PSY-1639 is in independent practice in the field of clinical psychology. His practice includes psychotherapy with children, adolescents, and adults, as well as psychological and forensic assessments. A member of the Juvenile Court Evaluation Panel, he has held previous positions as adjunct professor, vocational rehabilitation counselor, and special education instructor. He has produced numerous professional publications, papers, and community and media presentations. PSY-1639 has been honored with many awards over the years, including the American Red Cross Five-Year Service Award.
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, United States International University, San Diego, California
Pre-doctoral Internship, Psychology, Presbyterian Hospital of Pacific Medical Center
B.S., Psychology, Santa Clara University, California
Post-doctoral Internship, Psychology, Tri-City Outpatient Clinic of Alameda County Health Care Services Agency