over 25 years of

Education and Experience

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Formal Education

B.S.  Psychology   

Grinnell College  1986-1990

 

M.S. and Ph.D.  Child-Clinical Psychology  

University of Washington 1990-96

Internship and Post-Doc

Kapi’olani Medical Center’s Counseling Center (Predoctoral Internship) Honolulu, HI. (1995-6)

 

Kapi’olani Child Protection Center (Postdoctoral Residency) Honolulu, HI. (1996-8)

Licensure

State of California, Licensed Psychologist, #18094,    (4/02 – present)
 

Continuing Education

Supercharge Your Presence: Generate Side Income Online as a Psychologist, (12/17/2020), Live Webinar, The American Psychological Association. (0 credits).

Telehealth Billing in the Age of CoVid-19 and Beyond, (12/17/2020), Barbara Griswold, LMFT, Live Webinar, the Zur Institute. (1 credit).

CAMS Care / Suicide Risk Assessment - Providing Effective, Risk Managed Treatment for Potentially Suicidal Patients in Outpatient Private Practice, (12/9/2020), Dr. David Jobes, Dr. Eric Harris, Live Webinar, Trust- Sponsored Liability Insurance. (2 credits).

BFRB Precision Medicine Update, (12/8/2020), Jon E. Grant, MD, JD, MPH, Darin Dougherty, MD, John Piacentini, PhD, Tara Peris, PhD, Emily Ricketts, PhD, Moderated by Jennifer Raikes. A Virtual Webinar from the Trichotillomania Learning Center.

Understanding and Addressing Psychological Impacts of Racism, (12/4/2020), Dr. Alex PIeterse, Live Webinar, California Psychological Association. (2 credits).

The Art of the Possible: Revitalizing Your Relationship During The Pandemic, (11/17/2020), Dr. Marty Klein. The Zur Institute.

Post Traumatic Growth: Building Strength Through Crisis, (11/5/2020), Clare Nana, Ph.D. The Zur Institute.

Psychological Practice in the Pandemic Era: Legal and Risk Management Considerations, (10/16/2020), Shirley Ann Higuchi, JD, Alan C. Nessman, JD, Connie Galietti, JD, Anne Huben-Kearney, RN, BSN, MPA, CPHQ, CPHRM, CPPS, DFASHRM , Allison M. Funicelli, MPA, CCLA, ARM, CPHRM, FASHRM , APA Live Webinar Series (0 Credits).

 

Into the Unknown: How to Know What to Do When There Are No Clear Rules or Guidelines, (10/3/2020), Adam Alban, Ph.D. Santa Clara County Psychological Association (0 credits)

Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Young Adults in Santa Barbara County, (9/04/2020), Lisa Conn-Akoni, MA, MFT, & Jill Sharkey, PhD, NCSP, TAG (Santa Barbara Trafficking Action Group), Santa Barbara County Psychological Association live Webinar (1.5 credits).

Caring Together: A Compassion-Focused Approach when we Need it the Most, (8/28/2020), Diana Hill, Ph.D. Santa Barbara County Psychological Association live Webinar. (0 credits)

Innovation and Self-Actualization: A Symbiotic Relationship, (7/2/2020), Scott Barry Hoffman, Ph.D. American Psychological Association’s Innovation Series. (0 credits)

Pro Bono Psychosocial Accompaniment of Asylum Seekers (6/26/2020), Mary Watkins, Ph.D. the Santa Barbara County Psychological Association live Webinar. (1.5 CE).

Successfully Marketing Your Telehealth Practice (6/10/2020), American Psychological Association, Live Webinar (0 credits).

Corona Virus Anxiety and the CBT Treatment of Panic, Illness Anxiety and Somatic Symptom Disorder (5/15/2020), Dr. Michael Beiley, the Santa Barbara County Psychological Association live Webinar. (1.5 CE).

CoVid19 Town Hall with APA CEO and President (5/13/2020). (0 credits).

Transforming Uncertainty into Opportunity: The Science of Serendipity as a Tool for Innovation in a Fast-Changing World (5/7/2020), Dr. Christian Busch, American Psychological Association’s Innovation Series. (0 credits)

Mindful Self Care in the Service of Healthcare: An Embodied Approach, (4/29/2020). Catherine Cook-Cottone, American Psychological Association, Live Webinar (1.5 credits).

Resilience for Trauma-Informed Professionals (R-TIP); Protecting ourselves from Secondary Traumatic Stress, Vicarious Trauma and Compassion Fatigue (4/24/2020), Patricia K. Kerig, Ph.D. Department of Psychology, University of Utah. Live Webinar sponsored by the American Psychological Association (1.5 CE).

