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William James Jones, Ph.D.
Dr. Jones received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Biola University, a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University, and completed his PhD in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Dr Jones is a winner of the American Psychological Association's Division 39 Multicultural Scholar Award, and published an article in the Journal of Humanistic Psychology on the topic of self actualization. For the past few years, Dr. Jones has proudly served as an Adjunct Professor and taught several classes for psychology undergraduates at Azusa Pacific University, graduates of the clinical psychology Master’s program at Pepperdine University and 2nd and 3rd year clinical psychology doctoral students at Antioch University, Santa Barbara, and Pacifica Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara.
Member of the American Psychological Association - Certified Prepare/Enrich Facilitator - CDC Certified Life Coach -
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Vetted and highly recommended Post-doctoral Fellows joining our team.
We are also accepting applications for select Licensed Clinical Psychologists, Licensed Social Workers, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors for select Executive Membership, clinical supervision of interns, and collaborative clinical practice within a group setting. We work from an Integrative Depth Psychology® theoretical approach in most case-consultations, clinical supervision, didactic, and invited guest lectures.
What We Do
Through an integrative depth psychology® approach, together we can work to:
Reduce maladaptive behaviors
Effectively treat borderline personality disorders
Strengthen coping skills
Reduce depressive symptoms
Make meaning and sense of existential struggles
Recover from infidelity or prevent acting-out-behavior
Implement life coaching strategies, as needed
Manage significant life transitions
Navigate marital and premarital therapy
Treat mood and personality disorders
Explore racial/ethno-cultural Identity
Strengthen interpersonal relationships
Increase self-esteem & self-concept
Explore spiritual correlations to psychological distress
Manage anger and other intense emotions