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  • Multicultural Postdoctoral Residency | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    techniques and styles For the second semester trainees preferences for supervisors are solicited and considered in assignments made by the Training Committee Every effort is made to match requests Group Supervision Group supervision occurs one hour per week Group supervision is led by a licensed clinician Group supervision provides a forum for discussing clinical work and improving clinical skills as well as professional development issues Clinical Consultation Meeting This weekly meeting is for all faculty counselors educational counselors psychiatrists and trainees It is an opportunity to present cases to one another and engage in consultation The emphasis in the meeting is on viewing our work as a team effort to provide the best possible service to students Audio Video Recording Post doctoral residents are encouraged to consult with their supervisors to determine whether to video record sessions Recording sessions is optional unless required by their supervisor Direct Service Direct service hours are provided through individual couple and group counseling sessions outreach presentations assessment crises coverage and providing supervision Post doctoral residents are expected to deliver 22 5 Fall and 24 5 Spring hours of direct service per week Individual Couple Psychotherapy Trainees are expected to accrue the majority of the direct service hours through work with individual clients The size of the caseload varies considerably depending on whether clients are seen weekly or less often Clinical load may also vary during slower times of the year such as winter break and the beginning of fall semester and higher during peak times such as midterms and finals Groups Trainees may be involved in providing group therapy Formation of groups will be discussed in orientation individual and group supervision Groups are supervised by the licensed clinician co leading the group or the primary supervisor Outreach Workshops and Consultation Trainees are encouraged to be involved in various CAPS programming Trainees are encouraged to present psycho educational workshops as part of the Spartan Success Series that is managed by Educational Counselors at CAPS Topics may include stress management internet addiction time management crosscultural communication skills Trainees may also be part of programs presented during re occurring campus events such as Eating Disorders Awareness Week Transgender Awareness Week or African American History month Trainees may establish consultation relationships with any number of student organizations or offices including Gender Equity Center MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center Athletics Department Residence Life Accessible Education Center The Greek System Mental Health Ambassadors student group de stigmatizing mental health services Thousand Stars suicide prevention programming and Peers In Pride LGBTQ mentoring program or the Pride Center Time spent on these projects varies widely Trainees are welcome to suggest programs based on their interest areas Assessment Crisis Coverage Assessment crisis coverage requires a 4 5 hour assigned shift between the hours of 8 30 AM and 4 30 PM San José State University students who wish to receive personal counseling complete computerized paperwork and then immediately meet with the assessment crisis counselor who is on duty These sessions generally approximately 20 minutes

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/Training_Program/Postdoctoral_Residency/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Current Trainees & Residents | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Services Workshops and Groups About Workshops and Groups Workshops Groups Case Management Services Case Management Services Campus and Community Resources Faculty Staff Managing Disruptive Behaviors De Escalating Aggressive Behavior Not Sure Whether to Call for Help Referring Troubled or Suicidal Students Self Care Tips Mental Health First Aid Consultation and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services Training Program Current Trainees Residents Current Trainees Residents MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Training Program Current Trainees Residents Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Predoctoral Internships Multicultural Postdoctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Training Links Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training Multicultural Post Doctoral Residents Dianna Quach PhD Amanda Walters PsyD Pre Doctoral Psychology Interns Liang Liao MS Ronald Ma MS Polina Shamariyeva MS Jason Wu BA Practicum Counselors Antonio Cantu MA Irene

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/Training_Program/Current_Trainees/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Past Trainees | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Daniele Levy Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Elspeth Mills Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Alicia Moore Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Luisa Ladd Practicum Counselor Christopher Smith Practicum Counselor 2012 2013 Yu Ping Huang Multicultural Post doctoral Resident Tony Kemmochi Multicultural Post doctoral Resident Wayne Chan Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Dzashe Kundidzora Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Kelly Pham Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Stephanie Preston Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Nadeem Hasan Practicum Counselor Alexandra Thurston Practicum Counselor 2011 2012 Carolina Jimenez Multicultural Post doctoral Resident Kolone Scanlan Multicultural Post doctoral Resident Tony Kemmochi Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Angella Kocian Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Patrick Savaiano Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Leilani Shields Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Ashleigh Golden Practicum Counselor Nicole Wernimont Practicum Counselor 2010 2011 Jennifer Evans Multicultural Post doctoral Resident Karisman Roberts Douglass Multicultural Post doctoral Resident Clifton Der Bing Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Julie Groveman Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Claire Scott Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Pam Wrona Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Laura Allie Practicum Counselor Neda Kharrazi Practicum Counselor 2009 2010 Filipina Bacarro Post doctoral Resident Anonymous Post doctoral Resident Linda Sattler Post doctoral Resident Jodi Beetlestone Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Jennifer Evans Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Danen Adelson Practicum Counselor Xiaoyan Fan Practicum Counselor Kim Chu Practicum Counselor 2008 2009 Ashley Tate de Lara Post doctoral Resident Sophia Lin Ott Post doctoral Resident Anonymous Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Jessica Higgins Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Sara Mizban Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Ronald Kimmons Psychology Pre doctoral Intern Kelley Busjeager Practicum Counselor Lindsay Ip Practicum Counselor 2007 2008 David Emmert Post doctorate Resident Sybille Ulrike Post doctorate Resident Mariika Felberg Pre doctoral Intern Jennifer Naumann Pre doctoral Intern Carolyn Rittenbach Pre doctoral Intern Ashley Tate de Lara Pre doctoral Intern Sean Cook Practicum Counselor Kate Marino Practicum Counselor 2006

