Frank joined CAPS in February 2010. He received a Master of Social Welfare (MSW) degree at the University of California, Berkeley and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology through the University of Colorado at Boulder. He has worked in a variety of settings including community mental health, non-profit organizations, and national mental health advocacy settings. Experiences have included work with the development and implementation of training for mental health professionals working with Asian American/Pacific Islander populations, paraprofessional training, and have been certified as a trainer for Mental Health Interpreter training. Areas of interest include multicultural counseling and services, community-based mental health services, community psychology, stress and anxiety, diversity training, and blended/integrative (health and behavioral health) care.
Personal interests include family and cats, following sports (including his son who plays baseball), martial arts, and dabbling in drawing and painting.
Baker Residence Hall
Baker RAP (Natural Sciences and the Environment)
Student Academic Success Center
Training Team (CAPS)
Diversity Committee (CAPS)
Student Affairs Assistant Directors Meeting
Pan-Asian Faculty and Staff Association
Chancellor’s Committee on Race and Ethnicity (CCORE)
Tai Chi & Health Group
Peer Mentorship Training
Multicultural counseling, stress and anxiety, community psychology, integrated care, diversity training.