- M.A., Counseling Psychology, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Jane is an Adjunct Faculty member at Pacifica Graduate Institute where she teaches in the Counseling Psychology Program. Courses taught include Career Development, Human Sexuality, Psychological Assessment, and Psychopharmacology. Ms. Castillón has guest lectured at Pacifica and Antioch University for special programs emphasizing multicultural awareness and supervision. She is originally from San Diego and has over a decade of experience helping others succeed in their personal, educational, and professional pursuits. Jane is also employed fulltime as a Disabilities Specialist at UC Santa Barbara where her caseload consists of college age students affected by mental health conditions that rise to the level of disability. Jane is familiar with the University of California system having graduated from UC Irvine with B.A.s in Spanish as well as in Psychology and Social Behavior. In addition, she has worked at UCLA, UCSD, and UC Irvine. After working for a few years as a researcher on two NIMH sponsored grants supporting the Human Genome Project, she earned her M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, and completed a pre-doctoral internship at Counseling Services at UC Santa Barbara. Ms. Castillón is a doctoral candidate in Counseling Psychology at Southern Illinois University. Ms. Castillón resides in Santa Barbara with her family. In her free time, Jane enjoys running, painting, and cheering for the S.D. Chargers.