Dr. Sharon Siegel C.V.


Ph.D. Clinicial Psychology, International College
Los Angeles, California, 1982
Dissertation: “A Feminist Dialectic: From Homophobia to Community”

Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT)
License #MA12947, 1978

Master of Art, Counseling Psychology, Goddard College
Master’s Thesis: “Self-Healing, Psycho-Physical Recovery Processes from a Feminist Perspective”

Bachelor of Arts, History, Summa Cum Laude, University of California
Los Angeles, California, 1976
Specializations: Psycho-History, Women’s Studies, Spanish

Honors and Awards:

2011 Executive Woman of the Year Nomination
National Association of Professional Women

2009 Christine-Ladd Franklin Award
“In recognition of her many contributions to the Association for Women in Psychology and to [the field of] Feminist Psychology.”

1977 Core Faculty Merit
“For research and development of individual healing systems and the psychological components that cause and maintain physical illness.”

1974-76 Honors Program
UCLA, California

1974 Scholastic Achievement
Lawrence Welk Scholarship

1973 Association for Women’s Active Return to Education (AWARE)

1981-97 Who’s Who in California


Certified Supervisor of Supervisors
American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT)

Certified Supervisor
California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)

Clinical Director, Vocational Rehabilitation Program; Independent Contractor and Mental Health Specialist, South Central Health and Rehabilitation Program

Educator for Re-Evaluation Education Community
Hollywood, California

Ryokan College

Instructor of Humanistic Psychology (in Spanish)
University of Guanajuato
Guanajuato, Mexico

Ordained Clergy
Abbey of Avalon

Pyschosocial Services
Oasis Clinic

HIV/AIDS Assistance
Martin Luther King Hospital, Drew Medical Center

Regional Executive Director
Re-Evaluation Education Community

3rd Degree Master, Reiki
Trained by Diane Stein

Organizational Affiliation:

Alcoholism Center for Women
Alpha Gamma Sigma
American Association for Counseling and Development
American Friends Service Committee
Association for the Integration of the Whole Person
Assocation for Women in Psychology
Association for Women’s Active Return to Education
California Assocation of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)
City of West Hollywood Women’s Advisory Council
Congregation Kol Ami
Connexxus Women’s Center/Centro de Mujeres
Goddess Temple of Palm Springs
Jewish Women’s Caucus
Los Angeles Women’s Community Chorus
Narcotics Anonymous
National Assocation of Professional Women
Pi Gamma Mu
Ryokan College
Santa Monica Women’s Center
Stanford Who’s Who Registry
UCLA Alumni Association
UCLA Women’s Center
United Farmworkers
University Without Walls


1990, “Ethical Standards and Practices in the Therapy Community”
2000, “Chopped Liver and Sour Grapes: Jewish But Not a Mother”, published in Jewish Mothers Tell Their Stories: Acts of Love and Courage