Michael D. Angioli CV

Michael D. Angioli CV
Newport Executive & Forensic Consultants Corporation
1101 Dove Street, Suite 165
Newport Beach, CA 92660
(949) 637-0730
Email: nefccorp@gmail.com
Website: newportconsultants.net

CURRICULUM VITAE
Michael D. Angioli, Ph.D., FAACP, ABPP

Board Certified in Clinical Psychology
Fellow-American Academy of Clinical Psychology
Diplomate-American Board of Professional Psychology

 
 
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:
 
 
1979 United States International University
 
1982

Ph.D., Clinical Psychology
San Diego, California

 
1974 San Diego State University
 
1979

M.S., B.A., Counseling and Psychology
San Diego, California

 
 

LICENSURE:

 
 
Current

Licensed Psychologist PSY 9684
Board of Psychology
State of California

 
Current

Licensed Psychologist PSY 621
Board of Psychology
State of Hawaii

 
Current

Marriage and Family Therapist MFT 17681
Board of Behavioral Science Examiners
State of California

 
 

CREDENTIALS:

 
 
Current

Diplomate in Clinical Psychology Cert. #4861
The American Board of Professional Psychology

 
Current

Fellow-American Academy of Clinical Psychology
The American Academy of Clinical Psychology

 
Current

The National Register of Health Service Providers
in Psychology – Reg. #41704

 
Current

Certificate of Proficiency in the Treatment of Alcohol and Other
Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders-Cert #AD001043
APA College of Professional Psychology

 
Life

California Community College Instructor
Credential: Psychology #2433649
California Board of Education

 
 

HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS:

 
 
2001 to
2008
South Coast Medical Center
Department of Psychiatry
Laguna Beach,
California
Courtesy Status
 
 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

 
 
1982 to
Present
Private practice. Adults, families, couples, and adolescent therapy. Inpatient
and outpatient. Psychodiagnostic assessments and consultations.
Provide violence in the workplace and fitness for duty consultations.
 
2008 to
Present
California Institution for Women
California Department of Corrections
Corona, California
Staff Psychologist – part time. Conduct psychological assessments.

 
1985 to
1988
Capistrano by the Sea Hospital
Adolescent Program Clinical Coordinator
Dana Point, California
 
1996 to
1999
Scripps Center International, Inc.
San Diego, California.
Consultant/Trainer. Work with Fortune 500 companies providing
consultation and training to management on programs for prevention
of violence in the workplace. Provide threat assessments and crisis
team management.
 
1993 to
2000
Human Affairs International, Inc.
Employee Assistance Program
Provided short-term assessments and treatment for employees referred
for work related issues, under contract with HAI.
 
1996 to
1997
Senior Psychology Services
San Diego, California
Clinical Psychologist
Provided psychological assessments and consultation services for
geriatric populations in senior retirement communities.
 
 
TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
 
 
1983 to
Present
Alliant International University
Adjunct Professor of Psychology
San Diego, California
Teach graduate courses in Law and Ethics, Cognition and Learning,

Physiological Psychology, Objective Personality Assessment,
Projective Personality Assessment, Advanced Psychodiagnostics, Clinical Practicum.

 
 
2008 to
Present

Chapman University
Adjunct Professor of Psychology
Orange, California
Teach graduate courses in assessment.

 
2000 to
2002

Pepperdine University
Irvine Campus
Adjunct Professor of Psychology
Taught graduate courses on psychological testing and psychopathology.

 
1987 to
1992

University of California, Irvine
Clinical Instructor
Department of Psychiatry
Worked with psychiatric residents on rotation at Capistrano by the Sea
Hospital.

 
1987 to
1992

Fuller Theological Seminary
Graduate School of Psychology
Clinical Assistant Professor
Provided inpatient supervision for clinical psychology interns
on rotation during their one-year assignment at Capistrano by
the Sea Hospital.
Dana Point, California

 
1980 to
1985

San Diego Mesa Community College
San Diego, California
Taught introductory courses on Behavior Modification, Child Psychology,
and Marriage and the Family.

