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Biography
Gary earned a doctorate in educational psychology from the University of Wisconsin -- Milwaukee where he earned both graduate and undergraduate honors. He also completed his masters degree in educational psychology, a certificate program in school psychology, and a bachelors degree in curriculum and instruction. Gary has done supervised practicum experiences and/or internships in secondary education, rehabilitation counseling, school psychology, and clinical psychology.

A life-long resident of Wisconsin, Gary has taught in Milwaukee Public Schools where he also served as a school psychologist. He was director of education and training at Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin and also a national consultant on school sexuality education for the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Gary has worked in health care for over a dozen years, heading up educational and research programs, starting and managing an HIV clinic, and developing programs in mental health. Gary holds clinical positions in family medicine, psychiatry, and psychology.

A very active volunteer, Gary has also participated in several boards of directors and has taken leadership roles in counseling communities, service projects, fund development, and community organizing.

Other adventures of his include work as a dishwasher, a screw machine operator, a sales clerk in a department store, an academic advisor, a hide measurer in a tannery, a pipe organ repairer, and a singer in a paid choir. Gary has served as a union leader, florist, designer, auctioneer, psychotherapist, college instructor, consultant, and academic administrator.

Since 1983, Gary has been presenting conference workshops and designing staff training for a variety of organizations in the private and public sector. He currently works with a handful of clients a year around the U.S. with audiences ranging in size from a dozen to several hundred. Gary typically forms long-term relationships with organizations, often returning year after year to do work with teams and departments.

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Resume for Gary Hollander, Ph.D.

Gary Hollander, Ph.D.
5594 N. Hollywood, Suite 207
Milwaukee, WI 53217
Phone 414-964-0100
Fax 414-964-0600
www.garyhollander.com

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1983 - Owner, Principal Consultant
Present Gary Hollander Enterprises
  • Speak and present seminars on issues related to teamwork, mission alignment, change management, and cultural diversity
  • Consult with business organizations and non-profits in the areas of cultural diversity, team work, change management and mission alignment
  • Coach individuals to address the areas in which their person achievements fall short of their aspirations, particularly as these involve functioning in groups
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in a small, solo private practice
2000 - Aurora Health Care
2002 Administrator, Center for Urban Population Health
 
1995 - Aurora Health Care
2001 Director of Education and Outcome Evaluation
 
1994 - Sinai Samaritan Medical Center
1995 Program Manager of HIV Services
 
1991 - Sinai Samaritan Medical Center
1994 Senior Psychologist
 
1990 - UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
present Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Family Medicine
 
1987 - UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - MILWAUKEE
Present Lecturer
 
1989 - SINAI SAMARITAN MEDICAL CENTER
1990 Internship in Psychology
 
1983 - PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WISCONSIN, INC.
1986 Director of Training and Education
 
1980 - MILWAUKEE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
1981 School Psychologist
 
1970 - MILWAUKEE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
1980 Secondary Teacher

EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE

BS 1970 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee English Education
MS 1979 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Educational Psychology
Certificate 1980 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee School Psychology
Fellow 1988-90 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Educational Psychology
Intern 1989-90 Sinai Samaritan Medical Center Psychology Intern
PhD 1990 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Educational Psychology

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Consultant 2002-Present Wisconsin HIV Prevention Community Planning Council
Chair 2001-Present Board Development Committee, Wisconsin AIDS Fund
President 1998-2001 Board of Directors, Wisconsin AIDS Fund
Member 1995-1997 Board of Directors, Wisconsin AIDS Fund
Chair 1997-Present APA Division 44, Committee on Your and Families
Member 1994-1996 APA Division 44, Committee on Youth and Families
Co-Chair 1994-1995 Wisconsin HIV Planning Consortium
Co-Chair 1993-1995 Human Rights League
Trainer 1992-1994 Milwaukee Police Department Recruit Training
Volunteer 1992-1993 Full Circle, Inc.
Volunteer 1992-1994 Lesbian Alliance of Metro Milwaukee
Award 1992 AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin - Volunteer of the Year
Award 1992 Lambda Rights Network - Pacesetter of the Year
Member 1991-1996 Ryan White Consortium
Member 1991 Mayor's Blue Ribbon Commission on Police Community Relations
Member 1987-1992 AIDS Coalition of Milwaukee
Board 1989-1991 AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin
Chair 1989-1992 Development Committee, Milwaukee AIDS Project
Volunteer 1986-1996 Milwaukee AIDS Project
Member 1986-1987 Blue Ribbon Panel on Teen Pregnancy
Founder 1984-1985 Life Options Coalition of Milwaukee

