Dr. Bonilla completed a 4-year residency in Psychiatry at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, where she was elected by her peers as Assistant Chief Resident in 2006 and graduated in 2007. Being this training site a combined civilian and military training program, she had the privilege to serve active duty personnel, dependents and a wide variety of veterans, in addition to the standard rotations at county and private facilities; getting exposure to a wide range of patients.She completed a 1-year Fellowship in Geriatric Psychiatry at University of Pittsburgh Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic and gained additional expertise in management of the different types of dementia, late onset depression, grief, and other problems that sometimes arise in the golden years. Dr. Bonilla's fellowship Included training in Interpersonal Therapy, a particular type of psychotherapy that fits very well to people who are grieving and those suffering times of transition.In 2008, Dr. Bonilla began working at Sutter Center for Psychiatry in Sacramento treating adults and older adults who needed to be hospitalized. She works hard to provide the best care possible to her patients, believing that a multidisciplinary team is the best approach to help a person and she is eager to integrate all aspects of a patient's life into the treatment plan to achieve maximum success. Her contributions to the hospital and her patients were recognized with the James Margolis Award of Excellence in Clinical Practice in 2010. For the last 2 years, Dr. Bonilla has been working exclusively in an outpatient setting, where she strives to integrate her knowledge of interpersonal psychotherapy, mindfulness practices and psychopharmacology to provide a well rounded service to her patients.Most recently, she obtained certification in Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation by NeuroStar, in order to have another tool to offer to those patients with treatment resistant depression.