West Coast Counseling and Group Therapy Center EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Administrative Assistant to the Directors If you or someone you know might be a great fit for our dynamic and busy Counseling Center in Encino, please pass along this information, or contact us today. Experienced Admin to assist owners, 16 hours a week, Tuesdays and Wednesdays […]
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Chabad treatment center is looking for experienced interns for our new outpatient center. 1) location : 1750 S. La Cienega Blvd. L.A. 90035 2) MFT or Psy D. experienced intern or licensed therapists 3) potential for paid position, depending on candidate 4) prior experience necessary, cannot be first internship 5) addiction treatment experience and familiarity […]
Please call andÂ submit resume/cv and cover letter to:Â Joseph Grossman, (310) 795-0542, email@example.com Doctoral or Master degree for a licensed clinicians with 5 years experience working with orÂ in a sober living facility. Location: Westside Los Angeles Masters or Doctorate degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, or related field; current independent licensure in the State of California. […]
WEST COAST COUNSELING CENTER Jody Frank, LCSW, DCSW, CAS Cindy Busto, LCSW, DCSW 16055 Ventura Blvd., Suite 1222 Encino, CA 91436 818.986.0600 / 310.475.0223 Ext. 1# / 2# Â MUSIC THERAPY GROUP JOURNAL THERAPY GROUP Pre-Teen Group for BFFs* with Marlee Simon, Board Certified Music Therapist Music Therapy is the universal language. Music speaks what […]
Itâ€™s Jeri Doaneâ€”I have a Psych Assistant opening coming up for someone in our group â€“ do you have any good people who would like to work in the community with schizoprenics and other psychotic individualsâ€”in board and care settings. the buildings are in the central and downtown LA areas as well as in South […]
The Psychoanalytic Center of California in Los Angeles offers a FREE 3 hour workshop on Saturday mornings every other month.Â The workshop provides an introduction to the various models of psychoanalytic thinking through a case presentation and discussion. (see attached).Â Lunch is included. Honey Pietruska, PsyD (and Ryokan Graduate) will keep us updated on the […]
Dr. Stephen Trudeau, one of our very successful graduates and frequentÂ employer of current Ryokan Students, has his first book published.Â Â Courage to Thrive.Â Dr. Stephen Trudeau, otherwise known as the Psych on the Bike, answers a very important question. “How does one overcome adversity and trauma?” By recounting personal stories and sharing the wisdom of countless […]
Post Doc position available immediately working with Inpatient, adult foresnsic/mental illness population. PC1026 (Guilty but not Guilty by Reason of Insanity. San Fernando Valley (Sylmar). Provide individual and group therapy, case management, court reports. Supervision provided and one year commitment required. 32 hrs /week. Paid position with opportunity to increase income for additional work. Contact: […]
Legacy of a Teapot written by Barbara Benom is available at Amazon in either Kindle ($10) or hard copy ($18). ISBN-10: 1682137945 ISBN-13: 978-1682137949 The Amazon review is: Anybody who has ever seen Danny Kaye, storyteller extraordinaire, in Hans Christian Andersen can appreciate the expression, Once Upon a Time. Yet, are we not all children […]
In 2000, Diana Lyn Barnes graduated from Ryokan’s doctoral program and has been busy every since at The Center for Postpartum Health, 13743 Riverside Drive, Sherman Oaks, Ca 91423. She wrote, “I’m the editor of and contributing author to “Women’s Reproductive Mental Health Across the Lifespan.” (2014). New York : Springer Publishing. Thereâ€™s an ISBN […]
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