2018-2019 Postdoctoral Fellows with Integrated Behavioral Health and the Pain Management Clinic are:
Debbie Alexander, PsyD, completed her internship at Healthpoint Medical Clinic in Seattle, where she provided behavioral health services to individuals struggling with chronic diseases, mental health issues and addiction. Dr. Alexander’s clinical training also includes practice with homeless populations and in school settings treating autistic and emotionally disturbed adolescents. Prior to her becoming a psychologist, Dr. Alexander had a decade-long career in City government in Monterrey, CA. She holds a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from Azusa Pacific University and M.A. in Psychology from Palo Alto University. Dr. Alexander just moved back to the Bay Area with her husband. She loves to learn, to spend time with family (her grown daughter is pursuing a PhD as well!) and her rescue dog, and to enjoy a great cup of coffee as often as possible!
Mindy Eng, PsyD, completed her internship at Asian Pacific Family Center (APFC), a subsidiary of Pacific Clinics in Pasadena, CA. In Dr. Eng’s previous clinical work, she provided individual and family therapy as part of treatment teams to individuals with severe mental illness, emotional, and phase of life issues. Dr. Eng’s clinical training also includes neuropsychological, psych diagnostic, and autism assessments for individuals of all ages. Earlier in her career, Dr. Eng worked as a Behavior Specialist and Mobile Therapist for BHRS in Philadelphia, PA. She graduated with a PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University, OR, and MS in Psychology from Nottingham Trent University, UK. Dr. Eng is from Singapore and she loves traveling, eating, swimming, and reading.
Nichole Mundo-Bruno, PsyD, completed her internship at the Minnesota Department of Corrections, where she provided interventions in the acute mental health unit and in the sex offender treatment. Dr. Mundo-Bruno’s clinical training also includes practice with victims of sexual abuse, substance use, as well as working with Latino underserved populations. Originally from Puerto Rico, Dr. Mundo-Bruno received her Psy.D. in clinical psychology from Albizu University, San Juan campus. Previous to that, she completed a postgraduate degree in Psychology at St. Andrews University in Scotland. Dr. Mundo-Bruno is passionate about traveling and learning about other cultures, especially Latin America. She enjoys the sun and beach, and spending quality time with her pug and significant other.
Program Coordinator: Marga Dolorfino