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Working Effectively with Kids and Teens by Julie Payne, LMFT-S

16 Oct 2015 3:38 PM | Delee D'Arcy

Julie Payne, MA, LMFT-S

M.A. in Clinical Psychology, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Adjunct Faculty at College of the Mainland - Psychology Department

Certified Military Family Life Consultant

Certified in TF-CBT (Trauma Focused - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)

Certified MAP Supervisor and Trainer (Managing and Adapting Practices)

CA & TX Board Approved Supervisor

I am a licensed Marriage and Family therapist in California and Texas.  I graduated from California State University Long Beach in 2005 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and then received my Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Los Angeles in 2007.  I have been working with couples, families, and individuals at community based mental health agencies and in private practice.  I ran the Crisis Response Team in South Central Los Angeles for over 3 years. I am certified in TF-CBT (Trauma Focused - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and a MAP (Managing and Adapting Practices) certified therapist and Agency Supervisor.  My areas of interest include trauma, military families, and working with families and individuals suffering from a chronic illness or living with chronic pain.  I have been an arthritis advocate since 2005.  I have spoken at the Juvenile Arthritis National Conference in 2007 on the impact of a chronic illness on friends and families, at Cedars-Sinai for RA Talk to discuss a patient’s perspective, for Arthritis in PrimeTime in 2010 on dating and relationships with a chronic illness, in 2011 on communicating with your doctors, and 2012 on pregnancy and parenting.  I am also a Certified Military Family Life Counselor and provide on site brief therapy to unit debriefing for pre and post deployment military members and family.  In addition to working with the military I am also an active duty military spouse.  In addition to my private practice in California and Texas, I regularly provide training and workshops in California and am an adjunct faculty in the Psychology Department at College of the Mainland. 


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