The Fowler Institute

The Fowler Institute
501-664-6632
415 N. McKinley, Ste. 500
Little Rock, AR 72205
US
info@thefowlerinstitute.com
Joyce Fowler, PhD

CURRICULUM VITAE
 
 
Joyce Fowler, Ph.D.
 
415 N. McKinley
Suite 500
Little Rock, AR72205
 
Office: 501-664-6632 
FAX:  501-664-1441
 

Education:
 
Degrees Awarded:
 
2002 Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Fielding Graduate Institute
 
1997 M.A., Clinical Psychology, Fielding Graduate Institute
 
1985 M.S.W., Clinical Social Work, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
 
1978 B.S., Psychology, University of Arkansas at Monticello
 
Clinical Practicums/Internship/Fellowship:
 
2002-2003 Post Doctoral Fellowship, TimberRidgeNeuroRehabilitationCenter, Benton, AR
 
1999-2000 Clinical Psychology Internship, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR
 
1993-1995 Clinical Psychology Practicum, The BridgeWayHospital, North Little Rock, AR
 
1984-1985 Social Work Practicum, Arkansas Rehabilitation Institute, Little Rock, AR
 
1983-1984 Social Work Practicum, Delta Counseling&Associates, Monticello, AR
 
1977-1978 Psychology Practicum, Delta Counseling&Associates, Monticello, AR
 
1977-1978 Psychology Practicum, Suspected Child Abuse & Neglect (SCAN) Services, Monticello, AR
 
 
Licensures/Certifications:
 
Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Number 03-13-P, September 19, 2003 to present
 
Licensed Certified Social Worker, State of Arkansas, Number C-663, November 18, 1987 to present
 
Connective Leadership Certified Practitioner, Connective Leadership Institute, February 23, 2009 to present
 
Publications:
 
Fowler, J. (2006). Psycho-neurobiology of co-occurring trauma and addictions. In B. Carruth (Ed.), Psychological Trauma and Addiction TreatmentNew YorkHaworth Press.  
 
Sherman AC, Simonton S, Latif U, Fowler J, Suen K.  Exploring religious social support and beliefs/practices among breast cancer patients: associations with adjustment.  (abstract) Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2002;24 (Suppl):S172.
 
Sherman AC, Latif U, Simonton S, Fowler J, Suen K.  Religious faith and adjustment to breast cancer.  (abstract) Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2002;24 (Suppl):S172.
 
Simonton S, Sherman AC, Fowler J, Suen K, Adams D, LatifU.  Process dimensions of group treatment for breast cancer patients.  (abstract) Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2002; 24 (Suppl):S172.
 
Fowler, J. A. (2002). Dimensions of attachment: An exploration of relationships among attachment, distress, and quality of life in women with breast cancer. Fielding Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, CA.
 
Fowler, J. A. (2002). Informed intervention: An integration of empirical research with clinical practice methodology. Manuscript in preparation.
 
Simonton, S., Sherman, A. C., Adams, D. C., & Fowler, J. (2000). Barriers to support services for cancer patients. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 22(Suppl. S196).
 
Fowler, J. (1985). The effectiveness of assertiveness training in decreasing anxiety and pain behavior in chronic pain patients. Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, AR.  
 
Professional Positions:
 
Current Position:
 
1988-present Private Practitioner and President, The Fowler Institute, Joyce Fowler, P.A., Little Rock, Arkansas
 
Previous Positions:
1986-1990 Senior Clinician, Southwest E.A.P., Little Rock, Arkansas
 
1986 E.A.P. Counselor (part-time), Human Affairs International, Houston, Texas
 
1985-1986 Counseling Specialist III, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas
 
1985 Renal Social Worker, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas
 
1980-1984 Youth/Family Counselor, Delta Counseling&Associates, Monticello, Arkansas
 
Volunteer Positions:
 
1978-1979 Lay Therapist (part-time), SCAN Services, Monticello, Arkansas
 
1978-1980 Group Facilitator (part-time), Parents Anonymous Support Group, Wilmar, AR
 
Committee Assignments/Board Positions:
 
2010 Board Member/ President, Arkansas Psychological Association, Little Rock, AR
 
2009-present, Chair, Fundraising Committee, Arkansas Psychological Association, Little Rock, AR
 
2009-present, Chair, Scholarship Committee, Arkansas Psychological Association, Little Rock, AR
 
2009-present, Arkansas Representative, Psychology in the Workplace Network (previously Business of Practice Network), American Psychological Association
 
2009 Board Member/Vice President, Arkansas Psychological Association, Little Rock, AR
 
2008 Board Member/Vice President Elect, Arkansas Psychological Association, Little Rock, AR
 
2007 Board Member/Past President, Central Arkansas Executives Association, Little Rock, AR
 
2006 President/Board Member, Central Arkansas Executives Association, Little Rock, AR
 
2004-2005 Board Member, Central Arkansas Executives Association, Little Rock, AR
 
2006-2007, Chair, LongRange Planning Committee, Arkansas Psychological Association
 
1997-1999 Member, Personnel & Finance Committee, Psychology Program Faculty, Fielding Graduate Institute
 
1997-1999 Member, Budget Committee, Planning and Advisory Council, Fielding Graduate Institute
 
1999 Member, Strategic Planning Steering Committee, Fielding Graduate Institute
 
1996-present, Chair, Scholarship Committee, Executive Women’s Network, Little Rock, AR
 
1991-1992, President/Board Member, Executive Women’s Network, Little Rock, AR
 
1989-1991, Chair, Continuing Education Committee, Arkansas Chapter, National Association of Social Workers
 
1988, Member, Continuing Education Committee, Arkansas Chapter, National Association of Social Workers
 
1988, Member, Committee on Professional Standards, Arkansas Chapter, National Association of Social Workers
 
Teaching and Curriculum Development:
 
1996, Substance Abuse & the Family (new cirriculum), Graduate School of Social Work, Little Rock, Arkansas
 
1993-1994 Graduate School of Social Work Field Instructor, The Twenty-Four Hour Center/Log House, Little Rock, Arkansas
 
1992, Occupational Social Work (graduate course), Graduate School of Social Work, Little Rock, Arkansas
 
1991, Social Work in Business & Industry (graduate course), Graduate School of Social Work, Little Rock, Arkansas
 
Numerous lectures and seminars on a variety of topics
 
Professional Affiliations:
 
Member, American Psychological Association

Member, Arkansas Psychological Association
 
Member, National Association of Social Workers
 
Member, Central Arkansas Executives Association
 
Member, Executive Women’s Network
 
Professional Interests:
 
Psychological/Neuropsychological Assessment, Psychotherapy & Consulting: providing a broad range of human services to individuals, couples, families, and groups. Special interests: behavioral medicine/health psychology, psychological/neuropsychological assessment, Post Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD), and substance abuse
 
Corporate Consulting: work-culture specific, tailored services for management and employees; leadership development
 
Teaching/training: behavioral medicine/health psychology, personality development, organization/systems dynamics, work/family life interface, substance abuse and family, professional development, leadership development, supervision
 
Research Interests: behavioral medicine/health psychology, psychological/neuropsychological assessment, personality development, attachment, social neuroscience, leadership development