Amber J. Landers PhD is Assistant Professor in the PsyD program at California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) at Alliant International University- San Francisco campus. She has experience in consultation and brief interventions in primary care, school, and early childhood settings and is coordinator of the Integrated Health Track at CSPP San Francisco. She obtained her BA from the University of California-Riverside, and completed her doctorate at Purdue University where her dissertation examined the effects of stress and parent-teacher communication on the psychological adjustment of ethnic minority elementary school children. She completed her pre-and post-doctoral training at Harvard Medical School/Cambridge Health Alliance. Her interests including the training and practice of integrating mental health into non-mental health settings, reducing stigma, and promoting health and mental health access for underserved populations, children, and families.
Ethnic Minority Mental Health, Children and Families, Primary Care Behavioral Health Integration
- Clinical Fellow/Post-doctoral Fellowship
- PhD Clinical Psychology
- M.S. Clinical Psychology
- B.A. Psychology and Sociology
Landers, A.J., Rollock, D., Rolfes, C.B., & Moore, D. L. (2011) Police contact and stress among African American college students. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 81, 72-81.