Professional Advisory Committee
Chris Hallgren, MBA
Mr. Hallgren is President of Helios Data Forensics, a company providing computer forensic services to businesses and the civil legal environment. Computer forensics involves the identification, acquisition and analysis of evidence from digital sources such as computers, personal digital assistants, digital cameras and cell phones. Forensic computer examiners use special tools and methodologies to ensure that evidence is collected in a manner that preserves its evidentiary value for use in legal proceedings.
Mr. Hallgren is an EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE) and is trained and licensed to use EnCase computer forensic software from Guidance Software and AccessData’s Forensic Toolkit (FTK). Mr. Hallgren also received a professional certificate in computer forensics from Oregon State University and NTI.
Mr. Hallgren is a member of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA), an organization designed to encourage, promote, aid and affect the voluntary interchange of data, information, experience, ideas and knowledge about methods, processes, and techniques relating to investigations and security in advanced technologies among its membership.
Mr. Hallgren is also the Director of Information Technology and Corporate Social Responsibility, and one of the founding members, of IPTACS - International Police Training and Consulting Services, a company providing sustainable law enforcement training to developing countries and new democracies throughout the World.
Mr. Hallgren has a Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Technology Management from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management Systems from Arizona State University.
Prior to starting Helios Data Forensics, Mr. Hallgren spent eleven years as an information technology consultant specializing in implementing human resources information systems and building custom technology solutions.
Aynne Henry, Ph.D.
Dr. Aynne Henry is a clinical psychologist in independent practice in Phoenix. She provides psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and groups and serves as a consultant for businesses. Dr. Henry also provides professional presentations on a variety of mental health topics ranging from Stress, Conflict, and Anger Management, Relaxation Training, Communication Skills Training, Enhancing Intimacy, to Shopping Addiction. Dr. Henry has spoken nationally and locally on the topic of Bipolar II and Bipolar Spectrum Disorders. Dr. Henry wrote her Master’s thesis on the topic of “Young Alcoholics”. She holds the American Psychological Association Certificate of Proficiency in the Treatment of Alcohol and Other Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders (1996-2012). Dr. Henry has served in various leadership roles in psychology in Arizona including Board President of both the Arizona Psychological Association and Maricopa Psychological Society. Dr. Henry was honored to be appointed by the Arizona Board of Psychological Examiners as an Oral Examiner for psychologist’s licensing examinations. She has also been an active community leader. She was selected to participate in a leadership program sponsored by the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce - Valley Leadership (Class VIII); was Board President for Center Against Sexual Assault (CASA) - (1985). She is currently serving on the professional Advisory Committee for notMYkid, an agency designed to address problems facing adolescents and young adults.
In addition to diagnosing and treating “complicated” clients with affective disorders, she works closely with general practitioners, family physicians, and psychiatrists to develop individualized psychotherapy programs. Approximate half of Dr. Henry’s practice involves providing family, marriage, couples and sex therapy to a “normal” population.
Libby Howell, Ed.D.
Libby Howell, Ed.D., LMFT, is a licensed psychologist in private practice in Tempe where she specializes in working appreciatively and collaboratively with adolescents, couples, and families. In addition, she conducts groups for women, works with eating disorders, trauma, mood disorders and bipolar clients. Libby has over twenty years experience in integrating mental and physical health. She supervises graduate and post doctoral students, and is currently on the Clinical Psychology faculty at Arizona State University for clinical training of students.
Dr. Howell received her M.Ed. in Counseling Psychology, and her Ed.D. in Sport Psychology from Columbia University. She completed post-doctoral training at the Ericksonian Institute, and the Post-Graduate Institute for Family Therapy in Phoenix, and is currently completing her third year of trauma training in Somatic Experiencing. As an active member of her professional community, she was President of the Arizona Psychological Association in 2009, served for 6 years on the Arizona Board of Behavioral Examiners, Credentialing Committee for Marriage and Family Therapists. She is committed to working with Human Rights International (Doctors of the World) to provide services to refugees.
Joseph R. LeDuc
Joseph LeDuc was born in the Chicago, Illinois area and grew up in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is currently a Sergeant with the Scottsdale Police Department assigned to Internal Affairs, Office of the Chief. His educational credentials include a Police Supervision Certificate, a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, and a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership.
