Sal Nunez

Photo of Sal Nunez Department Health Education Department 
 Office Multi-Use Building 305
 Phone (415) 452-7387
 Mailbox Mu353
 E-Mail snunez@ccsf.edu
 Spring 2013 
 Office Hours
 
Spring 2013 Teaching Schedule
HLTH 91D Recovery Model in Mental Hlth 1.0 34542 001 Lec SAT 09:10-05:00PM 03/01-03/15 MUB A357 Deadlines Final Book
Class meets on 3/1/14 & 3/15/14 ONLY.
HLTH 103 Community and Group Forums 3.0 34544 G01 Lec R 05:10-08:00PM MUB A357 Deadlines Final Book WAIT LIST

Ph.D. Clinical Psychology; M.S. Mental Health Counseling; B.A. Humanities, Psychology, Music

Dr. Nunez has been teaching at CCSF since 2000

Membership: American Psychological Association, California Board of Behavioral Sciences Publication, California Board of Psychology: Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Licensed Marriage Family Therapist.

Dr. Nunez has been researching the effects of repetitive drumming patterns on behavioral health, trauma, and recovery. He continues investigated the historical context and medicinal properties of specific drumming patterns and over the past 13 years has developed a therapeutic practice that integrates indigenous medicine, conventional psychology, and ceremonial principles. The drumming praxis he developed has been accepted as a community defined evidence model by SAMHSA and listed in the national directory of the Network to Eliminate Disparities in Behavioral Health.

Director, Community Mental Health Certificate Program (www.ccsf.edu/cmhw) at the Health Education Department of CCSF, Funded by the San Francisco Department of Public Health, Mental Health Services Act.

Effects of drumming on anxiety in Latino male youth (2005). Drumming styles and facilitators (2008), www.healthydrumming.org. Co-author Chapter 14, Stress management and self-care in, Foundations of Community Health Workers, (2009), Berthold, Miller, Avila-Esparza Eds. Jossey- Bass

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