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Dr. Daniel Jay Sonkin Ph.D. (Sausalito, United States) Provider

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Daniel J Sonkin, Ph.D.n/a Work 1505 Bridgeway Suite 105 Sausalito California 94965 United States Work Phone: 415-332-6703 Website: Daniel J Sonkin, Ph.D.
Professional Background

Education

B.S.    1975  University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois

M.A.   1979  California State University, San Francisco, California

Ph.D. 1981  Columbia Pacific University, San Rafael, California

License/Certifications

Marriage and Family Therapist, California License MFC16644

Certified for Psychotherapeutic use of Hypnosis, California Certificate 1302

Certified California State Community College Instructor, CA245316

Certified California State Community College Counselor, CA254800

 

Current Positions

11/81-            Psychotherapy and Forensic Consultation Practice

Sausalito, California

 

5/07-             Consulting Mental Health Advisor – Salesian Society of Don Bosco – Western Province

San Francisco, CA

 

Past Professional Experience

7/94-6/05 Adjunct faculty

Counseling Department

California State University, Sonoma

 

1/98-12/04 Expert consultant

Enforcement Unit

Board of Behavioral Sciences

Sacramento, California

 

9/96-6/99   Consultant – Domestic Violence Program

Family and Community Counseling Services

Santa Rosa, California

 

9/89-7/98   Ethics Committee Chair

California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

San Diego, California

 

9/93-7/96   Staff Supervisor

Community Institute for Psychotherapy

San Rafael, California

 

5/94-6/96   Consultant and Clinical Supervisor

Catholic Charities of Marin

San Rafael, California

 

11/92-95      Peer Utilization Reviewer

Foundation Health Plan

Rancho Cordova, California

 

9/87-6/90   Family Therapist

Adolescent Recovery Center

Marin General Hospital, Greenbrae, California

 

7/82-10/83            Clinical Staff

Family Service Agency, San Rafael, California

 

3/80-9/82   Offender Program Coordinator–Family Violence Project

San Francisco District Attorney, San Francisco, California

 

3/79-3/80   Crime Analyst

Planning and Research Bureau

San Francisco Police Department, San Francisco, California

 

Consultation

7/97-6/00   Consultant – Youth at Risk Project

Family Institute of Marin

San Rafael, California

 

10/93-95     MFCC Oral Examiner

Consultant – Central Testing Unit

Board of Behavioral Science Examiners

Sacramento, California

 

1982-1993  Psychiatry Service

Veterans Administration Hospital

San Francisco, California

 

7/86-9/86   Superior Court

Family Relations Division

State of Connecticut

Hartford, Connecticut

 

5/86-7/86   United States Marine Corps

Family Service Center

Camp Lajeune, North Carolina

 

9/83-7/85   Domestic Violence Treatment Program

Family Advocacy Program

Oak Knoll Naval Hospital

Oakland, California

 

Teaching/Supervision

3/94-3/95   Adjunct Faculty

Professional School of Psychology

San Francisco, California

 

1992-1994  Graduate Lecturer

Psychology Department

California State University, San Francisco

 

9/88-6/90   Intern Supervisor

Adolescent Recovery Program

Marin General Hospital

Greenbrae, CA.

 

1/86-6/86   Faculty Docent

Department of Psychology

Yale University

New Haven, Connecticut

 

9/84-1/85   Clinical Supervisor

Domestic Violence Project

Psychological Services Center

Berkeley, California

 

9/83-12/85 Adjunct Faculty

California School of Professional Psychology

Berkeley, California

 

3/83-4/85   Training Provider – California State Board of Corrections & POST

Training for Law Enforcement and Probation Officers

San Francisco, Alameda and Marin Counties

 

1977-            Conducted over 100 clinical trainings, seminars and workshops across the country and abroad on domestic violence for mental health professionals, armed forces personnel, medical professionals, criminal justice and social service service providers.

 

Other professional contributions

Contributor, Mental Help Net Blogs Relationship Matters – 2011

Board of Directors – California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists – 1998-2000.

Editor – Journal of Emotional Abuse – Hayworth Press, 1997-Present.

Special Consultant, Violence and Victims Journal – Springer Publishing Company New York, New York – 1985-Present

Series Editor, Focus on Men – Springer Publishing Company New York, New York – 1985-1995.

