PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCESan Francisco State University 2006-Present Professor Emeritus 1990-2006 Professor 1993-2006 Director, Center for Fluency Disorders 1990-1993 Director of the Communicative Disorders Program, Professor 1985-1989 Associate Professor 1981-1985 Director of the Communicative Disorders Program, Associate Professor 1977-1981 Director of Clinical Services, Assistant ProfessorGovernors State University 1973-1977 University Professor (GSU has no ranks)Private Practice 1974-2008 Stuttering therapy, parent training, learning problemsConsulting 2000-present Personal coaching, business, presentation skills, change, caregiving, end of life COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT2009-2013 Pathways Home Health and Hospice 2005-2009 Hospice By the Bay; home hospice caregiver 2005-2007 George Mark Children’s House, bedside caregiver 2004-2005 Zen Hospice Project; bedside CaregiverPROFESSIONAL TRAININGEducation Doctor of Philosophy: University of Pittsburgh Speech Pathology 1974 Master of Arts Degree: University of Pittsburgh Political Science 1970 Bachelor of Arts Degree: University of Pittsburgh Philosophy 1968Professional Credentials Certificate of Clinical Competence-Speech Path, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association State of California Board of Medical Examiners Speech Pathologists License Specialty Certification, Fluency Disorders, American Speech-Language-Hearing AssociationHONORS AND AWARDSNon-University2014 Top 10 Online Caregiver Advocates, TheCaregiverSpace.org 2010 Hospice Volunteer of the Year, Hospice Volunteer Association 2010 Best Buddhist Writings of 2010 2010 Grand Prize Winner, International Competition, London Book Festival 2010 Best Inspirational Book, International Competition,London Book Festival 2007 1st Place, Choices, a play. Oxford International Institute for Documentary and Drama in Conflict Transformation 2005 1st Place, Living in the Elephant’s Footprint, Non-Fiction, Jack London Writing Conference 2004 $10,000 Winner, Fixing? Helping? Or Serving? John Templeton World-Wide Essay Competition 2002 1st Place, You’ll Like It. Foster City International Writing Contest, Free Verse Poetry 2002 2nd Place, Who’s in Charge of Catching the Bad Guys? Foster City International WritingContest, Humor 2002 2nd Place, Demcheck Avenue Foster City International Writing Contest, Short Story 2002 3rd Place, Images of New York, Poem Kingdom National Poetry Contest 2002 2ndPlace, Tidal Movements, American Society on Aging/National Council on Aging Poetry/Photography Contest 2002 1st Place, Chariots of Conscience, Greyhound Lines National Essay Contest 2001 1st Place, A Bean Hollow Goodbye, California State Poetry Society, August 2001 2nd Place, Images of New York, California State Poetry Society, September 1996 Guest of Honor, Flathead Reservation Tribal Pow-Wow, MontanaUniversity1999 Creative Project Award, 1999 Release time for the development of the Center for Stuttering Disorders 1997 Sabbatical Leave Award 1991 Sabbatical Leave Award 1989 Distinguished Service to the Community, San Francisco Elks Lodge 1989 Meritorious Performance and Professional Promise Award 1988 Nominee, California State University Academic Program Review Team 1983 Sabbatical Leave Award 1971 United States Office of Education Doctoral Fellowship 1968 University Tuition Fellowship 1967 State Senatorial ScholarshipTEACHING EXPERIENCESeminarsCommunicative Disorders I-undergraduate Introduction to Speech Pathology-undergraduate Introduction to Clinical Practice-undergraduate/graduate Introduction to Speech Pathology-graduate Disabled Children, Home and Society-graduate Advanced Clinical Skills-graduate Language Disorders in Children-graduate Stuttering-graduate Counseling in Speech Pathology-graduate Introduction to Disabled Children-graduate Language Development-graduate Sociolinguistics-graduate Supervision Children’s Language Disorders-undergraduate/graduate Children’s Articulation Disorders-undergraduate/graduate Autism-undergraduate/graduate Stuttering-graduate Voice-graduate Aphasia-graduate Extern Supervision: Public Schools-graduate Extern Supervision: Hospitals, Rehab Sites-graduatePUBLICATIONSPopular/Mass Market Books2016 Goldberg, S., Loving, Supporting, and Caring for the Cancer Patient. Rowan & Littlefield, New York2014 Goldberg, S., “I Have