Ted Hagen

Freelance Logo Designer & Multimedia Freelancer

Location:Kingsport, Tennessee, United States
2 Skills
Ted Williamson Hagen II
P.O. Box 5086
589 Dogwood Drive
Kingsport, TN 37663


Bachelor of Science, *** laude (Physics and Mathematics) East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee. First two years at Hampden-Sydney College, Hampden-Sydney, Virginia. (1970)

Doctor of Ministry, (emphasis in Ethics and Pastoral Counseling) Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, Richmond, Virginia. (1974)

Counseling Psychology Internship, University Community Counseling Center, the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. (1986)

Doctor of Philosophy, Counseling and Educational Psychology, the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. (1987)

Post-doctoral Psychology Internship, PhD., Indian Path Pavilion, Kingsport, Tennessee. (1989)

AAMFT Approved Supervisor Training, Donald Randall, Ph.D., Athens, Georgia. (1989)


Lab Assistant and Tutor
• Mathematical Methods in Physics
• Classical Mechanics
• Hampden-Sydney College, Hampden Sydney, Virginia

• Physics for the Health Sciences (A course for nursing and pre-med students in general physics utilizing theoretical rather than higher mathematical analysis)
• Physics 1001 Lab (Classical Mechanics, Electromagnetic and Fluid Dynamics)
• Microwave Research (Developing a microwave amplification resonance cavity for the Department of Defense with James Miller, Ph.D.)
• East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee. (1969-1970)

• Physics Experiential Summer, Mathematics and Science Center(Gifted High School Students from the Richmond, Virginia Public Schools, science education enrichment program)
• Glen Allen, Virginia (1970-1971)

• Science and Religion Seminar (In coordination with the faculty at this church related university, facilitated intellectual and spiritual integration of science and faith perspectives)
• University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia (1972-1973)

Adjunct Assistant Professor
• World Religions (A general purview of the religions of the world with regard to history, religious tenets, acts of devotion, and interaction with other religions)
• Friendship College, Rock Hill, South Carolina.

Adjunct Assistant Professor
• Psychology of Religion (The role of belief and faith development in the formation of core constructs governing behavior)
• Winthrop University, Rock Hill, South Carolina. (1974-1976)

Assistant Professor
• Industrial Counseling (Counseling theories and applications to the interpersonal communications needed in supervisory relationships)
• Sociology (Basic sociological principles, research design, and analysis and inference)
• Social Problems (Social problem issues in society such as racism, gender and sexuality discrimination, poverty, healthcare, and the aging population)
• Basic Philosophical Issues (A review of classical and western philosophy, its impact upon public life, and the effect upon personal and collective reasoning)
• Motivation and Learning (Human motivation and learning theories and applications to the world of work)
• Limestone College (Management Program), Gaffney, South Carolina. (1978-1985)

Teaching Assistant
• Statistics for the Life Sciences (Descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, and research design for social and life sciences)
• University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia (1986)

Clinical Assistant Professor of Behavioral Medicine
• Anderson Family Medicine Residency Program of the Medical University of South Carolina, Anderson, South Carolina (1985-1987)

Adjunct Associate Professor, Graduate Faculty
• Marital Therapy (Marital communication models, marital and family therapeutic modalities, and practical therapeutic skill development)
• Family Therapy Supervision (Models of clinical supervision in psychotherapy)
• Practicum in Family Therapy
• East Tennessee State University, College of Education, Johnson City, Tennessee (1987-1996)

Clinical Associate Professor
• PGY-2 Family Assessment for Family Physicians (Segment of the second year residency didactic in Family Medicine, family interview and assessment skills)
• Research Associate and Instructor in Kellogg Foundation Grant for Developing the Doctor-Patient Relationship (Communication skill development for medical students and family medicine residents using standardized patients and clinical feedback. This included recruiting and training standardized patients and the development of doctor-patient scenarios)
• Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee (1989-1996)

Visiting Professor
• World Religions (A general purview of the religions of the world with regard to history, religious tenets, acts of devotion, and interaction with other religions)
• Human Psychophysiological Grief Response (The theoretical and scientific model of the human grief response)
• Philosophy of Suffering in the God-Religions (The centrality of the problem and plausible resolutions of human suffering in mono-theism)
• Kingsport University Center, ETSU-K, and UT-K, Kingsport, Tennessee (1999-2000)

Adjunct Professor of Psychology
• Social Psychology (Principles of social psychology research design including the role of the IRB, theories of social psychology, and practical applications to human systems)
• Personality Theories (Advanced review of Freudian, Jungian, Adlerian, ego psychology, gestalt psychology, existential analysis, person-centered approach, behaviorism, and human systems theories of personality development)
• Cognitive Psychology (Advances review of CNS anatomy and physiology with specialized focus upon memory formation, recall, reasoning, motivation, and emotion)
• King College, Bristol, Tennessee (2001-2003)

