Over the past 37-plus years, I have had the privilege of teaching, training, supervising, and consulting with many marriage and family therapists.
I have enjoyed teaching and training, not only at an undergraduate college, but at the graduate level teaching at Azusa-Pacific University and Fuller Theological Seminary.
I have been honored to supervise trainees and interns (now referred to as associates by the Board of Behavioral Sciences).
As the Founding Director of two counseling centers, I have had executive oversight of licensed MFT’s, Interns and Trainees, as well as the teaching and training of Social Workers, Nurses, Psychologists and Psychiatrists.
If you are a therapist and would like to take a step back from your case in an accepting, comfortable environment, I can serve you as a neutral set of eyes and ears. We can take a look at the diagnosis of the person you are working hard to help, the treatment plan you have put together, the highs and lows of the work, as well as, any issues of transference, count-transference, and projective identification. Consultations can be at my office, online, by email, or phone.
Training and Education
Objects Relations Theory
Conjoint Marital Theory
Family Systems Theory
Bader-Petersen Developmental Model of Couple Theory
ACA Claudia Black Developmental Model of Treatment
Crisis Debriefing and Stabilization
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Acute Stress Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress System Stabilization