EDWARD P. QUINN, Ph.D.
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Maine License # PS923
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, State University of New York at Binghamton, 1996
(APA and Academy of Psychological Clinical Science Approved). Dissertation Title: Effort Training and the Ability to Refrain From Smoking: An Analog Study. Committee chair: Thomas H. Brandon, Ph.D. Minor: Statistics.
M.A. Psychology, State University of New York at Binghamton, 1993. Thesis: The Relation of Task Persistence to Smoking and Substance Abuse. Committee chair: Thomas H. Brandon, Ph.D.
B.A. Psychology, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1987.
Thesis: The Effect of Functional Music on the Receptive Vocabulary of Severely Developmentally Disabled Children.
2010- Private Practice, Camden, Maine. Individual psychotherapy for adolescents and
adults as well as couples therapy, focus on trauma and anxiety disorders. Theoretical orientation: behavioral and psychodynamic with specialty in implosive and flooding psychotherapy.
1997- Disability Determination Services, Department of Health and Human Services, Augusta, Maine. Provide psychological evaluations with and without testing to assist adjudicators in determining Social Security disability cases.
2013- Worth Publisher’s Teaching. Learning. Community. (TLC) CE Program, CE Program Administrator and Senior Planning Consultant. New York, New York. Organize and produce clinical psychology conferences in the United States.
2003-2012 Center for Professional Education (CAPE), Director of Continuing Education,
West Rockport, Maine. Organized and produced clinical psychology conferences in the United States.
1998-2003 Private Practice, Rockland, Maine, Contract employee. Individual, group,
and couples therapy and psychological services for combat veterans, Lewiston Veteran’s Center.
1998-1999 Klearview Manor, Fairfield, Maine, Contract employee. Psychological
assessments for developmentally delayed adolescent and young adult residents.
1997-1998 Augusta Mental Health Institute, Augusta, Maine. Psychological services
primarily for a psychiatric forensic unit and secondarily for other hospital units. Research and statistical analysis for individual departments for quality assurance indicators. Designed a competency restoration program, as well as a hospital-wide treatment outcome evaluation program.
1996-1997 Pleasant Point Health Center, Perry, Maine. Responsibilities included
providing complete psychological services for adult and adolescent members of the Passamaquoddy Tribe.
1995-1996 V.A. Medical and Regional Office Center. Psychology Service, Togus,
Maine (APA Approved) Doctoral Internship rotations and supervisors:
• Acute Psychiatric Unit, Susanne Stiefel, Ph.D.
• Chemical Dependence & Rehabilitation Program, Frederick Ackley Jr., Ph.D.
• Geropsychology, Philip S. Pierce, Ph.D., ABPP
• Neuropsychology and Behavioral Medicine, Margaret Zellinger, Ph.D.
• Individual Therapy, Bruce Letsch, Ph.D.
• Rural Mental Health, Thomas Knox, Ph.D.
1990-1995 Psychological Research and Training Clinic. Department of Psychology,
State University of New York at Binghamton. Provided outpatient psychological services for adults, adolescents and children.
1994-1995 Psychological Research and Training Clinic. Department of Psychology,
State University of New York at Binghamton. Stephen A. Lisman, Ph.D., supervisor. Clinical Assistant and Advisor: Responsibilities included intake interviews, assignment of clinical cases, appointment and monitoring of trainee supervision, processing insurance forms and fee payments, and general management of clinic operations.
1993-1994 Smoking Treatment and Research Clinic. Department of Psychology, State
University of New York at Binghamton. Thomas H. Brandon, Ph.D., supervisor. Managed a major research project, including supervision of undergraduate students, administration of pretreatment assessments, facilitating three separate smoking cessation group therapy interventions, and general supervision of the research project.
1991-1993 Broome County Probation Department, Juvenile Division. Binghamton, New
York. Beth Avolio, Ph.D., supervisor. Completed court-ordered psycho-diagnostic assessments, court testimony, individual and group therapy, screening interviews of adolescents and their families regarding appropriate services, and consultation for a multi-disciplinary team regarding service recommendations for adolescents and their families.
1990-1991 Binghamton Psychiatric Center, Secure and Admissions Units, Binghamton,
New York. James Merry, Ph.D., and Michael Kritkauski, M.A., supervisors. Psychodiagnostic assessments with recently admitted patients, suicide evaluations, long and short-term individual psychotherapy, completion of annual evaluations, consultant to multi-disciplinary staff regarding the care and management of violent and suicidal patients.
1989-1990 The Children's Unit. State University of New York at Binghamton.
Raymond Romanczyk, Ph.D., supervisor. Day treatment program for children and adolescents with pervasive developmental disorders. Provided education to children, assisted in the development and implementation of behavioral programs, and conducted data analyses.
