Meet CSPP graduate, Richelle Corbo, recipient of the Audre Lorde Voice and Vision Award for Outstanding Social Justice Advocacy.
Meet Dr. Tara Smallidge, a 2011 graduate of the Industrial-Organizational Psychology program in Los Angeles.
Meet CSPP graduate, Dr. Jennifer Konkin, who started the Leadership Study as her doctoral dissertation, the study is a series of interesting, understandable and practical research.
All three of the 2013 LACPA Convention Poster Award Winners are from the CSPP Clinical Psychology PhD and PsyD programs in Los Angeles, meet them here.
Meet CSPP Graduate, Dr. Rahimeh Andalibian, a licensed clinical psychologist, producer, and author of The Rose Hotel, a novel based on her own life joinery.
Meet CSPP alumna Dr. Teresa Chapa, a senior policy advisor at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health.
Meet CSPP alumnus Dr. Eric Valdez, who currently serves as Human Resources Business Partner for The Walt Disney Company.
Meet Dr. Matt Porter, who was awarded Core Fulbright Scholar grant for his international research in Brazil.
Meet CSPP alumna Dr. Joan Pastor, clinical and industrial-organizational psychologist and consultant.
Our Center for Innovation and Change awarded contract with California Food Policy Advocates, providing new opportunities for our Organizational Psychology students to practice organizational consulting and applied research work.
Alliant 2012 Provost’s Pillar Award for Competency-based Professional Training was received by Dr. Shannon Casey is an Associate Professor in our San Francisco Clinical PhD Program.
Meet Laura Harder, a fifth-year doctoral student, who has been awarded a $60,000 grant for her dissertation.
Meet Dr. Jeremy Lurey, CSPP alumnus, who has supported clients ranging from small start-up operations to multi-national Fortune 100 corporations.
Meet Dr. Cesar Gonzalez, CSPP alumnus who practices CSPP’s mission daily.
A CSPP student, Alex Howland, received a $1.7 million grant from the Graduate Management Academic Council.
Meet Dr. Christina Villarreal, CSPP alumna, accomplished early career psychologist, and Oakland’s Mental Health Writer.
Meet Dr. Marissa Pei, CSPP alumna, board member and much more.
Meet Dr. Noah Hass-Cohen, Associate Professor and Site Director for the Couple and Family Therapy Program in Los Angeles, and read about her experience presenting at the Seoul Women’s University’s 8th International Arts Therapies Workshop.
First Annual Dean’s Scholarship Recognition Reception honors student scholarship recipients and celebrates the intellectual community at CSPP.
Meet Dr. Steve Orma, 2009 CSPP graduate, building a career and writing for the San Francisco Examiner.
Susan Regas, PhD, CSPP clinical psychology faculty member’s innovative internship program hopes to become model for Ronald McDonald House.
Meet Cristina Gomez a student in the Clinical PsyD program in Los Angeles, and recipient of the Marco Garcia Memorial Fellowship.
New Social Justice Track in San Francisco focuses on concepts of power, privilege, collaboration, empowerment, and advocacy in the provision of mental health services to historically underserved and oppressed groups.
A CSPP student in the Clinical Psychology PhD program, Yvette Malamud Ozer co-authored the book, Encyclopedia of Emotion (2010), with Gretchen M. Reevy.
The CSPP Los Angeles class of 1980+ reunited at the home of Dr. Susann Bauman in West Los Angeles in CSPP.
CSPP Alumnus Dr. Peyman Raoofi was honored by LACPA.
Meet Christina Camp, alumna of CSPP and Director of Research Programs at Rollins School of Public Health.
CSPP Alumna and Faculty Member Michi Fu awarded prestigious “Early Career Award.
CSPP Clinical Psychology faculty member Peter Theodore receives prestigious grant in support of LGBT related research.
CSPP Study Finds Couples Are More Monogamous in 2000 than in 1975.
A true leader in the field of couple and family therapy, Dr. Sean Davis is recognized for applied research and scholarship.
Biofeedback: Can you teach your body to lose stress? CSPP Clinical Psychology Distinguished Professor Richard Gevirtz PhD says, “Yes, you can!”