Charles Borduin

Education

  • M.S. University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee
    Major Area: Child Clinical Psychology
  • Ph.D. University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee
    Major Area: Child Clinical Psychology
  • Rutgers Medical School Clinical Psychology Internship, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Piscataway, NJ

Teaching and Administrative Positions

  • 8/82 - present
    Assistant to Full Professor of Psychological Sciences, University of Missouri-Columbia.
  • 10/99 - present
    Affiliated Faculty member, Graduate School of Public Affairs, University of Missouri-Columbia
  • 6/83 - present
    Director, Missouri Delinquency Project, Columbia, MO.
  • 8/84 - 8/87
    Director, Psychological Services Clinic, Department of Psychological Sciences, University of Missouri-Columbia.

Other Professional Activities

  • Consultant, Connecticut Center for Effective Practice (4/03 - present)
  • Consultant, Colorado MST Support Services (9/02 - present)
  • Consultant, Ohio Center for Innovative Practices (6/02 - present)
  • Task Force on Juvenile Sexual Offending, National Adolescent Perpetration Network (6/01 - present)
  • Consultant, Richmond Fellowship New Zealand (6/01 - 6/04)
  • Consultant, Western Australia Deparment of Health; Western Australia Metropolitan Mental Health Service (5/01 - 5/04)
  • Consultant, New Zealand Department of Child, Youth, and Family Services; New Zealand Department of Corrections; New Zealand Ministry of Youth Affairs (7/00 - 12/01)
  • Scientific Advisory Committee, International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (5/00 - present)
  • Member, Focus Group on Juvenile Sex Offenders, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, U.S. Department of Justice (3/00 - 3/06).
  • Organizing Committee, International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (8/98 - 5/00).
  • Member, Planning Group on Children in the Legal System, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (8/95 - 8/98)
  • Member, Task Force on Innovative Models for Service Delivery in Clinical Child Psychology, American Psychological Association (7/92 - 2/95)
  • Member, Working Group on Practice Implications of Child Abuse and Neglect Issues, American Psychological Association (5/92 - 12/97)
  • Chair, Research Committee, Division of Family Psychology, American Psychological Association (9/91 - 8/99)
  • Member, Workgroup on Family Intervention Research, National Institute of Mental Health Psychotherapy and Rehabilitation Research Consortium (7/90 - 6/91)
  • Licensed Psychologist and Health Service Provider, State of Missouri (12/84 - present)
  • Clinical Supervisor, Missouri Delinquency Project (6/83 - present)
  • Practicum Supervisor, Psychological Services Clinic, University of Missouri-Columbia (9/82 - present)
  • Consultant to other state and federal agencies (9/82 - present)

Awards, Fellowships, and Research Support

  • National Institute of Mental Health Predoctoral Fellowship, 1981.
  • Summer Research Fellowship from the University of Missouri-Columbia, 1983.
  • Federal (NIMH, NIAAA), state, and other research grants have provided continuous support for my research program since 1983.
  • Appointed to Doctoral Faculty, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1985.
  • Distinguished Alumnus Award, University of Memphis, 1997.
  • William T. Kemper Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2003.