Curriculum Vitae

Home address:                                              Yakima, Washington

Date and Place of Birth:                            April 10, 1947 – Berkeley, California

Family Status:                                                 Married

 

EDUCATION

 

Whitman College B.A. Chemistry 1969
University of Washington M.D. 1973

 

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING

 

Psychiatry Residency University of Washington, Seattle 1973-1975
Child Psychiatry Fellowship University of Washington, Seattle 1975-1977
Case Consultation (bi-weekly) Charles Mangham, MD, Psychoanalyst, Seattle 1988-2012

 

HOSPITAL AND CLINIC APPOINTMENTS

 

Regular Staff Psychiatry Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital 1978-1979
Regular Staff Psychiatry St. Elizabeth Hospital, Yakima 1978-1979
Courtesy Staff Psychiatry Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital 1979-1982
Courtesy Staff Psychiatry St. Elizabeth Hospital, Yakima 1979-1982
Educational Staff Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital 1982-1991
Educational Staff St. Elizabeth Hospital, Yakima 1982-1991
Psychiatric Consultant Central Washington Mental Health 1976-1987
Psychiatric Consultant Center for Youth Services, DSHS 1977-1981
Principal Investigator “Paroxetine in the Practice Setting” 1992-1993
Phase III Drug Study, Clintrials,

Smith-Kline-Beecham

 

 

BOARD CERTIFICATION

Certified in Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology                                                                                                                                    1979

OTHER CERTIFICATION

Certified Group Psychotherapist, National Registry of Group Psychotherapists                  1997 (current)

MEDICAL LICENSE

State of Washington      #14099                                                                                     1974

MEMBERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS

American Medical Association

Washington State Psychiatric Association

American Psychiatric Association

American Group Psychotherapy Association

American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law

OFFICES HELD

Secretary 1996-1998: Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry Program Chair, 1997 AOOP Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL

Program Chair, 1998 AOOP Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA

Contributing Editor, The Bulletin of the Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, 1997- 1999.

Vice President, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, 1998-2000

President, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, 2000-2002

Past President, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, 2003-2004

Vice President, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, 2006-2008

OTHER POSITIONS

MetDisability Off-Site Consultants Panel, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 1998-

Stay at Work/Return to Work Committee, (Psychiatry representative) American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) 2003-2006

