Greg Stanford, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist. Dr. Stanford received his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from California School of Professional Psychology in Alhambra, California, an APA accredited clinical psychology doctoral program. Dr. Stanford specializes in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, and substance use disorders. He has subspecialties in the treatment of grief and loss, life transitions, and LGBTIQ issues.
During his post-doctoral internship, Dr. Stanford managed a team of clinicians treating recently housed, previously homeless adults at Ocean Park Community Center. He is experienced in crisis intervention, improving activities of daily living (ADLs), developing and conducting trainings relevant to treating severely mentally ill adults, and providing linkage to local resources. Dr. Stanford utilizes desensitization and exposure techniques, helping individuals gain the tools necessary to adapt effectively to their environment.
Dr. Stanford previously practiced at the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center. He performed intensive crisis counseling, couples therapy, group therapy, and long-term individual therapy. Dr. Stanford has also given lectures and training in sexual diversity at community mental health centers and rehabilitation facilities.