 
 

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:

 
 
1996 to
1998
Vice Chief of Staff/Secretary
Charter Hospital
Mission Viejo, California
 
1998 to
1999

Division of Professional Practice (Division I)

Chair
California Psychological Association

 
1995 to
1996

Ethics Committee
Chair
Orange County Psychological Association

 
1993 to
1994
President

Orange County Psychological Association
Orange County, California

 
 
1993 to
1996
Psychology Committee
Chair
Charter Hospital
Mission Viejo, California

 
1990 to
1991

Editor

The Orange County Psychologist
Orange County Psychological Association
Orange County, California

 
1990 to
1991

Credentials Committee
Chair
Capistrano by the Sea Hospital
Dana Point, California

 
1992 to
1993

Adolescent Program Advisory Committee
Chair
Capistrano by the Sea Hospital
Dana Point, California

 
1989 to
1990

Medical Staff Psychology Committee
Chair
Capistrano by the Sea Hospital
Dana Point, California

 
1984 to
1985

Clinic Coordinator
Cuyamaca Outpatient Clinic
Mental Health Systems, Inc.
Santee, California
Contracted with East San Diego County Mental Health to
provide outpatient psychological services.

 
1981 to
1984

United States International University
Graduate Advisor
School of Human Behavior
San Diego, California

 
 

CLINICAL TRAINING:

 
 
1995 to
1996
Scripps Center International, Inc.

Training in Assessment and Consulting for Violence in the
Workplace.
San Diego, California
 
1985 to
1988
Capistrano by the Sea Hospital

Post-doctoral Internship/Adolescent Program Coordinator
Department of Psychology
Rotations with adult and adolescent psychiatric patients including chemical
dependency and eating disorders. Provided psychological assessments
individual and group therapy. Supervised, coordinated,
and developed programs for inpatient adolescent treatment.
Conducted weekly clinical staffings.
Dana Point, California

 
1989 to
1991
Pediatric Psychology Proctorship
Charter Hospital
Completed Postdoctoral Pediatric proctorship on children’s unit, ages 6 to 12.

Mission Viejo, California
 
1981 to
1985
Mark H. Saipe, Ph.D., & Associates
San Diego, California
Pre- and Post doctoral internship training with adults,

adolescents, couples, and families.

 
1979 to
1980
Kenilworth Associates
Post-Masters MFT internship.
Pacific Beach, California
 
1978 to
1979

Marriage and Family Therapy Internship

East County Gate House
El Cajon, California
Completed Post-Master’s rotation providing interventions with family
and adolescents in crisis.

 
1978 to
1979
San Diego State University
School of Education Counseling Center
Pre-Master’s Internship Rotation

San Diego, California
 
1977 to
1979
Vista Hill Hospital
Psychiatric Mental Health Worker
Chula Vista, California
Worked with inpatient adolescents and adults with psychiatric
and chemical dependency disorders.
 
1978 Southwood Mental Health Center

Psychiatric Mental Health Worker
Chula Vista, California
Worked with psychiatric inpatient adolescents.

 
 

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS:

 
 
American Psychological Association
Member

California Psychological Association
Member

Orange County Psychological Association
Life Member

American Board of Professional Psychological
Diplomate – Clinical Psychology
Member

American Academy of Clinical Psychology
Fellow – Clinical Psychology
Member

 
 

PUBLICATIONS:

 
 

Angioli, M., Skelton, M. (1991, January Edition). Hospital Practice Survey: July 1990.
The Orange County Psychologist, a publication of the Orange County Psychological Assn.

  

Angioli, M. (1997, August). Psychology and the Prescription Issue. The California Psychologist,
Vol. 30, 33-34.

  

Angioli, M. (1997, Fall). Psychology and the Prescription Issue. The American Journal of
Pharmacopsychology. Vol. 1, 11-13.

  

Skelton, M., Angioli, M. (1997, October). Brief, Solution-Focused Adolescent Assessment
And Treatment. The California Psychologist, Vol 30, 26-28.