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/Training_Program/Past_Trainees/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Training Links | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Resources Outreach and Consultation Outreach Services Consultation Services Workshops and Groups About Workshops and Groups Workshops Groups Case Management Services Case Management Services Campus and Community Resources Faculty Staff Managing Disruptive Behaviors De Escalating Aggressive Behavior Not Sure Whether to Call for Help Referring Troubled or Suicidal Students Self Care Tips Mental Health First Aid Consultation and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services Training Program Training Links Training Links MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Training Program Training Links Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Predoctoral Internships Multicultural Postdoctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Training Links Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training The American Psychological Association APA The California Psychological Association CPA California Psychological Internship Council CAPIC California Board of Psychology The American Counseling Association ACA SJSU Links and Resources

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/Training_Program/Training_Links/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • A Thousand Stars | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    to Call for Help Referring Troubled or Suicidal Students Self Care Tips Mental Health First Aid Consultation and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services Training Program Peer Prevention Programs A Thousand Stars A Thousand Stars MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Peer Prevention Programs Mental Health Ambassadors A Thousand Stars Peers in Pride PIPs For thousands of years people have looked up to the stars in wonder for direction wishes and connections These stars seem small and quiet but the web woven by thousands of them covers the whole night sky A Thousand Stars is a suicide awareness and prevention training and a component of San José State University s Suicide Prevention and Resilience Network This up to date and multiculturally informed training on suicide awareness provides education and skills to SJSU student volunteers who become Stars in order to help provide fellow students and community members in distress with vital resources Stars also obtain consultation and gain effective communication skills and tools to enhance personal wellness Participants of this program help form a safety net for students in need of support and services and foster the development of a more informed and compassionate campus community Become one of the SJSU Stars and help students find support and warmth in the darkness Why To do our best to reduce and prevent suicide by helping to support and enhance a caring compassionate campus community Who Any San José State

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/Training_Program/Peer_Prevention_Programs/a_thousand_stars/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Mental Health Ambassadors | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    and officially started in Fall 2007 Each semester we interview and select students to become Mental Health Ambassadors We cultivate them to be the official diplomats of the SJSU CAPS by the following mandatory and structured activities Pre semester one day training weekly training 4 official CAPS activities e g tabling presentation one final scholarly project the Positive Impacts log one educational consultation meeting and four individual mentoring meetings In addition the Ambassadors are encouraged to actively identify themselves to the campus community A 46 page Mental Health Ambassador Handbook was developed as the training manual and reference for the Ambassadors The Ambassadors have exercised their Ambassadorship creatively For example In a class a professor said I think we might have a Counseling Services Two of the Ambassadors raised their hands identified themselves and provided their class and the professor information Students made their first counseling appointment with Ambassador s accompanying them Ambassadors reminded department heads about addressing mental health needs and encouraging students to use CAPS Provided multi language outreach most ambassadors are bi lingual and bicultural Chalk writing the workshops on the boards of classrooms The numbers of student contacts made by Ambassadors have been stunning Last semester the five Ambassadors made more than 400 student contacts and 10 class presentations All Ambassadors have been invited back to the next semester to give presentations to more classes by professors Our students seem to prefer to talk to the Ambassadors during outreach activities I was often left alone while students flooded the Ambassadors No words can capture the positive influence of this program However seeing the Ambassadors grow and knowing how much they are proud of and enjoy what they do are most rewarding This year two Ambassadors will present their final projects at the California Psychological Association Annual Conference They will be among the handful of undergraduate students presenting in that conference I asked them are you nervous They both replied actually mostly exciting As a past forest ranger I know that all seeds need water sun soil and air to grow I believe that in many ways social justice is also about giving each person proper and responsive environment for them to grow and I know that the Mental Health Ambassador program provides us a great nursery for our students Who Are the Mental Health Ambassadors Mental Health Ambassadors MHAs are the ambassadors official envoys representatives and messengers of the San José State University CAPS They have the knowledge skills and attitude to be an Ambassador and to accomplish the Mental Health Ambassadors mission They also are liaisons between the SJSU community and the SJSU CAPS What Is the Mental Health Ambassadors Mission To improve the psychological wellbeing of the SJSU students and SJSU community through Promoting SJSU CAPS Increasing mental health literacy Reducing stigma associated with mental health disorders and problems Fostering a supportive and informative campus culture for issues related to mental health problems and mental disorders What Are the Mental Health Ambassadors Objectives 1

