Clarke MD is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Gastroenterology Emeritus and Assistant Director at the Center for Ethics at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU).He is board-certified in Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine and practiced Gastroenterology in Portland, Oregon from 1984 to 2009.She taught Pathophysiology and Psychopharmacology for the ASU DBH Program, where she received outstanding student ratings and was considered a favorite Professor.
Under Janet’s direction, The Nicholas & Dorothy Cummings Foundation has sponsored many projects aimed at furthering the integration of behavioral health into primary care medicine, including The Cummings Psyche Award (the premier scientific award in the mental health field, with a ,000 prize) and the launching of the first Doctor of Behavioral Health (DBH) Program at Arizona State University.Janet is the author of over two dozen journal articles and book chapters, and she has co-authored or co-edited ten books with her father.During that time he diagnosed and treated over 7000 PPD patients.His book for patients with PPD, , was praised as “truly remarkable” by a past president of the American Psychosomatic Society. Lisa Marie Jones is a Human Service Board Certified Practitioner with the CCE and earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Services from University of Phoenix, a Master of Education in Counseling and Human Relations from Northern Arizona University, and a Doctorate in Behavioral Health from Arizona State University.During her Bachelor’s and Master’s studies, Janet owned and operated a sewing business and taught English as a Second Language.
While at the School of Professional Psychology, Janet participated in an experimental program aimed at preparing students for the possibility of prescription privileges for psychologists.
She enjoys teaching and the lifelong pursuit of learning and by facilitating and developing courses for CGI, she has been able to accomplish both. Stephen Lee is a practicing Physician Associate (PA) and is a Doctor of Behavioral Health. His teaching appointments include serving as an adjunct professor for Quinnipiac University and Bay Path University teaching behavioral medicine to physician assistant students. Determined not to be a mental health professional, she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Pre-med (with a minor in Genetics/Molecular Biology) and Linguistics (with a Classical Greek minor).
He holds 20 years of experience in medicine and behavioral health including serving in the United States military in both the U. He also teaches psychopharmacology and medical pathophysiology for the Doctor of Behavioral Health Program at the Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Sciences. She went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Linguistics, with a Psycholinguistics emphasis, before deciding to earn a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the School of Professional Psychology at Wright State University, which she completed in 1992.
In this experimental program, she took the same Pharmacology and Psychopharmacology classes as students in Wright State University’s medical school.
Because of her Pre-med background, she excelled in her Pharmacology studies, as well as in Biological Psychology and Neuranatomy/Neurology.
She served as adjunct professor at both the University of Nevada, Reno and The Forest Institute of Professional Psychology in Springfield, MO.