About Dr. Rojas-Flores
As an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at Fuller Seminary’s School of Psychology and Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Lisseth Rojas-Flores' teaching, research, and scholarship are deeply informed by culture and context. Her primary research interests focus on trauma, youth violence prevention, the quality of parent-child relationships, and the overall well-being of children and parents living in low-income immigrant families in the United States. Dr. Rojas-Flores is also engaged in international research examining the impact of community violence on parents, teachers, and adolescents living in El Salvador. As a bilingual/bicultural licensed clinical psychologist, she takes a special interest in addressing the interrelationships between family, mental health, and social justice issues.
Dr. Rojas-Flores has produced a variety of mental health resources at the Thrive Center, particularly for leaders who work with undocumented youth with and without DACA status.
Resources on DACA
DACA Self-Care, Mental Health Series
Dr. Lisseth Rojas-Flores and DACA recipient, Norma Ramirez examine the multidimensional identities of undocumented youth, and offer a self-care, mental health guide in support of their journeys toward thriving.