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Curriculum Vitae

Maia Lynn McKinney, Ph.D.

8105 Eastern Ave # C111
(301)213-6105; mmdb0b98@westpost.net
UCLA, BA. Psychology; Developmental Disabilities June, 1992
California School of Professional Psychology, MA. Clinical Psychology,
Child and Family June, 1996
California School of Professional Psychology, Ph.D. Clinical
Psychology, Child and Family July, 2004
Washington DC Clinical Psychology Licensure May 2007

Washington DC Certified School Psychologist April 2007

Professional Experience
Executive Director/CEO, W. E. Public Charter School for the Performing
Arts Current
Requested to take over school whose charter was on continuance due to
poor performance. Within a school year, developed school policies and
procedures and internal infrastructure; improved technology and
instructional efficacy towards AYP benchmarks; increased student
enrollment; responsible for passing Federal, city, and charter audits.
Fiscal responsibility to include capacity and fundraising building for
11 million dollar, 3 campus Title I school system; annual and
long-term strategic planning.
Contracted Professor, Howard University Fall 2009
Professor of graduate courses in the Department of Human Development
and Psychoeducational Studies.
Director of Student Support Services, W. E. Doar, Jr PCS 2006 - 2010

Manage multi-site special education and counseling department. Hire

and manage service providers, IEP process, ELL, Student Support /
Teacher Support Teams and Medicaid programs. Provide therapy to
students with Individual Education Plans, conduct evaluations, and
develop behavioral intervention plans. Hire and supervise clinical
social workers, interns, and special education staff. Developed and
direct clinical internship program. Grant writing.
Founder, The MECCA Group Current
Co-Owner of psychology practice that provides psychological
evaluations, therapy, program development, and training in the
Washington DC Area. Director of Program Development - develop and
manage contracts; write grants.
Professor, Coppin State Unversity 2006-2007
Professor of psychology courses at a Historically Black College (HBC).
Contractor 2005-2006
Director of school-based services. Duties include: 1) program and
contract development and management for school-based psychological
services in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area; 2) conducting
psycho-educational evaluations and psychological counseling.
Clinician, Center for Support Services, Washington D.C. Public Charter
School Dept. 2005-2006
Provide individual and group therapy to students at Washington D.C.
public charter schools.
ASPIRE School Program Director, New Bridge Foundation 1999 - 2005
Director of the site-based services program. Services include:
substance abuse and HIV prevention, education and treatment services,
mental health services, performance arts, and a mentorship project in
Oakland Unified School District schools. Responsibilities include: 1)
fiscal - budget management, contract negotiations, fundraising, grant
writing, and billing; 2) program development - program implementation,
curriculum development, multimedia outreach, web / logo design, and
outcomes studies; 3) work collaboratively with wide ranging school
systems to develop programs specifically tailored to school and
student needs; and 4) staff management - hiring, supervising, and
training clinical staff. Secured $1,200,200.00 program funding.
Utilization Review Coordinator, New Bridge Foundation 2002 - 2005
Responsible for treatment authorization for adult clients in
short-term drug treatment program with many HMO and PPO Insurance
companies. Insure timely billing payment for services rendered.
Consultant, Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) 2001 - 2005
Negotiated contract to develop, coordinate, and provide counseling
services to OUSD students. Responsible for curriculum development,
multimedia outreach, district reports with clinical recommendations,
and student follow-up. Provide family group, individual sessions, and
group therapy. Provide drug and alcohol awareness workshops to
families and school staff on various school campuses.
Cultural Awareness Training Coordinator, Children's Hospital Oakland
(CHO) 1997 -- 1999
Coordinated cultural awareness workshops for CHO at the Alameda Co.
Public Health Dept. Responsible for program and curriculum
development, program implementation, and the CEU accreditation
Crisis Outreach Worker, San Francisco Public Health Department
Provided on-call clinical consultation and completed 5150 assessments
with youth during psychiatric emergencies in San Francisco County.
Social Worker/Therapist, Seneca Center, ITFC Program 1995 - 1996
Worked with severely emotional disturbed (SED) youth in an intensive
treatment foster care program. Conducted individual and foster family
therapy; supervised support counselors; supervised birth family
visits; completed case management duties; and collaborated with
multiple interdisciplinary agencies.
Support Counselor, Seneca Center, Residential and ITFC Programs 1990 -
Clinically worked with SED youth in residential and foster care
settings. Facilitated treatment groups for sexually abused girls;
provided foster families with wrap-around services, crisis
intervention, HIV and drug education and intervention, safety
management, and program development and implementation.
Clinical Internship
Pre-doctoral Intern, Children's Hospital Oakland 1996-1997
Conducted individual and family therapy, support groups, and inpatient
trauma work with clients experiencing a range of psychopathologies and
medical complications. Provided on-call hospital consultations during
psychiatric emergencies, completed suicide assessments, conducted
psycho-diagnostic evaluations and provided clinical recommendations.
Summer Clinical Intern, Alameda Co. Juvenile Hall Guidance Clinic 7/96
- 10/96
Conducted psycho-diagnostic evaluations; submitted placement and
treatment recommendations to the Juvenile Court of Alameda County.
Practicum Intern, Oakland Community Counseling 1995 - 1996
Conducted individual, family, and substance abuse treatment and HIV
prevention counseling groups with low income, multiethnic clients with
a range of psychopathologies.
Practicum Intern, Y-TEAM 1994 -1995
Conducted individual and family therapy with multiethnic youth with a
range of psychopathologies in an inner-city school-based counseling

Practicum Intern, Developmental Disabilities Immersion Program, UCLA

1991 - 1992
Addressed the causative factors of developmental disabilities through
research, course, and fieldwork.
Teaching, Training and Presentations
Counseling in Urban and Diverse Communities Howard University
Administration and Organization of School Counseling Howard University
Adult Counseling Coppin State University
Human Life Span Development
Adolescent Drug and Alcohol Treatment Guidelines MayaTech Corporation
Adolescent Drug Treatment Curriculum Building Alameda County
Behavioral Health Care Systems (BHCS)
Adolescent Chemical Dependency Children's Hospital, Alameda County
BHCS, Merritt College, Oakland USD, Pleasanton USD, SMAAC Youth
Center, Seneca Center
Increasing Cultural Awareness w/ Special Populations Public Health
Department, Alameda BHCS
Psychological Roots of Bullying in Children Merritt College
Psychological Roots of Lying / Deceit in Children Merritt College
Alternative Ways to Discipline Your Child Merritt College
Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder Merritt College
How to Get Your Child Out of Your Bed Merritt College

Behavioral Modification and Counseling Techniques Children's Hospital

Oakland, Seneca Center
Violence Prevention in High Risk Youth John F. Kennedy University
Ancient Africans' Impact on Current Spiritual Beliefs John F. Kennedy
University, Seneca Center
Teaching Assistant for Developmentally Disabled Class Los Angeles
Unified School District
Innovative Adolescent Chemical Dependency Tx. California Alcohol and
Drug Programs
Development of Youth Treatment Guidelines California Alcohol and Drug
Adolescent Chemical Dependency OUSD cable show