Roslyn ross steeler
ROSLYN ROSS STEELER
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
425 S. Cherry Street, Suite 645
Denver, Colorado 80246
Master of Social Work, June 1981, Michigan State University. Major
emphasis in casework with individuals, couples, and families.
B.G.S., June 1978, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Emphasis in clinical psychology.
Marriage and Family Training Program, September 1984- June 1985. Department of Education at the Menninger Foundation, Topeka, Kansas and the Colorado Christian Home of Denver, Colorado.
Ericksonian Hypnosis Training Program, March-August 1993. Yvonne Dolan and Charlie Johnson, Denver, Colorado.
Advanced Ericksonian Hypnosis Training, April-July 1994. Charlie Johnson, Lakewood, Colorado.
2008, May Grief Education and Discussion for Isaacson, Rosenbaum P.C., Prominent Law Firm, Denver, Colorado
2006, September, “The Nuances of Adult ADD”, Half Day Workshop presented with Linda O. Lewis, N.A.S.W., Denver, Colorado.
2004, September, Nurturing Our Village through CHADD “Parenting Your Child with ADHD: The First Step-Recognizing, Understanding and Managing Your Own ADD. A Talk About Adult ADD” ,Denver, Colorado.
2004, April, “What Does Adult ADD Look Like?” Inservice for The Colorado Regulatory Board for Attorney’s, Denver, Colorado.
1988, In-service for Robert Gore M.D,, Obgyn. staff On Diagnosing Depression, Englewood, Colorado.
1987, January, Clinical Trends of Depression through N.A.S.W. “The Role of Depression in Families”, Aurora ,Colorado.
1987, October, “A Closer Look At Depression”, St. Luke’s(AMI).
1987, November, “Understanding Depression”, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Denver, Colorado.
Roslyn Ross Steeler
2009, November 18, Teleconference with ADD Expert Researcher Russell Barkley Ph.d. to Discuss Clinical Studies on intuniv™ (guanfacine) Extended Release Tablets provided through Shire Pharmaceuticals ,Denver, Colorado.
2008, August, ADHD Thursday Night Live, Teleconference: With ADD Expert Researchers and Psychiatrists: Russell Barkley Ph.d., Theresa Cerulli, M.D., David Goodman M.D., Gregory Mattingly M.D., Shari Sistrunk, M.D., Peter Salgo, M.D., Denver ,Colorado
2007, April, An Update on the Treatment of Bipolar and Unipolar Depression, presented by Fred Goodwin, Research Professor of Psychiatry, Director of Psychopharmacology Research Center at The George Washington University, former Director of NIMH.
2006, August, “EMSAM: The First Antidepressant Transdermal Delivery System”, Alan Feiger MD, Associate professor of Psychiatry at University of Colorado Health Science Center
2006, April, Once Daily Single Isomer Therapy for Children, Adolescents
2006, Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Speaker: Ann Childress M.D., Center for Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine of Las Vegas, NV, Greenwood Village, Colorado.
2005, September Consequences of Bipolar Disorder and Mixed Episodes, Speaker: David Scheiderer, MD, MBA, Assistant Clinical Prof., Dept of Psychiatric Medicine, U. of Virginia, School of Medicine.
2004, August, “Adult ADHD Revealed”, remote live audio Conference with Dr. Joan Shapiro, Denver,Colorado.
2004, September, “Updates on new antidepressant medication Cymbalta: The Duality of Depression”. Satellite Conference with National Experts through Shire, Denver,Colorado.
2004, July, “Neurosocial Disorders Developing a Comprehensive Treatment Plan” through Cross Country University, 6 hours C.E.
2004, “The Aging Brain”, 6 hours CE.
2003, “The Phases of Biploar Disorder” with National Specialists. Satalite Conference.
2003, Using Strattera with Psychiatrist Joan Shapiro M.D.
Roslyn Ross Steeler
2003, October, Denver, NIMH Presentation on Latest Research. C.H.A.D.D. (Children & Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder) Conference, Special session on Girls and Women with ADD with Kathleen Nadeau M.D.,
2003, August, Comparison of Ritalin LA VS Concerta, with Paul Silva, Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for NYU School of Medicine (Teleconference).
