Psychologist – Isabel Nino de Guzman

CURRICULUM VITAE

Isabel Nino de Guzman Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist, CSAT-S, CMAT-S

(601) 325-7313 (cell) | inino@pucp.edu.pe

PO Box 1299, Wickenburg, AZ 85358

Licensure

Certified by the State of Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners.  License Nº 4496.

AZ approved Clinical Supervisor, in accordance with A.A.C. R4-6-213

 

EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

08/2012  Doctoral degree (Ph.D.) The University of Southern Mississippi (APA accredited program), Hattiesburg, MS Adult Clinical Psychology

08/2004  Incomplete masters-level clinical psychology coursework

07/05  Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, LA

08/2000  Master of Arts, Psychology, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.

08/1982  Licentiate in Clinical Psychology Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.  National Licensure granted by the Peruvian Psychology Board in 1985 and reissued in 1999.

08/1978 Bachelor in Arts and Human Sciences, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.

 

CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING OPORTUNITIES

2016  Certification on Administration and Interpretation of ABEL Assessment for Sexual Interest 3.

2016  Post Induction Therapy (PIT) training program. The Meadows, AZ.

2015  Continuing Education training.  Clinical Supervisor in compliance with A.A.C. R4-6-212- reviewed by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners by participating in the following training classes:

Supervision: A guide for Mental health Professionals-Revised (course online)

Negotiating the Complex Ethical Terrain of Clinical Supervision (course online)

Supervision in the CSAT Process: Part 1 and 2 at the 10th Annual IITAP Symposium.

2014  Participation at the 122nd American Psychological Association Convention: A Manualized CBT Group for Diverse Addictive Behaviors.

2014  Certified Sexual Addiction Supervisor (CSAT-S and CMAT-S).  Renewed in 2017.

2008 Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist (CSAT).  Certification issued and renewed in 2014.

2004  National Defense and Development. Certification issued by the Peruvian Strategic Intelligence School.

2004  National Security Analyst.  Certification issued.  Peruvian Strategic Intelligence School.

2003  Peruvian Strategic Leadership for Defense and Crisis Management Course (CEDEYAC) (partner with the Defense Security Cooperation Agency).  Certification issued.

2002  Scenario Planning.  Certification issued by the Peruvian Strategic Intelligence School.

2001  Project-design for international cooperation. Certification issued by the Peruvian Council of Rectors.

2001  Out-of court conciliator.  Certification issued by the Peruvian Ministry of Justice.

1999  Psychometric assessment in Court processes, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru and Salamanca University.

1999  Expert in forensic assessment: Peruvian Psychological Board.

1998  MMPI, MCMI- II and Luscher’s Test use. PUCP- Iberoamerican Association.

1996  Transcultural developmental studies.  University of Utrecht: The Netherlands.

1985-1984  Training at the Psychodynamic Psychotherapy School of Peru and being under individual and group supervision by psychoanalitycally oriented experts.

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

Current Psychologist – Gentle Path and Willow at The Meadows, Wickenburg, Arizona

  • Psychological assessment and treatment of approximately 1,200 male and female patients at Gentle Path at The Willow House
  • Development of different formats of psychological assessment report: Comprehensive Psychological Report, Abbreviated Psychological Report, Sex Offender Psychological Report, Microcognitive Functioning, ADHD Assessment Report, and others
  • Supervision of The Meadows CSAT candidates (9)
  • Supervision of Gentle Path interns (6)
  • Development of The Meadows Prognosis Scale (in process)
  • Norms of the Dissociative Experiences Scale for The Meadows population
  • Norms of the PTSI-R Scale for the Gentle Path population
  • Data collection of approximately 30% of total participants of Fulbright Study.

09/2012  Postdoctoral fellowship to Hazelden Foundation Mental Health Clinic

09/13  2,000 supervised clinical hours providing residential inpatient and outpatient psychological services for adult patients with chemical dependency and dual disorder diagnoses: psychological evaluations, risk assessments, and specialized assessments; individual and group therapy.  Equine therapy groups.

09/2012  Psychology Internship, Hazelden Foundation Mental Health Unit (APA approved)

2,060 supervised clinical hours.  Psychological services to adult patients with chemical dependency and dual disorders.  Psychological evaluations; individual and group therapy (process groups, motivational interviewing, trauma management groups; and coping skills groups).

