Faculty - Dr. Mike Shapiro

Professor of Christian Marriage, Family, and Mental Health Giles

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Education

  • University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
    • Ph.D. in Educational Psychology: June, 1984
    • Minor: Pediatric/Child Neuropsychology
    • Dissertation: Functional Lateralization and Developmental Differences in Visual Hemifield Attention.
  • University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
    • M.Ed. in School Psychology: August, 1982
  • Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida
    • B.S. in Science Education (Aviation/Aerospace): June, 1980

Professional Experience

  • 10/17-Presnt Director of Behavioral Medicine: Duke Medical School's Southern Regional Area Health Education Center, Fayetteville, North Carolina.
  • 3/88-9/17 Private practice: Michael S. Shapiro, Ph.D. and Associates, P.C., Athens, Georgia.
  • 10/96-2/13 Adjunct Faculty: Piedmont College, Demorest, Georgia.
  • 11/86 - 3/88 Clinical Neuropsychologist: Biofeedback & Stress Management Clinic, Athens, Georgia.
  • 9/85 - 11/86 Adjunct Professor: Department of Special Education, Nazareth College, Rochester, New York.
  • 1/85 - 9/86 Consulting Neuropsychologist: Onondaga-Madison Board of Cooperative Educational Services, Syracuse, New York.
  • 6/84 - 1/85 Associate Psychologist: Newark Developmental Center, Newark, New York.
  • 9/83 - 6/84 Neuropsychology Intern: Department of Neurology, Pediatric Neurology Section, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Georgia.
  • 9/82 - 6/83 School Psychometrist: Rome City Schools, Rome, Georgia.
  • 9/80 - 6/81 Life Science Teacher: Interlakes High School, Meredith, New Hampshire.

Licensure and Certification

  • North Carolina: Licensed Psychologist, #5209
    • Health Services Provider-Psychologist
  • Georgia: Licensed Psychologist, #1210
  • New York: Licensed Psychologist, #9033-1
    • Certified School Psychologist, #096380204
  • National: Registered Custody Evaluator, #10148
    • Board Certified Forensic Examiner, #1933

Publications

  • Shapiro, M. & Shapiro, M. (2006) Understanding Sexual Behavior in Children: How to be Proactive in Educating and Protecting your Children. Waltham, MA: Discipleship Publications International.
  • Shapiro, M. S. (2003) The Benefits of Tae Kwon Do for Children with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Athens Parent Magazine, 5 (5), 30-31.
  • Shapiro, M. S. (2002) Tae Kwon Do for Children with Attention Deficit Disorder. ATTENTION! Magazine, August, 36-39.
  • Shapiro, M. & Shapiro, M. (2000) Rejoice Always: A Manual for Christians Facing Emotional Challenges. Woburn, MA: Discipleship Publications International.
  • Rojewski, J., Shapiro, M. S., & Shapiro, M. M. (2000). Parental Assessment of Behavior in Chinese Adoptees During Early Childhood. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 31(1), 79-96.
  • Nieves, N., Linz, T. D., Hynd, G. W., Connor, R. T., & Shapiro, M. S. (1987). Lateralization of visual hemifield attention across development. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 2, 127-134.
  • Carmen, J. W., Shapiro, M. S., & Wickenden, W. (1987). The use of biofeedback in treating the self-mutilative behaviors of a child with Lesch-Nyhan Syndrome: A pilot study. Resources in Education, 22 (Doc. No. ED 277 197).
  • Shapiro, M. S., & Hynd, G. W. (1985). The development of functional lateralization in visual hemifield attention. Developmental Neuropsychology, 1, 67-80.