Education:

1995
License in Psychology (PSY 14382) issued by California State Board of Psychology
1993
Ph.D., Psychology, The Wright Institute, Berkeley, California
1978
M.A., Early Childhood Education, Lone Mountain College / University of San Francisco, San Francisco, California
1961
B.A., English Literature, University of California, Berkeley

Relevant Experience:

7/95 - present
Clinical Psychologist in private practice, San Francisco and Berkeley
9/95 - present
Adjunct Clinical Faculty, The Wright Institute, Berkeley
10/03 - present
Clinical Supervisor, San Francisco Psychotherapy Research Group Clinic and Training Center
10/05 - present
Instructor and Case Conference Leader, San Francisco Psychotherapy Research Group Clinic and Training Center
4/06 - 4/08
Clinical Director, San Francisco Psychotherapy Research Group Clinic and Training Center
9/95 - 7/99
Adjunct Clinical Faculty, Outpatient Psychiatry, Mt. Zion Medical Center of University of California, San Francisco
10/93 - 7/95
Psychological Assistant in San Francisco and Berkeley
9/92 - 7/94
Intern, Mount Zion Medical Center of University of California, San Francisco, Department of Psychiatry
9/91 - 7/92
Intern, University of California, San Francisco, Infant-Parent Program
9/90 - 8/91
Practicum Student, Wright Institute Clinic
9/89 - 8/90
Practicum Student, Child Development Center, Children’s Hospital, Oakland
11/78 - 6/98
Assistant Professor, San Francisco State University Pre-School/Day Care/Early Childhood Education Certificate Program
4/74 - present
Lecturer, consultant, and leader of workshops for Psychology Professionals and Early Childhood Educators.
9/73 - 8/91
Classroom Teacher and Child Care Provider for children from birth to 8 years of age.

Publications & Research Projects:

• Dissertation: Daughters, Mothers, and Postpartum Emotions: A Prospective Study, 1993. Cited as a significant contribution to the field of psychology by The Wright Institute Faculty.

• “The Self Esteem of Child Care Workers,” an empirical research project, 1988.

• Feeling Strong, Feeling Free: Movement Exploration for Young Children. Washington, D.C.: National Association for the Education of Young Children, 1982.


Professional Memberships:

• California Psychological Association

• Alameda County Psychological Association

• San Francisco Psychological Association

• San Francisco Psychotherapy Research Group (Former Member, Board of Directors)

• International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy