Clinical Program Faculty

David Hoskins, PsyD
Adjunct Faculty

David Hoskins, PsyD., M.A.S. is both a bilingual and bicultural, Pediatric Psychologist. He earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from Alliant International University and a master's from the University of California, San Francisco in clinical research from the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. He has been the recipient of the Mental Health Services Act, the American Psychological Association's Minority Fellowship, a Diversity Supplement for protected research time from the National Institute of Health (NIH), the competitive and rigorous Diversity Scholar's Network from the NIH, and the NIH's competitive Loan Repayment Program as well as the resubmission.

His research and professional span across several settings, including pediatrics, the child welfare system, and the juvenile justice system, as well as Latinx mental health; trauma and related behavioral health needs (i.e., psychiatric symptoms, substance use, and sexual risk behaviors); acculturation, acculturation gap-distress theory, and the Latinx paradox; and, culturally attuned and manualized treatment interventions.