Carol A. Deel, PhD, LCPC, LCMFT
101 South Main Street, Suite 307 (410) 879-2470 (v)
Bel Air, Maryland 21014 (410) 838-3924 (f)
Clinical Director, CAROL A. DEEL & ASSOCIATES, P.A., 1986 to present. Provide individual, marital and family therapy services to adults and children. Assist clients to identify personal and interactive problems and to achieve effective personal, marital and family development and adjustment. Provide the following consulting services:
Psychotherapist, Various Managed Care Organizations, Preferred Provider Organizations and Health Maintenance Organizations, 1988 to present. Provide individual, marital and family counseling services to adults and children. Assist clients to identify personal and interactive problems and to achieve effective personal, marital and family development and adjustment.
Employee Assistance Counselor, Various Employee Assistance Programs, 1986 to present. Provide evaluations and recommendations to employees who are enrolled in Employee Assistance Programs. In some cases provide individual, marital and family counseling services to adults and children. Assist clients to identify personal and interactive problems and to achieve effective personal, marital and family development and adjustment on a short term basis.
Clinical Director, THE RAGE AND ANGER NEUTRALIZATION TRAINING (RANT) PROGRAM, 2001 to present. Provide evaluations and psychoeducational instruction so participants can learn how to understand, manage and take personal responsibility for their anger. Participants also learn problem solving and coping skills.
Clinical Director, BAY AREA SEXUAL ABUSE TREATMENT CENTER, 1985 to present. Conduct forensic assessments, evaluations, and intense sex offender treatment, including development and implementation of treatment plans; conduct individual and group therapy with adults and juveniles referred by the judiciary for sexual crimes. Conduct and prepare diagnostic evaluations for case management, community corrections, Parole Board, and other community agencies. Collect data about individuals through interviews and forensic reports. Identify possible causes of problems and determine the effectiveness of group or individual therapy with each.
Clinical Director, HARFORD COUNTY SEXUAL DISORDERS GROUP, 1985 to present. Conduct forensic assessments, evaluations, and intense sex offender treatment, including development and implementation of treatment plans; conduct individual and group therapy with adults and juveniles referred by the judiciary for sexual crimes. Conduct and prepare diagnostic evaluations for case management, community corrections, Parole Board, and other community agencies. Collect data about individuals through interviews and forensic reports. Identify possible causes of problems and determine the effectiveness of group or individual therapy with each. Conduct COMET Team Meetings. Lead five therapy groups and co-lead one group.
Adjunct Professor, UNIVERSITY OF THE CUMBERLANDS, Williamsburg, Kentucky [on-line], January 2014 to present. Teaching online using Blackboard platform. Teaching in the Department of Psychology; teaching Introduction to Counseling and Counseling Psychology.
Adjunct Professor, LOYOLA UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, Timonium, Maryland, January 2015 to December 2015. Teaching in the Department of Education; teaching Marriage and Family Therapy and Techniques of Counseling.
Adjunct Professor, COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE COUNTY-Dundalk, 2005 to 2010. Taught Family Counseling course (CMDP 210-001) through the Chemical Dependency Program.
Forensic Counselor, OPEN DOORS REACH PROGRAM, 1988 to 2000. Provide individual therapy with adult females who are involved in the criminal justice system, who are on parole, probation or who have been incarcerated. Develop individual treatment plans, collect data through interviews and forensic reports. Assist clients to identify personal, interactive and criminal problems and help them find ways modify their behavior.
Academy Counselor, NATIONAL CIVILIAN COMMUNITY CORPS, 1995 to 1999. Provide individual and group guidance services relative to problems of personal-social nature to members of the Corps.
Clinical Coordinator, HARFORD COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT-HARFORD COUNTY DETENTION CENTER, 1989 to 1996. Conducted interviews with identified inmates to recommend services within the Detention Center. Researched and coordinated treatment options in the community. Also, recommended disposition upon release. Counseled with individuals to assist them in gaining insight into personal problems, defining goals, as well as planning and implementing action for the future.
Psychological Consultant, MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE, 1981 to 1992. Through psychological assessments developed and implemented treatment plans. Provided individual, marital, group and family therapy to children, adolescence and adults as well as inmates at the Harford County Detention Center. Was the Harford County representative to the State of Maryland Community Re-entry Program for the Chronically Mentally Ill.
Psychiatric Emergency Room Technician, FALLSTON GENERAL HOSPITAL, 1987 to 1988 (on-call). Provided psychiatric evaluations on an emergency basis. Interviewed patients and developed treatment plans and dispositions.
University of the Cumberlands, Williamsburg, Kentucky, January 2014 to present
Counseling Psychology and Introduction to Counseling teaching online
Loyola University, Timonium, Maryland, January 2015 to December 2015.
Family Therapy and Techniques of Counseling
Community College of Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland
Family Counseling, Spring 2005 to present, 3 semester hours
Hebron Bible Institute, Taquara, Brazil.
Biblical Counseling, May 2-29, 1990. The course was 60 hours long equal to three semester hours.
Biblical Counseling, May 5-29, 1992. The course was 60 hours long equal to three semester hours.
