- Los Angeles
- Clinical Psychology
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Dr. Guy Balice earned a Bachelor of Arts Cum Laude from the University of California, Irvine in Psychology, and holds a Master's of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling Psychology from UCLA, with Minors in Statistics and Clinical Psychology. Dr. Balice was a Post-Doctoral Fellow with the UCLA School of Medicine, where he focused on research in stress and functional bowel disorders. For the last 22 years, he has taught in Clinical, Counseling, and Educational Psychology, mainly in his specialty areas of advanced and multivariate statistics and research methods, and also taught elementary statistics with undergraduates for 5 years. Dr. Balice currently leads a research group studying issues related to domestic violence, stress, trauma, and anxiety disorders. He also has a passion for multicultural issues and diversity, as well as discussing, reading, and studying philosophical psychology. He has worked as a psychotherapist with a variety of populations, including children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Balice is a licensed psychologist who has currently focused his clinical interests toward teaching and mentoring, where he supervises Psychological Assistants and MFT Interns/Trainees. He is a member of APA Division 5 Quantitative and Qualitative Methods, as well as Division 26 Society for the History of Psychology.
- Education History
Degree Institution B.A University of California, Irvine M.A. University of California, Los Angeles Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles
- Professional Memberships
Role Organization Member American Psychological Association Member UCLA Alumni Association Member UCLA Education Alumni Association Member APA Division 5 Quantitative and Qualitative Methods Member APA Division 26 Society for the History of Psychology
Licensed Psychologist, PSY 22638, California
- Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise Research Design/Methodology Statistics Therapeutic/Theoretical Orientation Psychoanalysis
Title Location Date Keats, L, Sitzer, D, & Balice, G. The relationship between social cognition, neurocognition, and symptomatology on social skill capacity among inpatients with schizophrenia-spectrum disorders. Austin, TX 2015 Balice, G., Behar, M., Abughazaleh, T., Scheneman, K.A., Belur, A., & Baer, S. (September, 2018). Infidelity: A Predictor of Domestic Violence. Poster Presented at 23rd Annual Summit on Violence, Abuse & Trauma Across the Lifespan. San Diego, CA (IVAT).Sitzer, D, & Balice, G.Stigma of Help-Seeking for the Effects of Domestic Violence in Middle Eastern Women. San Diego, CA 2018 Uhrich, L., Negin, L, & Balice, G. (August, 2018). Prevention of Anorexia in the Jewish Community. Poster Presented at the American Psychological Association Conference, Division 27. The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles. San Francisco, CA 2018 Belur, A., Balice, G., Aquino, S., Baer, S., Flitter, J., & Scheneman, K. (July, 2018). #MeToo: Now What? Exploring the Factors and Impact of Self-Disclosure of Sexual Assault in a Public Domain. Poster presented at Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling (PCE 2018). Austria 2018 Flitter J. & Balice, G. Navigating Countertransference and Projective Identification. Los Angeles, CA 6/2014 Balice, G., Baig, A., Dirubbo, C., Kohlman, S., Skale, K., & Thomas, J. Domestic Violence: A Legal, Social, & Cultural Perspective. Los Angeles, CA 10/2011
Balice, G., Raeen, H., Liu, C., FitzGerald, L., Lembo, T. Naliboff, B, Mayer, E.A. Effect of a short term cognitive behavioral group intervention on symptoms and quality of life (QOL) in patients with functional bowel disorders (FBD) (1998).Gastroenterology, 114, 716.
Naliboff, B.,Balice, G., Mayer, E.A. (1998). Psychosocial moderators of quality of life in irritable bowel syndrome.European Journal of Surgery, Sup. 583.
Kohlman S., Baig A., Balice G., DiRubbo C., Placencia, L., Skale, K., Thomas, J., Flitter, J., Mirzad, F., Moeckler, H. & Aquino, S. (2014). Contribution of Media to the Normalization and Perpetuation of Domestic Violence.. Austin Journal of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, 1 (4), 6.
- Professional Skills
Elementary, Advanced, and Multivariate Statistics Research Methods (Quantitative) Clinical Supervision Psychodynamic Psychotherapy