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Charles Billings, Ph.D., MFT, FAClinP, FAFamP

Charles Billings Photo 2012

Counseling Psychology Department Chair
Bertrand Hall Room 21-B
charles.billings@dominican.edu

Board and Academy Membership

  • Fellow of the Academy of Clinical Psychology  (Diplomat in Clinical Psychology #3275 American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP))
  • Fellow of the Academy of Family Psychology (Diplomat in Marital & Family Therapy #37 American Board of Couple and Family Psychology (ABCFP))
  • Diplomat in Professional Psychotherapy #193 International Academy of Behavioral Medicine Counseling and Psychotherapy, Inc. (IABMCP)

 

Professional Licenses

  • Psychologist #PSY4446
  • Educational Psychologist #14
  • Marriage and Family Therapist #02461
  • Registered Art Therapist #82-015
  • Registered Behavioral Therapist #25870
  • Registered Hypnotherapist #H5388

 

 Professional Certifications or Registrations

  • Ph.D., Psychology
    California School of Professional Psychology, San Francisco                                
    Alliant International University, California, 1974
  • M.A., Administration                       
    San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California, 1971
  • M.A., Psychology
    San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California, 1967
  • B.A., Psychology
    San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California. 1965

 

Courses in 2012-2013

  • CP 5200 Introduction to Counseling: Client-Centered and Crisis Intervention Techniques
  • CP 5294 Fieldwork Seminar (2 sections)

 

Areas of Expertise

  • Psychotherapy
  • Individual Psychotherapy with Adolescents, Adults and Seniors
  • Individual Psychotherapy with Children
  • Couple and Family Therapy

 

Executive, Personal, Business, and Organizational Consultation

  • Coaching
  • Communication, Consultation and Interpersonal Relations
  • Team Evaluation and Development
  • Leadership, Management, and Decision-Making
  • Organizational Development

 

Leadership and Management

  • Strategic planning, program design, marketing, coordination, management, monitoring, and evaluation
    Professional and clerical staff selection, supervision, evaluation, consultation, and in service training, both group and individual
  • Management by objectives, group consensus and facilitation and administrative directive
  • Budget development, monitoring, and review and resource allocation.

 

Graduate Courses taught in the following areas

  • Introduction to Counseling: Client-Centered and Crisis Intervention Techniques (current)
  • Fieldwork in Counseling Seminar (current)
  • Interpersonal Relations, Consultation and Team-Building
  • Advanced Counseling Techniques-Behavioral and Cognitive Behavioral
  • Practicum in Strategic Leadership
  • Effective Management
  • Strategies for Organizational Change
  • Advanced Techniques of Counseling – Analytic
  • Research Methods
  • Organization of Pupil Personnel Services
  • Introduction to Exceptional Children
  • Introduction to Counseling and Consultation
  • School and Community Services
  • Counseling and Guidance in Special Education
  • Early Childhood Assessment
  • Fieldwork in Psychology
  • Advanced Counseling Techniques – Groups
  • Decision Making Theory

 

Undergraduate Courses taught in the following areas

  • Dynamics of Individual Behavior
  • Instructional Strategies for Exceptional Children
  • Introduction to Counseling and Guidance
  • Parent Effectiveness Training
  • Educational Psychology
  • Educational Measurement and Evaluation

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