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EDUCATION
  MSW Social Work 1973
  Ph.D. Religion 2005
 
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES
  * Licensed Clinical Social Worker #LCS5114
  * CAMFT Certified Supervisor
  * ABECSW Board Certified Diplomate
  * ABECSW Board Certification in Clinical Supervision
 
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
  * Bay Area African American Psychotherapist
  * National Association of Social Workers
  * The Psychotherapy Institute (TPI)
  * NIMH Fellow in Clinical and Community Psychiatry
 
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
  2008 Supervisors Conclave, The Psychotherapy Institute: "Difference In The Supervisory Relationship; An Exploration of Color In The Relationship"
  2009 Superviswion Study Symposium at TPI: "Relationship Between Supervisor and Supervisee and How It Is Seen In Client Transference"
  2005 Wheeler Supportive Care: "The Interface of Psychotherapy and Residential Care"
  2002 Church of God In Christ, California Northeast Planning Conference: "Challenges of Volunteers in the Church Setting"
  1999 Mutuality in the Couple Relationship
  1997 American Group Psychotherapy Association. (National article featuring my work as a Black Clinician serving the Black Community)
  1995 American Psychotherapy Association
"Working with Lesbians as a Straight Therapist -- Complimentary or Conflict?"
 
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
  Private Practice
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Oakland, CA
1975 - present
  Psychotherapy of individual adults. Consultation and Supervision.
     
  Psychotherapist
The Permanente Medical Group/Kaiser Hospital
Department of Psychiatry
San Francisco and Richmond, CA
 
  Evaluation and treatment of outpatients and dual diagnosis patients. Consultation and supervision.
     
  Assistant Clinical Professor
University of California Medical School
San Francisco, CA
 
  Faculty to medical, occupational therapy, nursing, psychiatry residents and graduate social work students.
     
  Faculty Field Instructor
San Francisco State University
Department of Social Work Education
 
  Field Instructor and Lecturer in Human Behavior.