08/2008  Extern and Clinician. Gentle Path, Pine Grove, Hattiesburg, Mississippi.  Research team member collecting data and managing database.  Therapy and assessment services to adult clients in a specialized addiction residential program for patients reporting sexually compulsive behaviors and comorbid disorders.  Group and individual therapy; psycho-educational activities; development of adaptive and relapse prevention skills.

2008  Psychology Externship, Pine Grove Women’s Center for Addiction and Eating Disorders, Hattiesburg, MS

Therapeutic community and group therapy sessions for young and middle-aged women suffering from eating and addictive behaviors.

08/ 2008  Graduate Student Clinician Practicum, Child Emphasis, USM Psychology Training Clinic

Psychological outpatient services to children and adolescents presenting with adjustment issues, learning problems and behavioral problems.

05/2007  Graduate Student Clinician Practicum, Adult Emphasis, USM Psychology Training Clinic

Outpatient individual therapy to adults presenting with Axis I and Axis II disorders, adjustment and relational problems, and academic concerns.

01/1983  Clinical Psychology Extern, Perez Aranibar Orphanage, Lima, Peru, Cognitive and psychological assessments to institutionalized orphans reporting psychological distress, attachment disorders and behavioral problems.

01/ 1982  Clinical Psychology Intern, Peruvian Police Force Hospital, Assessment and therapy services for police officers and family members in six supervised rotations.  Psychological assessment to determine suitability of citizens to obtain driver and gun licenses; forensic assessments of police officers deployed in emergency zones.  Co-facilitated therapy groups in the endocrinology unit.

 ACADEMIC POSITIONS

1986  Tenured Professor- Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru

Present; Faculty member of the psychology doctoral program- Status reactivated in April 2014 and reissued in February 2017.

2013-2012  Graduate School of Studies, Hazelden.  Adjunct Professor.

2004-2005  Assistant Teaching-Northwestern State University.

1996-1995  Universidad de Lima.  Adjunct Professor.

1986- 1984  Instructor.  Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru.

Other PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2004- 2002  Responsible of psychosocial area at the National Council of

Intelligence, Peru.  Reorganization of psychosocial area during transitional democratic government.

2002- 2001  Counselor of Minister Bureau and Director of the National Program against

Domestic Violence at the Peruvian Ministry for Women Development

Coordinated directly with Minister on formulation of national policies against domestic violence.  Implemented 20 shelters and 32 centers for victims of domestic violence nationwide.   Directed 210 professionals forming multidisciplinary teams.  Managed US $8 million budget.  Negotiated US $1 million financial aid from Belgian cooperation for the development of a multi-professional center in the South Andean region.  Evaluation of community impact nationwide.

1991- 1987  Coordinator of Project for Children and Families in the Community of Villa el Salvador, Lima.  Center for assessment and psychological counseling (CEDAPP). Sponsored by NOVIB – Dutch affiliate of Oxfam. Project development for community-based psychological services for children and families.

INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT (Assessment and Therapy, Outreach and Consultation)

2004  Private practice, Lima, Peru.

1985  Generalist practitioner; assessment, outreach and consultation for adults, adolescents and children reporting clinical and adjustment problems, academic and vocational concerns, and relational and developmental issues.

2001  Psychological assessment of presidential guard team for the Peruvian Presidency.

1999-1986  Psychological assessment of applicants at the Peruvian Diplomacy Academy.

1990-2004  Psychological evaluation of psychology applicants, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru

2000  Psychological assessment of candidates for the Out of Court Mediation Center, Lima, Peru.

1999 Evaluation of professionals at the Fishery Technological Institute, Lima, Peru.

1999 Psychological selection of foster parents at the Peruvian Foundation for Children.

1999-1986  Evaluation of police officers at the Peruvian Police Force.

1998  Evaluation of foster parents for shelters at the Peruvian National Adoptions Agency.

 Project Development and Grants

2002  Improvement of teachers’ self- esteem and socio-emotional abilities.  Peruvian Ministry of Education.  Co-Responsible for grant writing, budgeting and program development.

2002 Population’s perception of the economy.  Peruvian Ministry of the Presidency- German Agency of Cooperation.  Co-Responsible for grant writing, budgeting and program development.

Winner projects at the “Annual Contests of Projects of Research” convened by the PUCP Vice-Rectory of Research:

Study:  Personality traits and academic performance in students at the PUCP.  From April to November 2000. Amount awarded: US $ 2,5000.

Study:  Development of a vocational assessment test for university students. Second and Third Stage.  From April to November 2000. Amount awarded: US $ 3,3000.