Brandon, T. H., Piasecki, T., Quinn, E. P., & Baker, T. B. (1995). Cue exposure treatment in
nicotine dependence. In D. C. Drummond, S. Tiffany, S. Glautier, & B. Remmington
(Eds.), Addictive Behaviour: Cue Exposure Theory and Practice (pp. 211-227). New
Copeland, A. L., Brandon, T. H., & Quinn, E. P. (1994). The SCQ-Adult: Measurement of
smoking outcome expectancies of experienced smokers. Psychological Assessment,
Pincus, D., & Quinn, E. P. (1995). Phobic Disorder. In A. R. Iesen, C. E. Schaffer & C. A. Kearney (Eds.), Clinical Handbook of Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents (pp. 195-222). New Jersey: Jason Aronson.
Quinn, E. P., Brandon, T. H., & Copeland, A. L. (1996). Is task persistence related to smoking and substance abuse? The application of Learned Industriousness Theory to addictive behaviors. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 4, 186-190.
Brandon, T. H., Collins, B. N., Copeland, A. L., Quinn, E. P., Juliano, L. M., & Lazev, A. B. (1997,
April). Negative affect induction enhances smoking urge and behavior. In B. Spring (Chair),
Mechanisms linking nicotine dependence and psychopharmacology. Symposium presented at
the meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco.
Brandon, T. H., Juliano, L. M., Copeland, A. L., Collins, B. N., Quinn, E. P., & Lazev, A. B.
(1997, April). Matching smokers to treatment based on negative affectivity. In R. A.
Brown (Chair), Addressing depression in smoking cessation: Does it make a difference?
Symposium presented at the meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San
Collins, B. N., Copeland, A. L., Quinn, E. P., & Brandon, T. H. (1994, November). Negative affect as motivation to smoke: Experimental evidence. Paper presented at the 28th annual conference for the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, San Diego, California.
Copeland, A. L., Quinn, E. P., & Brandon, T. H. (1993, November). The Smoking
Consequence Questionnaire: Redevelopment and validation with heavy smokers.
Paper presented at the 27th annual conference for the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Atlanta Georgia.
Copeland, A. L., Quinn, E. P., Collins, B. N., & Brandon, T. H. (1994, November). Negative affect reduction counseling as a smoking cessation treatment. Paper presented at the 28th annual conference for the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, San Diego, California.
Gates, D. M., Quinn, E. P., & Friedman, A. G. (1993, April). Familial correlates and behavioral treatment of pediatric headache. Paper presented at the 4th Florida Conference on Child Health Psychology, Society of Pediatric Psychology, and the University of Florida at Gainesville.
Juliano, L. M., Copeland, Lazev, A. B., Collins, B. N., Quinn, E. P., & Brandon, T. H. (1996, September). Smoking cessation for the negative affect prone: A treatment matching study. Paper presented at "Addictions '96: Treatment Across the Addictions" international symposium, Hilton Head Island, SC.
Quinn, E. P., Copeland, A. L., & Brandon, T. H. (1993, November). The relation of task persistence to smoking and substance abuse. Paper presented at the 27th annual conference for the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Atlanta Georgia.
Quinn, E. P., Copeland, A. L., & Brandon, T. H. (1994, April). The Addiction Scale of the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire: Reliability and validity. Paper presented at the 15th annual conference for the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts.
Summer Adjunct Instructor, State University of New York at Binghamton,
1994 Developmental Psychology (Psych 220). Complete course responsibilities.
Summer Clinical Supervisor, State University of New York at Binghamton. Stephen
1993 & A. Lisman, Ph.D., supervisor. Supervised clinical psychology graduate
1994 students' psychotherapy cases.
1992 Testing Supervisor, State University of New York at Binghamton, Assessment I (Psych 541). Supervised first-year graduate students in the administration of Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised and Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised.
RELATED PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE:
1989 Child Protective Services Intake Worker. Nassau County Department of Social Services, Mineola, New York. Mirial Burke, M.S.W., supervisor. Evaluated child abuse allegations and provided human services to families involved with the Department of Social Services.
1988-1989 Polysomnographic Technician. Medical Research Associates, Valhalla, New
York. Affiliated with New York Medical College. Daniel Stone, M.D., and Moshe Reitman, M.A., supervisors. Polysomnographic evaluations; dispensed CPAP prescriptions; consultant for neurologists.
1987-1998 Case Worker. Saint Mary's Children and Family Services, Syosset, New
York. Rita Larkin, M.S.W., supervisor. Provided individual and family counseling, case management, assessment of children's progress, and acted as a court advocate for the agency.
1987 Psychological Research Technician. Veteran's Administration Medical Center, Northport, New York. Irwin Feinberg, M.D., supervisor. Designed and constructed human and rodent polysomnographic laboratories; administered and scored polysomnograms for developmental sleep research.
National Alliance of Professional Psychology Providers
American Psychological Association, Division 42, Psychologists in Individual Practice
National Register of Health Service Psychologists
Maine Psychological Association