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Margaret A. Bailey, Ph.D
Heritage Village Offices
Ste. 107E
51 East Campbell Avenue
Campbell, CA  95008

408.358.4090

  Credentials  

EDUCATION

Ph.D., The Wright Institute of Clinical Psychology, Berkeley, CA, November, 1994.

M.A. in Clinical Psychology, May, 1993

M.S.S.A. Degree, Case Western Reserve University, School of Applied Social Sciences, Cleveland, OH., January, 1980.

B.A.S.W. Degree, Ohio University, College of Arts and Sciences, Athens, OH., June, 1974.

EXPERIENCE

Private Practice, Individual (adult and adolescents), family and couple therapy. General practice working with affective disorders, anxiety disorders, stress, couple and family conflict, chemical dependency, eating disorders, Los Gatos, CA 10/88 to present.

Board Member, Northern California American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, elected position, 1992 to 1999. Board Secretary 2000 to December 2002.

Visiting Instructor, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Legal and Ethical Issues for Ph.D. program students. Spring, 2000 and Winter 2001 quarters

Eastfield Ming Quong, Family Clinic, Campbell, CA Child and Adult individual therapy, depression, abuse, personality disorders, marital, and family. 11/88 to 9/90

Woodside Women's Hospital, Redwood City, CA Coordinator Family Services Program, Administrative and clinical supervision of family services staff, family and group therapy. 1/89 to 1/90.

Private Practice, North Olmsted, Ohio. Individual, group, and family therapy, Depression, Abuse, eating disorders, dissociative disorders, family and marital issues. 4/84 to 9/88

Senior Clinical Instructor, Case Western Reserve University, School of Medicine. Taught behavioral science program to Family Practice resident physicians including individual and family therapy. Depression, psychosomatic illnesses, eating disorders, abuse, marital, and family issues. Cleveland, Ohio, 5/85 to 9/88.

Advisory Board Member, Center for Women's Health, Saint Joseph Hospital, Lorain, Ohio. 6/87 to 7/88.

Volunteer, Bellflower Center for Prevention of Child abuse, Co-facilitator for group for adults abused as children. 12/87 to 8/88.

Primary Therapist/Family Therapist, Eating Disorders Center, Saint Vincent Charity Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio. Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia. Department of Psychiatry inpatient and outpatient. 6/84 to 5/85.

Clinical Supervisor/Family Therapist, Children's Hospital Medical Center, Akron, Ohio. Adolescent and Psychiatry Units. 1/80 to 6/84.

Caseworker, Marycrest School, Independence, Ohio. 5/76 to 9/79.

INTERNSHIP/FIELD WORK EXPERIENCE

Post Doctoral Internship: Neuropsychological testing. Dr. Robert Perez, Supervisor, San Jose, CA, 4/95 to 5/97.

Pre Doctoral Internship: San Mateo Central County Mental Health, San Mateo, CA 9/93 to 8/94. Adult Services. Serving the severely mentally ill population.

Graduate School: Kaiser Permanente Department of Psychiatry, Pleasanton, CA 9/91 to 5/92. Brief Strategic Family Therapy Model.

Graduate School: Cleveland Metropolitan Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio. 9/78 to 12/79. Departments of Pediatric Neurology and Family Medicine.

Undergraduate School: Gallia County Children's Services, Gallipolis, Ohio. 9/73 to 5/74.

ADDITIONAL EDUCATION

Northern Ohio Family Institute, Certificate in Family Therapy, 120 hours, May, 1982.

Toledo Area Family Institute, Certificate in Family Therapy, 125 hours, May, 1986.

Private Family Therapy Consultation, 60 hours, 1980-1984.

Structural Family Therapy Supervision, 240 hours. Stephen Greenstein, Ph.D., 1984-1988.

"Youth, Drugs, and the Community Response," 39 hours. Chemical Dependency Training Workshop", October, 1983.

Case Consultation on Self Psychology and Masterson approach to Personality Disorders, 1994 2000.

Psychoanalytic group Training , Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California, 1.5 hours per week, September 2000 to December, 2006.

Psychoanalytic case consultation: 2003 to present.

Case Conference with Judith Mitrani, Ph.D., Training and Supervising Analyst at the Psychoanalytic Center of California, The Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies, June, 2003, and March, 2004, 6 hours.

Eating Disorder Psychoanalytic Consultation Group, December, 2006 to present, .

