Savannah Baldonado is an MSW-Intern under the supervision of Dr. Yvonne Jackson, LMFT92389. A graduate student at Brandman University pursuing a Master’s degree in Social Work.
She is graduate of California Baptist University with a bachelor's degree in Sociology
Her focus of therapy is with children and adults.
Savannah has experience working with children with a range of behavioral differences as she works with children currently, as well as infants and mothers. She also has experience with conflict resolution, great customer service experience and has worked with those who have lost their jobs and homes as well and she has started working with veterans' wives and their families also.
Her volunteer work includes the salvation army working with those who are in need, Kaiser Permanente in post op as a patient advocate and post-partum departments, the city of Rancho Cucamonga putting on events for the city, and Veronicas Home of Mercy helping with childcare while the mothers attended their classes.
She has a passion for helping others and wants to be a blessing to those she encounters. She has a love for animals as well, she has one dog, she loves cooking and baking for her loved ones, and being in nature whether it be camping or hiking.