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Clinical Training Program

As a part of this practice student clinicians and post-doctoral clinicians have been incorporated into the clinical care which is offered to the community. Over the years as a professor at California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP), which is a school within the Alliant International University located her in Fresno and a faculty clinical supervisor at the psychological training clinic affiliated with CSPP, it has become a traditional training opportunity for graduate level practical experience. Second, and third year, graduate students, as well as post-doctoral level trainees have been able to increase their exposure to clinical work, education, and training on their path toward a doctorate as a part of their effort to become a clinical psychologist. The clinical practicum for second, and third year, students starts in June of each year and typically ends in July of the following year. For post-doctoral training the doctor usually completes their training and continues work within the practice.


Training with students who stand out who participate in the clinical practicum which follows guidelines established by CSPP in consort with the established clinical practice. The student clinicians are trained to provide psychotherapy, psychological testing, and consultative services. As a part of their training experience, they are required to meet with their clinical supervisor for both individual and group supervision weekly. Below you will find a brief biography and a picture of the current student clinicians. Please contact Dr. Barnes with questions or if you have a request to meet with one of the student clinicians.

Student Clinicians:


Sierra Moore, M.A.

Sierra Moore is a third-year doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at Alliant International University. Sierra received her Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science from San Jose State University.  She anticipates beginning her internship in the summer of 2025. Sierra has previous experience working with an array of populations, including children, adolescents, and adults, at an inpatient psychiatric hospital and at the Veterans Administration. She has a special interest in attachment styles and the impact they have on adulthood. Sierra believes in providing an open, safe environment to foster a strong therapeutic relationship to help with processing thoughts and emotions.  

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