Ph.D. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale Aug. 1999
Counseling Psychology (A.P.A. Full Accreditation)
Supervised experience included:
- 4 years at the University Counseling Center
- 1 year in the Marriage & Family Practicum w/ concurrent graduate classes
- 1 year in a Community Mental Health Clinic
- Over 5,500 hours of supervised clinical experience
B.A. Davidson College, N.C. May 1994
Major: Psychology Minor: International Studies with Spanish
Advanced study of Spanish history and poetry at the
University of Sevilla, Spain. Fluent in Spanish.
Private Practice Owner and Psychologist 2000- Present
Duties: Full time private practice. Provided a mix of adult, child, group, couples and family therapy, along with ADHD assessment and psychological evaluations. Presented programs on a wide variety of mental health topics, at the practice, at professional conferences, and on-site for corporate employers. Therapy specialties include marital and family counseling, adolescents, effective parenting, divorce recovery, depression and anxiety, bipolar and ADHD assessment and treatment. All services are available in Spanish.
Psychologist and Reorganization Consultant Nov. 2000- Oct. 2004
Terry Reilly Behavioral Health Center, Nampa
Duties: Part-time contracted position. Responsible for comprehensive reorganization and development of Terry Reilly’s Behavioral Health Center. Developed a large group counseling program to eliminate the agency’s lengthy wait list while simultaneously resolving no-show and productivity issues. Served as the functional supervisor of social work and support staff for 2 years. Bilingual service provision.
PRESENTATIONS & PUBLICATIONS
Hill, Stephen & Cardoza, Janet. (2016). Bolstering Social Skills with ADHD and Autistic Spectrum Students. Idaho School Counselor & School Psychologist Association Annual Conference.
Hill, Stephen. (2016). Recognizing & Treating Real-life Bipolar. Region V Mental Health.
Hill, Stephen. (2015). Keeping Your Friends & Academic Wits with ADHD. Idaho School Counselor & School Psychologist Association Annual Conference.
Hill, Stephen. (2013). Reclaiming Your Life from Stress & Burnout. ECCO Safety brownbag lunch presentation.
Hill, Stephen. (2011). What works for ADHD? Evidence for Alternative and Traditional Treatments. Idaho School Counselor Association Annual Conference.
Hill, Stephen. (2010). Recognizing and Conquering ADHD. Idaho PTA Annual Conference.
Hill, Stephen. (2009). The Latest & Greatest on ADHD. Idaho School Counselor Association Annual Conference.
Hill, Stephen. (2009). Treating Bipolar in Primary Care Settings. St. Luke’s Family Medicine Clinic.
Hill, Stephen. (2009). Contemporary ADHD Research Update. Psychiatry Grand Rounds. St. Alphonsus Hospital in conjunction with Sage Healthcare.
Hill, Stephen. (2004-2007). Contemporary Research Update on ADHD. Idaho Counselor Association Annual Conference, Boise Family Practice M.D. Residency Program, Meridian Joint School District.
Hill, Stephen. (2005). Your ADHD Student Can Shine in School. Idaho Counselor Association Annual Conference.
Hill, Stephen. (2002). Adapting Gestalt 2-Chair Techniques for Marital and Family Therapy. Idaho Counselor Association Annual Conference.
Hill, Stephen. (2001). Guided Imagery and Meditative Relaxation Techniques. Idaho School Counselor Association Annual Conference.
Hill, Stephen; Furness, Tim; Rueling Furness; Susan; Adkins, Lorn. (2000). Brief Therapy Techniques for Parenting, Marital and ADHD Issues. Idaho School Counselor Association Annual Conference.
Nicholson, Jim; Hill, Stephen; & Peaslee, Aundrea. (1999). Fears and Phobias: From Exhilaration to Terror. Idaho Counselor Association Annual Conference.
Hill, Stephen & Gilbert, David. (1997). Attribution-Making within the Distancer-Pursuer Dynamic. Chicago, IL: American Psychological Association 105th Annual Conference.
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Disney Award- Paid Attendance to National Conference on Race and Ethnicity
Dean’s List, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Graduation Cum Laude, Davidson College