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Academic Appointments

07/2011 - present Clinical Assistant Professor
University of South Carolina School of Medicine
Department of Neuropsychiatry

Education

1999 Western Kentucky University
B.S. Chemistry
2005 University of Kentucky
Medical Doctorate

Professional Training

2008

General Psychiatry Training
Palmetto Health Alliance/USC Department of Neuropsychiatry

2010

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Training
Palmetto Health Alliance/USC Department of Neuropsychiatry

2011

Forensic Psychiatry Training
Palmetto Health Alliance/USC Department of Neuropsychiatry

Board Certification

06/2010-2020 General Psychiatry , American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology
11/2011-2021 Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
12/2013-2023 Forensic Psychiatry

Licensure

Medical License in South Carolina
South Carolina State DEA
Federal DEA

Supplementary Training

03/2010 Advanced Child First Training
-advanced topics in forensic interviewing of children, the overlap of abuse and child custody, testifying in court, and pretext phone conversations
01/2009 Child First Training
-training on interviewing children and adolescents who have been sexually abused, as well as aspects of giving testimony in the courtroom
05/2008 Motivational Enhancement Interviewing Training

Honors and Awards

03/2013 The Herman Staples Distinguished Service Award presented by the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry
01/2011 Richard Rosner, M.D. Award for Best Paper by a Fellow in Forensic Psychiatry/Psychology of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences Psychiatry & Behavioral Science Section
06/2010 University of South Carolina Adult Psychiatry Residency Teacher of the Year Award for Second Year Adult Residents
-given by second year adult psychiatry residency class to attending, resident, or fellow for teaching clinical skills and/or didactic information
01/2010 South Carolina Psychiatric Association Resident/Fellow Poster Competition
-earned second place
06/2008 University of South Carolina School of Medicine Psychiatry Medical Student Education Award
-awarded the psychiatry resident best exemplifying efforts in teaching medical students through lectures, mentoring, and various other activities
06/2008 Lebert Harris Psychoanalytic Award
-awarded for achievement in the area of psychodynamic psychotherapy
08/2002-05/2005 Beale Scholarship
-financial award in the University of Kentucky College of Medicine for academic excellence
05/1999 Suma Cum Laude Western Kentucky University
05/1999 Ogden Scholar Award for Academic Excellence
-awarded for the highest graduating grade point average in the College of Arts and Sciences
05/1998 Western Kentucky University Analytical Chemistry Award
-awarded for accomplishment in quantitative analysis

Publications, Ongoing Research, Professional Poster Presentations

04/2013 Raley J. Fisher WM, Halder R, & Shanmugan K. "Homosexual/Bisexual Parents: A Survey of Family Court Judges." Journal of Child Custody, 10(1): 54-67, 2013.
02/2013 Lopez-Leon, M. & Raley J. (2013). Developmental Risks for Substance Use in Adolescence: Age as a Risk Factor. In Clinical Handbook of Adolescent Addiction (pp. 132-138) Wiley-Blackwell
02/2011 Raley J.  Etiology of Exhibitionism in Adolescence: A Case Example of Countershame Theory.  Adolescent Psychiatry, 1(2): 179-183, 2011.
10/2010 Raley J.A. “Factors to Explore in Doing Child Custody Evaluations Involving Gay and Lesbian Parents.”  Journal of Child Custody, 7:176-191, 2010.
01/2010 Raley J, Remke-Clary K.  “Further investigation into Parental Sexual Orientation and Its role in child custody Evaluations.” This is a professional poster presented at the South Carolina Psychiatric Association annual meeting in January 2010.
10/2009 Raley J, Remke-Clary K. “Homosexual Parents and Child Custody: A Review of the Current Literature.”  This is a professional poster presented at the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law national conference in October 2009.

