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CURRICULUM VITAE: Jeffrey Carter Fracher
TELEPHONE (434) 296-9740, X23
175 S. Pantops Drive
Charlottesville, VA 22911
Randolph-Macon College, B.A. in Psychology
University of Richmond, M.A. in Psychology. Thesis: Speed of Conflict
Resolution as Related to the Taylor Manifest Anxiety Scale.
UMDNJ-Rutgers Medical School, Piscataway, N.J. Predoctoral Internship in
Virginia Commonwealth University, Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology.
Dissertation: The Identification of Specific Fearful Stimuli with a
Psychophysiological Assessment Procedure.
UMDNJ-Rutgers Medical School, Piscataway, N.J. Postdoctoral Seminar in
William Alanson White Institute, New York, N.Y. Postgraduate continuing
education in interpersonal psychotherapy.
Virginia Clinical Psychology License. Licensed for the private practice of
Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider in Virginia.
New Jersey Practicing Psychologist License. Licensed for the private practice of
clinical psychology (license currently in inactive status).
Full Clinical Member, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
Registrant, Council for the National Register of Health Service Providers in
Jeffrey Carter Fracher
2005-present Private individual practice of forensic psychology. Services include
competency to stand trial evaluation, sanity at the time of the offense evaluation,
competency to waive Miranda rights evaluation, death penalty mitigation in
capital cases, pre- sentence sex offender evaluation (VA. code 19.2-300), sexually
violent predator, evaluation (VA. code 37.2-900), fitness for duty evaluation, risk
of future dangerousness evaluation, emotional injury evaluation in civil cases,
sexual interest evaluation and assessment of sexual deviancy, consultation on
matters of mental health and the law, competency questions resulting from
dementia or head injury.
Independent Evaluator. Appointed by Special Justice to perform evaluations
of persons detained on a Temporary Detention Order to determine level of
dangerousness to self or others and need, if any, for continued involuntary
Private practice of clinical psychology. Piedmont Psychiatric Professionals, Inc.
Specialize in forensic psychology and the evaluation and treatment of sexual
disorders. Director of Piedmont Psychiatric Professionals.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology. Center for Clinical Psychology
Services. Curry School, University of Virginia.
Private practice of clinical psychology. Conducted psychotherapy with
individuals, couples and families at Mid-Jersey Psychology
Associates, P.A., 296 Amboy Avenue, Metuchen, N.J. Specialized in
treatment of sexual disorders. Partner and co-director of practice.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson
Medical School, Piscataway, N.J. Taught behavioral science course to secondyear medical students. Supervised psychology interns, medical students, and staff
at UMDNJ-Community Mental Health Center of RWJ Medical School.
Adjunct Assistant Professor. Graduate School of Applied and Professional
Psychology, Rutgers University, Piscataway, N.J. Supervised doctoral-level
students in clinical setting, co-taught graduate seminar in human sexuality, and sat
on dissertation committees.
Clinical Psychologist. UMDNJ-Community Mental Health Center, Rutgers
Medical School, Piscataway, N.J. Directed clinical services of Sexual
Counseling Service at UMDNJ-CMHC of RMS. Clinical duties included
assessment and treatment of individuals and couples; treatment of sexual
dysfunction, sexual deviation, sexual abuse and sexual variation; assessed
gender dysphoria cases; group treatment of sexual dysfunction; family
Jeffrey Carter Fracher
therapy. Consultation and education duties included presentations to community
groups on sex education, sexual abuse and adolescent pregnancy.Research
interests included EEG correlates of deviant sexual arousal and inhibited sexual
desire. Supervisor: Sandra R. Leiblum, Ph.D.
Senior Psychologist. Monroe Center for Mental Health, Richmond, VA.
Directed psychology services for a large urban community mental health
outpatient clinic serving approximately 800 clients. Coordinated a NIMHfunded training program. Developed problem-oriented record system for
Richmond Department of Mental Health/Mental Retardation. Author of
Problem-Oriented Record Training Manual and member of Problem-Oriented
Record Development Committee for Virginia Department of Mental Health
and Mental Retardation. Supervisor: Michael Etkin, Ph.D.
Psychologist. Henrico Mental Hygiene Clinic, Richmond, VA. Directed
psychological services for an outpatient community mental health clinic. Duties
included psychological evaluation, therapy and staff development. Supervisor:
M. M. Vitols, M.D., Director.
Psychologist. Western State Hospital, Staunton, VA. Duties during 1972
included administering batteries of psychological tests to newly-admitted patients,
participation in diagnostic staff conferences, conducting individual and group
therapy, instructor in behavior modification to aide-trainees, and coordinator of a
token economy program for chronic schizophrenics. During 1973, was made
Unit Administrator of 160-bed treatment unit. Supervisors:
A. W. Jeffreys, Ph.D. and Hobart Hansen, M.D.
American Psychological Association.
Board of Directors, Sexual Assault Resource Agency, Charlottesville, VA.
President, Board of
Jeffrey Carter Fracher
Fracher, J.C. and Blick, K.A. Speed of Conflict Resolution as Related to Taylor
Manifest Anxiety Scale. Virginia Journal of Science. 23:150.
Fracher, J.C. and Blick, K.A. Speed of Motor Conflict Resolutions as Relatedto
Type of Conflict and Manifest Anxiety. The Journal of Psychology. 83:277285.
Fracher, J.C. New Era at Western State Hospital. Advance. 23:13-14.
Fracher, J.C., Leiblum, S.R., and Rosen, R.C. Recent Advances in the
Comprehensive Evaluation of Erectile Dysfunction. International Journal of
Mental Health. 10:2, 1981.
Rosen, R.C. and Fracher, J.C. Tension-Reduction Training in the Treatment of
Compulsive Sex Offenders. In Greer, J. and Stuart, I. (Eds.), Sexual Aggression:
Current Perspective on Treatment. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1983.
Fracher, J.C. and Kimmel, M.S. Hard Issues and Soft Spots: Counseling Men
About Sexuality. In Scher, Stevens, Goad and Eichenfield (Eds.), Handbook of
Counseling and Psychotherapy with Men. New York: Sage Publications, Inc.,
Fracher, J.C. Sexual Dysfunction in the Sex Offender. New Jersey Psychologist.
Fracher, J.C., Changing Violent Men. Book review for the Journal of Psychiatry
and Law, 31, Spring 2003.
Fracher, J.C., The Clinical and Forensic Assessment of Psychopathy: A
Practitioner’s Guide. Book Review for the Journal of Psychiatry and Law,
Fracher, J.C., Mental Health Experts: Roles and Qualifications for the Courts.
Book Review for the Journal of Psychiatry and Law, Winter 2004.
Fracher, J.C., Counseling Men About Sexuality. In Kimmel, M.S. (Ed.) The
Gender of Desire. New York: SUNY Press, 2005.
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