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Jamie Rotnofsky, Ph.D., C.R.C., QME, C.P.

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Dr Jamie Rotnofsky is a psychologist in private practice providing clinical supervision and training in Santa Barbara, California. In addition she is a national consultant/educator for Crisis Service and Health Care and facilitates a Free National Phone Support Network for Caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer?s of dementia related illness.

She earned her Doctorate degree in clinical psychology from the Union Institute and two master?s degrees from Columbia University, an M. A. in organizational psychology and a M. ED in psychological counseling. She is the Executive Director of The Glendon Association, Violence & Suicide Prevention Alliance & is an Adjunct professor for Antioch Universities Graduate program. Prior to her position with Glendon she was the Manager of Crisis Services for the County of Santa Barbara, Alcohol and Drug Services and was instrumental in developing a new Crisis Services. .

Prior to relocating to California she resides in New York working for 18 years @ Staten Island University Hospital as a Rehabilitation Psychologist and was actively involved during 9/11 volunteering for the American Red Cross and holding free support groups called "Survivors Hope" and held a woman?s Conference entitled "Inspirational Connections".

Dr Rotnofsky is a very active volunteer and works with the American Red Cross, Serves on the Woman?s Commission in Santa Barbara and serves as a volunteer psychologist with the Crisis Negotiation Response Team for the Santa Barbara Police Department.


3463 State Street
Suite 156
Santa Barbara, CA 93105
Office Phone: (800) 927-7930


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