Counseling Psychology — MFT
Joseph  Gumina

Joseph Gumina, Ph.D.

Adjunct Faculty, Counseling Psychology

California Board of Psychology: Licensed Psychologist PSY 24776
Allied Medical Staff/Staff Psychologist – California Pacific Medical Center
Adjunct Instructor – School of Education, Counseling Psychology Department
Affiliate Faculty – School of Nursing and Health Professions

Fellowship, Department of Psychiatry, Child Adolescent Services, Kaiser SSF
Pre-Doctoral Internship, Children's Hospital &Research Center Oakland
Juvenile Hall Forensic Mental Health Team, San Mateo County
Health Department of San Francisco, Community Mental Health
USF Center for Child and Family Development

Areas of Expertise
Family therapy; child and adolescent therapy; parent consultation; developmental differences; mental health intern supervision and training; community outreach; consultations with schools and pediatricians.


Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology

Courses Offered
  • Individual and Family Research Methods
  • Psychopathology
  • Lifespan Developmental Counseling

Gumina, J. (2009). Communication of the decision to divorce: A retrospective qualitative study. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage. Vol. 50, 3/4.

Doctoral Dissertation
Gumina, J. (2009). Perceived marital self-efficacy inadolescents: Development of the anticipated marital efficacy scale and correlations with marital attitudes. Unpublished manuscript.