AAMFT Approved Supervisors are dedicated professionals who have obtained the educational, experiential and supervisory training required for the competent supervision of marriage and family therapists and trainees.
Overview: AAMFT Approved Supervisor Designation
Those who have earned the designation serve as mentors who support and nurture their supervisees’ strengths and resources, and provide a learning environment that ensures thorough marriage and family therapy (MFT) training and education.
AAMFT Approved Supervisors have a breadth and depth of MFT clinical and supervisory experience, and stay involved in the professional MFT community. They are committed to refining their clinical and supervisory skills, and participate in ongoing professional development through their affiliation with the AAMFT. Approved Supervisors work from a systemic orientation and use a variety of MFT theoretical approaches in their practice.
For comprehensive information about becoming an AAMFT Approved Supervisor click here.
Supervision for Recovery Oriented Care
AAMFT-CA Division has been actively involved with the Mental Health Services Act and has represented MFTs in state level meetings and policy forums to ensure that our profession is included in the transformed public mental health system and that our clinicians are well prepared to serve. Our unique training for supervisors in Recovery Oriented Care has been developed to support and achieve these efforts.
Public Mental Health Supervision
In 2003, a report was published that was prepared by the President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health. This report called for sweeping changes in public mental health systems throughout the country based on an inclusive, recovery-oriented approach to treatment and provided specific recommendations for implementation of the transition. With the passage of Proposition 63 in 2004, California became the first (and so far, the only) state in the nation to have the money to instigate a real transition. Prop. 63 became a law in January 2005, now known as the Mental Health Services Act.
The Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) has created more change than any of us could have envisioned prior to its existence, including a demand for a new kind of practitioner—or at least a practitioner with a somewhat different or expanded set of skills and knowledge base than previously was needed and expected.
The 2010 Affordable Care Act encompassed and extended these changes, as new systems and structures are being created across the country.While the BBS has recognized a need to train educators and assist them in the implementation of change, there is a dearth of support and training available for the clinical supervisors who will be required to “raise” our next generation of providers to effectively function within a transformed system of care. Students who emerge from an updated and revised educational program will need to be supervised by clinicians who are able to adequately guide their progress and development within the transformed system.
In response to this unmet need, AAMFT-CA Division has developed a unique training course titled:
THE TRANSFORMED SUPERVISOR:
Clinical Supervision in California Public Mental Health
This course has been offered throughout the state since it was first developed in 2013 through contracts for its instruction with the Southern Counties Regional Training Collaborative, California Institute of Mental Health, and community-based. A 79-page Participant Workbook, used actively during the training, serves as both a resource guide and a learning aide.Our professional world, mental health services and systems of care are changing!
This course was created to respond to the training needs of supervisors who are evolving with the times as our healthcare system advances. Beginning in 2012, MFT schools are mandated to provide training in recovery oriented care, systems of care and other topics of importance to public mental health.
Whether or not you work in a public setting, you will be supervising interns and trainees who have been educated and prepared for the future. New models for client care mean new challenges for supervisors.
How will health care reform change service delivery systems? How does recovery-oriented care change your supervision process? How do you honor and incorporate your knowledge, training and orientation as a Marriage and Family Therapist within new models of supervision? The training provides 6 CE credits and fulfills the BBS supervision course requirements for licensure renewal. This course is also APA Approved. Check the AAMFT-CA Schedule of Events to find out when and where the next course will be held.
COURSE GOAL AND OBJECTIVES
To present a recovery oriented approach to clinical supervision.
Participants will be able to:
- Explain how the Mental Health Services Act requires a paradigm shift to Recovery Oriented Care in public mental health treatment.
- List the ten Recovery Principles and discuss their implementation within the clinician/consumer interactions.
- Discuss the concepts and challenges related to current public mental health documentation.
- Utilizing the concept of parallel process, demonstrate Recovery Oriented supervision.
Northern CA Supervisors
Specialties: Adolescents, behavioral, mental health and learning issues, substance abuse, justice system and child welfare.
Specialties: Couples therapy.
