Christa Marshall, Psy.D.

Assistant Professor of Psychology


585.594.6288
marshall_christa@roberts.edu

Licensed Clinical Psychologist, State of NY
Private Practice Marshall Psychological Services, LLC

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Marshall Psychological Services, LLC Owner, Private Practice Richmond, VA July 2013 – June 2019
Rochester, NY July 2019 – Present
• Founded, grew, and manage the clinical and business oversite for a psychology private practice that accepts several private insurances. • Specialty clinical populations include: mood disorders, trauma, anxiety, adjustment to medical problems, neurocognitive assessment, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, and insomnia. • Evidenced-based interventions include: prolonged exposure, cognitive processing therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, and dialectical behavior therapy.

Clinical Evaluator (Contractor) – Veterans Benefits Administration and Social Security Administration
• Conduct clinical evaluations and write reports, including medical source statements, for mental health conditions to determine eligibility for disability benefits. • Complete medical source statements for cases on appeal. 360 Evaluator, Virginia Commonwealth University • Parsed through workplace survey data and summarized relevant behavioral feedback to executives as part of a larger performance improvement workshop.

McGuire Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) Staff Psychologist, Richmond, VA Evidenced Based Psychotherapy Trainings
• Completed 3-day Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) training for individual and group treatment formats. o Completed 6-month CPT consultation process, including both group and individual CPT format. o In process of submitting CPT certification packet. • Completed 4-day Prolonged Exposure (PE) training through the National Center for PTSD. o In process of completing 6-month PE consultation process, involving tape review and outcome measurement. • Completed 5-day Prolonged Exposure Consultant training through National Center for PTSD.

Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center (PRC) Psychologist
• Provide assessment of cognitive and emotional functioning, as well as interventions to patients on this TBI/Polytrauma unit. Assessments can include clinical intakes, cognitive screenings, capacity evaluations, and neuropsychological assessment. Interventions can include individual psychotherapy, family psychotherapy, education, and support. • Provide education, consultation, and support to other interdisciplinary team members regarding cognitive and emotional functioning. • Provide supervision for psychology trainees.

Emporia Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) Psychologist
• Sole psychologist at this CBOC. Responsibilities include conducting psychological evaluations, psychotherapy (group and individual), and crisis management in this rural VA facility. • Treatment protocols include Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia, Seeking Safety, PTSD Recovery Groups, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression Groups, and Anger Management Groups. • Provide mental health consultation for medical staff (i.e., physicians, nurses) and other mental health providers (i.e., psychiatry, social work) in this small, primary care setting. • Program development and evaluation projects currently underway: o Revising clinical consult process to improve efficiency and access to appropriate care. o Implementing and revising a time-limited, semi-open group psychotherapy protocol for depression

PTSD Clinic Psychologist December 2013 – March 2015
• Conduct PTSD intakes, including gathering NEPEC data. • Conduct combat-related PTSD Recovery Groups, including groups specifically for female combat Veterans. • Conduct PTSD Anger Management Groups and conduct program evaluation. Supervisory Experience • Recruited three psychology externs from Virginia Commonwealth University to train at rural CBOC location in Emporia, Virginia. • Designed and co-facilitated a half-day psychology extern orientation to the VA system. • Complied/revised a psychology trainee manual introducing trainees to the VA system, administrative protocols, and clinically important tasks. • Supervised psychology externs conducting mental health intakes, psychological testing, neuropsychological testing, cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia evaluations, mental health groups, and individual psychotherapy (i.e., Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy

CLINICAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
October 2011 – August 2012 Richmond VAMC MIRECC Registry Study Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center, Richmond,VA
• Completed video training and became a reliable rater for the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV (SCID) as part of a multi-site registry study. August 2007 – June 2010 Research Assistant, Psychology Department Roosevelt University, Chicago Illinois Supervised by Susan Torres-Harding, Ph.D. • Selected instruments to assess outcome measures for an outpatient mental health program servicing young adults. Conduct clinical interviews with group participants in order to evaluate program. Aided with qualitative analysis using grounding theory and presented preliminary findings at a regional conference.