CONFERENCES

Family Therapy Conference with Carl Whitaker, Cleveland, Ohio. 6 hours.

"The Structural/Strategic Family Treatment of Drug and Alcohol Abusers," Cincinnati, Ohio. Duncan Stanton, 5 hours.

Regional Eating Disorder Conference, Columbus, Ohio, 12 hours.

3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th International Conferences in Multiple Personality and Dissociative States, Chicago, Illinois. 96 hours. Watkins, M.A. and Watkins, Ph.D. 14 hours, 1986-1989.

1st, 2nd, and 3rd Regional Conferences in Multiple Personality and Dissociative States, Akron, Ohio, 36 hours, 1986-1988.

Family in Family Medicine, Amelia Island, Florida, 19 hours.

Regional Society for Teachers in Family Medicine, Buffalo, New York. 6 hours.

Strategic Family Therapy Conference, Jay Haley, Cleveland, Ohio. 6.5 hours.

"Expanding Dimensions of Psychotherapy,” San Francisco, CA 21 hours.

Multiple Personality and Hypnosis Consultation Group, Comstock, Ph.D., 120 hours.

Hypnosis Consultation, Scott, Ph.D., Pittsburg, P.A., 6 hours.

The American Society of Clinical Hypnosis conference, San Diego, CA, Watkins, M.A. and Watkins, Ph.D. 21 hours, December 1988.

The Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, Tucson, Arizona, Fromm, Ph.D. and Brown, Ph.D., 14 hours. Baker, Ph.D. and Diamond, Ph.D., 7 hours, October, 1990.

Multiple Personality Disorder: Current Treatment Approaches. San Francisco, CA, Cory Hammond, Ph.D., and Roberta Saks, Ph.D., 11 hours, June, 1991.

Family Rituals, Family Secrets, Santa Cruz, CA 10/91, Evan Imber Black, Ph.D., 11 hours.

What is said and What is Heard, Petaluma, CA 10/92, SallyAnn Roth, LICSW, 11 hours.

Warrior or Saint, the Male Dilemma, San Rafael, CA 1/93, Robert Pasick, Ph.D., 6 hours.

Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Universal City, CA 4/93 Insoo Kim Berg, MSSW, 11 hours.

Severe Personality Disorders; Effective Psychotherapeutic Strategies, Cutting Edge Conference, 0. Kernberg, M.D., S. Lang, M.D., S. Linehan, Ph.D. Ph.D., San Diego, CA March, 1993, 13 hours.

AAMFT National Annual Conference, "Family Health and Healing,” courses in leadership, supervision, gay and lesbian issues, October, 1993, Anaheim, CA 21 hours.

Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow, Washington, D.C., September, 1994, 13.5 hours.

The Difficult Patient: Cutting Edge Conference, San Diego, CA March 1995, 13 hours.

Anchoring Families, Building Community, American Association For Marriage and Family Therapy National Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, November, 1995, 17.5 hours.

A Clinical Perspective on Job Related Substance Abuse, The Camp, November, 1995, 15 hours.

International Society for the Study of Dissociation, San Francisco, CA November, 1996, 15 hours.

The Masterson Institute, Countertransference Challenges & Solutions, San Francisco, CA March, 1997, 11.5 hours.

Clinical Differences of New Anti Depressants, Good Samaritan Hospital, San Jose, CA October, 19.97, 1.0 hour.

Association For Advanced Training in Behavioral Sciences, Psychology Licensure Review: Clinical, Experimental, Research, Social, Organizational, Assessment & Testing, Ethics, San Francisco, CA March, 1998, 32 hours.

Substance Abuse: A Family Therapy Model for Treatment, Santa Rosa, CA August 8,1998, 7 hours.

Using Assessment Feedback as a Therapeutic Tool With Minorities: The MCMI, APA Convention, San Francisco, CA, August, 1998, 4 hours

Advanced Psychological Assessment, Professional Psych Seminars, San Jose, CA, December, 1998, 6 hours

Association For Advanced Training in Behavioral Sciences, Psychology Oral Licensure Review, San Francisco, CA December, 1998, 21 hours

The Masterson Institute, Role of the Mother in the Borderline Personality Disorder, San Francisco, CA, March, 1999, 6 hours.

Spirituality and Family Therapy, CA. Division of AAMFT, July, 1999, San Diego, CA/ 8.5 hours.

