The San Diego Psychological Association

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We think your group will be interested in this free 3 day Summit, Moving Beyond Family Struggles, January 26, 27 and 28. 15 of the TOP EXPERTS in the areas of Family Relationship Counseling, Family Estrangement, Communication and Life Success will be speaking. Please share this with your Facebook Community, and write to us with any questions you may have!
We think your group will be interested in this free 3 day Summit, Moving Beyond Family Struggles, January 26, 27 and 28. 15 of the TOP EXPERTS in the areas of Family Relationship Counseling, Family Estrangement, Communication and Life Success will be speaking. Please share this with your Facebook Community, and write to us with any questions you may have!
Hi! I have the following assessment tools for sale:

-DAS II Comprehensive Kit w/SA -$1,180
-CTOPP2 Complete Kit -$321
-ADOS Complete Kit - $1,975
-WISC-V Kit - $1,180
-WPPSI-IV Kit - $1,235
-TOVA - $260-SRS2 - $231
-Trauma Symptom Checklist for Young Children; TSCYC Introductory Kit - $200
-Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children; TSCC Kit - $332

Most have not been opened. Already discounted, but willing to negotiate. Please PM if interested. Thanks!

My name is Sophia and I am a licensed MFT and psychologist. I want to introduce a great training opportunity for mental health professionals who are looking for an experience of being a member in a process group and want to advance their skills in leading a process group. Please contact me if you are interested in being in this virtual process group.

Dr. Sophia Chang-Caffaro
Has anyone read this book or heard of the author, Joe Newman?
Does anyone know a LMFT or psychologist who is hiring MFT associates? I recently graduated with my masters in clinical psychology with emphasis in marriage and family therapy. I am well versed in applying CBT, ACT, and MI.

Please feel free to pm me.

Anger management certification training via Zoom - June 26-28, 2020. Check out more details at - 21 CE's for CA and Nevada BBS and NASW CE's. Our program is NAMA (National Anger Management Association) approved. Group discounts are offered. Early bird ends on June 9! Register at today!
Hi SDPA folks - I'm writing to let you know about an upcoming FREE webinar on best practices for using outcome measurement in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). For those of you who are interested, you can learn more and register with this link:
Dear SDPA Friends and Colleagues,

You are invited! Please let us know if you can join us for a fun Summer Social Therapist Networking Opportunity...We will be celebrating Dr. Ron Fredrick's new book release, "Loving Like You Mean It." He will be giving a 10-15 minute talk and we will have Drinks, Dinner, and Socializing.

July 13th at Diana Weiss-Wisdom's home in Rancho Santa Fe, California. Co-hosted by Diana and Tami Chelew

Schedule: 5:30-6:15 Drinks and Mingling, 6:15-7:15 Dinner, 7:15 Ron Speaks

$20 per person for Drinks and Dinner Bringing your partner is encouraged. Please RSVP by July 5th at the latest at [email protected]

You can pay the $20 per person by paypal or venmo (Diana [email protected]) or send a check to Diana at PO Box 3101 Rancho Santa Fe, Ca. 92067 Payment will not be collected at the door and must be paid ahead to ensure your reservation. We need a count so we
can buy appropriate amounts of food etc. This is not just for SDPA members but other therapists in the SD Community have been invited as well.

My cell is (619) 405-4845.
Hello all,
I am currently collecting data for my dissertation study and I would greatly appreciate your participation! Also, please do not hesitate to share this with others who may be interested in participating.

I am looking for licensed therapists (LCSW, MFT, PSYD or PHD) who have worked with Borderline Personality Disorder. This study aims to explore the thoughts and feelings of therapists who work/have worked with this clinical population.

Completing this online survey takes 20 minutes or less, and you will have the option to enter a raffle to win one of 4 $25 Amazon gift cards! Please click on the link below to be directed to the survey:

Please share with your colleagues in San Diego! Certification in anger management- March 15-17, 2019 located at the Marina Village Conference Center.

