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For members of our campus community (students, staff, faculty) we are now offering a virtual Wellness Class. Our Wellness Class will meet remotely for 3 hourly sessions, focusing on practical coping skills as we navigate and adjust to the COVID-19 crisis. We are also offering a limited number of brief, individual sessions for members of our campus community (space is limited). If you are a member of our campus community and interested in either of these, please sign-up by calling us at 510-642-4459.

Department Highlights

Dan Wile, valued contributor to the Clinical Science program for many years both as a co-teacher of the Couples Therapy course and as a supervisor of student's work with couples, passed away on March 18.

Daniel B. Wile (8/3/39 – 3/18/20), nationally and internationally known founder and developer of Collaborative Couple Therapy, died in his Oakland California home on Wednesday, March 18, after a long...

Congratulations to Bob Knight, the 2020 recipient of the Howard Crosby Warren Medal from the Society of Experimental Psychologists.

The SEP awards the Howard Crosby Warren Medal annually for outstanding achievement in Experimental Psychology in the United States and Canada.

 

The 2020 Howard Crosby Warren Medal is...

Alumni Spotlight: A conversation with Anjanette Pelletier '92

Your work and service shows a passion for supporting special education. Did you plan to go into this specific field upon graduating, or did it sort of “find you”?

I knew I wanted to...

Congratulations to Kevin Weiner who has won the W.M. Cobb Award in Morphological Sciences

Originally established in 2008, the newly-named W.M. Cobb Award in Morphological Sciences recognizes investigators in the early stages of their careers who have made important contributions to biomedical...

Graduate Student Highlights

Jonathan Reeves is a PhD candidate in the Clinical Science program at the University of California, Berkeley. His research aims to better understand, predict, and treat self-harm, suicide, and the...

Scientists at UC Berkeley and Western University in Canada have used brain imaging to map the cerebellum, a formerly underappreciated neural region that contains the vast majority of the brain’s...

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Alumni Stories

After graduating with honors from U.C. Berkeley in 1962, Richard Gatley went on to take an M.A. and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Michigan State University. In 1969 he became an Assistant...

While in my senior year I started entrepreneur activities with my buddy who was a grad. student at a different department.  I kept doing that after graduating with my B.A. in Psychology, and...

Kristel is currently in private practice as a Somatic Psychotherapist in San Francisco.  After graduating from Cal she pursued studies in Yoga, Insight Meditation and Bodywork through a year long...

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