AWARDS

1990-1992 UW, Milwaukee Clinical Campus, Department of Psychiatry Teaching and Excellence in Clinical Care
1992-1993 UW, Milwaukee Clinical Campus, Department of Psychiatry Teaching and Excellence in Clinical Care
1993-1994 UW, Milwaukee Clinical Campus, Department of Psychiatry Teaching and Excellence in Clinical Care
1995-1995 UW, Milwaukee Clinical Campus, Department of Psychiatry Teaching and Excellence in Clinical Care
1999 National Association of Fundraising Executives Partners in Philantrophy

PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS

  • Cohn, J., Jacobson, J. & Hollander, G.W. (2001, November). Linking Public Health and Health Policy. Poster Session presented at the Conference of the Wisconsin Institute for Public Health and Health Policy Research, Madison, WI.
  • Hollander, G.W. (2001 May). Piecing together a Health Community. Poster Session presented at the Milwaukee Health Forum, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, School of Allied Health, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Safren, S.A., Hollander, G., Hart, T.A., & Heimberg, R.G. (2001). Cognitive behavioral therapy with lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 8:214-223.
  • Hollander, G.W. (2000). Questioning youths: Challenges to working with youths forming identities. School Psychology Review, 29(2):173-179.
  • Hollander, G.W. (1999). Health promotion for GLBT youths through social network development. Paper presented at the 107th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Boston, MA.
  • Hollander, G.W. (1999). Outing Same-Sex Partner Abuse - Defining the issues. Paper presented at the 107th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Boston, MA.
  • Hollander, G.W. and Shidlo, A. (1998). Assessing internalized homophobia - New empirical findings. Paper presented at the 106th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. San Francisco, CA.
  • Hollander, G.W. & Hart, S.L. (1998) Marginalization among gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered youth, and families. Paper presented at the 106th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. San Francisco, CA.
  • Hollander, G.W. & Jordan, K.M (1997). Gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth and families - Future directions. Presented at the 105th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Chicago, IL.
  • Hollander, G.W. (1996). Psychotherapeutic implications of psychosocial stressors associated with family building activities of gay men. Paper presented at the 104th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Hollander, G.W., & Shidlo, A. (1996). Internalized homophobia, disclosure of orientation, and health variables. Paper presented at the 104th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Shidlo, A., & Hollander, G.W. (1996). Internalized homophobia: Measurement issues. Paper presented at the 104th Annual Convention at the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Hollander, G.W., & Shidlo, A. (1995). A multiaxial inventory of internalized homophobia: Results of internet and community samples. Paper presented at the 103rd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, New York, NY
  • Grade, C., & Hollander, G.W. (1993, May). The Psychiatrist in Film: The Evolution of an Archetype. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychiatric Association, San Francisco, CA
  • Hollander, G.W. (1992). ADA and AIDS/HIV disease. In Americans with Disabilities Act: Implications for Human Resource and Legal Professionals. Orlando, FL: Paul M. Deutsch
  • Hollander, G.W., & Prasse, D. (1991, August). Depression among Gay men with HIV disease. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA
  • Hollander, G.W. (1990). Psychometric indication of depression among homosexual males with HIV disease. Milwaukee, WI: University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
  • Hollander, G.W. (1989). Teens, risk behaviors, & AIDS. Milwaukee, WI: Milwaukee AIDS Project
  • Hollander, G.W. (1988). Volunteer management: Development and maintenance of volunteer programs in AIDS service organizations. Washington, D.C.: National AIDS Network
  • Hollander, G.W. (1987). The Wisconsin Experience. Emphasis. New York: Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc.
  • Hollander, G.W. (1986). A life options approach to adolescent pregnancy prevention. Review. New York: Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc.

