Chantel Cortinovis is a pre-licensed, registered psychology assistant (PSB94020256) and is currently in private practice working under the supervision of a licensed clinical psychologist, Julie Greines, PsyD (PSY21911).
Cortinovis completed her undergraduate degree at California State University, Northridge. She then went on to earn both her master’s and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University.
Her pre-doctoral training has been extensive and diverse, as well as training in a variety of different clinical settings. She has interned at Santa Anita Family Services, where she worked predominantly with individuals and couples to overcome past and present obstacles associated with mental and emotional health.
Cortinovis also completed pre-doctoral internships at Children’s Institute, then at California State University Dominguez Hills. At Children’s Institute, she worked with children, at-risk teens and families coming from communities affected by poverty, community violence, drugs, child abuse, or domestic violence. At California State University Dominguez Hills, she worked with students from diverse backgrounds, ethnicities, and ages facing issues ranging from problems associated to daily living to complex traumas.
She also has experience running group therapy, covering topics from domestic violence and chemical dependency, to working with children, or working with those struggling with body image.
You can follow her on Twitter @DrChantelPsyD
Text and image credits to Chantel Cortinovis
Published: 10 March 2014
Last update: 22 July 2018
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