Dr. Heide– CVLast Revised 07/31/2020KATHLEEN M. HEIDEDistinguished University ProfessorUniversity of South FloridaDepartment of Criminology4202 E. Fowler AvenueSocial Sciences Room 311Tampa, Florida 33620813-974-9543e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v 4YEkXKIB7acLicensed psychotherapistCenter for Mental HealthEducation, Assessment and Therapy806 W. De Leon Street – Suite 101Tampa, Florida 33606813-250-0224(#3)813-334-1200 (mobile)EDUCATIONPh.D.University at Albany, State University of New York, School of Criminal Justice, The Nelson A.Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, May 1982.Field of Study: Criminal JusticeConcentration: Personality Assessment, Mental Health Law, Theories of Crime, PsychologicalCriminology, Research and StatisticsDissertation Title: Classification of Offenders Ordered to Make Restitution by Interpersonal Maturity Leveland by Specific Personality Dimensions.Honors: Presidential Award for a Distinguished Doctoral Dissertation; Letter of Commendation forOutstanding Academic Career from Dean, Graduate School of Criminal Justice, on behalf of the Faculty,Graduate School of Criminal Justice, December 1981; Dissertation Award 1981; Graduate FellowshipsAwarded 1977-1978, 1978-1979, 1979-1980M.A.University at Albany, State University of New York, School of Criminal Justice, May 1978.Field of Study: Criminal JusticeHonors: Graduate Fellowship 1977-1978B.A.Vassar College, May 1976.Major: PsychologyHonors: Phi Beta Kappa; Departmental Honors in Psychology; General Excellence Distinction Awarded atCommencementSpecialized Courses taken as an undergraduate and credited towards Bachelor's degree from Vassar:Criminology and criminal law courses taken at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CityUniversity of New York, September 1974-May 1975.Honors: Dean's List.Education in cross-cultural perspectives of criminology and social problems, University ofLondon, Birkbeck College, Summer 1974.
Kathleen M. Heide, Ph.D./Abbreviated CVPROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS HIGHLIGHTEDElected as a Fellow in the Social, Economic, and Political Sciences Section of the Association for theAdvancement of Science (AAAS) for distinguished contributions to the field of Criminology, particularlywith respect to juvenile homicide and parricide, October 25, 2018; inducted into AAAS on February 16,2019, Washington, DC.Professor, University of South Florida, Department of Criminology. Present rank: Tenured Full Professor.Areas of specialization: juvenile homicide and parricide, individual and family violence, treatment andintervention strategies with offenders and survivors of trauma, personality assessment, and juvenile justice.Employment history and rank at USF: Hired as an Assistant Professor, August 1981. Tenured andpromoted to Associate Professor, Spring 1987 and Promoted to Full Professor, Spring 1994. Tenure andPromotion decisions had the unanimous support of the Departmental and College Tenure and PromotionCommittees, the Provost, and the President.Recognized by the Provost as a Distinguished University Professor (DUP) upon recommendation of USFDUP Committee following extensive internal and external reviews, Spring 2020.Interim Dean, College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), University of South Florida, July 2003 to February2005. CAS is the largest college at USF, which is a Research I, Carnegie Doctoral Extensive University,and is responsible for a budget of over 80 million dollars. CAS has 27 departments in four cognate areas:sciences, social sciences, humanities and professional programs. The College’s 500 faculty and 150 staffserve approximately 17,000 majors enrolled in 65 undergraduate majors and concentrations, 36 masters,and 14 doctoral degree programs. Many of these programs are nationally ranked.Associate Dean for Faculty and Program Development, College of Arts and Sciences, University of SouthFlorida, August 2001-June 2003. Responsibilities included recruitment, faculty development, tenure andpromotion, sabbaticals and faculty leaves, honors and awards, faculty governance, retirement, anddisciplinary matters.Author/co-author of four books and over 120 other publications and another 100 professional papers.Recipient of six awards for teaching excellence, including USF’s most prestigious award, the JeromeKrivanek Distinguished Teacher Award.Recipient of USF’s Faculty Excellence Award and Outstanding Faculty Award in recognition of researchaccomplishments.Member or former member of 16 community and state boards of directors, councils, or task forces.Appointed to the Florida Sentencing Commission by former Governor Chiles for two-year term, 1994 1996; reappointed in 1997 to a second term.Honorary Commander, 927th Security Forces Squadron, MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, two-yearSeptember 2015 - September 2017.Consultant to the National Institute of Justice, National Institute of Health, and many state agencies (seeCV Addendum for additional information).2
