Working from his private practice in Aliso Viejo, Barry Slone, Ph.D. has provided patients with the highest level of psychological care for more than three decades. A graduate of the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Dr. Barry Slone specializes in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), a method that combines education, problem solving, and skill development to confront behavioral issues.

As a doctoral candidate, Dr. Barry Slone gained significant experience at several medical centers, including Professional Counseling Services, the Jewish Family Service of San Diego, and Catholic Community Services of San Diego. Before establishing his Aliso Viejo practice in 1985, Dr. Barry Slone served as a Clinical Psychologist at Southwestern Medical Group in Laguna Hills, where he was responsible for the implementation of several behavioral medicine programs. Dr. Barry Slone also conducted psycho-diagnostic assessments, performed medical consultations, and endeavored to educate his local community. Committed to helping citizens in need throughout Southern California, Dr. Barry Slone volunteers his skills as a psychologist to juveniles in the Orange County Probation Department and aids those struggling with addiction through Celebrate Recovery. In support of underserved populations around the country, Dr. Barry Slone provides considerable support for the National Charity League.

Barry Slone, Ph.D. is licensed in clinical psychology and marriage, family, and child counseling. For more than two decades, Dr. Slone taught graduate-level courses and supervised clinical internships through the California State University in Fullerton. Formerly, Dr. Barry Slone instructed psychology students in the San Diego Community College District, the San Diego Regional Law Enforcement Academy, Arizona State University, and the Maricopa County Community College District in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Slone has observed, by the time we reach early adulthood, we have lived an imperfect life. No one escapes challenge, mistakes, struggle, or disappointment. By the time we reach the middle of our lives, few have escaped trauma or tragedy. We come to understand that life can be unfair and, at times, cruel. We come to understand that life does not always turn out the way we expected or planned. We come to understand that life can change dramatically in the blink of an eye. Maneuvering life's shoal tests our faith, values, intellect, and internal resources to successfully manage the setbacks and adversity forced upon us. For 25 years Dr. Barry Slone has been helping people not only survive, but thrive, despite unbearable hardships; to experience recovery, resilience, mastery, and success. Dr. Slone creates a therapeutic environment that will support individuals through the struggle and challenge they face. Dr. Slone offers compassion, concrete assistance, and critical emotional support. Member: American Psychological Association California Psychological Association Orange County Psychological Association Board Certified, Founding Fellow; College of Advanced Practice Psychologists Academy of Medical Psychology National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology Holding a strong belief in giving back to his community, Dr. Slone is a member and provider with "Give an Hour," a nonprofit organization whose goal is to build a national network of mental health professionals to reach out to the U.S. troops and families affected by the current military conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. Dr. Slone is also a provider for Military One Source, an initiative offering service members and their families an avenue for dealing with personal life issues in the context of a confidential relationship with a mental health professional outside of the military sphere.

Dr. Barry Slone works with the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board, through its Victim of Crimes Program, providing low- or no-cost psychological service to victims of violent crimes and their families. Dr. Slone treats incarcerated and at-risk youth and their families through the Orange County Juvenile Probation Department. Dr. Slone accepts most insurance plans and offers a sliding fee schedule for individuals and families with financial need. In addition to being licensed by the State of California as a clinical psychologist, Dr. Slone is also licensed as a marriage, family, and child therapist. The California Department of Consumer Affairs has requested Dr. Slone serve as an oral examiner for candidates sitting for licensure as psychologists in the State of California.

Work experience

Work experience
1985 - Present


Barry W. Slone, Ph.D.