Kelley Bryan Gin is a clinical psychologist and marriage and family therapist.
He earned his BA with honors in interdisciplinary studies (English Literature, with a writing emphasis and Psychology) from Dominican University in San Rafael, California in 1994. He obtained his MA in psychology from the San Francisco School of Psychology in 1997. He earned his Doctor of Psychology degree from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, California in 2003. He completed his pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship at WestCoast Children’s Clinic. He has worked in child, adolescent, and family community mental health, juvenile justice settings, and in residential treatment for adolescents.
Currently, he is the Chief of Clinical Programs at WestCoast Children’s Clinic in Oakland, California. Previously, he was core faculty in the graduate counseling psychology program at Holy Names University, also in Oakland. He has served on the board of the Alameda County Psychological Association as President and is currently Ethics Chair.
His professional interests include psychological trauma, child and family psychology, severe emotional illness in children and teens, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and the role of psychological care in contemporary healthcare and improving equity in and access to psychological services.