About Me


I am an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at The Wright Institute, where I have been teaching full time since 2004. I am also a cognitive-behavioral therapist specializing in child/adolescent development and minority mental health. Finally, I work with individuals and organizations as a multicultural consultant on matters related to diversity, equity, and inclusion.


  • B.A., Psychology, University of California, Berkeley (1995)

  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology (minor), University of California, Los Angeles (2001)

  • APA-accredited Internship: Child & Family Guidance Center, Northridge, CA

  • Post-doctoral Training: Through the Looking Glass, Berkeley, CA

Teaching (https://www.wi.edu/psyd-faculty-anatasia-kim)

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Family Systems

  • Multi-Cultural Awareness

  • Socio-Cultural Issues In Psychology

  • Case Conference


  • Psycho-Legal Approaches to Working with Immigrant Communities

  • Wright Institute Pipeline to Advanced Degrees in Psychology for Underrepresented Students (https://www.wi.edu/psyd-pipeline)

  • Recruitment & Retention of Underrepresented Students

  • Constructive Conversations about Culture & Diversity

Leadership Positions

  • Past Chair, Immigration Task Force, California Psychological Association

  • Past President, Alameda County Psychological Association

  • Diversity Delegate, California Psychological Association


  • American Psychological Association

  • California Psychological Association

  • Alameda County Psychological Association