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Phi Loan Le, Psy.D.
 Phone: (714) 564-6216
 Fax:  (714) 558-3732​
 Degree: Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Nova Southeastern University
 Memberships: American Psychological Association, APA Division 35,     Asian American Psychologist Association, Division on Women-AAPA
 Interests: Multicultural Issues in Psychology, Cross-Cultural Counseling,   Adult Survivor of Sexual Abuse, Supervision and Training, Women's     Issues, Feminist Therapy, Grief Issues
 Position: Psychologist, Training Director
 License Number: California PSY15447
​Training: Training Director, Group Supervision, Training Committee,     Supervisor

Susana Salgado, Ph.D.

 Phone: (714) 564-6260
 Fax:  (714) 285-9619
 Degree: Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, University of Oregon, Eugene
 Memberships: American Psychological Association, APA Division 35,   California Latino Psychological Association
 Interests: Multicultural/diversity counseling, Latino/a mental health     concerns, Immigrant experiences, Socio-political issues, Working with     underserved populations, Feminist therapy and women's concerns,         Grief issues, Career development of Latino/a students 
 Position: Psychologist, Psychological Disabilities Coordinator
 License Number: California PSY22980
Training: Psychological Disabilities Supervision, Individual Supervision,   Training Committee


Nissa Chantana, Psy.D.

 Phone: (714) 564-6216
 Fax:  (714) 558-3732
 Degree: Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Loma Linda University
 Memberships: Asian American Psychologist Association
  Division on Women-AAPA, American Psychological Association-           Division 35 
 Interests: Training and supervision, Health psychology, Relationship       issues, Women's issues, Multicultural/diversity counseling,          Interpersonal  therapy, Trauma, Identity/developmental concerns 
 Position:Psychologist                                                                               License Number: California PSY 18676
Training: Individual Supervision


Melanie Afshar, M.A.                                                                      Pepperdine University

 Memberships: American Psychological Association (APA), California     Psychological Association (CPA), Iranian Psychological Association of     America (IPAA)
 ​Interests: Feminist therapy and women's concerns, LGBTQIAP issues,     working with underserved populations, Iranian and Latino/a mental         health concerns,  multicultural/diversity counseling, social justice issues,   relationship issues, and immigrant experiences ​


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Carissa Gustafson, M.A.                                                                              ​ Pepperdine University

 Memberships:  The Association for Women in Psychology, DIV 35:       Society for the Psychology of Women, Los Angeles County         Psychological Association, California Psychological Association,           American Board of Professional Psychology, American Psychological     Association                                                                           Interests: Violence against women, social justice, prevention, outreach      and advocacy, existential psychology, mindfulness-based interventions

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Harpreet Malla, M.A.                                                                          Alliant International University, San Diego                                                   

 Memberships: American Psychological Association, Division 39     Multicultural  Concerns Committee, San Diego Psychoanalytic Society       and Institute, Center for Integrative Psychology, San Diego         Psychological   Association-Diversity Committee, San Diego Nari, Asian   American Professional  Development Group, Alliant Bias-Related       Incident Committee, American  Rehabilitation Counseling Association,   Council of University Directors of  Clinical Psychology, Psi Chi     Psychological Honors Society 
 Interests: Multicultural and diversity issues, bicultural ide​ntity,       individuation concerns, acculturation, intergenerational conflict,     Asian- American mental health, arranged marriage, relationship issues, and   community outreach

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