Resume

I have provided a copy of my Resumé below to give you a sense of what I’ve done over the years.

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

Private Practice, West Chester, PA

October 2006 – Present

Clinical Psychologist

Individual therapy with adults and adolescents in an outpatient setting

Couples therapy

Focus on ADHD, anxiety, depression, work/school issues, and life balance

Private Practice, Exton, PA                                                                       July 2005 – October 2006

Clinical Psychologist

Individual therapy with adults and adolescents in an outpatient setting

Couples therapy

Focus on ADHD, anxiety, depression, work/school issues, and life balance

Private Practice, McLean, VA                                                                December 1999 – July 2005

Clinical Psychologist

Individual therapy with adults and adolescents in an outpatient setting

Couples therapy

Focus on anxiety, depression, ADHD, work issues, and life balance

Dog Days Music Mediation, McLean, VA                                        August 1997 – September 2000

Founder

Performed mediation between bandmates

Researched sources of conflict in bands

Presented and wrote on band issues

Designed, created, and maintained website

Family Counseling Center, McLean, VA                                       October 1998 – December 1999

Clinical Psychologist

Individual therapy with adults and adolescents in an outpatient setting

Couples therapy

Focus on anxiety, depression, ADHD, work issues, and life balance

Outpatient Alcohol Counseling & Education Svcs, Rockville MD       August 1997 – March 1999

Counselor 1-2 nights/wk

Group therapy with DWI offenders in six-month treatment program

Business Mediation Associates, Washington DC                                       July 1997 – October 1998

Director of Communications

Co-authored book to help business partners manage their working relationship effectively

Conceptualized book to assist members of family businesses to work better together

Psychological assessment of prospective business partners to determine compatibility

Research and writing of articles on mediation, family-owned businesses, and partnerships

New Directions, Embreeville PA                                                                        February – June 1997

Psychological Associate 1 day/wk

Psychological assessment of detained adolescents for judicial disposition planning

Crozer Addiction Services, Media PA                                                            June 1995 – May 1996

Counselor 1-2 nights/wk

Individual and group therapy in intensive outpatient track

 

EDUCATION

Widener University, Chester PA                                                                                        June 1997

Doctor of Psychology

Concentrations in Group Psychotherapy and Clinical Organizational Psychology

Master of Business Administration

Concentration in Health and Medical Services Administration

Swarthmore College, Swarthmore PA                                                                                June 1992

Bachelor of Arts

Double major in Psychology and Biology

 

OTHER EXPERIENCE

CHADD February 2012

National Conference Proposal Evaluator

Reviewed and ranked proposals in the adult track

CHADD February 2011

National Conference Proposal Evaluator

Reviewed and ranked proposals in the adult track

CHADD February 2010

National Conference Proposal Evaluator

Reviewed and ranked proposals in the child track

Facebook ADHD Allies March 2009 – July 2011

Leader

Write articles and participate in podcasts

myADHD.com News March 2007 – Present

Columnist

Write monthly column for email newsletter

Attention Deficit Disorder Association

Vice President August 2008 – December 2010

Participate in strategic planning and implementation of ADDA’s mission

Board of Directors February 2007 – August 2008

Participate in strategic planning and implementation of ADDA’s mission

Wrote support group manual

Attention Deficit Disorder Association January 2006 – October 2006

Regional Conference Task Force

Participated in design and implementation of two annual conferences

Pennsylvania Psychological Association December 2005 – December 2006

Public Information & Marketing Committee

Facilitated training of PPA members on effective public outreach

ADHDbalance.net October 2005 – March 2007

Psychologist Expert & Co-Chair

Wrote monthly articles and weekly blogs on the psychology of ADHD

Coordinated efforts of other ADHD experts

Teen ADHD Support Group September 2005 – June 2009

Facilitator

Facilitated discussion during monthly group meetings and serve as contact for inquiries

Associated with Chester County CHADD

Chester County CHADD August 2005 – Present

Professional Advisory Board

Provide professional guidance on clinical matters to Chester County CHADD

mpower Youth March 2004 – July 2005

Advisory Council Member

Project sponsored by the National Mental Health Association to increase awareness of mental illness among children and adolescents using musician spokespeople

Offered guidance on clinical matters and program development

Served as psychological expert at public events (fundraisers, concerts, etc.)

