Redlands Psychological Services, Inc. (RPS) is a clinical practice in Redlands, California that offers a broad range of psychological services to address a wide variety of issues including but not limited to stress and anger management, depression, anxiety, panic, phobias, eating disorders, substance use, personality disorders, trauma and PTSD, women’s, men’s and GLBTI issues, faith-based matters, disorders of adolescence and childhood, challenging behaviors, psychotic spectrum disorders, grief and loss, performance enhancement, achievement of personal goals, and team dynamics improvement.
RPS works with clients to provide hope, encouragement, and strategies to begin the process of moving forward in healthy and meaningful ways. We are collaborative, supportive, encouraging, and compassionate. Our focus with each and every client is to develop an individualized, strengths-based approach to successfully address challenges and achieve goals.
"The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction, not a destination."
RPS is a state of the art, full service psychology clinic conveniently located near downtown Redlands. Our clinicians are dedicated, caring, and experienced and work from empirically validated and practice-based models of treatment. RPS' founders are:
ALLISON PATE, PhD, ABPP (CA License # PSY 17380)
Dr. Pate has over twenty years of experience providing services in mental health settings. She has worked as a staff psychologist for seven years and senior supervising psychologist for six years at a California state forensic mental health hospital. She received formal training in DBT in 2005-06, and in 2006 she completed a one year certification program in psychodynamic psychotherapy at the Psychoanalytic Center of California. She was treasurer of the California Psychological Association in 2005. In 2012, she achieved board certification in clinical psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology.
GLENN POTTS, MDiv, PhD, (CA License # PSY 23630)
Dr. Potts has over twenty-five years experience in counseling and mental health settings. He managed an adolescent faith-based services program for eleven years and more recently has worked for five years in two state forensic mental health hospitals. For two of those five years, he worked as a supervising psychologist as a team leader of a Positive Behavioral Support program. He was the Central Coast Psychological Association president for three years (2007-2010) and is an active member of the Inland Psychological Association serving as their website development chair.
*The American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) is the primary organization for specialty board certification in psychology. It increases consumer protection and provides oversight for psychologists by determining whether a candidate meets criteria for board certification in approved specialty areas in professional psychology. Board certification, which is the awarding of a diploma in a specialty area, assures the public that specialists designated by the ABPP have successfully completed the educational, training, and experience requirements of the specialty, including an examination designed to assess the competencies required to provide quality services in that specialty. For more information, please see www.ABPP.org.