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Larry Schor

309 Tanner Street

Carrollton, Georgia 30117

770-301-4623



E D U C A T I O N
Ph.D. Auburn University

Counselor Education and Supervision

1998
Ed.S. University of West Georgia

Community Counseling

1991
M.A. University of West Georgia

Psychology

1989
B.A. University of Miami

Psychology

1983

L I C E N S U R E & C E R T I F I C A T I O N
• National Certified Counselor #34884

• Licensed Professional Counselor, GA #01930

• Georgia Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor #0013

• American Red Cross Certified Disaster Mental Health Counselor / Supervisor



C L I N I C A L E X P E R I E N C E
Counselor in Private Practice 1993- present

Carrollton, Georgia

Individual, marital, and family psychotherapy, clinical supervision, crisis intervention, hospital and school consultation, mediation.
Counselor Supervisor 1997- present

Carrollton, Georgia

Individual and group clinical supervision to counselor trainees.
Disaster Mental Health Counselor October, 2009

FEMA recovery center, Carrollton, GA



Disaster Mental Health Counselor July, 2009

Georgia Defense Force, Metro Medical Strike Team, American Red Cross disaster simulation/decontamination drill, Atlanta, GA



Full Scale Air Crash Disaster Simulation April, 2009

Participant/evaluator, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, Atlanta, GA



Disaster Mental Health Counselor September, 2008

American Red Cross Emergency Shelter, Villa Rica, GA

Crisis Intervention to Hurricane victims.

Disaster Response Counselor April, 2008

American Red Cross Service Center, Atlanta, GA.

Crisis Intervention with Tornado Victims.

Disaster Response Counselor August, 2006

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Atlanta, GA.

Crisis Intervention to family members of Comair crash.

Disaster Response Counselor May, 2006

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Katrina Assistance Project, Baton Rouge, LA

Crisis Intervention to Hurricane victims.
Full Scale Avian Flu Disaster Simulation April, 2006

Participant/evaluator, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, Atlanta, GA



Disaster Mental Health Manager / Supervisor October, 2005

American Red Cross Emergency Service Center, Lawrenceville, GA

Crisis Intervention to Hurricane victims.

Disaster Mental Health Counselor July, 2005

American Red Cross Emergency Service Center, Lithia Springs, GA

Crisis Intervention to Hurricane victims.

Disaster Mental Health Counselor September, 2004

American Red Cross Emergency Service Center, Valdosta, GA

Crisis Intervention to Hurricane victims.

Disaster Mental Health Counselor May, 2003

American Red Cross Emergency Service Center, LaGrange, GA

Crisis Intervention to flood victims.

Disaster Mental Health Counselor September, 2001

American Red Cross Respite Center at Ground Zero, New York, NY

Crisis Intervention, Trauma Counseling, Psychological Support.
Primary Therapist 1991- 1993

Murphy-Harpst-Vashti Center

Cedartown, Georgia

Assessment, treatment planning, individual, group, and family psychotherapy

in residential setting for severely emotionally disturbed children and adolescents.
Outpatient Coordinator 1988- 1991

Gateway- A Center for the Treatment of Addictive Illness

Carrollton, Georgia

Assessment, Individual & Group Psychotherapy, Program Development.


A W A R D S
• Georgia Counselor of the Year (2004).

Presented by the Licensed Professional Counselors Association

of Georgia.

O R G A N I Z A T I ON A L M E M B E R S H I P
• American Academy of Psychotherapists

• American Counseling Association

• Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia

• Association for Counselor Education and Supervision

• Association for Specialists in Group Work

UNIVERSITY OF WEST GEORGIA

Department of Psychology
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (2004-present)

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (1998-2004)

COORDINATOR OF THERAPEUTIC SERVICES (1999-present)

Graduate Courses
• PSYC 5085 Art and Therapy

• PSYC 4085 / 5085 Disaster Mental Health

• PSYC 4085 / 5085 Terror, Trauma, and Healing

• PSYC 4085 / 5085 Horizon Seminar: Projective approaches to assessment

and psychotherapy

• PSYC 6200 Theoretical approaches to Counseling and Psychotherapy

• PSYC 6230 Group Counseling and Psychotherapy

• PSYC 6240 Principles of Family Therapy

• PSYC 6280 Theory and Practice of Clinical Assessment

• PSYC 6085 Horizon Seminar: Professional Orientation

• PSYC 6287 Clinical Practicum

Undergraduate Courses
• PSYC 1101 Introduction to General Psychology

• PSYC 1101 Introduction to General Psychology (GSAMS)

• PSYC 3150 Abnormal Psychology

• PSYC 3150 Abnormal Psychology (Writing Intensive Seminar)

• PSYC 3600 Psychology of Communication

• PSYC 4660 Advanced Topics in Abnormal Psychology

• PSYC 4887 Practicum in Human Services
C O M M I T T E E M E M B E R S H I P
Metro Atlanta Bioterrorism preparedness task force, mental health component

Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association of Georgia

Disaster Intervention Coordinator (2001-2006)

State University of West Georgia

Faculty Senate

Institutional Services Planning Committee

Jim Klee Forum Lecture Series program chair (2000-2004, 2009)

Student Psychology Annual Research Conference (SPARC) program chair (2002-2007)

Georgia Association of Masters in Psychology executive board (1998-2002)

Georgia Composite Board

Professional Counselors Rules Revisions Committee

Professional Counselor Peer Reviewer

U. S. Congressional Health Care Advisory Committee (1996-1997)
P U B L I C A T I O N S
Schor, L. (2009). Georgia disaster mental health (comprehensive public website)

