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Elizabeth Wolfson, PhD, LCSW
Chair, MA in Clinical Psychology program
Dr. Wolfson received her Ph.D. in Clinical Social Work from New York University School of Social Work. Her experience includes thirty years in clinical practice and sixteen years as an administrator in social service agencies.
Deborah Allen, MSW, LCSW
Deborah Allen is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, holds a Diplomate in Clinical Social Work and holds an EMDR Certificate.
Jacqueline Beraldo, FNP, MFT
Jacqueline Beraldo, FNP, MFT received her Master’s in Nursing at the University of California, San Francisco in 1985 and her Master’s in Psychology at the Professional School of Psychology in Sacramento, California in 1997.
Jo-Anne Blatter, LCSW
Jo-Anne has worked in a variety of settings over the past 36 years which include hospitals, home care, Hospice, community education, and has been a workshop facilitator, continuing education provider, consultant and sat on numerous non-profit boards.
Judy Bruton, JD, MSW, LCSW
Judy Bruton, JD, MSW, LCSW, received undergraduate, law and social work degrees from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
Wendy Elliott, MA
Wendy Elliott, MA, is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and a Board-Certified Dance-Movement Therapist
James Fortman, MA
James specializes in neuropsychological evaluations and has worked with patients with traumatic brain injury, stroke, brain tumors, Alzheimer’s Disease, and other neurological disorders.
Jay Fortman, PhD, MFT
Jay Fortman, PhD, MFT, received his PhD from University of California Santa Barbara. He works as a school psychologist in the elementary school system.
Betsy Bates Freed, PsyD
For the past year, Betsy has worked with children and adolescents at the Santa Barbara County Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Children's Clinic .
Neil Friedman, MSW
Neil Friedman teaches Working with Couples and Families, Psychopharmacology, Psychopathology, Community Mental Health and Effective Mental Health Interventions.
Linda J. Holder, PhD
Linda was honored with the Women of Vision award (2000), Ventura County for her development and implementation of Peace Day Camp; a diversity awareness retreat for youth; as well as Teacher of the Year (2001) for her service.
Louise Jansen, MSW
Louise Jansen, MSW, a 1983 graduate of the University of Wisconsin is a licensed clinical social worker who has more than 25 years experience in clinical work and public mental health services.
Jeffrey Jarrett, MA, LMFT
Jeff specializes in working with children and families. His theoretical orientation is based largely on Family Systems Theory, while also emphasizing Cognitive Behavioral Theory and Existential Psychology, stressing personal responsibility.
Barbara M. Katz, MA, MFT
Barbara, graduated with honors from Pepperdine University School of Psychology and Education with a Masters in Counseling and has held a successful practice in the Los Angeles area for over 20 years.
Jacqueline Kurta, PsyD
Is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and is the Acting Director of the UCSB Alcohol and Drug Program.
Stuart S. Light, MA, MEd, LMFT
Stuart is currently a member of the staff at the Family Therapy Institute of Santa Barbara, providing therapy to individuals, couples and families. He was formerly the Lead Clinician for the Santa Barbara County ACT Team working with severely mentally ill clients
Mariela Marin, MA, MFT
She currently serves as Co-Director at Community Counseling and Education Center in Santa Barbara
Albert “Al” Munoz-Flores
Core Faculty & Director of Clinical Training
Dr. Munoz-Flores oversees the program’s Latino Mental Health Concentration and is adjunct faculty in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology Program.
Maureen Murdock, PhD
Maureen Murdock, PhD, is a Jungian-oriented psychotherapist in private practice in Santa Barbara, CA. and holds a certificate in EMDR.
Richard Posalski, MSW
Richard has been a clinical supervisor with the Jewish Big Brothers/Camp Max Strauss, The Los Angeles Free Clinic, Emanuel Academy, The Child and Family Center and is a currently a clinical supervisor at Valley Trauma Center.
Suzanne E. Rapley, PhD
Dr. Rapley is a Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, ASSECT Certified Sex Therapist Diplomate, as well as an ASSECT Certified Supervisor.
Suzanne Retzinger, PhD
Dr. Retzinger is a licensed counselor with Hospice of Santa Barbara , and has volunteered for Sarah House for a combined 12 years.
Frank Price Rust III, PhD
Frank received his doctorate in developmental psychology research in 1984 from UCSB. He completed postdoctoral training in maternal and child health statistics and epidemiology in 1992.
Barbara S. Sheffield, MA, MFT, CEAP
Barbara's theoretical orientation integrates Gestalt, solution focused and psychodynamic theories. Currently, she teaches Professional Ethics and the Law, Domestic Violence, Clinical Skills I, and Process of Group Psychotherapy.
Robert Tauber, MA, LMFT
Robert Tauber has served as an Associate Faculty at Antioch, with a focus on curriculum development in the areas of community mental health and serious mental illness.
Andrew Teton, MA, LMFT
Andrew has taught Theories of Psychotherapy, Family Systems, Professional Ethics and the Law, Clinical Skills I, II and IV, and Group Psychotherapy at Antioch University
Salvador D. Treviño, PhD
Clinical Faculty, Director of Practicum in PsyD program
Dr. Treviño, PhD, Director of Practicum in PsyD program. Dr. Treviño has taught graduate level professional psychology for 13 years and lectures extensively on the theory and practice of family/couples therapy, child and adolescent psychology, character disorders, clinical skills development, Latino mental health, and psychoanalytic therapy.
Michelle Villegas, MA, PPS, MSW, LCSW
Obtained her Master’s Degree in Social Work from California State University, Sacramento, and also serves as a parent educator at Bright Start Child Development Center.
Ryan Smith, PsyD
Dr. Smith has been a staff member at Child Abuse Listening and Mediation (CALM) in Santa Barbara since 2001where he provides comprehensive psychological assessment, as well as individual, family, and group treatment for children and adults.