Cenorina Covarrubias, M.S.
Psychological Assistant (PSB94025154)
Cenorina Covarrubias is a registered psychological assistant with the board of psychology, and a Qualified Rehabilitation Professional with the State of California. Her passion lies with serving diverse and special populations and aims to help eliminate stigma from the disabled and mental health community and make this world a more inclusive one for all.
She has received her undergraduate degree in Rehabilitation Services from California State University, Los Angeles. She also received her Master of Science degree in Counseling with a specialization in rehabilitation from California State University, Los Angeles. She is currently completing her doctoral degree in Applied Clinical Psychology at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Her dissertation research consists of exploring quality of life with the use of assistive technology for individuals that are visually impaired or blind. Mrs. Covarrubias has served the disabled community providing mental health services and assisting with achieving independence, autonomy, and equality. In her current role as a psychological assistant, Mrs. Covarrubias has worked with underserved populations, victims of crime, and individuals with multiple psychological and psychiatric conditions. In addition, she serves as an assistant with evaluations and psychological reports for immigration and other legal matters.