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« on: April 07, 2013, 04:09:06 am »

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Alyce Laviolette's current license information:

Board of Behavioral Sciences

Licensee Information

Licensee Name: LAVIOLETTE ALYCE MFCC
License Type: CONTINUING EDUCATION PROVIDER
License Number: 3521
License Status: CLEAR Definition
Expiration Date: July 31, 2013
Issue Date: July 29, 2005
Address: 6621 E PACIFIC COAST HWY #220
City: LONG BEACH
State: CA
Zip: 90803
County: LOS ANGELES
Actions: No

Status Definition
Clear: License renewal fees have been paid and continuing education requirements (if applicable) have been met.

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The prior license:

Board of Behavioral Sciences

Licensee Information

Licensee Name: LAVIOLETTE ALYCE MFCC
License Type: CONTINUING EDUCATION PROVIDER
License Number: 333
License Status: CANCELED Definition
Expiration Date: June 30, 2005
Issue Date: June 13, 1997
Address: ALYCE LAVIOLETTE, CE COORDINATOR
3703 LONG BEACH BLVD #E10
City: LONG BEACH
State: CA
Zip: 90807
County: LOS ANGELES
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This information is updated Monday through Friday - Last updated: MAR-25-2013

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marriage and family therapist.

Board of Behavioral Sciences

Licensee Information

Licensee Name: LAVIOLETTE ALYCE DUNN
License Type: MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPIST
License Number: 29119
License Status: CLEAR Definition
Expiration Date: May 31, 2013
Issue Date: February 13, 1992
Address: 6621 E PACIFIC COAST HWY #220
City: LONG BEACH
State: CA
Zip: 90803
County: LOS ANGELES
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Licensee Name: LAVIOLETTE ALYCE
License Type: PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSISTANT
License Number: PSB16213
License Status: CANCELLED Definition
Expiration Date: January 31, 1992
Issue Date: July 06, 1989
Address: 4433 VILLAGE RD
City: LONG BEACH
State: CA
Zip: 90808
County: LOS ANGELES
Actions: No
Supervisor Information

This registrant may only practice psychology under the direct supervision of a licensed psychologist or board-certified psychiatrist. The supervisor(s) is/are identified as:
Number Name Type Status
PSY6141 STOCKTON CHARLES THOMAS PSYCHOLOGIST Revoked

Licensee Name: LAVIOLETTE ALYCE D
License Type: PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSISTANT
License Number: PSB10905
License Status: CANCELLED Definition
Expiration Date: January 31, 1989
Issue Date: July 01, 1985
Address: 4433 VILLAGE RD
City: LONG BEACH
State: CA
Zip: 90805
County: LOS ANGELES
Actions: No
Supervisor Information

This registrant may only practice psychology under the direct supervision of a licensed psychologist or board-certified psychiatrist. The supervisor(s) is/are identified as:
Number Name Type Status
PSY6141 STOCKTON CHARLES THOMAS PSYCHOLOGIST Revoked
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« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2013, 04:44:54 am »

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« Reply #2 on: April 07, 2013, 04:54:32 am »

Alyce Dunn LaViolette, M.S., MFCC is a psychotherapist who serves as a court consultant, community educator, trainer and expert witness.  She founded Alternatives to Violence and frequently speaks about issues pertaining to domestic violence in the United States and abroad.  She works with both batterers and the abused.

http://lacfla.memberclicks.net/mc/community/eventdetailsPrint.do?print=true&eventId=305054
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« Reply #3 on: April 07, 2013, 05:05:14 am »

A marriage and family therapist is a person with a master's degree in marriage and family therapy, or a master's or doctoral degree in a related mental health field with substantially equivalent coursework in marriage and family therapy, who receives supervised clinical experience,or a person who meets the state requirements to practice as a marriage and family therapist. A marriage and family therapist treats mental and emotional disorders within the context of marriage and family systems. A marriage and family therapist provides mental health and counseling services to individuals, couples, families, and groups.

http://www.usahealthcareguide.com/laviolette-alyce-dunn-mft-1326117862.html
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« Reply #4 on: April 07, 2013, 05:21:22 am »

Licensed Psychotherapists in California

There seems to be an unlimited and ever-growing varieties of activities called "therapies" available in our culture. The word suggests that these are activities that help heal, cure or develop a person. While literally anything called a "therapy" may be useful to some of the people some of the time, the specific term, "psychotherapy" differs in some ways.