MEDIA COVERAGE
Janota, L. (2010). Paving the way: Students inspired to help others find their way to Roosevelt’s highly selective Psy.D. program. Roosevelt Review, Spring 2010, 32-35. Retrieved from http://www2.roosevelt.edu/alumnimag/10spring/index.html Behavioral Health Alliance of Grundy County. (2013). Grundy seminar explores how trauma takes its toll.

Behavioral Health Alliance of Grundy County, 2013. Retrieved from http://www.bhagrundycounty.com/ptsd-workshop-sold-out-success/

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
2007 – Present American Psychological Association (APA)
2016 – 2019 Richmond Academy of Clinical Psychologists
2016 – 2019 Virginia Academy of Clinical Psychologists

PUBLICATIONS
Pichler-Mowry, R., & Marshall, C. (2010). Risk factors for suicidal ideation and suicidal behaviors in patients with chronic pain. Pain Summit: Hines VA Quarterly Newsletter on Pain, 1, 1.

Marshall, C. M., Doucette, D. M., & Abiola, U. (2010). Best practices for teaching controversial topics in psychology. In S. A. Meyers & J. R. Stowell (Eds.), Essays from e-xcellence in teaching (Vol. 9, pp. 40-43). Retrieved from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology Web site: http://teachpsych.org/resources/e-books/eit2009/index.php.

Abiola, U., Doucette, D. M., & Marshall, C. M. (2009). Strategies for presenting controversial issues in the classroom. Proceedings of the Roosevelt University Mini-Conference on Teaching, 6, 20-21.

PRESENTATIONS
Alcantara, L., Graham, B., Torres-Harding, S.R., Rosing, H., Felczak, J., Marshall, C., & Nappe, D. (2007, October). Critical reflection and social analysis in community-based service learning. Roundtable discussion presented at the Midwest ECO Conference: Uniting for Change across Disciplines, Action, and Research, Chicago, IL.

Torres-Harding S.R., Alvarez, J., Hidalgo, M., Alvarez, J., Marshall, C., Felczak, J., Boan, B. K., Borrilez, A., Boyd, M., Erawan-Coppage, E., Fox, J., & Reh, C. (2008, May). Integrating community psychology principles with clinical work. Roundtable discussion presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

Marshall, C. (2008, October). Anxiety disorders. Lecture and discussion presented in an undergraduate classroom at Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL.

Marshall, C. (2008, November). Assessment of neuropsychological functioning in the VA. Lecture and discussion presented in an undergraduate classroom at Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL.

Marshall, C. (2009, January). Diagnosis and assessment. Lecture and discussion presented in an undergraduate classroom at Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL.

Marshall, C., & Nappe, D. (2009, February). How to find a clinical practicum. Lecture and discussion presented in a graduate classroom at Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL. Marshall, C. (2009, February). Gender, sexuality, and taboos. Lecture and discussion presented in an undergraduate classroom at Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL.

Abiola, U., Marshall, C., & Nappe, D. (2009, April). Best practices for presenting controversial topics in the classroom. Round table discussion presented Roosevelt University Mini-Conference on Teaching, Schaumburg, IL.

Meyers, S. Abiola, U., Marshall, C., & Nappe, D. (2009, May). Instructional barriers caused by what you teach and best practice solutions. A presentation at the Midwestern Psychological Association’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

Torres-Harding, S., Rogers, J., Marshall, C., Owen, L., & Gonzalez, P. (2009, May). Outcomes of a young adult group treatment intervention. A poster presentation at the Midwestern Psychological Association’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

Marshall, C. (2009, November). Assessment of neuropsychological functioning in the VA. Lecture and discussion presented in an undergraduate classroom at Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL.

Marshall, C. (2010, April). Cognitive deficits in elderly adults with bipolar disorder. Presentation, case study, and discussion presented at Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital in Hines, IL.

Marshall, C. (2011, February). Sleep Hygiene. Presented to veterans and family members as a part of the Family Empowerment Network quarterly workshop series, Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital in Hines, IL.

Thompson, N., & Marshall, C. (2011, September). Time Management. Presented to nursing staff of Home-Based Primary Care unit, Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center, Richmond, VA.

Marshall, C. (2012, March). Cognitive Disorder NOS and Multiple Sclerosis. Presented to the psychology staff, Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center, Richmond, VA.

Marshall, C. (2012, August). McGuire PTSD Recovery Program Anger Management Protocol. Presented to the PTSD Program staff, Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center, Richmond, VA.