The New Normal: Coping With Uncertainty and Mitigating Anxiety During These Challenging Times, (4/23/2020). The American Psychological Association, Live Webinar. (1.5 CE).

When Grief Goes Viral: Psychological Assessment and Intervention in the Coronavirus Pandemic, (4/15/2020).  Robert A. Neimeyer, PhD, Professor Emeritus, University of Memphis Director, Portland Institute for Loss and Transition, Live Webinar sponsored by the American Psychological Association (1.5 CE).

Treating Suicidal Risk Using Telepsychology: A CAMS Approach, (3/22/2020), David Jobes, PhD. CAMS Live Webinar. (1 hour, no CE).

A Way out of Loneliness, (4/13/2020), Dr. Lisa Firestone. PsychAlive Webinar. (1.5 hour CE).

TeleMental Health Issue During CoVid-19 Emergency Response, (4/10/2020), Zur Institute, Inc. Distance Learning - Online Course - Self Study. (2 credits).

Telepsychology Best Practices 101: Clinical Evaluation and Care: Cultural Competencies; Documentation - Segment #1, (4/10/2020), American Psychological Association. Distance Learning - Online Course - Self Study. (2 credits).

Providing Psychological Services in the Face of Uncertainty: A Q&A series. (4/10/2020). American Psychological Association. Live Webinar. (1 hour, No CE).

Sustaining Ourselves in Challenging Times: Ethical and Risk Management Perspectives. (4/10/2020). Dr. Leisl M. Bryant, National Register of Health Service and APAIT. Live Webinar. (1 CE).

Psychologists as Leaders, (2/3/2020), California Psychological Association Independent Learning, CP Quiz, Summer 2019, California. (3 credits).

Trending Now in Psychology, (2/3/2020), California Psychological Association Independent Learning, CP Quiz, Fall 2019, California. (3 credits).

Psychology and Disaster Recovery, (2/2/2020), California Psychological Association Independent Learning, CP Quiz, Spring 2018, California. (3 credits).

Law and Ethics X: Supervision and Practice, (11/01/19), Jonathan Young, Ph.D., the Center for Story and Symbol, Santa Barbara, CA. (6 credits).

Suicide: Effective Crisis Response and Treatment,  (09/14/19), Lisa Firestone, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (6 credits).

CAMS Online Video Course Training for Assessing and Treating Suicidal Risk, (8/31/19), CAMS-care and the American Association of Suicidology, Bethesda, MD. Online Training (approved by the American Psychological Association), (3 credit hours).

Where are we with HOPE and Resilience, (2/8/19), Karen Lehman, Ph.D., and Michele Drum, M.S., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

CBT-Based Treatment for Trichotillomania & Skin-Picking Disorder, (11/25/18), Charles Manuuseto, PhD., Fred Penzel, PhD., Ruth Golomb, LCSW. R. Cassidy Seminars, online training. (approved by the American Psychological Association), (13 credit hours).

 

Critical Incident Stress Management Training, (10/30/2018), Suzanne Grimmessey, MFT, County of Santa Barbara Behavioral Wellness. (2 hours).
 

Chronic Anxiety: Powerful Treatment Methods to Break the Anxiety Cycle, (3/16/18), David Carbonell, Ph.D., PESI, Inc. (approved by the American Psychological Association), (6.25 credits).

 

Protecting Patient Privacy When the Court Calls, (3/17/18), the American Psychological Association’s Office of Continuing Education. (1 credit).

 

Facebook as a Research Tool, (3/17/18), the American Psychological Association’s Office of Continuing Education. (1 credit).

 

Best Practices for an Online World, (3/17/18), the American Psychological Association’s Office of Continuing Education. (1 credit).

 

What are the Benefits of Mindfulness, (3/17/18), the American Psychological Association’s Office of Continuing Education. (1 credit).

 

Emerging Ethical Threats to Client Privacy in Cloud Communications and Data Storage, (3/19/18), the American Psychological Association’s Office of Continuing Education. (1 credit).

 

Looking Forward:  Innovations and Opportunities for Practice, (3/19/18), California Psychologist, Winter 2018. (3 credits).

 

Beyond Borders: The Psychology of Immigration in California, (3/20/18), California Psychologist, Fall 2017. (3 credits).

 

Community Resiliency Model, One Day Training (Live), Trauma Resource International - Santa Barbara, CA. 1/30/18. ( 6 hours).

 

Psychological First Aid Online, (01/21/18), the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, distance learning. (6 credits - online).

