Amira Yaem Trevino (she/her) is currently a doctoral candidate in the Counseling Psychology program at the University of Utah. Her research is led with the mission to elevate oppressed voices to improve accessibility and quality of education and mental health care among historically marginalized groups. Currently her research focuses on cultural processes in psychotherapy and the impact of within-group child sexual abuse on adult multiracial survivors. In addition to her doctoral studies, she also serves as a therapist for undergraduate students with significant financial need, as well as supports labs that investigate approaches for improving education and health care (e.g., social justice initiatives in the classroom, long-term impact of military injuries).
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