Flores Consulting Psychotherapy

Saturday, July 04, 2020

YVETTE G. FLORES, Ph.D. CURRICULUM VITAE

2020

 

Professional Address:

University of California, Davis

Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies

One Shields Avenue Davis, California, 95616-8559

(530) 752-2421 (530) 752-4045 FAX (530) 752-8814

Private Practice – Clinical Psychology:

2576 Shattuck Ave. #11 Berkeley, Ca. 94703

(510) 229-8284

www.drayflores.com

Education

University of California, Berkeley, Department of Psychology Berkeley, Ca. 1982

Ph.D. Clinical Psychology

Dissertation: The Impact of Acculturation on the Chicano Family

California State University, Long Beach, Department of Psychology

Long Beach, Ca. 1975

M.S. Community-Clinical Psychology

Thesis: Career and Academic Guidance for Chicana Adolescents

University of California, Santa Barbara, Department of Psychology Santa Barbara, Ca. 1973

B.A. Psychology

Professional experience

Academic:

2004-present       Professor Chicana/o Studies University of California, Davis

2000-2014          Adjunct Professor Facultad de Psicología Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico

             [UNAM] Mexico City, Mexico

2002-2010          Adjunct Professor Facultad de Psicología Universidad Santa Maria la Antigua Panama,

Panama

1995-2004          Associate Professor, Chicana/o Studies Program University of California, Davis

1989-1995          Assistant Professor, Chicana/o Studies Program University of California, Davis

1994                 Senior Fulbright Lecturer, Masters Program in Family Therapy Universidad Santa Maria

La Antigua, Panamá City, Panamá

1986-1989          Assistant Professor, Graduate Psychology California School of Professional Psychology,

Berkeley/Alameda

1983-1989          Visiting Faculty, Chicano Studies Program University of California, Berkeley

1981-1989          Adjunct Professor, Graduate Psychology Program John F. Kennedy University, Orinda,

Ca.

Administrative:

1996-1999          Director, Chicana/o Studies Program University of California, Davis

2007-2011          Director, Quarter Abroad Program Education Abroad Center, UC Davis

2014-2016          President, Section 3 Interests of Hispanics and Latinas, Division 35 (Women in

Psychology) American Psychological Association [APA]

2018-present       President, Section 3 Interests of Hispanics and Latinas, Division 35 (Women in

Psychology) American Psychological Association [APA]

2015-2016          Director, Social Justice Initiative, Andrew J. Mellon Foundation. UC Davis.

Experience teaching abroad:

1994                 Fulbright Teaching Fellowship Universidad Santa Maria La Antigua Programa de

Maestria en Terapia Familiar Family Therapy, Treatment of Trauma, Supervision of

master level psychologists

2006-2007          U.C. Davis Summer Abroad- Argentina  Chi 122: Psychological Perspectives on the

Chicana/o Latina/o Family Chi 198: Indigenous populations of Northwest Argentina

2007                 U.C. Davis Summer Abroad- Argentina Chi 125S: Globalization and transnational

families Chi 198: Indigenous populations of Northwest Argentina

2007-present       Quarter Abroad-Oaxaca Program – Latinx Health Internship Program fall quarter [20

units of course work]

2008 -2017         U.C. Davis Summer Abroad-Costa Rica Chi 125S: Globalization and transnational

families/ Costa Rican communities Chi 198: Indigenous and Afro Caribbean populations

of Costa Rica

2019                 U.C. Davis Summer Abroad: Lead faculty Global Health – Indigenous Medicine of

Hawaii and Immigrant and Refugee Health in California

Research:

Current Projects

2017- present      Latina Aging: oral histories of elders. Co-principal investigator with Angie Chabram.

2012- 2019         ADVANCE- NSF funded grant of Latinas in STEM careers. Co-investigator. Linda

Katehi, Adela de la Torre, Maureen Station, Principal Investigators.

Completed Projects (1996-2019)

2013-2016          Mental health of Mexican immigrant men. PIMSA [Programa de Investigación

Migración y Salud] funded project. Office of the President, University of California,

Yvette G. Flores and Ericka Pacheco Cervantes, Co-Principal Investigators.

