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Marya Endriga

Other, University of Washington Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Ph.D., University of Washington

Other, University of Washington Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

B.A., University of California, Berkeley

Marya Endriga, Ph.D. is a Professor of Psychology at California State University, Sacramento where she specializes in child clinical psychology and multicultural counseling and education. At the undergraduate level, Dr. Endriga teaches Abnormal Psychology, Cross Cultural Psychology and sponsors students in Community Fieldwork. At the graduate level, she instructs Counseling Psychology Master’s students in Child Therapy, Multicultural Counseling, Family Therapy and Fieldwork and provides clinical supervision for students in Practicum. Dr. Endriga’s current research projects include a website project on multicultural curriculum infusion and  collaborative research on parent-child interaction in a child abuse population (with the UC Davis Dept. of Psychiatry). Dr. Endriga is a Licensed Psychologist in part-time private practice in Sacramento where she provides assessment and psychotherapy services primarily to children, adolescents and families. As a member of the Multicultural Counseling and Consulting Associates (MCCA), Dr. Endriga provides consultation services to community-based organizations, schools, universities, and other public and private institutions. Consultation topics include training in multicultural competencies, cultural modification of educational programming and counseling techniques, and intercultural communication within organizations. Dr. Endriga holds a strong commitment to community service as shown by her involvement in non-profit board and advisory committees in organizations such as Asian Pacific Community Counseling, Inc., the Workforce Education and Training Taskforce, UC Davis Center for Reducing Health Disparities and the MFT Educator’s Consortium of Greater Sacramento.

Phone: 916-278-6735