MICHAEL CARNEY, PH.D.

 

 

 

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist #201655 – Texas Department of State Health Services
Licensed Professional Counselor #66780 – Texas Department of State Health Services
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor #11358 – Texas Department of State Health Services
Licensed Baccalaureate Social Worker #36440 -Texas Department of State Health Services

EDUCATION

Doctor of Philosophy. Texas Wesleyan University. Fort Worth, Texas. Major Field: Marriage and Family Therapy. May 2018. Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE).

Doctor of Philosophy. Newburgh Theological Seminary. Newburgh, Indiana. Major Field: Christian Counseling. July 2008. Accredited by Transworld Accrediting Commission International.

Master of Arts. Texas Wesleyan University. Fort Worth, Texas. Major Field: Professional Counseling and Family Therapy. May 2010. Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE).

Master of Arts. Newburgh Theological Seminary. Newburgh, Indiana. Major Field: Christian Counseling. December 2006. Accredited by Transworld Accrediting Commission International.

Bachelor of Arts. Midwestern State University. Wichita Falls, Texas. Major Field: Social Work. August 2001. Accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

CERTIFICATIONS

Clinical Fellow – American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

Danger Assessment Certification – The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing

Protecting Human Research Participants Certification – The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Prepare and Enrich Facilitator Assessment and feedback resources to foster resilient relationships and marriages

SPECIAL TRAINING – MASTER CLINICIANS

John Winslade, Ph.D. 

Narrative Practice and a Stoic Conception of Time –  

Assisting clients who are experiencing grief 

Fort Worth, Texas 

 (6 hours – October 2017) 

Linda Metcalf, PhD 

Solution Focused Narrative Therapy – Creating Magic for Clients 

Fort Worth, Texas 

 (6 hours – March 2017) 

Chris Iveson 

Single Session Therapy:  Theory and Practice 

Fort Worth, Texas 

 (6 hours – March 2017) 

Marty Klein, Ph.D. 

When Pornography is an Issue- Couples Counseling & Psychotherapy 

Dallas, Texas 

(8 hours – February 2017) 

Daniela Simmons, Ph.D. 

Introduction to Psychodrama and Other Action Methods 

Fort Worth, Texas 

 (4 hours – February 2017) 

 

Michael Kerr, Ph.D. 

Essential Elements in Bowen Family Systems Theory 

Fort Worth, Texas 

 (8 hours – January 2017) 

 

Elliott Connie, Ph.D., LPS-S 

The SFBT Summer Boot Camp Fort Worth, Texas 

 (40 hours – August 2016) 

 

Most Honorable Judge Cynthia Mendoza 

Navigating the Court: Providing Therapy to Families and Children/Teens

 Fort Worth, Texas 

 (8 hours – August 2016) 

 

Charles Fishman, M.D.

Enduring Change in Eating Disorders: Interventions with Long-Term Results

 Fort Worth, Texas 

 (8 hours – April 2016) 

William Bumberry Ph.D. 

Gottman Couples Therapy 

Fort Worth, Texas 

 (8 hours – April 2016) 

 

Steven Harris, Ph.D. 

Crisis in Marriage – Couples with Mixed Agendas and Systemic Issues

 Fort Worth, Texas 

 (10 hours – April 2016) 

 

Linda Metcalf, Ph.D., LPC-S, LMFT-S 

A Change of Culture: The Restorative Solutions Approach

 Fort Worth, Texas 

 (8 hours – February 2016) 

Don Meichenbaum, Ph.D. 

Treatment of Distressed and Violent Couples and Families 

Fort Worth, Texas 

 (8 hours – January 2016) 

 

Roberta Gilbert, M.D .

Concepts of Bowen Family Systems Theory 

Fort Worth, Texas 

 (8 hours – November 2015) 

 

John Winslade, Ph.D. 

Putting Stories to Work in Counseling

 Fort Worth, Texas 

 (8 hours – October 2015) 

 

Elliott Connie, Ph.D., LPS-S 

Solution Focused Brief Therapy: A Systemic Approach with Families, Couples and Individuals 

Fort Worth, Texas 

 (8 hours – October 2015) 

 

Wendell Ray, Ph.D. 

Reclaiming the Communication Theory Basis of Systemic Therapy 

Fort Worth, Texas 

(8 hours – August 2015) 

 

Michael Ellison, Ph.D., LPC-S 

DSM 5 Review and DSM 5 Substance Abuse Refresher Seminar 

Fort Worth, Texas 

(8 hours – August 2015) 

 

Charles Fishman M.D. 

Intensive Structural Therapy 

Fort Worth, Texas 

(10 hours – July 2015) 

Steven Harris, Ph.D. 

Crisis in Marriage – Couples with Mixed Agendas and Systemic Issues

 Fort Worth, Texas 

(10 hours – April 2015) 

 

Brent Bradley, Ph.D. 

Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT): Harnessing the Power of Emotion 

Fort Worth, Texas 

(10 hours – March 2015) 

Don Meichenbaum, Ph.D. 