Marshall, C. (2012, October). PTSD. Presented to community providers as a part of the Family Empowerment Network educational workshop, Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital in Hines, IL.

Marshall, C. (2013, January). PTSD in Veterans and Active Duty Military Personnel: Myths and Symptoms. Presented to community providers, Grundy County Veterans Assistance Commission, Grundy County, IL.

Marshall, C. (2013, February). Hines VA Hospital Psychology Department Electronic Resources Directory. Presented to psychology department staff, Hines, IL.

Marshall, C., Kvaal, S. A., & Lim, P. (2013, May). PTSD and TBI in Iraq and Afghanistan veterans. Poster session presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association Conference, Chicago, IL.

Marshall, C., Lynch, J. R., & Mack, L. (2013, August). Efficacy of an anger management group protocol for combat-related PTSD. Poster session presented at the Convention of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.

Marshall, C., & Meyer, B. (2016, June). Identity and Role Changes in Veterans as a Result of Traumatic Brain Injuries and Physical Injuries. Invited talk at the Veterans Treatment Court Conference, Anaheim, CA.

Marshall, C., Hamilton, J. (2016, June). Opportunities and Challenges in Delivering Telemental Health Services to Small Rural Communities. Invited talk at the Veterans Treatment Court Conference, Anaheim, CA.

Marshall, C., (2016, August). PTSD and TBI. Invited talk at NADCP’s Prosecution and Defense Counsel Training, Reno, NV.

Marshall, C., (2017, June). Medication Assisted Treatment in Drug Courts. Invited talk through NADCP at the Colorado Collaborative Justice Conference, Denver, CO.

Marshall, C., (2017, June). Alternatives to Opioids and Pain Management in Drug Courts. Invited talk through NADCP at the Colorado Collaborative Justice Conference, Denver, CO.

Marshall, C., (2017, August). Shifting the Lens: Alternative Approaches in Drug Treatment Courts. Invited talk through NADCP at the State of Virginia’s Drug Treatment Court Conference, Roanoke, VA.

Marshall, C., (2018, April). Medication Assisted Treatment. Invited talk through NADCP at the Convening on Children, Youth, and Families, Dillon, CO. Marshall, C., (2018, April). Alternatives to Opioids and Pain Management. Invited talk through NADCP at the Convening on Children, Youth, and Families, Dillon, CO.

Marshall, C., (2018, May). From Soldier to Civilian – Key Role Transitions and the Impact on Veterans and Families. Invited talk through NADCP at the Colorado Collaborative Justice Conference, Denver, CO.

Marshall, C., (2018, May). PTSD and Brain Injury in Veterans: Legal Implications and Treatment Courts. Invited talk through NADCP at the Colorado Collaborative Justice Conference, Denver, CO.

Marshall, C., (2018, May). Prolonged Exposure: The Effective Treatment of Which Everyone is Afraid. Invited talk through NADCP at All Rise Conference in Houston, TX.

Meyer, B., & Marshall, C., (2018, May). How to Manage Exposure to Trauma, Suicide, Homicide, and Overdose. Invited talk through NADCP at All Rise Conference in Houston, TX. Marshall, C., (2019, March). PTSD, TBI, and Substance Abuse. Invited talk through NADCP at the Colorado Collaborative Justice Conference, Denver, CO.

Marshall, C., (2019, March). Trauma and Violence: Why Some Veterans Become Violent and Other’s Don’t. Invited talk through NADCP at the Colorado Collaborative Justice Conference, Denver, CO.

Marshall, C., (2019, March). Survivor’s Guilt. Invited talk through NADCP at the Colorado Collaborative Justice Conference, Denver, CO. Meyer, B., & Marshall, C., (2019, July). How to Manage Exposure to Trauma, Suicide, Homicide, and Overdose. Invited talk through NADCP at All Rise Conference in Washington, DC.

Marshall, C., (2019, October). PTSD. Invited talk through NADCP at a Veterans Court Enhancement Training, LaCrosse, WI.

Marshall, C., (2019, October). Mental Health Disorders: How to Think Like a VA Clinician. Invited talk through NADCP at a Veterans Court Enhancement Training, Marion, OH.