  

Skelton, M. Angioli, M. (1997, November/December). Brief Solution-Focused Adolescent Assessment and Treatment.
The Orange County Psychologist.
(Reprinted with permission)

  

Angioli, M. (1998, May). Depression and Adolescence. CPA Briefings. California Psychological
Association, Division of Professional Practice. No. 146, 1-4.

  

 
 

PROFESSIONAL PAPERS/PRESENTATIONS:

 
 

Grossman, L., Angioli, M. (1986, August). Substance Abuse Prevention with Adolescent
Inpatients. Paper presented at the American Psychological Assn. Annual Convention,
Washington, D.C.

  

Augsburger, S., Angioli, M., Grossman, L., Steinmeyer, S., and Bohn, S. (1987, March).
Specialized Group Therapy Applications for the Psychiatrically Hospitalized Patient. Paper
Presented at the California State Psychological Assn. San Diego, California.

  

Angioli, M., Skelton, M. (1987, August). Multi-Family Groups with Families of
Psychiatrically Hospitalized Adolescents. Paper presented at the American Psychological
Assn. Annual Convention, New York, New York.

  

Angioli, M., Skelton, M. (1989, August). Hospital-Based Independent Practice for
Psychologists. Paper presented at the American Psychological Assn. Annual Convention,
New Orleans, Louisiana.

  

Skelton, M., Angioli, M., and Dillon, C. (1989, August). The Efficacy of Family Therapy
For Hospitalized Adolescents. Paper presented at the American Psychological Assn. Annual
Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Angioli, M., Skelton, M., and New, N. (1990, March).
Marketing Strategies for the Independent Practice of Psychology. Paper presented at the California Psychological Assn.
Annual Convention, San Francisco, California.

  

Ludwigsen, K., Albright, D., Angioli, M., and Kirschner, N. (1990, August). Hospital Practice
of Psychology: Expanding Opportunities for the 1990’s. Eight hour workshop presented at
the American Psychological Assn. Annual Convention, Boston, Massachusetts.

  

Skelton, M., Angioli, M. (1990, August). Inpatient treatment collaboration between psychologists
Boston, Massachusetts.

  

Angioli, M., Sterman, P., and Mayhugh, S. (1990, August). “Managed Health Care: New
Directions for the practice of psychology. Paper presented at the American Psychological Assn.
Annual Convention, Boston, Massachusetts.

  

Angioli, M., Tau, M. (1990, August). “Computer Use In Independent Practice: Professional,
Clinical and Ethical Issues.” Paper presented at the American Psychological Assn. Annual
Convention, Boston, Massachusetts.

  

Skelton, M., Angioli, M., Sharps, D., Simmons, E. (1991, February). Psychologist/Psychiatrist
Collaboration in Hospital Practice: Legal and Professional Issues. Paper presented at the
California Psychological Assn. Annual Convention, San Diego, California.

  

Faltz, C., Angioli, M., Martin, D., Baser, C., Berger, S. (1991, February). Hospital Practice
Certification Workshop. Continuing Education Certification program in hospital practice for
Psychologists, offered at the California Psychological Assn. Annual Convention, San Diego,
California.

  

Skelton, M., Angioli, M. (1991, August). Psychologists/Psychiatrists Inpatient Treatment
Collaboration. Paper presented at the Capistrano by the Sea Hospital/University of California,
Irvine, College of Medicine, Staff Development Conference, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

  

Angioli, M. Skelton, M. (1991, August). Hospital practice trends for clinical psychologists.
Division 42, Conversation Hour. American Psychological Assn. Annual Convention, San
Francisco, California.

  

Angioli, M., O’Connor, L. (1992, March). School Psychology/Clinical Psychology.
A Collaboration Model for school-based psychological services. Paper presented at the California
Psychological Assn. Annual Convention, La Jolla, California.

  

Skelton, M., Angioli, M. (1992, March). Indications and Contraindications of Inpatient
Adolescent Treatment. Symposium presented as the California Psychological Assn. Annual
Convention, La Jolla, California.