Study:  The Human Figure Test as an assessment instrument for schizophrenia and substance disorder in adults. From May to December 2001. Amount awarded: US $ 1,075.

Study:  Personality traits and academic performance in university students at the PUCP.  Phase II.  From February to June 2001. Amount awarded: US $ 4,500.

2000 Preparation of a guide for conflict mediation. Centrum Catolica, Lima, Peru.  Amount awarded: US $2,000.

1991 Evolutionary Study of the identity and internal world of the women organized in urban slums- Rorschach. Lima: AMIDEP. Multidisciplinary Association for Population Research & Ford Foundation. Lima, Peru. Co-Responsible for grant writing, budgeting, program development and book publication. Amount awarded: US $ 10,000 plus for publication expenses.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2012  Principal Researcher (Dissertation): Empirical identification of Axis I and Axis II symptoms subtypes of sex addiction using latent profile analysis, USM.

2009 Research assistant (translation of ten Latin American ethics codes from Spanish to English) for Dr. Mark Leach at the Counseling Psychology Program, USM.

2009-2007 Research assistant (Literature review and data collection) for Dr. Patrick Carnes, Development of Sexual Dependency Inventory.

2007-2008 Sleep Research Laboratory, USM (literature review) for Dr. John Harsh, Ph.D.; Research assistant (data collection) for MA. Daniel de Brule

 

2000  Principal researcher (Master’s thesis). Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Thesis: Validity of Human Figure Test in Schizophrenia and Substance Abuse.

Validity and reliability of a scoring system for the human figure as a screening test comparing non-clinical and two clinical groups.

1996 Developmental Studies. University of Utrecht Psychology Department, The Netherlands (literature review) for Dr. Jan Ter Laak.

Identity Status and Political Commitment among Peruvian Youth

1978 Principal researcher (Bachelor thesis). Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.

Thesis: The Rorschach Psychodiagnostic Test in Children with Obesity. Creation of scoring system for Rorschach Psychodiagnostic Test by children under medical treatment due to their overweight.

Publications

Niño De Guzmán, I., Arnau, R.C., Green, B., Carnes, S., Carnes, P., & Jore, J. (2016) Empirical Identification of Psychological Symptom Subgroups of Sex Addicts: An Application of Latent Profile Analysis. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 23, 34-55.

Arnau, R., Martinez, P., Niño de Guzmán, I., Herth, K., & Konishi, C. (2009).  A Spanish-language version of the Herth Hope Scale: Development and psychometric evaluation in Peruvian students.  Educational and Psychological Measurement, XX, 1-17.

Niño de Guzmán, I., Cassaretto, M.; Calderón, A. (2003). Personality traits, motivation, and academic performance of the students of PUCP. Revista de Psicología, 3, 119-144.

Thorne, C.; Niño de Guzmán, I. & Martínez, P. (2002). Personality styles and chrono-psychology. Revista de Psicología, 2, 27-54.

Sánchez López, M.; Thorne, C.; Martínez, P.; Niño de Guzmán , I. & Argumedo, D.. (2002). Adaptation of the MIPS in Peruvian college students. Revista de Psicología, 20, 27-53.

Niño de Guzmán, M.I. (2001). Institutional competence for juvenile violence. Juvenile Violence, Social Phenomenon. Peruvian Congressional Commission for Youth and Sports.

Nino de Guzman, Calderón, A., Escalante, M., Lira, T., Morote, R., & Ruda, L.  (2000). Personality, state-trait anxiety and admission to university in pre-university students.  Revista de Psicología, 18, (2), 341-372.

Ráez, M., Niño de Guzmán, I., Martínez, P., Rossel, Z. (1991). Evolutionary Study of the identity and internal world of the women organized in urban slums- Rorschach. Lima: AMIDEP. Multidisciplinary Association for Population Research & Ford Foundation. Lima.

Ráez, M., Martínez, P., Niño de Guzmán y Rossel, Z. (1986). The Rorschach for group assessment.  Revista de Psicología (2) 83-109.

Ráez, M., Thorne, C., Martínez, P., Niño de Guzmán, I., Rossel, Z. Twanama, W. (1985). Relationship between sex, maturity and socioeconomic level. Revista de Psicología (2) 23-36.

Mohme, S., Blaustein, L., Betancourt, J., Niño de Guzmán, I., Rocca, L. (1992). Violence against children.  Commission for violence in childhood. Center for Children Rights. CEDAPP.

