Celia Jaes Falicov, Ph.D., is a leading clinical scholar and trainer in the field of family therapy, at the forefront in addressing cultural aspects of mental health treatment and therapy with immigrant and Latino families. A licensed Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Falicov is Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health, University of California, San Diego, where she provides leadership of mental health services at the Baker Student Run Free Clinic. Her community-based work addresses the mental health care needs of underserved families, facilitates empowerment groups for Latino parents, and provides clinical training to integrate issues of migration and culture change in health and mental health risks and strengths in psychotherapy practice. Additionally, a Visiting Professor and Clinical Research Consultant, Cambridge Health Alliance and Health Disparities Unit, Harvard Medical School (2014–2015), she continues ongoing research collaboration.
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