Dr. Rashelle Hakak received her Ph.D. from the APA accredited program at California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant University, San Diego. She had extensive training in testing, diagnosis and treatment modalities at an APA accredited internship, Western Youth Services. For her Postdoctoral Fellowship she worked with Los Angeles Veterans Affairs in program development and training of psychiatry residents and fellows for a newly developed Family Therapy Treatment Program. Additionally, she has extensive experience with children in outpatient clinics, private practice, hospitals and school settings.
Dr. Hakak applies evidence-based practices, including cognitive behavioral therapy, functional family therapy, and mindfulness-based stress reduction, to work extensively with children, teens, adults and families. In her practice, she integrates an ecological and family systems approach which fosters growth, wholeness and connection for her clients.
Dr. Hakak works with individuals and families impacted by anxiety disorders, obsessive compulsive disorders, trauma, intergenerational trauma (secondary trauma), mood disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, psychosis, different learning abilities, family conflict, interpersonal conflict, intergenerational cultural conflict, and school difficulty. She specializes in working with children that are twice exceptional (2e) and their families.
Dr. Hakak has extensive knowledge of the school system and is a consultant on forensic cases involving school districts. She also provides private educational consulting and advocacy support services to children and their families.
139 South Beverly Drive Suite 235, Beverly Hills, California 90212, United States
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