In the state of California (and perhaps in others) the use of the word to describe one's activities, are legally limited to those with specific training and state licensure.

There are four professional categories and four only, of people who are permitted to use the term 'Psychotherapy' or "Psychotherapist' to describe themselves of what they do. These four groups are 1) Board Certified Psychiatrists (MDs or DOs with specific training in psychotherapy and psychopharmacology,) 2) Licensed Clinical Psychologists (LCP,) 3) Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) and 4) Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT.)

There is no legal restriction on anyone doing literally anything calling themselves a 'therapist.' The "Psycho" in Psychotherapist is different. It is important for consumers to understand this and for people offering help to operate within the definitions of the laws in the State in which they work.

Each of the four groups permitted to use the designation of Psychotherapist is trained somewhat differently. What they have in common is recognized training, qualifying them for a license to practice psychotherapy.

A little information about the core training elements for each as they differ may be helpful in understanding what a person's license (the letters after their name) mean.

A Psychiatrist is a physician. They are trained in medical schools (as either MDs of DOs) and initially, after many years of training, internships and residencies, initially licensed as General Physicians and Surgeons. To become Board Certified in Psychiatry, additional training and practice in that specialty is required as are qualifying examinations. Any Physician can call themselves a "Psychiatrist" but to call themselves a Psychiatrist, they must be Board Certified in that Specialty.

A Licensed Clinical Psychologist, in California, is a person with a non-medical Doctorate (PhD or PsyD) in Psychology who has completed their degree and post-doctoral training and has achieved the license issued by the California Board of Psychology to practice as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. (The law requires that for each of these disciplines, their license to practice, or a copy of it, is to be posted visibly in their primary place of practice.)

Only MDs can prescribe medicine. Licensed Clinical Psychologists are also specifically trained in the practice of psychometrics - or psychological testing.

Licensed Clinical Social Workers are graduates of accredited graduate schools of Social Work and have MSW (from some schools, MS) degrees and are trained in psychotherapy as well as systems theory, community organization and a broad range of other activities involved in understanding the larger field that people exist within in order to assess and treat their issues in a broader, more inclusive, context.

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists are generally trained in the specific practice of psychotherapy. Like Clinical Social Workers, their graduate programs are generally two years (full time) long, yield Masters degrees and licensure requires two years of supervised, full time, post-graduate practice. Rigorous and thorough examinations are also required before clinical licenses to practice psychotherapy are issued to any of these four groups of clinicians.

Those four groups and ONLY those four groups of licensed professionals are allowed, under the terms of the Business and Professions Codes of the State of California, to use the word 'psychotherapist' to describe themselves or 'psychotherapy' to describe the service they provide.

Both LCSWs and LMFTs are licensed by the California State Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) in Sacramento and licensure can be confirmed via their public website.

So, in seeking out help, there are a plethora of therapies available - many with no restrictions on the words used to describe what is done. In seeking out a psychotherapist - certainly in California- the use of the term and the license to practice that specific activity is limited to the four groups described above. Consumers need to know.

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« Reply #5 on: April 07, 2013, 05:27:06 am »

Alyce Dunn LaViolette, M.S., MFCC is a psychotherapist who serves as a court consultant, community educator, trainer and expert witness.  She founded Alternatives to Violence and frequently speaks about issues pertaining to domestic violence in the United States and abroad.  She works with both batterers and the abused.

http://lacfla.memberclicks.net/mc/community/eventdetailsPrint.do?print=true&eventId=305054

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« Reply #6 on: April 07, 2013, 07:51:04 am »

CEU requirements

http://www.psychboard.ca.gov/licensee/education.shtml
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