Focus Psychological Services was established in 1984 in recognition of the unique psychological and emotional demands placed on public safety personnel. Public safety includes workers within law enforcement and fire / rescue organizations.
A public safety career makes demands on personnel and their families, effecting health and well being.
Focus Psychological Services provides confidential counseling and critical incident debriefing to public safety personnel and their families.
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Focus Psychological Services offers confidential counseling services for a wide range of life problems.
Focus Psychological Services provides additional services to Public Safety organizations.
Critical incident interventions assist in the healing and recovery from exposure to a psychologically traumatizing event. Critical incident interventions prevent delayed stress reactions, which may appear weeks, months, or even years after the incident.Read More...
Chf. Psychologist, Dr. Jolee Brunton, founded Focus in 1984 to provide clinical services to public safety personnel in the San Diego area.
Mark Foreman, Psy.D (PSB94020094) is a psychological assistant under the supervision of Chief Psychologist, Dr. Jolee Brunton.
Mark W. Marvin, Ph.D. (PSY11800) has been with Focus Psychological Services since 1988.
Dr. Lourdes Perez-Williams has worked with SDPD officers, their families and children since 1990
Lisa Bertelli, MFT has been a marriage family counselor at FOCUS since 2010.
Jeffery E. Oostyen, Psy.D. (PSY26998) is a California Licensed Clinical Psychologist.
Jescelle Tiongco, Psy.D. (PSB94021755) is a registered psychological assistant under supervision of Chief Psychologist, Jolee Brunton, Ph.D.(PSY7958)
David Bond, Psy.D. (PSB94022775) is a registered psychological assistant under supervision of Chief Psychologist, Jolee Brunton, Ph.D.(PSY7958)
Briana Brasel, LMFT, MS is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist.
Marley Lieberman, MFTI : is a Marriage and Family Therapy Intern IMF 89757 supervised by Focus’s chief psychologist Dr. Jolee Brunton