Michael L. Elterman, MA
19100 Blythe Way
Cottonwood, CA 96022
I am a full-time private practice and have been licensed since 1984. I have received specialized training in psychoanalysis and psychodynamic psychotherapy. I have also received specialized training in hypnosis and psychodrama. I have been supervising interns for over 25 years and trainees for over 5 years. My own clinical practice is with children, teens, and adults; individual couples and family. I also work with adults and children who are developmentally disabled with various disorders. I am also a consultant and provide training in behavioral techniques and psychodrama.
Specialties: Play therapy, sand tray, Jungian Depth Family therapy, consultations regarding conflicted couples and families.
Jerry Harris, Ed.D., LMFT
9253 Sierra College Blvd. #100
Roseville, CA 95661
Areas of Interest/Expertise: Couples, mood disorders, sexual addiction, supervision of supervision, grief/loss.
Lee L. Lipp, Ph.D.
300 Page St
San Francisco, 94102
Specialties: Dr. Lipp has been an AAMFT Supervisor since 1986. She has provided supervision at California Family Study Center, Phillips Graduate Institute, Salvation Army Family Counseling Services, Open Quest Drug and Alcohol Programs, Van Nuys Hospital, Sierra Tucson Hospital , Aids Project LA, and Ralston Middle School . She is currently supervising at Haight Ashbury Psycological Services.
Janet Osborn, Ph.D.
Threshold Educational & Counseling Services
11630 Fair Oaks Blvd., Ste. 203
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
Specialties: Jan currently is on faculty in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program in the Dept. of Counselor Education at California State University Sacramento. She has practiced psychotherapy for the past fifteen years specializing in work with survivors of sexual abuse, addiction, LGBT issues, grief and loss, and couple therapy. Jan has also developed and co-presents mindfulness communication workshops.
Joan M. Ross
Specialities: I have been teaching and supervising systemic couples and family therapy for the last 25 years, I work well with couples and family conflict, also those dealing with chronic or life threatening illness, PTSD and other mental illnesses. I also work with couples who are separating and needing to work out custody arrangements, emotional separation and individuation/personal reintegration. I also have considerable experience in working with couples dealing with sexual problems, aging, end of life issues and bereavement. I do not work with clients whose primary problem is addiction.
My clinical work includes working with clients from various different economic and cultural backgrounds on a variety of issues and people including, anger management, grief, domestic violence, trauma, addiction, co-dependence, co-parenting/parenting, interracial couples, pre-marital couples, LGBT, couples, individuals, children, and families. My specializations are with interracial couples and diversity. I have also published in these areas.
Mickey Wilson, Ph.D., LMFT #49203
5020 Campus Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660
Specializing in personality disorders, and the resulting turmoil in families, including self soothing behaviors of drinking and drugs.
Certified Batterers Intervention Counselor
Certified Domestic Violence Counselor
Certified Guided Imagery Therapist
Certified Grief Recovery Specialist
Certified Teen Life Coach
Jeffrey Zimmerman, Ph.D.
21760 Stevens Creek Blvd. #102
Cupertino, CA 95014
Specialties: My supervision would be in the area of Narrative Therapy.
Southern CA Supervisors
Daniel J. Alonzo, M.A., LMFT
Private Practice Address:
3171 Los Feliz Blvd., Ste. 307
Los Angeles, CA 90039
Core Faculty Phillips Graduate Institute
5445 Balboa Blvd.
Encino, CA 91316
Specialties: Couple Therapy; Sexuality and Sexual Issues (I am also an AASECT-Certified Sex Therapist); Working With Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse; Working with Sexual Minorities (LGBT Issues).
Margaret L. Avineri, Psy.D., LMFT
4311 Wilshire Blvd. #211
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Specialties: Couple and Family Therapy, Cross-cultural/Immigration issues, Supervision in non-profit settings, Legal & Ethical Issues; Theories/Techniques of MFT.
Specialties: Individual, Couple & Family Therapy. Group Therapy. Gifted, Talented & Creative Adults. Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Workplace Issues, Dealing with Difficult People, Multigenerational Family Therapy, Clinical Coaching & Practice Development. Supervision, Supervision of Supervision. Supervisors and supervisees interested in supervision please contact me by phone or e-mail for current openings and availability. I do speaking, workshops and training for therapists, supervisors and interns on Couple Therapy, Family Therapy and Supervision. I have openings for supervision and am willing to offer reduced fees for supervision of supervison when the supervisor shows the necessity for that.
