N648 TRAINING PROGRAM
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Thank you for visiting our website. My name is Jessica Beeghly. I received my doctorate in clinical psychology from Palo Alto University where I had an area of emphasis in diversity and community mental health. While in graduate school, I participated in cross-cultural research examining the intergenerational transmission of trauma and the attachment/caregiver relationship as a mechanism for trauma transmission across generations. I completed my internship at Aurora Mental Health Center in Colorado. As part of my training year I had the opportunity to complete a rotation at the Colorado Refugee Wellness Center where I completed assessments and short term therapy with newly arrived refugees from all over the world. I completed my post-doctoral residency at the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic with a training emphasis on health psychology and Latinx mental health. After completing my residency, I stayed on at the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic as a Behavioral Health Consultant providing brief psychological assessments and interventions with migrant farm workers and their families from Mexico, Central, and South America. Most recently, I completed additional post-graduate training to become certified as a perinatal mental health specialist and I have a specific interest in working with pregnant and postpartum women. I'm fluent in Spanish and perform the majority of my clinical work in Spanish. I'm currently an evaluator on the IMPACT™ team and provides consultation to IMPACT™ trainees.
☐N648 Consultation Group $700/annually OR $70/per group Monthly Consultation Group led by N648 specialist senior team member Jessica Beeghly Ph.D.
Members benefit from shared learning, professional collegial contact specific to N648 evaluations.
This training available to MDs or Ph.D. psychologists.
☐N648 Training Video $400
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