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I never cease to be amazed how anxiety can run rampant even in a population of clinicians and clinicians to be.Â Specifically I am referring to the amount of anxiety that arises upon even the mere mention of the words Clinical Case Study. Aside from the myth that has arisen in conjunction with this culminating […]
The gaudy beauty of this world has no attraction for me My closest friends are mountains and rivers, Clouds swallow up my shadow as I walk along, When I sit on cliffs, birds soar overhead. Wearing snow straw sandals, I visit cold villages. Go as deep as you can into life, And you will be […]
Pedophilia is one of the more disturbing issues that psychologists may come in contact with during their years in practice. Pedophiles can be unusually difficult to have on a therapistâ€™s couch due to the strong aversion one may feel towards them; the development of a sexual attraction and preference for children is seriously taboo in […]
We areÂ a new and growingÂ outpatient practice called, DAZ Foundation, located in West Los Angeles (Olympic near Sawtelle). Â We offer court-orderedÂ classes and private classes in parenting, co-parenting, high-conflict parenting, anger management,Â and domestic violence.Â Â Our curriculum is evidence based and includes: nurturing parenting, ART anger regression therapy, the Deluth Model for Domestic Violence, andÂ Children in the Middle. We […]
The plants and flowers I raise about my hut I now surrender To the will of the wind. The flower invites the butterfly with no-mind;Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â The butterfly visits the flower with no-mind. The flower opens, the butterfly comes; Â I donâ€™t know others, Others donâ€™t know me. By not-knowing we follow natureâ€™s course.
We will be taking 5-6 practicum students for the 2012-2013 training year. Since 1972, thousands of men from diverse religious and ethnic backgrounds have been successfully treated for drug addiction at Chabad. Chabad views drug abuse as a symptom of deeper psychological issues. Students see patients two to three times a week for individual therapy […]
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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"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."
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