2007 Guest Speakers for Career Day

 

 

 

RESUME (ABRIDGED)

Margaret N. Baker, Ph.D.
1200 Remington Road
Wynnewood, PA 19096
215-896-9651
Fax: 610-994-3826
e-mail: bakerfamster@gmail.com
website: maggiebakerphd.com

EDUCATION:

BA: Boston University, 1964
MA (Psychology): Temple University, 1966
Ph.D. (Child Development and Clinical Evaluation): Bryn Mawr College, 1973


FACULTY APPOINTMENT

Clinical Assistant Professor in Psychology,
Graduate Institute for Psychology, Widener University, West Chester, PA


MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

Philadelphia Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology (President, 1998-1999)
American Psychological Association, Division 39 (Psychoanalytic Psychology)
Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists
Institute for Contemporary Psycholanalysis (Washington, DC)
International Society for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology

CLINICAL WORK:

(1982-Present) Full time private practice with children, adolescents, and adults. Treatment modalities: Individual, Couples, Family and Group Psychotherapy. Specialties: AD/HD, Learning Differences, Diagnostic Testing, and the Psychology of Money.



BIBLIOGRAPHY: ORIGINAL PAPERS:


Baker, M (1978) The Torrance tests of creative thinking and Rorschach inkblot test: Relationships between two

measures of creativity. Perceptual and Motor Skills, Spring.


Baker, M: (1979) Teacher creativity and its effect on student creativity. The Creative Child and Adult Quarterly. Spring..


Baker, M: (1979) Teacher creativity and its relationship to the recognition of student creativity. The Creative Child and Adult Quarterly. Spring..


Baker, M: (1985) Career women and self-concept. International J. Women. Vol 8, No 3.


Baker, H., Baker, M.: (1987) The self psychology of Heinz Kohut: and overview. Am. J. Psychiatry. 144:1-9, January.


Baker, H., Baker, M.: (1988) Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman: Lessons for the
self psychologist. Progress in Self Psychology. Volume 4..


Baker, M.: (1993): A self-psychological approach to group therapy. In H Kaplan and B. Sadock (eds.): Comprehensive Group Psychotherapy. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins.


Baker, M., Baker, H.: (1993) Self psychological contributions to the theory and practice of group psychotherapy. In A. Alonzo and H. Swiller (eds.): Textbook of Group Psychotherapy. Washington: American Psychiatric Press.


Bleiberg, J.,Baker, M.: (2007) Inadvertent Multiple Relationships: A Self Psychological Perspective, provisionally accepted in International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. Lawrence KS: The Analytic Press.


Baker, M.: (2007) Crazy About Money, book manuscript submitted for publication.

LECTURES:


Baker, H., Baker, M.: (1987) The self psychological treatment process: an overview. Presented to the 140th Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Assn., Chicago. This was part of a symposium, "How Does Self Psychology Work? Clinical Applications." organized for the meeting and chaired by the authors.


Baker, H., Baker, M: (1994) CME Course, Self Psychology: Theory and Clinical Practice. American Psychiatric Assn. Annual Meetings, Montreal, Que., May, 1988, & San Francisco, 1989; Philadelphia.


Baker, M.: (1993) The combined use of group and individual psychotherapy: a self-psychological perspective. Presented at the 16th Annual Meeting on the Psychology of the Self. New York.


Baker, H.; Baker, M.: (1994) Constructivist Contributions to Self Psychology. Presented at the 150th Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Assn., Philadelphia, PA.


Baker, H.; Baker, M.: (1994) The driven and the dropped: the impact of ADHD on couples. Workshop given at all day continuing medical education conference—Adolescent and Adult ADD: The Basics and Beyond. Philadelphia, PA, September 30.


Baker, M.: (1994) The phenomenology of AD/HD. Workshop given at all day continuing medical education conference—Adolescent and Adult ADD: The Basics and Beyond. Philadelphia, PA, September 30.


Baker, M., Baker, H: (2004) Integrating EMDR into self-psychologically oriented psychotherapy. Accepted for presentation at the 27th Annual Meeting on the Psychology of the Self, San Diego, CA, November, 2004.