Receive 21 CE’s and get certified through NAMA (National Anger Management Association). Receive court referrals for anger management.

You could register at

Group discounts offered.

Questions? Email [email protected].
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🚨 Job alert Monday!

Father Joe’s Villages seeks a Licensed Clinical Psychologist to oversee the clinical and wrap-around services for unhoused children, adults, and families at its Therapeutic Childcare (TC) Program.


🔹As the Clinical Supervisor of TC, the Licensed Clinical Psychologist, provides therapeutic recommendations to TC employees for implementation in the classroom and serves as the subject-matter consultant for the TC team.
🔹Facilitates the internships of students and their caseloads.
🔹Provides direct clinical services including testing, psychotherapy, and psychoeducation to children of all ages, with a focus on child development.
🔹Uses expertise to deliver mental and behavioral health services to clients with mental health, behavioral challenges, and/or trauma histories, engaging those that are resistant to therapeutic services.
🔹Maintains a caseload of individual, group, couples, and family therapy clients, assessing, diagnosing, and developing treatment plans as needed.
🔹Provides or oversees parenting classes.
🔹Provides classroom observations.
🔹Provides agency-wide professional development in areas of mandated reporting, trauma-informed care, and other clinical areas.
🔹Facilitates students’ internships with partner universities. Oversees training; assigns tasks and monitors performance; provides feedback on interns’ evaluations.
🔹Partners with Father Joe’s Villages’ Behavioral Health clinic to facilitate clients’ service delivery; participate in peer meetings, attend trainings, and maintain licensing and credentialing.

➡️ To apply please email at [email protected]

➡️ More psychology jobs - LINK IN BIO


🌸 Come get to know the Women’s Wellness Committee.

📍 Join us on October 12, 2022 at 5:00 PM at New English Brewing - San Diego Brewery New English Brewing

➡️ All are welcome, but please register so we can get a headcount for this event - LINK IN BIOw

🔸The Women’s Wellness committee provides a community for those interested in advancing the psychological well-being of women.

🔸Our group is inclusive of all people for whom feminist issues are core to their professional identity.

🔸We recognize that factors including ethnicity, culture, language, socioeconomic status, age, ability and sexual orientation impact the diversity of women’s experiences.

🔸We are committed to empowering women and addressing the social justice issues which impact them. We focus on helping women claim their unique identities and build on their personal strengths.


✨ Everyone is invited to join us for a Live Webinar on Building Resilience in Youth Through Sport on Monday, November 7th at 7 PM - Registration LINK IN BIO

⚽️This webinar is presented by the SDPA Sport Psychology Committee and the Intellectual Athlete (IA) .

🏸 IA is a proactive mental fitness company, fusing sport, play and elite athlete mental skills packaged for the everyday kid, will present their school-based "Play Built Resilience" curriculum.

🏀IA offers children a foundational skill set similar to what elite athletes use at the height of competition, through play. These skills (breathwork, imagery, positive self-talk, mindfulness, focus) give students a competitive edge on the playing field, in the classroom, and can be used to combat stress in everyday life. Using a physiological, not clinical approach, they tap into the therapeutic core of sport and play to help young people practice these skills and experience their benefit first-hand. The IA team believes that Resilience needs to be experienced.

🏈 Meet our presenters:

🔹Sean Tuohey is the founder of Intellectual Athlete. He has been working to discover the highest and best use of play since 2000. A former college basketball player, Sean has been involved in sports-based youth development for the past 20 years. In founding Intellectual Athlete, Sean aspires to deliver mental health as an advantage skill set through play.

🔹Alecsander Wortman is a former Division 1 Track and Field pole vaulter and current performance psychology Master's candidate pursuing a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC) certification. He has 5+ years of youth coaching and instructing experience and a passion for mental preparation, breath work, and mindfulness.