Cancer,” 48 Things To Do When You Hear Those Words. . Kindle Version, Wisdom to Practice Books2012 Goldberg, S., Leaning Into Sharp Points: Practical Guidance and Nurturing Support for . Caregivers, San Rafael, CA: New World Library2010 Goldberg, S. Lessons for the Living: Stories of Forgiveness, Gratitude, and Courage at . the End of Life, Boston: Shambhala Publications _________Chinese translation (Mainland) 2013 _________Indonesian translation 2012 _________Portuguese translation, 2012 _________Chinese translation (Taiwan), 20112005 Goldberg, S. Ready to Learn: What Parents Can Do to Help. Oxford University . Press, New YorkProfessional Books1997 Goldberg, S.A. Clinical Skills for Speech-Language Pathologists. San Diego: Singular . Publishing.1996 Culatta, R. and Goldberg, S.A. Stuttering Therapy: An Integrated Approach to Theory . and Practice. Boston: Allyn & Bacon1993 Goldberg, S.A. Clinical Intervention: A Philosophy and Methodology for . Clinical Practice. New York: Macmillian1981 Goldberg, S.A. Behavioral Cognitive Stuttering Therapy: (BCST) Tigard, Oregon: C.C. . PublicationsChaptersGoldberg, S. (2014) A Lesson for the Living in Andrea Miller (ed.) All the Rage: Buddhist Wisdom on . Anger and Acceptance,Boston, Shambhala PublicationsGoldberg, S. (2010)Lessons for the Living (Lead Chapter) in M. McLead Best Buddhist Writings of . 2010 (3d), Boston, ShambhalaGoldberg, S. (2007) Being present at the bedside in A. Holland (ed.), Communication and Positive . Counseling, San Diego: Plural Publications _______revised chapter in new edition, 2013Goldberg, S. (2005) Fixing? Helping? Or Serving?, in The Power of Purpose Awards, Coismo: New York.Goldberg, S. (2005) The 10 Rules of Change, in Personal Growth & Behavior 6/7, Karen Duffy (Ed.), . New York: McGraw-HillINTERNET ARTICLESThe Following articles have been published on my website stangoldbergwriter.com, where I average more than 6,000 page views a month. Each article is routinely carried on more than 20 other websitesAging and Illness2012 Alzheimer’s: Awareness Isn’t Enough . Reprints . Hormones Matter (hormonesmatter.com) . Aging with Grace (itunes.apple.com) . Meryl Comer (id-id.fb.me/meryl.comer.alz) . Luke Vorsteman (yasni.com) . Main Street Living ( . Alzheimer’s Association Nebraska Chapter (https://m.0.facebook.com/ALZNebraska?v)2012 Feeling like a 1960 Edsel?-You’re Just Aging . Reprints 2012 I’m Different: Illness-based Identity 2012 She says “I have cancer.” Now, what do you say? 2011 Going First: Preparing for a Loved One’s Death 2011 Opening the Soul’s Door: Caregiving 2011 A Dying Man’s Question; A Turkish Answer 2011 It’s Only Alzheimer’s, Not the Bloody Plague! 2011 My Brain is Fried: Inside Chronic Illnesses 2011 Caregivers: We’re Not Mother Teresa 2011 A New Workshop for Caregivers 2011 Leaning Into Sharp Points: Practical Guidance and Nurturing Support for . Caregivers-Introduction (excerpt) 2010 The Zen of Eating Cream of Wheat: A Journey Into Dementia 2010 The Zeniness of Aging 2010 Top 10 Insults for Old People 2010 Patient Choice: A Medical Cop-Out 2010 Understanding Chronic and Terminal Illness: A Guide for Healthy People 2010 Prostate Cancer Research Funding and Male Vanity 2010 Faces of Grief 2010 When the Ground Shakes: A Need for Structure 2009 What’s Wrong with My Underwear? 2009 Has the Music Stopped? Life After a Loss 2004 You’ve Got It!End of Life2012 The Goodbye Party: A Tribute to Your Dying Loved One 2011 How Can I Be a Compassionate Caregiver? 2011 “Shoot me, Please”: The Right to Die 2010 The Good Death: Views of Academics and Trench Workers 2010 Thoughts as You Approach Your Own Death 2010 Choosing How To Die. Does it Make a Difference? 2010 What Makes You Think You’ll Live Forever? 