Rachel Bar, M.A., LMFT
15720 Ventura Blvd. #303
Encino, CA 91436
Specialties: I work with individuals, couples and offer group therapy as well as training groups for interns establishing their private practice. Areas that I have specific and/or extensive training with are: relationship discord, interpersonal conflict, infidelity, life stages adjustment, anger, depression & anxiety, personal growth, and grief and loss. I was the Clinical Director of San Fernando Counseling Center where I provide Clinical Supervision. I am also a Clinical Supervisor at the Center for Individual and Family Counseling. I work from an integration of principles from Existential perspective, Humanistic Psychology, Family Systems and Attachment Theory. My approach to supervision is to focus on the Self of the Therapist so that you can increase your awareness as it relates to your own issues. By utilizing your own awareness and countertransference you become a better therapist and supervisor.
Ralph Bruneau, PhD, LMFT
143 North Larchmont Blvd. 2nd Floor
Los Angeles, CA 9004
Specialties: Individuals and Couples from a psychoanalytic/psychodynamic perspective. As a teacher, supervisor, psychoanalyst, and psychotherapist I utilize multiple theories (Object Relations, Intersubjectivity, Relational, Systemic, Humanistic). Whether you are a therapist seeking supervision or a supervisor-in-training, my focus is on expanding your knowledge and helping you develop your own strengths and identity. Enjoy doing supervision-of-supervision!
137 North Larchmont Blvd #61
Los Angeles, CA 90004
Specialties: Working with anxiety disorders and sexual dysfunction in addition to both premarital and marital counseling.
Specialties: Clinical supervision. Strength based and solution focused Marriage and Family Therapy.
Sharon Duffy, Psy. D., LMFT
20750 Ventura Blvd.
Woodland Hills, CA 91364
Specialties: Dr. Sharon Duffy is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor who teaches the 5-hour refresher, 30 hour Approved Supervisor and train the Trainer Courses for AAMFT-CA. She conducts Supervision of Supervision with candidates for the AAMFT Approved Supervisor designation in her office in Woodland Hills. She currently supervises at Phillips Graduate Institute’s Child Therapy in a School Setting Program as well as in her private practice.
Marian Cruz Flores, Ph.D.
612 No. Madison Ave., Suite 612
Pasadena, CA 91101
Specialties: Abuse issues (sexual, physical, substance); grief/loss issues; diversity issues (culture, spirituality, gender); clinical issues (AAMFT Approved Supervisor).
Barbara Filippone, MFT
Interests: Clinical Supervision
Jonathan D. Flier, MA, MFT
300 S. Beverly Drive, Suite 412
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Specialties: I have been an AAMFT Approved Supervisor since 1994 and have supervised licensed MFT’s, Interns and Trainees in my private practice and at the Southern California Counseling center for over 20 years. I have specialization in Trauma Resiliency, Attachment, Intermarried Couples, Family Systems and working with pre-adolescents, adolescents and college aged individuals. I have taught Family Systems Therapy and Practicum classes at Antioch University and at CSPP/Alliant International University. I have been President of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapist, Los Angeles Chapter for two and a half years and on the Core Leadership Team of the Santa Monica/west Los Angeles Networking District of AAMFT.
James L. Furrow, Ph.D
Specialization: Emotionally Focused Couple and Family Therapy
Nancy Gardner, Ph.D.
370 N. Westlake Village #220
Westlake Village, CA 91362
Specialties: Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy, Certified EFT Therapist and Supervisor
Specialties: Trauma, mindfulness, children, couples and families, MFT theories.
Lynda Harbert, M.S., LMFT
13601 E. Whittier Boulevard
Whittier, CA 90605
Affiliated with Phillips Graduate Institute and California State University Dominguez Hills Campus.
Kim Krieger, M.A., MFT
16760 Escalon Drive
Encino, CA 91436
800 W. First St., Suite 2907
Los Angeles, CA 90012
250 W. First St., Suite 352
Claremont, CA 91711
Specialties: I have been an AAMFT accredited supervisor for over thirty years and have trained and supervised MA and PhD. students in Marriage and FamilyTherapy as well as supervising those seeking AAMFT Supervisor status. I am past President of AAMFT and have served on the National Accreditation Board which oversees the written exams given across the United States.