2011-2016          Niños Sanos/Familias Sanas: healthy children/healthy family. Obesity Prevention among

Mexican heritage children. USDA funded grant [five years]. Co-Investigator. Adela de la

Torre, P.I.

2007-2010          La Otra Ruta Maya: Female Mayan migration to the San Francisco Bay 4 Area. PIMSA

funded grant, co-principal investigator. Ines Corjeno and Patricia Fortuny (co-PI’s.)

2003-2007          Prevention interventions with high-risk workers along the U.S. –Mexico

border. NIMH funded study, co-investigator. Thomas Patterson, Miguel Fraga and Adela

de la Torre, P.I.’s

2004-2006          Al Otro Lado: On the other side. California Mexico Health Initiative UCMEXUS funded

study. Yvette Flores, Ph.D. and Enriqueta ValdezCuriel, co-Principal Investigators.

2003-2005          Depression and intimate partner violence among rural Mexican women

California Mexico Health Initiative funded study, P.I. with Enriqueta Valdez Curiel

2000-2003          Intimate Partner Violence among Mexicans on both sides of the border. UCMEXUS-

CONACYT funded study. P.I. with Enriqueta Valdez Curiel.

2002-2003          CARES Project: Pathways to Care and Caregivers of elderly Anglos and Latinos with

dementia. Co-PI. W. Ladson Hinton, P.I., Carol Franz, Co-PI.

2000-2001          Family Communication and conflict resolution in Mexican couples in Jalisco and México

City. UCMEXUS-CONACYT funded study.

1999-2000          Communication and Conflict Resolution in the Urban Mexican couples. P.I. México City.

1997-1999          Latina Adolescent Identities. P.I. Collaborative Research Project funded by the

Chicana/Latina Research Center. U.C. Davis

1995-1997          Latina/os Narratives of Intra-family Abuse Principal Investigator. P.I. Funded by the

Chicana/Latina Research Center U.C. Davis

1994-1996          Family Structure and Functioning among Abusive Panamanian Families Centro de

Atención Familiar, Universidad Santa Maria la Antigua, Panama, Principal Investigator.

Clinical Experience:

Licensed Psychologist since 1986

2002-2009          Clinical supervisor, CORA [Communities Overcoming Relationship Abuse];

Burlingame, Ca.

2002-2003          External Clinical supervisor Youth and Family Services Bureau, Alameda County

Sheriff’s Office, San Leandro, Ca.  

2000                 Clinical Supervisor. Stride/Circle of Care, Concord, Ca.

1986-present       Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Private Practice, Berkeley, Ca.

 Adult, adolescent, family, marital therapy.

 Psychological evaluations.

Additional professional activities (1996-2020) Consultation and Evaluation:

2002- present      Expert Witness, U.S. Immigration

I-601 waiver, U Visa, Cancellation of Deportation Evaluations, Asylum petitions

Country conditions expert: Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rica.

2007-2010          Counselor Certification Program, State of Oregon 2007-2010

CORA- Community Overcoming Relationship Violence, Inc., Burlingame, CA.

2007-2009          Family Service Agency, Santa Rosa, Petaluma People Services,

West County Community Services

2004-2010          California Hispanic Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse: Trainer and consultant

2001                 United Nations Population Fund, Consultant and Trainer Gender and violence: Ministries

of Health, Youth and Families, Commissions of Health, Family, Family Violence and

Human Rights Republic of Panama Red Against Violence/Red Contra la Violencia,

Republic of Panama

1999-2003          Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Bethesda, Maryland. Consultant,

program evaluator, member of technical assistant team.

1999-2000          Bryant Even Start Child Development Program, Program Evaluation, San Francisco, Ca.

1997-1999          John F. Kennedy University, Graduate School of Psychology PsyD. Program

Developed research sequence for PsyD program

1994-1999          Consultant, Policy Research, Inc., a sub-contractor of the Center for Substance Abuse

Treatment, Women’s and Children’s Branch. Evaluations of perinatal residential drug

treatment programs.

1993-present       Diversity Consultant and Trainer Multiple clients: Kaiser Permanente Foundation,

Clinica De La Raza/Fruitvale Health Project, Inc., Alameda County Child Abuse

Council, Judicial Council of California, multiple educational institutions

Compadres Network State of California Department of Mental Health

1994-1996          Consultant, California Hispanic Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Inc.,

Sacramento, Ca. Evaluator of the Latina Outreach Campaign for perinatal services

targeting Latinas.

