Esmeralda Zamudio, Psy.D.
Fluent in Spanish
Esmeralda completed her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Alliant International University-CSPP where she was a part of the Social Justice Track, and wrote her dissertation on the Mental Health of Undocumented Latinx College Students. She holds a certificate in Latino Family Therapy from Mexico City-Alliant campus, and recently completed her pre- and post-doctoral residency at UC Davis Student Health and Counseling Center where she Specialized in AB540 & Undocumented Students. Esmeralda is also a part of the California Psychological Association’s Immigration Task Force Committee and is interested in working with, Latinx, immigrant, undocumented, LGBT+, first generation college students, children, young adults, and adult mental health. She has a background in working in forensic behavioral health, school-based counseling, and community mental health. Esmeralda provides individual psychotherapy, and psychological evaluations for immigration.
Esmeralda is a San Francisco native with immigrant parents who grew up in the predominantly Spanish speaking neighborhood of the Mission District. She earned her B.A. degree in Psychology from San Francisco State University and grounds her practice in the ancestral healing connection of mind, body, and spirit.