Marcella Raimondo, PhD
Dr. Marcella Raimondo is Adjunct Faculty in the School of Nursing and Health Professions' Department of Behavioral Health. Dr. Raimondo is completing her post doctorate at an eating disorders residential program. She currently conducts trainings for professionals addressing multicultural populations and eating disorders. Dr. Raimondo currently serves as the Sr. Consultant leading the Behavioral Health Education program in the Regional Health Education department of Kaiser Permanente for the northern California region. A long-time social justice advocate, Dr. Raimondo volunteered for About-Face––a nonprofit that addresses body image and media serving as the Director for Media Literacy, prior to pursuing a career in clinical psychology. Her areas of clinical and research interest include eating disorders, body image, culture.
PhD - Clinical Psychology, Alliant International University, San Francisco
MPH - Health Behavior/Health Education, School of Public Health, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- Integrated Behavioral Health Practice in Primary Care Settings
Raimondo, M (2013). Cultural Humility and Compassionate Curiosity to Address Multiculturalism in Eating Disorders. National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) Making Connections Newsletter - A Publication of NEDA’s Parent, Family & Friends Network (PFN).
Raimondo, M (2013). Finding Reconnection and Empowerment Through Martial Arts. National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) Making Connections Newsletter - A Publication of NEDA’s Parent, Family & Friends Network (PFN).