Couples and Family Therapy: Ways to Apply the Core Tasks of Psychotherapy 

Fort Worth, Texas 

(10 hours – January 2015) 

 

Terry Hargrave Ph.D. 

Restoration Therapy:  Elements of Healing in Marriage and Family Therapy 

Fort Worth, Texas 

(10 hours – January 2015) 

 

Roberta Gilbert, M.D.

Troubled Times, Troubled Families 

Fort Worth, Texas 

(10 hours – November 2014) 

 

Jill Freedman, LMSW 

Listening, Witnessing, and Intimate Relationships: Using Narrative Therapy in Working with Couples 

Fort Worth, Texas 

(10 hours – October 2014) 

 

Wendell Ray, Ph.D. 

Epistemology, Not History: Reclaiming the Communication Theory Basis of Systemic Therapy

 Fort Worth, Texas 

(10 hours – September 2014) 

 

Elliott Connie, Ph.D., LPS-S 

Solution Building Couples Therapy 

Fort Worth, Texas 

(10 hours – September 2014) 

 

Marty Klein, Ph.D. 

Diagnosis and Treatment of Sexual Issues: Systemic, Psycho-Social, and Counter-intuitive Approaches 

Buenos Aires, Argentina 

(35 hours – March 2010) 

 

Solution Based Therapy Advanced Training 

London, England 

(35 hours – March 2009)

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

TEACHING ASSISTANT – COU-6309-40 

Ethics and Professional Conduct for Counselors 

Texas Wesleyan University 

Graduate Counseling Program 

Fort Worth, Texas 

(40 hours – September 2017) 

 

PROCTOR – Master’s Level LMFT Comprehensive Examination  

Texas Wesleyan University 

Graduate Counseling Program 

Fort Worth, Texas 

(4 hours – September 2017) 

 

PROCTOR – Master’s Level Comprehensive Examination Review Course 

Texas Wesleyan University 

Graduate Counseling Program 

Fort Worth, Texas 

(24 hours – Spring, 2016) 

 

PROCTOR – Master’s Level Comprehensive Examination Review Course 

Texas Wesleyan University 

Graduate Counseling Program 

Fort Worth, Texas 

(24 hours – Spring, 2015) 

 

PROCTOR – Master’s Level LMFT Comprehensive Examination  Texas Wesleyan University 

Graduate Counseling Program 

Fort Worth, Texas 

(4 hours – September 2014) 

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Carney, M. (February, 2014). Ethical Behavior & Practicing with Integrity. Therapist workshop community
Licensed Professional Counselors at Sundance Hospital Arlington, Texas.

Carney, M. (December, 2014). Cultural Awareness. Therapist Workshop Community Licensed Professional
Counselors at Sundance Hospital Arlington, Texas.

Carney, M. (May, 2014). Substance Abuse Recovery & Drug Prevention. Therapist workshop community Licensed Professional Counselors at Sundance Hospital Arlington, Texas.
Carney, M. (November, 2014). Recent Loss Break Out Group Facilitator. Foundation for Suicide Prevention 15th Annual International Survivors of Suicide Day Dallas, Texas.

Carney, M. (November, 2013). Substance Abuse Recovery & Drug Prevention. Northwest ISD Fort Worth, Texas.

Carney, M. (November, 2013). Recent Loss Break Out Group Facilitator. Foundation for Suicide Prevention 15th Annual International Survivors of Suicide Day Dallas, Texas.

Carney, M. (August, 2013). Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Due to Workplace Violence. 500 employee auto financing call center North Richland Hills, Texas. Carney, M. (April, 2013). Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Due to Sudden Death of Coworker. 500 employee auto financing call center North Richland Hills, Texas.

Carney, M. (November, 2012). Recent Loss Break Out Group Facilitator. Foundation for Suicide Prevention 15th Annual International Survivors of Suicide Day Dallas, Texas.

Carney, M. (November, 2012). Substance Abuse Trends – Dying to Party. Keynote speaker to the Alternative Education Program staff and students Crowley, Texas.

Carney, M. (October, 2012). Setting Professional Boundaries. Guest presenter to the School Nurses of Tarrant County-Fort Worth, Texas.

Carney, M. (February, 2012). Managing Stress in the Work Place – Deescalating Volatile Situations. Seminar presented to the employee assistant program providers of American Airlines, Texas.

Carney, M. (October, 2011). Substance Abuse Trends – K2, Spice and Bath Salts. Keynote speaker to the North Central Texas Counseling Association and its members.

Carney, M. (August, 2011). Setting Professional Boundaries. Guest presenter to the intervention counselors of Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD, Texas.

Carney, M. (August, 2011). Bipolar Spectrum Disorder. Therapist workshop presented to community Licensed Professional Counselors, Texas.

Carney, M. (July, 2011). Setting Professional Boundaries. Teacher workshop presented to the school counselors of Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD and Hurst Euless Bedford ISD, Texas.

Carney, M. (April, 2011). Substance Abuse- Past Verses the Present. Keynote speaker to the school counselors of Springtown ISD, Texas.

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