INSURANCE PANELS

Premera Blue Cross

Regence Blue Shield

Provider Network, Department of Labor and Industries Washington State

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Armstrong E., Williams C.D., “Conceptual Differentiation Among Body Parts as a Measure of Body Image,” Psychological Reports, 1977, 40, 1179-1789.
  2. Williams, D., “Corporate Therapy and Consulting,” Len Sperry, review in The Bulletin of the Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, 5:2, 1996.
  3. Williams, D., “The Four Levers of Corporate Change,” Peter Brill, review in The Bulletin of the Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, 6:1, 1997.
  4. Williams, D., “Disabled Workers: Personality, Organizational, and Treatment Factors,” The Bulletin of the Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, 6:2, 1997.
  5. Schouten, and Williams, C.D., “Psychiatric Assessment and Management of Chronic Disability Syndromes,” in Psychiatric Care of the Medical Patient, 2ndEdition, Stoudemire, Fogel, and Greenberg Eds, Oxford University Press, 2000.
  6. Williams, D., “Workers Compensation IME’s,” The Bulletin of the Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Fall, 2000
  7. Williams, D., “Challenges to Independence and Objectivity in IME’s,” The Bulletin of the Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Fall, 2002.
  8. Williams, D., “Psychiatric Disability Assessments,” Psychiatric Annals, 2006, 36:11, 774-783. Williams, C.D. and Schouten R, “Assessment of Occupational Impairment and Disability from Depression,” JOEM, 2008, 50: 4, 441-450.
  9. Williams, D. “Disability and occupational assessment: objective diagnosis and quantitative impairment rating.” Harv Rev Psychiatry, 2010; 18:336-352.
  10. Williams, D. “Social Security Disability Insurance: General Practitioners and Consultative Examiners,” in Clinical Handbook of Mental Disability Evaluations, Gold and Vanderpool Eds, Springer (NY), 2013.
  11. Williams, C.D. and Couser G.A. “Tips on disability assessments.” Psychiatric Times. Invited article. May, 2014.
  12. Williams C D. Chapter 86. “Objective Psychiatric Assessment and Management of Chronic Disability Syndromes” in Psychiatric Care of the Medical Patient 3rd Ed. Fogel BF and Greenberg D, Eds. 2015 (New York) Oxford University Press pp. 1643-1677.
  13. Williams C.D. and Kidder A. Disability and Mental Health. In: Howard S. Friedman (Editor in Chief), Encyclopedia of Mental Health, 2nd edition, Vol 2, Waltham, MA: Academic Press 2015, pp. 51-60.
  14. Williams C.D. and Kidder A. “A comparison of MMPI-2 and MMPI-2-RF data from 2007-2015: A population of mainly Worker’s Compensation IME’s and treatment consultations in a private psychiatry practice.” 50th annual MMPI-2/MMPI-A/MMPI-2-RF Symposia, Minneapolis, June 2015.
  15. Williams C.D. and Kidder A. “The MMPI-2 and MMPI-2-RF are valuable aids to psychiatric diagnosis, treatment planning and the assessment of treatment progress.” 51st annual MMPI-2-/A/RF Symposia, Fort Lauderdale, May 2016.
  16. Williams C.D. and Kidder A. “An update: the MMPI-2 and the MMPI-2-RF have different protocol validity in seriously disturbed worker’s compensation patients in a private psychiatric practice.” 51st annual MMPI-2/A/RF Symposia, Fort Lauderdale, May 2016.

MAJOR COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

Member, Task Force on Personality Disorders for the Treatment Statistical Manual, Henry Spitz, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, General Chairman, 1997-1999

Stay at Home/Return to Work White Paper Committee (psychiatric member), American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 2002-2006

