Rose received her Master's Degree in Psychology from Pepperdine, and her Ph.D. in School Psychology, with a minor in Special Education, from the University of Arizona. She completed post-Master's work in Clinical Psychology, providing intervention services to students whose difficulties went beyond simple learning problems. For over 20 years, Dr. Hamway has worked directly with students and staff, focusing on prevention, assessment, and intervention. On the strength of her skill set, Dr. Hamway served as the Special Education Director in two different school districts. In that role, she worked with multidisciplinary teams to develop more responsive, compliant, and inclusive programming, all in the face of shrinking resources. She has served as consultant to school districts across the state and the country, assisting them to provide high-quality services ensuring that every child receives an appropriate and meaningful education.
Jeffrey received his Master’s and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Arizona. After completing a clinical internship at Tulane University Medical Center, he embarked on a clinical career of over 25 years. A licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Dozoretz has provided direct clinical services, program administration, and clinical supervision and training in programs serving adults, children, couples, and families. He has coordinated day treatment programs for latency aged children and adolescents, was Director of Training for an American Psychological Association (APA) accredited pre-doctoral internship program, and served as Associate Director of Children’s Services at a large community behavioral health agency. He has also directed the mental health services at a large, maximum security correctional facility.
Dr. Dozoretz has provided a wide variety of training seminars in the community, and long served as adjunct faculty at both the University of Arizona and Pima Community College, teaching a variety of Psychology courses. Most recently, he served as the Vice President of Prevention, Research, and Evaluation at Child and Family Resources, Inc., where he oversaw the agency’s programmatic and administrative functioning. Dr. Dozoretz co-owns Q-Me, working on conceptual development, and providing input with regard to clinical issues, psychological theory, and practice in the areas of child development and evaluation.