 

Constructivism, Reality, and Psychotherapy,  (04/07/17), Kjell Rudestam, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Shame Shields:  The armor we Use to Protect Ourselves and why it Doesn’t Serve Us, (08/23/2017), Brene Brown, Ph.D., LMSW, through PESI, Inc. (approved by the American Psychological Association), distance learning. (1 credit- online).

 

The 10 Core Competencies of Trauma, PTSD, Grief & Loss, (11/14/16), Michael Dubi, ED.D., LMHC, PESI, Inc. (approved by the American Psychological Association), (6.25 credits).

 

Four Perspectives of Treating Anxiety, (04/26/14), Michael Beiley, Ph.D., Christine Lewis, Ph.D., Janice Rudestam, Ph.D., Dean Janoff, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (6 credits).

 

Creating a Professional Will:  The What the Why and How, (05/02/14), Carol Dworkin, Ph.D. and Joan Sandberg, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (2 credits).

 

Primer on Violence and Mental Illness, (09/12/14), John Lewis, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Supporting Families in Developing Balance in Digital Use, (10/10/14), Winifred Lender, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Being a Gender-Competent Therapist, (11/07/14), Max Rorty, LCSW., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy:  What it is and How to Use it, (01/09/15), Suzanne Johnson, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

In Sickness as in Health; Psychology’s Role in Medical Illness, (02/06/15), Betsy Bates Freed, Psy.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

A Theatre of the Mind:  Psychodrama and Role Theory, (04/10/15), Elizabeth Plummer, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Positive Psychology, (02/26/16), California Psychologist, Spring 2014, (online), (3 credits).

 

Women’s Issues, (02/26/16), California Psychologist, Summer 2014, (online), (3 credits).

 

Development and Life Span Issues, (02/26/16), California Psychologist, Fall 2014, (online), (3 credits).

 

Diagnosis and the DSM-5 - Changing Times, (02/27/16), California Psychologist, Fall 2015, (online), (3 credits).

 

Pain Management and Overmedication, (02/27/16), California Psychologist, Summer 2015, (online), (3 credits).

 

CPA 2015 Convention Preview, (02/27/16), California Psychologist, Winter 2015, (online), (3 credits).

 

CPA 2016 Convention Preview, (02/27/16), California Psychologist, Winter 2016, (online), (3 credits).

 

Evidence-Based Trauma Treatments and Interventions, (11/15/16), Michael Dubi, ED.D., LMHC, PESI, Inc. (approved by the American Psychological Association), (6.25 credits).

Recent Advances in Psychological Trauma, (6/7/13), Gilbert Reyes, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (3 credits).

 

Care Delivery in a Changing Fiscal Environment, (5/10/13), Charles Lepkowsky, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Psychodynamic Diagnosis of Personality Disorders, (04/12/13), Matthew Bennett, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Digital Media and Telepsychology – Ethical and Effective Use for Clinicians, Researchers, and Supervisors, (02/21/13), Karen Lehman, Ph.D., University of California Santa Barbara Counseling Center’s CAPS Continuing Education Series, Santa Barbara, CA. (2 credits).

 

The role of exposure in the Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Anxiety Disorders, (03/01/13), Michael I. Beiley, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Increasing Therapist Effectiveness: New Contributions from Social Constructionism, Neuroscience, and Existential/Buddhist Psychology, (02/01/13), Stephen Bacon, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Preparing for the 2013 CPT Coding Changes, (01/11/13), Karen Lehman, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Pivotal Response Training:  an Intervention for Autism, (12/14/12), Lynn Koegel, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Psychology Practice Relating to Work and Workers’ Compensation, (11/2/12), Fred Morguelan, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Goal Focused Positive Psychology, (10/05/2012), Collie Conoley, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

A Psychotherapist’s Guide to Facebook and Twitter:  Why Clinicians Should Give a Tweet!, (09/08/2012), Psychotherapy.net, online course (1 credit).

 

Psychology Practice in the Digital World:  Opportunities and Pitfalls, (09/07/2012), Karen Lehman, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Santa Barbara, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

There’s a Clinical App for That:  Integrating Mobile Technology in Psychotherapy, (04/21/2012), Drew Erhardt, Ph.D., & Edrick Dorian, PsyD, ABPP. California Psychological Association Annual Convention, Monterey, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Ethically Managing Your Online Reputation as a Psychologist in the Age of Google and Yelp, (04/20/2012), Keely Kolmes, PsyD., & Heather L. Wittenberg PsyD. California Psychological Association Annual Convention, Monterey, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

What We Know (and Don’t Know) About Telepsychology, (04/20/2012), Michael Donner, Ph.D., Ofer Zur, Ph.D., & Jeffrey Youngren, Ph.D. California Psychological Association Annual Convention, Monterey, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Trauma and Latina Immigrants:  Clinical Manifestations and Two Culturally-meaningful Treatments for PTSD and Other Trauma-related Sequelae, (04/20/2012), Yvette Flores, Ph.D., Regina Armas, Ph.D., Lesleigh Franklin, Ph.D., Rosa Granadillo-Schwentker, Ph.D. California Psychological Association Annual Convention, Monterey, CA. (1.5 credits).

