I received my PhD in clinical psychology from Pacific Graduate School of Psychology. As Vice President and Professor of Clinical Psychology at Palo Alto University I created and have directed the Office of Professional Advising and Development since 2007. My career as clinician and training director in public mental health, in non-profit and academic program development, leadership, advocacy, mentorship and teaching inform my commitment to international psychology. My views on international psychology are shaped by a lifetime of world travel; participation in the 2013 5th International Congress on Licensing, Certification & Credentialing of Psychologists, Stockholm; and Programa Científico HOMINIS 2016 in Cuba with APA. I have dedicated my career to finding constructive solutions to challenges in professional psychology, such as the internship crisis. I’ve played a role in creating the California Psychology Internship Council, Bay Area Practicum Information Collaborative, and increasing APA accredited public mental health internships in California.