Kathleen M. Heide, Ph.D./Abbreviated CVLicensed as a Mental Health Counselor, State of Florida, since January 1991. Main theoretical orientationsutilized in individual and group therapy are cognitive-behavioral and gestalt/humanistic. Primarypopulations treated are adolescents and adults. Areas of specialization include working with police officers/ first responders and other survivors of traumatic experiences, including child abuse (particularly sexualabuse), understanding the dynamics in dysfunctional families, and utilizing cognitive restructuring, EMDR,and emotional release techniques in treating depression, anxiety, and trauma-related disorders.Consultant to Franciscan Center, First Responder’s Post-Trauma Training, March 2013 to 2016. I havegiven presentations on trauma and conduct EMDR therapy sessions with first responders who attendprograms.More than 1400 hours of post-doctoral training in psychology, psychotherapy/mental health counseling,forensic evaluation, etc. Complete listing of workshops taken, dates, instructors, and Continuing EducationCredits can be found on my Addendum to CV.Certified in Hypnosis by the National Board for Clinical Hypnotherapists and in Neuro LinguisticProgramming (Practitioner Level) by the Southern Institute of NLP.Evaluated and consulted with attorneys regarding homicide offenders, specifically those who killed parents,in 16 states (Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, New Hampshire, NewMexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, and Wisconsin) and Canada.Court-appointed expert at the motion of defense counsel and prosecutors in matters relating to homicide,violence, and juveniles and families in Florida Circuit Courts and in various jurisdictions across the UnitedStates (see CV Addendum for additional information).Qualified as an expert to testify in psychology, criminology, adolescent homicide and parricide, childabuse, dysfunctional family, psychotherapy, personality assessment, mental health counseling, and forensicevaluation in Florida Circuit Courts and in various jurisdictions across the United States (see CVAddendum for additional information).Retained by former Governor Chiles and the Florida Parole Commission in matters related to clemency.Frequent consultant to the media on matters relating to juvenile crime and youth violence (includingNewsweek, U.S. News and World Reports, Psychology Today, Oprah magazine, CosmoGirl!, New YorkTimes, U.S.A. Today, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Huffington Post, andAssociated Press) and numerous international newspapers and magazine feature articles (including Epocáand Facts, Brazil’s and Switzerland’s equivalents of Newsweek). I have also appeared as an expert onmany national talk and news shows including Larry King Live, CNN, Good Morning America, Fox News,Court TV, 20/20, and A&E.Member or former member (including multiple terms as President) of boards of directors of two waterfronthomeowner associations and multi-million-dollar marina association.Member of U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary -- certified coxswain, certified crew, certified instructor, andcertified aids to navigation verifier; active in search and rescue (SAR) and port security operations, federalgovernment security clearance, September 1998 to present.Captain, OUPV, Sea School graduate September 7, 2011; Merchant Mariner Credential issued by theUnited States Coast Guard Maritime Center, November 2011.3
Kathleen M. Heide, Ph.D./Abbreviated CVFACULTY GOVERNANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCEFaculty Senator. I was elected and served a three-year term as a CAS Representative to the Faculty Senate,1999-2002. I was appointed by the Faculty Senate President to serve as a member of the Faculty SenateSearch Committee for the USF President, 1999-2000. I served a fourth year (2002-2003) acting as asubstitute member for a faculty member who was on medical leave.Faculty Member of the University Leadership Team, 1997-2001. I was recommended by the FacultySenate and appointed by President Betty Castor in October 1997 to serve as one of two facultyrepresentatives to the University’s Leadership Team. The leadership team led by the President wascomposed of upper management leaders, including vice presidents, deans, and regional CEO’s. Thecouncil typically met monthly to discuss major issues facing the university and to develop policy andstrategies consistent with USF’s emerging profile as a Research 1 University. During my four-yearappointment as faculty representative, I served under four presidents (Betty Castor, Richard Peck, TomTighe, and Judy Genshaft) and three provosts (Michael Kovacs, Tom Tighe, and David Stamps).Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Program Development, College of Arts and Sciences (CAS),August 2001-June 2003. This Associate Dean is considered the Executive Associate Dean or the secondin-command in CAS. When the Dean was away from campus, I served as the Acting Dean. I handled allmatters pertaining to the College’s 500 tenured, tenure-earning, instructor, and visiting faculty. Theresponsibility for this position included determining the allocation of new faculty positions for departments,faculty recruitment and hiring. These matters included deciding which departments get new positions,recruitment and hiring (including issues related to diversity of faculty), tenure and promotion, mid-tenurereview, faculty development, mentoring, faculty governance, grievances, disciplinary matters, sabbaticalsand leaves, and honors and awards, including emeritus distinction.Interim Dean, College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), July 2003-February 2005. In my capacity of InterimDean, I was responsible for all operations of the college. CAS has 27 academic departments (in social andbehavioral sciences, life and physical sciences, the humanities, and professional schools) and 16 centersand institutes. CAS has over 17,000 majors enrolled in 65 majors or concentrations, 36 master’s programs,and 14 doctoral programs. The College has an operating budget of over 50 million and employsapproximately 500 faculty and 150 staff. During my tenure as Interim Dean, I had overall responsibility forbudget allocations for fiscal years 2003/04 and 2004/05.TEACHING AND INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIESProfessor, University of South Florida, College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Criminology, Tampa,Florida. August 1981 to present. Responsibilities include undergraduate and graduate instruction andthesis and doctoral advising. Areas of specialization include Juvenile Homicide, Adolescent ParricideOffenders (youth who kill parents), Sexual Homicide, Individual Violence, Family Violence, Treatmentand Intervention Strategies with Offenders and Survivors of Trauma, Personality Assessment, and JuvenileJustice.Courses Taught on the Graduate LevelKids Who Kill: An Examination of Legal, Theoretical, and Empirical IssuesTheoretical Approaches to Criminal BehaviorSupervision and Treatment of OffendersSex OffendersViolent Juvenile OffendersEthics in Criminal JusticeMental Health Issues and Violent Behavior4
Kathleen M. Heide, Ph.D./Abbreviated CVCourses Taught on the Undergraduate LevelAbnormal Behavior and CriminalityIntervention Techniques with OffendersMurder in the Family: An Examination of Legal, Psychological, and Empirical IssuesKids Who Kill: An Examination of Legal, Theoretical, and Empirical IssuesPsychology of Homicide: Mass Murder in AmericaMurder in America: An Examination of Psychological, Legal, and Empirical IssuesParricide (Children Killing Parents)Psychology and the Criminal Justice SystemSurvey of the Criminal Justice SystemJuvenile JusticeJuvenile CorrectionsCrime and Justice in America (Mass lecture course, 200 - 450 students per semester)Sex OffendersSupervisor of Directed Research/Directed Study. Approximately 80 students have completed directedresearch under my supervision. These have included undergraduate students in criminology, politicalscience, and psychology, and graduate students in criminology, social work, and psychology.Undergraduate and Masters’ Theses, and Doctoral Dissertations Completed in Criminology. I have servedas a member of (9) or chair / co-chair (21) of thesis committees for 30 students who completed theirmasters’ degrees in Criminology. I have also served as chair or co-chair (4) and committee member (4) for8 Criminology students who completed their doctoral dissertations. In addition, I have served as chair (5) orcommittee member (6) for 11 undergraduate honors theses.Involvement in other Graduate Programs. I have served as a member of two doctoral dissertationcommittees through which students in Anthropology and Counselor Education completed their Ph.D.degrees. I have also served as a committee member for two students who completed projects to earn theirEd.S. degree in the College of Education (degree between MA and Ph.D.). I have also served as an outsidechair and reader for doctoral students in Communications, Aging Studies, and Mathematics.Current Research Involvement with Undergraduate and Graduate Students. I routinely serve as a memberor chair of several undergraduate honors theses, master’s level theses, graduate projects, and doctoralcommittees.Presenter and Consultant, 21st Century for Teaching Excellence, USF. I have participated in workshopseach semester designed to teach faculty and graduate students how to use audience response systems(clickers), Fall 2006 to circa 2013.Content Advisor, Coordinator, and Panel Moderator for 30 televised educational programs on topics relatedto criminology, criminal justice, and juvenile justice shown multiple times on cable channels. Theseprograms are listed in a later section of this CV and described in the Addendum to my CV.Director of Education, Center for Mental Health Education, Assessment and Therapy, Tampa, Florida.Under my direction, the Center was approved to give Continuing Education Units by the AmericanPsychological Association, the Florida Department of Regulations Board of Psychological Examiners andthe Board of Clinical Social Workers, Marriage and Family Workers, and Mental Health Counselors.Activities included providing training to mental health and social services professionals in the dynamics ofviolence, assessment issues, and effective intervention strategies for survivors of trauma and offenderpopulations. February 1992 to February 1998.5
