Health Sciences Assistant Clinical Professor & Director of Clinical Training of UC Davis Early Psychosis Programs, Department of Psychiatry,
University of California, Davis
Dr. Karina Muro is a bilingual and bicultural clinical psychologist who has been part of the UC Davis Early Psychosis Programs (SacEDAPT and EDAPT) clinics since 2016. In 2021, she was appointed faculty in the Department of Psychiatry at UC Davis Medical Center and is the Director of Clinical Training for the UCD Early Psychosis programs. She oversees the APA-accredited Trauma Adolescent Mental Illness (TAMI) training track for pre-doctoral psychology interns and serves as the primary clinical supervisor. Dr. Muro has 8 years of experience providing linguistically and culturally appropriate clinical care and psychosocial assessment for Spanish-speaking Latinx clients and families. She is passionate about enhancing clinical services for marginalized and underserved communities as well as teaching in areas of cultural and linguistic considerations. She leads the Spanish Consultation group at the EDAPT clinics to support providers in providing culturally affirming care. She is a co-investigator for the NIMH EPINET project, EPI-CAL. She is the Spanish Language Consultant/Educator and the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Co-Leader for the Early Psychosis Training and Technical Assistance Center (EP-TTA).