HIV/AIDS Assessment and Treatment, Professional Psych Seminars, San Jose, CA., August, 1999, 8 hours.

Legal/Ethical Training, Professional Psych Seminars, San Jose, CA., November, 1999, 8 hours.

Basic Psychoanalytic Technique, Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, June, 1999, 12.5 hours.

Healing the Hardware of the Soul, Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior, May, 2000, 7 hours.

Treating Children, Confidentiality and Other Issues, CA-AAMFT, September, 2000, 6 hours.

Managing Psychological Stress and Physical Pain, La Psych, October, 2000, 6 hours.

Healing ADD, Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior, September, 2001, 7 hours.

OCD: Diagnosis, Treatment, New Findings, Family Service Agency of the Central Coast, April, 2001, 6 hours.

Erotic Transference: Inhibition, Perversion and Symbolization, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, October, 2001, 6 hours.

The Unconscious: Dreams, Affect and Action, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, October, 2001, 6 hours.

The Many Faces of Narcissism, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, March, 2002, 6 hours.

The Ups and Downs of Depression, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, April, 2002, 5.5 hours.

Legal and Ethical Risks and Risk Management in Professional Psychological Practice, California Psychological Association, June, 2002, 6 hours.

Adolescence, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, September, 2002, 6 hours.

The Female Therapist and the Male Patient, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, November, 2002, 6 hours.

Couples, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, January, 2003, 6 hours.

HIPAA for Psychologists, American Psychological Association, April, 2003, 4 hours.

Understanding and Treating Trauma from an Object Relations Perspective, Lynn Alexander, PsyD., January-June, 2003, 36 hours.

Perversion, Lynn Alexander, Psy.D. , October-November, 2003, 9 hours.

The Work of Frances Tustin, Presented by Judith Mitrani, Ph.D., March 13, 2004, 6 hours.

Domestic Violence, R. Cassidy Seminars, Presented by Daniel Sonkin, Ph.D., May 1, 2004, 7 hours.

Winnicott, Analytic Understanding of Child Development, December 2003 -May 2004, 24 hours.

C.A. Law and Ethics, May 15, 2004 , 2004, AATBS, Presented by Michael Kerner, Ph.D., 6
hours.

Some Technical Implications of Melanie Klein’s Concept of “Premature Ego Development”, January 29, 2005, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute and Society, 3 hours.

Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples, February 8, 2005, R. Cassidy Seminars, 6 hours.

Understanding the Aging Mind, February 27, 2005, Professional Psych Seminars, 6 hours.

Law, Ethics and HIPAA, March 7, 2005, R. Cassidy Seminars, 6 hours.

Narrative of a Child Analysis, April 2005- July 2005, 18 hours.

“A Day with Anne Alvarez” on the understanding of the primitive states of mind, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute and Society, November 13, 2005, 5 hours.

Crossing the Synapse: Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience Join Forces, Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California, Dr. Mark Solms, January 28, 2006, 6 hours.

Bion’s Theories of the Mind, June 9-August 11, 2006, 15 hours.

Crossing the Synapse: Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience Join Forces, Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California, Drs. Panksepp and Smaller, October 21, 2006, 4 hours.

When Nothing Stays Inside: Working with the Difficult Patient with Anorexia or Bulimia, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute and Society, December 2, 2006, 3 hours.

A Day with Robin Anderson; Adolescence and Suicide, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, January 6, 2007, 5 hours.

When Food is the Enemy: Psychoanalytic Approaches to Treating Patients with Eating Disorders, No. California Society of Psychoanalytic Psychology, March 31, 2007, 2.5 hours.

Ethical Conumdrums, Ethical Principles in Clinical Practice. Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California. June 16, 2007, 4 hours.

The Contribution of Wilfed Bion: Differing Perspectives. The C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, October 20, 2007, 5.5 hours.

When Everything Stays Inside: Working with the Difficult Patient with Obesity. San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis. December 1, 2007, 3 hours.

Comparing Notes of the Underworld, Freudian, Jungian and NeuroPsychological Perspectives on Dreaming, San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis, March 28, 2008, 6 hours.

Pursuing Happiness: The Neuroscience of Human Happiness, Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California, May 3, 2008, 4 hours.

Neuroscience: Brain Plasticity-based Therapeutics, Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California, September 20, 2008, 4 hours.