Professional Organization Memberships

American Psychiatric Association—01/2006 to present

South Carolina Psychiatric Association—01/2006 to present

American Society of Adolescent Psychiatrists—10/2009 to present

American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law—01/2011 to present

Committee Memberships

2011-Present Interspecialty Council with the South Carolina of Medical Association.
-as representative for South Carolina Psychiatric Association.
03/11/2010 Internal Review for Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship.
-reviewed the fellowship program with regards to meeting Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) requirements, and then provided recommendations for improvement prior to the next ACGME Review for accreditation.
03/2010 Internal Review for Adult Psychiatry Residency Program
-reviewed the fellowship program with regards to meeting Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) requirements, and then provided recommendations for improvement prior to the next ACGME Review for accreditation.
07/2008-06/2010 Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Curriculum Committee.
-periodically reviews the educational curriculum for Palmetto Health/University of South Carolina’s child psychiatry residency; addressing concerns or necessary changes.
11/2008-12/2008 Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Selection Committee.
-interviews and ranks applicants for Palmetto Health/University of South Carolina’s child psychiatry residency.
2005-2006 & 2007-2008 Adult Psychiatry Residency Selection Committee.
-interviews and ranks applicants for Palmetto Health/University of South Carolina’s adult psychiatry residency.

Leadership Positions

03/2013 - 03/2015 Treasurer for the American Society of Adolescent Society.
This is a nominated position and is voted on by the board within this society.
03/2011 - 03/2013 Member-at-large for the American Society of Adolescent Psychiatry.
This is a nominated position and is voted on by the board within this society.
08/2007 - 05/2010 Medical Student Psychiatry Interest Group Resident Advisor.
working with the student president; selects topics of discussion, recruits speakers, and schedules the meetings

