A.N. Fernandez is a practicum student intern with the TAMI project at UC Davis. She is currently in her third year of the clinical psychology PsyD program at Alliant International University, Sacramento. She has experience working in diverse clinical settings such as Metropolitan State Hospital in Los Angeles County, community mental health centers, and elementary schools. As the past co-facilitator of the City of Sacramento’s Violence Prevention program, she developed culturally informed violence prevention curriculum for teenage girls from underserved populations who are at risk for violence. She currently serves as the co-facilitator of the violence prevention program at Roberts Family Development Center for teenage girls. A.N. has experience implementing evidence-based interventions including TF-CBT and CBTp with diverse populations. She is passionate about reducing the stigma that surrounds mental illness, especially the stigma that surrounds severe mental illnesses.
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