Observer, New York City Operation Recovery Tabletop Exercise, NYC OEM/NYPD/FDNY & US DHS: NYC
OEM, December 17-18, 2003

Observer, Operation United Response, NYC OEM/NYPD/FDNY & US DHS; Shea Stadium, March 12, 2004

Observer, Operation Transit SAFE, NYC OEM/NYPD/FDNY & US DHS; Bowling Green Station, May 16, 2004

Observer, HURREX 2008, NYC OEM/NYC DHS/NYC DOE/ARC-GNY/CERT; Brooklyn, NY, June 1, 2008

Observer, State of New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority Police Interagency Counterterrorism
Task Force (ICTF
) and the City of White Plains, NY Police in coordination with New York State Emergency
Management Office, Westchester County Department of Public Safety, City of White Plains Department of
Public Safety, Town of Greenburgh Police Department, Town of North Castle Police Department, Federal
Bureau f Investigation, MTA Metro-North Railroad, and MTA Police Department Tabletop exercise depicting
an enactment of a domestic terrorist event occurring on a Metro-North Railroad train near the White Plains
Station, December 9, 2004

Co-Principal Investigator application State and Local Law Enforcement Training to Develop Capabilities for
Terrorism Prevention; U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY OFFICE FOR DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS
(ODP) FY 2004 COMPETITIVE TRAINING GRANTS PROGRAM, submitted June 1, 2004 with the Network
Information and Space Security Center of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

Fire Fighter Support Counselor, for the FEMA Project Liberty Program at the Institute for Community Living,
Inc., May 2002-September 2002; attendance at Clinical Meetings, Administrative Meetings, and Fire
Department Counseling Department monthly Meetings.  Required participation in the FEMA/CMHS Crisis
Counseling Assistance and Training Program in April 2002.


