Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling                                                                                  2017
The George Washington University, Washington, DC
Specialization in counselor education and supervision; CACREP Accredited

Master of Family Therapy                                                                                                      2010
Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
COMAFTE accredited

Bachelor of Arts in Interpersonal Communication                                                  2008
University of Delaware, Newark, DE

 

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

COMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES CENTER,                    April 2017- Present
The George Washington University, Washington DC
Assistant Director of Training

COMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES CENTER,                 Oct. 2017- Dec. 2017
The George Washington University, Washington DC
Interim Clinical Director

COMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES CENTER                June 2016- April 2017
The George Washington University, Washington DC
Staff Clinical Supervisor

HEALTHY FAMILIES PROGRAM                                                                    2015- Present
Northern Virginia Family Services, Oakton, VA
Mental Health Therapist and Clinical Supervisor

FROG POINT THERAPY, LLC, Washington, DC                                      2016- Present
Owner and Bilingual Mental Health Therapist

COMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES CENTER,        January 2016- June 2016
The George Washington University, Washington DC
Clinical Assistant

CENTER FOR AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS     July 2014- September 2015
Children’s National Medical Center, Washington, DC
Extern

COMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES CENTER    May 2013- December 2013
The George Washington University, Washington DC
Counselor Intern

MULTICULTURAL HUMAN SERVICES                            May 2013- December 2013
Northern Virginia Family Services, Falls Church, VA
Counselor Intern

FAMILY THERAPY AND CONSULTATION SERVICES                               2008-2010
Wenonah, NJ
Family Therapist

 

SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE

COMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES CENTER                     June 2016- Present
The George Washington University, Washington DC
Lead Clinical Supervisor

HEALTHY FAMILIES PROGRAM                                                     March 2016- Present
Northern Virginia Family Services, Oakton, VA
Staff Clinical Supervisor

COMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES CENTER         January 2016- June 2016
The George Washington University, Washington DC
Clinical Assistant

COMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES CENTER                 June 2014- May 2015
The George Washington University, Washington DC
Doctoral Supervisor

COMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES CENTER          April 2014- August 2014
The George Washington University, Alexandria, VA
Consultant

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, Chicago, IL                                            2017-Present
Adjunct Faculty
Course: Introduction to Family Therapy

TRINITY UNIVERSITY, Washington, DC                                                       2017-Present
Adjunct Faculty
Course: Introduction to Family Therapy

THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, Washington, DC          2012-Present

Teaching Assistant, Dr. Rebecca Dedmond, Director of School
Counseling
Course: Advanced Internship II for School Counselors

Teaching Assistant, Dr. Kenneth Hergenrather, Department Chair
Course: Advanced Internship I & II

Teaching Assistant, Dr. Janet Heddesheimer, Professor of Counseling
Course: Advanced Internship for School Counselors

Teaching Assistant, Dr. Rebecca Dedmond, Director of School Counseling
Course: Interview Skills

Teaching Assistant, Dr. Sara Cho-Kim, Assistant Professor of Counseling
Course: Foundations of Clinical Mental Health

Teaching Assistant, Dr. Rebecca Dedmond, Director of School Counseling
Course: Advanced Internship

Guest Lecturer,  Jared Roberts, Adjunct Professor of Counseling
Course: Foundations of School Counseling

 

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Barimany, M. E. (2017). The hierarchy of preferences in Jungian Psychological         Type: Comparing theory to evidence (Order No. 10264427). Available from         ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (1886826599).

Barimany, M. (2015, February).  Jungian psychological type in mental health
counseling: A comparison of empirical evidence to theory and its
implications for case formulation. Educational Symposium for Research
and Innovation.  Washington, DC.

Barimany, M. (2013, February).  Examining the Use-of-Self model within IMFC
Clinicians.  Educational Symposium for Research and Innovation
Washington, DC.

Megivern, M., Hargreaves, H., Campbell, A. & Barimany, M. (2013, October).
Best Practices for Assessment of Treatment Effectiveness at a University
Counseling Center. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
2013 Conference. Denver, CO.

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Nationally Certified Counselor                                                                                            2014
National Board for Certified Counselors

Fellowship in Psychoanalytic Studies                                                                 2014-2015
Washington Center for Psychoanalysis, Washington, DC

Emotion-Focused Therapy Certification                                                                        2010
Virginia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Fredericksburg, Va

Behavioral Assistant Certification,                                                                                   2010
New Jersey Division of Child Behavioral Health Services.

 

RELATED SKILLS

Language:  Bilingual in written and spoken Spanish and English
Research:  SPSS & advanced quantitative and qualitative statistical analysis

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Counseling Association                                                                  2012-Present
Association for Psychological Type International                                  2013-Present
Chi Sigma Iota, Rho Theta Chapter                                                                2012-Present