2010 Dying the Way We Live 2010 Memories: A Call to Reconnect 2010 Dying Stands Logic on its Head 2009 Helping Our Loved Ones Die-1: Introduction (video) 2009 Helping Our Loved Ones Die-2: Sitting (video) 2009 Helping Our Loved Ones Die-3: Create a Positive Environment (video) 2009 Helping Our Loved Ones Die-4: Simplifying Life (video) 2009 Helping Our Loved Ones Die-5: Listen More, Talk Less (video) 2009 Helping Our Loved Ones Die-6: Don’t Rely Just on Words (video) 2009 Helping Our Loved Ones Die-7: Talk About Death (video) 2009 Helping Our Loved Ones Die-8: Forgive and Ask For Forgiveness (video) 2009 Helping Our Loved Ones Die-9: Give Thanks (video) 2009 Helping Our Loved Ones Die-10: Private Experiences (video) 2009 Helping Our Loved Ones Die-11: Giving Permission to Leave (video) 2009 Helping Our Loved Ones Die-12: Final Thoughts (video) 2009 Cudos to 60 Minutes 2009 The Hard Work of Dying 2009 Hospice care. False charges from Health Care Bill Opponents 2009 Stones in Our Pockets: A Monk’s Story 2009 Bottomless Holes 2009 Eunice Shriver: A Lesson in Dying 2009 Counseling at the End of Life 2007 There’s an Elephant in the Room:Issues in Death and Dying 2006 Shedding Your Fears:Bedside Etiquette for Dying Patients 2006 Am I Dying? A Child’s Question Grieving and Recovery2012 When You Can’t Let Go 2012 Want Enlightenment? Think Less, Do more 2011 Opening the Soul’s Door: Caregiving 2011 It’s Not Our Fault 2011 Playing for Relatives: Understanding Buchenwald 2010 I’m in Shock! But It’s Nothing Personal 2010 10 Suggestions for Living: Advice from a Tibetan Hermit and My Mother 2010 Becoming Something Different 2006 The Power of Ritual 2005 Searching For Healing 2002 Reinvent Yourself: 12 Principles of ChangePoems2011 Of Course You Remember 2011 It’s Not Our Fault 2004 You’ll Like It 2003 Through an Old Sealed Window (Formally Steve and Mac) 2002 A Bean Hollow Goodbye 2002 Tidal Movements 2001 Images of New York Short Stories2011 Chariots of Conscience 2010 Subway Christmas Carols Travel and Humor2011 Welcome to Kauai. What’s the Strange Stick in Your Hand? 2002 Cowboying Up! Magazine ArticlesGoldberg, S.A. (2011) How Can I Be a Compassionate Caregiver? Buddhadharma. November, Goldberg, S. (2009) Learning from our losses. Living With Loss. Winter Goldberg, S. (2009) The hard work of dying. Shambhala Magazine. Oct/Nov. Goldberg, S. (2006) 6 Ways of Making Presentations More Effective Immediately. American . Venture Magazine.com Goldberg, S. (2006) Shedding your fears. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation , 13:1, 63-67. Goldberg, S. (2005) Finding Happiness in Your Child, Excerpt from Ready to Learn _________Reprinted in Lifechallenges.org _________Reprinted in SingleMom.com _________Reprinted in Star Weekend Magazine _________Reprinted in Special Children.About. Com _________Reprinted in Familyresource.com _________Reprinted in Modernmomn.com Goldberg, S. (2005) Searching for healing. Cover article, inaugural edition, International Inquirer, . Oct CSU,Fresno, CA. Goldberg, S., (2005) A Life Changed: Lessons Learned as a Hospice Volunteer, SFSU Magazine, Winter, . Vol. 5, no 1 (cover article). Goldberg, S., (2005) The Path to Easy Learning. Parent Guide News, Feb. Goldberg, S. (2005) Finding Happiness in Your Child, Excerpt from Ready to Learn _________Reprinted in Selfgrowth.com Goldberg, S. (2004) Fixing? Helping? Serving?, San Francisco Call (reprinted from Power of . Purpose Awards), Nov 23. Goldberg, S.A. (2003). You’ve Got It! Mt. Zion Cancer Clinic Magazine. Winter Edition. Goldberg, S.A. (2003) Are We Losing Our Heart? ASHA Leader, June. Goldberg, S.A. (2002) Reinvent Yourself: 10 Principles of Change. Psychology Today. Oct. (lead article). ________ Reprinted in Depression Center, Yahoo Group. ________ Reprinted in The Specious Report, University Of Hawaii, Psychology . Department, Feb. ________ Reprinted in Look Smart ________ Reprinted in Questia.com. Goldberg, S.A. (2002). Cowboying Up! Horse & Rider, June, 2002. Goldberg, S.A. (2002). What Public School Therapists Won’t, Or Can’t Tell You. Reaching Out,Apr. Goldberg, S.A. (2002) Frequently Asked Questions About Stuttering, ParentsPals.com. Goldberg, S.A. (2000) Mendocino Magic. Saltwater Fly Fishing. Dec. Goldberg, S.A. (1999) Welcome to Kauai: What’s that Long Skinny Pole in Your hand? Saltwater FlyFishing. . Dec. Goldberg, S.A. (1998) Exploring San Francisco Bay. Saltwater Fly Fishing. Winter Edition. Newspaper Columns2007 The Magic of Music Hospice Volunteer News (featured regular article).Third Quarter 2007 Respect: What it Means to a Dying Person. Hospice Volunteer News (featured regular . article). Second Quarter 2007 Am I Dying? : A Child’s Question. Hospice Volunteer News (featured regular article). First Quarter 2006 Communicating is Not Just Words. Hospice Volunteer News (featured regular article).Winter. 2006 Ritual: How We Heal, Hospice Volunteer News, (featured regular article). Fall. 2006 Death, the final transition. Hospice Volunteer News. (featured regular column, Spring. 