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Randall Walker, MS, LMFT
Assistant Professor, Counseling and Family Science
Work History 
Director, Counseling and Family Sciences Clinic (January 2008)
Loma Linda University

Direct the daily operations of the Department of Counseling and Family Sciences training Clinic. Oversee the delivery of outpatient psychotherapy services delivered to members of the local community by graduate and doctoral students within the Department's programs. Oversee the supervision of the clinicians in training by licensed marriage and family therapists. Act as liaison between the Department and the Clinic.

Director, Drug and Alcohol Certificate Program (April 2001)
Loma Linda University

Oversee and coordinate the Drug and Alcohol Certificate Program offered through the Department of Counseling and Family Sciences. Interview, evaluate, and admit applicants to the program. Teach courses relevant to the certificate.

Contract Instructor (February 1999 - June 2003)
University of La Verne

Taught graduate and doctoral level courses to students with Department of Behavioral Sciences. Courses taught included graduate-level psychopathology, behavior therapy, and substance abuse counseling. Also, taught a doctoral-level substance abuse class to students within the community psychology program.

Contract Instructor (September 1998 - August 2001)
California State University, San Bernardino

Taught upper division undergraduate students through the Department of Health Science and Human Ecology. Course taught was Drug and Alcohol Use and Abuse.

Clinical Supervisor (August 1997 - June 2008)
Inland Valley Recovery Services, Upland, CA
Provided ongoing supervision to professional and paraprofessional staff serving addicted adults and their families. Provided ongoing staff training and development. Consulted with leadership team to develop and improve services.

Marriage and family therapist (March 1994)
Private practice, Upland, CA
Self-employed private practitioner working with individual adults, adolescents, couples, and families in Upland. Majority of clients seen tend to present with issues related to substance abuse and addictions as well as anger management concerns. A significant portion of my clients are couples wanting to improve their relationship.

Clinical Supervisor (November 1989 - July 1994)
Matrix Institute on Addictions, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Served in various capacities within organization, but primarily as a clinical supervisor. Oversaw the delivery of addicitions treatment to private pay and funded adults, who were participating in an intensive outpatient treatment program. The Matrix Model is an evidenced-based treatment model that has received recognition from the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Also, piloted collaborative project between Matrix Institute and an inpatient psychiatric hospital.