National and Local Workshops and Contracts

Aurora Health Care, Milwaukee, WI
Center for AIDS Intervention Research, Milwaukee, WI
Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, GA
Counseling Center, Milwaukee, WI
Cumberland School, Whitefish Bay, WI
Family Therapy Institute, Santa Barbara, CA
Fox Point - Bayside School District
Friends Psychotherapy Collective, Santa Barbara, CA
Full Circle, Inc
Fulton County Government, Atlanta, GA
Georgia Department of Human Resources, Athens, GA
Germantown School District
GLSEN Leadership Institute
Greater Milwaukee Foundation
Hamilton School District, Wisconsin
Kellogg National Fellowship Program
Leadership Atlanta, Atlanta, GA
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
Midwest Conference on Adolescence
National Hemophilia Foundation, Madison, WI
National Wellness Conference, Stevens Point, WI
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin
Rape Crisis Center, Santa Barbara, CA
Regional Leadership Institute, Atlanta Regional Commission
Ryan White Consortium, Milwaukee, WI
Sheboygan Memorial Hospital, Sheboygan, WI
Sinai Samaritan Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI
Southern Wisconsin Infusion Nurses Society
The Mark Travel Corporation
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
University of Wisconsin School of Nursing
Wisconsin AIDS/HIV Program
Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services
Wisconsin Psychological Association
Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology
Wisconsin School Psychologist Association
Wiselives Health Center, Milwaukee, WI

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Representative Programs
Because each seminar or speaking engagement is tailored to the specific goals of the planning group or organization, Gary's presentations are not "canned." Rather, they are unique experiences developed with the planning that only comes from extensive discussion. Here are some representative seminars and speeches that Gary has presented arranged by general topic

Teamwork
Building a Resourceful Team
Building Effective Teacher Teams
Celebrating All Our Connections (developed in concert with Jan Singer, MSW)
Celebration in Living (developed in concert with Jan Singer, MSW)
Confronting Roadblocks in Team Work
Effective Teams that Work for YOU
Effective Community Planning
'Gator-aid: Feeding the Passion within
Managing Culturally Diverse Work Teams
Putting the Pieces Together: Self-directed Teams
Team Development

Cultural Diversity
Celebrating Cultural Diversity
Cultural Diversity in the Government Workplace
Cultural Diversity of Human Resources
Democracy and Diversity
Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Diversity
Leadership in a Changing Society: Transformation through Diversity
Living Well in a Diverse World
Valuing Diversity

Change Management
Managing Diversity of Women's Crisis Services
Orientation to Managing Diversity
Transtheoretical Model of Change

Youth
Advocating for Gay and Lesbian Youth
Future Search for Youth
Diverse and Resilient Youth
Lesbian and Gay Youth: Becoming an Informed Advocate
Risk and Resilience

Healthcare/Mental Health
Care for the Caregiver
Community Perspective on Epidemiology
Diversity: An Opportunity for Health Care Today
Gay and Lesbian Culture: The Impact on Counseling Outcomes
Gay and Lesbian Development and Mental Health
Gay and Lesbian Patients in Family Practice Settings
HIV and Mental Health: A Training for Case Managers
HIV and Mental Health: A Training for Healthcare Professionals
Mental Health Assessment and HIV Disease
Tough Topics: Taking a Sexual History
When One is Positive
Psychology and HIV: A Training for Psychologists
Psychosocial Correlates of AIDS/HIV Disease
Putting the Pieces Together: HIV and Nursing Care
Stress and Grief Relief: Self Care for Caregivers
Training the Trainers: Therapy for Those with HIV Disease

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Audio-visual Requirements
___ Quality sound system
___ Wireless lapel microphone when more than 50 participants
___ 2 easels with newsprint
___ A/v cart & extension cord
___ Overhead projector
___ Large screen for Powerpoint or overhead
___ 3 tables (one near back of room; two in the speaking area)

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Photography
If you would like to use a photograph of Gary in your promotional materials, you can simply download high-resolution, ready-to-print pictures by clicking here.

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