Christina Cendejas is a postdoctoral scholar at Counseling Services. She enjoys working with anxiety, identity development, relationship issues and multicultural concerns. Christina is passionate about working with BIPOC communities and believes that therapy can help people to better understand themselves and their values. She has a relational style, takes a strengths-based approach and utilizes Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and interpersonal therapy interventions.
Christina earned her PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of Oregon. She also received her MS from the University of Oregon and her BA from the University of California, Irvine. She identifies as a third-generation Latina, queer, cisgender woman. She enjoys creating art, playing bingo, reading and spending time with her dogs.