2005 Cancer’s life lessons: How a brush with death can amplify the joys of living. Apr. 13, USA Today, OpEd Poetry2011 Goldberg, S.A. Of Course You Remember (published only on website) 2011 Goldberg, S.A. It’s Not Our Fault (published only on website) 2004 Goldberg, S.A., You’ll like it! (published only on website) 2003 Goldberg, S.A. Steve & Mac, North Beach Beat, Arts and Literary Edition, 1, 9 2002 Goldberg, S.A. A Bean Hollow Goodbye. Potpourri Literary Magazine. Winter edition 2002 Goldberg, S.A. A Bean Hollow Goodbye. Erato Magazine 2002 Goldberg, S.A. New York Images, Erato Magazine 2001 Goldberg, S.A. New York Images, San Francisco Chronicle, October 14, 2001 Plays (Performed)Goldberg, S.A. (2008) 10 minute excerpt from Choices, a three-act-play to be performed at the First Stage fundraiser, Los Angeles, June. RADIO/TV INTERVIEWS, QUOTES AND EDITORIALS2013 Caregiving During the Span of Life National Council of Science Taipei, Taiwan (tentative) 2012 KRON-TV4 Weekend with Henry Tannenbaum 2012 In the Spirit on WRPI, Schenectady, New York, Gary Goldberg Leaning Into Sharp Points 2012 Kate Loving & the Collective Wisdom, Blog Talk Radio 2012 Conversations Live Radio, Leaning Into Sharp Points, Cyrus Webb 2012 “It’s All About You” Blog Radio, A Discussion About Caregiving, Darien Marshal 2012 Caregiving: The Whole Package, Not the Myth, Why There Are Words, Sausalito, CA 2012 WGBB’s Turn on Your Inner Light, Leaning Into Sharp Points Interview, Debbie Mandel 2012 HealthyLife.net Radio, Leaning Into Sharp Points Interview,Linda MacKenzie 2012 KSVY’s Health Matters radio show, Dr. Ned Hoke, Sonoma, CA 2012 Walking with Spirit” Achieve Radio Network, Monique Chapman 2012 WCBQ/WHNC Alvin Augustus Jones Show radio show, Dr. Alvin Jones Washington, DC 2012 CFAX’s Mid-Day radio show, Dave Dickson, Victoria, B.C. Canada 2012 WAIF/ WMKV Life is Meant to be Good radio show, Reverend George Whitton, Cincinnati, Ohio 2012 Inner Views-Talk Radio, Simron Singh, Caregiving 2012 Your Health is Your Wealth radio show, Leaning Into Sharp Points-Caregiver Perspective, . Dr. Cindy Anderson. 2012 Energy Times Magazine, Caregiver Stress article, Claire Skyes 2012 Global Vision Radio, WGRN, Leaning Into Sharp Points Interview, Colleen Pyke 2012 Publisher’s Weekly, Leaning Into Sharp Points Review, Kerry Weber 2012 Silver Connections. Radio Program for Working Caregivers, Leaning Into Sharp Points . Patricia O’Dea-Evans 2012 Guest Appearance, Shakuhachi and Native American Flute, Sunset Youth Orchestra, San Francisco, CA 2011 Native American Flute and Shakuhachi Performance,Hope Hospice Fundraiser Hike . Sunol ,California 2010 Native American Flute and Shakuhachi Performance, Hope Hospice Fundraiser Hike Sunol, California 2010 Listening to the Dying, Commonweal Benefit, San Francisco, CA 2010 Lessons for Living from the Dying, London Book Fair Grand Prize Winner Award Ceremony, . London, Great Britain 2006 Home as a Super Learning Place, Aaron Dalton, BJ’s Wholesale Club Magazine, June. 2006 Give Them A Good Start: Setting Up Your Home For Preschool Learning, ParentsJournal.com, . February 27-March 10. 180 stations, mostly NPR, and overseas in 140 countries through the Armed . Forces Network with an estimated weekly audience of over 2 million. 2006 Playing games in school: Using videos helps students love to learn their lessons, San Francisco . Chronicle, Matthew Yi, February 20 2006 Cutting-edge school rubs some parents wrong way Chicago Tribune, Lisa Black, February 6 2006 Making Your Home a Super Learning Center, ParentsJournal.com, February 27-March 10. 180 . stations, mostly NPR, and overseas in 140 countries through the Armed Forces Network with . an estimated weekly audience of over 2 million. 2005 More Gray Please, KQED Perspective Series, November 16, 20 2005 Leaning Into the Sharp Points, KQED Perspective Series, Oct 6, 8 2005 Bondo for Education, Podcast.net, June 6 2005 Peter Jennings Begins Chemotherapy, Mediabistro.com, April, 13 2005 Teaching Your Baby, Pregnacy.org, June, 22, 2005 2005 In the News: ABC News Anchor Peter Jennings Diagnosed with Lung Cancer, Yourgriefmatters.com, . May. 2005 Leaving all children behind, KQED Perspective Series, June 9, 11 2005 Positive Parenting, KOIT, San Francisco, CA July 3 . Positive Parenting, WGMS Washington, D.C. July 3 . Positive Parenting, WMOV, Ravenswood, WV, July 3 2005 Getting Children Ready for Kindergarten, WrittenVoices.com, SucessTalk.com, Feb. 24 2005 Featured Author: Stan Goldberg, Thompson/Delmar Learning Magazine, April 2005 Children and Learning-On-line Live Chat, Women-Together.com, April 5. 