Assistant Dean for Student and Alumni Affairs, Director of Institutional Effectiveness, and Assistant Professor
• Communications and Professional Development (Interpersonal communications in the practice of pharmacy, privacy and confidentiality, community service involvement, other marks of professionalism, and professional ethics)
• Neurophysiology (Advanced clinical neuroanatomy and neurophysiology including structure and formation of the CNS and PNS, neurotransmitters, neurohormones, and neuroreceptors and their relationship to disease states such as anxiety, depression, hypertension, seizures, and pain)
• Integrative Medicine (Introduction of the pharmacist as the health coach of the community with awareness and referral skills to alternative and adjuvant therapies including the theories, evidence-based effectiveness, and availability of such treatments)
• Drug Information, Clinical Research, and Biostatistics (Developing the reading and evaluating knowledge of student pharmacists for the scientific literature of pharmaceutical research, especially clinical trials. This includes basic and advanced biostatistical methods and different forms of research design and research bias.)
• Pharmacist in Community Service (PICS) Program (Supervised approval, development, evaluation, and record maintenance of the service learning component of the curriculum)
• Primary direction of assessment, curriculum development, and institutional effectiveness.
Contributing writer of SACS and ACPE accreditation self-studies.
• University of Appalachia College of Pharmacy, Oakwood, Virginia (2006-2008)

Assistant Dean of Student and Alumni Affairs and Associate Professor
• Responsible for student recruitment and admissions
• Significant role in accreditation processes (West Virginia HEPC, NCA/HLC, and ACPE)
• Teaching Communications and Ethics and Legal Issues
• Student recruitment, presenting the TIPS program at career fairs and high school classes in the region.
• Highly Sought After Speaker, Civic Clubs in the Southeastern Region.
• Contributing Author, WV Series 35 and Series 20 authorization documents.
• Contributing Author, Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education Pre-Candidacy Application (Primary Writer for Standards 9-24).
• Tri-State Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Huntington, West Virginia (2008-2011)

Continuing Education Administrator
• Primary responsibility for strategic planning and implementation of a business plan for Continuing Pharmacy Education program
• Medication Management Center, Billie J. Minton, Pharm.D., Kingsport, Tennessee (2010-Present)


Association of Theological Schools, Self-Study Team, Union Theological Seminary in Virginia. The administration, faculty, and student team designed the competency-based curriculum for the Doctor of Ministry. (1970-1971)

National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), Self-Study Team, East Tennessee State University College of Education. Team refined the competency-based curriculum for undergraduate teacher education. (1992-1999)

Founding Member, Integrative Medicine Committee, Wellmont Health System, Kingsport, Tennessee (1996-1999)

Ethicist, Institutional Review Board, (Human subjects research dealing with ethical review of cardiovascular, oncological, and hematological research) Wellmont Health System, Kingsport, Tennessee (1999-2007)

University of Appalachia College of Pharmacy: Admissions, Assessment, Honors, Student Life, Scholarship, Curriculum, Library and Technology Committees, Oakwood, Virginia (2006-2008)
Co-Chair, Assessment Committee, University of Appalachia College of Pharmacy, Oakwood, Virginia (2007-2008)

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Self-Study Team, Director of Institutional Effectiveness, University of Appalachia College of Pharmacy, Oakwood, Virginia (2007-2008)

Chair, Admissions Committee, Tri-State Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Huntington, West Virginia (2009)

Secretary Faculty and Curriculum Committee, Tri-State Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Huntington, West Virginia (2009)


Robert Urie, Ph.D., Career Development Center of the Southeast, “Psychological Factors Predicting Exit from the Ministry”

Forrest Lang, M.D.; Kathleen Beine, M.D.; Michael Floyd, Ph.D. Kellogg Foundation Research and Teaching Grant, “The Improvement of the Doctor-Patient Relationship in Primary Care”

Kathleen Beine, M.D., East Tennessee State University Quillen College of Medicine, “Forgiveness in Clinical Practice” and “Family System Assessment Techniques”

Carl Petering, Ph.D. Mountain States Health Alliance, “Psychological and Physiological Grief Response”


Member, American Educational Research Association.
Member, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
Diplomate, American Board of Psychological Specialties.
Life Member, Kiwanis International
Member, American Psychological Association (retired)
Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor, American Association for Marital and Family Therapy (retired)
Member, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (retired)


• President, Kiwanis Club of Kingsport 1996-1997.
• Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, 1994-1995.
• Who’s Who in the World, 2000 edition.