Raez, M.; Martinez, P.; Rossell, Z.; Nino de Guzman, I.; Figueroa, M. (1986).  Elderly in Peru. Zeitschrift für Gerontologie, 19, 118-121.

 

Other Publications

Carnes, P., Green, B., Niño de Guzmán, I., & Stahl, K.  (2008).   Living in the extremes: clinical patterns that differentiate three distinguishable patterns of disordered sexual behavior.  Preparation materials for SAST training modules.  AZ: New Freedom.

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS and Symposia

Nino de Guzman, I. (2018, July).  Different treatment approaches for impulsive or compulsive comorbid constellations on dual diagnosis patients with hypersexuality, alcohol/substance related problems, and other mental health disorders.  To be presented at the 7th World Congress on Addiction Disorders and Addictive Therapy, London, England.

Nino de Guzman, I. (2018, August).  Coping and Resilience Enhancement Program in the Treatment of Clinical Conditions Involving Hypersexual Disorders Concurrent with Severe and Pervasive forms of Psychopathology.  To be presented at the National Addiction on Disorders, Anaheim, California.

 Meyer, M., Nino de Guzman, I., Nesfield, C., Moore, L.  (2018, May). Interpersonal Neurobiology & Integrative Treatment Strategies.  Presented at the 2018 IITAP Symposium Refresher, Phoenix, Arizona.  

Nino de Guzman, I. (2017, October).  Clinical Interventions on Individuals Endorsing Compulsive Use of Pornography with Sexually Violent/Offensive Content.  Keynote speaker.  Presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Nino de Guzman, I. (2016, February).  Sex Addiction and Dual Diagnosis.  Case Management.  Presented at the 9th IITAP Symposium for Trauma and Addiction Professionals.  Phoenix, AZ.

Nino de Guzman, I. (2014, November).  Sex Addiction Treatment Across the Americas.  To be presented at the 2nd International Conference on Sex and Love Addiction, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Nino de Guzman, I. (2014, November).  Axes 1 Subtypes of Sex Addicts Using Latent Probability.  To be presented at the 2nd International Conference on Sex and Love Addiction, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Nino de Guzman, I. (2013, February).  Creating Treatment Plans Based on Axis I and Axis II Sex Addiction Subtypes.  Presented at the 8th IITAP Conference for Trauma and Addiction Professionals.  Phoenix, AZ.

Carnes, P., Harkin, M., & Nino de Guzman, I. (2009, February).  Pathos, PTSI, SARA & SAST-R.  Symposium presented at the 2009 International Institute for Trauma & Addiction Professionals.  Phoenix, AZ.

Nino de Guzman, I., Martinez, P., & Arnau, R., (2008, March). Hope, Humor Styles, and Psychological Well-Being in Peruvian College Students. Poster session presented at the Society for Personality Assessment Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA.

Green, B.; Nino de Guzman, I., Carnes, P.  (2008, February).  Personality Structure.  The ten types and the Sexual Dependency Inventory.  Paper presented at the 4th Annual IITAP Symposium.  Phoenix, AZ.

Nino de Guzman, I., Arnau, R., (2007, September). Human Figure Drawing as diagnostic instrument in a Peruvian sample of inpatients diagnosed with schizophrenia and substance abuse disorder. Poster session presented at the 58th annual conference of the Mississippi Psychological Association. Biloxi, MS.

Nino de Guzman, I., Arnau, R., Jimenez, F. & Sanchez-Crespo, G.  (2007, April). MMPI-2 Personality Psychopathology Five (PSY-5) facet scales: factor structure replication in a Spanish sample. Poster session presented at the 42nd annual symposium on MMPI-2 & MMPI-A Research, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Nino de Guzman, I., Arnau, R., & Clark, B. (2006, September). Personality traits, motivation and academic achievement in university students. Poster session presented at the 57th annual conference of the Mississippi Psychological Association. Jackson, MS.

Clark, C. B., Pritchard-Boone, A. L., Green, B. A. & Nino de Guzman, I. (2006, September). Reduced suicidal ideation in the wake of Katrina. Poster session presented at the 57th annual conference of the Mississippi Psychological Association. Jackson, MS.

Nino de Guzman, I. Personality, motivation and academic performance in college students (2006, March).  Poster session presented at The University of Southern Mississippi 22nd symposium of the Biological graduate student forum.

Nino de Guzman, I. (2003, July). Victimized women: the Peruvian reality, preventive and protective policies for the family. Paper presented at the 29º Interamerican conference of psychology.