2005 Helping Children Learn, ParentsJournal.com, March 15 180 stations, mostly NPR, and . overseas in 140 countries through the Armed Forces Network with an estimated weekly . audience of over 2 million. 2005 Stress: Busted!, Women’s Health Magazine. Feb/March 2004 Faces, Jewish Weekly News, October, 28 2004 Diagnose Your Stress, Women’s Health Magazine. Feb/March 2004 The Role of Volunteers in Hospice. Invited Interactant, Buddhist Lotus Hospice Care . Foundation.Taipei, Taiwan 2003 Who Owns Literary: Shalom Chaverem or Katie Bar the Door?, Richard Culatta & Jill . Lewis, American Reading Forum’s 2003 Yearbook. 2002 Make Change Happen—Now! Cosmopolitan-German Edition, November 20, 2002 Principles of Change in Stuttering Therapy. Tech TV, a National Cable TV Station, August 1, 2002 How to Change. KOGO radio station, August 9, San Diego, CA 2002 Reinvent Yourself. KPOP radio station, August 10, San Diego, CA 1998 Daddy to Make It Better in Listen to Your Heart: Reflections on Growing Up with Stuttering, . Friends Organization. San Francisco, CA 1995 Problems in Special Education. San Francisco Examiner, October,GENERAL POPULATION PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS) 2012 Speech Language Pathologists and Cargiving, Communicative Disorders ProgramSan Francisco State University 2012 Incorporating Family Caregivers Into the Hospice Team. Webinar sponsoredbyTotal Living Choices 2012 Book Release Party: A Conversation About Caregiving, Bookpassage Corte Madera,California 2012 Practical Guidance and Nurturing Support for Caregivers, General Public TalkHome Hospice, Sherman, TX 2011 Integrating Family Caregivers Into Hospice Service, Staff Development WorkshopHome Hospice, Sherman, TX 2011 Learning to Live by Caring for the Dying, Guest Speaker, The Meaning of Life Annual Luncheon, Hospice Calgary, Calgary Alberta 2011 Training Family Caregivers to Serve, Staff Development Workshop, Hospice CalgaryCalgary Alberta 2011 Preparing Caregivers for the Death of a Loved One,National Adult Day Services Association NADSA Annual Conference Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2011 How Do I Do This? Easing a Loved One’s Death and Reducing the Severity and Duration of Grief, Florida Conference on Aging 2011 – Aging: Through a New Lens St. Pete Beach, Florida. 2010 Communication Counseling with the Dying, Communicative Disorders Counseling Seminar, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA 2010 Learning for Our Dying Patients and Loved Ones, Hospice of Petaluma, Petaluma, CA 2010 What Our Patients Need From Us, Sutter VNA & Hospice, Volunteer Workshop, Daly City, CA. 2010 A New model for Understanding and Treating Grief 7th Annual Conference on Making Sense of Dying and Death, Prague, Czech Republic 2010 Lessons from Our Patients, Hospice of Rutherford County, Forrest City, NC. 2010 How the Dying Process Information, Hospice of Rutherford County, Forrest City, NC. 2010 Why Hospice, Harmony Hospice Foundation, Carnegie, PA 2010 Listening to Our Patients, Harmony Hospice Foundation, Carnegie, PA 2010 What Hospice Gives, Pathways Home Health & Hospice FoundationLos Altos Hills, CA. 2009 Lessons for the Living: Stories of Forgiveness, Gratitude, and Courage at the End of Life.Left Coast Writers sponsored at Book Passages, Corte Madera, CA. 2009 Lessons for the Living: Stories of Forgiveness, Gratitude, and Courage at the End of LifeEast-West Bookstore, Redwood City, CA. 2009 Vigiling, Pathways Home Care and Hospice, South San Francisco, CA 2009 Using Music in Hospice, Pathways Home Care and Hospice South San Francisco, CA 2009 Lessons for the Living: Stories of Forgiveness, Gratitude, and Courage at the End of Life.Inside Story Time, San Francisco, CA 2009 Lessons for the Living: Stories of Forgiveness, Gratitude, and Courage at the End of Life.Many Rivers Bookstore, Sebastopol, CA. 2009 Lessons for the Living: Stories of Forgiveness, Gratitude, and Courage at the End of LifeCopperfield’s Bookstore, Petaluma, CA 2009 Lessons for the Living: Stories of Forgiveness, Gratitude, and Courage at the End of Life.A Great Good Place for Books, Pleasanton, CA 