Vicki C. Ewing is a licensed marriage and family therapist, focusing primarily on providing education and training of competent, ethical, and well-grounded marriage and family therapists. As director of the Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology: Marriage and Family Therapy Program, she strives toward improving the program, while the professional field of marriage and family therapy continues to evolve. Ewing attends local, state, and national marriage and family therapy meetings to keep current on new trends and emerging research. She is involved with numerous clinical directors and educators from similar programs in the Southern California region. She consults with the state licensing board regarding educational requirements and reporting strategies. Ewing also has a private practice in Sierra Madre and specializes in working with trauma patients through several theoretical models. She is also a certified mediator and works with couples who are approaching divorce to create parenting plans for their children.
M.A. - Marital and Family Therapy, Phillips Graduate Institute
B.A. - Psychology, Cal State University, FullertonCredentials/Certifications
License: Marriage and Family Therapy
- School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences
- Certified EMDR Clinician (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing)
- Family Counseling
- Marriage Therapy
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Courses TaughtPPSY 512
– Legal, Ethical, and Moral Issues in TherapyPPSY 525
– Crisis and Trauma in Community Mental HealthPPSY 593
– Clinical ConsultationPPSY 597
– Clinical Placement IPPSY 598
– Clinical Placement II
Ewing, Vicki Chelsvig. Working With Adolescent Sex Offenders. The Therapist (CAMFT), 2002.