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Teresa Frausto, MD
Assistant Professor, Psychiatry
School of Medicine
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
3/2008 - 3/2009 The Origins of Community Psychiatry - Lecture to 3rd year general psychiatry residents.
12/2005 Gender and Crosscultural Issues in Psychotherapy
A one hour interactive didactic with 3rd year general psychiatry residents using vignettes to explore gender and cross cultural issues in psychotherapy.
7/2004 - 6/2005 Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Out patient Clinic
Weekly one hour seminar with third year general psychiatry residents reviewing:child and adolescent development, common childhood psychiartic disorders, parent skills training, behavioral modification, psychopharmacology and how to utilize the multidisplinary team approach. This course is co-lead with Bill Murdoch MD
10/2002 - 6/2009 Child Psychiatry Seminar
Child and Adolescent development, diagnosis, treatment planning and psychopharmacology. Given to third year general psychiatry residents and other trainees one hour per week
Clinical Supervision
7/2007 - 6/2009 Weekly supervison with evaluation of a general psychiatry resident. Focus on outpatient psychotherapy and medication management.
Interactive Teaching
7/2005 - 6/2006 Child and Adolescent Inpatient Units Weekend Coverage
One weekend per month all new evaluations and current patients on both the child and adolescent units are supervised with a 1st, 2nd or 3rd year general psychiatry resident and 3rd year medical student. Role modeling and problem based learning skills are utilized. Approximately 15 hours total teaching time with the residents/students.
7/2005 - 6/2006 Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Resident Clinic
A three hour once a week clinic with the 3rd year general psychiatry residents and other trainees. Role modeling and direct clinical supervision is utilized in diagnostic evaluations and medication management follow up appointments
7/2004 - 6/2005 Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic
This clinic is held three hours per week with the third year general psychiatry residents and psychology/social work interns. The students observe attending physicians (Frausto and Murdoch) conduct psychiatric interviews with children, adolescents and thier families. The children are followed in the clinic by the residents/interns with direct clinical supervision. The focus is problem -based learning and small group teaching. Chapters and journal articles are also utilized.
10/2002 - 6/2009 Child and Adolescent on Call Clinical Supervision
One weekend per month from 6pm Friday til 8am Monday I review cases with 1st, 2nd or 3rd year residents that present to the Loma Linda University Medical Center Emergency Room. Problem based learning is utilized for diagnosis, suicide evaluation and criteria for hospitalization.
1/2002 - 6/2009 Clinical supervision of 3rd year General Psychiatry Residents in a Child and Adolescent Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic. Focus on Diagnostic evaluations, normal child development and pathology,  medication management, parent training and cognitive behavioral interventions.
One hour per week clinical supervision with one 2nd or 3rd year general psychiatry resident. The residents'' psychotherapy cases are reviewed focusing on diagnosis, specific psychotherapy approaches, problem based learning and psychopharmacology. Role modeling and mentoring is also used for career planning.
Administrative Teaching Roles
7/2004 - 6/2005 Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic
I am co-course coordinator of the clinic along with Bill Murdoch MD and Winnie Klop