Adult ADHD Support Group February 2000 – May 2005

Facilitator

Facilitate discussion during monthly group meetings and serve as contact for inquiries

Northern Virginia Society of Clinical Psychologists June 2002 – August 2004

Website Chair

Managed the development of the organization’s website

Served as liaison between members and website programmer

Northern Virginia Society of Clinical Psychologists June 2000 – May 2002

Treasurer

Managed the organization’s finances and participate in board functions

Maryland Psychological Association May 1998 – July 1998

Membership Committee

Assisted in the recruiting and retention of graduate student affiliate members

Pennsylvania Psychological Association September 1996 – June 1997

Student Representative to Executive Council

Co-wrote Strategic Plan based upon results of planning meeting

Selected presentations for annual conference through Convention Program Committee

Delaware Valley Group Psychotherapy Society March 1996

Conference Organizer

Organized poster session for the spring conference

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

American School of Professional Psychology, Arlington, VA              September – December 2002

Adjunct Professor February – June 2001

Taught “Marketing and Practice Management for Psychologists”

Doctoral psychology students

American University, Washington DC                                                   September – December 1997

Teaching Assistant

Assisted with “Managing the Family-Owned Business” in graduate business school

Compiled lecture outlines, assisted with scripting of role-plays, and created audiovisuals

Widener University, Chester PA                                                           September – December 1993

Lab Leader

Tutored group of graduate students in practical section of intellectual assessment course

Swarthmore College, Swarthmore PA                                                   September 1990 – May 1992

Dana Fellow

Teaching assistant for introductory biology classes

Taught weekly review sessions and performed individual tutoring

 

HONORS

Psychology in the Media Award 2011

Awarded by the Pennsylvania Psychological Association

Honorary Co-Chair 2008

ADD Resources Gala Fund Raiser

Professional of the Year 2005

Awarded by CHADD of Northern Virginia

Sigma Beta Delta 1997

Nominated by Widener University to national management honor society

Psychology Student Applied Research Award 1995

Sponsored by the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology

Who’s Who Among Students 1995

Nominated by Widener University

Abbott Fellow in Graduate Health Administration 1994

Nominated by Widener University’s health administration faculty

Sigma Xi 1991

Nominated by Swarthmore College to national scientific research society

 

PUBLICATIONS

Tuckman, A. (2012). Ohh, I Forgot: Remember what you have to do in time to do it. ADDitude Magazine, Fall, 25.

Tuckman, A. (2012). On It! ADDitude Magazine, Summer, 29.

Tuckman, A. (2012). It Can’t Be 5:00 Already! ADDitude Magazine, Summer, 42-43.

Tuckman, A. (2012). Kids with ADHD Are Harder to Parent: Here’s How to Do It Better. SpecialNeeds.com. March.

Tuckman, A. (2012). Why Is It So Hard for Adults with ADHD to Get (and Stay) Organized? San Diego Statement (Newsletter of the National Association of Professional Organizers – San Diego Chapter). March, 6-7.

Tuckman, A. (2012). ADHD is All about Executive Functions (and Why You Should Care). PSCP Times, Spring, 15-16.

Tuckman, A. (2011). Get the Facts about ADHD. Pediatrics for Parents, November/December, 4-5.

Tuckman, A. (2011). ADHD Coaching: An Important Tool for Therapists. The National Psychologist, November/December.

Tuckman, A. (2011). Book review of “ADHD: What Every Parent Needs to Know”. ADDitude Magazine, Winter, 15.

