Rachel Gruenwald B.A
Rachel received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California State University, Fullerton in December 2020. She is enrolled in the MFT program at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Ultimately she would like to obtain her MFT license and pressure a career in therapy.
Rachel does a variety of office tasks from answering phones, to organization and checking in patients. Additionally she utilizes information from the casefiles to connect to evidence based research which aids Dr. Perrotti’s work.
In her free time Rachel enjoys being involved in the Girl Scout community. She has taken up crocheting as a positive way to relieve stress and enjoys making blankets for family and friends. Additionally she enjoys spending time with her friends, and family whenever she can.
Star Lee B.S.
Star Lee has dedicated her life to becoming a mental health professional. She has graduated from California State University, Fullerton as a Child and Adolescent Development Major and has
obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Development within the Health and Human Development department. She is currently pursuing her Master of Arts degree in
Educational Psychology online with Ball State University as well as a certificate in Neuropsychology.
During her last semester at California State University, Fullerton, she worked on gaining clinical research experience with Loma Linda University as a researcher’s assistant. They implemented stress reduction techniques for parents of children on the spectrum with the targeted age group being 3-5 years old. Furthermore, she has worked on helping children on the spectrum. She has also volunteered as a teacher, art coordinator, and a volunteer at a rescue mission as well.
As a research assistant for Dr. Perrotti, she helps gather and organize research. She has submitted a poster presentation for the Annual Forensic Psychology Conference on personality disorders and psychopathy and is now currently helping Dr. Perrotti with podcasting. Some plans for the future include obtaining her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology to become a practicing clinical psychologist. Her research topics of interest are in stress and schizophrenia.
She also likes to watch Hulu or Netflix in her free time. The show she is currently watching is the anime Neon Genesis Evangelion
Omar is currently enrolled in California State University, Fullerton and is majoring in Psychology. He is expected to graduate in Spring 2021. Omar is planning on continuing his education by receiving his masters and then, eventually, his Ph. D in Psychology. His short term goals include becoming an Educator at his local coffee shop and becoming a parent consultant for children with autism. His long term goals include becoming a forensic psychologist and, maybe, becoming a professor.
In the office, Omar is known to think outside of the box. He is keen to finding lost items and fixing broken things. Omar also takes on a ton of research. His favorite areas to study are neuropsychology, forensic psychology, and developmental psychology. Omar takes care of the patients when he sees them in person or through a phone call. He treats them like family and has strong customer service skills through years of training.
Omar also works as a behavioral therapist for children with autism. He also has a third job working as a supervisor and trainer at a local coffee shop. When he is not working, Omar loves spending his free time reading, meditating, hiking, and going to the cinema. Omar has recently started investing his time into reading philosophical texts in hopes to further his intellectual development, productivity, and happiness.
Kirya Valle B.A.
Kirya is received her Bachelor’s in psychology at California State University of Long Beach in December 2019. Her long term goals include earning her Masters and Ph.D in psychology and working in an abnormal or neuropsychological field.
As a research assistant, Kirya works in collecting and gathering research, checking in patients, and reviewing documents.
In her free time, Kirya enjoys baking for her friends and family, reading, and watching movies with her dogs.
Jean David B.S.
Jean received his Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology with an emphasis in Biology at the University of California, Davis on June 2019. His interests in psychology have always been leaning more towards abnormal psychology, mental illnesses, and the effect of drugs on human psychological behavior. Due to this interest, it has motivated him eventually apply to a clinical psychology program and earn his Masters and Ph.D. to further become a psycho-pharmacologist.
As a research assistant in the office, Jean helps Dr. Perrotti with many computer-based tasks that includes creating graphs, editing reports, and verifying/inputting psychological tests. He also helps Dr. Perrotti by outlining research articles and topics that are relevant to the specific cases he is currently working on. He also works on assisting patients by signing them in and answering phone calls that are transferred to Dr. Perrotti in order for them to schedule their appointments.
In his free time Jean enjoys listening to music and going out with his friends to music festivals.
Michael J. Perrotti, Ph.D.
3 Pointe Drive # 303
Brea, CA 92821
Office number: 657-441-0212
Fax number: 714-528-2575
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