Stephen F. Emiley. Ph.D

Dr. Emiley has retired from his practice in Wisconsin effective 6/15/2015. He can be contacted regarding records, case consultation, and court testimony at

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    1974Ph.D., DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois
    Major: Clinical Psychology
    Dissertation: The effects of spatial density and inter-personal attraction on task performance, affective responses, and verbal interaction.
    1971-72Internship in Clinical Psychology, H. Douglas Singer Zone Center, Rockford, Illinois
    1971M.S., DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois
    Major: Clinical Psychology
    Thesis: The roles of counterconditioning and progressive approach in systematic desensitization.
    1969B.S., Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois
    Major: Psychology
Licenses and Certifications
    2001Certificate of Professional Qualification in Psychology (#1143)
    1997Diplomate, American Board of Psychological Specialties, Forensic Psychology (#11099)
    1982Biofeedback Certification Institute of America (#1110)
    1978National Register of Health Care Providers in Psychology (#21354)
    1976Wisconsin Licensed Psychologist (#0576)
    1975Illinois Licensed Psychologist (#72-1805)
    1973Illinois Certified School Psychologist (#971852)
Professional Association
    1997American College of Forensic Examiners
    1997Wisconsin Psychological Association, Division 4, Forensics
    1980Wisconsin Biofeedback Society
    1980Biofeedback Society of America
    1977Wisconsin Psychological Association, Division 1, Clinical/Consulting
    1976Illinois Psychological Association
    1975American Psychological Association
Post-Graduate Clinical Experience
    1994-98Adult, Child & Family Services, Inc. - Grafton Wisconsin
    1990-Independent Practice - Glendale, Wisconsin
    1985-90Homestead Family Therapy Services - Cedarburg, Wisconsin
    1976-85Milwaukee Developmental Center - Shorewood and Cedarburg, Wisconsin (Clinic Director 1981-3)
    1974-76Center for Child and Family Studies - Arlington Heights, Illinois
Post-Graduate Teaching Experience
    1982-88Clinical Assistant Professor, Biofeedback and Behavioral Medicine, Graduate Clinical Psychology Program, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    Instructor, Abnormal Psychology, Individual and Family Therapy, Psychology of Emotionally Disturbed Children, and Thesis Advisor; Graduate Psychology Program, Cardinal Stritch University
    1975-76Instructor, Introduction to Psychology, Child Development, and Adolescent Psychology; William Rainey Harper Community College
    1974-75Instructor, Eco-Systems and Behavior, Statistics, and Introduction to Psychology; DePaul University
Hospital Affiliations
    1990-99Charter Hospital - Northbrooke Campus - Brown Deer, Wisconsin
    1986-St. Mary's Hospital-Ozaukee - Mequon, Wisconsin
    1985-St. Mary's Hospital - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    1981-86DePaul Rehabilitation Hospital - Port Washington, Wisconsin
    1981-86St. Alphonsus Hospital - Port Washington, Wisconsin
    2005Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary International
    1986Wisconsin Mental Health Association "Man of the Year"
    1984Outstanding Individual Development Vice-President, Wisconsin Jaycees
    1983Regional Brownfield Award, Wisconsin Jaycees
    1973Howard V. Phalen Research Fellowship
    1972Delta Epsilon Sigma National Scholastic Honor Society
    1971Pi Gamma Mu National Social Science Honor Society
    1970Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology
    1969Alpha Sigma Nu National Jesuit Honor Society
Workshops, Inservice Training, and Seminars Conducted
    Stress Management and Holistic Health
    Biofeedback and Psychosomatic Disorders
    Parenting and Communication Skills
    Behavior Management Techniques
    Therapy Skills and Treatment Process
    Diagnostic Evaluation
    Child Abuse
    Forensic Evaluation and Expert Witness Testimony
    Abnormal Psychology: Syndromes and Treatment
    Personality Disorders