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Alexis Selwood, PhD has moved her private psychotherapy practice to Fullerton, CA. The new address is:
1440 N. Harbor Blvd.
Fullerton, CA 92835 ∞
The Sanville Community Alliance
Sponsors continuing education programs in collaboration with the
Smith College School for Social Work Los Angeles Alumni Group
Getting to Know You: Beginning Sessions
Saturday, January 26, 2013 9:30am—5:00pm
The Sportsmen’s Lodge Hotel, Studio City 12825 Ventura Blvd., Studio City 818-769-4700
There will be four presentations on establishing the therapeutic relationship including, the Cross-Cultural Panel moderated by Rita Ledesma, PhD
Greetings, Announcements, and Introduction to the Convocation
Whitney van Nouhuys, PhD 9:30am—10:00am
Re-Integrating Home: Tentative Beginnings and Anticipated Farewells in Treatment with Re-Deployed Military Couples
Kathryn Basham, PhD 10:00am—11:30am
Panel: Engaging Cross-Culturally: Developing Rapport
Moderator Rita Ledesman, PhD 11:45am—1:15pm
Colloquium Panel: Phenomenological Descriptions of Beginning Therapies Moderator: Judith Schore, PhD 2:15pm—3:45pm
Thoughts on Beginnings with the Gay Long-Term Survivor of HIV/AIDS
Silvio Machado, PhD 4:00pm—5:00pm
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Jean Sanville Colloquium
FEE: $135 regular; $60 students*; $90 discounted rate for there or more from the same agency All fees includes certificate and lunch.
Sat 6 CE hours, Sun 2 CE Hours, issued by The Sanville Institute
*student scholarships are available, call or email Institute office for more information
Cancellation Policy: If cancellation is made at least 14 days prior to the event, a full refund will apply. If made 7-13 days in advance, a refund minus an administration fee of $35 will apply. If made less than 7 days in advance, no refund will be made.
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THE SANVILLE INSTITUTE
The Sanville Institute for Clinical Social Work and Psychotherapy (formerly California Institute for Clinical Social Work) has offered a PhD in clinical social work to master’s level clinicians in Northern and Southern California since 1974. The program is flexible and individualized to accommodate the needs of working professionals.
To augment its unique and successful self-paced doctoral program, the Institute is pleased to introduce a pilot project based on the cohort educational model.
Cross-Cultural Cohort PhD Program
Scheduled to start in September 2013 In Southern California
The cohort is a small group educational format where students and faculty stay together throughout the entire program in order to provide support, motivation, and encouragement. The focus of learning is upon the multi-cross-cultural aspects, both explicit and implicit, of the relationship between the psychotherapist and client or teacher and student; and how to use psychoanalytic and other current theory in a way that is relevant to multi-cross-cultural clinical practice. In this intensive and supportive environment, students may expect to complete the doctoral program in 3-4 years.
Email the Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org to put your name on a list to receive more information about this program or contact Dr. Alexis Selwood, 323.469.8462, email@example.com
The Sanville Community Alliance sponsors socializing, networking, and continuing education programs in collaboration with the Smith College School for Social Work Los Angeles Alumni Group and Pacific Oaks Mar- riage and Family Therapy Programs (traditional, African-American and Latina/Latino Family Studies Speciali- zations).
On November 10, 2012 SCA sponsored a gathering at the home of Monica Blauner, LCSW, Alumnae Area Coordinator of Smith College School of Social Work. In addition to Monica, the organizers were Lynn Rosenfield, LCSW, Alex Kivowitz, PhD, and Alexis Selwood, PhD of The Sanville Institute, and Connie Destitio, LCSW, program director of the Pacific Oaks Latina/Latino and African- American Family Studies Programs.
The highlight of the gathering was a presentation by Gloria de la Cruz- Quiroz, LCSW, entitled: The Impact of Multigenerational Family History: Implications for Practice. Gloria is the program director of the Los Angeles Child Development Center’s school-based mental health program at Camino Nuevo Charter Academy in Los Angeles. The presentation was well- received and sparked an invigorating and enlightening discussion.It was a wonderful opportunity to socialize and network with a diverse group of students and therapists from different backgrounds: Euro- Americans, African-American, Latina/o-Americans, and Asian- Americans. The group included students, faculty, and alumni from The Sanville Institute, Smith College School of Social Work, and Pacific Oaks College.
“Gloria made her presentation stimulating and relevant, evidenced by the level of group participation. I took away a number specific questions to add to my history-taking.”Here are some comments from participants:
“I’m so glad to have had this opportunity. It was well worth the time. I really was moved by the experience and I am glad to see such a diverse group of professionals so interested in social change.”
“The appropriate sharing of personal experience during the discussion greatly deepened my understanding and integration of the profound impact that family history and cultural difference can have on everyday life, even if the individual is unaware or needs to keep the awareness out of consciousness in order to go on.”
The Sanville Community Alliance is the Los Angeles service arm of The Sanville Institute of Clinical Social Work and Psychotherapy. It provides both continuing education and psychotherapy.
The Sanville Community Alliance was organized by Alexis Selwood, PhD, Alex Kivowitz, PhD and Lynn Rosenfield, LCSW of The Sanville Institute and Monica Blauner, LCSW, Alumnae Area Coordinator of Smith College School of Social Work in collaboration with Connie Destitio, LCSW, program director of the Pacific Oaks Latina/Latino and African- American Family Studies Programs and Gloria de la Cruz- Quiroz, LCSW, program director of the Los Angeles Child Development Center’s school-based mental health program at Camino Nuevo Charter Academy in Los Angeles
The mission of the Sanville Community Alliance is to create a community of mental health students, faculty and professional interested in cross-cultural issues, practice and education.
The goals of Sanville Community Alliance are:
1) To provide BBS approved continuing mental health education in psychotherapy with an emphasis on cross-cultural issues and practice.
2) To provide psychotherapy for masters’ level students studying to become psychotherapists.
SANVILLE CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM
The Sanville Community Alliance Continuing Educational Program provides a combination of networking, socializing and Clinical Continuing Education for students, faculty and alumni from the Sanville Institute, the Smith College of Social Work LA Alumni Association, Pacific Oaks, USC and other schools.
There are three presentations planned for 2012.
SANVILLE STUDENT PSYCHOTHERAPY PROGRAM
The Sanville Student Psychotherapy Program offers long and short term psychotherapy for master’s level students studying to become LCSW or MFT psychotherapists. Our psychotherapists are experienced clinicians who are interested in cultural and cross-cultural issues and take a relational, strength-based approach.
Clients are seen in therapists’ offices in Los Angeles, West Los Angeles, Pasadena and the San Fernando Valley.
Fees are based on the ability to pay. All psychotherapists volunteer their service and client fees go to the Sanville Institute Doctoral Scholarship fund.
For psychotherapy or more information, please call or email Alexis Selwood, PhD at:
and leave your name, phone number, when you can be reached and what parts of town you work and live in.
SANVILLE CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM
The Sanville Community Alliance Continuing Educational Program provides a combination of networking, socializing and Clinical Continuing Education for students, faculty and alumni from the Sanville Institute, the Smith College of Social Work LA Alumni Association and Pacific Oaks. We have three presentations a year in the fall, winter and spring.
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