Constance M. Romer-Quirin
M.S. Psychologist Ironwood Business Center
39 Iron Hill Road, New Britain, Pa 18901
Master of Science, Psychology, 1980 Villanova University, Villanova, Pa.
CREDENTIALS / MEMBERSHIPS
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, 1972 University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
- Psychologist, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, PS-007042-L
- Certificate in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, 1998, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis, Institute for Applied Behavior Analysis, 1991 Los Angeles, Cal.
- PsyChi, 1979, Villanova University
- American Psychological Association, Pennsylvania Psychological Association, National Association for Dual Diagnosis (NADD)
- EMDR, level 1
CURRENT PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY
Private Practice. Psychologist.
Behavior Health Care (evaluation, consultation and treatment) for individuals across the age span who have problems associated with developmental disabilities or have a dual diagnosis (mental health and developmental disabilities) and their families/ primary care givers.
Consultation to service providers for individuals with developmental disabilities in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. These include county and state agencies, a distinguished New Jersey Medical School, Department of Psychiatry, Division of the Prevention and Treatment of Developmental Disabilities, non profit and for profit residential treatment facilities and work activity centers.
Training to mental health professionals, families and individuals.
Consulting Psychologist. Consultation to human service agencies for behavior evaluation and treatment strategies for individuals with developmental disabilities and dual diagnosis. Functional Analysis. Consultation to human service organizations in the development of company wide quality assurance systems.Therapeutic Supports, a division of Delta Community Supports, Inc. 1034 Mill Creek Drive, Feasterville, Pa. 1993-1996.
Assistant Director. Clinical supervision and operations support for a twenty eight person multidisciplinary consulting practice, program-funded model for community-based, individualized support services including personal caseload. Specializing in persons with severely challenging behaviors who have the problems associated with mental retardation, (mental retardation and mental health disorders) dual diagnosis and pervasive developmental disorders including autism. Seminar coordinator for a yearly seminar series (average of eleven seminars per year) offered to the public. Therapeutic Supports (formerly CORE TEAM)
Co-Editor, Pa. Office of Mental Retardation,Southeastern Region, Positive Approaches Newsletter, 1990-1994.
Independent Consultant. CORE TEAM of Bucks County, 1979-1983.
Psychological Services Associate, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (Pennhurst State School and Cresson State School) 1972-1978