Stephen Simonson, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS)

M.A. - California School of Professional Psychology - Alliant International University
Psy.D. - California School of Professional Psychology - Alliant International University

How I Work with Students
Together, with the student, I seek to foster a therapeutic environment grounded in genuine curiosity, empathy and authenticity. I come along-side students as they navigate their path to deeper fulfillment and learn to live fully, in ways that honor their unique needs.  I work collaboratively with students to promote wellness in multiple intersections of their lives including academic/professional, physical, emotional, spiritual, interpersonal relationships and more.  I take specific interest in the unique stressors and dynamics that impact medical students.

Professional Interests 
Professional and personal identity development, stress, depression and anxiety management, couples therapy/relationship concerns, gender and sexuality, LGBTQQIA topics, trauma informed treatment, trans-cultural psychology, psychodynamic psychotherapy and mindfulness.

To make an appointment, please email

Lindsay Ulrey, Psy.D.

MA in Counseling Psychology from University of San Francisco
PsyD in Clinical Psychology from California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, San Francisco campus

Lindsay Ulrey, Psy.D. is a post-doctoral clinical psychology fellow who provides counseling services to medical and nursing students at the UC Davis School of Medicine and the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing. She provides students with a supportive space to discuss and explore a variety of personal and professional issues. Her style is warm, inviting, and focused on developing goals that matter to the student. She takes a genuine interest in understanding the unique perspective and cultural context of each student she works with, and aims to facilitate a reflective process where interpersonal change can occur. Lindsay has clinical experience and professional interest working with individuals faced with a variety of mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, relationship challenges, trauma, expressions of gender and sexuality, identity formation and development, and major life transitions.

To make an appointment, please contact Dr. Ulrey at