Helen G. Meek, M.A., L.M.F.T
25350 Magic Mountain Parkway, Suite 170
Valencia, CA 91355
Specialties: Helen Meek is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor and CAMFT Certified Supervisor, and teaches the AAMFT-CA 6 Hour Supervision Course and 30 Hour Approved Supervisor Course. She has supervised in school, community mental health, practicum and private practice settings. She conducts Supervision of Supervision with candidates for the AAMFT Supervisor designation in her Valencia office and maintains a private practice. Areas of clinical interest include individuals with medical challenges, such as MS and postpartum depression, couple dynamics, and resilience in the face of adversity.
I have been in private practice since 1987 but have worked in non-profit settings as well. Currently I provide Supervision of Supervision to AAMFT qualified candidates.
In my practice I specialize in working with children, teens and their families, as well as couples work. I am the author of a book on eating disorders, and editor/author of, The Hormone Factor in Mental Health: Bridging the Mind-body Gap (2014), and a contributing editor to, Pituitary Disorders: Diagnosis and Management (2013). I served AAMFT-CA as President and have served on several key committees and task forces for AAMFT on the national level.
Susan Ellen Swim, Ph.D.
71 w. Sierra Madre Blvd.
Sierra Madre, CA 91024
Los Angeles, CA 90212
Specialties: Teaching, publishing, research, and clinical work in individual marriage and family therapy.
Ralph A Weiss, LMFT
Katheryn L. Whittaker, M.S., LMFT, LPCC
P.O. Box 25202
Los angeles, CA 90025
Areas of interest and/or expertise: Motivational Interviewing-especially with Chronis and Sever Mentally Ill, and Substance, Diversity (Billingual Spanish Speaking), Children.
Marika Zaharkiv, M.A., LMFT
16055 Ventura Blvd. #1020
Encino, CA 91436
Friends of the Family
15350 Sherman Way #140
Van Buys, CA 91406
Specialties: Individual and Couple Therapy, Bereavement, Anxiety, and Mindfulness. I have been a supervisor at friends of the Family, a community based non-profit agency, for the past 20 years. One of my great joys is being part of a supervisees growth as clinicians by doing supervision and supervision of supervision.
Orange County & San Diego Supervisors
Lois Abrams, Ph.D.
4152 Katella Ave.
Suite 101 A
Los Alamitos, CA 90720
562-598-4431 ext. 2
Areas of Interest: Humanistic Psychotherapy, Animal Assisted Therapy, and Trauma and Grief Response.
Breffni Barrett, Ph.D.
San Diego, CA
619-297-7181 ext. 107
Dr. Barrett has more than 30 years experience treating individuals, couples, and families.
He has served as a forensic expert in a variety of cases including child custody, personal injury, sexual harassment, child abuse and neglect, malpractice and license revocation. He is past president of California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and served for 6 years as treasurer of AAMFT.
Laura Behm Dewan, LMFT, RPT-S
P.O. Box 421073
San Diego, CA 92142
Phone: 949-951-8369 x2
Specialties: Adolescents, adult individual, couples and families.
John Caffaro, Ph.D.
317 14th Steet, Suite E
Del Mar, CA 92014
Specialties: Child maltreatment, sibling relationships, post traumatic stress, group psychotherapy.
Specialties: Child maltreatment, sibling relationships, family of origin, PTSD.
Laura Carr, LMFT
2333 1st Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101
Specialties: I work with individuals, couples, families and offer group therapy. Areas that I have specific and/or extensive training with are: relationship discord, interpersonal conflict, infertility, addiction, eating disorders, abuse & trauma, anger, depression & anxiety, personal growth, and mindfulness training. I am Clinical Director and Founder of Center for Mindful Relationships, where I have a full private practice and provide Clinical Supervision. I am also a Clinical Supervisor at First Avenue Counseling Centre. I work from my own theory of Compassion Based Awareness Therapy which is an integration of principles from Humanistic Psychology, Family Systems, Attachment Theory, and Zen Buddhist Psychology. My approach to supervision is to focus on the Self of the Therapist so that you are experienced with the ideas you are utilizing with your clients.
Larry Chamow, Ph.D.
