Counseling Psychology
The Program in Counseling Psychology is dedicated to the preparation of counseling psychologists who facilitate the normal and optimal development of individuals, groups, and organizations that is culturally relevant and psychologically appropriate across the lifespan. Our students are taught to use strategies of prevention, intervention, and remediation to assist others in developing effective coping skills and responses to their environments. (See Doctoral Student Handbook for more information.)

The objectives of the program are to prepare students to:

* be self-aware, reflective, and sensitive to social constructions, to issues related to identity group membership, and to participate in a variety of settings with diverse populations;
* intervene in appropriate arenas through their commitment to education, evaluation, research, and program development;
* focus on the development of individuals and groups, their educations and careers, assets and strengths, the importance of person-environment interactions, psycho-education and preventive needs, as well as their pathologies;
* integrate theory, practice, and research;
* develop identities as ethical counselors who are socialized into the profession and contribute to the discipline and to society. Students are expected to adhere to ethical and professional standards of practice and conduct.
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[thumbnail] The Unending Struggle for Equal Educational Opportunity
by R. Carter (1995)
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[thumbnail] Culture-specific strategies in counseling: A conceptual framework
by D. Sue (circa 2005)
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[thumbnail] Asian-American mental health and help-seeking behavior: Comment on Solberg et al. (1994), Tata and Leong (1994), and Lin (1994)
by D. Sue (1994)
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[thumbnail] The diversification of psychology: A multicultural revolution
by R. Bingham, L. Porche-Burke, M. Vasquez & D. Sue (1999)
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[thumbnail] Introduction: A report on the National Multicultural Conference and Summit II
by R. Bingham, L. Porche-Burke, S. James, M. Vasquez & D. Sue (12/2002)
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[thumbnail] Whiteness and Ethnocentric Monoculturalism
by D. Sue (2004)
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[thumbnail] Process and outcome evaluation of an on-line support group for Asian American male college students
by T. Chang, J. Krumboltz & C. Yeh (2001)
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[thumbnail] Taiwanese students' gender, age, interdependent and independent self-construal, and collective self-esteem as predictors of professional psychological help-seeking attitudes
by C. Yeh (2002)
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[thumbnail] Age, acculturation, cultural adjustment, and mental health symptoms of Chinese, Korean, and Japanese immigrant youths
by C. Yeh (2003)
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[thumbnail] Using Online Groups to Provide Support to Asian American Men: Racial, Cultural, Gender, and Treatment Issues
by T. Chang & C. Yeh (2003)
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[thumbnail] Toward an integrative perspective on bereavement
by S. Kaltman & G. Bonanno (1999)
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[thumbnail] Appreciating similarities and valuing differences: The Miville-Guzman Universality-Diversity Scale
by C. Gelso, R. Pannu, W. Liu, P. Touradji, H. Pauline, J. Fuertes & M. Miville (1999)
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[thumbnail] Association of psychology postdoctoral and internship centers' guidelines and the internship selection process: A survey of applicants and academic and internship training directors
by G. Keilin & M. Constantine (12/1996)
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[thumbnail] Supervisee multicultural case conceptualization ability and self-reported multicultural competence as functions of supervisee racial identity and supervisor focus
by N. Ladany, A. Inman, E. Hofheinz & M. Constantine (1997)
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[thumbnail] Post-notification day perceptions of unplaced internship applicants and their academic training directors: Recommendations for improving future selection processes
by G. Keilin, J. Litwinowicz Jr., T. Romanus & M. Constantine (1997)
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