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PENELOPE L. NORTON, Ph.D.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Licensure: State of Florida PY 0003198


PROFESSIONAL SPECIALITIES

Clinical and Child Psychology: Individual, group, couple and family psychotherapy with children and adults.

Diagnostic evaluations of children and parents.

Crisis intervention and trauma resolution.

Supervision, training and consultation to mental health and education professionals and institutions.

EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Ph.D.: University of Rochester, New York
Clinical Psychology, March 1980
(APA approved)

Intern: University of Rochester Medical Center
Department of Psychiatry (Psychology)
Clinical Psychology Intern (APA approved)

B.A.: University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
B.A. in Psychology with high honors
December 1974

Honors

Phi Beta Kappa

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1984-Present: Private Practice
Clinical and Child Psychology
Ormond Beach, Florida


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Adjunct Faculty, Psychology of Women, Child
Psychopathology
University of Central Florida
1997- 1999

Visiting Faculty, Child Psychotherapy
Devereux Foundation
Melbourne, Florida
1991

Instructor, Psychology of Women
Stetson University
DeLand, Florida
1988

Adjunct Faculty, Child Psychopathology
Family Practice Residency Program
Halifax Hospital
Daytona Beach, Florida
1987-1988

Adjunct Faculty, Personality Theory
Nova University
School of Professional Psychology
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
1983

Co-instructor, Child Development
University of Rochester
School of Dentistry
Rochester, New York
1980

Instructor, Developmental Psychology
Instructor, Community Psychology
Nazareth College
Rochester, New York
1977-1978

Teaching Assistant, Child Psychopathology
Community Psychology Practicum
University of Rochester
Rochester, New York
1977
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Psychological Association
Section of Clinical Psychology
(Sec.1) of Division 12, APA
Division 29 (Psychotherapy), APA

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Norton, P.L. The Family Loom: Weaving healing
Experiences for traumatized children and families
Into family life. Conference on Treatment of Mind
Control, Multiplicity and Ritual Abuse.
Los Angeles, California 1995

Felner, R. and Norton, P.L. Families of Divorce:
Modes of Intervention. American Association of
Psychiatric Services for Children.
Atlanta, Georgia 1978

PUBLISHED RESEARCH

Chapter, “Parents as Healers”
Book entitled The Hidden Holocaust: Practical
Responses to Ritual Abuse Allegations.
1997

Felner, R.D., Norton, P.L., Cowen, E.L. and
Faber,S. A prevention program for children
experiencing life crisis. Professional Psychiatry.
1981, 12.

Cowen, E.L., Gesten, E.L., Boike, M., Norton, P.L.,
Wilson, A., and DeStafano, M., Hairdressers as
Caregivers: A descriptive profile of interpersonal
help-giving involvement. American Journal of
Community Psychology. 1979.

Goldman, J., Maitland, K., and Norton, P.L.
Psychological aspects of jury performance. Journal
of Psychiatry and Law. Fall, 1975, 367-375

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