Curriculum Vitae
 H O M E


August, 1979 - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

May, 1972 - Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


Private Practice, Peterborough and Keene, NH.
July 1990 to Present - Provide psychotherapy to children, families and individual adults.  Complete psychological evaluations on infants, children and  adolescents.  Utilize EMDR with trauma victims as well as other associated diagnoses. Consult with staff and train other professionals in the use of EMDR.

Community House, Brattleboro, Vermont.
August 1993 to Present - Consult with staff of diagnostic/stabilization program for 6 to 12 year old behaviorally/emotionally disordered children in order to prepare them for long term placement. Complete evaluations on children to identify  precursors to behavioral and emotional difficulties with resultant treatment needs.

Franklin Pierce University, Rindge, New Hampshire
January 1997 to 2003- Part-time professor in Behavioral Science Department teaching courses in child and adolescent development, history and systems in psychology, abnormal psychology, and introduction to counseling. Supervise graduate student interns in Counseling Center.

Evaluation Resources, Peterborough, New Hampshire
Fall 1995 to 2000- Member of and Coordinator/Developer of team of professional evaluators servicing the Monadnock Region.

Beech Hill Hospital, Dublin, New Hampshire
May 1998 to June 1999-Consult with adult and adolescent staff regarding  psychological management and planning. Interviewed and intervened with high risk individuals to determine suicide and homocidal risk. Performed evaluations and determinations of non-drug or alcohol contributors to status of patients.

Associate Faculty in Department of Psychology, Antioch New England Graduate School, Keene, New Hampshire.
August 1990 to June 1993 - Professional Seminar Leader for 1st and 2nd year Doctoral Students, running a weekly seminar on ethics, professional development, and clinical supervision and liaison of students' practicum sites.

Adjunctive Instuctor, Psychology Department, Masters Program in Clinical Psychology, Antioch New England Graduate School, Keene, New Hampshire.
August 1990 to June 1992 - Teach 2 courses (Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy and Assessment Techniques) to 2nd year Master level students.

Private Practice, Tiverton and Newport, Rhode Island.
October 1982 to June 1990 - Provided individual, marital and family psychotherapy.  Completed psychological evaluations on children, adolescents and adults.  Acted as a consultant to a private school.  Ran child and adult therapy  groups.  Completed infant and early childhood developmental evaluations on disabled/ retarded/ brain-damaged children - Maher Center.

Young Parents' Program, Newport, Rhode Island.
September 1985 to September 1987 - Supervised master level counselors in treatment of and intervention with pregnant teenagers and their families.

University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island.
August 1981 to May 1983 - Special Clinic Instructor/Field Supervisor in the Department of Psychology, School Psychology program.  Instructed MA and Ph.D. candidates in School Psychology on the practical applications of psychological theory through direct supervision and seminar-type discussions. Taught an undergraduate course on developmental psychology.  Involved in ongoing research on abuse and neglect.

Behavioral Therapy Associates, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
March 1981 to August 1981 - Private Practitioner.  Completed psychological evaluations on children and adults for use in court hearing for adoption purposes,and/or for the individual client use.  Provided individual, group and family therapy. Made presentations to various groups on abuse and neglect and the use of eidetic psychotherapy.  Acted as an expert witness in court hearings on abuse and neglect. Consulted with various groups including Indian tribes, on developing laws, enforcement procedures, and treatment programs for the abused and neglected child.  Completed research on abuse and neglect.

Indian Children's Program, Indian Health Service, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
December 1979 to February 1981 - Clinical Psychologist.  Completed individual psychological evaluations on Indian children and adults.  Consulted with Indian Health and Mental Health providers on psychological matters and delivery of psychological aspects of abuse and neglect, psychological development, and treatment modalities related to various problems.  Provided individual, family, and  group psychotherapy to children and adults.  Ran out-reach clinics to screen for  high-risk and disabled children.

Casa Linda School for the Retarded, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
November 1979 to May 1980 - Consulted with staff as to treatment of severely and profoundly retarded adults.  Lectured on theoretical aspects of retardation and on techniques for academical and vocational programming for retarded adults.

Programs for Children, Bernallillo County Mental Health Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
February 1979 to January 1980 - Psychologist lll, provided individual and family therapy to abused children and their parents.  Completed individual and group psychological evaluations.  Testified in court as an expert witness.  Supervised graduate and undergraduate students in psychology and guidance counseling.   Directed and supervised staff of therapeutic pre-school for abused children.  Guest lectured on child development and child abuse.  Consulted with inter and intra agency professionals on intervention and treatment.

Family Resource Center, Social Service Division, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
November 1977 to February 1979 - Child Development Specialist/Staff Psychologist.  Provided individual, group and family therapy to abused and neglected children and their families.  Administered and interpreted psychological tests.  Acted  as an expert witness on child abuse, child development and diagnosis/ treatment of abuse and neglect.  Supervised graduate students from psychology  and guidance counseling.  Designed and implemented a therapeutic pre-school for abused and neglected children.  Guest lectured to undergraduate students in  psychology on abuse and neglect.  Acted as a member of a multi- disciplinarian team.  Served on the board of a peer support/educational program for first time  parents.  Consulted with inter and intra agency professionals.

Children's Psychiatric Institute, John Umstead Hospital, Butner, North Carolina, BereaSchool, Berea, North Carolina.
September 1976 to July 1977 - School/Child Psychology Intern.  Provided individual, group and family therapy.  Worked as a member of a multi-disciplinarian team whose purpose was to screen incoming referrals, to determine the diag- nostic procedures, to complete the work-ups and to provide the needed treatment  and/or follow up.  Consulted with a rural school and the community.  Acted as the school psychologist for the school district.


