Dr. Ramos is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and a board-certified child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist. Dr. Ramos serves as Medical Director of the Child Psychiatry Consultation Liaison Service at UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica and of the UCLA EMPWR Program. She also directs LGBTQ Services for the Department of Psychiatry and teaches in the UCLA Stress, Trauma, and Resilience (STAR) Clinic. Her clinical interests include trauma and toxic stress, mood disorders, ADHD, anxiety, and LGBTQ-affirming care.
Dr. Ramos completed her undergraduate education at Stanford University and received her Medical Degree from the Keck School of Medicine of USC. She also holds a Master's Degree from the Harvard School of Public Health. She is active in the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, where she co-chairs the committee on gender and sexuality, and serves on the board of APLA Health.
Dr. Ramos is bilingual in English/Spanish.
UCLA Behavioral Health Associates
Stepping Back from the Edge
EMPWR-ing LGBTQ Youth (UCLA Health Connect Patient Blog)
Guiding teens through questions about gender identity (UCLA Health Connect Patient Blog)
Can Rigid Gender Stereotyping Increase a Child’s Risk of Depression? (US News)
How to Reduce the Mental Health Risk for Gender-Nonconforming Kids (US News)
Transgender Teens Need Support to Avoid Adverse Mental Health Outcomes (newswise.com)
The Southern California Society of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (SCSCAP) Newsletter 2017: “Bathrooms and Beyond: Challenges Facing Trans Youth.”
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