Baker, A, Baker H , Baker, M: (2004) The elite youth athlete: Effects of success and injury on the athlete and their family. Presented at the American Psychiatric Assn. Annual Meeting, New York, NY May.


Baker, M.: (2006) How to identify learning disabilities in adults while in individual psychotherapy. Presented at the 29th Annual Meeting on the Psychology of the Self, Chicago, IL.


Baker, M.: (2007) Money and Emotions I & II. A four hour interactive workshop presented at Main Line School Night, Spring and Fall, 2006, Spring, 2007.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jill Krasner


1980 Graduated BMC (German Major).

Jill Krasner took some pre-med courses at BMC thinking she would like to study medicine.
After graduation Jill lived abroad as au pair in Heidelberg

1985 Post-back, pre-health at U Penn.

1989 Graduated from Temple MD Program.

1995 Graduated as an anesthesiology (TUSM).

Did a fellowship at U of FLorida in Critical Care Medicine.

1996 Temple worked as an attending there x 8 years (anesthesiology, cardiac anesthesiology and ICU).

2004 Jefferson Hospital (anesthesiologist)

Nov 2005 - present Chester County Hospital.

Now doing mostly ICU, with some anesthesiology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Catherine R. Matsen

Education

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

M.S. in Historic Preservation, August 2003

Thesis: The Corbit-Sharp House at Odessa, Delaware: Paint Analysis and Interpretation of Four Interior Rooms

This research addresses the examination and analysis of original interior finishes of four rooms of the Corbit-Sharp House (1774) using cross-section microscopy, PLM, FTIR, GS-MS and SEM-EDS and color matching with a colorimeter. The combined results of these analytical methods form an almost complete picture of the original appearances of the four rooms and the materials used to create the painted decorations. Identification of original finishes is one critical factor in establishing the hierarchies of interior space, and, in the case of William Corbit (1746-1818), revealed the deliberate choice of an expensive finish in an otherwise secondary space.

Advisor: Frank G. Matero

Reader: Dr. Susan L. Buck

Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA

A.B. in Chemistry, May 1997

WORK EXPERIENCE

Associate Scientist                                                                                                    October 2006 – present

Assistant Scientist                                                                                                     August 2003 – October 2006

Conservation Department

Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library, Winterthur, DE

Intern                                                                                                                         June – August 2002

Department of Architectural Research

Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Williamsburg, VA

           Research projects: Shirley Plantation, Charles City, Virginia, paint analysis of interior and exterior paints;

           Stratford Hall, Stratford, Virginia, paint analysis of parlor; Colonial Williamsburg Architectural Fragments

           Collection, paint analysis; Esmont, Albermarle County Virginia, analysis of exterior painted brick; Hickory

           Hill, Hanover County Virginia, paint analysis of kitchen dependency; designed preliminary database template

           for framing schedules and database of architectural terms thesaurus.

Intern                                                                                                                July – August 2001

Architectural Paint Conservation

Drayton Hall, Charleston, SC

Applied cross section paint examination and instrumental analytical analysis as part of historic paint study.
Assessed the condition and causes of paint deterioration through environmental monitoring.
Conducted ultrasonic-mist consolidation test treatments for conservation of painted wood panels on site.

Analytical Laboratory Assistant                                                                               May 2000 – June 2001

Conservation Department

Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library, Winterthur, DE

Performed instrumental analyses of art and architectural objects as requested by curators and conservators
with the instrumental techniques of FTIR, GC-MS, XRF, and SEM-EDS.
Major projects: Craftsman Farms, Gustav Stickley Home, analysis of surfaces finishes with XRF, FTIR, and SEM-EDS; Winterthur Museum, Federal Parlor, analysis of wallpaper with XRF and FTIR.

Research Technician                                                                                                November 1997 – May 2000

Du Pont Pharmaceuticals Company, Wilmington, DE

Carried out multi-step synthesis of compound for drug discovery; scaled up synthesis of drug candidate.

E.I. du Pont de Nemours, Wilmington, DE

Optimized conditions for hydrocyanation technology by studying the effects of reaction conditions
Synthesized and characterized new ligands for homogeneous transition metal catalysts
Performed combinatorial synthesis of luminescent compounds using automated synthesizer.

