Dr. Charmaine Radellant is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who practices clinical psychology in Fresno, CA. She began her career as a Peer Mentoring Counselor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, where she later earned a Masters Degree in Forensic Psychology.
Dr. Radellant relocated to Fresno, CA, where she continued her graduate studies at California School of Professional Psychology. She earned a Doctorate in Psychology or Psy.D., from Alliant International University. Dr. Radellant successfully completed an America Psychological Association accredited Doctoral Internship with the State Center Community College District, at Fresno City College.
Upon earning her Psy.D., Dr. Radellant completed her Post-Doctoral training with The California Department of Correction and Rehabilitation from 2003 until 2006. She continued her career by providing mental health services to children in the Fresno County Foster Care System. Most recently, Dr. Radellant treated sexual offenders with the California Department of Mental Health.
In 2010, Dr. Radellant founded Fresno Mental Health Services, a private agency focused on providing psychological services to residents in the Fresno area. Fresno Mental Health Services is centrally located for residents of Fresno, Clovis, Madera, and other surrounding communities of the Central Valley.
Dr. Radellant has a pleasant demeanor, a strict committment to upholding the ethics code and the guidelines that governs the field of psychology. She has a keen insight into helping clients resolve their personal conflicts. She has a rapidly growing practice, and she is quickly gaining respect and a strong reputation as one of the most sought after psychologist by clients in the Fresno community.
In her private time, Dr. Radellant enjoys hiking, gardening, exercising, home remodeling, and spending quality time with family and friends. Dr. Radellant hosts a monthly film documentary series with the goal of informing and enlightening her audiences regarding social and health-related issues that impact their lives.
In addition, Dr. Radellant is actively involved in her community. She has participated as a committee member with Volunteers for Change-Fresno, a progressive local community organization committed to serving the social and political needs of the Central Valley.