Jay Philip Paul, PhD, LMFT



BA in Psychology & Social Relations: Harvard University, 1976
MA in Clinical Psychology: University of California at Berkeley, 1981
Clinical Internship: San Francisco General Hospital (1982-1983)
PhD in Clinical Psychology: University of California at Berkeley, 1986


Private psychotherapy practice for 30 years, working with individuals and couples.

Extensive clinical experience working with LGBT population.

Clinical supervision of other psychotherapists.

Certified Trauma Specialist through the Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists (ATSS).

Over 20 years as co-investigator at the University of California, San Francisco Center for AIDS Prevention Studies on behavioral research projects concerned with HIV prevention and other health issues facing LGBT populations, such as alcohol/drug use, tobacco use, childhood sexual abuse and family issues.

Consultation to researchers and community organizations in developing intervention strategies to promote behavior changes in sexual behavior and substance use.

Author of 10 book chapters, over 40 professional journal articles, 4 international professional conference presentations, and over 20 national professional conference presentations.

Editorial Board, Journal of Homosexuality
Editorial Board, Journal of Sex Research
Professional reviewer of manuscripts for over 20 professional journals

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