BHC Alhambra Hospital
A CAPIC Training Site
4619 North Rosemead Blvd.
Rosemead, CA 91770
BHC Alhambra Hospital Doctoral Psychology
Training Program is a member of California Psychology Internship
Council (CAPIC). We offer full time internship positions through
the CAPIC website. We also offer doctoral psychology practicum
training as well as training for MFT interns.
NATURE OF HOSPITAL AND POPULATION
BHC Alhambra Hospital is a private, for-profit
psychiatric hospital offering both inpatient and outpatient
services. The inpatient services include four distinct programs;
Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult, and Assessment & Referral.
The adult unit provides rapid stabilization, brief treatment models
for acute psychiatric disorders as well as dual diagnosis
(psychiatric and chemical dependency). The Adolescent and Pediatric
units offer rapid stabilization, brief treatment for acute
psychiatric disorders as well as dual diagnosis services. The
inpatient programs are locked and the hospital is a 5150 designated
facility in the County of Los Angeles.
The Assessment & Referral office provides
telephone and face-to-face crisis evaluation for inpatient
treatment, psychosocial evaluations, individual follow-up while
patient is hospitalized and other duties related admission and
Partial Hospitalization and Intensive
Outpatient Treatment Programs are designed to address the
psychiatric and dual diagnosis needs of adults who require
additional day treatment in a less acute environment as inpatient.
The program focuses on maintaining, stabilizing, and preventing
relapse of psychiatric disorders and chemical dependency.
Dr. Joseph Dadourian is the Director of
Psychology and Clinical Training. He is a licensed Psychologist as
well as a licensed Marriage Family Therapist and Clinical Social
Worker, with special interest in the impact of trauma and stress on
human functioning. He has extensive experience in Violence
Prevention & Threat Assessment and Crisis Management
particularly with designing and implementing Critical Incident
Stress Management Services, Grief Response Interventions &
Psychological First Aid/ Resiliency for a variety of traumatic
events from workplace violence to downsizing to death in the
For the full time doctoral psychology
internship apply through CAPIC (www.capic.net). For doctoral practicum
students and MFT interns email JDadourian@gmail.com with C.V.
and note of interest, (When sending C.V. as an attachment please
label it with your last name, CV, Graduate Program, BYU, for
example SmithCVBYU.doc.) A Master’s Degree in psychology, social
work, counseling or related field is preferable for this
Please email Dr. Dadourian with all questions
related to the internship program at JDadourian@gmail.com