Dr. Nedilskyj obtained her B.A in Psychology from California State University, Dominguez Hills and her Ph.D in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis on Pediatric Psychology from Loma Linda University. Upon completion of her degree, Dr. Nedilskyj completed an advanced, APA accredited two-year post-doctoral fellowship at Childrens' Hospital Los Angeles, Division of Adolescent Medicine, where she provided individual therapy and comprehensive psychological assessments to teenagers and young adults, within a multidisciplinary setting. Since then, she has worked in private practice, has held an Adjunct position with Pepperdine University, and has also served as clinical supervisor for a non-profit organization partnered with the Victims of Crime program and serving the Latinx community. Here, she would provide bilingual supervision to practicum students, associates, psychology interns and post-docs. Currently, Dr. Nedilskyj focuses her career on maintaining a full time private practice where she mainly works with first generation Latinx young adults who are feeling overwhelmed with their adjustment to college as well as providing trauma-informed and culturally relevant services to other BIPOC young adults. She is of mixed ethnicity but her heart is in her Colombian and Argentine roots.