2009 Understanding Terminal Illness, University of Arizona, Tucson AZ 2007 Case Studies, Volunteer Training, Hospice By the Bay, San Francisco, CA 2006 Case Studies, Volunteer Training, Hospice By The Bay, San Francisco, CA 2006 HealYourself Through Service: A Bodhisattva approach to Living, Esalen Institute, Big Sur, California June 25-30 2006 A Love Story. San Francisco Writer’s Workshop Benefit, March, San Francisco, CA 2005 How to Serve the Dying, Hospice by the Bay, San Francisco, CA, October 22 2005 How Volunteers Can Serve the Dying, Hospice By The Bay, San Francisco, CA, 2005 The Role of the Volunteer, George Mark Children’s House, San Leandro, CA 2005 Regain Your Joy After a Disability, San Francisco City College, San Francisco, CA, 2005 The Role of the Volunteer, George Mark Children’s House, San Leandro, CA,September 16 2005 How to Change Using Tibetan Buddhism and Clinical Research. July 29-31.Esalen Institute, Big Sur, California. 2005 Regain Your Joy After a Disability, San Francisco City College, San Francisco,CA, May 8 2005 Regain Your Joy After a Disability, San Francisco City College, San Francisco, May 2005 Ready to Learn. Border’s Bookstore, July, San Francisco, CA. 2005 Ready to Learn. Cody’s Bookstore, April 7, Berkeley, CA 2005 Ready to Learn. Stacey’s Bookstore, April 11, San Francisco, CA 2004 The Role of Volunteers in Hospice. Invited Interactant, Buddhist Lotus Hospice Care Foundation.Taipei, Taiwan 2004 The role of volunteers in hospice. Invited Guest, Buddhist Lotus HospiceCare Foundation. Taipei, Taiwan 2003 Reinvent yourself after a disability. San Bruno Senior Center, San Bruno, CA 2002 Chariots of conscience. Crystal Springs Creative Writers Annual Spring Reading. San Bruno, CA EDITORIAL CONSULTANT2010 Me and My Alzheimer’s, by Norm McNamara 2006 My Life History and Death; A Journey of Meaning, Steve Kay Story, script consultant,Video biography of a AIDS victim, San Francisco, CA. 2006 AHE Productions, Toronto Canada Story consultant on documentary television pilot onforced transitions 2006 Cornerstone Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, Story and dialogue consultant on play about caregivers, through Hospice by the Bay 2004-2010 Oxford University Press 2005-2010 American Journal of Speech Language Pathology 2002-2004 Delmar Learning/Singular Publications 1997-2011 Journal of Fluency Disorders 1997 Allyn & Bacon. Van Keulen, J.E., Weddington, G.T. and Debose, C.E. (1997) Speech, Language,Learning, and the African American Child.Allyn & Bacon, Boston. 1986 Charles Merrill Shames, G. & Rubin, H.(1986) Stuttering Therapy, Then and Now. Columbus,Ohio: Charles Merrill. 1979 HC Electronics Wayte, P. (1979) Phonic Mirror/Phonic Ear Therapy Manual.Mill Valley, Calif: HC Electronics. APPROVED GRANT PROPOSALS1999 Development of a Center for Fluency Disorders, San Francisco State University, $5000. 1998 Outcome comparisons between two teaching approaches for remediatingcommunicative disorders: strategies vs. behaviors. San Francisco StateUniversity, $5000. 1992 Interdisciplinary training of speech and language pathologists. Office ofEducation Grant, $460,000 1990 Effects of prenatal drug exposure on the development of speech and language.California State University Chancellor’s Research Grant, $2,500 1990 Identification of variables related to stuttering subcategories, San Francisco State University NIH Biomedical Research Support Grant, $7,500 1989 The development of programmed videotapes for the training of speech-language pathologists and audiologists, Lottery Discretionary Funds, $11,200,1988 Visi-Pitch: Speech and Voice Characteristics Analyzer, Lottery Discretionary Funds, $12,000 1985 The Development of a Self-Supporting Professional Communicative Disorders Clinic. San Francisco State University. $42,500. 