Mojgan Khademi, Psy.D. PSY 15300 Clinical Psychologist Psychoanalyst Founder/ Director of CAPS Clinic Associate Professor
Mojgan Khademi, PsyD, FABP is a licensed psychologist (CA License #PSY15300), Board-Certified psychoanalyst, and fellow of the American Board of Psychoanalysis (FABP). She was the recipient of the American Psychoanalytic Association's Edith Sabshin Teaching Award in 2015, given in recognition of her outstanding contributions as an educator. Dr. Khademi has over 20 years of clinical experience in the field helping adults address a wide range of problems. Dr. Khademi specializes in disordered eating, depression, anxiety, dissatisfaction with oneself, relationship difficulties, unfulfilled aspirations, and concerns about school and work.
Dr. Khademi’s also has a Registered Psychological Assistant. Psychological Assistants are typically advanced in their clinical training, but not yet fully licensed and able to practice independently. These clinicians work under the supervision of Dr. Khademi. Dr. Khademi’s Registered Psychological Assistant offers reduced fee services based on financial need.
Dr. Gracie Madero, Psy.D. Registered Psychological Assistant (PSB94026009)
Dr. Gracie Madero is a Registered Psychological Associate to Dr. Mojgan Khademi. She recently graduated with her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology and is working on getting her supervised hours towards licensure. She has experience working with transitional age youth (15-24yo.) and adults with a variety of issues including gender and sexuality, LGBTQ+ identities, suicidality, eating disorders and substance abuse. Dr. Madero also has experience working with adults struggling with depression, anxiety, and interpersonal relationship difficulties.
Dr. Deena Muno, Psy.D. Clinical Psychologist (PSY33531)
Birth, death, love, and heartbreak. These core experiences are inevitable to all humans, and yet, we are always surprised by how profoundly they shape our lives as individuals. As a clinical psychologist, I understand just how deeply we struggle to make sense of these transitions and the great lengths we will go to avoid the feelings involved. I’ve had the privilege of helping people work through the depression, anxiety, relationship issues, grief, anger, and interpersonal conflict that often result from this avoidance and create a deeper sense of self-compassion for the human condition. I have experience working with people of all ages, shapes, colors, and sizes, and specialized training working with young adults (18-30) and people struggling with eating disorders. I look forward to creating a warm and safe space for us to foster your healing and growth.