Dr. Zvi Bellin, LPCC, NCCAssistant Professor College of Psychology and Holistic Studies
Dr. Bellin is an Assistant Professor of Holistic Counseling Psychology. He is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor specializing in meaning-centered psychotherapy, infused with narrative and mindfulness therapies. His recent publications include articles about post-conventional faith, and the relationship between mindfulness practice and meaning in life. Dr. Bellin is a committed practitioner of mindfulness and leads therapeutically-oriented mindfulness retreats. Additionally, he was a principle researcher on a grant-funded program to improve LGBTQI2-S competency for Alameda County behavioral health providers.
Dr. Bellin is a member of the American Counseling Association, the Association of Humanistic Counseling, and the California Association for Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors and a member of the Transition Committee for the International Network for Personal Meaning.
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