Presentations

02/2014 Campbell, J., Eaton, R.V., Frierson, R.L., Raley, J. & Richardson, A. "Criminal Responsibility and The Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity Defense: A Mock Trial." This was a presentation for CME at the state meeting of the South Carolina Psychiatric Association in Charleston, SC.
03/2013 Raley, J. "Adolescents with Homosexual Parents: Does It Make A Difference?" This was a presentation for CME at the National Conference for the American Society of Adolescent Psychiatrists in Charleston, SC.
03/2012 Raley, J. & Richardson, AC. "Ecstasy on the Big and Small Screens: How Movies and Television have Portrayed MDMA over the Past Decade" This was a presentation for CME at the National Conference for the American Society of Adolescent Psychiatrists in New York, New York.
02/2012 Raley, J.  “Orgins of Exhiitionism: Understanding to Improve Assessment and Treatment.” This was a grand rounds presentation for the forensic division of Department of Neuropsychiatry, University of South Carolina. February 3, 2012.
10/2011 Raley, J., Hall, A., Bullard C.  “Complicated Child Custody Issues: What Evaluators Should Know About Autistic Children, Homosexual Parents, and Native Americans.” Presented at the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law national meeting in Boston, MA.
02/2011 Raley, J.  “Criminal Responsibility: A Chairman’s Rounds Case Presentation.” This case was presented in the format of a teaching case using ever evolving differential diagnosis as the case is further elaborated.  This is presented to faculty, residents, and medical students in the Palmetto Health department of neuropsychiatry on February 25, 2011.
08/2010 Raley, J. “My Two Dads (or Moms): Should Parental Sexual Orientation Play a Role in Child Custody Recommendations.”  This was a grand rounds presentation for the forensic division of Department of Neuropsychiatry, University of South Carolina.  August 6, 2010.
06/2010 Raley, J. “Major Depression: It’s Not Just for Adults.”  This was a lecture on depression given to the pediatric residents as part of their psychiatry didactic series.  June 15, 2010
03/2010 Raley J. The Patient with Homicidal Fantasies: A Case Conference Presentation.  This was a presentation of an interesting case about a teenage patient in our clinic presenting with homicidal fantasies presented to the child and adolescent psychiatry residency program.
10/2009 Raley J. A Journal Club Presentation of “Peer Relations Among Adolescents With Female Same-Sex Parents” Developmental Psychology 2008, Vol. 44, No. 1, 117-126.
04/2009 Raley J. A Journal Club Presentation of  “Randomized Trial of Anger Control Training for Adolescents With Tourette’s Syndrome and Disruptive Behavior,” The Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 2009, 48:4.
04/2009 Bryant S, Fadeley M., Raley J. “Sex, Drugs, and Risky behavior.” This was a two part presentation to high school and middle school students at the Shandon Presbyterian Youth Group.  This is part of the annual youth health forums.
04/2009 Raley J. “Reactive Attachment Disorder and Rumination Syndrome: A Chairman’s Rounds.”  This case was presented in the format of a teaching case using ever evolving differential diagnosis as the case is further elaborated.  This is presented to faculty, residents, and medical students in the Palmetto Health department of neuropsychiatry.
03/2009 Raley J. “Recognizing Signs and Symptoms of Anxiety in Children.”  This is a presentation given to Palmetto Health’s Pediatric Residents, teaching the recognition of signs and symptoms of anxiety in children
08/2008 Raley J. “Sexual Abuse Evaluation Guidelines: APSAC or AACAP?”  This is a child and adolescent psychiatry grand rounds comparing and contrasting the APSAC and AACAP guidelines on sexual abuse evaluations
05/2008 Houchins R, Pollock R, Raley J, Paire-Mullan N, Woods S.Weighing in on the Evidence: The Management of Weight Gain and Glucose Dysregulation with Neuroleptics.”  This is an evidence based medicine presentation examining the literature concerning weight related side effects with neuroleptics.  This included both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic.
05/2008 Raley J. “Child Abuse: Working with Our Patients.”  This was a presentation given to a community mental health center in Winnsboro, SC.  The focus of the presentation was to educate mental health providers on the process of sexual abuse evaluation.
04/2008 Bryant S, Fadeley M., Raley J. Youth Health Forum: Sexuality.  A presentation of sexuality was given to both the “middler” and “senior high” youth groups at Shandon Presbyterian Church, Columbia, SC.  The content included anatomy, sexually transmitted diseases, and a question and answer session.
04/2008 Bryant S, Fadeley M., Raley J. Youth Health Forum: Drugs and Alcohol.   A power point presentation showing visual examples of illicit drugs and a discussion of health concerns was given to both the “middler” and “senior high” youth groups at Shandon Presbyterian Church, Columbia, SC.  Further content included a question and answer session.
03/2008 Buckland J, Raley J.  Encephalopathy of Unknown Origin: A Chairman’s Rounds Presentation.  This case was presented in the form at of a teaching case using ever evolving differential diagnosis as the case is further elaborated.  This is presented to faculty, residents, and medical students in the Palmetto Health department of neuropsychiatry; 3/08.
01/2008 Houchins R, Pollock R, Raley J, Paire-Mullan N, Woods S.  Delusional Disorders: Evidence Based Treatment Approaches.  This was a review and presentation of the literature concerning delusional disorder.  My work was specifically addressing pharmacologic therapeutic issues in treatment; 2/08.
11/2007 Raley J.  Pseudologia Fantastica: A Chairman’s Rounds Presentation.  This case was presented in the format of a teaching case using ever evolving differential diagnosis as the case is further elaborated.  This is presented to faculty, residents, and medical students in the Palmetto Health department of neuropsychiatry
11/2007 Campbell J, Dundas B, Mirza R, Pollock RC, Raley J. Practice Based Learning: Two Projects of Mental Health Awareness.  A presentation of the two projects done to raise mental health awareness in the state of South Carolina.  This was done in conjunction with the University of South Carolina Department of Journalism, and the two areas covered by the groups were depression and schizophrenia. This was supported by a grant from the South Carolina Psychiatric Association.
04/2007 Campbell J, Madden H, Raley J, Rudd K, Henderson D. Traumatic Brain Injury: Evidence Based Medicine for Management of Neurobehavioral Consequences. This was a formal review and presentation of the literature concerning traumatic brain injury.  My work was specifically addressing psychotherapeutic issues in treatment
03/2007-04/2007 Bryant S, Fadeley M., Raley J. Substances, Sexuality, Sexual Transmitted Diseases, and Other Risky Behavior. This was a two part presentation to high school students at the Shandon Presbyterian Youth Group
03/2007 Bryant S, Fadeley M., Raley J. Substances and Mental Illness. A presentation used to educate college students at the Presbyterian Student Association of the University of South Carolina.
02/2007 Morciglio A, Raley J.  “A Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Oxcarbazepine in the Treatment of Bipolar Disorder in Children and Adolescents,” journal club presentation. This article appeared in the American Journal of Psychiatry 2006; 163:7.  This journal article was presented to Palmetto Health Alliance Department of Psychiatry.
12/2006 Campbell J, Madden H, Raley J, Rudd K, Henderson D.   
Complicated Grief/Bereavement: An Evidence Based Medicine Presentation.  A formal review and presentation of the literature concerning complicated grief and bereavement.  My work was specifically addressing psychotherapeutic issues in treatment
05/2006 Raley J. School Violence: The Role of Substance Abuse.  A formal presentation to professionals in the area of addiction psychiatry, addressing relationship between violence and drugs/alcohol in schools
05/2006 Dundas B, Raley J.Risk of Switch in Mood Polarity to Hypomania or Mania in Patients With Bipolar Depression During Acute and Continuation Trials of Venlafaxine, Sertraline, and Buproprion as Adjuncts to Mood Stabilizers,”Journal Club presentation.  A review of this article appearing in Am J Psychiatry 2006; 163:2.  This was presented to Palmetto alliance Department of Psychiatry

