COUNSELING, SCHOOL AND EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Diversity; Clinical and Career Counseling; Gender, Culture, and Equity; Higher Education; Race, Inequality, and Education; Mental Health
The primary focus of my scholarship is on multicultural competence and training in counseling psychology and higher education. Specifically, my research has centered on expanding the multicultural knowledge base through scholarship on race, racial identity, and racism-related stress, queer and trans identity, acculturation, and other multicultural issues; exploring training and curricular applications in counseling psychology, and increasing understanding of multicultural change efforts in higher education. Additionally, my research has explored college student mental health issues, including the impact of politics on mental health and counselor training.