1984 The Training of Asian Speaking Speech Pathologists. U.S. Department of Education. $226,329 1980 Development of Clinical Skills in Speech Pathology. San Francisco State University Affirmative Action Program Grant, $4,750 GRANT REVIEWS1994-1995 United States Office of Education Focus Group: Restructuring of Grant Review/Awarding Process Early Childhood Personnel Preparation Technology, Educational Media, and Materials Projects that CreateInnovative Tools for Students with Disabilities Special Educators Competition, Personnel Preparation CONSULTING POSITIONS 2007 Littler, Mendleson, Law FirmExpert witness, civil lawsuit 2006-present American Medical Forensic SpecialistsExpert witness, consultant on speech, language, and learninglawsuits 2006 California State Licensing Board-Speech Language Pathology, SacramentoExpert, ethics violations 2006 State of California, Department of TransportationExpert witness, civil lawsuit 2006 My Life History and Death; A Journey of Meaning, San FranciscoStory, script consultant to Steve Kay; Video biographyof an AIDS victim, San Francisco, CA. 2006 AHE Productions, Toronto CanadaStory consultant on documentary television pilot on forcedTransitions 2006 Cornerstone Theatre. Los Angeles, CAStory and dialogue consultant on play about caregivers,through Hospice by the Bay 2005-2006 Lafayette and Kumagai, Law Firm, San FranciscoExpert witness, civil lawsuit 2005-2010 Speech StrategiesConfidential consulting for business executives; presentation skills,organizational change, personnel issues 2005-present Hospice Volunteer Training Institute, Sebastopol, CAFeatured ColumnistDeveloper of volunteer education courses 2005-2006 George Mark Children’s House, San Leandro, CAVolunteer training, grant proposals, organizational structure 2005-2008 Hospice by the Bay, San FranciscoVolunteer training 2005-present Private End-of-Life Coach (gratis) 2005 San Francisco Fund for EducationStrategic planning 2005 Stone, Yamashita, San Francisco, CAPresentation skills 2004 Swinerton Builders, Los Angeles, CAPresentation skills 2004 Zen Hospice Project, San Francisco, CADevelopment 2003 Sacred Heart Elementary School, San Francisco, CATeacher education 2003-2008 Cupertino School District, Cupertino, CAParent trainer/intervention coordinator 2002 California State Licensing Board; Speech Language Pathology, SacramentoExpert, ethics violations 2001 State of California, Attorney General’s OfficeLegal consultant, civil lawsuit 2000 City/County of California, City Attorney’s Office, San FranciscoExpert legal witness, consultant civil lawsuit 1995-1997 Community Advisory Committee, San Francisco, CAInclusion model, San Francisco Unified School District 1973-1999 Program Development1998-1999 Appalachian State University, Summer Fluency Camp1995-1996 Flathead Indian Reservation: Speech Pathology Program 1995-1996 Appalachian State University-ASHA Review1994-1995 Costa Rico Ministry of Education1992-1993 San Francisco Head Start, San Francisco, CA1986 Governors State University, Park Forest South, Il1983 University of Rhode Island, Providence, RI1980-1986 San Francisco Infant Program, San Francisco, CA1974 Kankakee State Hospital, Kankakee, Il1973-1977 Center for Exceptional Children, Harvey, Il NON-TEACHING UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIESDirected Program Reviews (all reviews were successful)1993 ASHA 7 year National reaccredidation review1984 ASHA yearly review University Committees1993-1996 San Francisco State Foundation, member Board of Directors, Finance Committee; chair, Indirect Costs Committee, Director Applicant Committee 1994 Cultural Infusion Task Force, member UNIVERSITY REPRESENTATION1996 University of Guam. Development of a distance training program for graduatestudents in communicative disorders. 1994 Costa Rico Ministry of Education. Provided assistance in the development of speech-language training program for the University of Costa Rico serving the training needs of Central America 1990-1992 State Site Evaluator, California Teacher Commission. Program reviewer for communicative disorders programs throughout California offering clinical rehabilitation teaching credentials. 1981-1984 Advisory Committee on Children, Adolescents, and Maternal Problems. Member of the Board of Supervisor’s Advisory Committee for Children, Adolescents, and Maternal Problems, City of San Francisco. Nominated and appointed by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors to represent San Francisco State University. 1977-1981 Mental Health Advisory Board. Member of the Citizen’s Advisory Board, District V Mental Health Center, City and County of San Francisco. Nominated and appointed by San Francisco Board of Supervisors, to represent San Francisco State University.PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS (SPEECH-LANGAUAGE PATHOLOGY) 2007 Literacy Behind the Scenes: Exploring Adolescent Friendship and Identity; Invited reactant, American Reading Forum Annual Conference, Sanibel, FL.December. 