🔹Katherine Zhukova is an Oxford graduate and a licensed family medicine physician in the UK who oversees Monitoring & Evaluation at Intellectual Athlete. She believes positive youth experiences in the form of play in concert with coached healthy coping strategies will enhance kids’ mental performance allowing for increased capacity to manage stress at home, in school, and in the world.


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🚨 Job alert Monday!

🔹SDPA member Dr. Karen Hyland, a co-owner of the Hillcrest Psychological Associates seeks a licensed psychologist to work in-person at the San Diego or La Jolla location as an independent contractor in a private practice setting.

🔹Hillcrest Psychological Associates Is a social justice-oriented, women-owned, egalitarian run company with work-life balance at the forefront of all of our decisions.

🔹The practice serves primarily college students, graduate students, professionals, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and clients with trauma. You do all the things you love (therapy) and we do all the things you hate (billing, paneling, marketing).

🔹This is a low-pressure position.
🔹5-25 clients per week.
🔹We are also looking for people who want to work one or two evenings a week after their full-time job for extra income.
🔹Licensed Psychologists are invited to apply. $75-115 per clinical hour.

👉🏻 If interested, send your resume to [email protected]

➡️ For more jobs - CLICK THE LINK IN BIO

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‼️New Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements will take effect on January 1, 2023.

➡️ These new requirements will replace our current Continuing Education (CE) requirements and will create new categories of activities that can be used to accrue required CE credits. The CPD requirements have been in development for many years and were officially adopted last week. 

2023 will be a transitional year. If your license will be renewed in 2023, you can use either the current CE requirements OR the new CPD requirements. Starting January 1, 2024, everyone renewing their license must meet the CPD requirements.

𝐊𝐞𝐲 𝐩𝐨𝐢𝐧𝐭𝐬 𝐚𝐛𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐂𝐏𝐃 𝐫𝐞𝐪𝐮𝐢𝐫𝐞𝐦𝐞𝐧𝐭𝐬:

✅ 36 hours of CDP “learning activities” are required for each 2-year renewal period.
✅ CPD broadens the type of “learning activities” that provide credit beyond traditional CE to include these 4 categories: Professional Activities, Academic, Sponsored CE, and Board Certification.
✅ Activities from at least 2 of these 4 categories are required in each renewal period (except for ABPP Board Certification).
✅There is a maximum # of hours allowed for each learning activity (e.g., 27 hours of traditional “sponsored” CE).
✅ For each learning activity, the regulations include a definition, a description of the required documentation, and the maximum # of hours.
✅ 4 hours of CPD on Laws and Ethics and 4 hours of CPD on Cultural Diversity and/or Social Justice are required for each renewal period.
✅ You cannot accrue hours for any learning activity other than traditional CE prior to January 1, 2023.

🔜 CPA will be providing additional information and presentations on this topic soon. Stay tuned for an announcement of a webinar next month. In addition, I will address the new CPD requirements at the Pre-Convention Ethics Institute on September 22, 2022.

➡️ For more details, please see the Board of Psychology’s Regulatory Advisory which contains links to the full text of the new regulations.

Elizabeth Winkelman, JD, PhD

Director of Professional Affairs | California Psychological Association

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❓Have you heard of Superhero Therapy?

🦸‍♀️Superhero Therapy (ST) refers to incorporating popular culture into evidence-based therapy (such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, EMDR, DBT, and many others) to destigmatize the client’s mental health experience and promote engagement in treatment. Above all, Superhero Therapy aims to assist the client in becoming their own version of a superhero in real life (IRL), fostering posttraumatic growth and being more willing to engage in treatment-related practices.

🦸🏻‍♂️Capes are optional.

🎙 On our latest podcast episode of Diving into Healing our guest host Dr. Monica D. Hinton meets Dr. Janina Scarlet .

🇺🇦 Dr. Scarlet is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, author, TEDx speaker, and a full-time geek. She immigrated to the United States from Ukraine at the age of 12 with her family and later, inspired by the X-Men, developed Superhero Therapy to help patients with anxiety, depression, and PTSD.

