Articles by Ydalith G. Rivera-Pérez, PhD
Ydalith G. Rivera-Pérez, PhD, is a graduate from Fielding Graduate University and Baylor College of Medicine. She recently completed her predoctoral internship at the Alexandria VA Healthcare System in Central Louisiana and is completing her postdoctoral fellowship at the Center for Optimal Brain Health in Houston, Texas. Dr. Rivera-Pérez is passionate about providing patient-centered evaluation and care and takes a holistic view of health. True to her love of science, she believes that evidence-based therapies are the best practice standards. Because her practice is informed by her knowledge of medicine and psychiatry, she believes that mental health and physical health are intimately related. In the future, she plans to continue her lifelong passion of working with at-risk populations and to specialize in the treatment of anxiety disorders and PTSD.
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