Dr. Alamilla is currently an Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow in the Department of Applied Psychology in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development at New York University (NYU). He received the Ph.D. in Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology (emphasis: Counseling Psychology) from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2009, where he was a Eugene-Cota Robles Fellow. Dr. Alamilla's substantive interests consist of ecocultural and sociocultural psychological models of mental health among ethnocultural groups, particularly Latino/a Americans. His work has focused on the intersection of sociocultural factors, socioenvironmental factors, and mental health and wellbeing among Latino/as Americans. At NYU, he is currently working on (a) a set of quantitative studies examining the effects of individual, cultural, and contextual-level factors on the relationship between psychosocial stressors and mental health among different ethnocultural groups; (b) an in depth and integrative review of the literature on ecocultural models of mental health among different ethnocultural groups; and (c) a monograph related to testing and assessment of Latino/a Americans on behalf of the National Latina/o Psychological Association (NLPA) for the Council of National Psychological Associations for the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Issues (CNPAAEMI). In addition to research and teaching, he serves as ad hoc reviewer for The Counseling Psychologist and the Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development.