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Tenika Jackson, PsyD

Antioch University Los Angeles

Educational History

  • Master’s in Business Administration – Finance Emphasis, The University of Redlands, Redlands, California
  • PsyD California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, Alhambra, California
    Clinical Doctoral Program – Multicultural Community Proficiency
  • MA 2003 California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University Alhambra, California
    Clinical Psychology – Multicultural Community Proficiency
  • BS, Xavier University of Louisiana

  • Jackson, T (August, 2012). Learning Blindfolded—Experiential Diversity Training Disability/Ableism Exercise: A True Walk in the Shoes of Another. APA Convention, Orlando, Florida
  • Jackson, T ( August, 2011). Effectively Treating LGBTQ Clients – Workshop Facilitator, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, California
  • Jackson, T (March, 2011). Effectively Treating LGBTQ Clients – Workshop Facilitator, Pepperdine University, Los Angeles, California
  • Jackson, T (February, 2011). Domestic Violence – “Not a Good Look” – Workshop Facilitator. Delta Sigma Theta Teen Summit, USC Campus, Los Angeles, California
  • Jackson, T. (October, 2010). The Biochemistry of Addiction – Workshop Facilitator. East Los Angeles College, Los Angeles, California
  • 2017 – present, Member, National Association of Professional Women (NAPW)
  • 2010 – present, Member, LAGPA
  • 2009 – present, Member, Whitehead Leadership Society
  • 2007 – present, Member, NAACP
  • 2007 – present, Professional Member, American Psychological Association/ Division 45
  • 2007 – present, Professional Member, American Psychological Association/ Division 35
  • 2006 – present, Member, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Los Angeles Alumnae Chapter
  • 2005 – present, Professional Member, American Psychological Association/ Division 44
  • 2005 – present, Professional Member, American Psychological Association
  • 2003 – present, Member, Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (glaad)
  • 2002 – present, Member, Human Rights

Core Faculty,

MA in Psychology

Director,

LGBT Specialization

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