  

Ludwigsen, K., Angioli, M., Newman, R., Rozensky, R., McNamara, K., Cook, T. (1992, March).
Discussion Session: Hospital Practice in Psychology’s Next Century. Division 42 Panel
Discussion. American Psychological Assn. Annual Convention, Washington, D.C.Ludwigsen, K.,

Angioli, M., Berger, S., Morris, J., Sullivan, M. (1993, March). Hospital
Practice: Expanding Opportunities for Psychologists. Symposium presented at the 24th Annual
Mid-Winter Convention: Divisions 29, 42, and 43, of the American Psychological Assn.,
San Diego, California.

  

Skelton, M., Angioli, M. (1993, April). Clinical Strategies for Short-Term Impatient Adolescent
Treatment. Symposium presented at the California Psychological Assn. Annual Convention,
San Francisco, California.

  

Ludwigsen, K., Angioli, M. (1993, August). Hospital Practice for Psychologists: Expanding Roles.

Seven hour Continuing Education Program, presented at the American Psychological Assn.
Annual Convention, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Skelton, M., Angioli, M., Kelly, M., Geisz, T. (1993, September). Inpatient Psychological
Testing: The Evaluation of Intellectual and Personality Functioning. Medical Staff Grand Rounds,
Capistrano by the Sea Hospital, Dana Point, California.

  

Angioli, M. (1994, September). “Adolescence; Are you up for the Challenge?” Community
Lecture series, Charter Hospital, Mission Viejo, California.

  

Angioli, M. (1994, January). Clinical Interviewing Techniques: Psychodiagnostic procedures
for the evaluation of psychiatric patients. Continuing Education Seminar presented to the
clinical psychology interns, at Capistrano by the Sea Hospital, Dana Point, California.

  

Angioli, M. (1994, February). Clinical Evaluation Procedures: Interviewing procedures for
obtaining psychiatric histories, mental status examinations, and psychological report
writing. Graduate Seminar presented to doctoral candidates in clinical psychology at the
California School of Professional Psychology, Alhambra, California.

  

Ludwigsen, K., Angioli, M. (1994, August). Hospital Practice for Psychologists: Expanding
Roles. Seven hour Continuing Education Workshop presented at the American Psychological
Assn. Annual Convention, Los Angeles, California.

  

Skelton, M., Angioli, M. (1994, August). Balancing an Inpatient-Outpatient Private Practice
In the 1990’s. Conversation Hour presented for Division 42 at the American Psychological
Assn. Annual Convention, Los Angeles, California.

  

Angioli, M. (1994, December). Clinical Charting on Partial Day Hospital Patients.
Conceptualization of diagnostic categories and documentation
. Inservice presented to the
Hospital nursing staff at Charter Hospital, Mission Viejo, California.

  

Lechuga, D., Berger, S., Angioli, M., Thrash, J. (1995, February). “Psychologists in Medical-
Administrative Roles Within Psychiatric Hospitals. Panel presentation offered atht eh Annual
California Psychological Assn. Convention, La Jolla, California.

  

Golub, M., Angioli, M., Skelton, M., Drozd, L., Webster, B., Berger, S., Feldman, S., Haley, M.
(1995, September). “Crisis in Psychology – Psychology Under Attack.” Town Meeting sponsored
by the Orange County Psychological Assn. at Charter Hospital, Mission Viejo, California.Angioli, M. (1995, October).
Clinical Assessment and Diagnostic Interviewing with the DSM IV:
Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment Planning. Graduate seminar presented to doctoral
Psychological interns at the Institute for Multicultural Counseling and Education Services, Inc.,
Los Angeles, California.

  

Angioli, M. (1995, December). Practice Management and Managed Care Issues: The
Industrialization of Mental Health Services; Hospital practice issues facing clinical psychology:
Documentation of services/treatment planning. Professional seminar presented to the faculty
of American Commonwealth University, San Diego, California.

  

Skelton, M., Angioli, M. (1996, March). Brief Solution-Focused Adolescent Treatment. Paper
Presented at the California Psychological Assn. Convention, San Diego, California.

  

Skelton, M., Angioli, M. (1996, March). Brief, Solution-Focused Inpatient/Outpatient
Adolescent Treatment. Paper presented at the 27th Annual Mid-Winter Convention; Divisions 29,
42, and 43, of the American Psychological Assn., Scottsdale, Arizona.