2777 Jefferson St. Suite 201
Carlsbad, CA 92008
I am in private practice in Carlsbad and also teach at the University of San Diego. My specialty areas include couples, family businesses, sports psychology, stress management and relationship problems. I am the co-author of two marriage and family therapy textbooks. Essential Skills in Marriage and Family is one of the books which is used widely in graduate programs.
Mary Cipriani-Prince, Director
San Diego Institute for Couples and Families
2831 Camino del rio South, #201
San Diego, CA 92108
619-542-1052 ext. 1
Specialities: Emotionally Focused Therapy, Individuals, Families and Groups.
Raquel Cantacessi, MA, LMFT
Asst. Professor, HIU Graduate Studies Department of Psychology & Counseling
Specialties: Individual, couple and family; relational issues, trauma, anxiety, depressive disorders, and EMDR. Can supervise from a variety of MFT theoretical orientations. Personal operational bent is CBT, experiential, & psychodynamic; EFT & Gottman for couples.
Marilyn Cornell, MFT
3821 Front Street
San Diego, CA 92103
Specialties: I have been doing supervision since 1993 and currently teach at SDSU in the MFT graduate program. I also provide agency supervision at Catholic Charities in San Diego and supervise interns in my private practice. I specialize in issues of Family Vioence and couples. I also have extenwsive training in forensic issues and work in the criminal justice system doing training and consultation.
Irene M. Cornish, LCSW
3252 Holiday Court Suite 225
La Jolla, CA 92037
Specialties: Couples, Structural Family Therapist. Adjunct Professor California School of Professional Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy Program.
Kathryn de Bruin
Specialties: Emotionally Focused Therapy, Registered Play Therapy Supervisor, Couples, Children, Adoption, Grief & Anxiety.
Helena D. Dow, Psy.D., MFT
12625 High Bluff Drive, Suite 305
San Diego, CA 92130
Provides individual, couple, and family therapy to children and adults of various age groups and cultural backgrounds with a variety of disorders and their related symptoms, such as various chronic psychological conditions, relationship and family conflicts, work stress, traumas, eating disorders, bereavement and addiction issues. Certified in Emotionally focused Therapy (EFT) with an emphasis on couple’s therapy. A member of the adjunct faculty of Alliant International University and Brandman University.
Jan Ewing, Ph.D. LMFT
San Diego State University
The Center for Health and Wellbeing
3636 fifth Ave.
San Diego, CA 92103
Specializes in narrative therapist, feminist theories, gender in therapy, community practices, personal identity constructions, GLBT relationships, modern clutural operations in power in the therapy process, mental health recovery and integrative wellness and health issues in Family Therapy.
John Fulan,LMFT, M-RAS
2727 Camino del Rio South
San Diego, CA 92110
Specialties: Couple therapy, compassionate communication, mindfulness, drug and alcohol issues, and co-occurring disorders. Supervision of co-occurring disorders and a contemplative supervision style that focuses on character strength development.
Crystal Green, Ph.D., LMFT
1807 Robinson Ave.
San Diego, CA 92103
Specialties include: Cross cultural communication, community counseling, trauma recovery and the use of mind-body skills for the management of overwhelming emotions and experiences. Supervisory experience in non-profit, private, and academic areas of practice.
Specialties: Post-modern, narrative, and solution focused therapies.
Chad Hybarger, Psy.D., MFT
Family Therapy Institue
2160 Fletcher Parkway, Suite M
El Cajon, CA 92020
Specialties: Brief-strategic therapy and the treatment of oppositional children and adolescent eating disorders.
Specialties: Dr. Jacobs is a licensed Psychologist (PSY 15774) and licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC 27264) in San Diego, CA. Dr. Jacobs has a private clinical psychology practice and specializes in working with individual, couples and families through the lens of Bowen Family Systems Theory.
She is AAMFT Approved Supervisor of Supervisors and CAMFT Cetified Supervisor. Dr. Jacobs offers individual and group supervision to registered interns working toward licensure and to licensed psychotherapists working toward their approved supervisor status.
