Coordinator of Services and Clinical Supervisor
Dr. Guadalupe Vasquez: Dr. Vasquez holds a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology/Alliant International University and is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 10 years of clinical and supervisory experience. She has worked in College Mental health, Managed Care, Private Practice, Correctional Mental Health and Academia. She has experience working with immigrant populations from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds; she is fluent in Spanish and is dedicated to assisting students. Email Dr. Vasquez
Dr. Erene Soliman: Dr. Soliman earned her Psy.D. from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, IL. She has been with Fresno City College and has enjoyed serving as a Clinical Supervisor for post-doctoral clinicians, interns, and practicum students. She has been with Fresno City College since February 2015 and is currently in private practice within the community. She has worked with diverse clientele as well as has worked throughout different community settings. She utilizes components of Adlerian therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, as well as a holistic approach to treatment.
Dr. Gareth Houghton: earned his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in 1987. Dr. Houghton has served as a clinical supervisor for Fresno City and Reedley College since 1995. Dr. Houghton specializes in pain management and clinical hypnosis and works with the medical Community and private clients throughout the central Valley.
Doctoral Interns and Post-Docs
Megan Turner, Psy.D (Post-Doctoral Fellow) is a Clinical Psychology graduate from Alliant International University, Los Angeles. She previously worked in outpatient and inpatient substance abuse recovery and community mental health clinics. Megan’s previous experience at San Diego State University fueled her passion for working with the student population in which she has gained a wide range of experience in both individual and group therapy. Megan originally started her journey working with children and will often use developmental theory as a theoretical framework working with her clients. Her clinical interests include women’s issues, family and relational issues, trauma and domestic violence, self-compassion, mindfulness meditation, and integrating therapy with the mind and body connection. Megan has training in biofeedback and loves to incorporate adjunctive methods to her therapy. She is excited to continue to build on her work with the student population at SCCCD.
Jacinda Hernandez, Ph.D. (Post-Doctoral Fellow) is a Clinical Psychology graduate from Alliant International University, Fresno. She has worked with adults in a community mental health setting who present with a variety of presenting problems and psychological disorders. She has experience working with developmentally delayed adults in forensic inpatient settings and community mental health clinics. Additionally, she has worked with men and women who have either engaged in, or experienced, domestic violence. Her previous clinical experience includes providing individual, couples, and group therapy services addressing a wide range of psychological difficulties including depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, and trauma. Dr. Hernandez enjoys teaching and has worked as an adjunct professor at Alliant International University. Her clinical interests include working with veterans and active duty military personnel, as well as those who have experienced trauma, depression, anxiety, anger management, domestic violence, multiculturalism issues, LGBTQ issues, and co-occurring medical and psychological health problems.
Kristin Tristao, Ph.D. (Post-Doctoral Fellow) is a Clinical Psychology Doctoral graduate from Alliant International University, Fresno. Her previous clinical experience includes working with individuals of diverse backgrounds and clinical presentations. She has previously worked in a residential treatment center for children and adolescents, homeless prevention program, transitional living center for young adults, an inpatient psychiatric center and community mental health clinics. She also has experience working with children and adolescents in a school setting. Kristin’s previous clinical experience includes providing individual, couples and group therapy services to children, adolescents and adults, addressing a wide range of psychological difficulties. Her clinical interests include health psychology, family and relational issues, and multiculturalism issues. Kristin is excited to work with the SCCCD student population.
Lindsey Machicote, M.A. (Intern) is a Clinical Psychology Doctoral candidate at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, Fresno. Her previous clinical experience includes providing group psychological services to those suffering from addictions in a hospital setting, as well as skills to those who were divorced co-parenting, and parenting. She has also worked providing individual therapy to children and adolescents, as well as couples and parent-child dyads. Further experience includes providing assessment to diagnose and provide recommendations for Specific Learning Disabilities, Intellectual Disability, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and general diagnostic and treatment clarification for children, adolescents, and adults. Lastly, she has taught undergraduate psychology college courses for several years. Her clinical interests include trauma, anxiety, family of origin issues, and the connection between physical and mental health. Her theoretical framework is primarily cognitive-behavioral, though also integrates self-psychology and its effects on interpersonal relationships. Ms. Machicote looks forward to working with students at Fresno City College and the SCCCD community.
Jennifer Zizzo, M.A. (Intern) is a Clinical Psychology Intern from California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, Fresno. Her previous clinical experience includes working with children at an elementary school, a community inpatient/outpatient substance abuse clinic, a community mental health clinic, and a college counseling center. She is fluent in Spanish, and can provide clinical services in Spanish if needed. Her clinical interests include health psychology, complementary and alternative medicine for mental health treatment, mindfulness, and eating disorders and other feeding related issues. She enjoys implementing an integrative approach to clinical treatment that can be easily applied in the real world. She looks forward to working here at FCC Psychological Services.
Risa Takeuchi, M.A. (Intern)is a Clinical Psychology Doctoral candidate at the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area. Her previous clinical experience includes providing psychological and assessment services to diverse population at community mental health clinics and hospitals. Ms. Takeuchi’s clinical interests include multiculturalism, trauma, relational issues, acculturation difficulties, and a variety of mood disorders. She looks forward to providing psychological and assessment services to the SCCCD campus communities. Ms. Takeuchi is fluent in Japanese and can also provide services in Japanese.
