Captains Career Course (branch and area of concentration track)
Behavioral Health Science Consultation Course Manager
Embedded Behavioral Health Course
Brigade Health Care Provider Course (Behavioral Health Officer track)
Various teach-ins to Physicians assistant and Nurse Practitioner courses
University of Maryland, Extension Campus Sept 2011-Apr 2012
Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality
OTHER RELEVANT WORK EXPEREINCE:
Turning Point Counseling and Education Services April 2005-Aug 2007
US Army Health Professions Scholarship AY 2006-2010
Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM-Mitchell and Everly Model)
Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PET)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Combat and Operational Stress Control (COSC)
Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicide (CAMS)
MILITARY SPECIFIC TRAINING:
Instructor Training Course
ITC-Required for instructor positions with AMEDD C&S
Behavioral Science Consultation Team
BSCT—an operational assignment performed in a national security setting
Basic Officer Leader Course
BOLC—the entry level officer course upon being commissioned
Captains Career Course
CCC—second level officer course, required for promotion to Major
OTHER RELEVANT ASSIGNMENTS/SPECIAL DUTIES:
Subject matter expert (SME) for Fort Hood, Texas providers to learn and consult/train on Command Directed Behavioral Health Evaluations
CDBHE—these are quasi-forensic evaluations of soldiers at the request of command seeking questions about fitness for duty.
Completed 20 Rules for Court Martial 706 (RCM 706) evaluations while part of the regular rotation for these.
These are court-ordered sanity/forensic evaluations for defendants making an insanity plea.
Sleep SME for Army Performance Triad “Train the Trainer” program at AMEDD Center and School.
Conducted several years supervising interns/unlicensed mental health providers while stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. This was an additional assigned duty as I was the senior psychologist on Fort Hood. It was my job to assist unlicensed psychologist complete their dissertations and complete the licensing process in order for them to be world-wide deployable.
DEFENSE MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL (DMSM)
MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL w 1 OAK LEAF CLUSTER (MSM)
ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL w 1 OAK LEAF CLUSTER (ARCOM)
ARMY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL (AAM)
Paine, C.M., Klajic, D.S., (2016, September). A Retrospective Epidemiologic Study on Prevalence and Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) in U.S. Service Members. Paper presented at the 4th Annual Military Social Work Conference, Austin, TX.
Crawford, E.F., Rosen, C.S., Fitt, J, Klajic, D.S., Franco, Z, & Goodwin, M. (2007, August). Telephone Case Monitoring for Veterans with PTSD. In C.S. Rosen, (Chair), Using Innovative Technologies to Expand Access to PTSD Treatment. Paper presented at the 115th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.
Beutler, L. E., Clinton, D. Gierlach, E., & Klajic, D. S. (2008). Evidence-based and empirically supported treatments. In Leong, F. T. (Editor-in-Chief), Tinsley, H. E. A., & Lease, S. H. (Volume Editors). Encyclopedia of Counseling: Volume 2. Personal/Emotional Counseling and Mental Health (pp. 589-592). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.