PRESENTATIONS

  1. “New Approaches to Diagnosis in Disabled Patients,” Workshop American Psychiatric Association, Annual Meeting. Miami, 1995..     
  2. “Evaluation and Treatment of Disability; Individual and Organizational Levels,” Course Chairman. Work, Stress, and Health ‘95: Creating Healthier Workplaces. American Psychological Association, Washington DC, 1995.
  3. “Pseudoborderline Behavior in Injured Workers; a New Entity,” paper presentation, Northwest Alliance for Psychoanalytic Study, Bellevue, , 1995.
  4. “Diagnostic and Causal Challenges in Workers’ Compensation,” Panel Member, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Annual Meeting, Seattle,
  5. “Combined Therapy in the Treatment of Injured Workers,” paper presentation, American Group Psychotherapy Association, Annual Meeting, San Francisco,
  6. “Disability Disputes: Who’s Right?” Workshop American Psychiatric Association, Annual Meeting. New York, 1996.
  7. “Medical-Legal Aspects of Assessment in the Workplace,” Course American Psychiatric Association, Annual Meeting. New York, 1996.
  8. “Developing A Large Group Practice; Systems and Principles,” Half-Day Workshop, American Group Psychotherapy Association, Annual Meeting, New York,
  9. “Medical and Legal Aspects of Assessment in the Workplace”: Course American Psychiatric Association, Annual Meeting. San Diego, 1997.
  10. “Treatment of Disability: How Much is Enough?” Workshop American Psychiatric Association, Annual Meeting. San Diego, 1997
  11. Group Treatment of Injured Workers,” Paper American Psychiatric Association, Annual Meeting. San Diego, 1997.
  12. “Evaluation and Treatment of Worker’s Compensation Patients,” Course Chairman, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Annual Denver, 1997.
  13. “Individual and Organizational Aspects of Disability,” Panel Chairman, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Annual Denver, 1997.
  14. “Medical and Legal Aspects of Assessment in the Workplace”: Course American Psychiatric Association, Annual Meeting. Toronto, 1998.
  15. “Group Therapy: Making Untreatable Patients Treatable,” Workshop Leader, American Psychiatric Association, Annual Meeting, Toronto,
  16. “Treatment and Assessment of Disability”: Workshop Leader, “Work, Stress and Health ’99: Organization of Work in a Global Economy”, American Psychological Association and National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Baltimore,
  17. “The Psychiatric Disability Examination”, Faculty, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, Washington, C., 1999.
  18. “Medical and Legal Aspects of Assessment in the Workplace”: Course American Psychiatric Association, Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C., 1999.
  19. “The Independent Psychiatric Disability Evaluation”: Faculty for Basic Skills Workshop, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry Annual Meeting, Washington C., 1999.
  20. “The Psychiatric Disability Examination”, Faculty, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, San Diego,
  21. “Workers Compensation Psychiatric IMEs”, Basic Skills Workshop, Faculty, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, Washington, C., 2001.
  22. “Social Security Psychiatric Disability Evaluations”, Basic Skills Workshop, Faculty, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, Washington, C., 2001.
  23. “Workers Compensation Psychiatric IMEs”, Basic Skills Workshop, Faculty, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, San Diego,
  24. “Social Security Psychiatric Disability Evaluations”, Basic Skills Workshop, Faculty, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, San Diego,
  25. “Workers Compensation Psychiatric IMEs” (extended), Basic Skills Workshop, Faculty and Co-Chair, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, Washington C., 2003.
  26. “Social Security Psychiatric Disability Evaluations”, Basic Skills Workshop, Faculty and Co-Chair, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, Washington C., 2003.
  27. “Workers Compensation Psychiatric IMEs” (extended), Pre-Conference Basic Skills Workshop, Faculty and Co-Chair, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA
  28. “Social Security Psychiatric Disability Evaluations”, Pre-Conference Basic Skills Workshop, Faculty and Co-Chair, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA
  29. “Workers Compensation Psychiatric IMEs” (extended), Pre-Conference Basic Skills Workshop, Faculty and Co-Chair, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA,
  30. “Social Security Psychiatric Disability Evaluations”, Pre-Conference Basic Skills Workshop, Faculty and Co-Chair, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA,
  31. “Complete Makeover—A Two Year Consultation to a Community Health Plan,” General Meeting Presentation, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL,
  32. “Psychiatry’s Role in the Stay-at-Work/Return-to-Work Process,” General Meeting Presentation, (co- presenters Jennifer Christian MD MPH and Greg Couser MD) Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL,
  33. “The ‘Complete’ IME: Integrating the file review with literature reference, interview findings, the MMPI-2, and the SIRS, or what I have learned from 31 years of ” General Meeting Presentation, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2008.
  34. “The future of OOP practice: Insights from AOOP ” General Meeting Presentation, (co- presenters Sandra Cohen MD and Stephen Heidel, MD) Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 2012.
  35. “Movie Discussion: Inside Apple-Thinking Differently. Donald Williams MD and Josh Gibson MD. Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 2016.

 

PATENTS

 

  1. S. Patent No. 6,290,986 – “METHOD AND COMPOSITION FOR TRANSDERMAL ADMINISTRATION OF PHARMACOLOGIC AGENTS” Robert W. Murdock and C. Donald Williams, Inventors
  2. S. Patent No. 6,479,074 — “METHODS AND TRANSDERMAL COMPOSITIONS FOR PAIN RELIEF” Robert W. Murdock and C. Donald Williams, Inventors
  3. U.S. Patent No. 6,572,880 – “METHODS AND TRANSDERMAL COMPOSITIONS FOR PAIN RELIEF” Robert W. Murdock and C. Donald Williams, Inventors