Acting Co-Commission Manager, the Philadelphia EMA HIV Commission; Philadelphia, PA
June 2 - July 7, 1997
This responsibility was on top of my primary duties as Co-Chair of the Commission (see under Interests &
Activities)
-        over-see office and staff of 10/daily management
-        budget compliance & service provision development for FY 7 ($480,000.00)
-        develop & coordinate consultants for FY 8 Applications for HRSA for Ryan White Title I Formula &
Supplemental; and for CDC for Prevention
-        Co-manage Joint Planning for Title I, Title II Southeastern PA & Title II South Jersey
-        establish search process for six month Interim Manager
-        establish search process for permanent Commission Manager
-        oversight of staff and consultants for EMA wide HIV + Consumer Survey (1,069 HIV+ people were
surveyed - 1 out of every 20 estimated to be infected in the EMA.  In 1997 this was one of the largest data
sets about consumer needs in the country.)
Director of Employee Assistance Program, at St. Francis Medical Center; Trenton, NJ
September 1989 - June 1993                
- in-house EAP services for St. Francis Medical Center
- contractual EAP services for St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center, Lawrenceville, NJ;
and Spotts, Stevens & McCoy Engineering Associates, Inc., Trenton, NJ
- member: Values in Practice (VIP) Team; Personnel Committee; Employee Wellness ask Force; Mental
Health/Substance Abuse Insurance Utilization Review Committee; Advisory Task Force for Employee
Health/Worker’s Comp Realignment; Substance Abuse Policy Task Force
- trainer SFMC Education Department: Management Development Series I & II;Management Development
Retreats; Executive Team Management Development Retreats; Employee Development Retreats; Drug Free
Work Place Act Supervisory Training; Drugs in the Workplace; Management Grand Rounds; Employee
Orientation; Employee Health Fairs
- trainer with SFMC Company Care Department: on-going program Drug Free Workplace
Act Supervisory Training for:
a. Hinkels & McCoy Engineering Contractors, Inc.
b. Waters and Bugbee Engineering Contractors, Inc.
- trainer with SFMC Patient Services Division:
a. establishing a Bereavement/ Grief Support Group & the training/supervision
of three facilitators (one each from Social Services, Oncology Nursing, Pastoral Care)
b. assisting in establishing a three part community Cancer Education & Support
Group Program.  Facilitator for Phase II (Be-Attitudes) & Phase III (Steps to Wholeness)
c. presenter SHARE & CARE CARDIAC GROUP
d. facilitator Oncology Nursing Support Group
e. facilitator Emergency Room Nursing Support Group
f. facilitator Operating Room Nursing Support Group
g. facilitator Case Management: Team Building Program for Nursing Units 1B, 2B, & 7A2
- coordination with NJ Dept. of Health, Div. of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse for The New Jersey Institute on
Alcoholism & Drug Abuse certification classes held at SFMC
- presenter for The Women’s Healthcare Center Lunch Time Educational Series
- presenter for the St. Francis Multicare Corporation Professional Development Seminars for Physician Office
Personnel
a. TEAMBUILDING: Skills for Managing Human Relations I & II
b. STOP IT NOW: Confronting Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
- presenter for SFMC to specialized groups:
a. Physician & Spouse Retreat Program
b. School of Nursing Leadership Development for Faculty & Students; Stress
Management and Study Skills; Student Assistance Program
c. Medical Residents EAP Orientation/Substance Abuse Awareness Program
d. School of Radiology Technicians Stress Management & Study Skills; Student Assistance Program
- presenter for SFMC Division of Mission & Ministry & SFMC Education Dept. ADOPT A SCHOOL PROGRAM.
a. St. Gregory the Great School Self-Esteem Program for 5th Graders
b. St. Gregory the Great PTA Board Retreat
c. McCorriston Catholic High School 9th Grader Addiction Prevention Program
d. St. Mary’s Cathedral School Self-Esteem Program for grades K through 8th
e. St. Anthony School Self-Esteem Program for grades K through 8th
f. SFMC Sister Hyaceintha Community Health Program & Martin House Community Outreach Program for
Parenting Education
-
member DOD Contingency Team for Operation Desert Shield for Mercer, Burlington, & Camden Counties of
the NJ National Disaster Medical System Hospitals.  Responsible for debriefing & prevention of PTSD for Triage
and EMA Teams assigned to McGuire Air Force Base/Ft Dix Medical Center, NJ Primary Receiving Center.
- presenter for SFMC Pastoral Care Department:
a. Diocese of Trenton, NJ Permanent Deacon Hospital Ministry Intensive
b. Diocese of Allentown, PA Pastoral Care & Ministry Workshop for Religious
& Lay Visitors of the Sick & Homebound
c. St. Mary of the Lake Parish; Lakewood, NJ. A KINGDOM PEOPLE - WAYS OF DEALING WITH LONELINESS & LOSS
Training Program for Parish Visitors of the Sick & Homebound
d. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish; Maple Shade, NJ. Pastoral Care & Ministry Workshop for Parish Visitors of
the Sick & Homebound
e. St. Theresa Parish; Red Bank, NJ. Workshop on Establishing a Parish based Grief & Bereavement Program
f. speaker, Developmental Stages of Faith: A Psycho-Theological Perspective for the SFMC Appreciation Diner
Program for Area Clergy & Religious
- psychometric testing of employees, students, medical residents, allied & medical staff and their family
members
- adjunct privileges in the Department of Psychiatry
- coordinator for joint application by SFMC Patient Services, St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center Dept. of Nursing,
St. Agnes Medical Center Patient Services, Holy Family College Dept. of Social & Behavioral Sciences, and Rider
College Graduate School Program in Counseling to the National Institute of Alcoholism & Alcohol Abuse for
a grant to study the impact of an Internal EAP vs. a Contractural EAP on the Prevention of the Causative Factors
of Alcoholism/Drug Abuse Amongst Nursing & Allied Health Personnel, 1990-1991
Mick Maurer, Richard Glenn, Sr. Mary Anne Gallagher, OSF
With Dr. Richard Glenn & Sr. Mary Anne Gallagher, OSF in Colts Neck, NJ
Mick Maurer at Holy Redeemer Medical Center

Dr. Maurer was the founder and first director in
1989 of what is now known as The Counseling
Center of Holy Redeemer   

No matter what issues arise in your life, the
Counseling Center of Holy Redeemer Health
System is prepared to help. Our team includes
certified and licensed marriage and family
therapists, licensed professional counselors, and
licensed clinical social workers. The Center's skilled,
caring staff recognizes that life's problems affect
the whole person - spiritually, physically and
emotionally - and take a holistic approach to care.
Other Work Experience
www.MickMaurer.com

President & Founder, Dr. Michael T. Maurer & Associates, PC; NYC, NY
February 1990 - April 1999 (Bensalem and Yardley, PA); May 1999-2001 (NYC)

- outpatient mental health & substance abuse treatment program

- professional association (1990-1993) of three doctoral level therapists, one
post-doctoral level clinical psychology resident, one doctoral clinical psychology
intern, and one certified  massage therapist

- clinical supervisor for one 5th year doctoral intern in 1992-1993 for The
Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology at Widener University

- clinical supervisor for doctoral intern 1999 for  The Union Institute Doctoral
Program  in Psychoanalysis

