Amelia Villagomez, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor

Dr Villagomez is the Co-Director of the UArizona Psychiatry Integrative Fellowship Program. She attended medical school at Texas A&M, completing her training in General Psychiatry at Yale, and did a fellowship in Child/Adolescent Psychiatry at Harvard. After completing her fellowship, she served as the Medical Director of the outpatient clinic at the University of Arizona.  She then practiced child/adolescent psychiatry in Canada, and worked in various settings (inpatient, outpatient, and ER). Amelia has always been interested in searching for tools to help people heal more holistically. To this end, she completed a fellowship in integrative medicine at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine and am certified in Mind-Body techniques. Mind-Body Medicine aims to enhance the ability to manage emotions and behavior by techniques like guided imagery, meditation and mindfulness, and emotional awareness and expression.



Ranjbar, MD. Noshene E., MD. Matt Erb, MD. Julie Mari Tomkins, MD. Krishna Taneja, and MD. Amelia Villagomez, Implementing a Mind-Body Skills Group in Psychiatric Residency Training, 2021.