2002, Talks with National Experts on Adderall XR provided by Shire Company.
2002, Discussion Group with Linda Lewis LCSW and William Dodson MD, about current research and literature on Adult ADD.
2001, Talk on Double Blind Studies comparing Adderall and Ritalin through Shire.
1998, Double-Blind studies Ritalin vs Adderall. Presentation by Shire.
1997, October, “Sleep, Diet, and the Brain”, 6 hours CE provided by Institute of Natural Resources.
1997, “Highwire Therapy, Balancing Efficiency, Excellence, Ethics and Risk in Solution Focused Treatment”, 8 hours CE provided by Merit Behavioral Care.
1996, June, “Therapeutic Conversations 3: The International Conference on Narrative & Cooperative Approaches to Therapy” provided by Institute for Advanced Clinical Training, Inc.,15 hours of CE.
1996, October, Sexual Assault Response Protocol Training through Sexual Assault Interagency Council.
1995, “Psychobiological Understanding of Mood Disorders: Making a Difference” provided by Health One, 5 Hours C.E.
1994, “Everyday Addictions”, 6 hours C.E. provided by CorText.
Private Practice, Evaluation, Diagnosis and Psychotherapy Treatment in a private setting with adults, adolescents, couples, and families. Specializing in Adult ADHD, anxiety and affective (mood) disorders, relationship and medical problems. Techniques include, cognitive, psychodynamic, hypnosis, family and problem focused treatment.
Therapist, Psychological Resource Organization, Denver, Colorado. Assessment and psychotherapy with adults, adolescents, and families in a managed care environment. Treatment of affective, anxiety, post-traumatic stress and adjustment disorders, as well as many other DSM diagnoses. Participated in peer group supervision.
Therapist, Metropolitan Clinic of Counseling, Denver, Colorado,(Signa). Psychotherapy with individuals, couples, and families dealing with stress, medical issues, relationship problems, infertility, depression, anxiety, woman issues, and other problems in a managed care environment.
Therapist, Depression Treatment Center, Denver, Colorado. Psychotherapy with individuals (adult and adolescent), couples, family, and groups. Inpatient and outpatient treatment and case management. Specialization in the treatment of affective and anxiety disorders. Public speaking and marketing.
1987-1988 Support Group Leader for Parents with Infertility problems.
1987-1989 Support Group Leader, Victims of New Born Loss, Aurora Pres.
Clinical Social Worker, Boulder Psychiatric Institute, Boulder, Colorado. Marital and family therapy and assessment in an inpatient adult psychiatric treatment unit. Knowledgeable in biological psychiatry through participation in diagnostic case conferences. Collected family histories for research articles for Robert Friedman, M.D., (University of Colorado, medical campus research psychiatrist). Therapist of psychotherapy and family groups. Assistant in the development of an eating disorder treatment program. Won awards for best evaluations, Social Work department.
Patient/Family Counselor, St. Joseph Hospital, Denver, Colorado. Facilitated long-term and short-term psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and groups dealing with illness and loss in a hospital setting. Counseled patients (many elderly) and families in grief, crisis, and relinquishment situations. Participated on the Patient Education Committee. Coordinated discharge planning with patients and their families. Completed class in medical terminology.
Outpatient Therapist, Lafayette Clinic, Detroit, Michigan. Psychotherapy with individuals, families, elderly adults, and couples. Seminars in marital therapy, diagnostic evaluations, and presentations. Group work with schizophrenics.
Social Worker, Student, Ingham County Care Facility. Counseling individuals who were elderly or chronically ill, some group work.
ACTIVITIES AND AFFILIATIONS: PRESENT AND PAST
2005 Listed as Resource for Treating Adult ADD under the name Denver Treatment
Center for Adult ADD
in Ned Hallowell’s book Delivered From Distraction
Center for Gender Issues and AD/HD 1994-2007. CHADD (Children and Adults with
Attention Deficit Disorder) 2001 to present, “Professional” membership. Current
member of N.A.S.W. Allied Health Professional, Medical Staff for HealthOne
(1990/1996). Alliance of Professional Women (1992/1994), ALMACA (1986-1988). On
several PPO or Managed Care Panels.
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