Laboratory Technician                                                                                                   July – August 1995

Materials and Research Lab, Delaware Department of Transportation, Dover, DE

Performed analytical chemical tests on cement samples by spectrophotometric methods.

ACADEMIC AFFILIATIONS

Adjunct Assistant Professor                                                                                         August 2003 – present

University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation

Courses Taught (Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation)

ARTC672/673 Advanced Analytical Techniques: The application of instrumental methods of analysis to art
conservation. Topics covered: analytical approach, x-ray fluorescence spectroscopy, ultraviolet-visible
spectroscopy laboratory, thin layer chromatography.  Second year conservation science research projects
supervised in ARTC673.

Conservation Science Teaching Assistant                                                               August – May 2003

Graduate Program in Historic Preservation

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Prepared and managed weekly laboratory sessions for introductory and advanced conservation science courses.

Science Assistant                                                                                                August – November 1997

St. Andrew's School, Middletown, DE

Organized student laboratory exercises for chemistry, physics, and biology courses.

Student Researcher                                                                                             September 1996 – May 1997

Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA

Actively worked in research laboratory studying aspects of molybdenum enzyme chemistry.
Executed synthesis and product analysis.
Research Topic: Synthesis and Characterization of a Tris-dithiolene Molybdenum Complex

General Chemistry Teaching Assistant                                                                  September 1996 – May 1997

Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA

Supervised students during weekly general chemistry lab, graded reports, and held weekly office hours.

Intern                                                                                                                June – August 1996

Emerson Center for Scientific Computation

Emory University, Atlanta, GA

Contributed to advisor's research by creating computer programs which calculated structural parameters of molecules. Research Topic: Osmium-Catalyzed Asymmetric Dihydroxylation of Olefins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Madge Rothenberg

 

Madge Rothenberg is Director of Foundation and Corporate Programs at Bryn Mawr College, a position she has held since 1997. She received her B.A. from Bryn Mawr and holds a Ph.D. in biology from the University of Virginia. She did postdoctoral research in the field of plant molecular biology at Cornell University and the University of Pennsylvania before transitioning into the field of college/university advancement in 1993.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aubrey Irene Strohl B.A. (Cum laude)


Education: Bryn Mawr College, Bachelor of Arts, Cum laude

Majors: Biology and Anthropology / Minor: Archaeology..........................................May 2005


Service and Activities: Bryn Mawr College

Best Buddies College Buddy Program, 2003-2005

Customs Person, 2002-2003

H.O.A.P Trip Co-Leader, Spring Break 2003

Work Experience: Science/Health Care Industry

Assistant Research Scientist: LifeCell Corporation..............................................September 2006 to current
Responsibilities include assisting Senior Scientists in planning and executing laboratory experiments. Experience in mechanical testing, histology, differential scanning calorimetry, and various biochemical assays such as GAG.

Quality Control Product Release Specialist: LifeCell Corporation..........................July 2005 to August 2006
Responsible for utilizing GTP in auditing Processing Batch Records, lab results, donor files, production documentation and packaging compliance. Evaluates LifeCell skin products for appropriate disposition to Final Release, rework, or reject. Updates QA, Donor, and Production databases to record product movement.

Recall Coordinator: LifeCell Corporation...........................................................December 2005 to August 2006
Temporary position coordinating recall activities between customers, patients, and LifeCell’s Quality, Customer Service, and Marketing departments. Responsibilities include co-managing recall testing program including patient enrollment, billing, test results, and customer service support. Additional responsibilities: tracking/determining recalled product disposition, and updating recall databases.

Quality Control Laboratory Intern: ImClone Systems Inc.................................... January to August 2004
Responsible for sample handling, and wet chemistry assays. Educated in cGMP.

Supply Clerk: Dr. Fodor, DMD....................................................................... February to August 2001
Responsible for inventory and material control.

Other Work Experience
Student Supervisor: Bryn Mawr College Dining Services................................... September 2001 to May 2005
Responsible for supervising and training student employees.

Field Manager: NJ Public Interest Research Group............................................. May to July 2002
Canvassed North/Central Jersey for Sierra Club and New Jersey PIRG. Wrote press releases and participated in press conferences. Trained new canvassers.

Skills: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, Oracle, Bluehill, Instron, TA Instruments Differential Scanning Calorimetor