Kathleen M. Heide, Ph.D./Abbreviated CVTeaching Fellow, State University of New York, Albany. Taught undergraduate course in Nature of Crimeand Crime Control from a multidisciplinary perspective, emphasizing integration of theoretical tenets withempirical findings. August 1979 to December 1979.RESEARCH EXPERIENCEAssociate Director, International Center for the Study of Violence, Human Resources Institute, Universityof South Florida (USF). Responsible for the coordination of all activities of the Center dealing withindividual violence and aggression. January 1983 to August 1988.Principal Investigator of psychological study assessing personality development and other personalitycharacteristics of adolescent homicide offenders in Florida prisons under a grant awarded by the USFResearch Council. April 1982 to August 1985.Technical Assistant to Sexual Abuse Victims Association, Tampa, Florida. Designed a study of theprevalence of incest and the nature of available treatment services to deal with the problem. September1981 to April 1983.Research Analyst, the Criminal Justice Research Center, Albany, New York, which was chosen by theNational Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice of the Law Enforcement AssistanceAdministration as the sponsoring agency for the National Evaluation of Adult Restitution Projects(NEARP) in October 1976. June 1978 to August 1981. Responsibilities included: (1) Coordinated thepsychological research component of the national evaluation at various sites in New Mexico; (2) Designedand facilitated the evaluation of the Court Alternative Placement Program (CAPP), one of the nationalevaluation project sites, which operated in the Second District Court of Eastern Middlesex, Waltham,Massachusetts; (3) Negotiated and supervised collection of follow-up data of offenders who hadparticipated in the Massachusetts Victim Restitution Program under the auspices of the MassachusettsParole Board.Research Intern, New York State Department of Corrections. Prepared a profile of the long-term femaleoffender in the State of New York through intensive examination of parole records and statistical analysesof the data excerpted from them. January 1978 to May 1978.Litigation Assistant, Hughes Hubbard & Reed, a Wall Street law firm. Indexed, digested, and prepareddocuments for trial re: antitrust litigation; conducted research in oil industry and executed "fact" projectspertinent to the industry and to the pending lawsuits. December 1976 to August 1977.CLINICAL EXPERIENCELicensed Mental Health Counselor in independent private practice, Center for Mental Health Education,Assessment and Therapy, Tampa, Florida, specializing in treating survivors of trauma, including policeofficers / first responders, adolescents and young adults, adult children of alcoholics and other high stressfamilies, survivors of childhood abuse, sexual abuse, and sexual assault. I provide individual and grouppsychotherapy, and forensic assessment/consultation. National and State of Florida tests passed.November 1990 to present. Licensed continuously since January 1991.More than 1400 hours of post-doctoral training in psychology, psychotherapy/mental health counseling,forensic evaluation, etc. Complete listing of workshops taken, dates, instructors, and Continuing EducationCredits can be found on my Addendum to CV.Certified in Hypnosis by the National Board for Clinical Hypnotherapists and in Neuro LinguisticProgramming (Practitioner Level) by the Southern Institute of NLP.6
Kathleen M. Heide, Ph.D./Abbreviated CVAdvanced Training in Treating Trauma, including EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization andReprocessing).Court-appointed expert in matters relating to homicide, violence, and juveniles and families in FloridaCircuit Courts and in various jurisdictions across the United States (see CV Addendum for additionalinformation). February 1985 to present.Retained by former Governor Chiles and the Florida Parole Commission in matters related to clemency.Evaluated and/or consulted with attorneys regarding homicide offenders, specifically those who killedparents, in 16 states (Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, New Hampshire,New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, and Wisconsin) and Canada.Qualified as a criminologist and an expert to testify in psychology, criminology, adolescent homicide andparricide, child abuse, dysfunctional family, psychotherapy, personality assessment, mental healthcounseling, and forensic evaluation in Florida Circuit Courts and in various jurisdiction
serve approximately 17,000 majors enrolled in 65 undergraduate majors and concentrations, 36 masters, and 14 doctoral degree programs. Many of these programs are nationally ranked. Associate Dean for Faculty and Program Development, College of Arts and Sciences, University of South Florida, August 2001-June 2003.