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Daniela Domínguez

Associate Professor

Program Coordinator
Full-Time Faculty


Dr. Daniela Domínguez is an associate professor in the counseling psychology department, where she coordinates the Marriage and Family Therapy program at the Santa Rosa Location. She is a licensed psychologist and professional clinical counselor with a special interest in liberation psychology, anti-racism, migrant justice, and gender and sexuality matters.


  • Abolition feminism
  • Migrant justice
  • Anti-racism
  • Queer mental health


  • Member, University of San Francisco's Mission Council
  • Member, Undocumented Student Scholarship Committee in the School of Education


  • Our Lady of the Lake University, PsyD in Counseling Psychology, 2015
  • Our Lady of the Lake University, MS in Counseling Psychology, 2010
  • St. Mary's University, BA in Psychology, 2007

Prior Experience

  • Research Director, Hanna Institute, Sonoma Valley, California
  • Owner and Executive Director, On the Margins, LLC, San Francisco, California
  • University Counselor, Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas
  • Mental Health Clinician, Community Counseling Service, San Antonio, Texas
  • Bilingual/Bicultural Clinical Supervisor, Community Counseling Service, San Antonio, Texas
  • Mental Health Clinician, Rape Crisis Center, San Antonio, Texas
  • Private Practice, D&D Counseling & Psychological Services, San Antonio, Texas
  • Postdoctoral Resident and Predoctoral Intern, Texas State University Counseling Center, San Marcos, Texas

Awards & Distinctions

  • Certificate of Special California Legislature Assembly Recognition, 2022
  • Certificate of Special United States Senate Recognition, 2022
  • Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition, 2022
  • University of San Francisco’s Outstanding Professor Beyond the Hilltop Award, 2022
  • Puente and Ganas Award, 2022
  • National Latinx Psychological Association star Vega Distinguished Service Award, 2021

Selected Publications