 

Clinical Supervision:  Perspectives and Creative Problem-Solving, (04/19/2012).  Carol Falender, Ph.D. California Psychological Association Annual Convention, Monterey, CA. (2 credits).

 

Supervision Institute:  Clinical Supervision:  Advanced Supervision Practice, (04/19/2012).  Carol Falender, Ph.D. & Edward Shafranske, Ph.D. ABPP. California Psychological Association Annual Convention, Monterey, CA. (4 credits).

 

Health Psychology Institute:  Psychological Consultation in Behavioral Medicine/Integrated Care Settings, (04/12/2012).  David J. Martin, Ph.D., Astrid M. Reina-Patton, Ph.D., Melinda Ginne, Ph.D., & Michael Ritz, Ph.D., California Psychological Association Annual Convention, Monterey, CA. (4 credits).

 

Assessment and Psychotherapy:  An introduction to the use of psychological testing in psychotherapy (12/15/11).  John Lewis, Ph.D.  Sierra Tucson and Antioch University, Santa Barbara, CA. (2 credits).

 

Distressed Students at University of California, Santa Barbara (09/29/11).  Angela Andrade, Ph.D., University of California Santa Barbara; Goleta, CA.  (1 credit).

 

Psychologists’ Duty to Advance the Field:  The Rorschach in a Forensic Setting, (09/18/11). California Psychological Association, Online Course (2 credits).

 

What Can Be Done About Student Misuse of Their Electronic Communication Devices?  (09/19/11). California Psychological Association, Online Course (2 credits).

 

New Practice Opportunities (09/17/11).  California Psychological Association, Online Course (2 credits).

 

Fostering Forgiveness in Psychotherapy:  Implicit and Explicit Processes (09/16/11).  Juliet Rohde-Brown, Ph.D. Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, (1.5 credits).

 

Supervision II:  Advanced Topics, Ethics and Law (05/15/11).  Zur Institute, online course (6 credits).

 

Understanding Personality Disorders (02/24/11).  Dennis Marikis, Ph.D.  Institute for Brain Potential, Santa Barbara, CA. (6 credits).

 

A Culture of Wealth, (09/17/10).  Jo Ellen Eng, Ph.D. Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, (1.5 credits).

 

Psychological First Aid for People Affected by Disasters (10/29/10), Gilbert Reyes, Ph.D., & Heidi Zetzer, Ph.D.  Antioch University, Santa Barbara, CA. Sponsored by the Santa Barbara County’s Disaster Response Committee, (4 credits).

 

Helping Clients and Clinician’s Manage Trauma:  Theory, Applications, and Evidence Based Approaches, (05/07/10), Dr. Gil Reyes, Dr. Karen Lehman, & Dr. Jeana Dressel, Santa Barbara County Psychological Association and the University of California, Santa Barbara; Goleta, CA. (6 credits)

 

Body Dysmorphic Disorder, (03/19/10), Adina McGarr. Psy.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, (1.5 credits).

 

How Alpha Stim SCS increases Practice Revenues, (02/19/10), Dan Staso, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, (1.5 credits).

 

Learning to Breathe Underwater, (1/15/10), Radhule Weininger, Ph.D. Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, (1.5 credits).

 

Beliefs and Practices Supporting LD Learners, Parents, and Professional Support Teams, (09/18/09), Theresa Gorey, Crane Country Day School, Santa Barbara, CA. , 5th Annual Supporting Success Forum.

 

Public Service Ethics Education, (09/14/09), California State Attorney General, online course.

 

Foundations of Clinical Supervision, (04/04/09), Zur Institute, LLC., Online exam and course, (6 credits).

 

The Multi-Disciplinary Treatment Team in Santa Barbara County, (04/03/09), Anna Kokotovic, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, (1.5 credits).

 

Incorporating Experiential Techniques into Psychotherapy, (03/06/09), Elizabeth Plummer, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, (1.5 credits).

 

Evidence Based Psychotherapy with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Clients,  (02/28/09), Tania Israel, Ph.D., sponsored by the Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, Carpinteria, CA. (4 credits).

 

Applications of Voice Therapy in Clinical Practice, (10/10/08), Lisa Firestone, Ph.D., Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, (1.5 credits).

