John Douglas Uzzell
PathworksWorkshop, P.A. (Clinical Practice)
4144 N Armenia Ave, Ste 301
Tampa, Florida 33607
Web Site: www.pathworker.com
1963 B.A. University of Houston (English, Spanish Minor)
1964 M.A. University of Houston (English, Creative Writing)
1972 Ph.D. University of Texas, Austin (Cultural Anthropology)
1986-1989 University of South Florida (Courses in Mental Health Counseling, 24 semester hours)
1987-1989 Northside Centers, Inc. (Continuing Family Therapy Seminar and Internship)
1989-1992 University of South Florida, College of Medicine (Peer Consultation Group in Family Therapy)
1992-1993 Hypnotherapy Training (58 hours)
1996 Family Mediation Training (40 hours)
2006 Training for Supervision of Mental Health Counselor Interns (16 hours)
2009 Training in “Veterans’ Resiliency Model” (VRM 3hrs+18.5hrs) .
2011 Training in EMDR (40 hours + 10 hours of supervision)
, Mental Health Counselor -- MH2478
Florida, Certified Addictions Professional -- #1344
Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drugs Counselor -- #13403
Foreign Language: Spanish – fluent
2010 Springfield College, Adjunct Faculty.
2007-2009 Dept. of Anthropology,
University of South Florida
, Adjunct Faculty, Honorary Instructor.
2004-2008 Honors College, University of South Florida. Adjunct Faculty.
1987-present PathworksWorkshop, P. A., Human Services Consultation (See contracts.) and Private Clinical Practice. 2010 Joined Tampa Psychotherapy Group.
1996-2003 Department of Child and Family Services, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute (FMHI), University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida. Research Consultant (see below).
1991-1996 St. Joseph's Psychiatric Care Center, Tampa, Florida. Manager of Psychiatric Ambulatory Care (Outpatient & Partial Hospitalization).
1985-1991 Northside Centers, Inc., Tampa, Florida. Director of Management Information and Evaluation. 1987-89 Outpatient Counselor (Intern).
1984-1985 Human Development Center of Pasco, Inc., New Port Richey, Florida. Director of Planning and Evaluation. Director of Adult Daycare.
1981-1982 Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida. Visiting Assistant Professor.
1980-1981 Department of Anthropology, University of Texas, Dallas, Richardson, Texas. Visiting Assistant Professor.
1979-1980 Department of Anthropology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. Visiting Assistant Professor.
1971-1979 Department of Anthropology, Rice University, Houston, Texas. Assistant Professor.
1966-1967 U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. Special Operations Officer.
1964-1966 Department of English, Tarleton State College, Stephenville, Texas. Instructor. (English)
1960-1963 Childers Manufacturing Co., Houston, Texas. Advertising Assistant.
1959-1960 Curtis Publishing Co., Houston, Texas. Point-of-Sale Marketer.
1956-1958 U.S. Army. 82nd Airborne Division, Pathfinders. E-5.
2003 Healthy Start Coalition of Hillsborough County. Assessment of Staff’s Attitudes.
2001 Hillsborough County Center of Excellence. Family Support Center Project. Evaluation of program.
2000-2003 Rural Social Services Partnership. Hillsborough County, FL. Evaluation of program.
1996-2002 Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, U. of South Florida. Evaluation of systems of care for children's mental health. – Santa Cruz, CA; San Mateo, CA; Alliance, OH; Southeast Kansas, Baltimore, MD, Houston, TX, Boston, MA. Family Resource Center, St. Petersburg, FL. Evaluation of school on-campus alternative to suspension. African American Family Support Collaborative. Hillsborough County, FL Resource development.. Pinellas County School System, Safe Schools/ Healthy Students Initiative (Qualitative Evaluation Research).
2000-2007 Intervention Project for Nurses, the Impaired Practitioners Program of Florida, facilitator, mental health group.
1999-present Florida Lawyers Assistance, Inc., local facilitator, mental help group.
