Hayes, Lisa Arieta
Lecturer AY-B, School of Social Work
Additional Contact Information
- Doctorate in International and Multicultural Education, Education
Univ Of San Francisco, United States, 2002
- Master of Social Work.
San Jose St Univ, 1986
Licenses & Certificates
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker
California Board of Behavioral Sciences, United States, 1990
Lisa Arieta-Hayes, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW,1990) and earned both a Bachelors (BSW, 1983) and Master in Social Work (MSW, 1996) degrees and a Doctor of Education degree (Ed.D, 2002). Dr. Arieta-Hayes attended San Jose State University and the University of San Francisco where she completed her dissertation on the Experience of Latina Teens in the Criminal Justice System. Her professional experience has been vast, from providing direct services in out-patient clinics, group homes, residential care and hospital based treatment facilities, to over 16 years as an educator with the School of Social Work at San Jose State University. Currently, Dr. Arieta-Hayes is the Clinical Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Kaiser San Jose. Dr. Arieta-Hayes is a member of the Latino Social Workers Network, National Association of Social Workers and California Teacher's Association. She is a Group Home Administrator, Certified Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Trainer and a Certified ProAct Trainer and has taught hundreds of training courses and presented at numerous local, state and national conferences. In addition, she is a trainer for the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (O.J.J.D.P.) and has provided training for city, county and state organizations. In 2007, her professional expertise led her to be included in the Who’s Who in Executive Non-Profit Management.