Dr Pamela ReevesAssociate Faculty College of Letters and Sciences
Dr. Pamela Reeves earned a PhD in Clinical Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute, and a BA in Health Service Management with a minor in Psychology at the University of La Verne. She is a Professor of Psychology with academic interest in cultural psychology, humanistic and working with Expressive Arts empowering women and Adolescents who experienced Trauma.
Dr. Reeves is also a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist (LMFT) in California with extensive expertise in various areas, specifically, Crisis Intervention, crisis consultant and Clinical Supervisor for Community Colleges. Dr. Reeves’ areas of expertise also include Crisis, Trauma, Relationship Issues, Women’s Issues and Sexual Abuse. She has worked at in-patient psychiatric hospitals, group and residential homes (adults and adolescents), non-profit organizations, social services, school settings from K-12 to college, and crisis intervention. She belongs to a Group Practice “The Multicultural Therapy Group” (Orange County) which provides psychotherapy to individuals, families, adolescents and works with various groups, including LGBT, Domestic Violence, PTSD, and Trauma. She understands how to support the unique needs of the individual, the family and to work effectively within the system and its many interdependencies.
She is an Associate Faculty, Assistant Professor for National University teaching graduate students in the field of Psychology. Dr. Reeves also has extensive experience in psychological testing children, adolescent, and adults. She currently lives in Tustin, California.
Dr. Reeves is currently in collaboration with colleagues working on book projects: Seeing in the Dark: Wisdom Works by Black Women in Depth Psychology and current research with respect to a book entitled “Suicide Overboard in Las Vegas”.
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