Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Washington State University
Relationship & loss issues, identity development & integration (LGBTQ, race/ethnicity, spirituality, gender), sexual abuse/assault, body image & eating concerns, mood disorders, mindfulness practice & Buddhist psychology, neuroscience.
Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Pacific University School of Professional Psychology, Hillsboro, Oregon
Integrative theory (psychodynamic, cognitive, relational), identity development, gender transition, depression, spirituality, trauma, substance abuse, assertiveness, grief and loss, creativity in the healing process.
Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
Narrative therapy, identity development, relationships, depression, loss, anxiety, cultural diversity, groups, spirituality, and sexuality.
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Rosemead School of Psychology
Depression, grief and loss, interpersonal relationships, cultural diversity, identity development, psychodynamic and attachment theories.
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Duquesne University
Interpersonal relationships, existential issues, Buddhist psychology, narrative therapy, interpersonal neurobiology, grief, trauma, mindfulness for stress and anxiety management, cultural diversity, social justice, and privilege.
Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology
Psychodynamic theories, attachment theory, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, existential psychology, interpersonal processes, group psychotherapy, mood disorders including bipolar disorder, assertiveness, self-esteem, trauma, cultural diversity and identity development, substance abuse, & mindfulness.
PhD, Counseling Psychology, Fordham University
Not yet licensed (in progress)
Integrative theory (humanistic-existential, psychodynamic, CBT), cross-cultural and multicultural psychology, psychology of religion and spirituality, attachment and interpersonal relationships, cognitive processing and emotion regulation, executive function, ADHD assessment and treatment, students from underprivileged backgrounds, severe forms of mental illness.
PsyD, Clinical Psychology, William James College
Not yet licensed (in process)
I approach therapy from a variety of theoretical orientations: psychodynamic, interpersonal, relational, and existential. Humor also goes a long way! I am fluent in Spanish and enjoy working with students around issues related to cultural identity development and acculturative stress. “Life is never made unbearable by circumstances, but only by lack of meaning and purpose.” ― Viktor E. Frankl
Anxiety, depression, childhood trauma, relationships, body image, life transitions, and expression through art.
PsyD, Clinical Psychology, Widener University, Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology
I use psychodynamically informed approaches to support identity development, personality integration, and healthy interpersonal relationships. Addressing developmental struggles involving loss and grief, mood disorders, and psychosis are of particular interest.
MA Counseling Psychology Humboldt State
Grief/loss, death/existential anxiety, trauma, mood disorders, sexuality, non-traditional families, cultural diversity, adjustment issues, ADHD, and autism spectrum disorders.
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology-Alliant International University, Los Angeles.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), psychodynamic, cognitive behavior therapy, social justice, cultural diversity, identity development, trauma, international students, impact of oppression/discrimination on mental health, first-generation college students, and underserved populations.
Diane manages the front office, provides administrative support to the department, and provides outstanding service to HSU students, staff and faculty.
JoAnna helps students to schedule and check in for appointments, manages our phone lines, and provides administrative support to the department.