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Michael C. Teague, Ph. D.

University: Ph. D., Psychology

Department of Psychology
North Carolina State University

M.A., Clinical Psychology

University of North Carolina - Greensboro

B.A., Psychology
University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

Licensure: Licensed Psychologist #1462

Health Services Provider – Psychologist
North Carolina Psychology Board

Child Mental Health Examiner

UNC Medical School

Certified Protection Professional #3283

Abel Screener
Gene Abel, M.D.

Memberships: American Psychological Association

North Carolina Psychological Association
North Carolina Hostage Negotiators Association
North Carolina Homicide Investigator Association

Personal: P.O. Box 20447

Raleigh, N.C. 27619
919.266.3918 (fax)


Raleigh Police Department

July 1997 – 2007
• Perform Psychological Profiles of at-large murderers and other violent
• Perform Forensic Hypnosis of rape victims and other witnesses
• Serve on, and train, the Hostage Negotiations Team
• Perform Jury Selection for, and consultation to, prosecutors
• Perform Critical Incident Stress Debriefing, and create 40 person CISD
• Officer Selection
• Management Consultation


• Raleigh Diocese of the Catholic Church

1998 – Present
• Psychological Screening for Priest and Nun applicants
• Training for the Tribunal


Cumberland County Mental Health Center

November 1994 – June 1997

• Licensure supervision of 8 Master’s level Psychologists

• Created, trained staff, and supervised four different types of offender
• Trained and supervised probation/parole officers
• Created and supervised police applicant screening programs
• Performed Abel Screening Evaluations


North Carolina Division of Youth Services

May 1991 – October 1994

• Director of Clinical Services for the five state training schools (950
• Performed Licensure Supervision for 13 Master’s level Psychologists and
Ph.D. provisional candidates
• Created, trained staff and supervised specialized offender programs


Forensic Psychology

• For two years and as a requirement for my psychological licensure, I

received professional supervision from
- Dr. Elliot Silverstein, Ph.D., J.D. – a clinical psychologist, a
Harvard educated attorney, and Diplomate in Forensic
- Dr. George Franks, Ph.D., J.D. – a Legal Advisor for the
Cumberland County Sheriff Department, was a public and private
psychologist, a prosecutor, Capital Defense attorney and District
Court Judge

Organizational Psychology

• As a requirement for my psychological licensure, I received supervision

from Dr. Patrick Hauenstein, an Organizational Psychologist for the
North Carolina Personnel Training Center and a national Industrial
Psychology firm.
• For 1-1/2 years, I received supervision as a member of the UNC
Organization Development Team.


Chief of the Violent Crimes Section

North Carolina Department of Crime Control & Public Safety
September 1979 to April 1992

• Performed criminal analysis and research for criminal justice

• Performed psychological profiles of at-large violent criminals to help
police investigators.
• Educated judges, prosecutors, and police regarding the conditions and the
prevention of violent crimes.
• Expert testimony.
• Organization development consultation for police departments.

Personnel Director
North Carolina Department of Crime Control & Public Safety
February 1978 to August 1979
• Directed all personnel functions for the department, including job design,
human resource analysis and planning.

Screening Supervisor/Psychologist
Developmental Evaluation Center of Franklin, Johnston, Wake and Warren Counties
September 1975 to January 1978

• Trained the first team of prekindergarten screeners, helped set statewide

• Was part of the Center Management Team.
• Chaired the DEC Legislative Committee.
• Served 16 public agencies in four counties.
• Supervised an 8 member staff.
• Administered evaluation project on instrument validity.

Acting Director
Developmental Evaluation Center of Cabarrus, Iredell, Rowan, Stanly and Union Counties
May 1974 to August 1975

• Organized a 5 county clinic serving 21 agencies and a population over

240,000 persons.
• Performed a health systems analysis for the 5 counties.
• Supervised a social worker, audiologist, occupational therapist and
pediatric neurologist.
• Generated the support for the establishment of a handicapped day care
• Psychological testing.
• Family therapy.

Psychologist I
Foothills Mental Health Center of Burke County
May 1973 to May 1974

• Psychotherapy.
• Psychometric testing.
• Police evaluation.
• Organized the county Mental Health Association.
• Made budget presentations to county commissioners.
• Wrote a weekly mental health column for the local newspaper.
• Research projects.

Curriculum Specialist
McIver School for the Trainable Mentally Retarded - Greensboro
September 1972 to May 1973

• Teacher training.
• Administered research project.

