Dr. Ed Shafranske, director of the doctor of psychology program, has been named the first Muriel Lipsey Chair in Counseling and Clinical Psychology.
GSEP is pleased to announce new additions to their faculty; Dr. David Stevens, Dr. Robert Barner, Dr. Carrie Castaneda-Sound, and Dr. Judy Ho.
Staff and friends of the Irvine Community Counseling Center celebrated “15 Years of Mental Health Training and Service” at the Newport Beach home of alumnus Patty Dies.
PsyD Alumnus Teaches Kids to Cope with and Overcome Illness
Alumna Establishes First Mental Health Department in Kuwaiti Hospital
I was already in a state of disbelief at my commencement ceremony in 2004. After four years of hard work, I could not believe I had finally reached this exciting turning point. But then one professor said something to astound me further: “You did it, girl — now come back and teach.”
The alarm goes off, the shades are not quite drawn, and the sun’s penetrating rays are now warming my eyes, gently saying “wake up.”
The Irvine Counseling Center and PRYDE Program Receive Significant Grants to Support Orange County’s Homeless and At-Risk Youth
Rather than take the road more traveled, Melissa Nickert, chose to travel across the United States educating educators about working with autistic children.
A perspective by Gail Wilburn from the Fall/Winter 2009 Issue of Colleague Alumni Magazine.
Once again, GSEP faculty demonstrated their broad expertise at the American Psychological Association (APA) annual conference.
Situated in Los Angeles, GSEP faculty, students, and alumni have an exclusive opportunity to apply their skills in a particularly creative manner.
Celina Guich’s international experiences inspired her volunteerism for various nongovernmental organizations, including a refugee camp in Buduburam, Ghana.
A perspective by Dr. Rene Hernandez-Cardenache from the Spring/Summer 2009 Issue of Colleague Alumni Magazine.
GSEP Thanks Pepperdine University Alumna Evelyn B. Blake for Establishing Endowed Scholarship.
Dr. Asamen, professor of psychology, and Dr. Church, assistant professor of education, were named recipients of the Howard A. White Excellence in Teaching Award.
GSEP’s Multicultural Research and Training Lab (MRTL) held its biennial conference for doctoral students in clinical and counseling psychology.
Bryant-Davis authored an article on human trafficking in The Encyclopedia of Psychological Trauma.
Dr. Neva Chauppette received the Distinguished Alumnus Award at the GSEP commencement.
Alumni Lisa Bahar developed a unique eight-week “cinema therapy” session as part of her group therapy work in a drug treatment center.