Dr. Serseción is a genderqueer (they/them/their pronouns), bilingual, Puerto Rican, licensed clinical psychologist, specializing in individual, relationship and family therapy, and maintains a private practice in Sunnyvale, CA.
Dr. Serseción has a private practice in Sunnyvale focusing on people of color, sexual and gender minorities, kink/BDSM, polyamory, other minority groups, and people in various subcultures. Clinical focuses are depression, anxiety, life transitions, gender questioning, stress related to sexual and gender minority status, trauma, and dissociation (from a plural positive perspective).
Dr. Serseción has almost 10 years of experience in counseling and psychotherapy. They are a graduate of California State University's Marriage and Family Therapy MS program. In addition to having an MS and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Palo Alto University an APA accredited program. They also completed an APA accredited internship at Pacific University in Oregon.
Dr. Serseción uses a cognitive behavioral therapy and transpersonal psychology perspective with some techniques from psychodynamic theory, all from a multicultural, feminist, and advocacy perspective. Dr. Serseción focuses on providing a safe space in therapy for people from various cultures and communities.
In addition to being a licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Serseción has presented at various agencies, conventions, conferences and to general audiences speaking on the topics of: clinical interventions and needs of LGBTQ+ population, Latinx needs in therapy, various fandoms and mental health, video game culture, online cultures, art therapy, multicultural therapy (power, privilege and oppression), dissociative disorders, working with plural systems, CBT skills, and various topics related to student therapists.
Furthermore, they have also been an adjunct lecturer at various universities including Palo Alto University, Sofia University, San Jose State University, and California Institute of Integral Studies. They currently work at Palo Alto University as an adjunct faculty, clinical supervisor and student advisor. As an adjunct lecturer, they focus on teaching mostly multicultural topics such as cross-cultural psychology, the psychology of gender and community mental health; in addition to integrating multicultural topics into all courses. As a clinical supervisor, they have an evidence-based and multicultural framework with their student therapist supervisees.