Craydon McDonald, D.Mn., Ph.D., Curriculum Vitae


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Craydon D. McDonald
2010 East Vista Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
Education:  
Ph.D. Boston University (Psychology)
D.Mn. Wesley Theological Seminary (Pastoral Counseling)
M.Div. St. Paul School of Theology, United Methodist, cum laude
B.S.A. Parson's, The New School for Design (Human Factors)
   
Certifications:  
Licensed Psychologist: Arizona
Diplomate,
American Board of Professional Psychology
Fellow,
The Academy of Marriage & Family Psychology
Current Appointments:
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  Clinician, Dr. McDonald & Associates
Phoenix, Arizona

(Clinical experience includes in excess of 40,000 contact hours of individual and marriage psychotherapy, psychoanalytic treatment, and family systems therapy.)
  President-Elect,
Arizona Psychoanalytic Society
Prior Clinical Experience:  
Examiner,
American Board of Professional Psychology
Approved Supervisor,
American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy
Consulting Psychologist,
Aspen Hill Hospital
Flagstaff, Arizona
Licensed Psychologist: Massachusetts,
Certified Health Service Provider

Clinic Director, Dr. McDonald, Weston & Associates
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Supervising Psychologist,
Lutheran Social Services
Elkhorn, Wisconsin

Consulting Psychologist: Walworth County Human Services
Walworth County Ecumenical Pastor's Association
Delavan-Darian Public Schools

Supervising Psychologist,
Unified Counseling Services, Grant & Iowa Counties
Lancaster, Wisconsin
Psychology Intern,
Center for Psychological Training
Worcester, Massachusetts
Psychologist's Assistant, Practicum,
Center III Psychology and Consultation
Auburn, Oxford and Webster Massachusetts
Family Systems, Resident,
Worcester Pastoral Counseling Center
Worcester, Massachusetts
Clinical Intern Psychoanalytic Track,
Washington Pastoral Counseling Service
Washington, D.C.
Training Analysis: 375 Hours, Jonas Kolker, M.D.
(Psychoanalytic Training Requirement)
Washington, D.C.
Crisis Counselor,
Westport Free Health Clinic
Kansas City, Missouri
Clinical Trainee, Practicum,
Colorado State Hospital
Pueblo, Colorado
Prior Academic Experience:  
Faculty (Personality Theories),
Department of Psychology,
Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, Arizona
Review Committee,
Journal of Family Psychology
, American Psychological Association
Washington, D.C.
Lecturer and Ancillary Staff,
Lakeland Medical Center
Elkhorn, Wisconsin
Program Chair (Family Psychology),
APA Centennial Convention,
American Psychological Association
Washington, D.C.
Member, Program Committee,
Family Psychology (Division 43)
American Psychological Association
Washington, D.C.
Assistant Professor,
Loyola University Graduate School
Associate Director,
Graduate Institute for Pastoral Studies,
Loyola University Graduate School
Chicago, Illinois
Guest Lecturer, Abnormal Psychology,
University of Wisconsin
Platteville, Wisconsin
Faculty,
Institute of Pastoral Training
(AAPC Approved Training Center)
Worcester, Massachusetts
Thesis Supervision:
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  David Mann, Psy.D. Candidate
Laura Carvallo, Ph.D. Candidate
Donna Hayes, D.Mn. Candidate
David Lyke, M.A. Candidate
Elsie Magors, M.A. Candidate
Peggy McGarth, M.A. Candidate
Ministry:  
Senior Pastor,
United Methodist Church
Cheswold, Delaware
Senior Pastor,
United Methodist Church
Canton, Kansas
Assistant Pastor,
United Methodist Church
Bonner Springs, Kansas
Youth Minister,
United Methodist Church
Syracuse, Kansas
Research Positions:
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Research Assistant,
Graduate School, Boston University
Boston, Massachusetts
Principal Investigator, Human Factors,*
Wilson Hill Associates
Washington, D.C.
Vice-President, Human Factors R & D,
The Donequip Corporation
Syracuse, Kansas
Human Factors Staff, NASA Skylab Project,
Raymond Loewy International
New York, New York
  *The Human Factors experience noted under Research Positions used experimental psychology methods for contracts investigating: Air Traffic controller/air control environment/air traffic systems; Trucker/hazardous cargo/highway routing system; Computer naive user/computer/data bank interface; Mechanic/machinery/engineer interface; Astronaut/vehicle environment/space systems.
Clinical Supervision:
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  Mary Lou Bade, M.S.W.
Kim Steen, M.S.W.
Paul Wick, M.S.
Donna Geach, M.S.
David Mann, Psy.D. Candidate
Donna Hayes, D.Min.
Mary K. Cisek, M.A.
Jean Meier, M.A.
Carmela Thill, M.S.W.
Barbara Ver-Kuilen, M.S.
Patricia Bromley, M.S.
Barbara Pink, CAC
Candice Bolton, M.S.
Robert Dechow, CAC
Margaret Anselone, Ph.D. Candidate
Barbara Carsus, CAC
Nita Pigo-Cronin, M.S.
Fr. Joseph Smith, M.Div.
Sr. Susanne Gabrian, MHSH
Carole Girouard, M.A. Candidate
Gordon Benson, Ph.D. Candidate
Rev. Elnor Berke, D.Min.
Rev. Neil Ferris, D.Min.
Donella Sitberg, B.A.
Other Affiliations:
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Member,
International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation
Honorary Member,
Key Note Speaker, Graduation, May, 2000, Northern Arizona University Chapter Golden Key National Honor Society
Biographee,
Marquis' Who's Who in America
Member,
Arizona Psychological Association
Diplomate,
American Board of Medical Psychotherapists
Listed, National Register of Medical Psychotherapists
Member, Divisions 39 (Psychoanalysis), 36 (Religious Issues) and 43 (Family),
American Psychological Association
Member, Clinically Certified,
American Association of Pastoral Counselors
Member,
Human Factors Society
Ordained Deacon,
Kansas West Conference, United Methodist Church
   
