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Dr. López has been working with the college student population for much of her work history, primarily in California and several years in New York. Dr. López serves on various UC Davis campus committees that help to promote the enrichment of student life and health and wellness.
How I Work With Students: I view the counseling process as a collaborative relationship in which ideas, perspectives and opinions are exchanged in a supportive, non-judgmental space. In my work with students I operate from a holistic framework that utilizes a variety of approaches and techniques that are tailored to meet the needs of each student. I tend to work from an Integrative theoretical orientation that is grounded in a psychodynamic conceptual base, with use of cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and multicultural theory and techniques.
Professional Interests: Professional Interests: Multicultural training and supervision, biracial identity, single mothers in college, peer counselor training, first generation college students, Chicana/o Latina/o mental health, and spirituality.
More Information: More Information: I provide educational, supportive counseling to students, consultation for students, faculty, and staff, and psycho-educational workshops. Some workshop topics include: CAN program, Stress Management, Dealing with Distressed or Distressing Students, Values Clarification, Self-esteem and assertiveness skill building, Goal Setting, and Transition to College.
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