Dr. Ruzanna Ohanjanian is California licensed clinical psychologist with more than fifteen years of clinical experience in diagnosing and treating general mental health conditions, conducting diagnostic evaluations, consultations and providing psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families.
Dr. Ohanjanian received her Ph.D. in Child Psychology from the National Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia) and had completed her Post-Doctoral Studies in Clinical Psychology at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center. Her previous academic positions include Associate Professor of Psychology at the Yerevan State University and Clinic of Neurosis (Armenia). Her prior clinical and supervising engagements include positions at the Department of Mental Health of City and County of San Francisco, the Mid-Peninsula Family and Children Services (Palo Alto, San Jose) and the Outpatient Psychiatry Department (Mount Zion Hospital, UCSF Medical Center, San Francisco, CA).
Dr. Ohanjanian has served in various professional organizations as a member of the Multi-disciplinary Committee on Cultural Awareness, the Psychological Disaster Intervention Team, and as a member of FEI Behavioral Health Crisis Management Team. After the tragedy of 9-11, Dr. Ruzanna Ohanjanian was one of the Bay Area clinicians privileged to be providing assistance for a live hotline at the KGO TV Channel 7 studio.
American Psychological Association (APA)
International Crisis Intervention Team (FEI)
Armenian Medical Association of Bay Area, California (AHABA)
Santa Clara County, California Psychological Association SCCPA)
Honorable Doctor of Yerevan State University
Certificate of Appreciation Award - Alaska Airlines
Certificate of Appreciation - FEI Behavioral Health
Who is Who in Medicine and Healthcare USA 2006-2008