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Raymond Hawkins
Raymond Hawkins, PhD
Doctoral Faculty - School of Psychology
Austin, TX

rhawkins@fielding.edu

PhD, Clinical Psychology
University of Pennsylvania (APA Approved), 1975
 

Areas of Instruction:

  • Theories of Personality
  • Psychopathology
  • Psychotherapy Process and Research
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy
  • Developmental Bases of Behavior
 

Scholarly & Professional Interests:

  • Psychotherapy Treatment- general
  • Practice Research Networks
  • Outcome Effectiveness Evaluation
  • Neurocognitive Markers
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions
  • Addictive Behaviors- relationship to family of origin and psychological variables
 

Professional Memberships:

  • Academy of Clinical Psychology (Fellow)
  • American Psychological Association (12, 29, 36, 38)
  • Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy
  • Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback
  • Association for Psychological Type
  • Capital Area Psychological Association
  • National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology
  • Society for Behavioral Medicine
  • Society for Psychotherapy Research
  • Society for Research in Child Development
  • Texas Psychological Association
 

Honors and Awards:

  • 1999: Diplomate, American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP)
  • 1999: Fellow, Academy of Clinical Psychology
  • 1994: Honorable Mention for Teaching Excellence Award, Graduate School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Austin
  • 1993: Diplomate, The American Academy of Psychologists Treating Addiction (inactive)
  • 1991: Certified Chemical Dependency Specialist, Texas (inactive)
  • 1982: Top 10% of Faculty, College of Liberal Arts, "Best Teacher" nominations by graduating seniors, The University of Texas at Austin
  • 1978: Honorable Mention (Finalist), Golden Apple Teaching Excellence Award, College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin
  • 1978: Psi Chi Award for Teaching Excellence in Psychology, The University of Texas at Austin
  • 1972-1974: NIMH Traineeship in Experimental Psychopathology, University of Pennsylvania
  • 1972: NIMH Summer Fellowship, Institute of Neurological Sciences, University of Pennsylvania
  • 1970-1971: NSF Traineeship in Psychology, University of Pennsylvania
 

Publications:

  • Hawkins, C. A., Smith, M. L., Hawkins, R. C. II, & Grant, D. (2005). The relationship between hours employed, perceived work interference, and grades reported by social work undergraduate students. Journal of Social Work Education, 41, 13-27.
  • Warren, K., Hawkins, R. C. II, & Sprott, J. C. (2003). Substance abuse as a dynamical disease: Evidence and clinical implications of nonlinearity in a time series of daily alcohol consumption. Addictive Behaviors, 28, 369-374.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II. (Guest Editor). (2002). Behavior therapy and the training clinic: Can science be integrated with practice and community service? [Special issue]. The Behavior Therapist, 25(5-6), 97-98.
  • Warren, K., & Hawkins, R. C. II. (2002). Multiscale nonlinearity in a time services of weekly alcohol intake. Psychological Reports, 90, 957-967.
  • Warren, K., Sprott, J. C., & Hawkins, R. C. II, (2002). The spirit is willing: Nonlinearity, bifurcations, and mental control. Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences, 6(1), 55-70.
 

Presentations:

  •  Hawkins, R.C., II, & Lopez, M. (2006, November). Clinic practice research networks complement laboratory RCTs to facilitate graduate training and research. Presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy convention. Chicago, IL.
  • Hawkins, R.C. II (2006, August). Mapping person and event-related biopsychosocial rhythms for research and clinical practice. Paper presented at the Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and the Life Sciences convention. Baltimore, MD.
  • Hawkins R.C. II, Spriggs, M., Lee, H., & Lopez, M. (2006, August). Can the MMPI-2 content scales predict CBT outcomes for anxiety disorders. Presented at the American Psychological Association convention. New Orleans, LA.
  • Hawkins, R.C. II, Spriggs, M., Lee, H., & Lopez, M. (2005, November). Can the MMPI-2 predict outcomes for cognitive-behavioral treatments for anxiety disorders? Poster session presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II, Krones, P., & Mosko, O. (2005, July). Same destination, parallel tracks: Comparing recent MBTI and NEO-PI studies. Paper presented at the XVI Biennial International Conference of the Association for Psychological Type, Portland, OR.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II. (2005, May). Sanity or psychopathology emerging within a relational field: Insights from Jungian theory, type development, and cognitive science. Lecture presented at the Austin chapter of the Institute for Noetic Sciences and the Jung Society, Austin, TX.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II. (2004, November). Psychological clinics as practice research network: A comparison of the OQ 45 with CBT outcome measures. Paper presented at the convention of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New Orleans, LA.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II. (2004, July). Spiritual practices for type development. In Type and spirituality. Symposium conducted at APT XV (Association for Psychological Type, Biennial Convention), Toronto, Canada.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II, & Lopez, M. A. (2004, July). Treatment effectiveness in the training clinic: A preliminary outcomes study. Paper presented at the convention of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.
  • Warren, K., Bickel, K., & Hawkins, R. C. II. (2003). The chicken or the egg: Testing cognitive theory of anxiety maintenance using a single-subject design. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Society for Social Work Research, Washington, DC.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II. (2003, November). Moderator and Panelist, Training clinic databases and practice research networks: Development, implementation, and preliminary findings. Presentedat the annual convention of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Boston, MA.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II, & Bugen, L. (2003, February). Archetypes of love and renewal: Finding the light in the darkness. Lecture presented at the Jung Society of Austin, TX.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II. (2003, February). Psychology clinic databases and practice research networks. Lecture presented at the University of Texas Clinical Psychology Program, Brown Bag Colloquium, Austin, TX.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II. (2002, November). Moderator and Panelist, Psychological training clinics: Bridging training, research, and community. Presented at the annual convention of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Reno, NV.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II. (2002, October). Spiritual growth through reconciliation of opposites. Lecture presented at Seton Cove, Austin, TX.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II. (2002, September). Spiritually sensitive counseling. Workshop presented at the New Life Institute, Austin, TX.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II. (2001, August). Moderator, Panel discussion, Witmer's Psychological Clinic, version 2001: Bridging science, practice, and community. Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Directors of Psychological Training Clinics (ADPTC), San Francisco, CA.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II. (2001, June). Type in mental health. In Type and healthcare. Symposium conducted at APT XIV (Association for Psychological Type Biennial Convention), Minneapolis, MN.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II. (2001, April). Ethics and managed care. Lecture presented at Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest, Austin, TX.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II, Grant, R., & Eddy, M. (2001, April). The healing matrix: Advanced applications of type and temperament in brief Jungian psychotherapy. Workshop presented at the Jung Society of Austin, TX.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II, Grant, R., & Eddy, M. (2000, November). Applying psychological type in psychotherapy and personal growth. Workshop presented at the Jung Society of Austin, TX.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II. (2000, October). A festival of fools on Friday the 13th: Superstitions, synchronicity, and simpletons as symbols of the unconscious. Lecture presented at the Jung Society of Austin, TX.
  • Hawkins, R. C. II. (2000, March). Using the MBTI and SSQ in family counseling with teenagers with Attention Deficit Disorder. Paper presented at CAPT Fourth Biennial Education Conference, Gainesville, FL.
 

Professional Experience:

  • Doctoral Faculty, School of Psychology, Fielding Graduate University.
 

Other Professional Activities:

  • 2004-present: Board Member, Scientific Anomalies Institute, Austin, TX.
  • 2004-present: Clinical Psychologist and Practicum Director (part time), New Life Institute, Austin, TX.
  • 1998-present: Adjunct Professor, Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest, Austin, TX.
  • 1998-present: Lecturer and Clinical Adjunct Faculty Supervisor, Psychology Department, The University of Texas at Austin.
  • 1996-present: Board Member, Institute for Neuroscience & Consciousness Studies, Austin, TX.
  • 1994-present: Editorial Review Board, Journal of Psychological Type.
  • 2000-2005: Board Member, Jung Society of Austin, TX.
  • 2002-2003: Clinical Supervisor, La Que Sabe Eating Disorders Clinic, Austin, TX.
 
 
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