“Taking Care of Yourself as Well as You Take Care of Your Clients”, Manchester NH, June 20, 2003. Panel discussant and leader of small group to discuss burn-out prevention, etc.

Ethics Roundtable Discussions:
Chestnut Hill Associates, Feb. and June 2008; New Hampshire Hospital, Oct. 2007; Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital, April 2005; Antioch Graduate School, Feb., 2000, Jan. 2001 & April, 2003. Facilitated a professional workshop with psychologists regarding ethical issues and delimmas.

“It’s Rarely Black and White- Wrestling with Grey Ethical Issues in Clinical Practice.” Manchester NH, June 2005. Ethics Committee panel discussion regarding ethically confusing situations.

“Depression and Suicide”, Wilton-Lyndeboro School District, May 29, 1998. Talk to parents alone and parents and adolescents together on the warning signs of depression, interventions to prevent suicidal behavior.

“Empty Nest Syndrome- Boomerang Effect”, Kaleidiscope, Keene, N.H.  May, 1997. Discussion of women’s mid-life identity transistion.

"Body-Image problems can turn dangerous", Keene Sentinel, August 16, 1995.  Interview with Diane Riley, reporter, regarding eating disorders.

Parenting Colloquium, (Two-Part), Antioch New England Graduate School, Keene, New Hampshire, November, 1992 and January, 1993.  Panel discussion on parenting latent age and adolescent children.

Young Parents Program, Annual Conference, Newport, Rhode Island, April, 1990.  Panel discussion on adolescence.

“Young Mother/Family: The birth of a new family member - changes in roles and relationships.” Young Parents Program, Newport, Rhode Island, March, 1987.

“Creativity and Eidetic Psychotherapy”, 8th American Imagery Conference, New York, New York, November, 1984.

 “Metaphorical language of adolescence”,  Young Parents Program, Newport, Rhode Island, April, 1984.

“Adolescence”, Rhode Island Mental Health Association Conference, Newport, Rhode Island, April, 1984.

“Psychological contributors to alcohol and drug abuse”, Bishop Connolly High School Drug Prevention Program, Fall River, Massachusetts, April, l984.

“Female adolescence and pregnancy”, Young Parents Program, Conference, Providence, Rhode Island, June, l982.

 'The Cinderella Syndrome'.American Psychiatric Association, Annual Conference, San Francisco, California,Spring, l980.

“Abuse and neglect, identification and treatment”, New Mexico Association for Marriage and Family Therapists, Annual Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico,  April, l980.

“Identification of abuse and neglect”, Southwestern Regional Conference For Indian Health Service Providers, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Spring, l980.

“The use of the systems approach to a school-based token system”, NationalAssociation for School Psychologists, Annual Conference, Atlanta,Georgia, l976.


Cauthorne, C. (Spring, l984).  Creativity and eidetic psychotherapy.  The Journal of Mental Imagery.

Goodwin, J., Cauthorne, C.G., & Rada, R. (1980) Cinderella Syndrome:  Children who simulate neglect.  The American Journal of Psychiatry. 127, 1223-1226

Cauthorne, C. (1980).  The effects of alterations in seating arrangement on distractibility of kindergarten and first grade children.  Dissertation Abstracts Internation, 40, 8.

Cauthorne, C., Wasik, B.H.., & Shumacher, T.D. (1978).
Use of the systems approach for successful token economies.  Journal of School Psychology, l6, 242-251.

Witte, A.D., Bachman, M., Bachman, J., Cauthorne, C., Rizzo, C., Snypes, N., &  Underwood, V. (1977).  Work release in North Caroline:  An evaluation of North Carolina, l976.  Institute of Government, U.N.C. Press.

Selected as a participant in Ricky Greenwald’s 6-Day Retreat for EMDR/Kid Trainers, June 1-7, 2003.

Appointed to Task Force on Family Law by Governor Jeanne Shaheen, July 2002 - 2005

Member of the Board of Directors of Parentcraft, Albuquerque New Mexico, 1978-1980

Valkyries, U.N.C., 1971

Order of the Old Well, U.N.C., 1971, Vice President, 1972.


Grant from Provost Discretionary Fund, Antioch New England Graduate School, 1992-1993.

Who's Who in American Women, 1982.

Awarded two graduate assistantships in the Department of School Psychology (1974-1975) and for Dr. James J. Gallagher, Director of Frank Porter Graham  Child Development Center (1976-1977).

Algenon Sydney Sullivan Award (1972) for the most outstanding Senior Woman, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill.


National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology -#311738 Inactive
New Mexico - # 236 - Inactive
Massachusetts - # 3207 - Inactive
Rhode Island - # 258 - Inactive
New Hampshire- # 567 - Active
Vermont - # 590 - Active
Certified EMDR Consultant - January 1, 2000-present.


Chair, Ethics Committee, New Hampshire Psychological Association, 2002-2007.

New Hampshire Psychological Association - March, 1991 - present

New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation- 1998 - Present

NH Legislative Task Force on Family Law, July 2002 - July 2005.

Ethics Committee, New Hampshire Psychological Association - Spring, 1995 - 2012

New Hampshire Psychology Association - Board member- Mentor Comm. Chair - June 2002

Rhode Island Psychological Association - Member 1982 - 1991.

American Psychological Association - Member 1979 - January, 2000.

Chairperson, Continuing Education Committee, Rhode Island Psychological Associates - January, 1988 - June, 1990.

Rhode Island Group Psychotherapy Association - Board Member - June, 1988 -  June, 1989.

Member of Ethics Board, Rhode Island Psychological Associates - 1986 to  December, 1988.

Newport of County Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect - 
Chairperson, January - June, 1984.  Child Abuse advisory team and Sex Abuse advisory team member.

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