David H. Ebaugh, M.A.,M.A.S.,L.C.P.C.,C.C.D.C.,CEAP
Office: 904 A Washington Road Office: 6 Park Center Ct., Suite 103
Westminster, Maryland 21157 Owings Mills, Maryland 21117
410/356-3344, Ext. 101 - Phone 410/356-3344, Ext. 101- Phone 410/356-4459 – Fax 410/356-4459 – Fax
E-Mail: DEbaugh@nperspectives.com 410/409-8558 - Cell Phone
Web Site: http://www.davidebaugh.name/
WORK EXPERIENCE, SKILLS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
NEW PERSPECTIVES - A COUNSELING AND CONSULTING GROUP
Outpatient Private Practice, provide individual and group counseling for adults and adolescents where the primary treatment focus is on marital problems, depression, anxiety, substance abuse/compulsive behaviors, ACOA issues, bipolar disorder, personality disorder and post traumatic stress disorder. Market the practice in the Westminster and Owings Mills Communities. EAP affiliate services provided to all major EAP Networks. 4/90 to present.
CIRCUIT COURT OF CARROLL COUNTY
Court Appointed Domestic MEDIATOR, provide mediation services focusing on child custody and visitation in divorce cases, often where substance abuse is a complicating factor, Oct. ’99 to present.
Court Appointed Parent Coordinator, provide education, mediation and arbitration services to divorced couples who continue their unresolved high conflicts while jeopardizing the well being of their children. July 2008 to present.
(4)UNITED BEHAVIORAL HEALTH, (3)MCC BEHAVIORAL CARE INC.
(1)CENTER FOR HUMAN RESOURCES (Sold to) (2)VALUE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
EAP Corporate Consultant, provided information, assessment, referral and short term counseling, (available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week) to a diverse work force including management, employees, and family members. Delivered supervisor training related to the drug free work place, mediated the union interest, compiled statistical cost benefit reports. Maintained average penetration rate of 9-12 percent. Most frequently addressed problems were: 1) family/marital, 2) job-personal stress, 3) alcohol/drug abuse. Onsite EAP services provided for Raytheon Corporation (formerly AlliedSignal), Towson, 8/85 to 6/2000.
FRANKLIN SQUIRE AT WHITE MARSH
Adolescent Substance Abuse Counselor, provided group therapy for recovering adolescents two evenings per week. Completed intake and assessments PRN. 5/89 to 3/92.
Employee Assistance Program Counselor/Coordinator, provided same EAP services as above for a different company. 2/89 to 12/90.
SCHLOTTMAN & ASSOCIATES
Outpatient Private Practice which specialized in the treatment of Chemical Dependency. Provided intake, assessment, group and individual counseling, marketing activities. 12/88 to 4/90.
HOMEWOOD HOSPITAL/WYMAN PARK RECOVERY CENTER
Addiction therapist, provided intake, assessment, and group-individual therapy for a caseload of 30-35 outpatient alcoholics and/or drug abusers. 2/88 to 5/89.
THE SHEPPARD AND ENOCH PRATT HOSPITAL
Comprehensive Drug Abuse Program
Substance Abuse Counselor/Coordinator, managed caseload of 30-35 outpatients where enforcement of program structure combined with individual and group counseling were essential to the recovery of the substance abuser (alcohol and narcotics).
Coordinated the Vocational Adjustment and Placement Service. Conceived, planned and successfully managed 16-week revolving program--Career/life Planning and Job Search Skills. 5/82--4/86.
MAYOR'S OFFICE OF MANPOWER RESOURCES.
Promoted to Program developer, (2 2/3 yrs.) Managed and led the program development process for 15 new manpower and training programs representing 5 million dollars. 9/79-1/82 (Reagan RIF).
Promoted to Administrator, urban experimental school unit (2yrs.).
Designed and implemented work study unit for returning school dropouts. Disciplined students, supervised staff, prepared reports and monitored budget spending. 9/77-9/79.
Counselor/trainer, (1 1/3 yrs.) Maintained 50-75% placement quota for hard to place clients needing work experience and job search skills. 4/76-9/77.
MANNA HOUSE, INC.
Group Home Manager, with wife, organized and operated all aspects of group home for up to 8 diagnosed emotionally disturbed adolescent girls. 1/75-4/76.