2005 15 Strategies for Improving Classroom Learning-Immediately. Granada LearningConference, Granada Spain, July 11-14. 2002 Using principles of change in reading therapy. American Reading Forum, Sanibel, FL 2001 Speech-language pathologist’s role in reading issues. Invited reactant. American Reading Forum, Sanibel, FL 2001 Looking is not necessarily seeing. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA 2001 Forty procedures for improving fluency treatment. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA 2001 Time for a name change: Clinical instruction, not supervision. American Speech- Language-Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA 2000 Reversal of adventitious disfluency via transcutaneous laryngeal anestization American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Washington, D.C. 1999 Using strategies to effect the outcome of therapy. American Speech-Language- Hearing Association, San Francisco, CA 1996 Advanced clinical skills for speech-language clinicians. Short course, invited presenter. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Seattle, WA 1996 Stuttering frequency in tasks of varying linguistic complexity. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Seattle, WA 1996 Advantages and disadvantages of university training clinics. American Speech- Language-Hearing Association, Seattle, WA 1996 Advanced clinical skills for speech-language clinicians. Workshops sponsored by Singular Press and IntelliGroup Publications, New York City, NY, San Francisco, CA, Los Angeles, CA, Irvine, CA 1995 The use of PROLAM in diagnosing and treating stuttering:American Speech- Language-Hearing Association, Orlando, FL 1995 Generalization and maintenance programs: Their relationship to stuttering relapse. Sponsored by Singular Press and IntelliGroup Publishers, Irvine, CA 1994 Counseling parents of young stutterers, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association New Orleans, LA 1994 Diversity is more than ethnicity: Macrocultures and microcultures in stuttering,American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA 1994 Stuttering assessment and therapy. Presentation sponsored by the Ministry of Education of Costa Rico for all speech-language pathologists in Costa Rico, with representation from neighboring countries. San Jose, Costa Rico 1992 Criteria for the selection of stuttering intervention techniques and programs. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Anaheim, CA 1992 Differential diagnosis of stuttering: An application procedure. American Speech- Language-Hearing Association, Anaheim, CA 1991 The demise of stuttering therapy. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Detroit, MI 1991 Genetics and stuttering. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association National Tele-Conference, Rockville, MD 1990 The effects of experience upon clinical observations. American Speech-Language- Hearing Association, Seattle, WA 1990 Identification of clinical skills and their relationship to clinical training. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Seattle, WA 1989 A strategy for teaching concepts through case structure grammar American Speech-Language-Hearing Association,St. Louis, MO 2004 Compassion: Serving from our hearts and heads. American Speech-LanguageHearing Association, Annual Conference. November, Philadelphia, PA 2004 Choosing the middle path: Using the wisdom of the East in developing IEP’s, Invited keynote speaker, Conference on IEP’s (individual educational plans) National Hsin-Chu Teachers College. Taipei, Taiwan 2004 Using principals of change with children. Invited speaker, National TaiwanNormal University. Taipei, Taiwan 2002 Reduce your stuttering: 10 principles of change. Invited speaker, Sacramento Chapter, National Stuttering Association, Sacramento, CA 2002 Why stuttering therapy doesn’t work. Invited speaker. National Stuttering Association, San Francisco, CA 2002 Interactive processes in supervision. Invited speaker. Communicative Disorders Clinic Annual Conference. Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 2001 How not to fail when doing stuttering therapy. California State Speech- Language Hearing Association. Monterey, CA 2001 Is it therapy or is it assessment? 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