1995-2006 Professional Resources Network, local addictions and mental health facilitator of support groups for recovering physicians.
1993-1994 Dr. John D. Corrigan Mental Health Center, Fall River, Massachusetts. Data systems consultation/designing and writing computer programs.
1991-1992 Children's Board of Hillsborough County, Florida. Planning and negotiating a joint venture with the Hillsborough County School Board for a system of preventive and remedial mental health care for school children.
1990 State of Alabama Department of MH & MR, Div. of Substance Abuse Treatment Services. Montgomery, AL. 2-day workshop: "Long-Term Evaluation of Treatment Outcomes."
1989, 1990 Manatee Glens, Inc. Bradenton, FL, Design of program evaluation system.
1989 Operation PAR, Inc. St. Petersburg, FL, Design of electronic data system.
1989 Seafield Center, Inc., West Hampton Beach, NY. Preparation for JCAHO accreditation.
1984 Tampa Private Industry Council. Evaluation of marketing program.
1984 Florida Mental Health Institute. Evaluation of early childhood development programs.
1984 Behavioral Medicine Intervention Systems, Inc. Market research for employee assistance programs.
1984 Suncoast Mental Health Associates, Inc. Marketing.
1983, 1984 Instituto Libertad y Democracia, Lima, Peru. Research design and coordination.
1983 Memorial Hospital of Tampa. Market research.
1983 U.S. Agency for International Development. Evaluation of funded project.
1982 U.S. Department of Agriculture (2 contracts). Development of training materials.
1982 Shepherd Centers of Hillsborough County. Design of database.
1982 College of Nursing, University of South Florida (2 contracts). Statistical analysis.
1982 Suncoast Gerontology Center. Program evaluation.
1980 Continental Personnel Co. Organizational development.
1979 Graul Associates. Organizational development.
1978-1979 Southwest Alternate Media Project. Research design, documentary film.
1977, 1978 Starr Produce Co. Organizational development.
1977 Community Action Council of South Texas. Design, four-county early childhood development program.
1975 Dallas Legal Services. Evaluation of treatment at Rusk State Mental Hospital, Rusk, Texas.
Personal Awards, Grants, Fellowships:
1980 Wenner-Gren Foundation. Research Grant.
1977 Wenner-Gren Foundation. Travel Grant.
1973, 1975, 1976, 1977 Rice University Faculty Research Grants.
1970-1971 National Science Foundation. Dissertation Enrichment Grant.
1970-1971 National Defense Education Act Title VI Foreign Language Education Grant.
1969, 1970 Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas, Austin. Research Grants.
1969-1970 Fulbright-Hays Graduate Fellowship, Peruvian Dissertation Research.
1968-1969 University of Texas, Austin. Teaching Assistantship.
1968 National Science Foundation. Student Research Grant.
English: Creative Writing, Contemporary Theater, Greek and Roman Classics in Translation.
Social/Behavioral Sciences: Cultures of Latin America, Ecological Anthropology, Medical Anthropology, Psychological Anthropology, Urban Anthropology, History of Civilization, History of Anthropological Theory, Regional Analysis and Community Development, Human Services, Kinship and Social Organization, Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods, Statistics.
Professional and Service Activities:
2006-2009 Partner, USF Complexity Theory Study Group.
2000-2003 Volunteer Grant Writer for the African American Family Resource Coalition.
University of South
1997 Co-Organizer, Symposium, Uses of Ethnography in Psychotherapy. Participant, Symposium on Anthropological Methods in Mental Health Research. National Meetings, American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C.
1996 Co-Organizer, Chair Symposium on "Defining a Clinical Anthropology," Society for Applied Anthropology, Baltimore.
1991 Co-Organizer, Chair, Symposium on "Anthropology and Systemic Family Therapy." American Anthropological Association meetings, Chicago.
1990-1993 Member, Hillsborough County Needs Assessment Mental Health Task Force.
1990-1992 Member, Hillsborough County Needs Assessment System-wide Task Force, Information Management Committee.
