Anatasia S Kim

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Anatasia S. Kim, PhD, is tenured associate professor at The Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA. She received her BA in psychology from UC Berkeley, and her PhD in clinical psychology from UCLA. She is a National Ronald McNair Scholar and the recipient of number of awards, including an American Psychological Association Minority Fellowship, Okura Mental Health Fellowship, and APAGS Guardian of Psychology Award. In addition to teaching, she has a private practice in Berkeley, CA, specializing in treating adolescents/young adults with anxiety disorders, depression, and neurocognitive deficits using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). In recent years, she served as president of the Alameda County Psychological Association, chair of the California Psychological Association Immigration Task Force, and diversity delegate of the California Psychological Association. She has presented and published in the areas of cultural competence and training, pipeline for historically underrepresented students, immigration,advocacy and leadership, and women of color in academia.

Alicia del Prado, PhD, is tenured associate professor in the clinical psychology doctoral program at The Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA. del Prado is also a licensed counseling psychologist and has a private practice in Danville, CA. She has published numerous journal articles and chapters on cross-cultural psychology, personality, acculturation, and ethnic identity, including the first enculturation scale for Filipino Americans. Due to her expertise in these areas, del Prado also provides consultation and trainings on multicultural issues to companies and colleges. del Prado ischair and co-founder of the Asian American Psychology Associations (AAPA) Division on Asian Americans with Multiple Heritages, former co-chair of the Asian American Psychology AssociationsDivision on Filipino Americans, and past chair of the Womens Issues Committee for the National Council of Schools and Programs in Professional Psychology. In 2017, del Prado was awarded two leadership awards:the Alameda County Psychological Associations Janet Hurwich Award and the AAPA Okura Community Leadership Award.

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