Personal Information

California School of Professional Psychology

Clinical Psychology

San Francisco Beach St Campus

Director of Professional Training

Associate Professor

Alliant International University San Francisco
One Beach Street, Suite 100
San Francisco CA 94133-1221

415-955-2076

Courses, Research Interests, Publications

Clinical and Ethical Issues

Brief Psychotherapy

Practice Management for Psychotherapists

Proposal Design for Disssertation

Creative arts and psychology; trauma and recovery; child, family and society; cultural anthro-psychological approaches to diversity; evidence based practice and the therapy relationship; brief therapy; clinical training

Wyatt, .R. C. & Sutton, W. K. (2010, July). Why aren't more therapists doing family therapy? And what to do about it! Association of Family Therapists of Northern California Newsletter (8-12). Retrieved August 23, 2010 from http://aftnc.com/posts/view/17.

Wyatt, R. C. (2009-2011). Addictions self assessment tests for alcohol, drug, sex, shopping, gambling, tobacco, and food addictions. Addicted.com Self Tests: Clovis, CA.

Wyatt, R. C. (2006). Interview with Kenneth Hardy: Diversity, Social Justice and Psychotherapy. Psychotherapy.net, SF, CA.

Wyatt, R. C. (January, 2006). An Interview with Monica McGoldrick: Family therapy and diversity. Psychotherapy.net. SF, CA.

Wyatt, R.C. (2006). An Interview with Susan Heitler: Conflict-focused couples therapy. Psychotherapy.net. SF, CA.

Wyatt, R. C. (Winter, 2004). Interview with Thomas Szasz: Liberty and the Practice of Psychotherapy. Journal of Humanistic Psychology.

Wyatt, .R. C. (May/June 2001). 1,000 Weddings and an Autopsy: An Interview with John Gottman. New Therapist, (20-26).

Wyatt, R. C. (Winter, 2000). Interview with John Gottman: Couples therapy and marriage. Psychotherapy.net, SF, CA.

Wyatt, R. C. & Livson, N. (June, 1994). The not so great divide? Psychologists and psychiatrists take stands on the medical and psychosocial models of mental illness. Professional Psychology: Research & Practice.

Wyatt. R. C. (2011, January). Managing student difficulties in clinical training in doctoral programs. Panel Member of Roundtable Discussion at Winter meeting, Clinical Training section of National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology (NCSPP), San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Wyatt. R. C. (2011, March). Practicing existential-humanistic psychology. Presenter at UC Berkeley Extension Class on Graduate Careers in Psychology. San Francisco, CA.

Wyatt, R.C., Persing, J. & Emmons, L. (2010, April). Building a regional practicum collaborative: BAPIC. Panel Presentation/Discussant at the annual meeting of the California Psychological Association Meeting in Costa Mesa, CA.

Wyatt, R.C., Persing, J. & Emmons, L. (2010, January). Development of bay area practicum cooperative. Panel Presentation/Discussant at annual Winter meeting of the National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology (NCSPP) in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Wyatt, R.C. & Turner, B. (2010, March). Clinical psychology at the crossroads: Training, internships, and accreditation. Panel Member for UC Berkeley Roundtable Discussion. Berkeley, CA.

Wyatt, R.C. (March, 2010). Interviewer/Discussant/Moderator for keynote presentation by Dacher Keltner for CSPP 40th Anniversary Celebration held in SF, CA at CSPP and nearby locations.

Wyatt, R.C. 2006, June. Law and ethics update 2004 with an existential-relational sensibility. Continuing Education course (6 units) for mental health professionals sponsored by the International Institute for Humanistic Studies, Petaluma, CA.

Academic History and Background

AA, Skyline College, 1982

BA, Psychology, Sacramento State University, 1985

MA, Psychology, Sacramento State University, 1985

PhD, Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley/Alameda, 1989

Licensed Psychologist in California, 1991

American Psychological Association Member

California State Psychological Association Member

Association of Family Therapists of Northern California Member

Professional Practice and Community Service

Psychotherapy and Consultation Private Practice

Board of Directors for Association of Family Therapists of Northern California (AFTNC)

Council Member for Bay Area Practicum Collaborative (BAPIC)