Steven Zlutnick, Ph.D.
Professor, Counseling Psychology
Dr. Zlutnick received his doctorate in Clinical Psychology
from the University of Utah. He is the current Director of the
Behavior Therapy Center and Past Director of the Behavioral
Medicine & Therapy Institute of San Francisco.
His research interests and areas of expertise include behavioral
therapy and behavioral health/medicine; single subject experimental
research; accountable mental health systems; and iatrogenic issues
in education, psychology and medicine. He teaches the course,
Problem Solving Counseling. Dr Zlutnick co-authored Behavior
therapy and health care: Principles and applications (1975) and
Fathers and sons: Removing the barriers to intimacy will soon be
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City
M.A., Clinical Psychology, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo
B.A., Psychology, University of Missouri, Kansas City
Behavioral therapy and behavioral health/medicine; single subject experimental research; accountable mental health systems; iatrogenic issues in education, psychology and medicine.
- Child and Parent Therapy and Counseling
- Problem Solving Therapy and Counseling
- MFT Traineeship