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Dr. Christine Garcia

For more than 15 years, Dr. Christine Garcia has worked as a clinical psychologist in counseling centers at Rutgers University, Vassar College, and Princeton University specializing in trauma, cultural competency, and chronic mental illness. Her clinical experience has included extensive work with survivors of sexual trauma including foster children, military veterans, and individuals and families with intergenerational histories of abuse.

Dr. Garcia currently serves as Associate Director of the Young Adult and Family Center (YAFC) at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Department of Psychiatry. She also directs and is a curriculum developer and instructor within the YAFC’s telemedicine program, Next Mission, which delivers online courses on post-traumatic growth and resiliency to active duty military and returning veterans.

While at Princeton University, she taught cultural competency to post-doctoral fellows in the post-doctoral fellowship program. She was also an active member of the Cultural Competency Reading Group, and led outreach initiatives geared towards second-generation students, Asian/Asian-American students, and staff and students coping with trauma histories.

Dr. Garcia also serves as faculty and subject matter expert for the National Center for Campus Public Safety, where she teaches on the subjects of the neurobiology of trauma and institutional support and self-care. Dr. Garcia consults with campuses across the country on integrating an understanding of trauma within sexual violence investigations.

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