I have over thirty years' experience as a clinical social worker and psychologist. My doctorate in clinical psychology was awarded by Fielding’s graduate program, which is fully approved by the American Psychological Association. I have learned a great deal from numerous supervisors, mentors, and teachers as well as from the many people I have worked with in my career.
B.A., Sociology, 1970, University of California at San Diego
Fulbright Fellow in German Literature, 1974-75, University of Cologne
Ph.D., Comparative Literature, 1980, University of California at San Diego
M.S.W., Rural Mental Health, 1983, Western Michigan University
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, 2005, Fielding Graduate University
American Psychological Association: http://www.apa.org/
Society For Personality Assessment: http://www.personality.org/
Association of Family and Conciliation Courts: http://www.afccnet.org/
Pairs, Reflections, and the Ego: Exploration of a Perceptual Hypothesis. Journal of Personality Assessment, 2004, Vol. 82, pp. 114-126.
Using the NEO Personality Inventory In Child Custody Evaluations: A Practitioner's Perspective. Journal of Child Custody: Research, Issues, and Practices, 2011, Vol. 8, pp. 323-344.
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