Experience

Experience - Dr. Jason SteinEducation

  • 9/95-4/01
    • CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF INTEGRAL STUDIES: S.F., CA
    • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Child and Family
    • Dissertation: Level of Functioning of Latency Age Children
  • 12/92-7/94
    • PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY: Los Angeles, CA
    • Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology – July 1994
    • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist – July 1999
  • 9/88-12/92
    • UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA: Tucson, Arizona
    • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – December 1992

Clinical Experience

  • 4/01-present
    • Private Practice: Brentwood, CA
    • Adult, couples, child, family, and group therapy
    • Specializing in marital/family conflict, adolescent issues, ADHD, behavioral management
  • 11/01-12/08
    • Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic; Outpatient Treatment: Los Angeles, CA.
      Clinical Supervisor/Therapist
    • Individual and group supervision of unlicensed and licensed psychologists
    • Teaching responsibilities include courses on Family Therapy and Object Relations Therapy
    • Individual and family therapy caseload of twenty clients
  • 11/01-11/03
    • New Horizons Group Homes: Alta Dena, CA.
      • Level 12 placement; individual, group, and conjoint therapy
      • Case management of 12 boys (age 8-18); DCFS. courts, social workers, probation
  • 7/99-3/01
    • Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic; Latency Day Treatment Program: Los Angeles, CA.
    • Milieu Supervisor/Therapist
      • Managed day treatment milieu (48 5-12 year olds)- finances, intakes, paperwork, and protocol
      • Interviewed, hired, trained, supervised, and managed 12 program aide staff
      • Programming; designed, developed, and implemented therapeutic activities
      • Developed a research tool to provide quality assurance on the level of care
      • Coordinated referral network with schools and resources in the community
      • Individual and family therapist (caseload of 5 clients)
  • 6/97-6/99
    • California Pacific Medical Center; Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic: San Francisco, CA
    • Psychology Intern in the Adult Outpatient Program (6/98-6/99)
      • Psychotherapy & Collaborative Med. Management with 12 patients (ages 13-82)
      • Co-lead Adult group therapy focused on Major Depression
      • Time-Limited Dynamic Therapy (Hanna Levenson) utilizing videotaped supervision
      • On-call duty & Inpatient therapy
    • Psychology Intern in the Child & Family Program (6/97-6/98)
      • Psychotherapy with children, adolescents, couples and families
      • Seminars in Psychoanalysis, Child Therapy, Child Psychopharmocology
      • Neuropsychological Testing at Children’s Hospital
      • School Intervention and Consultation
  • 7/96-7/97
    • St. Mary’s Hospital; MacAuley Adolescent Day Treatment: San Francisco, CA
      • Therapist/Intern
        • Individual, Family & Group Therapy with S.E.D. adolescents
        • Responsible for assessments, diagnosis, & medical treatment reviews
        • Experience w/ psychopharmocology (supervised by staff psychiatrist)
        • Home visits & crisis intervention
  • 10/95-10/96
    • Circle Counseling Center: San Francisco, CA
      • Therapist/ M.F.T. Intern
        • Individual, family and Sandtray therapy with children affected by H.I.V. & drugs
        • Clients of lower socioeconomic background & minorities (ages 3-18)
        • Intakes & community mental health paperwork
  • 9/94-9/95
    • Westview School (Non-Public School): Los Angeles, CA
      • School Therapist/Counselor
        • Individual, family and group therapy with learning disabled/emotionally disturbed children
        • Responsible for long-term psychotherapy (caseload of 25 clients)
        • Managed Individualized Educational Planning with Academic Team
  • 8/93-8/94
    • Airport Marina Counseling Service: Westchester, CA
      • Therapist/Intern
        • Trained to work with Substance Abuse, Personality Disorders, & dual diagnosis
        • Responsible for intakes, treatment plans, fee assessment, D.C.S. reporting, and referrals
        • Case presentations utilizing DSM-IV five axis diagnosis
  • 6/93-10/94
    • Private Practice: Brentwood, CA
      • Therapist/Mentor
      • In home family intervention with dysfunctional families
      • Parent training and child behavior modification (A.D.D. & L.D.)
      • Consultations & collaterals with the treating psychologist
  • 9/91-12/92
    • La Frontera Center: Tucson, AZ
      • Internship Coordinator/Staff Member in Adolescent Program
      • Internship Coordinator : hired and trained interns and volunteers
        • Coordinated intakes, treatment plans, and trainings
        • Facilitated adolescent sexual abuse group for two years
  • 9/91-12/92
    • Bridge Program: Tucson Unified School District: Tucson, AZ
      • Tutor/Counselor
        • Designed/Coordinated a counseling program for students with learning disabilities
        • Counseled/Tutored 6th and 7th grade learning disabled students

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

  • 8/90-12/92
    • Behavioral Study at University of Arizona: Tucson, AZ.
      Primary Researcher -Thesis; Effects of Reinf. on LD Adolescents in Classroom Setting
  • 2/90-6/90
    • Neuroscience Research at University of New South Wales: Sydney, AUS.
    • Research Assistant -Thesis; The Effect of Lesioning the Amygdala on Memory Deficiency

AFFILIATIONS

  • American Psychological Association
  • California Association of Marriage & Family Therapists
  • Los Angeles County Psychological Association
  • Psi Chi: National Honor Society in Psychology

LICENSURE

  • 7/99: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #357914