Vitae for Dr. Marotta

Antonio B. Marotta

2423 Camino del Rio South #103

San Diego, CA 92108

(619) 293-3741 office (619) 867-1417 cell

E-mail: drmarotta@therapy-connection.com

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

Ph.D., Texas Tech University (2000)

Marriage and Family Therapy

M.S., San Diego State University (1993)

Counselor of Education in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling

B.S. Manhattan College (1978)

Management

LICENSURE

11/1/95 to – California; Marriage and Family Therapist

Present

10/1/96 to – Texas; Marriage and Family Therapist

8/5/99

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Clinical Member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

California Division of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

AAMFT Approved Supervisor

Past Elected Board Member of the California Division of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

11/1/95-

Present - Private Practice, Therapy-Connection, San Diego, CA. Providing

therapeutic services to the community.

12/1/95-

Present – Clinical Consultant for Safety Alert Inc. Providing crisis interventions and trainings for the Developmentally Disabled Community. Clinical director for program working with developmentally disabled offenders in the Tri-County region.

10/01 to – Kaiser Permanente, San Diego, CA. Psych Counselor providing

6/04 emergency room crisis intervention, assessment and treatment.

10/99 to- Therapist, Kaiser Permanente, Hayward, CA. Providing clinical

9/00 individual, family and group services in the adolescent alcohol and

drug program.

1/98 to - Clinical Supervisor, St. Vincent de Paul Counseling Clinic, San Diego, CA.

1/99 Providing clinical supervision and training for MFCC trainees and interns.

8/95 to – Therapist, Texas Tech Family Therapy Clinic, Lubbock, TX.

12/97 Provided comprehensive counseling services under direct supervision, to individuals, couples, and families. Completed 500 plus supervised hours of therapy while in the clinic.

9/95 to - Therapist, Brownfield Regional Correctional Rehabilitation and 6/96 Treatment Center, Brownfield, TX.

Providing family therapy for incarcerated substance abusers and their families.

9/94 to - Therapist & Case Manager, Lifespan, Coronado, CA.

6/95 Provided comprehensive group therapy, education, relapse prevention, treatment planning, and aftercare groups.

8/94 to - Mental Health Specialist II, East County Mental Health, El Cajon CA.

6/95 Provided outreach work for the chronically mentally ill homeless.

Duties included assessments, diagnosing and treatment planning.

10/89 to - Drug and Alcohol Counselor, McAlister Institute, El Cajon CA.

7/94 Developed and implemented policies in a social model recovery

program. Emphasis distributed equally on personal growth , familial and societal responsibilities to ensure all causation was

addressed.

8/92 to - Mental Health Counselor, San Luis Rey Hospital, Encinitas CA.

6/94 Counseled emotionally/behaviorally disturbed adolescents.

9/91 to – Intern, San Diego State Counseling Clinic, San Diego, CA.

6/93 Provided comprehensive counseling services under direct supervision, to individuals, couples, and families. Completed 500 plus supervised hours of therapy while in the clinic.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

8/99-

Present –Adjunct faculty, Department of Counseling and School Psychology, San Diego State University.

1999 – Part-time professor, Family Life-Cycle Development, Department of

Fall Counseling and School Psychology, San Diego State University.

1999 – Graduate Teaching Assistant, Adolescent Development, Department of Spring Human Development and Family Studies, Texas Tech University.

Taught summer session with approximately 50 students. Overall responsibility

for all aspects of the class.

1999 – Graduate Teaching Assistant, Basic Interpersonal Skills, Department of Spring Human Development and Family Studies, Texas Tech University. Taught two sections with an average of 30 students per class. Overall responsibility for all aspects of the class.

1998 - Part-time professor, Family Life-Cycle Development, Department of

Fall Counseling and School Psychology, San Diego State University.

9/95 to – Graduate Teaching Assistant, The Contemporary Family, Department of 5/98 Human Development and Family Studies, Texas Tech University. Taught twelve courses with an average of 45 students per class. Overall responsibility for all aspects of the class.

1995 to – Graduate Teaching Assistant, Basic Interpersonal Skills, Department of 1996 Human Development and Family Studies, Texas Tech University. Taught two semesters with an average of 20 students per class. Overall responsibility for all aspects of the class.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Present – Assistant clinic coordinator for San Diego State University community clinic. Duties include developing assessment instruments, intern placement sites and effectiveness research study.

1996 to - Research Assistant, Dept. of Human Development and Family Studies, 1997 Texas Tech University. Conducting Adult Attachment Interviews with

a correctional population. Supervising faculty member: Karen S. Wampler, Ph.D.

1996 to – Research Assistant, Dept. of Human Development and Family Studies, 1997 Texas Tech University.

Administration of assessment instruments.

Supervising faculty member: Richard S. Wampler, Ph.D.

PRESENTATIONS

Marotta, A. B. (October, 2001). The Effects of Post-Divorce Family Therapy on Children. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Nashville,TN.

Marotta, A. B. (October, 1999). What’s Happening to Our MFT Interns (in CA). Poster session presented at the annual meeting of American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Chicago, IL.

Marotta, A. B. & Froehlich, J. (October, 1999). Systemic Family Business Consultation. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Chicago, IL.

Marotta, A. B. (October, 1998). Therapy Dropouts: A Retrospective Examination of Educational Emphasis in an MFT Doctoral Program. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Dallas, TX.

Marotta, A. B. (October, 1998). Stuck in the Middle: Ins & Outs of Supervisors-in-Training. Roundtable Discussion presented at the annual meeting of American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Dallas, TX.

Marotta, A. B. (August, 1998). Family Business & Systemic Consultation. Mass Mutual Insurance, San Diego, CA.

Marotta, A. B. (June, 1998). Conflict Resolution. StreetLinks, San Diego, CA.

Marotta, A. B. (March, 1998). Divorce: Children and the Effects. Guest Lecturer, Child Psychology, San Diego Mesa College, San Diego, CA.

Marotta, A. B. (September, 1997). Demonstration of Systemic Family Therapy.

Guest Lecturer, Family Dynamics, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.

Marotta, A. B. (September, 1997). The Effects of Post-Divorce Family Therapy

On Children. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Atlanta, GA.

Marotta, A. B. (October, 1996). Divorce: Children and the Effects. Guest Lecturer, Families in Crisis, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.

Marotta, A. B. (November, 1996). The Effects of Post-Divorce Family Therapy on Children. Graduate Marriage and Family Therapy Seminar, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.

Marotta, A. B. (September, 1996). Ethical Considerations in Correctional Institutes. Brownfield Correctional Rehabilitation and Treatment Center, Brownfield, Texas.

Marotta, A. B. (August, 1996). Working with the Difficult Resident. Brownfield Correctional Rehabilitation and Treatment Center, Brownfield, Texas.

Community

Marotta, A. B. (March, 1999). Interview on KAMC TV regarding children and divorce.

Marotta, A. B. (January, 1999). Print interview NQ magazine regarding families and quality time.