 

Legal and Ethical Risks and Risk Management in Professional Practice, (09/20/08), The APA Insurance Trust and California Psychological Association, Jeffrey Younggren, Ph.D., ABPP, Ventura, CA. (6 credits).

 

Alzheimers, Memory, and Dementia, (09/10/08), R.S. Hullon, M.D., J.D. (Institute for Natural Resources), Santa Barbara, CA. (6 credits).

 

Attachment Disorders, (04/08/08 – 04/09/08), Janis A. DiCiacco, Cross Country University, Ph.D., Ventura, CA. (12 credits).

 

Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Violence and Disasters, (02/01/08), Association for Advanced Training in the Behavioral Sciences (AABT), Online exam and course, (2 credits).

 

Depression:  Current Research from the National Institute of Mental Health, (02/01/08), Association for Advanced Training in the Behavioral Sciences (AABT), Online exam and course, (2 credits).

 

California Laws and Ethics for Psychologists, (01/24/08), Association for Advanced Training in the Behavioral Sciences (AABT), Online exam and course, (4 credits).

 

Making Connections:  Practical Steps for Collaborating with Other Health Professionals, (09/15/07), Salle Hildebrandt, Ph.D., California Psychological Association Conference, Los Angeles, CA. (3 CE credits).

 

Fee-for-Service:  Creating a Win-Win Practice for You and Your Clients, (09/15/07), Elaine Rodino, Ph.D., California Psychological Association Conference, Los Angeles, CA.  (1.5 CE credits).

 

Building a Successful Group Practice:  Business Strategies for Quality Care, (09/15/07), Dean Given, PhD., and Alan Kaplan, JD., California Psychological Association Conference, Los Angeles, CA. (1.5 CE credits).

 

Effective and Ethical Marketing Strategies for Psychologists, (09/16/07), David Ballard, PsyD, MBA., California Psychological Association Conference, Los Angeles, CA., (3 CE credits).

 

Obesity:  A Scientific Update, (01/10/07), Institute for Natural Resources, Santa Barbara, CA. (6 CE credits).

 

Troubled Times, Troubled Youth, (10/20/06), Robert Brooks, Ph.D., Family Therapy Institute, Santa Barbara, CA. (6 CE credits).

 

Breaking Through to 21st Century Teens and Parents, (10/21/06), Ron Taffel, Ph.D., Family Therapy Institute, Santa Barbara, CA. (6 CE credits).

 

Risk Factors for Developing Babies and Children, (01/22/06), Association for Advanced Training in the Behavioral Sciences (AABT) online course, (1 CE credit).

 

Grief:  Coping with the Death of a Loved One, (01/22/06), AABT online course, (1 CE credit).

 

Club Drugs:  A Brief Guide to MDMA, GHB, Ketamine and Rohypoint, (01/22/06), AABT online course, (1 CE credit).

 

Bulimia and Binge Eating, (01/22/06), AABT online course, (1 CE credit).

 

Art Therapy and Anxiety:  Healing Through Imagery, (11/09/05), Cross Country University, Sherman Oaks, CA. (6 CE credits).

 

Basic Hypnosis, (11/13/05), Continuing Education Seminars, Los Angeles, CA. (6 CE credits).

 

The Gift of Fear:  Survival Signals that Protect Us from Violence, (07/25/05), Gavin DeBecker, Distance learning course (9 CE credits).

 

Aging and Long Term Care Workshop, (04/16/05), AABT, Ventura, CA. (4 CE credits).

 

California Law and Ethics, (01/29/05), AABT, Ventura, CA.  (6 CE credits).

 

Innovations in Family Therapy Practice, (August 10-14, 2003), American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Annual Conference, Honolulu, HI. (20 CE credits).

 

Domestic Violence:  Assessment and Treatment, (11/8/03), Alyce LaViolette, M.S., Ventura, CA.  (7 CE credits).  

 

California Law and Ethics Workshop, (07/12/03), AABT, Ventura, CA. (6 CE credits).

 

Child Abuse:  Assessment, Reporting and Treatment, (03/20/99), UC Santa Cruz Extension, Santa Cruz, CA.  (8 credit hours).

 

Chemical Dependency:  Assessment and Treatment, (03/06/99 – 03/07/99), Joe Livingston, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, CA.  (16 credit hours).

 

Human Sexuality, (02/27/99 – 02/28/99), Carol Rinkleib Ellison, Ph.D., UC Berkeley Extension, Berkeley, CA. (15 credit hours).

 

Child Abuse and Exploitation Investigative Techniques, (09/09/96 – 09/13/96), United States Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs – Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Honolulu, HI. (40 hours).