Dr. Keyondria Bunch
Dr. Keyondria Bunch is a licensed Psychologist. She received her Master’s Degree from Harvard University in 2002 and went on to receive her Ph.D from the University of Southern California in 2008. Dr. Bunch has been working as a licensed Psychologist for the last 10 years in both the private and public industry. Dr. Bunch has specialized in assessing and providing therapeutic services to children, adolescents, adults, and veterans within the private industry. Because of her love for the community, family union, and fairness in the system, Dr. Bunch has also been involved in making sure that individuals within the criminal justice system, who have mental health needs, are adequately evaluated and referred. Dr. Bunch has additionally worked as a supervisor for the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, supervising school-based programs, suicide prevention and treatment, and adult outpatient facilities. Dr. Bunch has been involved in the implementation of mental health services on a statewide level and was appointed as a State Commissioner to the California Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission in 2017. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her children, hiking, and being a "baseball mom".
Dr. Staci Atkins
Dr. Staci Atkins is a Psychologist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the Los Angeles area. She is currently under the supervision of Dr. Keyondria Bunch. Dr. Atkins received Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Psychology and Sociology from UCLA and a Master’s in Social Work from USC. She received her doctorate from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Applied Clinical Psychology program. Her post-doctoral training is being completed with the Department of Health Care Services and Reiss-Davis Child Study Center. She also has a private therapy practice in the West Los Angeles area where her areas of clinical focus include trauma-informed care, women’s health, and severe and persistent mental illness. As a promoter of mental health and wellness for over 15 years, she has worked in various capacities, including as an Adjunct Professor at Los Angeles Southwest College, Clinical Supervisor for Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, Crisis Counselor at UCLA Rape Treatment Center and Los Angeles County Psychiatric Mobile Response Team. In her spare time, she enjoys volunteering, staying active, pursuing her faith, and traveling.