🥇 Dr. Scarlet is the recipient of the Eleanor Roosevelt Human Rights Award by the United Nations Association for her work on Superhero Therapy. Her work has been featured on Yahoo, BBC, NPR, Sunday Times, CNN, CW, ABC, The New York Times, Forbes, and many other outlets. She regularly consults on books and television shows, including HBO’s The Young Justice.

🔹Dr. Scarlet currently works at the Center for Stress and Anxiety Management in San Diego.

🔸She authored ten books and has written chapters for fourteen others. Her books include Superhero Therapy, Harry Potter Therapy, Therapy Quest, Dark Agents, Super-Women, and It Shouldn’t Be This Way.

➡️ Click the LINK IN BIO to listen to the full episode


🗓 Our next members-only event will take place next Monday, April 25, 2022 at 5 PM via Zoom.

✅ By attending this presentation you will walk away with the knowledge you need to understand how a 401(k) will benefit you, your employees, and your business.

✅ You will have a better understanding of knowing what your options are when setting up a retirement plan to ensure you are minimizing your risk, liability, and administrative work.

✅ Your Human Interest representative will cover the value of their easy-to-use technology that integrates with over 150 payroll providers nationwide and allows business owners like yourself to maximize retirement savings while reducing your taxable income and benefiting from the Secure Act tax credit.

✨ About Nydia Salazar:

🔹 She is an Account Executive for the Southwest region of Human Interest, a technology-forward retirement benefit platform focused on providing affordable and automated 401(k) and 403(b) solutions for small and medium-sized businesses.

🔹 Nydia has been in the retirement industry for 4+ years, helping people across the country retire with dignity. In her free time, Nydia enjoys trail running, rock climbing, and helping people achieve their fitness goals with tips and tricks she's learned throughout the years. Her number one goal is to make lives better, from helping people feel more confident in who they are to helping them save for retirement and giving them the ability to stop working at some point.

🔹 "If I can just help a few companies every week set up a retirement plan for their business, themselves, and their employees, my job is done."

👉 Join SDPA today - LINK IN BIO


🎙 A new episode of the Diving Into Healing podcast is now available!

🟠 Our guest K (Kathleen) Thomas, LPCC, NCC will give us an introduction to human trafficking.

In this episode we will explore:

🔹definitions of trafficking,
🔹common dynamics,
🔹local statistics,
🔹how to identify and report an abuse.

K Thomas has been working with victim/survivors of sexual and relationship violence since 2010.

During this time, they have worked in many capacities including case management, staffing crisis, and emergency response hotlines, victim advocacy, and psychotherapy services. Providing services to individuals of varied identities, they have worked with victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual abuse, stalking, and human trafficking. With a background in training and research, K has facilitated trainings on human trafficking, LGBTQ service provision, vicarious trauma, neurobiology, culturally responsive services, domestic violence, and trauma-informed care.

K is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and also an adjunct faculty member of Bastyr University in the Counseling Psychology and Naturopathic Medicine programs.

👉 To listen the episode - CLICK THE LINK IN BIO


🌺Today we’re excited to welcome our new Graduate Student member Karalyn Cardinale-Hingorani.

➡️ Here's what she told us about herself:

🔹 I hold a Master of Science from San Diego State University and am engaged in full-time doctoral study at Pacifica Graduate University, with an anticipated graduation of 2026.

🔹 I am currently working at the practice of Dr. Julia Rosengren under her supervision.

🔹 I feel fortunate to have the opportunity to collaborate with and learn from experienced professionals who integrate compassion and care into their clinical approach.

✅ When you join SDPA as a graduate student you get opportunities to build your expertise, network, attend free events and much more!

👉 Join today - LINK IN BIO


❓Have you registered yet?

