2019-2020 Postdoctoral Fellows with Integrated Behavioral Health are:
Anita G. Tapia, PsyD, provides services at both ICC and FOHC. Dr. Tapia completed her internship at Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center in Worcester, Massachusetts, where she provided individual outpatient counseling and psychological assessment to an ethnically diverse and marginalized adult patient population. Dr. Tapia’s clinical training includes practice with hospitalized medical patients, domestic violence treatment and intervention, bi-lingual/bi-cultural person-centered care, and working with adjustment issues related to immigration. She graduated with a PsyD in Clinical Psychology from William James College with a concentration in Latino Mental Health, and M.A. in General Psychology from Adelphi University. Dr. Tapia is originally from Long Island, NY and enjoys listening to podcasts, coffee, NY pizza, and photographing sunsets.
Carly Zankman, PsyD, provides services at both ICC and FOHC. Dr. Zankman completed her internship at Southwest Behavioral & Health Services’ Crisis Recovery Unit in Phoenix, AZ, where she completed risk assessments and provided crisis intervention to individuals considered a danger to self or others. In her previous clinical training, she developed behavioral management programs for patients at a rehabilitation hospital as part of an integrated healthcare team, provided school psychotherapy, and conducted neuropsychological and psychoeducational assessments in private practice. She graduated with a Psy.D. and M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ. Dr. Zankman recently moved to the Bay Area with her husband to be closer to family. She is passionate about traveling, eating, and learning about other cultures, and she enjoys spending time with her family including her Goldendoodle, Bennett.
Ronilleen (Rona) Maglian, PsyD, provides services at ICC, Pain Clinic, and Gender Clinic. Dr. Maglian completed her internship at Talbert House in Cincinnati where she provided behavioral health and trauma-focused services to adults, youth, and families. Her clinical training includes working at community-based agencies, where she provided therapy and assessment services to a variety of populations including ethnic and sexual minorities, complex/developmental trauma survivors, and dual diagnosis mental health & substance use patients. Dr. Maglian obtained her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Azusa Pacific University in Southern California. Dr. Maglian has special interests in complex trauma, mindfulness, mind-body integration, and diversity. In her free time, she enjoys yoga, traveling, food, the beach, and promoting the health benefits of a matcha green tea lifestyle.
Current fellows are available to discuss program details with interested candidates.