Mr. LeDuc became a Police Officer in 1991. In addition to his patrol duties, as a certified Police Trainer and later as a Field Training Officer he designed course material, taught, and facilitated the training of numerous police recruits. In 1998 he was promoted to Detective serving in the Property Crimes Section and later the Violent Crimes Unit. In recognition for his work in these units, he was selected to serve in the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration Task Force. This group, combining federal and local agents, was tasked with identifying and dismantling large organized crime rings in the United States and abroad. In 2004, Mr. LeDuc was assigned as one of the city’s two homicide investigators. Mr. LeDuc was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2005 and assigned to supervise a squad of Patrol Officers and Police Aids in the city’s busiest police district. A year later he was selected to supervise the Sex Crimes Unit at the Scottsdale Family Advocacy Center. He made significant improvements to the center’s operation by developing new policies and implementing numerous successful programs that increased its efficiency.
His efforts have helped establish the Scottsdale Family Advocacy Center as a model for other cities across the nation. He has been invited to speak and consult with other agencies as they sought to establish their own family advocacy centers. During that time, Mr. LeDuc supervised a team of detectives who investigate sex crimes committed against both children and adults, ran the sex offender tracking/notification effort, and oversaw all Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) investigations while still sharing the responsibility of directing the day to day operations of the Advocacy Center.
In 2011, Mr. LeDuc was assigned to the Internal Affairs Unit and is currently tasked with responsibilities concerning the investigation of alleged police misconduct, professional standards, and statistical tracking.
In addition to his full time job as a law enforcement professional, Mr. LeDuc serves as an Adjunct Professor for Northern Arizona University where he teaches three different night courses: Conflict Resolution and Mediation, Ethics, and Research Methods in the Social Sciences.
Mr. LeDuc’s awards include multiple Police Superior Performance Awards, Meritorious Service Award, Community Policing Award, Marksmanship Award, The City of Scottsdale Manager’s Award of Excellence for Caring and Compassion, and Supervisor of the Year in 2008 and 2010.
Bill Mueller, Guidance Department Chair – Notre Dame Preparatory High School
Expanding 39 years as a professional, Bill has devoted his life of service to the personal development of youth, family and adults. His experience includes the following: teen, family and marriage counseling, leading youth retreats and leadership training, an Employee Assistance counselor, Executive Director of Catholic Social Services and Family Life, administrator of the Franciscan Renewal Center, high school teacher, member of the Crisis Response Team for Diocese of Phoenix’s Catholic schools, and currently the Director of the Guidance and Counseling Department at Notre Dame Preparatory High School in Scottsdale. In addition to college and career counseling, Bill is actively involved in the school’s intervention and diversion drug testing program. Bill has a Master of Arts in Human Development, a Master of Divinity, licensed as a Professional Counselor and certified as a school counselor.
Elicia Nademin, Ph.D.
n 2007, Dr. Nademin completed her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the Catholic University of America subsequent to completing focused training in BWM at the Temple University Hospital's Center for Obesity Research and Education. In 2009, Dr. Nademin was licensed in Arizona and credentialed with the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. At present, she continues her commitment to clinical and scholarly work as a clinician, researcher, and educator in Arizona.
In 2008, Dr. Nademin established a successful weight loss practice at Midwestern University Clinic. She now offers a behavioral weight management program in the private sector along with psychotherapy services and psychological evaluation of bariatric and organ transplant surgery candidates. Dr. Nademin also works full-time as a Home-Based Primary Care Psychologist for the Phoenix VA. She emphasizes multicultural sensitivity, offering services in English, Farsi, and Spanish, and she works with patients of ranging mental health needs. For more detailed information on Dr. Nademin's background, please visit her online at www.aztherapeutic.com
Mark Rohde, Ph.D.
Mark’s private practice in North Phoenix focuses on the challenges of children, adolescents and families. Additionally, he is a principal of the Adolescent Substance Abuse Program, where he supervises doctoral students.
He has a B.A. summa cum laude from Arizona State where he also obtained a master’s degree, was a C.S. Mott Foundation Fellow, and a recipient of the ASU Medallion of Merit award. Mark completed additional study at Oxford and NAU before finishing doctoral studies at the Union Institute and University. He completed a three-year program at the Post-Graduate Institute for Family Therapy. Mark is a diplomate of the American Board of Assessment Psychology and has a Certificate of Proficiency for addictive disorders from APA’s College of Professional Psychology. He has been recognized by the AzPA for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology and was the recipient of the Max Jones Research Award from the Arizona Association of School Psychologists. Mark is a former chair of AzPA’s Provider Issues Committee, is currently a member of the Governing Council of the Arizona Psychological Association, and is a founder of notMYkid. He currently chairs the Professional Advisory Committee and Program Committee for notMYkid.