Biblical Counseling, April 23-May 11, 1994. Was a guest lecturer 20 hours of classroom time.
Capella University, 225 South 6th Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota: Doctor of Philosophy: General Psychology, March 31, 2014 – Graduation with Distinction
Loyola College of Baltimore 4501 Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland: Master of Science: Counseling Psychology, May 31, 1982
Towson State University 8000 York Road, Towson, Maryland 21204: Bachelor of Science: Psychology, 5/31/1978
Harford Community College Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, Maryland 21015: Associate of Art: General Studies, 5/31/1974
LICENSE AND CERTIFICATION
State of Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists: Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) #LC0045
State of Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists: Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist (LCMFT) LCM012
State of Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists: Approved LCPC Supervisor
State of Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists: Approved LCMFT Supervisor
State of Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists: Approved Alcohol and Drug Supervisor
National Board of Certified Counselors: National Certified Counselor (N.C.C.) #16746
Association for the Treatment of Sex Abusers (ATSA), Clinical Member
State Public Policy Representative, 2007 to 2013
Middle Atlantic Division – Association for the Treatment of Sex Abusers (MARATSA)
President – January 1, 2020 to present
President-Elect – January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2019
Area 2 Representative, 2013 to December 31, 2017
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Clinical Fellow since 1991
Mid-Atlantic Division- Immediate Past President, 1/1/2005 to 12/31/2006
President, 1/1/2003 to 12/31/2004
President Elect, 2001 to 2003
Legislative Chair, 1999 to 2001
Legislative Co-Chair, 1998 to 1999
Circuit Court Criminal Justice Advisory Committee
Harford County Sex Offender Containment Committee
Treatment Provider, October 2006 to present
Cecil County Sex Offender Containment Committee
Treatment Provider, February 2007 to present
Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists
Chairperson 2012 to 2017
Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist Representative 2011 to 2017 Legislation and Regulations Committee Chairperson, 2011 to 2017
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Representative 2005 to 2009
Credentialing Committee 2005 to 2009
Community College of Baltimore, Member of the Program Review Advisory Committee for the
Department of Business and Social Service’s Chemical Dependency Program, September 2006 to 2008.
Central Maryland Sexual Abuse Task Force
Chair, 1991 to 1993
Vice-Chair, 1997 to 1999
Secretary, 1989 to 1991
Chairperson Membership Committee, 1993 to present
Member of the Clinical Committee, 1989 to present
Albright, B., & Deel, C. A. (Eds.). (1991). Intra-Familial sexual abuse treatment guidelines. Bel Air, MD: Central Maryland Sexual Abuse Treatment Task Force.
Deel, C. A. (1997). The safety club [e-book] to order contact Dr. Deel at [email protected] A children’s book with addendum for parents, teachers and guardians concerning child abuse and personal safety. Bel Air, Maryland: Carol A. Deel.
Deel, C. A. (2014). The experience of providing therapy services to sex abusers. ProQuest Theses and Dissertations, you can find it here Click here
Deel, C. A., & Hammond, J.A. (1990). A model for mental health services in a local jail. In E.L. Watts (Ed.), The State of Corrections: Proceedings American Correctional Association Annual Conferences 1990 (pp. 273-278). Washington, DC: St. Mary's Press.
Deel, C. A., & Hammond, J.A. (1991). A model for mental health services in a local jail. In E.L. Watts (Ed.) Correctional Issues: Jails (pp.83-88). Washington, D.C.: St. Mary's Press.
Capella University, March 2014, The experience of providing therapy services to sex abusers.
Sexual Disorders Testimony, Harford County Circuit Court, 1987 to present. As a therapist, working with the Harford County Sexual Disorders Group and the Bay Area Sex Abuse Treatment Center, have testified in approximately 60 cases. Worked with approximately 575 cases.
Vocational Expert Witness, United States Department Of Health And Human Services, Social Security Administration, Office Of Hearings And Appeals, 1986 to 1990. Provided vocational testimony: evaluated skill level of claimant's prior occupations, the ability to transfer those skills to other occupations of lesser exertional levels, and responded to various vocational questions posed by claimant's attorney and Administrative Law Judge, prepared testimony on approximately 75 cases, testified in approximately 50.
Vocational Expert Witness, State Of Maryland And Colorado Worker's Compensation Commission, 1985 to 1988. Provided vocational testimony on approximately 25 Workers’ Compensation cases. Testified to the actions taken in each individual case.
American Red Cross – Recognized for serving for 40 years on March 28, 2017
State of Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, Jr. – Governor’s Citation, which reads in part, “Be it known: Because of your demonstration of high integrity and ability, meriting our great trust and respect we are most pleased to award you the Governor’s Citation in appreciation of your outstanding service to the citizens of this state” 2017
State of Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene – Certificate of Appreciation, which reads in part, “Recognition of your eight years of devoted service to the citizens of Maryland. Your acceptance of responsibility and cooperative attitude has earned you the respect and friendship of your fellow workers as well as contributed to the level of excellence achieved by the Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists” 2017
State of Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene – Certificate of Appreciation, which reads in part, “Recognition of your four years of devoted service to the citizens of Maryland. The Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists acknowledges and thanks you for your significant impact on the quality of the practice of counseling and therapy, for your innovative contributions while serving as a member of the board as well as various committees.”
