Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry, Center State College, Edmond, Oklahoma, 1960; Doctor of Medicine, U. Oklahoma, 1964.
Intern, United States Public Health Service Hospital, San Francisco, 1964-1965;
resident in psychiatry, U. Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Norman, 1965-1968;
consultant department obstetrics-gynecology., U. Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Norman, 1970-1972;
consultant, psychotherapy supervisor, Edmond (Oklahoma) Guidance Clinic, 1968-1976;
staff physician, Center State Comm. Mental Health Center, Norman, Oklahoma, 1968-1969;
staff physician, Baptist Memorial Hospital, 1968-1969;
founder, vice president, Institute for Emotional and Learning Problems in Children, Oklahoma City, 1971-1972;
psychiatrist, president, Oklahoma City Psychiatric Clinic, 1968-1974;
private practice, Oklahoma City, since 1968. Instructor department psychiatry and behavioral science U. Oklahoma, Norman, 1968-1969.
Assistant clinical professor psychiatry U. Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, 1969-1978, supervisor psychiatric residents, since 1971. Associate clinical professor psychiatry, 1978-1988, professor, since 1988. Consultant Mercy Hospital, North Center Okla.Community Mental Health Superior vena cava syndrome, Inc., Red Rock Mental Health Center, 1975-1981, Cleveland County Mental Heatlh Association, 1968-1969.
Private psychotherapist, since 1968.
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Volunteer Oklahoma City Public School Helping Hands Program, 1970-1975. Board directors Paseo (Oklahoma) Drug Abuse Center, 1972-1973. Director Pinewood Derby Boy Scouts American, Pack 160, 1972-1973.
Volunteer physician Young Men’s Christian Association Little League football and baseball, Oklahoma City, 1972-1975. Health officer Boy Scouts American, Troop 176, Oklahoma City, 1973-1974. Volunteer probation counselor supervisor Oklahoma Municipal Court Justices, 1974-1976.
Team physician Deer Creek High School, Oklahoma City, 1977-1983. Consultant Junior League Oklahoma, 1978, many other volunteer services With United States Army, 1954-1957, United States Army Reserve, 1957-1962. Fellow American Psychiatric Association (numerous offices Oklahoma district branch including president advising committee 1978-1982, currently advisor, consultant to peer review committee).
Member American Medical Association, Oklahoma Medical Society (vice chairman mental health committee 1975-1976), Oklahoma County Medical Society.
M. Anita Maria Poarch. Children: David, John, Maria.