Raquel Hoersting, BA (Universidad San Francisco de Quito); M.S., Ph.D. (University of North Texas)

Dr. Raquel Hoersting is a Brazilian-American Assistant Professor for the Doctor of Psychology program at the University of Prince Edward Island (Canada), and an Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Institute, Trainer, Facilitator and EMDRIA Approved Consultant. As an intercultural clinical psychologist, her research focuses on the intersection of culture and identity, trauma, and artistic/creative approaches to culturally congruent and sensitive psychotherapy practices. She is actively engaged in teaching and training clinical psychology graduate students and is involved in EMDR Therapy training with EMDR Treinamento e Consultoria. Her clinical practice focuses on EMDR Therapy with children, youth, and adults.

The Hon. Margo Lewis Hoy (Ret.) joined Signature Resolution after 18 years of private practice and 11 years on the San Diego Superior Court. Known for her approachable demeanor, Judge Hoy mediates disputes concerning all areas of family law.  As a Superior Court judge, Judge Hoy served as the supervising judge of the family law division and oversaw 26 family law departments. To better serve parents and children, she pioneered the use of child custody parenting plans in the San Diego Superior Court. She also served on the court’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee and chaired its Family Law Policy Committee. Before being appointed to the bench, Judge Hoy founded the premier family law practice in San Diego County and handled thousands of complex cases involving child custody and visitation, child and spousal support, and more. She was certified as a Family Law Specialist in 2000. Judge Hoy has been honored by legal organizations throughout California, including multiple Judicial Officer of the Year awards and inclusion in the Top 25 Women Lawyers in San Diego.

Sarah Katz, MPH is resident of northern Sonoma County and a Healthcare Foundation - Northern Sonoma County Board Member. As a public health epidemiologist, Ms. Katz has spent the last ten years in local and state health departments, academia, and hospital settings in California. Ms. Katz currently manages the Sonoma County Department of Health Services’ Assessment & Epidemiology Unit. In this role, Ms. Katz and her team work to ensure the availability of high-quality and comprehensive health data on Sonoma County residents and to facilitate its use for public health assessment, policy development, and program planning and evaluation in order to reduce preventable morbidity and mortality and achieve health equity. Most recently, Ms. Katz has had an active role in health department’s medical/health operations center in response to the October wildfires. In the summer, she facilitated increased data support to the Department’s Behavioral Health Division. Prior to her work in Sonoma County, she specialized in cross-border surveillance for the California Office of Binational Border Health, conducted public health research with UC San Diego and the Berkeley Survey Research Center, and supported emergency operations at the UC Davis Medical Center. Ms. Katz obtained a Master in Public Health degree in Epidemiology from San Diego State University and Bachelor’s degrees in Interdisciplinary Studies (in Health and Place) and Geography from the University of California, Berkeley.

Gerald P. Koocher, PhD, ABPP earned his doctorate in clinical psychology at the University of Missouri.  He previously served as Chief of Psychology at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, and as health sciences dean at Simmons and DePaul Universities. He remains a Senior Associate in Psychology at Children’s Hospital and Lecturer at Harvard Medical School in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and at the Harvard Bioethics Center.

Dr. Koocher is the founding Editor of the journal Ethics & Behavior, and previously served as Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Psychology and The Clinical Psychologist. He is currently Associate Editor of Practice Innovations. He has published more than 350 articles and book chapters and authored or edited 17 books including Ethics in Psychology and the Mental Health Professions, the Psychologists’ Desk Reference, and The Parent’s Guide to Psychological First Aid.

Lori A. Love, Ph.D. has worked almost exclusively in the field of divorce and child custody for over 22 years. She is licensed in the states of California and Hawaii. She has also enjoyed working as a school psychologist and an adjunct faculty member of the Child Development Department at San Diego State University where she taught Divorce and Remarriage and Family Interaction Patterns.

Dr. Love has been an AFCC presenter on Parent Coordination, a regular speaker at The San Diego Family Law Bar continuing education seminars, and has enjoyed being on the faculty of the Family Law College of Trial Advocacy.

Dr. Love is a founding executive board member of Kathy’s Legacy, a charity that assists children and adult victims of domestic violence. She also serves on the advisory board of Kid’s Turn, an organization dedicated to assisting and empowering children of divorce in navigating the process.

Stacey White Kinney (MFC35122) is a licensed marriage & family therapist who specializes in individual and family therapy and child custody issues. She maintains a private practice in Newport Beach, CA. With over 30 years of experience working with families in Orange County, CA, Stacey currently interacts with a broad spectrum of clients. Her areas of expertise include child sexual abuse, trauma, domestic violence, divorce/separation, child custody, anxiety, and depression. She is a graduate of California State University Fullerton with a M.S. in clinical psychology and University of California Santa Barbara where she received a B.A. in liberal studies. She is in the process of earning her Psy.D. at California Southern University.