Editorial Activities:

2017-present       International Journal of Psychology, published by APA

2014-present       Member, Advisory Board – Chicana/Latina Studies Journal

1993-1999          Member, Editorial Board Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social (MALCS),

Chicana Critical Issues Series.

1995-1999          Associate Editor, Voces: Journal of Chicana/Latina Studies

1990                 Associate Editor, Journal of AIDS Prevention and Research

Professional memberships:

American Psychological Association

National Association for Chicana/o Studies

Latin American Studies Association

Latino Studies Association

Special Awards and Scholastic Distinctions

1999                 Fogarty Research Fellowship to Mexico City, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de

México (UNAM) and Instituto Mexicano de Psiquiatría.

1994                 Fulbright Senior Scholar: Lecturer Santa Maria La Antigua, Department of Social

Sciences, Masters Program in Family Therapy, Panama City, Panama.

Professional License Clinical Psychologist State of California, PSY 9495

Languages English, Spanish, French

Publications (1982-2020)

Bernal, G. and Flores-Ortiz, Y. 1982. Latino Families in Therapy: Engagement and Evaluation." Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 8 (3): 357-365.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. Indigenous Paraprofessionals in Mental Health. In L.R. Snowden (Ed.). 1983. Reaching the Underserved: Mental Health Needs of Neglected Populations. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications. Chapter 12, 259-280.

Bernal, G. and Flores-Ortiz, Y. Latino Families: Sociohistorical Perspectives and Cultural Issues. 1984. Nueva Epoca, 4-9.

Bernal, G., Flores-Ortiz, Y., Rodriguez-Dragin, C. 1986. Terapia Familiar Intergeneracional Con Chicanos y Familias Mejicanas Inmigrantes a Los Estados Unidos (Contextual Family Therapy with Chicanos and Mexican Immigrants). Cuadernos de Psicologia, Universidad de Valle, Cali, Colombia. 8 (1): 81-99.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. and Villalta, H. 1989. Case Vignettes: The Case of Mario. In J.W. Dilley, C. Pies and M. Helquist (Eds.). Face to Face: A Guide to AIDS Counseling. Washington, D.C. Celestial Arts (Ten Speed Press): 335-339.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. and Bernal, G. Contextual Family Therapy of Addiction with Latinos. In G. Saba et. al. (Eds.). 1990. Minorities and Family Therapy. New York: The Hawthorne Press, Inc. pp 123-142. (Note: this is a special issue from the Journal of Family Psychology).

Bernal, G., Flores-Ortiz, Y., Rodriguez, C., Sorensen, J.L., Diamond, G. 1990. Development of a Contextual Family Therapy Therapist Action Index. Journal of Family Psychology, 3 (3): 322-331.

Bernal, G. and Flores-Ortiz, Y. 1990. Contextual Family Therapy with Adolescent Drug Abusers. In C.Todd (Ed.). Family Therapy Approaches with Adolescent Substance Abusers. New York: Allyn and Bacon, 70-92.

Diamond, G., Bernal, G., and Flores-Ortiz, Y. 1991. Engagement and Recruitment for Family Therapy Research in Community Settings. Contemporary Family Therapy. Human Sciences Press, Inc. 13 (3) June 1991: 255-273.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. 1991. Psychotherapy with Latinos: A Contextual Approach. The California Psychologist. 24 (4) 16-18. 8 Flores-Ortiz, Y.

  1. La Mujer y La Violencia: A Culturally Based Model for the Understanding and Treatment of Domestic Violence in Chicana/Latina Communities. In N. Alarcón et al. (Eds.). Chicana Critical Issues, 1, 169-182. Flores-Ortiz, Y.
  2. Levels of Acculturation, Marital Satisfaction, and Depression among Chicana Workers: A Psychological Perspective. In V. L. Ruiz (Ed.). Las Obreras: The Politics of Women and Family. Aztlan, v.20, (1, 2), 151-175. Flores-Ortiz, Y.
  3. The Role of Cultural and Gender Values in Alcohol Use Patterns among Chicana/Latina High School and University Students: Implications for AIDS Prevention. International Journal of Addictions, 29 (9), 1149-1171.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. 1994. Psychotherapy with Chicanas at Midlife: Cultural/Clinical Considerations. In J. Adelman & G. Enguídanos (Eds.). Racism in the Lives of Women. New York: Haworth Press (1995), 251-260.