🔹 THE PRACTICE OF ADDICTION PSYCHOLOGY CONFERENCE is designed for both addiction specialists and mental health generalists. Participants can earn up to 7 APA CE credits for their attendance.

🗓 The conference will take place on June 25, 2022 at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina in San Diego, CA.

Today we are excited to introduce our next speaker Dr. Eric Garland, PhD, LCSW.

🔹 Dr.Garland will give a presentation on Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement: A New Neuroscience-Based Treatment for Addiction and Pain (1.25 CEs)

🔹Dr.Garland is Distinguished Endowed Chair in Research, Distinguished Professor, and Associate Dean for Research in the University of Utah College of Social Work and Director of the Center on Mindfulness and Integrative Health Intervention Development (C-MIIND).

🔹Dr. Garland is the developer of an innovative mindfulness-based therapy founded on insights derived from cognitive neuroscience, called Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement (MORE).

🔹He has received more than $60 million in research grants to conduct clinical trials of mindfulness for addiction and chronic pain. In recognition of his expertise, Dr. Garland was appointed by NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins to the NIH HEAL Multi-Disciplinary Working Group to guide the $1.1 billion HEAL initiative to use science to halt the opioid crisis.

🔹 In a recent bibliometric analysis of mindfulness research published over the past 55 years, Dr. Garland was found to be the most prolific author of mindfulness research in the world.

👉 Get your discounted tickets today - LINK IN BIO


✨ Today we’re excited to introduce you to Karen Lese-Fowler, Ph.D. Dr.Lese-Fowler is a licensed psychologist and a member of Women’s Issues Committee. She works with adults and late adolescents struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, grief, life transitions, trauma, and women's issues.

❓Why did you become a psychologist? What areas of psychology do you specialize in? And why?

I became a psychologist because I was fascinated by the problems people face in life, and deeply wanted to be able to help. At that point I wasn’t sure how to help either my friends or myself! From the beginning of my career, I’ve focused on working with women who are anxious—often those who have suffered some sort of trauma. I frequently integrate mindfulness into my practice. I often find myself working with people who are also helpers: other health care providers, moms/parents, or those who are caretakers of friends, family or pets. Since those people are often women, when I heard about the Women’s Committee I immediately wanted to join!

❓What do you like to do in your spare time?

In my spare time, I maintain a meditation and yoga practice, exercise, read, and spend time with friends, family and my big, goofy dog. Those activities help me to stay centered.

❓ What advice would you give to a newly graduated clinical psychologist?

If I were speaking with a new psychologist, I’d encourage them to first get lots of different experiences, then focus on what’s most rewarding to them. I’d also encourage them to cultivate balance in their life—we can’t help others if we are burned out ourselves.

❓Your website/social media.

My website is located at


✨ Be part of our First Annual Conference on the Practice of Addiction Psychology, taking place on June 25th in San Diego.

🔹Meet our next speaker, Jessica Martin, Ph.D.

🔹 Dr.Marin will give a presentation on Good People Do Bad Things: Ethics for Addiction Psychologists (2.5 CEs).

🔹 Dr.Martin is a licensed psychologist, Associate Professor, and Director of the Division of Counseling Psychology at the University at Albany-SUNY.

🔹 She teaches graduate courses in addiction, ethics, and professional issues, and serves as the clinical supervisor for masters and doctoral trainees.

🔹Dr. Martin’s research interests are in psychosocial, cultural, and contextual risk and protective factors for college student drinking and other health-risk behaviors as well as the training of mental health providers in addiction psychology and screening and brief interventions for substance use (SBIRT).

🔹She has delivered CE workshops on SBIRT and Ethics to psychologists nationwide. She has secured over $2 million in federal funds to support training and brief interventions for alcohol use and HIV and has published over 40 peer-reviewed articles, 5 book chapters, and an edited book on these topics. She currently chairs the Education and Training Committee for the Society of Addiction Psychology.

👉 Get your early bird tickets today at



🚨 Job alert Monday!

