Hildy Agustin (PSY 19060) studied at Harvard University, graduating magna cum laude with an undergraduate degree in psychology. She received her doctorate (Psy.D) in professional psychology from John F. Kennedy University in 2000. She trained at the UCSF AIDS Health Project, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (Spinal Cord Injury, Brain Injury and Burn Units), and in private practice, focusing on neurotoxicological assessment.
Her areas of professional focus include health issues, such as cancer, spinal cord injuries, and head injuries; neuropsychological assessment, particularly dementia evaluations; and working with couples. Dr. Agustin provides neuropsychological assessment and psychotherapy in Menlo Park, California. She also facilitates support groups for women living with ovarian cancer and women who have completed treatment for breast cancer for Bay Area Cancer Connections.
Dr. Agustin's style is flexible, compassionate, and down to earth. She is responsive to the needs of her clients, and works creatively and collaboratively to find the best way to be helpful.