Sofía is a third-year Psychology major at UC Berkeley. She is particularly interested in clinical and developmental psychology, and her goal is to become a child and adolescent therapist. During her time at Cal, she has been a peer-counselor for Student-to-Student Peer Counseling, a facilitator for the Intro to Counseling DeCal Course, and a writer for the Public Health Advocate publication.This past summer, she interned in the psychiatric unit of a pediatric hospital in Madrid, Spain. Currently, she is an undergraduate research assistant at the Family and Culture Lab in the Department of Psychology, where she explores the relationship between bilingualism and socioemotional development in young children. In her free time, she enjoys going to the beach, exploring the Bay Area, traveling/going on road trips, and spending time with her family and friends.