Joanna Zygmont, Psy.D
Dr. Joanna Zygmont is a bilingual (English/Spanish) and bi-cultural licensed clinical psychologist working collaboratively with medical providers, pediatricians, etc. She has experience assessing and treating individuals of all ages from diverse ethnic backgrounds and with different medical and mental health needs. Dr. Zygmont has special interest and expertise educating patients and their families about chronic and co-occurring health conditions, promoting behavioral health interventions in the treatment of these conditions, and helping patients find tools to manage their overall health and improve their wellbeing. She earned a Doctor of Psychology degree in Clinical-Community Psychology at the University of La Verne and has completed training in medical, county, and community mental health settings.
Victor G. Carrion, M.D.
Dr. Carrion is an Associate Professor at the Stanford University School of Medicine and Director of the Stanford Early Life Stress Research Program. He is the Associate Editor for the Journal of Traumatic Stress. He completed his medical training at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, his residency at University of Pennsylvania and a fellowship in Child Psychiatry and Research at Stanford University. Since joining the faculty at Stanford, Dr. Carrion’s research has concentrated on early life stress due to traumatic experiences and how this can alter behavior and emotion and the role of brain structure and function in these findings. He is also interested in the development of new treatment modalities. He has received awards from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, National Association for Research in Schizophrenia and Affective Disorders, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and the National Institute of Mental Health.
Jose Lopez, Ph.D.
Dr. Lopez received a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from UCLA in 1992, and completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychology at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in 1993. While Dr. Lopez has over 14 years experience working with a general psychiatric population, he has expertise working with the following clinical populations: working with Spanish-speaking psychiatric populations; the assessment and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders and ADHD; and the assessment and treatment of children in foster care settings. At Ravenswood Family Health Center Dr. Lopez will provide short-term counseling to individual, families, children, adults and adolescents.