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Lawrence T. Woodburn, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist (PSY5312)
Ph.D.      Clinical Psychology, Southern Illinois University                                               August 1976
M.A.       Clinical Psychology, Southern Illinois University                                                June 1973
B.S.          Psychological and Industrial Administration, Iowa State University     June 1971
Areas of Concentration
Major: Clinical Psychology
Minor: Personality Assessment
Professional Experience
1978 to Present
Licensed Clinical Psychologist – Private Practice
  • Individual, group and family psychotherapy
  • Appointed to affiliate medical staff of San Luis Rey Hospital, Encinitas, California
  • Cofounder of Community Research Foundation, Inc.
  • President, California Consulting Group
  • Coordinator of psychological services for six facilities, Volunteers of America 
April 1980 to July 1988
Community Research Foundation – Chief Psychologist
  • Developed hospital alternative system for San Diego County, California
  • In charge of staff training and supervision for four hospital alternative programs
September 1976 to January 1978
Andrew J. Bowen – Psychological Assistant
  • Average caseload of fifteen individual clients and five families
  • Consultation at the Vista Halfway House of Social Advocates for Youth 
September 1975 to August 1976
Fort Logan Mental Health Center – Clinical Psychology Intern
  • Extensive experience in child inpatient and community mental health settings
  • Special emphasis on family therapy, group process, and outreach consultation and education 
September 1971 to August 1975
Graduate Assistant to SIU Clinical Practicum Sequence
  • Supervised two to four beginning practicum students using peer supervision format
  • Co-led skill building programs in basic counseling skills (Carkhuff model) and gestalt therapy
  • Led process growth group for one Clinical Center treatment team
Professional Affiliations
  • American Psychological Association
  • California Psychological Association
  • San Diego Psychological Association
Convention Presentations
  • Over 75 presentations and invited addresses at regional, national and international conventions
  • Broad range of independent consulting experience with private industry, government, higher education and mental health agencies
Honors and Awards
  • Presentation Merit Award, Division 17, APA Conventions in 1985 and 1986
  • U.S. Public Health Service Traineeship, 1972 – 1976
  • Graduate School Fellowship, Southern Illinois University, 1971 – 1972
  • Phi Kappa Phi National Honorary
  • Psy Chi Honorary
  • Graduation with Honors, Iowa State University, 1971
  • Scholarship Recognition Awards (Top Two Percent), Iowa State University, 1968 – 1971
  • Admission with Recognition Award, Iowa State University, 1964 
  • Lange, A.J., Woodburn, L.T., & Miller, W.G. “Intellective and ego-functioning differences among Clark-Trow student subgroups.” Journal of College Student Personnel. November 1974.
  • Depue, R.D., & Woodburn, L.T. “The disappearance of paranoid symptoms with chronicity.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology. December 1974.
  • Woodburn, L.T. & Bekker, L.D. “Differentially related factors of locus of control to a behavioral criterion.” Psychological Reports. February 1975.
  • Gulanick, N., Woodburn, L.T. & Rimm, D.C. “Weight gain through self-control procedures.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. August 1975.
  • Woodburn, L.T. & Barnhill, L.R. “Applying family systems therapy principles to couples counseling.” Personnel and Guidance Journal. 1977. (Article solicited by journal.)
  • Paulsen, K., Rimm, D.C., Woodburn, L.T., & Rimm S. “A self-control approach in the treatment of inefficient spending.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 1978.
  • Woodburn, L.T. “Working with private mental health centers.” In Margeneau, C.A. Encyclopedia Handbook of Private Practice. New York. Gardner Press. 1990.
  • Woodburn, L.T. & Simpson, S. “Seven types likely to file stress claims.” San Diego Business Journal. July 19, 1993.
  • Woodburn, L.T. & Simpson, S. “Profiling workers who file workers’ compensation stress claims.” EAP Digest. September / October 1993.
  • Woodburn, L.T. & Simpson, S. “Employee types: Who will be the next stress claimant?” Risk Management. February 1994.
  • Woodburn, L.T. & Simpson, S. “Coping with the stages of job stress.” EAP Digest. May / June 1998.
Lawrence T. Woodburn, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist
9255 Towne Centre Dr Ste 370, San Diego, CA 92121
1207 Carlsbad Village Dr Ste R, Carlsbad, CA 92008
601 H St, Brawley, CA 92227
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