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Alliant Alumni Panel | Marriage & Family Therapy | Virtual Event


Nov 10, 2021 04:02 PM

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Romina Rosero
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist @Theraville Counseling Services
Romina Rosero is an experienced bilingual Spanish LMFT working in the mental health care industry. Since receiving her MA in Marriage and Family Therapy at Alliant International University, Ms. Rosero has worked as a therapist for organizations in the LA area, providing individual, group and family therapy, as well as conducting and reviewing patient assessments. In addition, she is currently pursuing a PhD in business psychology.
Alfie Valdes
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist @Alfie Valdes Psychotherapy
Dr. Valdes is a Quality Management Supervisor with the County of San Diego Behavioral Health Services. He maintains a part time private practice as a licensed psychotherapist and specializes in working with LGBTQ+ on topics of trauma, relationships, families, pride and empowerment, coming out issues, and dealing with hate. He is licensed in California and earned both his MA in Marital and Family Therapy and PsyD in Clinical Counseling at Alliant International University.
Natalie Olarte Staunton
Clinical Psychologist @Heritage Clinic
Dr. Natalia Olarte Staunton earned her bachelor’s in International Relations with a minor in Comparative Politics from University of Southern California, her master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from Alliant International University and is currently enrolled in the PsyD in Clinical Psychology program at Alliant. In 2015, she became a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and her research has focused on promoting resilience in children through parenting through EBP interventions and identifying the best practices for making cultural adaptations to EBP interventions. Natalia is currently working with the older adult population at Heritage Clinic in Pasadena and recently presented at the Promising Practices Conference on “Interventions, Strategies and Resources for Working with the Homeless Population.”