L. Tien holds a Psy.D. from the University of Denver and an M.A. from Antioch University. She is Core Faculty at Antioch University Seattle's Psy.D. Program and has a private practice. Dr. Tien has published and presented in the area of multicultural counseling, as well as conducted workshops on ethics. She served on the Washington State Psychological Association's Ethics Committee as a member for seven years and as Chair of the committee for three years, on their Ethics Hot Line for five years, and as a member of the Washington State Examining Board of Psychology for two years. Amy Davis received her Bachelor's of Science in Health Psychology from Bastyr University and her Psy.D. from Antioch University Seattle. Her specialized areas of training include Existential/Humanistic psychology, and Child & Family Systems. Her dissertation was a phenomenological exploration of suicide survivorship among lesbians. Dr. Davis currently teaches several psychology courses to undergraduate students and naturopathic doctoral students at Bastyr University. Thomas Arnold is currently completing his doctoral dissertation for the Committee in the Study of Religion at Harvard University. His dissertation looks at Ludwig Wittgenstein and the idea of "experience" in the philosophy of religion. He is also co-editing a book on William James and Josiah Royce. His work in philosophy of religion incorporates interests in ethics, American pragmatism, feminist theology, and cognitive science. He has taught at Harvard, Tufts University, and Stonehill College. G. Andrew H. Benjamin, J.D., Ph.D., ABPP is Director of the Parenting Evaluation Treatment Program (PETP) at the University of Washington. Dr. Benjamin was named "Professional of the Year" by the Washington State Bar Association's Family Law Section. He was elected President of the Washington State Psychological Association and later his colleagues there created an Association award named after him for "outstanding and tireless contributions." He was honored by the Puyallup Indian Nation's Health Authority for serving as a "modern day warrior fighting the mental illnesses, drug-alcohol addictions" of the people served by the Nation's program. He has served as a member and a Chair of the American Psychological Association's Committee on Legal Issues (COLI), and APA's Policy and Planning Board (P&P). He has published 57 peer reviewed articles in Psychology, Law, and Psychiatry journals, many of which addressed ethical issues, and is the author of three books published by APA: Law and Mental Health Professionals (1995,1998); Family Evaluation in Custody Litigation: Reducing Risks of Ethical Infractions and Malpractice (2003); and The Duty to Protect: Ethical, Legal, and Professional Considerations for Mental Health Professionals (2009). He received the Heiser Award from APA in recognition of his record of public service and advocacy in numerous areas of professional activity.
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