“Handling the Trauma of Divorce,” an article in the Augusta Chronicle.

Book Reviews for Sharing the Practice (a publication of the Academy of Parish Clergy).

Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy.

“Abuse in the Family,” Forum of Quillen Medical College of East Tennessee State University.

“Parenting Adolescents,” workshop for SEEK (Supporters of Excellence in Education in Kingsport).

“Divorce Recovery,” “Single Parents,” and “Finding a Mate,” workshops for Appalachian Christian Fellowship for Singles.

“The Family System of the Family Physician,” workshop for the Anderson Family Practice Residency, Medical University of South Carolina.

“Aging and the Family Life Cycle,” Spring Symposium, Kingsport, Tennessee, 1989.

Leaving the Ministry. (1985) Thesis, University of Georgia. White paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association.

Emerging Adolescent Personality and the Relationship to Perceived Family System. (1987) Dissertation, University of Georgia. Listed in Dissertation Abstracts International.

“The Family Interview for the Family Physician,” Co-author and co-presenter, (peer reviewed) TAMFT Annual Conference, Nashville, TN February, 1992.

“The Family Constructive Technique: A New Assessment Tool” Author and presenter, (peer reviewed)TAMFT Annual Conference, Nashville, TN, February, 1991.

“Intimacy in Later Life,” Regional Geriatric Medicine Conference, Abingdon, Virginia, 1991.

“Interpersonal Forgiveness: A Systemic Model,” invited presentation with K. Beine, M.D., International Conference on Forgiveness in Clinical Practice, April 1996, Baltimore, Maryland.

“A Systemic Model of Forgiveness and Clinical Implications,” Invited presenter, Regional Conference on the Clinical Efficacy of Forgiveness in Healing, Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN.

“Grief Process and Complicated Grief,” invited primary lecturer, Regional Conference on Pastoral Care, Mountain States Health Alliance and Wellmont Health Systems.

Ethical Standards for Pharmacists: End of Life Issues, with David Gettman, Ph.D (2007).

Entrepreneurial attitudes and fear of failure among pharmacy students in a new era of medication therapy management services, Journal of Pharmacy Education. Gettman, D., Hagen, T. (in publication)

Syndicated Columnist, Person to Person. McClatchy-Tribune Information Services. With Judi Light Hopson and Emma Hopson. 243 articles in all.

Licensed Psychologist, Health Service Provider, Tennessee (retired)
Licensed Marital and Family Therapist, Tennessee (retired)
Licensed Marital and Family Therapist, South Carolina (retired)


Assistant Pastor, Oakland Avenue Presbyterian Church, Rock Hill, South Carolina. (1974-1976)
• Mayor’s Committee on Community Relations.
• Chair, Camps and Conference Committee, Bethel Presbytery
• Board Member, Saluda Counseling Center

Pastor, Cliffwood Presbyterian Church, Augusta, Georgia. (1977-1982)
• Founded South Augusta Counseling Center.
• President, the University Hospital Clergy Staff, Augusta, Georgia.
• Member of the Richmond County Hospital Authority, Augusta, Georgia.
• Camp Director, Youth Ministry Director, and Moderator of Augusta-Macon Presbytery.

Pastor, Good Hope Presbyterian Church, Iva, South Carolina. (1982-1987)
• Family Therapist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Behavioral Medicine, Anderson Family Medicine Residency Program of the Medical University of South Carolina.
• Member of the Executive Board of the Anderson Memorial Hospital Clergy Staff .
• President and Founder of REVIVA, Inc. (a community and industrial development corporation).
• Member and Psychological Evaluation Consultant, Candidates Committee of Piedmont Presbytery.

Minister of Counseling. First Broad Street United Methodist Church, Kingsport, Tennessee. (1987-1998)
• Executive Director, Church Circle Counseling Center, Kingsport, Tennessee. The counseling center grew in size and services to include twelve therapists; graduate level courses offered through East Tennessee State University; post-graduate training and supervision of professional counseling, marriage and family therapy, psychology, and family medicine.
• Counseling Psychologist, for ministry candidates of the Holston Conference, UMC, and the Holston Presbytery, PC(USA).
• Founding Board Member, adolescent treatment services (Link House), residence for the aging, therapeutic riding (Small Miracles), indigent medical care clinic (Friends in Need Clinic), the hospital chaplaincy service and the parish nurse program of Wellmont Health System.

Pastor, Preston Hills Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, Tennessee. (1997-2004).
• Pastoral Counseling and Supervision
• Minister Commissioner, the 209th General Assembly of the PC(USA).
• Moderator of Holston Presbytery in 2000.
• Chairman of Council of Holston Presbytery in 2001.
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