Dr. Jackie Parke

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  • Licensed psychologist with a private practice in Fullerton, California

 

  • Therapy with children, teenagers, and college-aged young adults

 

  • Specializing in the treatment of anxiety disorders, depression, and trauma

 

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Education and Training

  • Doctorate of Psychology (Psy.D.) from Azusa Pacific University
  • Clinical training placements at Azusa Unified School District, Salvation Army Transitional Living Center, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
  • Pre-doctoral internship at the Children's Hospital Los Angeles
  • Two-year post-doctoral fellowship at the Children's Hospital Los Angeles

 

Professional Qualifications

  • Licensed Psychologist in California (PSY24269)
  • APA-Accredited doctorate program, internship training, and post-doctoral training
  • Experience teaching, training, and supervising psychology undergraduate and doctoral students

 

Clinical Specialties/Expertise

  • Conducting therapy and assessment with children, adolescents, young adults, and adults
  • Expertise in treatment of trauma and traumatic grief
  • Evidence-based practice in psychotherapy
  • Pre-adoption assessments

 

To learn more about Dr. Parke's professional background, click here to view a CV in PDF format.

Dr. Parke grew up in southern California and currently has a private practice in Fullerton. She has a passion for clinical work as well as for training psychologists. She has taught at multiple universities locally. She has also taught and trained internationally--on the Thailand/Burma and Turkey/Syria borders--working directly with refugee youth and/or equipping others to care for them.

Dr. Parke enjoys running and soccer, playing music, and spending time with her husband and her dog. Some of her previous clients knew her by her maiden name (Dr. Jackie Moonilal). Although she identifies as a follower of Christ, she has enjoyed serving people from all walks of life who have a vast spectrum of backgrounds and worldviews.