🧠 The Halliday Center for Psychotherapy and Wellness, Inc. in Encinitas California (North Coastal San Diego) is a small group of dedicated healthcare professionals working collaboratively to provide both virtual and in person mental health and well-being services to our community.

🔍 We are currently expanding and looking for exceptional licensed mental health clinicians to join our team. Clinicians work collaboratively as independent contractors.

❗️Child and adolescent therapists as well as couples therapists are especially encouraged to apply.

Our benefits include:

🔹Peer Consultation
🔹In-house billing services
🔹Electronic records
🔹Insurance panel support, credentialing, and contracting
🔹A warm and collaborative working environment
🔹Administrative support including patient scheduling, billing specialist, IT training
🔹Furnished offices in a warm and supportive environment/ HIPAA compliant 🔹Virtual Session software
🔹Office services including Internet fax and a second designated professional line for your cell phone
🔹Client support including insurance benefits review and pre-authorizations

🏳️‍🌈 The Halliday Center For Psychotherapy and Wellness, Inc. welcomes and encourages diversity and is proud to stand with the Black Lives Matter movement and openly supports the BIPOC and LGBTQ communities.

📧 For questions or to apply please contact and/or send a cover letter and CV to Dr. Halliday at [email protected]


✨ Meet our member Dr. Lauren Woolley, Phd. Lauren is a licensed psychologist and a chair of Women’s Issues Committee.

❓Why did you become a psychologist?

I grew up in a family which valued compassionate service. I witnessed my parents and grandparents volunteering their time to care for others and reduce suffering. I also had a genuine curiosity about people and hearing their stories. Counseling psychology allowed me to embrace these passions and serve others. I believe no one should be alone in their pain.

❓What areas of psychology do you specialize in? And why?

I specialize in working with anxious women. The prevalence of anxiety disorders is higher in women than men for a variety or reasons. Women experience interpersonal victimization/violence, unrealistic media images, discrimination and oppression, limited economic resources, role strain, work inequities and other social injustices to a greater degree than men. These experiences are also couched in sexism, racism, classism, and homophobia. My hope is to help women understand the social factors that contribute to their concerns, claim their unique identities; and build on personal strengths.

❓What do you like to do in your spare time?

I enjoy spending time with family and friends, sailing, practicing yoga and giving my rescue pup belly rubs.

❓Why did you revive the Women’s Committee?

I revived the Women’s Committee, because there is cultural misconception that women’s issues in psychology were resolved decades ago. It’s important that those who practice psychology with girls and women have an understanding of the social justice issues which disproportionately impact them. The personal is political. I also hope to build an inclusive, supportive home for all clinicians for whom feminist issues are core to their identities.

❓What advice would you give to a newly graduated psychologist?

Join SDPA! Navigating the first year of licensure can be challenging and SDPA provides a supportive community in which you can find mentors. You don’t have to go it alone!

❓What’s your website?



🔹 On June 25th join us for the First Annual Conference on the Practice of Addiction Psychology.

➡️ Meet our first speaker Dr. A. Tom Horvath, PhD, ABPP. He will give a presentation on Mutual Help Groups for Addictive Problems (1.25 CEs).

🔹Dr. Hovarth has specialized in addictive problems since 1985.

🔹 He is the founder and president of Practical Recovery Psychology Group, past president of the American Psychological Association (APA)’s Society of Addiction Psychology (Division 50; the world’s largest organization of addiction psychologists), and author of S*x, Drugs, Gambling & Chocolate: A Workbook for Overcoming Addictions, recommended as a self-help book by the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT).

🔹He was an instructor of graduate addiction courses at Alliant International University and the University of San Diego. For 20 years he was the volunteer president of SMART Recovery (established 1994), an international non-profit offering free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups. He continues to serve on SMART’s US board of directors and the Global Research Advisory Council of SMART Recovery International. He is a fellow of the San Diego Psychological Association, ABCT, and APA.

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