  

Angioli, M., Skelton, M. (1996, October). Brief individual and family adolescent treatment.
Pre-Convention Workshop presented at the Hawaii Psychological Assn. annual convention,
Honolulu, Hawaii.

  

Angioli, M. (1997, January). The High Achieving Child and “Type A” Factors. Community
Inservice presented to the Saddleback School District at Charter Hospital, Mission Viejo,
California.

  

Angioli, M., Dudder-Goldstein, P. (1997, April). Medical Necessity-What It Is-What-It-Is-Not.
Seminar presented at the California Psychological Assn., Annual Convention, San Jose,
California.

  

Angioli, M., Martin, D. (1997, April). Clinical Aspects of Hospital Practice. Seminar presented
at the California Psychological Assn., Annual Convention, San Jose, California.

  

Skelton, M., Angioli, M., Geisz, T. (1997, August). Brief solution-focused adolescent
Assessment and treatment. Division of Psychotherapy (Div. 29) conversation hour presented
at the American Psychological Assn. Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois.

  

Faltz, C., Angioli, M., DeLeon, P., Sullivan, M., Sexton, J., Scavio, M., London, C. (1998,
March). Psychopharmacology in Psychological Practice. Discussion panel presented at the
51st California Psychological Assn. Convention, Pasadena, California.

  

Angioli, M., Dudder-Goldstein, P. (1998, March). Medical Necessity-What It Is, What It Is
Not – A Clinical Perspective. Presentation offered at the 51st California Psychological Assn.
Convention, Pasadena, California.

  

Angioli, M., Skelton, M., Geisz, T. (1998, June). “Do You Know What Your Adolescent Will
Be Doing This Summer? Effective Parenting Techniques.” Community Seminars, Capistrano
by the Sea Hospital, Dana Point, California.Angioli, M., Skelton, M. (1998, July).
Brief, Solution-Focused Adolescent Assessment and
Treatment. Seminar presented at the second annual Orange County Psychological Assn,
Conference on Child and Adolescent Treatment, Laguna Hills, California.

  

Angioli, M., Lechuga, D., Higuchi, S., Martin, D., Gambee, P., Faltz, C. (1999, March).
Professional Practice Issues: 2000 and Beyond. Panel discussion offered at the California
Psychological Assn. Annual Convention, San Diego, California.

  

Angioli, M. (1999, October). The Comprehensive Exner System-Scoring and Interpreting of
the Rorschach with Children and Adolescents. Clinical Staff Inservice provided to Western
Youth Services, Anaheim, California.

  

Angioli, M. (1999, December). Professional Psychology in the next Millennium. Inservice
offered at Kaiser Permanente for the clinical psychology interns, Santa Ana, California.

  

Angioli, M. (2000, April). Personality Assessment with the Rorschach. Inservice offered at
Kaiser Permanente, Santa Ana, California.

  

Angioli, M. (2000, May). Managing complex family cases; Multiple Family Therapy Strategies
and Dynamics. Clinical Staff inservice offered to Orange County Western Youth Services,
Anaheim, California.

  

Angioli, M., Ludwigsen, K. (2000, July). Hospital Practice Training Workshop: Becoming
An Attending Psychologist. Eight hours. MCEP approved. Atascadero State Hospital,
Atascadero, California.

  

Skelton, M., Angioli, M. (2000, July). Brief and Intermediate Solution-Focused Adolescent
Assessment and Treatment. Seminar presented at the 3rd Annual Conference on the Child and
Adolescent. Orange County Psychological Assn., Orange, California.

  

Angioli, M. (2000, October). Developing a Professional Practice in Psychology. Inservice offered
to the clinical psychology interns at Kaiser Permanente, Santa Ana, California.

  

Angioli, M. (2001, February). Use of the MACI and the MMPI-A in Personality Assessment.
Inservice offered to the psychology staff at the County of Orange Health Care Agency, Santa Ana,
California.

  

Angioli, M., Skelton, M. (2001, March). Assessing and Treating Adolescents. Presentation offered
at the California Psychological Assn. Annual meeting, Costa Mesa, California.

