Recognizing Dr. Mamie Clark
As one of the first African American psychologists to graduate from Columbia, Dr. Mamie Clark’s many contributions in childhood development and social science research helped overturn school segregation and develop culturally sensitive programs for children. Learn more about her impact.
Inclusion and Advancement in Education
In a Q&A with La Shon Tillie-Jones, site director of Pacific Clinics’ Head Start Nesbitt Center, she talks about the importance of providing programs that support advancement and self-sufficiency.
Pacific Clinics’ Q&A with Jenifer Lewis
For Black History Month, we feature a leading African American advocate for mental health awareness. In a Q&A with Pacific Clinics, our Champion of Mental Health @jeniferlewis shares her #hopestory and discusses her journey with bipolar disorder as revealed in her bestselling memoir #TheMotherOfBlackHollywood.
Pacific Clinics’ Advances Magazine Winter 2020 Issue
This Excellence in Education issue of Advances Magazine focuses on programs for children and adults and includes a special interview with actress, author, activist and Pacific Clinics’ 2019 Champion of Mental Health Jenifer Lewis.
Dr. Beth Jenks Published in The California Psychologist
Lydia Flasher, PhD and Pacific Clinics’ Corporate Director of Clinical Training Beth Jenks, PhD cowrote "Beyond Skills Training in Supervision: Teaching Professional Attitudes and Values," in the Winter 2020 issue of The California Psychologist. In the article, they encourage supervisors and training directors to educate psychologists on professional attitudes and values, which will help improve their practice.
Pacific Clinics Announces New Vice President of Advancement
We’re pleased to announce that Jennifer D'Alvarez has been hired to assume the position of Vice President of Advancement, responsible for the agency's fundraising and volunteer engagement efforts.
Categories: Press Releases
New Curriculum Helps Transitional Aged Youth Enter Workforce
Pacific Clinics is part of The Los Angeles Transition-Age Youth Collaborative which helps foster youth find and keep jobs. The collaborative created a curriculum to prepare transition-age foster youth for the workforce, taking into account their unique barriers. Learn more about the one-of-a-kind program.