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 James Fraser Grant, MSW LCSW

 1130 SW Morrison St. • Suite 328 • Portland, Oregon • 97207

 (503) 307-7094

 jamesfgrant@gmail.com



CURRICULUM VITA

  Education

 B.A. 1965, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico

 M.S.W., 1967, University of Washington School of Social Work, Seattle, Washington

 Doctoral Student, 1981-1984, Human Development and Family Studies, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon

  Positions

1984 - Present

Private Practice, Family Therapy, Portland, Oregon

2014 - 2016

Clinical Supervisor, Oregon Trail Recovery, Milwaukee, Oregon


1982 - 1984

Alcoholism Treatment Specialist, Benton County Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program, Corvallis, Oregon


1976 - 1982

Director, Regional Perinatal Care Program, Division of Perinatal Medicine, Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Oregon Health Sciences Center, Portland, Oregon

1975 - 1976

Deputy Manager, Maternal and Child Health Section, Oregon State Health Division, Portland, Oregon

1975 - 1975

Acting Manager, Maternal and Child Health Section, Oregon State Health Division, Portland, Oregon

1974 - 1974

Acting Manager, Maternal and Infant Care Project, Oregon State Health Division, Portland, Oregon


1973 - 1975

Social Work Consultant, Maternal and Child Health Section, Oregon State Health Division, Portland, Oregon


1972 - 1973

Social Worker, Field Services Southwestern Washington Office, Rainier School, Department of Social and Health Services, State of Washington, Vancouver, Washington


1971 - 1972

Associate Director, Lawrence County Health Care Project Instructor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Alabama in Birmingham, School of Medicine, Birmingham, Alabama


1970 - 1971

Coordinator of Social Work Education, Clinical Training Unit, Child Development and Mental Retardation Center, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington


1969 - 1970

Social Worker Supervisor, Clinical Training Unit, Child Development and Mental Retardation Center, University of Washington


1967 - 1969

Social Worker, Field Team, Clinical Training Unit, Child Development and Mental Retardation Center, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

  Other Activities

1981 - 1982

Field Instructor, School of Social Work, Portland State University

1976 - 1978

Lecturer, School of Social Work, Portland State University

1974 - 1976

Member Developmental Disabilities Council of Oregon


1969 - 1971

Member, Interdisciplinary Faculty for Conjoint 510, an interdisciplinary Graduate School course, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

1969 - 1971

Field Instructor, School of Social Work, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington


1968 - 1971

Guest Lecturer, Graduate School of Nursing and School of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

  Awards

1974

Presented with Outstanding Professional Award by Clark County Association of Retarded Citizens

  Private Practice

1981 - Present

Family, marital, and individual therapy, Portland, Oregon

2013 - 2016

Consultant to Oregon Trail Recovery Oregon, Milwaukie, Oregon


2000 - 2002

Consultant to Evans and Sullivan Clinic (outpatient alcohol and drug treatment program) Portland, Oregon

1991 - 1998

Consultant to A Minor Miracle (adolescent alcohol and drug outpatient program) Portland, Oregon

1981 - 1983

Consultant to Adolescent Treatment Program, Portland, Oregon


1973 - 1975

Consultant to Public Health Social Workers, Clark and Cowlitz County Health Departments, Washington

1969 - 1970

Consultant to Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties Mental Health Clinic

  Professional Association

 National Association of Social Work

 American Public Health Association

  Speciality Certifications

1990

Licensed Clinical Social Worker #529, State of Oregon

1984

Registered Clinical Social Worker #529, State of Oregon

1969

Academy of Certified Social Workers

  Publications And Presentation

 James Grant. "Phototherapy and Therapeutic Photography with Addicts", presented at the New Foundations Conference, San Diego, CA, April, 2015.

 Sandra Anderson and James Grant. "Fetal Alcohol Syndrome", published in Journal of Social Casework, April 1983.

 James Grant, et al. "Prevention and Primary Care as Components of Regionalized Perinatal Care", presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Detroit, October, 1980.

 James Grant and Gretchen Counsman. "The Demystification of Social Work in the Maternal and Infant Care Project", presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Detroit, October, 1980.

 James Grant. "Servicing Underserved Populations: Planning, Policy Formulation, and Administration", presented at the Tri-Regional Workshop on Maternal and Child Health Services, February 26, 1979, and published in the Proceedings of the 1979 Tri-Regional Workshop on Maternal and Child Health Services. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, 1979.

 James Grant. "Accountability: The Advantages to Social Work in the Health Care Field", presented at the National Conference of Medical Social Consultants, Washington, D.C., June, 1976, published in Approaches to Health Care, Roger White, Ed., Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 1976, pp. 51-77.

 James Grant and Rhesa Penn. "Social Work in a Rural Health Care Delivery System", presented at the American Public Health Association, November 15, 1972, Atlantic City.

 Rhesa Penn and James Grant. "The Lawrence County Health Project", presented at the American Rural Health Association Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, May, 1971.

 Brian O'Hara, Ann Pattullo, James Grant. "Child Study Clinics in Washington State", published in Proceedings on 9th Annual Research Meeting Research Report, Division of Research, Department of Institutions, State of Washington, April, 1969, pp. 53-56.

 James Grant and Evelyn Smith. "After Diagnosis, What?", presented at the American Association of Mental Deficiency Regional Meeting, September 24, 1968, Portland, Oregon.

 Brian O'Hara, Ann Pattullo, James Grant. "Child Study Clinics", presented at the 4th Annual Mental Retardation Workshop, October 4, 1968, Crystal Mountain, Washington.