Flores-Ortiz, Y., Esteban, M., and Carrillo, R. 1994. La Violencia en la Familia: Un Modelo Contextual de Terapia Intergeneracional. Revista Internamericana de Psicología, v. 28, (2), 235-250.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (1996). Barriers to Perinatal Substance Abuse Services: Latina Outreach and Assessment Campaign Project, Research Findings and Strategic Report. Sacramento, Ca.: California Hispanic Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (1997). Voices from the Couch: The Co-Construction of a Chicana Psychology. In C. Trujillo (Ed.). Living Chicana Theory. Berkeley: Third Woman Press, 102-122.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (1997). The Broken Covenant: Incest in Latino Families. In Voces: A Journal of Chicana/Latina Studies, 1(1), 48-70.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (1998). Training Dilemmas: Is there room for social justice in the training of psychologist? AFTA Newsletter, Spring 1998, 10-12.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (1998). Depression. In The Reader’s Companion to U.S. Women’s History. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 147-149.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (1998). Drugs. In The Reader’s Companion to U.S. Women’s History. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 157-159.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (1998). Fostering Accountability: A Reconstructive Dialogue with a Couple with a History of Violence. In T. Nelson & T. Trepper (Eds.)(1998). 101 More Interventions in Family Therapy. N.Y.: Haworth Press, 389-396.

Rodriguez, M., Bauer, H., Flores-Ortiz, Y., Skupinski-Quiroga, S. (1998). Factors affecting patient-physician communication for abused Latina and Asian immigrant women. Journal of Family Practice, 47, 309-311.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (1999). Migración, Identidad y Violencia/Migration, Identity and Violence. In M. Mock, L. Hill, and D. Tucker (Eds.) Breaking Barriers: Psychology in the Public Interest. Sacramento, CA: California Psychological Association, 46-59.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (1999). From Margin to Center: Family Therapy with Latinas. In M. Flores & G. Carey (Eds.). Family Therapy with Hispanics. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 59- 76.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (1999). Injustice in the Family. In M. Flores & G. Carey (Eds.). Family Therapy with Hispanics. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 251-263.

Flores-Ortiz, Y., and Saldana-Grove, V. (2000). Family-Centered Substance Abuse Treatment. In B. Grossman (Ed.). Child Welfare and Addiction Services: Working Together for California’s Children and Families. Proceedings Report from a Conference. UCSD: Pacific Southwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center, 35-43.

Bauer, H., Rodriguez, M., Skupinski-Quiroga, S., & Flores-Ortiz, Y. (2000). Barriers to Health Care for Abused Latinas and Asian Immigrant Women. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and the Underserved, 11(1), 33-44.

Chamorro, R. & Flores-Ortiz, Y. Acculturation and Disordered Eating Patterns Among Mexican American Women. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 200.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (2001). My Father’s Hands. Latina Feminist Group. Telling to Live: Latina Feminist Testimonios. Duke University Press, 33-38.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (2001). The Prize of the New Cadillac. Latina Feminist Group. Telling to Live: Latina Feminist Testimonios. Duke University Press, 201-203.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (2001). La Tra(d)icion. Latina Feminist Group. Telling to Live: Latina Feminist Testimonios. Duke University Press, 204-206.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (2001). Desde el Divan: Testimonios from the Couch. Latina Feminist Group. Telling to Live: Latina Feminist Testimonios. Duke University Press, 294-297.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (2001). Aun. Latina Feminist Group. Telling to Live: Latina Feminist Testimonios. Duke University Press, 318.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (2003) Re/membering the Body: Latina testimonies of social and family violence. In A. Aldama (Ed.). Violence and the body: Race Gender and the State. Indiana University Press.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. Enriqueta Valdez Curiel and Patricia Andrade Palos (2002). Intimate Partner Violence and Couple Interaction among Women from Mexico City and Jalisco. Journal of Border Health, 7(1).

