Practice Management 2. Practice Development, Expansions, Co-operatives, Mergers, & Acquisitions 3. Strategic Planning, Process Improvement, & Quality Control 4. Academic Alliances for Research & Graduate Internship / Residency Programs 5. Governmental & Private Sector Contract Procurement & Maintenance 6. Multi-site Management of Diverse Facility Settings & Various Provider Types 7. Fifteen-year Track Record of Entrepreneurial Ability & Business Acumen CLINICAL: 1. Comprehensive Psychological & Neuropsychological Evaluations 2. Independent Medical Evaluations (IMEs) 3. Quantitative Electroencephalography (qEEG) Assessment 4. EEG-Biofeedback, Cognitive/Behavioral & Integrative Therapies 5. Comprehensive Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning & Supervision 6. Licensed & Nationally Board Certified Provider / Supervisor 7. Child, Adolescent, Adult & Geriatric Populations

Interests
ACADEMIC, PERSONAL, & PROFESSIONAL HONORS: American & Michigan Mental Health Counselors Association, Board Member at Large (2009-Present) American & Michigan Counseling Association, Professional Member (2008-Present) Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine & Biofeedback, Board Member & Past President (2005-Present) The Enclave of Troy Community Association, Executive Board Member (2006-Present) International Society for Neurofeedback & Research, Honored Member (2000-Present) The Renaissance Club - Detroit Business Chapter, Young Executive Member (1999-2002) PSI CHI - The National Honor Society in Psychology, Inducted Member (1998) Golden Key - National Honor Society, Inducted Member (1998) Psychology Club – Oakland University Chapter, President (1996-1997) PSI CHI – Oakland University Chapter, Vice President (1996-1997) Americorps - Oakland University Chapter, Corp Member (1995-1997) Assoc. of Governing Boards of State Universities for Outstanding Students Award (1997) Michigan Community Service Award Finalist; Presented by Governor John Engler (1997) Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, Member (1995-Present) Biofeedback Certification Institute of America, Fellow (1995-Present) Team Leader; History and Development of Attachment Hierarchies Supervised by: Robert B. Stewart, Jr., Ph.D., Chief Advisor, Professor, & Chair of Psychology Department, Oakland University (1995)

Degrees
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.): Psychology, Specialization in Health Psychology / Behavioral Medicine Published Dissertation: Analysis of Quantitative Electroencephalographic (qEEG) Patterns in Fibromyalgia Patients as Compared to a Normative Database. Northcentral University Prescott Valley, Arizona 1999 - 2008 Masters of Arts (M.A.): Counseling, Post-Graduate Specialization in Mental Health Counseling / Psychometrics Oakland University Rochester, Michigan 1997 - 1999 Bachelors of Arts (B.A.): Psychology, Minor in Sociology / Health Sciences Oakland University Rochester, Michigan 1995 - 1997 Associates of Arts (A.A.): General Studies, Concentration in Psychology, Sociology & Health Sciences Macomb Community College Clinton Township, Michigan 1992 - 1995 LICENSURES & BOARD CERTIFICATIONS: Counselor – (Licensed Professional Counselor - Michigan License # 6401007472) Psychologist – (Doctoral Educ. Ltd. - Michigan License # 6301011203) Board Certified Counselor, NBCC* (NCC # 57230) * National Board for Certified Counselors, Inc. Board Certified EEG Practitioner & Fellow, BCIA* (Practitioner #1295) * Biofeedback Certification Institute of America

Publications
PUBLICATIONS & RESEARCH: JHargrove, RBennett, DSimons, SSmith, SNagpal, DDeering (Pending). A Randomized Placebo Controlled Study of Non-invasive Neuromodulation in the Treatment of 77 Fibromyalgia Patients. Collaborative Research Project: NeuroHealth Institute, Kettering University & McLaren Hospital; Journal of Rheumatology. Submitted: August, 2010. JHargrove, DSimons, RBennett, SSmith, SNagpal, DDeering (2010). Quantitative Electroencephalographic Abnormalities in Fibromyalgia Patients. Collaborative Research Project: NeuroHealth Institute, Kettering University & McLaren Hospital; Journal of Clinical EEG & Neuroscience. JHargrove, RBennett, DSimons, SSmith, SNagpal, DDeering (2010). Oral Presentation: A Randomized Placebo Controlled Study of Non-invasive Cortical Electrostimulation in the Treatment of 77 Fibromyalgia Patients. American College of Rheumatology’s Annual Scientific Meeting, Atlanta GA. November, 6-11, 2010. JHargrove, RBennett, DSimons, SSmith, SNagpal, DDeering (2010). Abstract: Non-invasive Cortical Electrostimulation in the Treatment of Fibromyalgia. Arthritis & Rheumatism, October, 2010 Publication. DDeering (2008). Dissertation: Analysis of Quantitative Electroencephalographic (qEEG) Patterns in Fibromyalgia Patients as Compared to a Normative Database, Northcentral University; NCU Dissertation Database & ProQuest Publications. DDeering & JWhite (2000). Neurotherapy: A Solid Alternative to Medication. Nursing Excellence, June/July issue. Holmes Publishing, East Lansing, MI. DDeering & JFawcett (1999). Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Neurobiofeedback. Nursing Excellence, June/July issue. Holmes Publishing, East Lansing, MI.

Other Information
ACADEMIC AFFILIATIONS: Faculty & Site Supervisor - Oakland University, School of Education & Human Services, Department of Counseling, MA & PhD Programs (2004-Present) Core Faculty & Faculty Advisor - University of Phoenix, College of Health & Human Services, Departments of Counseling & Psychology, BS & MSC Programs (2009-Present) Site Supervisor - University of Detroit Mercy, Department of Psychology, MA & PhD Programs (2009-Present) Site Supervisor - Michigan School for Professional Psychology, MA & PsyD Programs (2009-Present) Site Supervisor - Wayne State University, School of Medicine, Independent Study Elective Program (2009) Adjunct Professor - University of Michigan - Dearborn, School of Psychology, MS Program (2008-2009) Faculty - Genesys Regional Medical Center, Genesys Learning Institute (2006-2009) Adjunct Professor - Madonna University, School of Psychology (2002-2003) Graduate Preceptor - Center for Humanistic Studies, School of Psychology (2000-2003) Graduate Preceptor - University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, School of Social Work (2001-2002)

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