Dr. Jacobs participated in the Special Post-Graduate Training Program in Bowen Theory at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family (Georgetown Family Center) from 1995-2000. She is currently the program Coordinaotr of the Network Program for the Advancement of Bowen Theory at the Bowen Center in Washington, D.C. In addition to her private psychology practice, Dr. Jacobs is Director of Southern California Education and Training in Bowen Family Systems Theory. This program was established in 1999 and provides education and training to individuals interested in the principles and concepts developed by Murray Bowen, M.D. The program emphasizes “systems thinking” as a way to conceptualize human functioning and focuses on developing a way of thinking that promotes responsible and thoughtful applicatyion of Bowen theory to one’s personal and professional life. A variety of Southern california Education and Training Programs in Bowen Theory are approved for continuing education credits (CE Credits) for LMFT/LCSW and Psychologists in California.
Dr. Jacobs is an approved Continuing Education Provider with the CA Board of Behavioral Sciences (PCE 959) and with the Mandatory Continuing education for Psychologists Accrediting Agency (MCEP AA-JAC008).
Steven Jella, Psy.D., LMFT
2667 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 207-4
San Diego, CA 92108
I am a licensed psychologist, licensed marriage and family therapist (MFT), Clinical Member, Approved Supervisor, and trainer of supervisors for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). I specialize in working with children, adolescents, couples and their families who have a range of difficulties. My current practice interests and specialties include clinical hypnosis, children and adolescents, family therapy, sex therapy, self-injurious behaviors, eating disorders, substance abuse, strategic family therapy, psychometrics, supervision, prevention, bullying, and victims of abuse/ trauma.
Lana L. Jones
24672 San Juan Ave. Suite 206
Dana Point, CA 92629
Areas of interest: Couples counseling, Women’s Issues, Personal Growth, Spiritual Issues, EMDR Certified for trauma recovery.
Specialties: Besides being a professor in both San Diego State University (SDSU) and Alliant International University ’s (AIU) COAMFTE Master’s and Doctorate programs, I have a private practice located in the heart of Mission Valley in San Diego , CA . I see clients on an individual, couple, and family basis. My primary focus is Couples Counseling and aim to create greater levels of trust, safety and stronger emotional bonds through the use of Emotionally Focus Therapy (EFT). Further issues addressed range from relational conflicts, work concerns, and family difficulties to depression, grief, stress, anger, anxiety and addiction. I work with all ages, ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Classes I am currently teaching are Couples Therapy, Sex Therapy, MFT Techniques and Supervision 1 at both the Master’s and Doctoral levels. The Supervision 1 class is the first stage in preparing Doctoral students to become AAMFT Approved Supervisors.
Dr. Marjorie V. Krausz
Carlsbad, CA 92009
Specialties: I have a general practice where I see individuals as young as 2. My oldest client is 86 years of age. I see families, couples and individuals.
Specialties: Children, youth and parent-child relationships, military families, mental illness and substance abuse.
Beverly Laning, M.A., MFT
3142 Vista Way Suite 205
Oceanside, CA 92056
phone: 760-758-1480 ext. 6874
Lynda Lennox, MFT
2755 Jefferson Street, Suite 104
Carlsbad, CA 92008
Individual and group supervision. Focus on individuals, families and interns within systems. Encourage interns to identify their personal theoretical orientation and to become competent in utilizing different approaches to meet clients’ needs.
Jussi M. Light, M.A., LMFT
Office: 2850 Pio Pico Drive Suite K
Carlsbad, CA 92008
Mailing Address: PO Box 2700
Carlsbad, CA 92018
Phone & Fax 760-494-4394
Specializes in adolescent, couples and family relationship distress using Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). Treatment for trauma, depression, anxiety, grief, and family of origin issues from an integration of systems and attachment theory. Supervision in EFT available.
Ben K. Lim, Ph.D., MFT
6116 Arosa Street
San Diego, CA 92115
Specialties include: Couples counseling, Crisis Intervention and Trauma Recovery, Spirituality, Cross-Cultural Counseling, Mental health in Third World Countries.
Soh-Leong Lim, Ph.D., LMFT
San Diego Institute for Couples and Families
2831 Camino del Rio South
Specialization: Clinical hypnosis, solution oriented therapy, cross cultural and acculturation issues, family-of-origin, couples therapy, Seminar director, PREPARE-ENRICH, Associate Professor San Diego State University, Marriage and Family Therapy Program
Cloe Madanes, LIC, H.D.L.