Flores-Ortiz, Y. Domestic Violence in Chicano Families. (2004). In Roberto Velazquez, L. Arellano and B. McNeill (Eds.). The Handbook of Chicana/o Psychology and Mental Health. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 267-284.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (2005). Why did he want to hurt me: all I ever did was love him?: Understanding Sexual Violence in Latino Marriages. In E. Buchwald, P.R. Fletcher, and M. Roth (Eds.). Transforming a Rape Culture (second edition). Minneapolis: Milkweed Editions, 129-138.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (2005). Domestic Violence. In Sanchez Korrol, Ruiz and Cruz (eds.) In Latinas in the United States: An Historical Perspective. University of Indiana Press.

Flores-Ortiz, Y. (2005). Rape. In In Sanchez Korrol, Ruiz and Cruz (eds.) In Latinas in the United States: An Historical Perspective. University of Indiana Press.

Flores, Y. (2005). Family. In I. Stavans (Ed). Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, and Society in the United States. Dansbury Conn: Scholastic Library Pub., Volume 2, pages 168-174.

Flores, Y. (2005). Parenting . In I. Stavans (Ed). Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, and Society in the United States. Dansbury Conn: Scholastic Library Pub. Volume 3. Pages 316-322.

Flores, Y. (2005). Adoption. In Obeler and D.Gonzalez (Eds.). The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinas and Latinos in the United States.

Flores, Y. (2005). Alcoholism. In Obeler and D.Gonzalez (Eds.). The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinas and Latinos in the United States.

Hinton, L., Flores, Y., Franz, C., Hernandez, I., Mitteness, L. (2006). The Borderlands of Primary Care: Physician and family perspectives on “troublesome” behaviors of (Flores 2006) people with dementia. . In. A. Leibing & L. Cohen (Eds.). Thinking about Dementia. N.J.: Rutgers University Press. Pages 43-63.

Flores, Y. (2006). La Salud: Latina Girls negotiating identity and making health decisions. In J. Denner and B. Guzman. Latina Girls, N.Y. NY University Press.

Hinton, L., Franz, C.E., Reddy, G., Flores, Y., Kravitz, R.L., Barker, J.C. (2007). Practice Constraints, Behavioral Problems, and Dementia Care: Primary Care Physicians’ Perspectives. In Journal of General Internal Medicine, 1-6.

Flores, Y. (2008) Embodying Dementia: A Daughter’s Remembrances of Memory Loss. In A. Chabram-Dernersesian and A. de la Torre (Eds.) Speaking from the Body: Latinas on Health and Culture. Tucson: The University of Arizona Press, 31-43.

Flores, Y., Valdez Curiel, E. (2009). Conflict Resolution and Intimate Partner Violence among Mexicans on both sides of the border. In P. Zavella, D. Segura and J.V. Palerm (Eds). Mexicans in California: Transformations and Challenges. University of Illinois Press.

Flores, Y. , Hinton, L., Baker, J., Franz, C. Velasquez, A. (2009). Beyond Familism: Ethics of Care of Latina Caregivers of Elderly Parents with Dementia. Health Care for Women International, Volume 30 Issue 12.

Flores, Y. (2009). On Becoming an Elder: An immigrant Latina Therapist Narrative. Women and Therapy: A Feminist Quarterly, v32, 2-3 (April-September), 170-185.

Flores, C.M., Zelma, D.C., Flores, Y. G. (2012). Mexican Immigrant Women with Chronic Pain: Narratives and Psychotherapeutic Implications. Women and Therapy, 35:1-2, 31-44.

Flores, Y (2012). How Many Latinas does it Take?: Reflections of Thirty Years of life in the Academy. In H. Curtis-Boles, D. Adams, V. Jenkins-Monroe (Eds.). Making Our Voices Heard: Women of Color Changing the Academy. Nova Science Publishers, 145- 153.

Flores, Y. (2012). The Other Mayan Route: Mayan Female Migration to the San Francisco Bay Area. In T. Barros Maciel; M. I. D’Ávila Neto e R. Glória Nunes Andrade (eds.) . Fronteiras e Diversidades Culturais no Século XXI: desafios para o reconhecimento no Estado Global. Rio de Janeiro: Mauad X.

