EDUCATION

 

2011                                        Psy.D., Clinical Psychology. Nova Southeastern University, Fort-Lauderdale, FL

 

2009                                        M.S., Clinical Psychology. Nova Southeastern University, Fort-Lauderdale, FL

 

2002                                        M.S., English Education. Nova Southeastern University, Fort-Lauderdale, FL

                       

1991                                        B.A., English/Gifted Education. Fairmont State University, Fairmont, WV

 

CURRENT POSITION

 

2012-Present                           Private Practice, Gina Joy-Reyes, Psy.D., PLLC

                                              License #: PY8687

                                              Davie, FL

           

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

 

2012-2013                               Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Weston Psych Care            

                                              Weston, FL 

 

2011-2012                               Postdoctoral Fellow, Miami Diagnostic & Psychiatric Center

                                              Miami, FL

                                       

2010–2011                              Psychology Intern, The Renfrew Center for Eating Disorders of Florida

                                              The South Florida Consortium Internship Program

                                    

2008-2009                               Practicum Therapist, Program for the Seriously Emotionally Disturbed

                                              Nova Southeastern University

                                              

2007-2010                               Practicum Therapist, Intensive Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Center

                                              Nova Southeastern University

 

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:        

 

2007-2009                               Doctoral Major Paper, A Cross-Cultural Examination of the Father

                                              Nova Southeastern University                                     

                                                           

2006-2010                               Investigator, Trauma Resolution Integration Program

                                              Nova Southeastern University                                        

                 

2008-2009                               Investigator, Emergent Literacy Program

                                              Nova Southeastern University

 

2005-2006                              Research Assistant, Neuropsychology Lab

                                             Florida Atlantic University

                                      

 

2005-2006                              Research Assistant, Mathematical Learning Disabilities Lab

                                             Florida Atlantic University

                                         

 

PRESENTATIONS:

 

Joy-Reyes, G. (2013).  Fundamentals of Psychodynamic Therapy. Invited lecture presented at Barry University to the Counseling Internship class of the Education Department, Miami Shores, Florida.

 

 

PAPERS:

 

Castillo, Y., Morrow, J., Joy-Reyes, G., & Gold, S. N.  (November, 2009).  Attachment, dissociation

and symptom reporting in outpatient survivors of childhood abuse.  Paper presented at the

International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD), Washington, DC.

 

Joy-Reyes, G., Castillo, Y., & Morrow, J. (November, 2009).  Transference-focused therapy with a

            veteran presenting with alexithymia and depersonalization.  Paper presented at the International

Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD), Washington, DC.

 

Gold, S. N., Castillo, Y., Morrow, J., & Joy-Reyes, G.  (November, 2009).  Dissociation and sexual

addiction and compulsivity in outpatient survivors of childhood sexual abuse.  Paper presented at the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD), Washington, DC.

           

Rosselli, M. & Joy-Reyes, G. (2006). The Influence of Alcohol in the Improvement of Memory among

 Cocaine Dependents. Presented at the Association of Psychological Science in New York,

New York.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

 

2011-2012                              Educational Consultant, Educational Endeavors

                                             Miami, FL                                                                  

 

2008-2009                              Adjunct Psychology Instructor, Clinical Interviewing, Nova Southeastern University                                                                                                                     

2007-2009                              Guest Psychology Lecturer, Psychology of Women, Barry University

                                              

2007                                      Teaching Assistant, Nova Southeastern University  

                                             Intelligence Testing with Lab, Graduate Course, NSU                                                         

                                  

2002-2003                              English Instructor, Broward College

                                             Davie, FL

                           

1994-2002                              Gifted Language Arts/Social Studies Teacher, Pines Middle School  

                                             Pembroke Pines, FL                                      

ACCREDIATIONS:

            Psychoanalyst, American Psychoanalytic Society

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:         

 

            American Psychoanalytic Society

            Florida Psychoanalytic Center

            Southeast Florida Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology (SEFAPP)

            American Psychological Association

                        Division 12, Clinical Psychology

                        Division 39, Psychoanalytic Psychology

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:                                

 

2012-2013          Evaluator, Conducted Pro-Bono immigration psychological

                         Evaluations for clients referred through the Immigration Clinic

                         and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

 

 

2005-2006           Liaison, Florida Atlantic University, Department of Psychology

                          Acted as a liaison between Florida Atlantic University and

                          participating schools to set up research sessions.

 

HONORS and AWARDS:

 

2006                   Researcher of the Year Award Neuropsychology Lab at Florida

                          Atlantic University (FAU)

 

CERTIFICATES:

 

 

2007-2009          Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Course (PPC)     

                          Awarded by The Florida Psychoanalytic Society, Coral Gables, FL

                          Course Director: Lynne Harkless, Ph.D.

 

1994                   State of Florida Teaching Certificate

                          English (6-12) & Gifted Endorsement (6-12)