Dr. Elliott has a Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, with Emphasis in Marriage And Family Therapy from United States International University. He has been in private practice as a psychologist treating individuals, couples, and families for over 24 years and has supervised trainees and interns in Marriage and Family Therapy as well as Clinical Psychology. He serves as core faculty in the Masters in Counseling Psychology program and is former President of the Academic Senate, and a member of the Senate Leadership Committee. He is a Clinical Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Clinical Member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and the American Association of University Professors. Dr. Elliott is the Founding Director of the nationally recognized Auxiliary Studies Program in Orange County California treating secondary school students with learning and behavior disorders. He has conducted workshops and presented papers at various conferences including the American Psychological Association.
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Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy, United States International University, April 1993.
Pupil Personnel Services Credential, completed educational requirements, university of La Verne, March 1988.
Community College Counseling Credential, completed educational requirements, University of La Verne, March 1988.
Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology, California State University Fullerton, January 1984.
Associations | Affiliations
American Psychological Association (APA) Member
Division 40: Society for Clinical Neuropsychology Member
California Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (CAMFT)
American Association of University Professors (AAUP)
Awards | Publications
The Art and Soul of Couples and Family Therapy in the CAMFT publication, The Therapist, June 2013
The Unmotivated Child: A Crisis in Perception, in The Sky Is The Limit, a bi-monthly journal for Students with Learning Disabilities, January 1998.
Dr. Elliott is currently finishing his first book, Philosophic Psychology: Counseling for the Cultural Crisis.