  

Skelton, M., Angioli, M. (2001, August). Adolescent Assessment and Treatment in Independent
Practice. Division of Independent Practice (Div. 42) Symposium, presented at the American
Psychological Assn. Annual meeting, San Francisco, California.Lechuga, D.,
Wilson, S., Berger, S., Flora-Tostdo, J., Angioli, M. (2001, September).
Symposium presented on Enhancement of Professional Expertise via Subspecialty Training
(Lechuga), Update on the Rorschach Technique (Wilson), Test Interpretation Conflicts
Within Forensic Psychology and Neuropsychology cases (Berger), Supervision Issues with
Interns and Trainees (Flora-Tostado), and Application of the MMPI-2/A and MCMI-III/MACI
For Differential Diagnosis and Treatment Planning (Angioli). Presented at Chapman Universities
First Annual Professional Practice Symposium of the Orange County Psychological Assn.,
Orange, California.

  

Angioli, M. (2001, October). Developing a Professional Practice in Psychology. Inservice
Offered to the clinical psychology interns at Kasier Permanente, Santa Ana, California.

  

Angioli, M. (2002, March). Assessing Children and Adolescents. The Use of the Rorschach,
MMPI-A, and MACI. Seminar presented to the Orange County Department of Mental Health,
Santa Ana, California.

  

Angioli, M. (2002, September). Current Issues of Professional Psychology. Inservice offered
To the clinical psychology interns at Kasier Permanente, Santa Ana, California.

  

Angioli, M. (2003, February). Seclusion and Restraint Firsthand: The Experiences of
Mental Health Clients. Chair Senator Wesley Chesbro. Provided expert testimony for the
California Psychological Association, to the State Senate Select Committee on Development
Disabilities and Mental Health. Provided recommendations regarding supervision of nursing
Staff and concerns related to procedures associated with seclusion and restraint of hospitalized
psychiatric patients. State Capitol Building, Senate Chambers, Sacramento, California.

  

Angioli, M. (2003, April). Administrative and Interpretation of the MMPI-2. Inservice offered
to the clinical psychology interns at Kasier Permanente, Santa Ana, California.

  

Angioli, M. (2005, March). Professional Practice Issues in Psychology. Inservice offered to
the clinical psychology interns at the Community Care Health Center, Huntington Beach,
California.

  

 
 

DIRECTED RESEARCH:

 
 

Duprez, C., Lawson, G., Angioli, M., Derrick, J. Levels of Depression and Self-Esteem in
Adult Children of Alcoholics and Adult Children of Non-Alcoholics. Doctoral Dissertation.
United States International University, San Diego, California, 1987.

  

Gehr, P., Freeland, D., Angioli, M., Kobayashi, S. Guided Imagery as a Treatment
Intervention for Depression. Doctoral Dissertation. United States International University,
San Diego, California, 1988.

  

Wilson, D., Lawson, G. Angioli, M., Kramer, S. An Exploration of Family Reactions to Video
Feedback and Family Art Therapy. Doctoral Dissertation. United States International University,
San Diego, California, 1988.

  

Brisco, J., Freeland, D., Angioli, M., Brown, F. Guided Imagery to effect Depression and
Self-Esteem in Hospitalized Adolescents. Doctoral Dissertation. United States International
University, San Diego, California, 1990.Skelton, M., Madero, J., Angioli, M., Grossman, L.
Thought Disorder on the WAIS-R Relative
To the Rorschach: Assessing Identity Disordered Adolescents. Doctoral Dissertation. United
States International University, San Diego, California, 1990.

  

Geisz, T., Madero, J., Angioli, M., Grossman, L. Assessing Thought Disorder in Identity
Disordered Adolescents: Comparison of WISC-R and Rorschach Performances. Doctoral
Dissertation. United States International University, San Diego, California, 1990.

  

Walsh, D, Madero, J., Dornan, C., Angioli, M. The Prediction of Violent Behavior. Doctoral
Dissertation. United States International University, San Diego, California, 2000.

 
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