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The Rose Hill Foundation Awards Grant to Dr. Susan Regas

Alliant International University has been granted an award of $150,000 from The Rose Hills Foundation so that Dr. Susan Regas, CSPP-LA distinguished professor of clinical psychology, can continue the Family Support Services (FSS) program that she and Dr. John Bakaly and Dr. Ronda Doonan, CSPP-LA associate professors of clinical psychology, established in 2010 in conjunction with […]

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Dr. Sean D. Davis

CSPP Professor Sean D. Davis Wins JMFT Article of the Year

Sean Davis, Ph.D., associate professor at the California School of Professional Psychology’s marriage and family therapy program in Sacramento, CA, won the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (JMFT) Best Article of the Year Award, a recognition designed to honor one or two articles each year for their quality, meaningfulness and promise to advance the psychology field. This […]

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CSPP Alumna Sunita Mehta Interviewed for CBS

Recently, Dr. Sunita Mehta, alumna of the San Francisco clinical psychology program, was featured in a CBS San Francisco interview about an exciting new start-up she is a part of–Doctor on Demand. Congratulations Dr. Mehta! The article is below: A San Francisco-based startup is changing the way consumers can seek medical advice from a doctor. Co-founded […]

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Northern Caribbean University Hosts CSPP’s Dr. Sopagna Eap Braje for Lecture Series

The Department of Graduate Counseling Psychology of Northern Caribbean University hosted its spring 2015 graduate lecture series on Sunday, January 11, 2015. CSPP Faculty Member Dr. Sopagna Eap Braje explored the topic, “How Can I Tell What I Think ‘Till I See What I Say?: Linguistic Analysis As a Measure of Psychological Processes.” Dr. Braje […]

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CSPP clinical psychology student Amber Hager

Amber Hager Wins NCSPP’s GLBT Student Award

CSPP at Alliant International University is excited to announce that, Amber Hager, a PhD student in the San Francisco Clinical Psychology program, is the 2015 recipient of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology’s Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Committee Student Award. This prestigious, national award is granted only once every three years. […]

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National Multicultural Conference and Summit

Alliant and CSPP Sponsor National Multicultural Conference

Every other year scientists, practitioners, scholars and students in the field of psychology gather in Atlanta to inform and inspire multicultural theory, research and practice. The 2015 edition of the National Multicultural Conference and Summit (NMCS) revolved around the question “relative to science, service, training and policy, what has the multicultural psychology movement not yet […]

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Anabel Plasencia Wins First Prize at the National Latina/o Psychological Association Conference

At the 6th National Latina/o Psychological Association Biennial Conference, CSPP-San Francisco Student Anabel Plasencia won first prize in the category of Latina/o Child, Adolescent, & Family Psychology Student Interest Group Student Poster. Together with Andrea Naranjo of Palo Alto University, Plasencia authored “The Reunification Project: A group for Latino youth reunited with their parents after extended absence.” They […]

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Dr. Julii Green

Dr. Julii Green Awarded Grant to Support Native American Graduate Students

Assistant Professor Dr. Julii Green of Alliant’s Clinical PsyD Program in San Diego, along with her Co-Primary Investigator Dr. Wendy Peters from the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences, have been awarded a $5,000 grant from the American Psychological Association (APA) to address the unique cultural needs of Native American graduate students. […]

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Student and Faculty Kudos from the 2014 American Psychological Association (APA) Convention

At this year’s Annual American Psychological Association Convention, the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) was well represented with more than 105 presentations and posters by students and faculty! Several of our students’ posters and presentations won awards and many of our faculty were recognized for their achievements (listed below). Special thanks to Michael Newman […]

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