Lolita Domingue, MS, LMFT
1150 N. Mountain Ave.
Upland, CA, US
Lolita Domingue, MS, LMFT, received her Masters in Science from the University of La Verne in 1993 and performed internships at the University of La Verne Counseling Center, Claremont Unified School District, American Institute of Family Counseling in Tustin, California, Your Authority in Chino, Fred C. Nelles Youth Training School and the Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic. In December 1996 she received her Marriage, Family and Child Counseling license and worked as a mental health consultant for the Foundation for Early Childhood Education, Head Start Preschools.
Ms. Domingue has worked as a full-time program therapist and coordinator at the Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic in the Early Intervention Day Treatment Program with severely emotionally disturbed children ages 5 years and under. Since 1998 Ms. Domingue has been in private practice, has served as adjunct faculty in the Behavioral Science Department of Loma Linda University and in the Behavioral Sciences Department of the University of La Verne. She also provides clinical supervision to counselors and therapists in training at the Loma Linda University Behavioral Health Institute, Catholic Charities of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties and since 2011 to Child Social Workers for the County of San Bernardino Children and Family Services
Ms. Domingues is currently a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapist as well as The Emotional Transformation Therapy International Association. She has presented numerous workshops and trainings to mental health professionals on child and play therapy, working with the African-American community, Emotional Transformation Therapy (ETT®) and has spent the last three years focused on the effort to become a more proficient ETT Therapist.