2022-2023 Postdoctoral Fellows with Integrated Behavioral Health are:
Jordan Brooks, PhD will be providing services at ICC and at the Gender Clinic. Dr. Brooks completed her internship at the Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology with Boston Medical Center/Boston University School of Medicine, where she provided individual, group, and integrated behavioral health services across the lifespan within a community health center. Dr. Brooks obtained her PhD in Clinical Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology under Alliant International University. She is passionate about multicultural psychology and working in interdisciplinary teams that value trauma-informed, social justice, and community-oriented practice. In her work with clients, Dr. Brooks incorporates identity, societal and community influences, and strength-based approaches, as well as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) skills. Dr. Brooks has experiences working in community health, school-based, and hospital settings, with particular focus with the LGBTQ+ community. Outside of work, she enjoys being a cat mom, cooking, reading fantasy novels, and practicing yoga. Pronouns she/her & they/them.
Daniel Mai, PsyD, will be providing services at both ICC and FOHC. Dr. Mai completed his internship at Western Washington University in Washington State, where he provided services to students who experienced psychological distress stemming from anxiety, depression, stress, identity development, and trauma. In addition, leading discussions with students on exploring their Asian American identity. Dr. Mai obtained his doctorate in Clinical Psychology at John F. Kennedy University, CA. His dissertation examined how one’s level of acculturation can act as a protective factor against death anxiety in Chinese Americans. Some of his interests include anxiety about death, depression, acculturation, and how cultural beliefs impact psychological health. Outside of work, Dr. Mai enjoys searching for unique coffee shops, cooking, and working on his car.
Jazmin A. Llamas, PhD, will be providing services at ICC, FOHC, and the Pain Clinic. Dr. Llamas completed her internship at Pacific Clinics where she provided individual therapy and case management services in Spanish and English to adults experiencing severe mental illness. Previously, she trained in community mental health settings that specialized in providing mental health treatment to Latinx communities experiencing severe mental illness and mood disorders. Dr. Llamas completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Palo Alto University. Her dissertation focused on developing a website intervention to provide information on how to manage depressive symptoms in Latinx farmworkers. Her clinical interests include mood disorders, working with Latinx communities, chronic pain, and using technology to provide accessible and free mental health resources to underserved communities. Outside of work, Dr. Llamas enjoys finding good places to eat, going for walks, and spending time with friends and loved ones.
Current fellows are available to discuss program details with interested candidates.