1989-1990 Member, Hillsborough County Task Force on Alcohol Education.
1988 Presenter, Workshop: "Management Information Systems for Non-Profit Service Providers, Tampa."
1987 Co-Organizer, Symposium on "Formal Planning and the Informal Sector." Society for Applied Anthropology meetings, Tampa, Florida.
1987-1988 Chair, Southeast U.S. CMHC/MIS User Group.
1984-1985 Member, Advisory Committee, Guardianship Council of Pinelas County.
1983-1984 Management Consultant, Suncoast Mental Health Associates, Inc.
1982-1983 Member, Task Force for Social Re-development of Tampa.
1981-1983 Coordinator, Hillsborough County Farmworker Agency Network.
1981-1983 Member, Board of Directors, Tampa Community Design Center.
1981-1984 Member, Board of Directors, SER Jobs for Progress.
1981 Member, Editorial Board, Comparative Urban Research.
1981 Editor, Society for Urban Anthropology Newsletter.
1980-1981 Research Associate, Rio Grande Associates.
1981 Co-Organizer, Symposium on "Effects of Government Policy on Rural-Urban Linkages." American Anthropological Association meetings, Los Angeles.
1977 Participant, Wenner-Gren Conference on "Shantytowns in Developing Nations," Burg Wartenstein, Austria.
1975 Co-Organizer, Symposium on "Migration Theory," American Anthropological Association, San Francisco.
1975 Co-Organizer, Symposium on "Migration Theory," DeKalb, Illinois.
1973-1979 Associate, Rice University Program for Development Studies.
1972-1977 Member, Board of Directors, Family Connection, Inc. (Vice Chair 1975-75; Chair 1976)
Professional Papers, Workshops, and Other Presentations:
1999, 2000, 2001 -- Presentations of Evaluation of Systems of Mental Health Care for Children and their Families. 12th, 13th, and 14th Annual Research Conferences: A System of Care for Children's Mental Health
St. Petersburg, Florida
1999 Brief Clinical Ethnography in a Suburban County in California: Politics and Epistemology in the Mixing of Methods. Discussion Paper prepared for the Conference on Mixed Methods in Mental Health Services Research, Alexandria, Virginia, October 3-4.
1998 Mixing Ethnography with Survey-Based Evaluation: The Baltimore Comparison Study. 11th Annual Research Conference, A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base. Tampa, February.
1998 Ethnographic Means to Psychotherapeutic Ends. Presented at the National Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC (November).
1997 Clinical Ethnography in Systems of Care. Presented at the National Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC (November).
1996 Epistemic Pragmatism: Constructing Outpatient "Treatment" in a Psychiatric Setting. Presented at national meetings of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Baltimore (March).
1995 Couples Enrichment: A Workship on Three Thursdays. St. Joseph's Hospital, Tampa, April, July, October.
1994 Member of Panel, When Addiction Masks Other Problems. St. Joseph's Hospital, Tampa (March).
1993 Reinventing Couples. St. Joseph's Hospital, Tampa (February).
1993 Making Intimate Relationships Work. Menninger-St. Joseph's of Tampa Bay, Tampa).
1992 What Does "Dysfunctional Family" Mean? University of South Florida, School of Public Health, PhD Seminar on Family Health (October).
1991 From Ethnography to Psychotherapy -- and Back. American Anthropological Association, Chicago, (November).
1991 On Being Crazy in Southern Mexico - and Recovering. Tampa General Hospital, (February).
1990 Family Secrecy: Family Dysfunction, USF School of Public Health, Tampa, (November).
1988 For Women Who Fell in Love with Dr. Jekyll and Married Mr. Hyde. Tampa (July).
1988 When Doing Your Best Traps You: Escaping Co-Dependency, Tampa (May).
1988 Dissonance of Planning Styles along the Formal-Informal Nexus. Society for Applied Anthropology, Tampa (April).
1980 Power, Culture and Food Policy: The Political Economy of Domination in Mexico. American Anthropological Association, Los Angeles (December).