US Senate Barbara A. Mikulski, Certificate of Appreciation, which reads in part “Your Outstanding Commitment to the mission and values of the [Women’s] Commission - and your leadership role in ensuring equality and justice for women.” 2005
County Executive's Citation-, which reads in part, “Outstanding service and contribution to the Harford County Commission for Women. . .Harford County is proud to have such a dedicated individual who is willing to give so much of their time, dedication and commitment/support to work with women to help them reach their goals and realize their dreams” 2005
Named one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women for 2005. This award was created to recognize the outstanding achievements of professional women who reside or work in Maryland. This is an annual award program recognizing one hundred of Maryland's leading women who are making an impact on our state and who also have contributed to bettering the communities in which they work and live. They also play an active role in mentoring the younger generation.
American Red Cross, George Lassen Disaster Mental Health Services Award for the Central Maryland Chapter, 2005
Harford County’s “Most Beautiful People” nomination. Each year Harford County seeks to recognize “our unsung heroes and heroines.” The nomination, in part says, “Your selfless contributions to the welfare of others” 2005
Harford Habitat for Humanity’s Golden Hammer Volunteer Award, 2005
COMMUNITY SERVICES ACTIVITIES
American Red Cross-Central Maryland Chapter
Volunteer, 1965 to present
Disaster Mental Health Team
Disaster Mental Health Fundamentals Trainer
Disaster Mental Health
Psychological First Aid
Integrated Care and Condolence Team Trainer
Awarded the “Rookie of the Year Award” 1996
George Lassen Disaster Mental Health Award 2005
Mental Health Dispatcher, 2004-2006
Disaster Action Team
Services to the Armed Forces (SAF)
Reconnection Workshop Facilitator – Adult ad Children
Reconnection Workshop Facilitator Trainer
It Is Well International, Inc. (Drills freshwater wells in Africa, 67 water projects to date)
President and CEO, January 13, 2013 to present
Coordinator of wells in Nigeria and Malawi, Africa we also drill wells in Uganda and Zambia
Centre United Methodist Church
Harford County Habitat for Humanity
Construction Committee, 2003 to 2017
Safety Sub-committee, Chairperson
Strategic Planning Committee, January 2008 to 2017
On-site work supervisor House #20, #23, 32
Worked on houses 14, 16, 17, 18 and Liaison for #30, worked on many more
Golden Hammer Award (Volunteering at least 1000 hours), 2005
Harford County Commission for Women, 1999 to 2017
Chairperson, 1999 to 2004
Member-at-Large, 2004 to 2006
Ex-officio Member 2006 to present
Caring Hands, Inc.
Board of Trustee’s, Vice President-Treasurer, 2002 to present
Board of Trustee's, Community Advisor-Professional, 1990 to 2002
Human Rights Committee, 1990 to present
Sub-Committee: Sexuality Policy
Nova Esperança, Inc. (agency who refurbishes computers and donates to Non-profits)
Board of Directors, Vice President, 2003 to present
Seven Mile Walk With Jesus (formally known as Maryland Emmaus)
Community Lay Director 1/1/2016 to 12/31/2016
Assistant Community Lay Director 1/1/2015 to 12/31/2015
Rector for Maryland Emmaus #88
Member of many teams
Kairos of Maryland
Secretary, 2007 to March 2008
Chairperson, March 2008 to 2013
Maryland Kairos Outside (Prison Ministry)
State of Maryland Planning Board
Observing Leader #1, November 2005
Leader, July 2006
Advising Leader, 2007
Music Director, 2010
Harford County Mental Health and Addictions Advisory Board, 1996 to 2004
Chairperson, 2000 to 2004
Member, 1996 to 2004
Lay Director, 2000 to 2001
Assistant Lay Director, 1999 to 2000
Rector for Maryland Chrysalis #25, member of 5 teams
Interagency Task Force for Children of Chemically Dependant Parents, 1988 to 1999
Harford County Detention Center
Professional Advisory Board
Women's Program Committee
Expansion Project Advisory Board
Harford Council of Community Services
President, 1993 to 1996
Interim President, 1998-1999
Immediate Past President, 1996 to 1997 and 1999 to 2000
Membership Chair, 1997 to 1999
Chair, Nominating Committee, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998
Chair, Bi-Laws Revision Committee, 1993
Freedom Road Productions (Non-profit Music Production Company)
Member-at-Large, 2002 to 2006
Harford County Consortium on Disabilities
Chair, July 1995 to 1997
Medical Committee Chair, 1992-1995
Healthy Harford Community Action Team, Substance Abuse Sub-Committee, November 1997 to 1999
National Civilian Community Corps, member of the Community Working Group, 1994-1999
Chesapeake Sailing Association
Commodore, 1994 to 1997
United Way of Central Maryland Needs Assessment Committee, also member of the Health and Social Issues Sub-Committee, 1994
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