President, Board of Directors – Marin Chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists – 1990

Past-President, Board of Directors – Marin Chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists – 1991

Founder and Co-Coordinators of the Marin CAMFT Disaster Response Team – Marin Chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists – 1989-1991

Newsletter Editor – Marin Chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, 1987-1989, 1992

State Ethics Committee – California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists – 1989-1998

Board of Directors – California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists 1998-2000

Advisory Board – Domestic Violence Institute, Denver, Colorado – 1990-2000.

 

 

Special Testimony

Marin County Human Rights Commission, San Rafael, Ca., January 9, 10 & 11, 1979.

United States Attorney General’s Task Force on Family Violence, Sacramento, Ca., February 15, 16 & 17, 1984.

Senate Judiciary Committee-Police Response to Domestic Violence, Sacramento, Ca., April 10, 1984.

Alameda County Social Services Commission-Marriage License Funds for Shelters, April 26, 1984, Oakland CA

Connecticut Governor’s Task Force on Family Violence, New Haven Connecticut, October 8, 1985.

Expert Testimony in civil and criminal trials where domestic violence is an issue, 1979-present.

 

Memberships

California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

Marin Chapter – California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

 

Awards

Distinquished Clinical Member – California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, April 2000.

 

Clark Vincent Award for Literary Contribution to the field of Marriage and Family Therapy – California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, April 1989.

 

Software

Sonkin, Daniel J. (2002).  Domestic Violence Assessment. (Macintosh and Windows)

 

Books

Sonkin, Daniel J. and Durphy, Michael (1982; rev. 1985, 1989, 1997).  Learning to live without violence: A handbook for men.  San Francisco: Volcano Press.

Sonkin, Daniel J.; Martin, Del. and Walker, L.E. (1985). The male batterer: A treatment approach. New York: Springer Publishing.

Sonkin, Daniel J. (Ed.)(1987).  Domestic violence on trial: Psychological and legal dimensions of family violence.  New York: Springer Publishing.

Sonkin, Daniel J. (1992).  Wounded boys/heroic men: A man’s guide to recovering from childhood abuse. Stamford, CT: Long Meadow Press.

Sonkin, Daniel J. (1993). Stabilization program for stalkers: A manual for counselors. Denver, CO: Endolar Publications.

Sonkin, Daniel J. (1993). Stabilization program for stalkers: A workbook for men. Denver, CO: Endolar Publications.

Sonkin, Daniel J. (1996).  A counselors guide to Learning to Live Without Violence.  San Francisco: Volcano Press.

Sonkin, Daniel J. (1997).  Domestic violence: Perpetrator assessment manual.  Sausalito, CA: Daniel Sonkin, Ph.D.

Sonkin, Daniel J. (2000).  Domestic violence: The court mandated perpetrator assessment and treatment handbook.  Sausalito, CA: Daniel Sonkin, Ph.D.

Dutton, Don and Sonkin, Daniel (2003). Intimate Violence: Contemporary Treatment Innovations. New York: Haworth Trauma and Maltreatment Press.

 

Chapters and Articles

Sonkin, Daniel (2011).  Is This You Or Me That I Am Feeling? Emotional Contagion In Close Relationships. The Therapist, Vol 23, #2.

Sonkin, Daniel (2010).  Anger: Attachment and Neurobiological Perspectives.  The Therapist, Vol. 22 #6.

Sonkin, Daniel (2010).  She’s Leaving Home (Bye, Bye): Understanding Parent’s Reactions to the College Transition Through the Lens of Attachment Theory. The Therapist,Vol 22, #1.

Sonkin, Daniel (2009).  Angst in the Face of Economic Meltdown: Managing Your Anxiety When The Stress Won’t Go Away! The Therapist, Vol 21, #4.

Sonkin, Daniel (2007). Psychotherapy with attachment and the brain in mind. The Therapist. Vol 19, #1, pp. 64-70.

Sonkin, Daniel (2007). Domestic violence and attachment theory: Clinical applications to treatment with perpetrators. In Jackson, N.A. (ed), The Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence. New York: Taylor and Francis.

Sonkin,Daniel (2005). Psychotherapy and attachment theory. The Therapist. Vol 17, #1.

