Consulting for the family, preschools, and young children

PROFESSIONAL RESUME OF

MARJORIE A. HAMPTON, LMSW-ACP

EDUCATION

Master of Science in Social Work, 1987 University of Texas at Arlington
Concentration: direct practice
Thesis Topic: childhood stress/dysfunctional behavior

Bachelor of Science, 1956
Kansas State University, Manhattan Kansas
Major: elementary education

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Therapist. Private Practice
Individual and family counseling, play therapy, divorce adjustment.
Court experience in custody issues related to divorce.
(1995 – present)

Consultant/Trainer. Hampton & Associates
Early Childhood specialty for training school directors and staff.
(June 2005 – present)

Therapist. First Presbyterian Church (private practice)
Individual and family counseling, play therapy, divorce adjustment.
(December 1990 – May 31, 2005 part-time)

Therapist. North Texas Counseling and Training Center, Arlington.
Individual and family counseling, play therapy, divorce adjustment.
(September 1993 – May 1994 part-time)

Therapist. Fourth Street Counseling and Training Center, Arlington.
Parent education, filial and child therapy. Lead affective communication,
self-esteem, and divorce adjustment groups for children.
(January 1988 – December 1991 part-time)

Consultant/Trainer. Resource various church housed child care programs providing information and experience to assist in assuring quality care. Conducts training sessions/seminars for community organizations including Child Care Management Services, Greater Dallas Council of Churches, and parent support groups.
(1990 -- Present)

Director. First Presbyterian Preschool/Kindergarten (Arlington). Responsible for the program development and administration of a child care facility. Responsibilities included: budget development/implementation, personnel management, oversight of maintaining the NAEYC Accreditation standards. Retired May 31,2005.
(June 1979 -- May 2005 full-time)

Social Work Intern. Fourth Street Project, Arlington. Assisted in the development of a therapeutic preschool. Play therapy with individual children.
(September 1986 – June 1987)

Social Work Intern. Community Service Clinic, University of Texas -Arlington.
Individual, family, and play therapy.
(June 1987 - December 1987)

Teacher. First Presbyterian Preschool/Kindergarten Arlington. Responsible for
Development of developmentally appropriate curriculum and implementation of same. (September 1970 – May 1979)

OTHER

Developed program material for affective communication, self-esteem, and divorce adjustment groups for children. Fourth Street Project.
(December 1988 -- June 1989)

Lead seminars in therapy with children, specifically play therapy, to students in social work graduate program. Community Service Clinic, UTA.
(November 1989 -- 1991)

Presenter at National Association for Education of Young Children (NAEYC) annual conferences and annually as proposals are accepted at local, state, and national levels. (1986 -- 2004)

PUBLISHED WORK

Author of Affective Communication Curriculum in Starbound life-skill
training group.

One of five authors of Congregations and Child Care: A Self Study which
was developed as a project of The Ecumenical Child Care Network in
cooperation with the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs,
a division of the National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Authored “Limiting Superhero Play”, published in Texas Child Care Quarterly,
Winter 1995.

Authored "Hold-a Me Mommy", published in Positive Parenting magazine, May 2001

Website in development: www.believeinfamily.com. (July 2005 to present)
Will contains about 100 articles about family, children, etc. that I have written.

Author of chapter on diversity in book, Faith and Children, to be published soon.

MEMBERSHIPS

National Association for Social Workers (NASW)

National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)

Ecumenical Child Care Network (ECCN)

Association of Play Therapists (APT)

Arlington Child Care Council (ACCC)

PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES AND TRAINING

National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) national conferences annually 1983 -- 2005.

Local Association for the Education of Young Children AEYC events as available.

Various seminars for therapists throughout the year. (I am required to have 30 hours of CEUs each year to maintain my Licensed Master of Social Work-Applied Clinical Practice certification.)

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