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Judy Cavazos


Avid world traveler, bookworm and yoga practitioner

Judy Cavazos is a psychologist who works as part of a team that provides emotional support and neuropsychological assessments for people living with sickle cell disease and cancer, caring for children, teenagers and young adults as well as their families. She also serves as a member of the integrative medicine committee at UCSF and pursues research on sickle cell disease.

Cavazos earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University.

In addition to her primary work, Cavazos has worked for more than a decade with underserved youths and their families, caring for patients affected by mental health and medical issues, domestic violence and HIV/AIDS. She has also cared for immigrant families and young people involved in the criminal justice system.

  • Education

    California School of Professional Psychology, PhD, Clinical Psychology, 2015

I believe in the brain-body-spirit connection. My goal is to increase access to services to help people heal the mind, body and soul.

Where I see patients (2)

    Learning never stops

    Our classroom and bedside classes help kids get credit and keep learning during treatment.

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