1980 Migration and Political Economy. American Anthropological Association, Washington DC (December).
1980 From "Ten Families" to "the Invisible City": Reflections on Teaching Anthropology to Urban Planners. American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC (December).
1979 Conceptual Fallacies in the Rural-Urban Dichotomy. American Anthropological Association, Cincinnati (November).
1979 Strategic Uses of Ethnicity in Two Economically Marginal Populations. Central States Anthropological Association, Milwaukee (March).
1979 Which Region? Whose Context?: Problems of Defining the Regional Context of Frontera, Texas. Southern Anthropological Association, Memphis (February).
1978 Innovation and Cultural Change in Two Economically Marginal Populations. American Anthropological Association (December).
1978 The Context of Development in Starr County, Texas from 1750 to the Present. Cibola Anthropological Association, Austin, Texas (March).
1977 Cultural Fallacies of the Concept of Marginality. Latin American Studies Association, Houston (November).
1977 Anthropologist as Constructive Obstructionist, or the Scope of Thinking Small. Burg Wartenstein Symposium No. 73: Shantytowns in Developing Nations, Burg Wartenstein, Austria (July).
1975 Ethnography of Migration: Breaking Out of the Bi-Polar Myth. American Anthropological Association,
1974 From Play Lexicons to Disengagement Spheres in Peruvian Society. International Congress of Americanists, Mexico City (August). 1973 Cholos and Bureaus in Lima: Case History and Analysis. American Anthropological Association, New Orleans.
1972 Cholo Self-Creation in Lima, Peru. American Anthropological Association, Toronto (December).
1970 Adaptation of Migrants in Lima, Peru. American Anthropological Association, San Diego (December).
1970 City, Hinterland, and Society: Their Evolution, with Examples from Brazil and Peru. International Congress of Americanists, Lima (August).
1969 A Preliminary Look at Determinants of Illness Beliefs in a Mexican Village. Joint meetings of the Southern Anthropological Society and the American Ethnological Society, New Orleans (March).
Thesis and Dissertation
An escape from innocence (a short novel), M.A. Thesis, University of Houston, 1964.
Bound for places I'm not known to: Adaptation of migrants and residence in four irregular settlements in Lima, Peru. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Texas, Austin, 1972.
1976 Urban anthropology. (with Ronald Provencher) Dubuque, Iowa: William C. Brown Co.
1976 New approaches to the study of migration. (edited with David Guillet) Houston: Rice University Studies 62:3.
2002 With Oliver T. Massey and Kathleen Armstrong. Learning between the lines: A Qualitative Analysis of Focus Groups on School Safety. Tampa, FL: The Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, University of South Florida. FMHI Publication #207-6 Sixth in the Series “Evaluation of the Pinellas County School District Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative.”
2001 With Robert M. Friedman, et al. Final comprehensive report: Evaluation findings and lessons learned from the Annie E. Casey Mental Health Initiative for Urban Children. Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, The Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, Department of Child and Family Studies (September).
2001 With Robert M. Friedman, et al. Service Development in the Annie E. Casey Foundation Mental Health Initiative for Urban Children, Final Evaluation Report. Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, The Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, Department of Child and Family Studies (June).
2001 With Robert M. Friedman, et al. Service Development in the Annie E. Casey Foundation Mental Health Initiative for Urban Children, Summary of Findings and Lessons Learned. Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, The Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, Department of Child and Family Studies (June).
2001 With Robert M. Friedman, et al. Neighborhood Governance in the Annie E. Casey Foundation Mental Health Initiative for Urban Children, Final Evaluation Report. Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, The Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, Department of Child and Family Studies (May).
2000 With Robert M. Friedman, et al. Systems Reform in the Annie E. Casey Foundation Mental Health Initiative for Urban Children: Final Evaluation Report. Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, The Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, Department of Child and Family Studies (May).