Psychology Instructor
Guilford Technical Institute
October 1972 to March 1973
Western Piedmont Community College
September 1973 to December 1973

Food Services Manager

UNC Chapel Hill
May 1969 to May 1970


• State of North Carolina vs. A.T.

Regarding psychological profile of an incest offender, Fayetteville, NC, 1988
• State of North Carolina vs. M.S.
Regarding the dangerousness of a child rapist, Laurinburg, 1989


• The case of the Ninja Murderers, Fayetteville, 1987

• The case of the Teacher/Molester, Asheville, 1989
• The case of the Female Molester, Smithfield, 1990


• National Committee of Hotel and Restaurant Trainers (CHART), Tempe,

Arizona, 1981
• Charlotte City Managers Staff, 1980
• Eastern North Carolina Health Systems Agency, 1980
• Carrboro Art School, 1979
• Western North Carolina Governement Executives Institute, 1979
• North Carolina Secretary of State Office, 1979
• North Carolina Department of Natural Resources and Community
Development, 1979


• Tate Street Social Ministries, Greensboro, 1971-1972

• Burke County Mental Health Association, 1974
• Union County Day Care Center for Developmentally Disabled Children,
• Coastal Plains Women’s Crisis Center, 1978 – 1983
-An organization of 17 rural counties to provide services to victims of rape,
domestic violence and child sexual abuse.
• Victim Prevention Task Force, 1987 – Present
-An association of prison, probation and mental health professionals who
created a comprehensive state plan to better manage ajudicated sex offenders
in North Carolina.



• Abnormal Psychology for Nurses

• Applied Psychology
• Stress Reduction for Animal Wardens
• Introduction to Sociology

Criminal Justice

• Principles of Community Watch

• Community Crime Prevention
• Rape Prevention
• Prevention of Domestic Violence
• Complementary Roles of the Police and the Domestic Violence Worker
• Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse
• Identification and Management of the Sex Offender
• The Profile of the Internal Thief
• Prevention of Crimes Against Business
• Crimestoppers
• Specialized Skills for Mental Health Workers to Better Manage Sex
• Foundations of Violent Crime Investigations: Constructing Psychological
• The Prediction of Violence
• The Profile of the Ritualistic Abuser


• Personnel Reclassifications
• Consultation Skills


“Demographic, Criminal and Human Factors in Car and House Burglaries in Orange County,” 1990

- Developed research design and supervised three college interns who completed 90 interviews.

Organization Development Research

“Entry of an Organizational Development Consultant: Predictors of the Decision to Contract and

Subsequent Consultation Success”

- The only nationwide study of the contracting factors used by OD consultants and clients.

Winner of the Nathaniel Hill Award in Organization Development Research – American Society for
Training and Development, Raleigh, 1986

Qualitative Analysis of Responses to Survey Feedback

• Police Departments
- New Bern Police Department, 1986
- Fayettevile Police Department, 1985
- Duke University Police, 1984

• State Government
- Secretary of State, 1981
- Natural Resources & Community Development, 1981

Supervised the research project which tested the validity of the PET, the basic instrument for the
Statewide Prekindergarten Screening Program, Raleigh Developmental Evaluation Center, 1976

Master’s Thesis: “Teaching Adolescent TMR Students to Mediate Elementary TMR Students:
A Randomized Block Factorial Study”
- A year-long study in the Greensboro Public School System.

“Attitude Changes in Pre-Delinquent Western North Carolina Youths by Using Rational-Emotive

Techniques, “Foothills Mental Health Center, 1973


Weekly column on mental health for the Morganton Herald News, 1973 – 1974

Master’s Thesis – “Teaching Adolescent TMR Students to Mediate Elementary TMR Students:
A Randomized Block Factorial Study,” University of North Carolina, Greensboro, 1974

“Child Sexual Abuse,” Quaker Women’s Journal, July 1985

“How to Distinguish Criminal Offenders,” Crime Prevention Press, Summer 1985

“Entry of an Organization Development Consultant: Predictors of the Decision to Contract and

Subsequent Consultation Success,” Dissertation Abstracts, June 15, 1987

Helped author Call to Action: the first National Crime Prevention Policy, National Crime Prevention
Council, Washington, DC, 1988 – 1989

“The Effectiveness of Community Watch Programs,” Crime Prevention Press, Winter 1989