Advances in Psychopharmacology Treatment, California Psychological Association, September 27, 2008, 4 hours.

Scientific Meeting: Intersubjective Dreaming, No. California for Psychoanalytic Psychology, November 22, 2008, 3 hours.

California Laws and Ethics for Psychologists, Association for Advanced Training in the Behavioral Sciences, March 1, 2009, 4 hours.

Towards Effective Treatment of Patients with Addictive Disorders, San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis, March 7, 2009, 3 hours.

Gambling, Gaming and Sex: Assessment and Treatment of Internet Addiction Disorder, California Psychological Association, March 12, 2009, 2 hours.

Neuroscience and Psychoanalysis: Theory and Therapeutic Action. Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California, March 21, 2009, 4 hours.
Achieving Greater Outcomes in PTSD Treatment.  Santa Clara County Psychological Association, September 26, 2009, 3 hours.

Couple Therapy Event:  Beliefs About a Relationship and Beliefs About the Other.  Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology. October 24, 2009, 6 hours.

Cross the Synapse:  Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience Join Forces: Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California, November 7, 2009, 4 hours.

Conceptualizing Conception:  Hope, Despair, and Assisted Reproductive Technology, Northern California Psychoanalytic Psychology, March 27, 2010, 3 hours.

Aperture:  Finding The Opening in Couples Therapy.  Santa Clara Psychological Association, September 26, 2010, 4 hours.

Psychotic and Depressive Processes in Couple Functioning, Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, October 23, 2010 6 hours.

Listening and Reacting Psychoanalytically:  Two Contemporary Perspectives; San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis, October 30, 2010, 4 hours.

California Laws and Ethics for Psychologists, Association for Advanced Training in the Behavioral Sciences, March 13, 2011, 4 hours.

From Dualism to Multiplicity: Gender and Sexuality Now and Then, Northern California Society For Psychoanalytic Psychology. March 26, 2011, 6 hours.

Contained or Uncontained:  An Application of Bion’s Thinking to Child and Adolescent Work, Northern California Society For Psychoanalytic Psychology.  September 10, 2011, 3 hours.

Understanding the Psychological Aspects of Breast Cancer, Santa Clara County Psychological Association, October 30, 2011, 3 hours.

Maximizing the Power of Group Psychotherapy, Santa Clara County Psychological Association, February 25, 2012. 4 hours.

The Impact of Trauma on the Analyst’s Containing Function, Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, April 14, 2012 San Francisco, 3 hours.

California Laws and Ethics for Psychologists, Association for Advanced Training in the Behavioral Sciences, May 12, 2012. 4 hours.

Domestic Violence in an Affluent Community, Santa Clara County Psychological Association, April 20, 2013. 5 hours.

DSM-5 Update.  Santa Clara County Psychological Association, June 6, 2013. 2.5 hours.

The Vintage Years: Finding Your Inner Artist After Sixty, Santa Clara County Psychological Association, September 22, 2013, 1 hour.

So You Think You Want To Do Forensic Work, Santa Clara County Psychological Association, September 28, 2013, 2 hours.

HIPAA Compliance Kit-Fifth Edition,  At Health, Inc., September 29, 2013, 6 hours.

A Day with Claudio Eizirik, The Analytic Field:  Bastions, Surprise and Movement. San Francisco Center For Psychoanalysis, November 16, 2013, 5 hours.

Eating Disorder Reading and Consultation Group, San Francisco Center For Psychoanalysis, June 3, 2013-December 2, 2013, 10.5 hours.

Understanding & Treating Clients with Chronic Pain, Santa Clara County Psychological Association, March 1, 2014, 2 hours.

A Day with Ann Alvarez:   The Birth and Rebirth of Psychic Life.  Northern California Society of Psychoanalytic Psychology. May 10, 2014, 6 hours.

The Adolescent Brain & Treatment Implications. Santa Clara County Psychological Association, May 31, 2014. 2 hours.

Cyberbullying. Santa Clara County Psychological Association, July 18, 2014. 2 hours.

Responding To The Madness, Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California. February 28, 2015. 3 hours.

The Therapist’s Professional Will. Santa Clara County Psychological Association. April 19, 2015. 6 hours.

Risk in the Digital Age.  Santa Clara County Psychological Association. May 16, 2015. 2 hours.