2000 With Robert M. Friedman, et al. Evaluation of Systems Reform in the Annie E. Casey Foundation Mental Health Initiative for Urban Children, Summary of Findings and Lessons Learned. Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, The Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, Department of Child and Family Studies (May).
2000 System, Street, and School: Strategies and Struggles of Primary Caregivers in Baltimore, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute.
1998 Constructions of Sexual Abuse in Southeastern Kansas. Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute.
1998 With Ruby Joseph. Neighborhood Governance in Houston: A Developmental Analysis (Year 3). Louis del la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute.
1997 Santa Cruz: A Clinical Ethnography. Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute.
1997 San Mateo: A Clinical Ethnography of a Suburban County. Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute.
1997 With Joko Sengova, Ayden: An Ethnography of a Community in Eastern Carolina. Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute.
Articles and Chapters
2008 Six Questions in Search of a Paradigm. City and Society V20 (2).
2004 Notes from the Field in Kansas (Poem). Anthropology and Humanism Quarterly. Summer
1994 Transaction Costs, Formal Plans, and Formal Informality: Alternatives to the Informal "Sector." In Contrapunto, Kathy Rakowski, ed. Binghampton, NY: SUNY Press.
1990 Dissonance between formal planners and the informal sector: Can formal planners do bricolage? City and Society 4:2 (December).
1987 A homegrown mass transit system in Lima, Peru: A case of generative planning. City and Society 1:1 (June).
1986 Metodologia. In El Otro Sendero, Hernando de Soto. Lima: Instituto Libertad y Democracia.
1984 An untrue story (Short Story). Anthropology and Humanism Quarterly 12:3.
1983 Lima's informal sector: Research report and policy recommendations. U.S. Agency for International Development.981 From ten families to the invisible city: Reflections on anthropology and urban planning. Urban Anthropology 10:4.
1981 From Ten Families to the Invisible City: Reflections on Anthropology and Urban Planning. Urban Anthropology 10: 4 (Winter).
1980 Which region? Whose context?: Problems of defining the regional context of Frontera, Texas. In Cities in a larger context, T. Collins, ed. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia Press.
1980 Mixed strategies and the informal sector: Three faces of reserve labor. Human Organization 39:1.
1979 Conceptual fallacies in the rural-urban dichotomy. Urban Anthropology 8:3.
1978 Inter-village relations in Oaxaca, corporate and individual. (with P. A. Dennis) Ethnology 17:3.
1977 The myth of bi-polar migration. Ekistics 44:2.
1976 From play lexicons to disengagement spheres in Peru's social structure. Rice University Program for Development Studies Paper No. 72.
1976 Ethnography of migration: Breaking out of the bi-polar myth. In New approaches to the study of migration, D. Guillet and D. Uzzell, eds. Houston: Rice University Studies 62:3.
1976 Cholos y agencias gubermentales en Lima: Antecedente y analasis. In Conflicto e integracion en los Andes, R. Bolton and S. Forman, eds. Estudios Andinos 4:4.
1974 Interaction of population and locality in the development of squatter settlements in Lima. In Latin American urban research, Vol. 4, W. Cornelius and F. Trueblood, eds. Beverly Hills: Sage.
1974 Cholos and bureaus in Lima: Case history and analysis. International Journal of Comparative Sociology 15:3, 1974. Reprinted in Class and ethnicity in Peru, P. L. van den Berge, ed. Leiden: E. J. Brill.
1974 Susto revisited: Illness as strategic role. American Ethnologist 1:2, 1974. Reprinted in Culture, disease, and healing: Studies in medical anthropology, D. Landry, ed. New York: McMillan.
1974 A strategic analysis of social structure in Lima, using the concept of "plays." Urban Anthropology 3:1.
Computer Applications (commercial); Creative Writing (short stories, poetry, plays, produced or published).
From Meaning to Desire. (Novel); Expansion and revision of web site.
Research into self-sustaining dysfunctional systems, toward development of a model, entitled Providers and Paradoxes: the autopoiesis of dysfunction