Leticia is a third-year Ph.D. student in the Counseling Psychology program at the University of Missouri. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Women and Gender Studies in 2013 from the University of Colorado-Boulder (CU). As a student at CU, she was involved in research that examined the development of internalizing symptoms, substance use disorders, and women’s mental health. After receiving her Bachelor’s degree, she went on to work as Project Coordinator for the Neurodevelopmental Research Program at the University of Denver where she was involved in research that investigated pregnancy and child development. Leticia has worked as a practicum student at the Integrative Behavioral Health Clinic and has served clients with a variety of mental health concerns. Her clinical interests include mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, and trauma. Leticia takes an integrative approach to therapy, pulling from person-centered, psychodynamic, and cognitive-behavioral orientations. Leticia enjoys spending time with her partner and family, her dog, and getting outside.