Flores, Y. (2013). Latina Sexualities. In D. Castaneda (Ed.). The Essential Handbook of Women’s Sexuality. Colorado: Praeger, 115-136.

Flores, Y. (2013). Latina Sexualities: (De)Constructing Gender and Cultural Expectations in Midlife. Women, Gender, and Families of color, v1,1. , 85-101.

Flores, Y. and Manzo, R.D. (2013). Preparing Teachers to Instruct Latino Students in U.S. Schools. Teacher Education and Practice, v.25, 4, Fall 2012, 572-575.

Flores, Y. (2013). Chicana and Chicano Mental Health: Alma, Mente y Corazon. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

de la Torre A, Sadeghi B, Green RD, Kaiser LL, Flores YG, Jackson CF, Schaefer SE, Shaikh US, Whent LS. Niños Sanos, Familia Sana: Mexican Immigrant Study Protocol for a Multifaceted CBPR Intervention to Combat Childhood Obesity in Two Rural California Towns. BMC Public Health 2013.

Flores, Y. (2014) Book Review: Paths to Discovery: Autobiographies from Chicanas with Careers in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering. Chicana/Latina Studies 13:2, Spring, 90-95.

Flores, Y. (2014). Psychological Perspectives for Chicano and Latino Families. San Diego: Cognella Publishers.

Deeb-Sossa, N., Rodriguez, G.M., Hernandez-Avila, I, Flores, Y. (2015). CAR[T]AS: Rooting our Purpose as Academics in a Time of Transformation. In T.J. Cuevas, L.M. Mercado-Lopez, and S. Saldivar-Hull. El Mundo Zurdo 4: Selected Works from the 2013 Meeting of the Society for the Study of Gloria Anzaldua. San Francisco, Aunt Lute Books, 63-80.

Flores, Y. (2015). Psychological Perspectives for Chicano and Latino Children and Adolescents. Austin, Tx: Sentia Publishers.

Manzo, R.D, Flores, Y., De la Torre, A. (2016) Development of Community-Based Workshops for Mexican-Origin Rural, Low-Income Study Participants. Journal of Community Engagement in Higher Education, 8(3), 1-12.

Flores, Y. (2017). Experiences of Women in STEM fields. In K. L. Nadal (Ed). The Sage Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender. The Sage Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender. Thousand Oaks, Ca. 1816-1818.

Manzo, R.D., Rangel, M.I., Flores, Y.G., de la Torre, A. (2017). A Community Cultural Wealth Model to Train Promotoras as Data Collectors. Society for Public Health Education.

Deeb-Soosa, N. Flores, Y.G. (2017). Using Photovoice with Farmworker Children and Youth: A Methodology for Understanding Sociopolitical Mental Health Issues. Aztlan, V. 42(2), 49-80.

Cervantes-Pacheco, E., Flores, Y. (2017). The Mental Health of Men from Michoacan in a Rural Community of California. Migration and Health: Reflections and challenges about the health of migrants. Mexico, D.F.: CONAPO.

Flores, Y, Brazil-Cruz, L., Rivera-Lopez, H., Manzo, R., Sianez, M., and Cervantes Pacheco, Erika.  Aqui en confianza (Here in Confidence): Narratives of migration, mental health, and family reunification of Mexican immigrant men in the California Central Valley.  In N. Deeb-Sossa (ed),  Community-Based Participatory Research: Testimonios from Chicana/o Studies. 

Castaneda, D., Flores, Y.G., Flores Niemann, Y. Senior Chicana Feminist Scholars: Some Notes on Survival on Hostile Contexts.  In Y. Flores Niemann, G. Gutierrez y Muhs & C.G. Gonzalez (Eds.). (2020) Presumed Incompetent II: Race, Class, Power, and Resistance of Women in Academia. Louisville, Co.: Utah State University Press, 83-94.

Sidun, N. & Flores, Y.  Human Trafficking Vulnerabilities, Human Rights Violations, and Psychological Consequences.  In N. Rubin & R.L. Flores. The Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Human Rights. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 273-287.

Manzo, R.D., Brazil Cruz, L, Flores, Y., Rivera-Lopez, H. Cultura y Corazon: Decolonial Approaches to Research. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, in press.