Dedicated Faculty Mentors

School of Behavioral Sciences Faculty

The faculty mentors in CalSouthern’s School of Behavioral Sciences are skilled and experienced clinicians as well as dedicated, responsive and highly credentialed educators.

They will be there for you—via phone, email or Skype—to answer any questions you may have and to help you master the course material. And, equally important, they will help you take the concepts you learn and apply them to resolve challenges commonly faced in clinical practice today.

CalSouthern’s faculty mentors are positive, encouraging and supportive—and entirely dedicated to your academic and professional success.


Enid Richey, MS

Faculty Mentor, Behavioral Sciences

Areas of Interest and Expertise
Substance abuse, trauma, anxiety and mood disorders, mindfulness-based cognitive therapies

Enid Richey is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, as well a founding member of the faculty at CalSouthern. She has been licensed and in private practice in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, since 1986. Enid is certified by the American Psychological Association College of Professional Studies and by the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors in the treatment of psychoactive substance abuse disorders. She also is qualified by the Department of Transportation as a Substance Abuse Professional. In addition, she holds certifications from the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and by the National Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists.

A lover of animals, Enid has been extensively involved since 2001 with the rescue, rehabilitation, and placement of lost and abandoned Golden Retrievers and Labrador Retrievers in Southern California.

Educational Background

MS Counseling, California State University, Fullerton; BA Art, City University of New York

Courses Taught
  • MFT 86504 - Ethical Issues in Marriage, Family and Child Therapy
  • PSY 86502 - Counseling Theories and Strategies
  • PSY 86505 - Theories of Human Development and Functioning
  • PSY 86506 - Psychopathology


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