Loma Linda University

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Randall Walker, MS, LMFT
Assistant Professor, Counseling and Family Science
Professional Development    Classes
  • Grantsmanship Training Program The Grantsmanship Center Los Angeles, CA ( 12/2010 )
  • AAMFT Approved Supervisor Refresher Course Institute for Advanced Studies Garden Grove, CA ( 1/2010 )
  • Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy

    ( 6/2009 - 7/2009 )

    This class within the Department of Counseling and Family Sciences at Loma Linda University focused on the model developed by Sue Johnson, the noted marriage therapist from Toronto, Canada.

  • Approved Supervisor Training San Diego University San Diego, CA

    ( 5/1991 - 7/1991 )

    This was the approved training course to complete requirements for the AAMFT Approved Supervisor designation.

  Seminars and Conferences
  • Emotional Transformation Therapy Couple's Workshop

    ( 8/2013 )
  • Sixth Annual International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition

    ( 2/2013 )

    Loma Linda University

    Loma Linda, CA

  • Mindsight Lecture Series Daniel Siegel, MD Mindsight Institute, Los Angeles, CA

    ( 9/2011 - 1/2012 )

    This monthly two-hour lecture is intended to create a dialog among those interested in the writings of Daniel Siegel and to develop a sense of community for people exploring interpersonal neurobiology as described in Siegel''s writings.

  • Emotional Transformation Therapy, Level 2

    ( 9/2011 - 10/2011 )
  • Emotional Transformation Therapy, Level 1

    ( 7/2011 )
  • Transformed Supervisor American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, California Division San Diego, CA 

    ( 7/2011 )

    This particular supervision workshop emphasized working from a recovery-oriented care perspective.

  • Adult Attachment, Interpersonal Neurobiology & Psychotherapy Annual Attachment Conference University of California, Los Angeles

    ( 12/2010 )

    This annual two-day workshop included presentations by Daniel Siegel, MD, Eric Hesse, and Mary Main, who are researchers in attachement theory and co-developers of the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI).

  • Best Practices of Clinical Supervision with Carol Falender, Ph. D. at Cal Poly Pomona.

    ( 6/2009 )

    This day-long workshop focused on the idea of competency-based supervision and how as clinical supervisors we can help clinicians-in-training become more skilled, future professionals. Falender is a recognized authority in this area.

  • MHA Village Faculty Immersion Training, at the Village in Long Beach, CA

    ( 4/2009 )

    I participated in this two-day training the detailed an innovative program working with chronically mentally ill adults in the Long Beach area. This program offers a variety of services using the recovery model. The training included meeting "members" of the Village and shadowing a "personal service coordinator" as he visited "members" living out in the community.

  • Ethics Training with David Jensen, J.D., legal counsel for the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists sponsored by the Inland Empire Chapter CAMFT. ( 2/2009 )
    This annual workshop updates MFTs on legal and ethical requirements of the profession.
  • 2nd Annual Neuroscience Meets Recovery Conference presented by the US Journal. ( 3/2007 )
    Conference offered number of scholarly presentations around topics of substance abuse/addiction and relation to neuroscience.