MARYLAND JOB CORPS
Counselor/In-service Trainer, Responsible for facilitating personal adjustment of corpsmen to vocational training in a group living setting. Designed and delivered in-service training for
residential advisors. 4/74-1/75.
TAYLOR MANOR HOSPITAL
Adolescent Counselor/Medical Assistant, Designed treatment plans, supervised adolescents, and addressed family problems related to treatment of the adolescent. 5/73-4/74.
EDGEMEADE OF OHIO
Resident Therapist, provided individual and group therapy for diagnosed emotionally disturbed adolescent boys. 8/71-5/73.
EDUCATION and CONTINUING ED HIGHLIGHTS
•Parent Coordination Training (26 Hours), Joan B. Kelly, Ph.D., March 2004 & Dec. 2007. •Collaborative Law, Basic Training (16 Hours), Rita Pollack & Doug Reynolds, Oct. 2007. •Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples (24 Hrs), Douglas Tilley, LCSW-C, April 2005. •Marital Property Mediation (20 Hours), Carl D. Schneider, Ph.D., February 2004. •Practitioners’ Institute – Practicing the Transformative Framework (30 Hours), Louise Phipps Senft, Spring 2003. •Assuring Mediator Quality: What are the Alternatives? (14.75 hours), Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation, December 2002. •Advanced Domestic Mediation within the Transformative Framework, (Child Access 20 hours), Baltimore Mediation Center, Louise Phipps Senft, June 1999. •Mediation and Conflict Resolution (Basic 40 hours), Baltimore Mediation Center, Louise Phipps Senft, September, 1995 (20 Hours) and July 1996 (20 hours). •Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (16 hrs.), University of Maryland at Baltimore, Jan. 1994. •Summer School of Alcoholism Studies, (80 Hrs), Rutgers University, June 14 - 26, 1992.
Johns Hopkins University, Master of Administrative Science, Management Concentration, May 1983.
University System of Georgia/West Georgia College, Master of Arts, Psychology, 1975.
University of Maryland, College Park, Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, 1970.
PROFESSIONAL LICENSE, CERTIFICATIONS, MEMBERSHIPS AND AWARDS
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, St. of MD. #LC 0084, Jan.1999. Renews 12/31/2015
Certified Professional Counselor, St. of MD. #0894. May 1990. (LCPC supersedes CPC).
Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor, St. of MD. #0686. July1992. Renews 1/2015.
Certified Alcoholism Counselor, St. of MD. Jan. 1990. (CCDC supersedes CAC).
Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP). May 1988. Renews 6/2016.
Social Work Associate Certificate, State of Maryland. #A00863. Oct. 1977. Renewed to 5/99
Vice President, Chesapeake Chapter - The Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Inc. August 1993 – August 1995.
"Collaborative Dispute Resolution, Taking a different path", LCPC Lunch & Learn 10/2009
“Stress Management, Layoffs and Workplace Violence”, Raytheon 1/99, 12/99.
"Stress Management Before & After Downsizing", AlliedSignal, Com.Div. 4/94, 6/96, 11/97.
"Guilt, Recognizing and Managing It", Westminster Church of the Brethren, 10/94.
"An Adolescent Perspective of The Disease Model of Addictions", Manchester High School PTA, Manchester, Maryland; 3/93.
"The Mind-Body-Spirit Connection Using the 12 Steps", Rodgers Forge United Methodist Church, Towson, Maryland; 3/93.
"Maintaining a Drug Free Work Place in a Live Natural Gas Environment - Supervisor Training", RIGGS DISTLER & CO., INC., Dundalk, Maryland; 12/91 and 3/96.
"EAP History, Design, Supervisor Training & Cost Benefits",
University of Baltimore, Organizational Behavior Course, Dec.'90,& March '92.
"The Drug Free Work Place - Awareness & Identification, Supervisor Training", (Presented to 3 separate groups) MEMTEC AMERICA CORPORATION, Baltimore, Maryland, 5/90.
"The Drug Free Work Place Act - Implications for Managers and Directors", (Presented to 8 separate groups) ALLIEDSIGNAL CORPORATION, Towson, Maryland & McLean, Virginia,
Provided Upon Request.