Nino de Guzman, I. (2002): State of art of research on domestic violence in Peru. Paper presented at the Ministry of Women and Social Development family violence annual symposium.

Nino de Guzman, I. (2002). Family violence. State of art of national research. Paper presented at the Graduate School Sociology Forum. Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos.  Lima.

Nino de Guzman, I. (2001). Consumption of methanol and violence: an attack to human development. Paper presented at the Peruvian parliament

Nino de Guzman, I. (2001). Juvenile violence: social phenomenon. Paper presented at the Peruvian parliament.

Nino de Guzman, I. (2001). Advances on gender and family development in the National program for family violence in urban and rural areas in Peru. Paper presented at the interchange Peru- Bolivia meeting sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Sánchez-López, M., Thorne, C., Martínez, P., Niño de Guzmán, I. & Argumedo, D. (2001).  The Millon Personality Styles Inventory. Paper presented at the 28th Interamerican Conference of Psychology. Santiago de Chile.

Sánchez-López, M., Thorne, C., Martínez, P., Niño de Guzmán, I. & Argumedo, D. (2001). Chronopsychology and personality in a sample of students and Peruvian workers.  Paper presented at the 28th Interamerican Conference of Psychology. Santiago de Chile.

Nino de Guzman, I. (2001). Personality trait and academic performance of university students and adaptation of MIPS in university students. Paper presented at the 28th Interamerican conference of psychology. Santiago de Chile.

Nino de Guzman, I. (2000). Diagnosis of schizophrenia and substance abuse with Human Figure test. Paper presented at the IV Conference of psychodiagnosis. XI National Meeting of A.D.E.I.P. Salta, Argentina.

Nino de Guzman, I. (1999).  Rorschach on applicants to a psychology major. Paper presented at the II Iberoamerican conference of psychological evaluation. Symposium. Caracas, Venezuela.

Nino de Guzman, I. (1998). Human Figure test for emotional disturbance. Validity and reliability. Paper presented at the X Latin-American Congress of Rorschach and other projective techniques. ALAR Chile-98.  Santiago de Chile.

Nino de Guzman, I. (1998). The MCMI for forensic assessment. Paper presented at the Psychology Board of Peruvian Psychologists of Prisons.  Lima.

Nino de Guzman, I. (1996). Psychometric tests and vocational orientation. Paper presented at the II National Forum of Educational Psychology, Universidad de Lima.

Nino de Guzman, I. (1996). The Rorschach for group assessment. Paper presented at the IV Peruvian Conference of Psychology. Lima.

Nino de Guzman, I. (1993). Psychology and poverty in Peru. Paper presented at the XXIV Interamerican Conference of Psychology. Santiago de Chile.

Raez, M., Martinez, P., & Nino de Guzman, I. (1990). Le Rorschach Collectif comme instrument d’evaluation et l ‘Influence sur des aspects de l’identité dans des groupes sociaux and Etude  de l’identité des secteurs urbano-marginaux de Lima- Peru. Paper presented at the XII International Conference of Rorschach and other Projective Methods. Paris.

Nino de Guzman, I. (1989). Forensic psychology in Peru. Paper presented at the VII Conference of Rorschach and other Projective Techniques. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Raez, M., Martinez, P., Nino de Guzman, I. & Rossel, Z. (1989). Research on female identity in Peru. Paper presented at the VII Conference of Rorschach and other Projective Techniques. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Raez, M., Martinez, P., Nino de Guzman, I. & Rossel, Z. (1989). Systematization of the Rorschach for groups. Paper presented at the VII Conference of Rorschach and other Projective Techniques. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

  • Sacred Heart, Hattiesburg, MS. Self Esteem Workshop for Hispanic Women.

2006           University of Southern Mississippi and Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru:                           Help establishing connection for exchange program.

2001           Psychological support to trauma survivors of the firer disaster in Mesa Redonda.

2001           Peruvian representative for Peru- Bolivia regional community networks against family violence. Sponsored by the World Health Organization, La Paz, Bolivia.

2001           Evaluation of Peruvian Diplomacy Agency; Recovery of Democracy Commission.

1998           Volunteer at the Orphanage “Puericultorio Perez Aranibar” in Lima

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND CLINICAL MEMBERSHIPS

Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) (full clinical membership)

American Psychological Association (APA), Professional Membership

International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP).  Ethics Committee

Sigma XI, The Honor Scientific Research Society

Board of Psychologists of Peru

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