Robert Tauber, MA, LMFT
Robert Tauber, MA, LMFT, has been an Adjunct Professor at Antioch Santa Barbara for 18 years. He also 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. Bob previously was the Clinical Director of the Mental Health Association in Santa Barbara County for 5 years;the Director of the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute’s Public-Academic Liaison Project for 16 years; the Coordinator of Mental Health Services at Work Training Programs, Inc for 10 years; and Staff and Family Therapist at Belmont Hills Neuropsychiatric Center and Bill Wilson Center for 8 years in the 1970′s. He has presented at numerous conferences including the Adult System of Care Conference in San Diego and the Diversity and Cultural Awareness Forum in Santa Barbara. His publications include “Enlisting Indigenous Community Supporters in Skills Training Programs for Persons with Severe Mental Illness” in the journal Psychiatric Services. He is a member of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Consultants as well as the Mental Health Arts Festival Coordination Team.