Dr. Jazmin Burns, PsyD, Psychologist
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Dr. Jazmin Burns, PsyD

Psychologist | Clinical

9110 N Loop 1604 W Ste 104 San Antonio TX, 78249


Dr. Jazmin Burns is a psychologist practicing in San Antonio, TX. Dr. Burns specializes in the treatment of mental health problems, and helps people to cope with their mental illnesses. As a psychologist, Dr. Burns evaluates and treats patients through a variety of methods, most typically being psychotherapy or talk therapy. Patients usually visit Dr. Burns because they have been experiencing depression, anxiety, stress or anger for a significant period of time and are seeking help. Psychologists may perform a variety of exams and assessments to diagnose a mental condition.

Education and Training

Alliant International Universi PsyD 2019

Alliant International University/CSPP CA M.A. in Clinical Psychology 2017

University of California – Davis B.A. in English, Minor in Psychology 2013

Board Certification

October 2021 Basic Life Support/CPR Certified

April 2021 Napa Infant-Parent Mental Health Fellow

California Psychology License (provided by the Board of Psychology) – PSY32560

Texas Psychology License (provided by the Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council – PSY39238

Authority to Practice Telepsychology (APIT) from PSYPACT – #10655

Provider Details

Female English

Areas of expertise and specialization

AutismADHDDepressionAnxietyTraumaPsychological EvaluationsASD, ADHD, depression, anxiety

Faculty Titles & Positions

  • Founder/CEO/Licensed Psychologist, Burns Virtual Psychological Solutions PC 2021 - Present
  • Senior Clinical Psychologist Empower Behavioral Health 2021 - Present
  • Psychologist I UC Davis MIND Institute (reCHARGE Study) 2020 - 2021
  • Licensed Clinical Psychologist/Clinical Director Bridges of the Mind Psychological Services, Inc. 2020 - 2021
  • LEND Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Scholar Fellow UC Davis MIND Institute 2019 - 2020


  • Children’s Mental Health Champion 2022 The Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) & Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 
  • First 5 Yolo Napa Infant-Parent Mental Health Fellowship Scholarship Recipient 2021 First 5 Yolo, Davis 
  • Alliant Diversity Scholarship Recipient 2018 Alliant International University/CSPP, Sacramento 
  • Dean’s Award Recipient 2016 Alliant International University/CSPP, Sacramento 

Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors

  • Volunteer for California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative (CPQCC) – part of Stanford University School of Medicine
  • Program Developer (contracted position), Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD)
  • Emerging Leaders Intern, The Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD)

What do you attribute your success to?

  • -Quality over quantity -Taking the time to create time for the families & connect them the proper resources -Connecting with their patients -Compassionate

Areas of research

Burns, J., Fuller, E., Talbott, M., Rogers, S., Stahmer, A. (June 2020). The Efficacy andUtilization of Community Early Start Denver Model (C-ESDM) Strategies Used byParents/Caregivers in Low-Resourced Areas. Presented at the UC Davis MIND Institute,Sacramento, CA.Burns, J. (Dissertation, May 2018). The Role of Military Skills and Strengths in Determining SuccessfulReintegration in Military Veterans. Dissertation Chair: Suni Petersen, PhD. Presented at AlliantInternational University/CSPP, Sacramento, CA.Schweitzer, J.B., Mukherjee, P., Fassbender, C., Iosif, A.M., Menor, M.B., Burns, J., Rogawski, A. J.,Mlodnicka, A., Dixon, J.F., McClure, S.M. (November 2018). The Impact of Framing Effects andADHD on Intertemporal Choice in Adolescence.Nicholson, V., Schumacher, J., Pasha, S., Galvez, V., Burns, J., Rodolfa, E. (April 2017). AnExploratory Study of Telesupervision Training and Experience. Presented at the CaliforniaPsychological Association (CPA) Conference, Burlingame, CA.Burns, J., Swanson, S., Lor M., Schlinger, J., Pasha, S., Galvez, V., Fahey, J., Schumacher, J.,Nicholson, V., Bobb, K., Baity, M. (March 2017) Resiliency and Post-Deployment Functioning inCombat Veterans. Presented at the Society of Personality Assessments (SPA) Conference, SanFrancisco, CA.Cooper, E., Burns, J., Thurman A. J., McDuffie, A., Roberts, J., & Abbeduto, L. (March 2017) AutismSpectrum Disorder Symptoms in Adolescents and Young Adult Males with Fragile X Syndrome:Predictors of ADOS Severity Scores. Presented at the Gatlinburg Conference, San Antonio, TX.Estrada, S., Kruser, K., Malakouti, N., Nielsen, L., Sheppard, J.*, Pimental, S. R., Prince, K., Pasha, S.,Ryan, C., Rodolfa, E. (March 2016) Factors Impacting Doctoral Students Publication of theirDissertation Research. Presented at the Sacramento Valley Psychological Association (SVPA) StudentConference, Sacramento, CA

Dr. Jazmin Burns, PsyD's Practice location

Burns Virtual Psychological Solutions PC

9110 N Loop 1604 W Ste 104 -
San Antonio, TX 78249
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Get to know Psychologist Dr. Jazmin Burns, who serves patients in Texas.

A trusted psychologist, Dr. Burns is the Founder and Owner of Burns Virtual Psychological Solutions, offering virtual psychological services (therapy and evaluations) for individuals with ASD, ADHD, depression, anxiety, and more. Additionally, she conducts immigration evaluations (asylum, VAWA, U Visa, T Visa, Extreme Hardship, and N-648) and works with law firms nationwide.

Her professional repertoire encompasses a diverse array of settings, from private practice to clinics, hospitals, and community-based initiatives. Her licensure in California, Texas, and certification under PSYPACT underscores her commitment to breaking down barriers to care, enabling her to reach individuals across state lines and provide much-needed support and intervention. Central to her approach is the empowerment of individuals and families, facilitated through comprehensive psychoeducation and advocacy efforts aimed at fostering autonomy and resilience.

Educated in California, Dr. Burns received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of California, Davis in 2013. However, it was her subsequent immersion in the realm of clinical psychology that truly defined her professional trajectory. During her undergraduate years, Dr. Burns volunteered at the esteemed UC Davis MIND Institute as a research assistant.  Her formative experiences extended to her role as a behavior technician, where she honed her expertise while pursuing her undergraduate studies.

Undertaking her graduate studies at Alliant International University in Sacramento, she embarked on a transformative path, culminating in the attainment of both a Master of Arts and a Doctor of Psychology degree in 2017 and 2019, respectively. Her dedication to individuals with neurodevelopmental disabilities (NDDs) was evident early on, as she delved into the field as a practicum student at the UC Davis MIND Institute.

Continuing her journey at the UC Davis MIND Institute, Dr. Burns underwent specialized training under the tutelage of leading autism researchers and clinicians, further enriching her understanding of NDDs. Her commitment to expanding access to care manifested in her participation in the Leadership and Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) program, a testament to her advocacy and dedication to improving outcomes for individuals and families affected by NDDs. During her graduate program, Dr. Burns broadened and deepened her skills in trauma and community mental health by working as a practicum student and intern at the UC Davis CAARE Center in Sacramento, CA; VA Hospital in Mather, CA; and The Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services (CAPS) Clinic in Sacramento, CA, respectively.

Beyond her clinical practice, she is deeply engaged in community initiatives, serving as a co-facilitator of Sankofa, a vital parent support group for African American families raising children with NDDs. Dr. Burns served for two years as California’s Children’s Mental Health Champion, which further exemplifies her dedication to systemic change, as she collaborated with stakeholders to promote mental health promotion and forge meaningful connections across sectors.

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