Gaurie Mittal, Psy.D. graduated with her doctoral degree in clinical psychology program at the Wright Institute in Berkeley. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at SCU CAPS and is pleased to continue at CAPS for another year. During her graduate training, Gaurie has worked as a therapist at the Berkeley Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Clinic, Mills College CAPS, and UC Berkeley CAPS. She has also completed a B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Chemistry at Duke University. As a therapist, Gaurie uses an integrative approach, combining Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Relational Theory, with a strong focus on multiculturalism and social justice. She is committed to seeing clients as their whole selves, taking into account their cultural and societal contexts. Her clinical interests include academic pressure, identity development, and the BIPOC experience. Additionally, her doctoral dissertation focuses on the effects of academic pressure and acculturation on mood disorders in first-generation Indian American college students. Gaurie is warm, personable, and client-centered, and enjoys working with the college student population.