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Vince Nevins, Ph.D., LMFT

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Vince Nevins, Ph.D., LMFT
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Director of Fieldwork (Practicum)

Professional Licenses and Membership

  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #MFC24579 (1988)
  • California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT), Clinical Member
  • Association of Family Therapists of Northern California (AFTNC), Clinical Member
  • Virginia Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (VAMFT), Clinical Member
  • American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT), Clinical Member
  • American Counselor Association (ACA), Clinical Member
  • Jung Institutes of San Francisco and Washington, DC
  • Couple's Institute Menlo Park

Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley (1995)
  • M.S. Counseling Psychology California Lutheran University (1985)
  • M. Div., St. John's College
  • B.A., St. John's College 

Areas of Expertise and Professional Practice 

  • Private Practice: Novato, CA and Alexandria, VA
  • Couple Therapy
  • Gender Issues
  • Men's Issues
  • Archetypal Psychology
  • Solution Focused and Narrative Psychotherapies
  • Marriage Annulment Consultation and Advising: Catholic Diocese of Sacramento

Publications 

  • Nevins, J. Vincent  (in press) Projecting Archetypal Energies in Couple Life via Gender Scripts (Author)
  • Nevins, J. Vincent (1995) Masculine and Feminine Principles: The Narratives of Four Couple Therapists (Dissertation)
  • Male Depression: A Commentary on the Work of Terrence Real (in Pastoral Counseling and Consultation Centers of Greater Washington Newsletter)
  • Supervising Supervisors: The Art of Clinical Directing (in Pastoral Counseling and Consultation Centers of Greater Washington Newsletter)

Workshops & Symposia Presentations 

  • 2012 Ending Hate/Racist Practices (Micro-aggressions) (Argosy University SFBA)
  • 2009 Solution Focused Therapy and ADD (Argosy University SFBA)
  • 2007 The Mother Archetype in the Passage from Boy to Man (Bethesda Family Center)
  • 2006 Balancing Masculine and Feminine Energies During Loss (Bethesda Family Center)
  • 2005 Multi-tasking: Gender Differences (Bethesda Family Center)
  • Chinese Immigrants and Their Fear of Mental Health Services (Dissertation Committee Presentation)
  • Experiences of African American Males Post Incarceration (Dissertation Committee Presentation)
  • Emotionally Charged Advertising and Self Worth (Dissertation Committee Presentation)
  • Stories of African American Women of Cherokee Descent (Dissertation Committee Presentation)
  • Group Therapy for Men Who Are HIV Positive (Dissertation Committee Presentation)
  • Internal/External Factors that Influence African American Identity (Dissertation Committee Presentation)
  • An Analysis of the Self Reflections of Married Women Whose Husbands Disclosed Homosexual Behaviors During Marriage (Dissertation Committee Presentation)

 

Courses in 2014-2015

  • CP 5246 Family Therapy (3 units)
  • CP 5247 Couple Therapy (3 units)
  • CP 5294 Fieldwork Seminar (3 units)

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