Jarah Vaught, M.A., (Intern)is a Clinical Psychology Doctoral Candidate at Alliant International University, Fresno. Her previous clinical experience includes providing psychotherapy and assessment services to a diverse clientele through multidisciplinary and community mental health clinics. She has provided services for adult individuals, couples, and groups presenting with a variety of mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, personality disorders, co-occurring medical problems, and trauma. Jarah’s academic and clinical interests include health psychology (i.e. mind-body connection and holistic health), mindfulness, and meditation. She looks forward to the diverse opportunities and interacting with students at Fresno City College.
Lizette Soriano, M.A. (Psychological Trainee) is a Clinical Psychology Doctoral Candidate at Alliant International University in Fresno, CA. She has previously worked at an elementary school setting where she conducted assessments for children being evaluated for a variety of learning disabilities. Ms. Soriano also has experience working with adults in an outpatient community mental health clinic as well with adults in a forensic setting. She is fluent in Spanish and provides services in this language. She has a range of clinical interests in areas of diversity, trauma, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, as well as an interest in the promotion of health behavior change. Ms. Soriano looks forward to working in a culturally diverse academic stetting and working with the students at Fresno City College.
Andrew Hickman, M.A.(Psychological Trainee) is a Clinical Psychology Doctoral Candidate at Alliant International University in Fresno. His previous clinical experiences include working with adults, couples, and adolescents at an outpatient psychological services clinic. He also has experience working in forensic group settings, focusing on both theft diversion and child abuse prevention. In addition to this, he is also experienced in conducting psychological assessments with individuals from diverse backgrounds. His clinical interests include working with individuals suffering from depression and anxiety, utilizing a cognitive behavioral approach. Mr. Hickman enjoys the challenges which working in an academic environment can provide, and is looking forward to interacting with students at Fresno City College.
Past Psychological Interns and Post-Docs
Fresno City College Psychological Services has provided clinical training to many psychologists over the years. Below is a list of previous doctoral interns supervised by Brian Olowude, Ph.D.
2015-2016 Julia Schomaker, PH.D (Post Doc)
2015-2016 Samuel Montano, Ph.D. (Post Doc)
2015-2016 Peter Arnold, Psy.D. (Post Doc)
2015-2016 Colleen Phillips, Ph.D.
2015-2016 Jacinda Peltz, Ph.D.
2015-2016 Lauren Helm, Ph.D.
2015-2016 Adriana Ventura, M.S.W.
2014-2015 Hilda L. Cisneros, Ph.D. (Post Doc)
2014-2015 Arrie Smith, Ph.D. (Post Doc)
2014-2015 Michelle Scoggins, Psy.D. (Post Doc)
2014-2015 Julia Schomaker, Ph.D.
2014-2015 Gregory Crawford, Psy.D.
2014-2015 Samuel Montano, Ph.D.
2014-2015 Peter Arnold, Psy.D.
2013-2014 Ginger Villareal Armas. MA
2013-2014 Donna Cook, Psy.D (Post-Doc)
2013-2014 Allen Nodine, Psy.D. (Post-Doc)
2013-2014 Susan Rhodes, Psy.D.
2013-2014 Michelle Rose, Ph.D.
2013-2014 Arrie Smith, Ph.D
2013-2014 Michelle Scoggins, Psy.D.
2012-2013 Ana Cabezas, Psy.D. (Post-Doc)
2012-2013 Malloree Gorrie, Psy.D. (Post-Doc)
2012-2013 Donna Cook, Psy.D.
2012-2013 Jason Johnson, Psy.D.
2012-2013 David Mitchel, Psy.D.
2012-2013 Nnenna Ndika, Ph.D.
2011-2012 Ana Cabezas, Psy.D
2011-2012 Malloree Gorrie, Psy.D.
2011-2012 Eileen Houtzer, Psy.D.
2011-2012 Mark Kent, Ph.D.
2011-2012 Donica Romeo, Ph.D.
2011-2012 Thomas Huber, Ph.D. (Post intern Fellow)
2010-2011 Thomas Huber, Ph.D.
2010-2011 Jennifer Leo, Psy.D
2010-2011 Tikesha Leslie-Jones, Psy.D.
2010-2011 Dianne Ey Psy.D (Post-Doc)
2010-2011 Sharon Muha Psy.D (Post-Doc)
2009-2010 Susanne Hallowell, Psy.D
2009-2010 Sharon Muha, Psy.D.
2009-2010 Ghia Xiong, Psy.D.
2009-2010 Kristin Marvin, Psy.D. (Post-Doc)
2008-2009 Michele Detsch, Psy.D.
2008-2009 Stancil Hutchinson, Psy.D.
2008-2009 Kristin Marvin, Psy.D.
2008-2009 Ian Wallace, Ph.D.
2007-2008 Robert Bates, Psy.D.
2007-2008 John Carter, Psy. D
2007-2008 Victor Cattolico, Psy.D.
2007-2008 Jason Merrin, Psy.D.
2006-2007 Adielle Carrington, Psy.D.
2006-2007 Rachael Egeline, Psy.D.
2006-2007 Joanna Rowles, Ph.D.
2006-2007 Yasheka Sease, Psy.D.
2005-2006 Guadalupe Vasquez, Psy.D.
2005-2006 Jeffrey Wood, Psy.D.
2005-2006 Dermot-Paul McLoughlin, Ph.D.
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