Retrieved from Georgia Department of Public Health, Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disability (DBHDD):



http://www.georgiadisaster.info
Schor, L. I. (2009). Dissociative Identity disorder: Too much for one soul to bear? Voices: The art and science of psychotherapy, 44 (2). 28-33.
Schor, L.I. (2008). The heart and soul of the therapist: Rage, fear, desire, loss, and love in the psychotherapy relationship [Foreword]. Washington, D.C.: University.
Schor, L. I. (2007). A life's work, maybe more. MAPS bulliten, 17 (3), 18-19.
Schor, L. I., & Arons, M. (2007). Tribute to Duncan Blewett. Journal of humanistic psychology, 47 (4), 541-543.
Schor, L. I. (2006). Red suede pillow: An allegory of suffering and healing. Voices: The art and science of psychotherapy, 38 (3).
Compton, M. T., Cibulas, B. K., Gard, B., Kaslow, N. J., Kotwicki, R. J., Reissman, D. B., Schor, L., & Wetterhall, S. (2005). Incorporating community mental health into local bioterrorism planning. Community Mental Health Journal. 41 (6), 647-663.

Schor, L. I. (2004). Apperception as a primary process of the psyche: Implications for theory and practice. The Journal of Psychological Practice, 10 (1), 60-72.


Schor, L. I. (2003). A person-centered approach to the use of projectives. The Person-Centered Journal, 10, 39-48.
Schor, L. I. (2002). What help have I to give? A therapist’s journey to ground zero. Voices: The art and science of psychotherapy, 38 (3).
Schor, L. I. (2002). What is normal?. Georgia Psychologist, 56 (2).
Schor, L. I. (2001). Coming back to life: A long-term therapy group with survivors of in-school suicide. Voices: The art and science of psychotherapy, 37, 63-74.
Schor, L.I. (2000). Invitations to dialogue: The legacy of Sydney M. Jourard [Book review]. Somatics, 13,(3), 55.
Schor, L. I. (1999). Brief humanistic and existential therapy. In K.L. Barry, et al eds. Brief interventions and brief therapies for substance abuse, (105-119). Treatment Improvement Protocol Series: Vol., 34. Rockville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Schor, L. I. (1994). AIDS attitudes: A pilot study. Georgia Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 2, 51-60



M A J O R P R E S E N T A T I O N S & W O R K S H O P S
Schor, L. I. (2010, May). Disaster Mental Health: What you should know and what you can do. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association, Atlanta, GA.
Schor, L. I. (2009, November). The Inpossible Profession: Learning and teaching relational psychotherapy. Workshop conducted at the annual institute and conference of American Academy of Psychotherapists, Sarasota, FL.
Schor, L. I. (2008, November). Seeds of Change, Sands of Time, Drums of War: Recognizing change within us, between us, and around us. Workshop conducted at the annual institute and conference of American Academy of Psychotherapists, Savannah, GA.
Schor, L. I., Halpern, J., Passie, T., & Lazarus, K. (2008, October). Psychological impact of cluster headache pain (Chair). Symposium conducted at the Cluster Buster cluster headache research conference, Atlanta, GA.
Schor, L. I. (2008, August). The biopsychosocial treatment of psychiatric illness. Training conducted for the Georgia Peace Officer Crisis Intervention Team, Carrollton, GA.
Schor, L. I., Turner, E. K. (2008, May). Experiential Group Therapy: Working in the here and now. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association, Stone Mountain, GA.
Schor, L. I., & Schwartzburd, L. (2006, November). Ethical Process In a Context of Chaos: Life in psychotherapy. Workshop conducted at the annual institute and conference of American Academy of Psychotherapists, Asheville, NC.
Schor, L. I. (2006, May). From Archetype to Enantiodromia: An introduction to Jung. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association, West Point, GA.

Schor, L. I. (2006, March). Addiction: Connection, disconnection, and relationships. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the American Academy of Psychotherapists, Balsam Mountain, NC.


Schor, L. I., Tissaw, M. A., Osbeck, L, & Good, J. M. (2005, August). Apperception and the lived world: Representation and praxis. In L. Osbeck (Chair), Revisiting representation and its discontents. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.
Schor, L. I. (2005, May). Art Stimulus Apperceptive Response Technique. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association, Peachtree City, GA.
Schor, L. I. (2005, November). Bridges, Walls, Doors, and Windows: Boundaries of separation and connection. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the American Academy of Psychotherapists, Pawley’s Island, SC.
Schor, L. I. (2004, May). Like a Bridge Over Troubled Water? A trauma counseling initiative. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association, Savannah, GA.

Schor, L. I. & Painter, L. (2004, April). Managing the Minefield of Licensure. Workshop conducted at the Mercer University Statewide Student Fair, Atlanta, GA.


Schor, L. I. (2003, May). Disaster Mental Health. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association, Peachtree City, GA.
Schor, L. I. (2002, April). Self Help? Analysis of a self-injury message board. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Association of Suicidology, Bethesda, MD
Schor, L. I. (2002, May). What Remains? Suffering and healing at ground zero. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association, Savannah, GA.
Schor, L. I. (2001, August). Art Stimulus Apperceptive Response Technique. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA
Schor, L. I. (2001, May). Bleeding hearts: Understanding clients who self-injure. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association, Pine Mountain, GA.

Schor, L. I. (2000, August). Coming back to life: A long-term therapy group with survivors of in-school suicide. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.


Schor, L. I. (2000, May). When friends kill themselves: Working with survivors of in-school suicide. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association, Savannah, GA.
Schor, L. I. (1999, May). The art-stimulus apperceptive response technique: A humanistic approach to the use of projectives in psychotherapy. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association, Jekyll Island, GA


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