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Daniella A. Lucio

Psychology Extern, Child Mind Institute
Child Mind Institute

Daniella Lucio is a psychology extern in the Anxiety Disorders Center at the Child Mind Institute. She is a third-year doctoral student in the counseling psychology program at Teachers College, Columbia University. Prior to her doctoral training, Daniella led efforts in autism research and clinical practice at UCLA’s Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior. Daniella has experience working with children, adolescents, and young adults with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, OCD, and various anxiety disorders. She is also trained in a strengths-based, family management intervention for youth experiencing mood disorders and self-harm behaviors. Additionally, she has experience conducting psychoeducational assessments for children and adolescents with various clinical presentations.

Daniella’s doctoral research focuses on examining sociocultural risk and protective factors impacting mental health outcomes for youth and their families. She is passionate about translating her research into culturally competent, trauma-informed, and family-centered prevention efforts. Clinically, she prioritizes an evidence-based, ecological, and developmental perspective, in which she tailors interventions to the individual and meets the family where they are. Daniella exhibits an empathetic and enthusiastic demeanor in working with her clients. She recognizes the value of employing a multidisciplinary approach to treatment to support and empower youth and their families across contexts. She is also bilingual in Spanish and English.


  • Clinical Extern, Dean Hope Center for Educational and Psychological Services, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Study Clinician, CHamP Lab at Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Clinical Research Assistant, Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, UCLA


  • BA, Psychology, Loyola Marymount University
  • PhD (expected 2027), Teachers College, Columbia University