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  • Peers in Pride (PIPs) | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    Behaviors De Escalating Aggressive Behavior Not Sure Whether to Call for Help Referring Troubled or Suicidal Students Self Care Tips Mental Health First Aid Consultation and Outreach Parents Supporting your Student When to Seek Professional Help for Your Student Training Program Clinical Doctoral Training Clinical Practicum Positions Clinical Pre Doctoral Internships Multicultural Post Doctoral Residency Current Trainees Past Trainees Training Links Peer Student Training A Thousand Stars Mental Health Ambassadors Peers in Pride Suicide Prevention Training Mental Health First Aid Suicide Intervention Training SJSU Home Counseling and Psychological Services Training Program Peer Prevention Programs Peers in Pride PIPs Peers in Pride PIPs MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Peer Prevention Programs Mental Health Ambassadors A Thousand Stars Peers in Pride PIPs Why navigate SJSU alone when a Peer Mentor can help Bridging the Gap for the SJSU LGBTQI Community Are you an incoming or non traditional LGBTQI student Would you like to Get connected to the LGBTQI Community at SJSU Get confidential support Get linked to resources avaible to you Make new friends Peers in PRIDE is a free mentorship program designed for incoming LGBTQI students We provide individual support and resources to undergraduate graduate

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/Training_Program/Peer_Prevention_Programs/peers_in_pride/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Personal Counseling | Counseling and Psychological Services | San Jose State University
    support Many people seek counseling for everyday issues e g relationship difficulties death of a loved one stress as well as significant life struggles e g depression eating disorders etc Coming to counseling does not mean that you are crazy but just that you have decided to explore new ways of dealing with life Gain knowledge Talking to a counselor will help you understand yourself better help you become more aware of what is important to you and help you grow into the person that you want to be Gain feedback A personal counselor can help you figure out ways to best cope with life problems and find constructive ways to deal with situations that may be beyond your control Confidential A counselor will listen without criticism and will keep what you say confidential with a few exceptions For more information about confidentiality of your records please visist our site on confidentiality All the personal counselors at Counseling and Psychological Services CAPS subscribe to the Code of Ethics of the American Psychological Association and are required by the State of California to maintain strict client confidentiality What Can You Expect From Counseling First visit As of Spring semester 2013 we will be employing a new initial appointment scheduling system If you would like to be seen please call 408 924 5910 to schedule an appointment Your initial appointment will be 40 minutes which includes 20 minutes needed to fill out necessary paperwork CAPS will continue to hold crisis drop in hours Monday through Wednesday 9am 4pm Thursday 11am 4pm and Friday 10 30am 2 30pm and is available to respond to psychological emergencies from 8 30am to 4 30pm For both the initial appointment and the crisis drop in the counselor will meet with the student for approximately 15 20 minutes evaluate the nature and severity of the student s difficulties and discuss with the student a recommended course of action such as a few problem solving sessions individual or couples counseling educational counseling group therapy or referral to another university or community resource Length of time of on going individual counseling Besides the brief drop in initial session a typical personal counseling session lasts 50 minutes Frequency At times one counseling session is all that is required Often students find counseling so helpful that they come weekly and for several sessions Sometimes you and your counselor may decide that you only need to come in once every couple of weeks or once per month This is something that is agreed upon between you and the counselor The frequency of sessions depends on many factors including the types of issues that are discussed and your schedules as well as the appointment time the counselor has available Collaboration Counseling is a collaborative effort You and your counselor will identify your goals what you want to have happenÑand you will discuss the realistic amount of time it may take for you to see any changes Periodically you and your counselor will review

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling/students/Personal_Counseling/index.html (2016-02-13)
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