Since 1986, I
have been teaching psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and
marriage, family, and child counselors. Below is a summary of the courses I have taught. Course
outlines are available if requested. See
Publications for information
about my research.
mail to: Ellen@berkeleyfamilytherapy.com
|JFK University, Orinda,
California. Clinical and Community Practice; Advanced Seminar
in Family Therapy. |
AFTNC Postgraduate Training Program in Couples, Family and Community
Practice, Berkeley, California.|
Alliant Graduate School of
Professional Psychology Continuing Education, San Francisco,
California. Working with Families
facing Catastrophic Illness and Multigenerational Family Therapy with
|Alliant Graduate School of
Professional Psychology, San Francisco, CA. Advanced Seminar
in Family Therapy. Community Practice, Health and Families..|
Smith College School of
Social Work. Northampton, MA. 1997 to 2001. Adjunct
Multiculturalism and Diversity in Clinical Practice. Sociocultural
Concepts,. Family Theory, Family Therapy. Effects of Managed Care on
Family Therapy. Narrative and Feminist Family Therapy Practice
California School of Professional Psychology, Alameda, CA. 1991
to 1996. Title: Adjunct Faculty and Liaison
Coordinator. Teaching: Divorce and Nontraditional
Families-Effects on Children, Child Development, Principles of
Psychotherapy, Theory and Technique: Family Therapy, Seminar on
Clinical and Ethical Issues to Ph.D. and Psy.D. clinical psychology
students. Work with local training agencies to integrate internships
with academic training. Supervise dissertations.
Transpersonal Psychology, Menlo Park, CA. 1991. Adjunct Faculty. Teaching, "Family Therapy Theory," to Ph.D. clinical psychology
Francisco Extension, Palo Alto, CA. 1990. Adjunct Faculty.
Teaching: Child Therapy to second year Masters level students.
at Stanford, Stanford, CA. September 1986 to July 1988.
Family Therapy Coordinator. Teaching and supervision of psychiatric residents and psychology
post-doctoral students in family therapy. supervision of floor
staff. Development of training materials. Specialization in