Sonkin, Daniel and Dutton, Don (2003).  Attachment theory and domestic violence.  In Dutton, Don and Sonkin, Daniel (ed). Intimate Violence: Contemporary Treatment Innovations.  New York: Haworth Publishing.

Sonkin, Daniel and Liebert, Douglas (2002).  The assessment of domestic violence. Journal of Trauma, Aggression and Maltreatment. Volume 6 Number 2, pp 3-36.

Sonkin, Daniel (1995). Anne Frank in Marin County.  San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal, Vol. 14, 2.

Sonkin, Daniel & Liebert, Douglas (1998).  Legal and ethical issues in the treatment of multiple victimization of children.  In B. Rossman, M. Rosenberg & R. Geffner (Eds.),Multiple victimization of children: Conceptual, developmental, research and treatment issues.

Rosenberg, M. & Sonkin, D. (1991). The prevention of child maltreatment in school aged children. In D. Willis, E. Holden, & M. Rosenberg (Eds..), The prevention of child maltreatment: Ecological and developmental perspectives. NY: Wiley.

Sonkin, D.J. & Dutton, D. (Eds..)(1988).  Special issue: The male batterer.  Violence and Victims, 3 (1).

Sonkin, D.J. (1988).  The male batterer: Clinical and research issues.  Violence and Victims, 3 (1).

Sonkin, Daniel J. (1987).  The assessment of court-mandated male batterers. In D. Sonkin (Ed.), Domestic violence on trial: Psychological and legal dimensions of family violence.  New York: Springer Publishing.

Sonkin, D. J. and Fazio, W. (Ed.)(1987).  Domestic violence expert testimony in the prosecution of male batterers.  In D. Sonkin (Ed.), Domestic violence on trial: Psychological and legal dimensions of family violence.  New York: Springer Publishing.

Sonkin, Daniel Jay & Ellison, Jean (1986).  The therapist’s duty to protect victims of domestic violence: Where we have been and where we are going.  Violence and Victims, 1(3).

Sonkin, Daniel Jay (1986).  Clairvoyant vs. common sense: Therapist’s duty to warn and protect.  Violence and Victims, 1(1).

Sonkin, Daniel Jay (1985).  The male batterer: An overview I.  The Military Family, 5(1), pp. 3-5.

Sonkin, Daniel Jay (1985).  The male batterer: An overview II.  The Military Family, 5(2), pp. 3-6

 

Professional Presentations (partial list)

2011 – Invited Speaker, California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, San Francisco, CA.

2011 –  Invited Speaker, California Council on Family Relations, San Diego, CA.

2010 –  NWADVTP  Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.

2010 –  Invited speaker, California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Annual Conference, San Jose, CA.

2009 – International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA.

2009 – California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Annual Conference, San Jose, CA.

2008 – California State University, Fullerton Conference on Domestic Violence

2007 – First Nordic International Conference on Domestic Violence, Oslo, Norway

2006 –  Alberta Conference on Domestic Violence, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada

2005 –  Central San Joaquin Chapter of CAMFT, Visalia, CA

2004 –  California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Annual Conference, San Jose, CA.

2003 – The International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA.

2001 – The International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA.

2000 – Utah Conference on Family Violence, Park City, Utah

2000 – Kansas Conference on Family Violence, Manhattan, Kasas

2000 – Marine Corp Conference on Family Violence, Parris Island, South Carolina.

1999 – The International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA.

1998 – 4th International Conference on Children Exposed to Family Violence, San Diego, CA.

1998 – Statewide conference for domestic violence providers. Yakima, Washington.

1997 – California Association of Batterer Intervention Programs.  Rohnert Park, CA.

1993 – Naval Family Advocacy Program’s Yearly Regional Conference. Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.

1990 – Montana Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. Missoula, Montana.

1987 – New Mexico Psychological Association Convention.  Albuquerque, New Mexico.

1987 – Naval Family Advocacy Program’s Yearly Regional Conference.  Orlando, Florida.

1987 – Naval Family Advocacy Program’s Yearly Regional Conference.  Naples, Italy.

1986 – Naval Family Advocacy Program’s Yearly Regional Conference.  Dunoon, Scotland.

1985 – American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles, California.

1984 – American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, Canada.

1984 – American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, Canada.

1984 – California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley, Ca.

1983 – American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Anaheim, Ca.

 

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