Dominic “Nick” Lucia, Ed.D. has a combined total of 30-years’ experience working in law enforcement, the fire service, and in emergency medical/rescue response. He served culturally and economically diverse communities and learned quickly that regardless of culture, beliefs, or socioeconomic status, people face similar challenges in life that can lead to psychological or emotional distress. Dr. Lucia has a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology and is working with Synde Acks, Pys.D., as a Psychologist Assistant (P.A.). He also works with Dr. Ive Eicken, Ph.D., at West Coast Trauma Retreat (WCPR), a five-day inpatient treatment program that is supported entirely by volunteers. First Responder peers and clinicians volunteer what time they can by conducting intakes or supporting treatment.

Tony Madrid, Ph.D. earned his Ph.D. in psychology from Washington State University. He then did a Fellowship in Medical Psychology at UCSF and worked as a child psychologist at Sonoma County Mental Health.

Dr. Madrid was on California’s Board of Psychology for four years and was an Adjunct Professor at the University of San Francisco (1976-1997). Dr. Madrid has been in private practice for 45 years in Sonoma County, California. He currently works as a psychologist at Russian River Counselors in Monte Rio, California.

Dr. Madrid has published over twenty papers and chapters in books on the topic of Bonding Therapy. He was awarded the Hilgard award for his article, Helping children with asthma using Bonding Therapy.

Dr. Jennifer Mathis is a trauma specialist in private practice. She developed Sand-Process Therapy©, is the creator of The Mathis Model™ and In-Lightened L.I.F.E. (Live. Intentional. Free. Empowered.)™ an integrated program designed to identify and re-wire the habitual patterned scripts that keep us stuck in self-limiting thoughts and repeating self-sabotaging behaviors.

Dr. Mathis is certified as a master addictions counselor w/co-occurring disorders, licensed professional clinical counselor and approved clinical supervisor. She is independently licensed in Arizona, California and Hawaii. Dr. Mathis has advanced training in Addictions (process & chemical), Eating Disorders, Dissociation and Trauma. She holds advanced certification in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), is a certified EMDR therapist, EMDRIA approved EMDR consultant, EMDR & Sandtray specialist, and certified Brainspotting therapist.

Sandra L. Mayberry, J.D. brings 25 years of Family Law experience to Parks and Solar, including complex and high asset cases. She has practiced in San Diego County, exclusively in Family Law, for 25 years and has been a Certified Family Law Specialist, from the State Bar Board of Legal Specialization for more than 18 years. She has been a Fellow with the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers since 2012. She has been active in various aspects of the San Diego County Family Law Bar Association and San Diego County Bar since she began practice.

Jan Myers, MS has worked within the field of public safety for nearly 30 years.  She is a Master Instructor with CA Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) and taught and/or facilitated the development of numerous law enforcement courses in CA, OR, and CO, to include academy and advanced peace officer, 9-1-1 dispatch, parole and probation, and corrections courses, as well as management and executive management courses.  As a CA 9-1-1 Dispatcher for 12 years, her duties included tactical dispatch and training.  Her most recent project with CA POST was the development and production of a training video entitled, “Dispatchers: Career Resiliency”. She is also the instructor for the Trauma Exposure and Management course taught throughout CA.  Ms. Myers co-founded the West Coast Post trauma Retreat (WCPR) in 2001, a 6-day residential treatment program for first responders experiencing posttraumatic issues, and a separate spouse/significant other program.  While working with the State of Oregon, at the Department of Public Safety Standards & Training (DPSST), she assisted in the development of the first Oregon State Police Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT) and facilitated the development of the first ever Line of Duty Death resource guide for OR law enforcement agencies. She also participated in the development of the National Emergency Number Association’s (NENA) Standard in Acute, Traumatic, and Chronic Stress Management.  Ms. Myers was an original sitting board member of the 9-1-1 Wellness Foundation from 2010 to 2017.  Ms. Myers holds a graduate degree in Mental Health Counseling and is a registered Professional Clinical Counselor intern with the State of CA. Her ultimate goal is to mitigate the stigma of first responders asking for the help they oftentimes need and always deserve. 

Christine Naber, Ph.D. holds a Masters and Ph.D. in Clinical and Community Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Her dissertation focus was a priming study on the effects of exposure to rape myths in popular culture on victim blaming in a forensic setting.  Dr. Naber completed an internship with a focus on neuropsychology and cross-cultural psychology, as well as postdoctoral training in neuropsychology and rehabilitation at the University of Missouri in Columbia, MO and Northcoast Health Care Centers in Santa Rosa, CA. Dr. Naber works as a neuropsychologist in the Department of Neuropsychology at Kaiser Permanente in Santa Rosa and has a private practice in Healdsburg, CA specializing in adult and geriatric neuropsychology, as well as criminal and civil forensic neuropsychological evaluations. Her forensic specialty includes a focus on assessment of trauma, PTSD, and emotional distress.

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