About Me

As a licensed clinical psychologist, I am passionate about helping clients work through challenges to gain empowerment and a deeper understanding of themselves.

I am a Bay Area native. Because of my background as a biracial (African American and Chinese American) woman, I have a special interest in working with individuals from multicultural backgrounds. I also identify as a person who stutters. Because of my own multiple identities, I believe in collaborating with clients to gain an understanding of how a person’s cultural background and identity (or identities) factor into their experiences of themselves, others, and the community.

I enjoy working with adolescents, college and graduate students, as I completed my post-doctoral fellowship at Mount St. Mary’s College in Los Angeles and wrote my doctoral dissertation on the relationship between African American father involvement and the academic success of their college-age children. I have also worked as an Accessibility Specialist with college and graduate students with disabilities and currently provide school-based therapy services to middle school students.

Education:

  • BA: Barnard College
  • PsyD: California School of Professional Psychology, San Francisco
  • Pre-Doctoral Internship: UCSF/SFGH Trauma Recovery Center
  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship: Mount St. Mary’s College, Counseling & Psychological Services

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Licensure:

California Board of Psychology, PSY26505

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Published Articles:

March 2011

Ghiselli, N., & Davis, G. (2011). Stuttering: Fact or fiction? PsycCRITIQUES, 56(13), 2011.

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Professional Presentations:

October 2012
Organization of Counseling Center Directors in Higher Education (OCCDHE), Fall Conference, Shell Beach, CA

“Exploring the Relationship Between African American Father Involvement and the Academic Success of their College-Age Children”

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