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LICENSURE

Licensed Psychologist, State of Texas, # 33637

Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider, State of Texas, # 99176

EDUCATION

2005 Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas

1999 M.S., Clinical Psychology, Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas

1996 B.A., Bible/General Studies, Psychology, Cincinnati Christian University, Cincinnati, Ohio

CLINICAL EXPERIENCES

2011 – Present Psychologist, Altman Psychological Services, PLLC, Fort Worth, TX

2009 – 2011 Psychologist, Private Practice, Fort Worth, TX

2007 – 2010 Adjunct Faculty, UT Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Dallas, TX

2005 – 2010 Psychologist, Dallas County Juvenile Department, Dallas, TX

2003 – 2005 Clinical Director, Center for Therapeutic Change, Arlington, TX

2002 – 2003 Psychology Intern, Federal Medical Center – Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX

TRAININGS/OUTREACH

(Previous four years)

Altman, D. (September, 2013). Supervising youth with sexual offending histories. Specialized Alternative for Families and Youth: SAFY of Texas, Arlington, TX

Atman, D. (July, 2013). Sexual Behavior among children and adolescents: What’s normal, odd, and dangerous? Specialized Alternative for Families and Youth: SAFY of Texas, Arlington, TX

Altman, D. (December, 2012). Psychological Evaluations: How psychologists can assist in your criminal case. 5th Annual Hal Jackson “Jolly Rogers” Memorial Seminar, Denton, TX

Fallis, E., & Altman, D. (November, 2011). Capital murder, competence to stand trial, and mental retardation. Texas Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX

Altman, D. (September, 2011). A brief overview of adult and juvenile sex offender risk assessments. Tarrant County Bar Association (Juvenile Committee) and Eldon B. Mahon Inn of Court, Fort Worth, TX

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS

American Psychological Association
APA Division 41: American Psychology-Law Society

Texas Psychological Association
TPA Division: Forensic Practice Division

Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers

Society for Police and Criminal Psychology