Tuckman, A. (2011). Treatment and the Teen Years. Attention Magazine, October, 8-10.

Tuckman, A. (2011). Ask ADDitude. ADDitude Magazine, Fall, 10.

Tuckman, A. (2011). Book review of “Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHD”. ADDitude Magazine, Fall, 14.

Tuckman, A. (2011). Ask ADDitude. ADDitude Magazine, Summer, 10.

Tuckman, A. (2011). It takes two to tango (always). ADDA E-Newsletter, March, 2011.

Tuckman, A. (2011). ADHD in Adults: Overrepresented, Underserved. The Pennsylvania Psychologist, March, 21-22.

Tuckman, A. (2011). All about the Quotient System. ADDitude Magazine, Spring, 7.

Tuckman, A. (2011). Friendship boosters for adults with ADHD. Attention Magazine, February, 20-23.

Tuckman, A. (2010). Is college right for you?. Attention Magazine, October, 18-21.

Tuckman, A. (2010). And you’re off!. ADDitude Magazine, Fall, 34.

Tuckman, A. (2010). Book review of “Taking Charge of Adult ADHD”. ADDitude Magazine, Fall, 19.

Tuckman, A. (2010). Manage your reputation. ADDitude Magazine, Spring, 34.

Tuckman, A. (2010). Experiences are better than stuff. ADDA E-Newsletter, July.

Tuckman, A. (2010). Take the wheel. ADDitude Magazine, Summer, 32.

Tuckman, A. (2010). Ask ADDitude. ADDitude Magazine, Summer, 10.

Tuckman, A. (2010). The magic threshold. ADDA E-Newsletter, April.

Tuckman, A. (2010). Manage your reputation. ADDitude Magazine, Spring, 34.

Tuckman, A. (2010). Ask ADDitude. ADDitude Magazine, Spring, 11.

Tuckman, A. (2010). Adults with ADHD: They’re already in your caseload. Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists Times, Spring, 16-17, 19.

Tuckman, A. (2010). Along for the ride: Conditions that co-exist with AD/HD. Attention Magazine, February, 14-19.

Tuckman, A. (2010). AD/HD, substance use, and addiction: When the solution becomes a problem. Attention Magazine, February, 24-26.

Tuckman, A. (2009). ADHD in adults: Over-represented, yet under-served. PESIconnect newsletter, December.

Tuckman, A. (2009). Give credit where credit is due. ADHD Family Online, November.

Tuckman, A. (2009). It starts with stopping: Why you should understand response inhibition. The Circle (ADHD Coaches Organization publication), November.

Tuckman, A. (2009). Ask ADDitude. ADDitude Magazine, Winter, 8.

Tuckman, A. (2009). The new rules for getting organized. SmartManDaily.com, October.

Tuckman, A. (2009). Ask ADDitude. ADDitude Magazine, Fall, 11.

Tuckman, A. (2009). To tell or not to tell? Attention Magazine, April, 12-15.

Tuckman, A. (2009). Ask ADDitude. ADDitude Magazine, Spring, 8.

Tuckman, A. (2009). More attention, less deficit: Success strategies for adults with ADHD. Plantation, FL: Specialty Press.

Tuckman, A. (2008). Find a job to keep. ADDitude Magazine, Winter, 56.

Tuckman, A. (2008). Go easy on yourself: Five ways to build self-esteem—even with your imperfections. ADDitude Magazine, Fall, 54.

Tuckman, A. (2008). Give it away, get it back bigger: Running a support group to build your practice. www.find-a-therapist.com’s email newsletter, July 2008.

Tuckman, A. (2008). This time will be different. ADDitional Monthly News, March.

Tuckman, A. (2008). Book review: Well-documented work fills void in adult ADHD literature. The National Psychologist, March/April, 22.

Tuckman, A. (2008). Ask ADDitude. ADDitude Magazine, Spring, 11.

