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Steven Razo

Dual-licensed as a Psychologist and MFT, I have worked in a variety of professional settings including:

  • Residential treatment centers

  • Outpatient substance abuse clinics

  • Non-profit agencies specializing in child abuse and family trauma

  • School settings:  elementary, middle school, and high school

  • Community counseling centers

  • Community colleges (Fresno City College, Reedley College, Clovis College)

  • Private practice

  • Forensic Institutions


Further, I completed a formal internship accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) and a post-doctoral fellowship at Clovis College. Currently, I am undergoing training in psychoanalysis at the New Center for Psychoanalysis (NCP) in Los Angeles. Psychoanalytic training is  based upon a “tripartite model” that includes personal analysis, didactic seminars, and supervision of psychoanalytic work.


Licensed Psychologist | PSY31156

Marriage & Family Therapist |#95038



Antioch University Santa Barbara, Psy.D.


Brandman University, M.A.


Chapman University, B.A.


Razo, S. (2018). The Cost of Comforting: phenomenological study on burnout among marriage and family therapists in community settings. Dissertations & Theses. 424. 
Schwartz, D., Razo, S., & Pilato, R. (2017, January). Socially Relevant Practicum  Development: Latino Mental Health in an Elementary School Setting. Poster session presented at the Mid-Winter meeting of the National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology, Long Beach, CA. 

Specialty Areas
  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Multicultural and Diversity Issues

  • College Students

  • Phase of Life | Adjustment

  • Work  and Career Stress

  • Relationships

  • Child and Adolescent Therapy

  • Psychological Testing & Evaluation

    • Immigration​

    • ADHD

    • Learning Problems

    • Diagnostic Clarification

    • PTSD

    • Neuropsychological

  • American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA)
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