Neshaminey Plaza I,Street Road and Bristol Pike; Bensalem, PA
                            where the offices for
   Dr. Michael T. Maurer & Associates, PC were located

Therapist, Alcoholism & Addictions Program, Family & Community Services of Catholic Charities - Diocese of Trenton, NJ   
January 1988 - May 1989
- individual therapist for court mandated DWI cases, self-referral addicted, parents & spouses of addicted clients,
probation system, mandated sexual crime cases, incest & sexual trauma survivors, parents of gays & lesbians
- sponsor Incest Survivors Anonymous Group
- facilitator DWI Group

Clinical Supervisor of Counseling Services, Al-Assist Alcoholism & Recovery Program of the Greater Philadelphia Health
Action, Inc.; Philadelphia, PA  August 1987 - February 1988
- supervision of therapists
- review & supervision of therapist’s treatment notes
- supervision & facilitator of fourth-step group recovery program
- oversight of urinalysis program
- member Philadelphia Eagles NFL Team Community Drug Prevention Program Outreach Team

Outreach Counselor, Community Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program of the Economic Opportunity Development Corporation;
San Antonio, TX     1978-1979

Director, Pastoral Care Department at Holy Redeemer Hospital & Medical Center; Meadowbrook, PA
February 1988 - August 1989
- supervision of ordained, religious & lay chaplains; training & supervision of religious & lay pastoral visitors;
orientation of employees to pastoral care services; supervision of in-hospital religious broadcasting;
development of video for in-hospital broadcasting explaining pastoral care services available
- establish & oversee Continuing Education Pastoral Education program for Chaplains,                                    
hospital staff & volunteers, Sisters of the Holy Redeemer, area clergy & parish visitors of the                            
sick and homebound
- training for Holy Redeemer/Nazareth Home Health Care Agency Pastoral Care Volunteer Services for
homebound and hospice visitors
- practicum supervisor for Bucks County Community College Human Service Worker student doing placement at
Holy Redeemer
- practicum supervisor for Beaver College Social Work student doing placement at Holy
Redeemer
- training for Blessed Sacrament Parish, Trenon, NJ Home Visitation Ministry Team
- facilitator for Alzheimer Support Group for Family Members and Care Givers at St.Joseph Manor
- extraordinary minister of the Eucharist to hospital patients
- unit chaplain for AIDS, mental health/substance abuse patients
- establishment of I CAN COPE  & Be-Attitudes Cancer Support/Educational Series
- member Holy Redeemer Hospital and Medical Center Board of Director’s Mission Effectiveness Committee
- member of the Holy Redeemer Health System Pastoral Care Council

Clinical Director/Founder, The Center for Clinical Pastoral Counseling of Holy Redeemer Hospital & Medical
Center
Meadowbrook, PA     January 1989 - August 1989
- provide individual, couple, family & group counseling services
- provide back-up psychiatric & psychological services, evaluation for medication, in-hospital care, & other
medical services
- offer wellness programs, after-care for those recovering from addictions, spiritual direction, priesthood &
religious candidate admission testing, consultation, retreats & workshops
- hire, train and supervise staff
- develop policy and procedures, work for accreditation of center
The Center is still in existence providing counseling to over 90 clients per week.

Clinical Director/Founder, The Holy Redeemer Pastoral Health Care Training Program; Meadowbrook, PA     
January 1989 - August 1989
- establish a program in conjunction with the Franciscan Health System, Aston, PA; St. Mary’s Hospital,
Langhorne, PA; and the Nazareth Hospital, Philadelphia, PA with Holy Redeemer a comprehensive U.S. Catholic
Conference/National Association of Catholic Chaplains System Accredited Clinical Pastoral Education Program
- establish a one-semester internship in Clinical Pastoral Psychotherapy for students from an accredited Masters
degree program in pastoral counseling
- establish a three year residency post-graduate clinical program in individual, marital, & family pastoral
psychotherapy.  The residency involves 430 academic hours, 400 individual and group supervisory hours, and
800 hours of direct clinical experience over the three year period
- recruit staff and students, provide supervision
- develop policy and procedures, work for accreditation of program

Clinical Supervisor, Huntingdon Valley Counseling Service, Inc.(Institute for Marriage and
Family) established in 1973; Huntingdon Valley, PA     
October 1991 - October 1996
- supervision of director/therapist (Robert Gockley, II)
- supervision of Liberty University M.A. Counseling Intern for CLINICALS at Huntingdon
Valley Counseling Service; May 1996 - October 1996
- psychometric testing of patients
- case review and supervision