ANN WOODWARD HINES, M.A.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
CALIFORNIA License MFT: 20813
610 Capitola Ave, Capitola, CA 95010 USA
Ph: (831) 476-9620
August 1985 – present: Private practice: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Specialties: Children and adolescents, trauma healing, reorganizing family systems, co-parenting, mindfulness and somatic-based cognitive therapy, individual, couple and family therapy. National and international presenter: professional development trainings for clinicians and mediators.
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS:
August 6, 2014: International Speaker for Familyzone ™ Clinical Trainings, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Program: Contact Refusal: Challenges and Solutions.
Presentation I: Reunification Therapy: Perspectives and Practice
Presentation 2: Facilitating Healing in Parent-Child Relationships: Working with traumatic responses.
Contacts: Dr. Ronel Duchen and Irma Schutte, MSW: www.familyzone.co.za
April 2014: Santa Cruz Family Law Bar presentation: “Whose Voice is the Child’s?” International adoption of UNRC: The rights of the child to be heard in legal matters affecting them. Toolkit to elicit the child’s voice without leading questions.
Contact: Brian Myers, ESQ, Santa Cruz, CA.
June 2010: Santa Cruz Family Law Bar presentation: Understanding Reunification Therapy: What it is, and what it isn’t.
Contact: Dr Melissa Berrenge, Capitola, CA.
May 2004: Feature article: Monterey Bay Psychological Association Newsletter. “Therapist Ethics in the Minefield of Court Referrals.” Article posted on www.mbpsych.org, www.santacruztherapist.org, and www.annhines.com
Sept. 2003: Feature article: Monterey Bay Psychological Association Newsletter. “The Danger of Certainty.” Posted on www.mbpsych.org, www.santacruztherapist.org, and www.annhines.com.
Dec. 2001 – Jan. 2003: Author of feature articles for the layperson relevant to children, teens and families for Santa Cruz Sentinel newspaper. Archived www.santacruzsentinel.com, and www.annhines.com
Sept. 12, 2002: Presenter: New Brighton Middle School, Capitola, CA: Living With Teenagers.
Nov 2001: Author: Kids Talk: The Holidays and Divorce. For Growing Up in Santa Cruz, Aptos Times, Capitola Times, Scotts Valley Times.
Sept. 25, 2001: Family Services Association, Presenter for internship program: “ After 9/11: Childhood Reactions to Stress and Trauma.” Santa Cruz, CA.
Sept. 2002: Adjunct faculty member: John F. Kennedy University Graduate School of Professional Psychology. “Helping Children Cope With Divorce.” Campbell, CA. Contact: Ann Littlewood, Faculty Coordinator.
John F. Kennedy University, Graduate School of Professional Psychology.
Oct. 1995 and Oct. 1996: Guest lecturer externship program: “Diagnosis and Treatment of Children and Adolescents.” JFK University, Campbell, CA
Aug. 1994 - Sept 1995: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in Los Angeles, CA
Collegial ref: Dr Jeff Marsh, 436 N. Bedford Dr. Ste 305, Beverly Hills, CA 90210.
2001 - 2002 school year: Consulting therapist: Bonny Doon School. Santa Cruz, CA.
Sept 1998 – Sept 2001: (Teaching sabbatical from psychotherapy practice)
Elementary School Teacher at Main Street Elementary School, Soquel, CA.
Created 4TH/5TH grade Montessori classroom within public school system.
Ref: Thom Dunks, Santa Cruz County Office of Ed, Capitola, CA.
1991: FROSTIG CENTER OF EDUCATIONAL THERAPY, Pasadena, CA. Educational Therapist.
Multiple Subject Teaching Credential: CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY, Monterey, CA. June 1997
Prelim PhD coursework: Counseling Psychology, School of Ed: UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIF. Los Angeles, CA. Dec. 1984
M.A. Clinical Psychology: ANTIOCH UNIVERSITY, Los Angeles, CA. Dec. 1983
B.A. Psychology: ANTIOCH UNIVERSITY, Los Angeles, CA. June 1982
A.M.I International Montessori Teaching Diploma: MONTESSORI INSTITUTE OF Los Angeles. June 1979
Undergrad coursework, Fine Art major: UNIVERSITY OF CALIF. AT LOS ANGELES. Sept. 1974 to Dec. 1975
CALIFORNIA STATE LICENSES:
Licensed Marriage, Family and Child Therapist #MFT 20813 Aug. 17, 1985
Professional Clear CA Multiple Subject Teaching Credential 1998
Certification in Cross Cultural Language Acquisition and Development (CLAD) 1998
ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION AND MEMBERSHIP:
Somatic Experiencing trauma healing practitioner: registry www.traumahealing.com
Essentials of Mediation and Divorce Mediation NCMC: Northern CA Mediation Center, San Rafael, CA. March 2010
Collaborative Process Divorce Training, Collaborative Council of the Redwood Empire, Santa Rosa, CA. Feb. 2008
Member AFCC: Association of Family and Conciliation Courts
CA Association of Marriage and Family Therapists