Elida Bautista, PhD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||1001 Potrero Ave|
San Francisco CA 94110
|Claremont McKenna College||BA||Psychology & Chicano Studies|
|University of Michigan||PhD||Clinical Psychology|
|UCSF||Postdoctoral training||SFGH Child and Adolescent Services|
Dr. Élida M. Bautista earned her B.A. in Psychology and Chicano Studies from Claremont McKenna College. She earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Michigan. In addition, she received a one-year Dissertation Fellowship from the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she taught psychology in the Chicano Studies Department.
Her research, teaching, and clinical work have focused on multicultural mental health issues, primarily with underserved populations presenting with chronic trauma. Dr. Bautista completed her post-doctoral training at UCSF/SFGH Child and Adolescent Services, where she specialized in working with Spanish-Speaking Latino clients, primarily victims of crime.
Dr. Bautista served as the Director of Clinical Training of Child and Adolescent Services in the Department of Psychiatry at UCSF, San Francisco General Hospital for 10 years. Due to her program development and contributions to teaching and supervision, the internship program successfully attained initial American Psychological Association accreditation, and maximum reaccreditation. She is currently providing trauma-informed consultation and training for schools participating in Mission Promise Neighborhoods through UCSF HEARTS. In addition, Dr. Bautista developed and launched the Diversity and Inclusion Staff Certificate program through the UCSF Office of Diversity and Outreach (ODO), and is leading the ODO's Unconscious Bias training efforts.
Children and youth, Trauma, Community Violence, Intimate Partner Violence, Multicultural Training, Latino Ethnic Identity, Refugee/Immigrant mental health
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