Teaching and Employment Experience

12/2013 Paraphilias. A lecture given regarding the diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of sexual paraphilas. This lecture is given to first psychiatry residents.
07/2011 - present Adult Psychiatry Caseload Supervisor. Weekly supervision provided to adult psychiatry residents regarding their outpatient patient cases.
07/2011 - present Introduction to Psychotherapy. Course director of annual 3 month course given to first year adult psychiatry residents.
07/2011 - present Child Abuse and Related Forensic Issues. Annual lecture given to fifth year child psychiatry fellows.
07/2011 - present Filicide. Annual lecture given to fifth year child psychiatry fellows.
07/2011 - present The Child as Witness. Annual lecture given to fifth year child psychiatry fellows.
07/2011 - present Termination of Parental Rights. Annual lecture given to fifth year child psychiatry fellows and forensic psychiatry fellows.
07/2011 - present Child Custody and Divorce. Annual lecture given to fifth year child psychiatry fellows and forensic psychiatry fellows.
07/2011 - present Complicated Issues in Child Custody. Annual lecture given to fifth year child psychiatry fellows.
07/2009-06/2010 Personality Disorders. This is a lecture given to each group of third year medical students rotating on the psychiatry service every two months.  It is given in a direct lecture format.
07/2011 - present Bio-psycho-social Formulation. This is a lecture given to each group of third year medical students rotating on the psychiatry service every two months.
07/2007-06/2010 Anxiety Disorders: Evaluating the Differential Diagnosis.  This is a lecture given to each group of third year medical students rotating on the psychiatry service every two months.  The lecture involves movie clips which represent a wide set of differential diagnoses.  A discussion is then led on how to expand that differential and arrange appropriately based on the given patient information.
2006-2010 University of South Carolina School of Medicine Psychiatry Tutor.  Was assigned a medical student who was on the psychiatry clinical rotation.  I would meet with them weekly to review and discuss areas of psychiatry pertinent to their education.  A new student is assigned every two months. Start date July 2006.
2006-present Proctor and Standardized Patient for the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Psychiatry Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE).  Played the role of an actor patient at various stations during this clinical exam; portraying a variety of diagnoses.  Start date August 2006.
Summer 2001 South Central Kentucky Area Health Education Center’s Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) Review Course Study Guide.  Developed a study outline for instructors and participants in the study course.
Spring 2001 South Central Kentucky Area Health Education Center’s MCAT Review Course Instructor.  Directed MCAT material review and practice examination.