Liliana Campos, M.S.


Position Title
Doctoral Intern

Counseling Services



Doctoral Candidate, Clinical Psychology, The University of San Francisco

M.S., Clinical Psychology, Notre Dame de Namur and The University of San Francisco

B.A., Psychology, Long Beach State University

How I Work With Students

My approach to understanding mental health wellness is to strengthen the existing resilience of individuals from a social justice lens. I believe that individual and community wellness are deeply connected and can be available to us when we create and nurture empowering, radical, and liberating narratives. I aim to work in collaboration with people in a supportive, warm, and welcoming manner. 

I am inspired by Liberation Psychology. This means I aim to understand the impact of sociopolitical factors on health and focus on your strengths and goals to help you cocreate healing and wellness. I use evidence-based methods and draw from critical race theory, decolonial thought, activism, and community organizing to explore the intersection of wellness, healing for self and community transformation.   

About Me

I was born in Mexico City and immigrated to the U.S. at the age of 7.  I was the first in my family to graduate from high school and go to college. I love all the beautiful culture that the Bay Area has to offer and was gifted with the opportunity to have grown up in San Francisco.   

Emphasis Area

AB540 / Undocumented Students

Professional Interests

Decolonial healing, racial trauma, activism, community organizing, first generation college students, immigrant, undocumented, refugee, international students.  

Doctoral Specialty Track: Decolonial healing, racial trauma, liberation psychology, with a focus on immigrant, undocumented, refugee communities of color.   


English, Spanish



Contact Information

Students may email me to make an appointment but should use Health-e-Messaging for all communications with me once working with me to preserve confidentiality.