Associate Dean and Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP), Dr. Robert deMayo was given the awarded for Distinguished Service to the Division of Education and Training for the California Psychological Association (CPA).
At the 2012 CPA Annual Convention, held April 19-22 in Monterey, California, Robert deMayo, Ph.D., ABPP, received a Distinguished Service award from the Division II, Training and Education Division of the California Psychological Association. Dr. deMayo received the award for his continued involvement and efforts in the training and education of mental health professionals as well as for his commitment to the advancement of psychology and psychological services.
Dr. deMayo is a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology. He is past chair of Division II, Education and Training of the California Psychological Association, a past president of the Los Angeles Society of Clinical Psychologists, and he received the award for Distinguished Contribution to the Profession of Psychology from the California Psychological Association in 2006. Dr. deMayo has extensive experience in teaching and supervision, and prior to joining the faculty at Pepperdine, received the Shepherd Ivory Franz Distinguished Teaching Award from the UCLA Psychology Department. Dr. deMayo has research interests in the area of professional practice issues. He is a licensed psychologist and remains active in clinical practice. He is also currently a candidate for President of the California Psychological Association.