CERTIFICATION

Academy of Certified Social Workers 1982-2000 (Inactive).
Clinical Member of the American Association For Marriage and Family Therapy 1982 to present.
Licensed Independent Social Worker, State of Ohio, License # I 1483 (Inactive).
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, State of California LCS 13838.
Licensed Psychologist, State of California, PSY 16055.

MEMBERSHIP
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
American Psychological Association
California Psychological Association
Santa Clara County Psychological Association
Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology

PRESENTATIONS

"Family Dynamics and Substance Abuse;” presenter at the program, "Our Teens and Substance Abuse . . . What Are We Doing?; Akron, University, Akron, Ohio.

"Eating Disorders and Family Dynamics;” presenter, sponsored by Saint Vincent Charity Hospital, Eating Disorders Unit, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio, February, 1985.

"Eating Disorders and Family Dynamics;” Eating Disorders Unit, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, May, 1985.

"Stress in the Paralegal Profession;” presenter of workshop for Paralegals on individual and organizational stress, Women's City Club, Cleveland, Ohio, January, 1986.

"Eating Disorders and Family Dynamics;” presenter, Northern Ohio Family Institute, South Euclid, Ohio, February, 1986.

"Eating Disorders and Family Dynamics;” presenter, Akron General Hospital, Department of Family Medicine. Akron, Ohio. March, 1986.

"Resistance in the Treatment of Multiple Personality Disorder;” invited presenter, 2nd Regional Conference in Multiple .Personality and Dissociative States, Akron, Ohio. April, 1987.

"Medical, Ethical, and Familial Aspects of Surrogate Parenthood;” co presenter at Tri City Grand Rounds, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, February, 1988.

"Internal Reparenting of Child Alters;” paper presented, 5th International Conference in Multiple Personality and Dissociative States, Chicago, Illinois. October, 1988.

"Internal Reparenting of Child Alters;” paper presented, 3rd Regional Conference in Multiple Personality and Dissociative States, Akron, Ohio. April, 1988.

"Multiple Personality Disorder and Cult Abuse;” presenter, Woodside Women's Hospital, Redwood City, CA. October, 1988.

"Transference Issues in the Treatment of Multiple Personality Disorder;” presenter, Woodside Women's Hospital, Redwood City, CA. December, 1988.

"Multiple Personality and Dissociative Disorders,” co presenter of a one day workshop, sponsored by ICEF Master Therapist series, Oakland, CA. April, 1989.

"Transference Issues of Premature Termination in Patients with Multiple Personality Disorder,” presenter, Sixth International Conference for the Multiple Personality and Dissociative Disorders, October, 1989.

Live one way mirror sessions for staff training on the diagnosis of Dissociative Disorders. Eastfield Ming Quong, Campbell, CA. July, 1989.

"Family in Family Medicine". Presenter, San Jose Hospital, Department of Family Practice, San Jose, CA. October, 1990.

"Symptoms of Dissociation in Children". Presenter, San Jose, CA. Sponsored by The Child Advocacy Council, November, 1990.

"Has Psychiatry become the trauma center for childhood trauma?: Dissociation in childhood". Presenter, El Camino Hospital, Mountain view, CA. January, 1991.

"Symptoms of Dissociation in Children". Presenter, Family Services, Redwood City, CA. February, 1991.

"Healing the Chemically Dependent Family,” Instructor, 13 hour course for University of Santa Cruz Extension. May, 1991, 17 hour course May, 1992.

"Eating Disorders and Dissociation,” presenter, 6 hour workshop. University of Santa Clara Continuing Education, August, 1991.

"Dual Diagnosis: Eating Disorders, Dissociation and Chemical Dependency,” presenter, 8 hour workshop. University of Santa Cruz Continuing Education, February, 1992.

DISSERTATION

Bailey, M. (1994). Dissociation in Eating Disorders. Wright Institute of Clinical Psychology.

UNPUBLISHED STUDY

Historical and Symptomological Data in Eating Disorders. Pilot study for dissertation, 1992 1993.

PUBLICATIONS

Dixon, K. M., Kelly, R. B., Moritz, B., Bailey, M. (1990). A case of surrogate pregnancy. The Journal of Family Practice, 30 (1). p. 19 26.

Bailey, M. (1990). "Sixth international conference society for the study of Multiple Personality and Dissociation;” A review. Trauma and Recovery Newsletter. p.21.