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Erin E. Milligan
emill002@mail.plattsburgh.edu

Education:
Adirondack Community College, Queensbury, New York Associates of Arts: Liberal Arts, 2007 Plattsburgh State University, Plattsburgh, New York Bachelor of Arts: Psychology, 2009 Currently enrolled at Plattsburgh State University, Plattsburgh, New York Graduation: Spring 2012 Graduate Major: School Psychology

Awards, Honors and Memberships:
Deans List every semester while completing undergraduate studies as well as current Graduate studies Psi Chi National Honor Society member since 2007 Psychology Student of the Year (2009) Graduated Magna cum Laude (2009) Full-time Neuropsychological Assistantship NASP member since 2009

Academic Experience:
-Teaching Assistant for Psychological Statistics, Psychology Department, SUNY Plattsburgh - Teaching Assistant for Psychology Laboratory, Psychology Department, SUNY Plattsburgh - Research Assistant on behavior modification for children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum disorders, under the supervision of Dr. Patricia Egan and Dr. Laci Charette, Psychology Department, SUNY Plattsburgh - Research assistant regarding demographic/characteristics of rampage school shooters, under the supervision of Dr. Dale Phillips, Psychology Department, SUNY Plattsburgh -Certified to conduct research with human participants through the Plattsburgh State Human Subjects Certification Program -Graduate Neuropsychological Clinic Assistant, under the supervision of the Clinic Director, Dr. Jeanne Ryan - Currently develop and implement skill curriculum for the Nexus program

Relevant Professional Experience:
Youth Care Worker Washington County Social Services, Fort Edward, New York Scott House, Argyle, New York October 2004-August 2007

Page 2 of 3 - Supervised and closely monitored Juvenile Delinquents and foster care children at a residential group home facility. -Life skills training with residents including goal-setting, implementation and modeling appropriate behavior - Implemented behavior modification plans for each individual resident - Prepared, monitored, and scored daily behavior point sheets - Administered medication to residents - Trained in therapeutic holds, Therapeutic Crisis Intervention, CPR and First Aid NEXUS Fall 2008-Present - 1:1 Aide and Social Skills Training Group Leader for Nexus Program for high functioning Asperger children/adolescents - Currently develop and implement skill curriculum for the Nexus program - Currently the Assistant Director of the Saturday Nexus program – implementing the daily schedule, directing volunteers/workers, and supervising the interactions between the Nexus students and volunteers/workers LIVINGOODS RESTAURANT April 2008-Present -Head waiter -Manage staff payroll, daily cash-outs, and restaurant banking -Front of house co-manager SUMMER NEXUS June 2009-August 2009 June 2010-August 2010 -1:1 Aide and Social Skills Training Group Leader for summer Nexus Program for high functioning Asperger children/adolescents NUEROPSYCHOLOGICAL CLINIC Fall 2009-Present -Clinic Coordinator -Managing client files-sending referral packets, creating files, updating client databases -Scheduling appointments for referred clients -Managing clerical duties -Client school observations -ADHD Evaluations -Psycho-Educational Evaluations PRACTICUM Fall 2009-Present -School Psychology intern under the supervision of school psychologist Ilona Kelting, at Beekmantown Elementary Central School (pre-K-6th grade)

Page 3 of 3 Fall 2010-Present -School Psychology intern under the supervision of school psychologist Lori Miller, at Chazy Rural Central School (K-12th grade)

Volunteer Work:
NEXUS Fall 2007-Present MVP FOR KIDS Summer 2009-Present -1:1 Mentor for a Sporting League for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders - Increasing physical activity, socialization, understanding of particular sports (soccer, bowling, swimming, playground activities, etc.), and having fun with other MVP Kids and mentors.

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