Tuckman, A. (2007). Building a practice by specializing. The National Psychologist, November/December, 9.

Tuckman, A. (2007). Integrative treatment for adult ADHD: A practical, easy-to-use guide for clinicians. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.

Tuckman, A. (2007). The Impact of a life of ADHD: Understanding for clinicians and clients. Continuing education course offered by NACEonline.com.

Tuckman, A. (2007). Diagnosing ADHD in adults: Diagnostic criteria, assessment instruments, and comorbid conditions. Continuing education course offered by NACEonline.com.

Tuckman, A. (2007). Recommended Reading. ADDitude Magazine, September, 18.

Tuckman, A. (2007). Ask ADDitude. ADDitude Magazine, September, 8, 10.

Tuckman, A. (2007). Ask ADDitude. ADDitude Magazine, February/March, 7.

Tuckman, A. (2006). When to stop sanding? Fine Woodworking, January/February, 43-45.

Tuckman, A. (2006). Can you handle the truth? Psychological News You Can Use, Pennsylvania Psychological Association’s monthly e-newsletter, September.

Tuckman, A. (2006). Finding an audience for your presentations. The Pennsylvania Psychologist, August, 10.

Tuckman, A. (2006). New & noteworthy in mental health. Independent Practitioner (the newsletter of Division 42 of the American Psychological Association), Summer, 162.

Tuckman, A. (2006). You mean I’m not lazy?: Giving AD/HD adults the tools to succeed. Psychotherapy Networker, July/August, 29-30.

Tuckman, A. (2006). Give it away, get it back bigger. Independent Practitioner (the newsletter of Division 42 of the American Psychological Association), Spring, 67.

Tuckman, A. (2006). ADHD: Not just for kids anymore. Psychological News You Can Use, Pennsylvania Psychological Association’s monthly e-newsletter, March.

Tuckman, A. (2006). AD/HD couples: Would you rather be right or happy? Focus (the official newsletter of the Attention Deficit Disorder Association), Spring, 5-6.

Tuckman, A. (2006). Can you handle the truth? Psych Tips for the Work Place, Pennsylvania Psychological Association website.

Tuckman, A. (January 2006 – ongoing). Getting PsyD-Tracked. Monthly humor email newsletter for mental health professionals. www.GettingPsyDTracked.com.

Tuckman, A. (2005). Sand, scrape, or plane?: In search of the best way to prepare wood for finishing. Fine Woodworking, December, 64-66.

Tuckman, A. (2005). Diagnosis and treatment of adult ADHD. Northern Virginia Society of Clinical Psychologists Newsletter, Spring, 18-19.

Tuckman, A. (2001). Relationship balance for the ADHDer. The ADHD Challenge, July/August, 6-7.

Tuckman, A. (2000). Promote your practice. Northern Virginia Society of Clinical Psychologists Newsletter, Fall, 8-9.

Tuckman, A. (2000). Families stretched to the limit. Washington Families, September, 14-15.

Tuckman, A. & Finkelstein, H. (1999). Simultaneous roles: When group co-therapists also share 3594500a supervisory relationship. The Clinical Supervisor, 18, 185-201.

Tuckman, A. (1999). Band mediation. Musician, April, 20.

Tuckman, A. (1999). Making music, making war. Ink 19, March, 6-8.

Tuckman, A. (1999). Constructive collaboration. Songwriters’ Monthly, March, 10.

Tuckman, A. & Finkelstein, H. (1997). Distinguishing the supervision needs of assessment and

therapy trainees. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 28, 595.

Finkelstein, H & Tuckman, A. (1997). Supervision of psychological assessment: A developmental model. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 28, 92-95.

Tuckman, A. (1996). Isn’t it about time that psychologists were granted prescription privileges? Psychotherapy in Private Practice, 15, 1-14.

Tuckman, A. (1996). Mitigating the power imbalance in supervisee/supervisor co-leadership teams. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 46, 137-139.

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