Larry Sideman, Ph.D.
Dr. Larry Sideman is a Professor and the Associate Director of Internship Training in the clinical psychology program at Argosy University. He is licensed by the State of Arizona as a Psychologist, a Professional Counselor and an Independent Substance Abuse Counselor, in addition to holding a Certificate of Proficiency in the Treatment of Alcohol and other Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders from the American Psychological Association. He served over 5 years on the Ethics Committee of the Arizona Psychological Association and is currently the Chair of the Arizona Counselors Association Ethics Committee. His professional interests include supervision & training; professional, ethical & legal issues; assessment & treatment of co-occurring disorders & the criminal offender; & forensic psychology.
Dr. Sideman has over 25 years of direct clinical experience and amongst his many professional endeavors, he was instrumental in developing and overseeing practicum and internship training programs at a statewide outpatient behavioral health agency where he provided clinical supervision for doctoral level and masters level students while maintaining the positions of Clinical Director and Assistant Executive Director. He currently maintains an independent psychological practice in Phoenix.
Ingrid Sutton, LCSW, MA
Ingrid Sutton is a licensed clinical social worker in private practice providing individual, couples, and family therapy. As a graduate of Loyola University School of Social Work, she specializes in the clinical treatment of anxiety and mood disorders in children and adults. In addition to her private practice, she ran a school-based aftercare program for high school students in psychiatric, substance abuse, and residential treatment programs and provided clinical on-site support to students and their families as they returned to their public high school following treatment. Ms. Sutton facilitates adolescent, parent and adult psychotherapy groups as an adjunct to her clinical private practice. She was a member of the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners from 2000-2003 and has served as an expert witness for the State of Arizona on professional misconduct cases. She currently is a member of the NASW and the Arizona Society for Clinical Social Work and Psychotherapy, as well as the American Association of Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work. In addition to her professional affiliations, Ms. Sutton lectures to community-based organizations, schools, and businesses on the subject of child and adolescent development, parenting practices and understanding learning differences, ADHD, and mood–related disorders and their impact on optimal functioning across the life-span.
Ms. Sutton is also a clinical learning specialist who holds a Master’s degree in education. She has worked extensively as an advocate for gifted adolescents and young adults with mild to moderate learning difficulties in identification/assessment, educational intervention and placement decisions. Her work combines her knowledge of learning difficulties in gifted and talented individuals with her clinical understanding of the characteristic social/emotional challenges that accompany this type of diagnosis. Ingrid has worked with individuals, family members, and has facilitated groups with adolescents and adults to develop a greater insight, awareness and understanding of how their learning style impacts their life, their school and their work.
Larry Waldman, Ph.D., ABBP
Dr. Waldman is a licensed clinical psychologist and certified school psychologist in Phoenix, Arizona. He has conducted a highly successful clinical, forensic private practice for the past 32 years. He works with children, teens, parents, couples, and adults in a solution-focused manner.
In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Waldman was the past president of the Maricopa Psychological Society and was the Director of Psychological Services for Charter Psychiatric Hospital of Glendale from 1988 to 2000. He has been a Medical Consultant for the Social Security Office in Phoenix for the past 19 years. Also, he is an adjunct professor in the Educational Psychology Department for Northern Arizona University (NAU).
In addition to numerous articles which have been published in the local Phoenix media, Dr. Waldman has written three self-help books: “Who’s Raising Whom? A Parent’s Guide to Effective Child Discipline” (1984), “Coping with Your Adolescent” (1994), and “How Come I Love Him but Can’t Live with Him? Making Your Marriage Better” (2004). In 2010 he published “The Graduate Course You Never Had: How to Develop, Manage, and Market a Flourishing Mental Health Practice—With and Without Managed Care.”
Dr. Waldman is a trained public speaker. His seminars are organized, practical—and entertaining. For the past 25 years Dr Waldman has spoken across the country to educators, laypersons, and fellow mental health professionals. He has presented at several state and national conventions.