Cecilia Reus is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) who has published, provides treatment, training and supervision. She was trained and practiced as a clinical psychologist in her native Chile, with a focus on early childhood, and the importance and impact of culture in the process of attachment formation. She immigrated to the USA in 1999 where she became a licensed MFT. She has extensive experience as a clinician providing community mental health-based interventions. She specialized in providing relationship-focused interventions to children who have been exposed to trauma and their caregivers through Infant-Parent Psychotherapy and, Child-Parent Psychotherapy and has been an early childhood mental health specialist in Early Intervention Services at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland since 2006. She has extensive experience with Latine immigrant families who have faced immigration trauma. As a bicultural/bilingual clinician, she is interested and committed to providing services integrating culture, immigration and trauma, to very young children and their families.