Publications & Presentations:
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Tsoutsouris, V., Rosiello, F., & McDonald, C.D. (2015).
Tsoutsouris, V., Rosiello, F., & McDonald, C.D. (2015). Psychoanalytic Therapy with a Schizoaffective Young Man: Emphasizing a Classical Freudian Perspective. Scheduled for the Arizona Psychological Association Annual Convention. Carefree, Arizona.
McDonald, C.D., Rosiello, F., & Butaney, B. (2015).
McDonald, C.D., Rosiello, F., & Butaney, B. (2015). Riders on the Storm: Bipolar Disorder. A continuing education presentation at the Arizona Psychoanalytic Society. American Psychological Association approved. Scottsdale, Arizona.
McDonald, C.D. (2003).
Contributions of self theory to family psychology. Manuscript submitted for publication.
McDonald, C.D., & Waternaux, C.M. (1998).
Association between Type A coronary prone behaviors and narcissism, found in expert, clinical, and non-clinical studies. Manuscript submitted for publication.
McDonald, C.D. & Weston. L.B. (1993).
Complementary narcissism theory: A family systems application of self psychology. A Symposium presented at the 101st Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.
McDonald, C.D. (1993).
Psychology of religion, personalities, problems, possibilities [Review of book by the same title, H. Newton Maloney, Ed.]. The Journal of Pastoral Care. In Press.
McDonald, C.D. (1993).
Christian perspectives on human development [Review of book by the same title, L. Aden, D.G. Benner, & J.H. Ellens, Eds.]. The Journal of Pastoral Care. In Press.
McDonald, C.D. (1993).
Children having children [Review of Contraception, pregnancy, and parenting, A.R. Stiffman, & A. Ronald, Eds.]. Contemporary Psychology. 38, 614-615.
McDonald, C.D., Weston, L.B., & Hayes, D.M. (1992).
Helpful either/or psychological, theological and medical paradigms for family therapy. A Symposium presented at the 100th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.
McDonald, C.D. (1991).
Narcissus and Echo: "The marriage for generations." Presentation sponsored by Division 43 (Family Psychology) at the 99th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, California.
McDonald, C.D. (1991).
Effects of the dysfunctional family on the practice of family medicine. Grand Rounds series, Lakeland Medical Center, Elkhorn, Wisconsin.

McDonald, C.D. (1991).
Clarifying several nuances of narcissism and their implications for pastoral psychotherapy. The Journal of Pastoral Care. 45 (2), 149-157.

McDonald, C.D. & Jernigan, H.L. (1990).
A comparative inquiry of men and women entering pastoral psychotherapy. The Journal of Pastoral Care. 44 (11), 27-32.
McDonald, C.D. (1989).
Type A coronary prone behavior and narcissism. Presentation sponsored by Division 8 (Personality and Social Psychology) at the 97th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.
McDonald, C.D. (1989).
Life and faith [Review of book by the same title, W.W. Meissner, author]. The Journal of Pastoral Care. 43 (4), 191-193.
McDonald, C.D. (1987).
The theory and practice of self-psychology [Review of the book by the same title, M.T. White & M.B. Weiner, authors]. The Family Psychologist. 4 (1), 15-16.
McDonald, C.D. (1987).
Type A personality and narcissism: A psychodynamic exploration. (Doctoral dissertation, Boston University, 1986). Dissertation Abstracts International.
McDonald, C.D. (1986).
Oedipal conflict inventory (OCI). Unpublished research instrument. Boston University.
McDonald, C.D. (1986).
Comparing self-ratings with achieved scores on Taylor-Johnson temperament analysis traits. Unpublished manuscript. Boston University.
McDonald, C.D. (1986).
Lecturer, Psychiatry Residency Program, University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Worcester, Massachusetts
McDonald, C.D. (1985).
Thoughts on the standardization of the psychological assessment of religious experience using multiaxial methodology. One of the series presented to area faculty and clinicians, sponsored by the Institute for Pastoral Training, Worcester, Massachusetts.
McDonald, C.D. (1984).
Toward the development of a Q-set for the documentation and psychological evaluation of religious experience. Unpublished Manuscript. Boston University.
McDonald, C.D. (1982).
The Cognitive Theory Inventory (CTI). Unpublished assessment instrument. Wesley Theological Seminary.
McDonald, C.D. (1982).
Personality and cognitive theology: A statistical analysis between selected factors (Doctoral dissertation, Wesley Theological Seminary, 1992). Dissertation Abstracts International.
McDonald, C.D. (1982).
Development of a hazardous materials routing sign (Contract No. DTFH61-80-C-00125). Washington, D.C.: Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.
McDonald, C.D. (1981).
A review of human factors applicable to the operational error/deviation investigations of the Federal Aviation Administration's Air Traffic Service (Contract No. FAA-80-107). Washington, D.C.: Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration.
McDonald, C.D. (1981). User's guide for the Automated Equipment System (Contract Ref.: Subsystems of the National Equipment Inventory System). Washington, D.C.: Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration.
McDonald, C.D. (1980).
User's guide for the Waiver System (Contract Ref.: Subsystems of the National Equipment Inventory System). Washington, D.C.: Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration.

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