About the Community Clinic

Purpose

For more than thirty years, the Community Clinic (formerly the Educational Psychology Clinic) at California State University, Long Beach has served as a primary training site for the School Psychology, School Counseling,  Reading/Language Arts and Mathematics master's degree Programs and the Marriage and Family Therapists program  while providing comprehensive educational and psychological services to school age children at a moderate cost. Services at the Clinic are provided by graduate students under the direct supervision of faculty in the College of Education.

Commitment to Diversity

Consistent with University’s policies on non-discrimination, the Clinic provides services free from discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnicity, gender/gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age, pregnancy, and veteran status.

Services Available

The Community Clinic offers:

  • For Adults: individual, couple, or family counseling
  • For Children (ages 6-17): intensive academic interventions for reading/writing & math, youth counseling, psychoeducational assessments, and developmental assessments (ages 3-6).

Reviews

To read articles from Inside CSULB that describe the services and training conducted at the Clinic, click on the links below:

Clinical Staff

Kristin Powers, Ph.D., NCSP, Clinic Director

Denise Ceballos, Clinic Coordinator 

Clinical Faculty 

Shuhua An, Ph.D.

Bita Ghafoori, Ph.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Kristi Hagans, Ph.D.

James A. Morrison, Ph.D., M.F.T.

Paul Ratanasiripong, Ph.D.

William Saltzman, Ph.D., M.F.T

Brandon Gamble, Ed.D 

Graduate/Student Assistants

Gaspar Torres 

Lina Pham 

Purshay Harris 

Sahra Farand

 

 

 

 

 

last updated — Oct 17, 2017