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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,
American College Personnel Association, Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Service, Orange County Chapter
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
Interests: Training and supervision, Health psychology, Relationship issues, Women’s issues 
License Number: California PSY 18676
Training: Individual Supervision


Norma Kehdi, M.S.

Pacific University
Memberships: American Psychological Association, APA Division 45, 36, 56
Interests: Multicultural issues, Arab mental health, children-of-immigrant experience, underserved population, trauma, domestic violence, unique populations such as gang-affected and sex-trafficked individuals


Elizabeth Sullivan, M.A.

Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles
Memberships: Los Angeles County Psychological Association
Interests: LGBTQ, relationship, domestic violence (both victims and perpetrators), multicultural counseling, couple therapy, sibling abuse


Long Quach, B.A.

Adler School of Professional Psychology
Interests: Multicultural issues, Positive psychology, Health psychology, Cognitive-Behavioral therapy, Acceptance and Commitment therapy, Mindfulness-based interventions, Primary care psychology