Robbins-Madanes Center for Strategic Intervention
2223 Avienda De La Playa, Suite 105
La Jolla, CA 92037
Antonio Marotta, LMFT, Ph.D.
Joanne Monro, MFT
Specialties: Intrafamilal Child Molestation, Sexual Abuse, Substance Misuse, Families in Perpetual Crisis, At Risk Families.
Linda M. Nichols, MA/MFT
P.O. Box 23988
San Diego, CA 92193
Specialties: Couple and Family Therapy issues dealing with trauma, abuse and relational/family distres, Supervision of E.F.T. Trainees and practitioners as well as M.F.T. trainees and interns.
Specialties: Couples therapy.
Couples, individuals, families, military population, traumatic grief.
Fredric A. Seldin, Ph.D.
1010 University Avenue PMB #915
San Diego, CA 92103-3395
Specialty: Integrated Problem-Centered
Kirsti Senac, LMFT
7946 Ivanhoe Ave.
La Jolla, CA 92037
Specialties: Adolescents and couples, psychodynamic psychotherapy, motivational interviewing and CBT.
Brent Taylor, Ph.D.
2423 Camino del Rio S. #103
San Diego, CA 92108
Expertise in Cultural Issues, Latino Families, foster and Adoptive Families, Men’s Issues, Home-Based Therapy
Donald Welch, Ph.D.
Chairman and Founder of Enriching Relationships, Inc.
2525 Camino del Rio South, Suite 315
San Diego, CA 92108
Phone: 619-280-3430 ext. 130
Owner and Director of Family Consultation Services, Inc.
Kathy Wexler, M.A., LMFT
Phillips Graduate Institute
19900 Plummer Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311
I am primarily an educator, with particular interest in developing curriculum for adult learners, and in skills training for relational work. I have worked as a supervisor in Phillips’ counseling center for many years, and have a small private practice. As a long-time AAMFT approved supervisor, I have enjoyed mentoring others through the process of supervision of their supervision.
Burt N. Winer, Ph.D., MBA, LMFT
Office: Villa Park Medical
17817 Santiago Blvd.
Villa Park, CA 92861
Office: 112 E. Chapman Avenue A-5
Orange, CA 92861
Specialization: Supervision of supervision
Scott Woolley, Ph.D.
California School of Professional Psychology
Alliant International University
10455 Pomerado Road
San Diego, CA 92131-1799
Specialties: Emotionally Focused Therapy, Couples Therapy, Supervision processes
Eun Soon Yang, Ph. D. & LMFT
1245 W. 6th Street
Corona, CA 92882
Specialties: Bi-lingual (Korean & English) MFT Trainer; Cross-cultural education & Family Ministry
Central Coast Supervisors
Dr. Robert Beilin , Ph.D
Janet Z. Giler, Ph.D., MFT
549 N. Hope Ave.
Santa Barbara, CA 93110
Book: Socially ADDept Teaching Social Skills to Children with ADHD, LD, and Aspergers (Wiley, 2011)
Specialties: Parenting, teenagers with special needs, transition issues, family therapy, social skills training.
Clarence Hibbs, Ph.D
360 North Mobil, Suite 205-D
Camarillo, CA 93010
Vicki Koenig, Ph.D.
P.O. Box 6732
Santa Barbara, CA 93160
Office/Voicemail (805) 252-0645
Specialties: I am a licensed psychologist (PSY 19316) and licensed MFT (MFC 28526) in California . I have been an AAMFT Approved Clinical Supervisor since 1995 and have provided clinical supervision and training to interns and trainees in a variety of clinical settings since 1993. Presently, I am an Adjunct Faculty instructor for several higher education institutions. I utilize a variety of therapeutic approaches to treatment with an emphasis on Bowen Family Systems and Psychodynamic orientations.
Linda M. Rio, M.A.
New Beginnings Counseling Center
Specialties: Practice specializing in work with children/families, large playroom available. Supervision training has strong emphasis on business aspects of clinical practice as well as the therapeutic issues.
Ian P. Chand, Ph.D., LMFT
1881 Commercecenter East, #232
San Bernadino, CA 92408
Randall Walker, M.S., MFT
545 N. Mountain Avenue, Ste. 204
Upland, CA 91786
Specialties: Working with substance abusers and their families/relationships, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and solution-focused brief therapy.