Dr. Eldridge is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in psychotherapy research, couple/marital and family therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and mindfulness and acceptance-based practices. She is committed to expanding the intersections of culture and diversity within these areas of psychology, and helped form the Antiracism Collective of psychology division faculty. She teaches courses in couple and family therapy, techniques of counseling and psychotherapy, and clinical practicum. Dr. Eldridge authors publications on couple therapy and relationship communication, and presents the results of this research at national and international conferences. She partners with the local community to help evaluate federally-funded service projects addressing Woolsey fire trauma and social justice. She has worked in multiple clinical settings with diverse populations comprised of children, adolescents, college students, adults, couples, and families.
- PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
- MA, University of California, Los Angeles
- BA, University of California, Santa Barbara