MFTs and Supervisors! There will beÂ changes to supervision and experience requirements. This will affect interns and supervisors alike beginning August 2012. Visit the BBS hereÂ http://www.bbs.ca.gov/pdf/publications/mft_sup-exp_requirement_changes_sb33.pdfÂ Â to learn more about the changes.
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Good friends and excellent teachers- Stick close to them! Wealth and power are fleeting dreams But wise words perfume the world for ages.
This comes from a recent survey we took anonymously of our graduates. Our Ryokan family is going places! â€œRyokan enabled me to get my doctorate while working. Great program!â€ â€œI primarily teach special education at the middle school level. I have taught Child Abuse courses for Ryokan and other institutions.â€ â€œI have a small private […]
California Psychology Association Having only experienced the California Psychology Association at California Board of Psychology meetings, I donâ€™t have the experience to tell if they are competent, evil or malicious.Â I do know they are very nice and polite.Â Even though I have spent 3 years fighting the APA and its army of minnows (i.e., […]
Billing insurance companies and keeping track of payments is a rather formidable challenge faced by all of us. Â How to do this in the most effective way with the least expenditure of time and frustration is often a matter of preference.Â The era of handwritten insurance bills is over and typed CMS 1500 forms are […]
Ryokan College was named after the Japanese Zen Buddhist MonkÂ RyokanÂ (1758-1831).Â Although the college does not infuse religious beliefs into the curriculum, we also feel it is important to embrace the significant relationship between the college and this historically relevant person. The hermit-monk Ryokan was born in 1758 in the remote and snowy province of Echigo, […]
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Unique Education Approach
Education for a special niche of students, offering affordable tuition, class schedules for working adults, and definite beginning and end dates.
"I chose Ryokan because it was convenient, flexible and affordable. I still work, have a family, take care of my aged mom, own a home, etc. The online classes work best for my busy lifestyle. Without their flexibility, I would not pursue this."
"I had attended two California State Universities and received a Master’s Degree from each before attending Ryokan College to acquire my doctorate in Clinical psychology. My second Master’s Degree was from California State University at Dominguez Hills—the program was completely online and there was virtually no difference in the quality of education I received from an accredited California state university and Ryokan college."
"My experience at Ryokan from the initial interview through graduation was one of encouragement, motivation and compassion. I have referred others to Ryokan without hesitation knowing first hand that the school is always a part of my mind and I will always be grateful to Ryokan for giving me that chance."