Linda Castillo, Ph.D.

Center on Disability and Development
Department of Educational Psychology
Texas A&M University
Harrington 637C
Mail Stop 4225
College Station, TX 77843-4225
 
Phone: 979-845-0891
Email: lcastillo@tamu.edu
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Last Updated: April 27, 2011

 

Specialty Resource Contacts: Professor of Counseling Psychology
 
Discipline(s): Psychology
 
AUCD Council Membership: No Council Membership
 
Research: Current work involves expanding current acculturation theory and measurement by examining the influence of heritage culture on the acculturation process.

Vita/Bio

Educational History
Ph.D. M.S. B.A.
Linda G. Castillo
Department of Educational Psychology Texas A&M University College Station, TX 77840 Office: (979) 845-0891 Email: lcastillo@tamu.edu http://www.coe.tamu.edu/~lcastillo
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
University of Utah, Counseling Psychology (APA Accredited) University of Utah, Counseling Psychology Southwest Texas State University, Psychology (Cum Laude)
Fellow, American Psychological Association, 2009 Division 45 (Society for Psychological Study of Ethnic Minorities)
Licensed Psychologist (Texas) #31517
Academic
2009 - present 2007 - present 2007 - 2008 2000- 2007 1999- 2000
Clinical
2001 – present 2001
PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
Associate Dean for Research (9/1/2009), College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University
Associate Professor with Tenure, Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University
Co-Director of Training, Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University
Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University
Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Administration, Counseling, & Psychology, College of Education, Tarleton State University - Stephenville, TX
Diversity Trainer/Consultant, College Station, TX Counselor, Student Counseling Services, Texas A&M University
updated January 8, 2009
1999 – 1998
1996 – 1998 1996 – 1998 1995 – 1996
Psychology Intern, Counseling and Mental Health Center, University of Texas at Austin
Counselor, Women’s Resource Center, University of Utah Counselor, Center for Ethnic Student Affairs, University of Utah Practicum Counselor, University Counseling Center, University of Utah
AREAS OF RESEARCH INTEREST
Impact of the Acculturation Process on Latino Educational and Mental Health Disparities Intragroup Marginalization Marianismo, Latina College Student Persistence, and Mental Health Racial Prejudice and Multicultural Training
SCHOLARSHIP Publications (* = student status; d = student dissertation)
Refereed
23. Castillo, L. G., *L?pez-Arenas, A., & *Saldivar, I. M. (in press). The influence of acculturation and enculturation on Latino high school students' decision to apply to college. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development.
22. Castillo, L. G., *Phoummarath, M. J., & *Cano, M. A. (in press). Predictors of familial acculturative stress in Asian American college students. Journal of College Counseling.
21. Warren, C. S., Castillo, L. G., & Gleaves, D. H (2010). The sociocultural model of eating disorders in Mexican American women: Behavioral acculturation and cognitive marginalization as moderators. Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 18, 43-57. doi: 10.1080/10640260903439532
20. Castillo, L. G., Conoley, C. W., *Cepeda, L. M., *Ivy, K. K, & *Archuleta, D. J. (2010). Mexican American adolescents’ perceptions of a pro-college culture. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education,9, 61-72. doi: 10.1177/1538192709350454
19. Castillo, L. G. (2009). The role of intragroup marginalization in bicultural Latino college student adjustment. International Journal for the Advancement of Counseling, 31, 245-254. doi:10.1007/s10447-009-9081-5
18. Castillo, L. G., & *Caver, K (2009). Expanding the concept of acculturation in Mexican American rehabilitation psychology research and practice. Rehabilitation Psychology, 54, 351-362. doi: 10.1037/a0017801
17. Castillo, L. G., & *Kempner, K. P. (2008). Online career counseling with Mexican American adolescents. Journal of Technology in Counseling, 5, 1-12.
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16. dBoone, B. C., & Castillo, L. G. (2008). The impact of poetry therapy on secondary post- traumatic stress disorder symptoms of domestic violence counselors. Journal of Poetry Therapy, 21, 3-14.
15. Castillo, L. G., *Cano, M. A., *Chen, S.W., *Blucker, R., & *Olds, V. (2008). Family conflict and intragroup marginalization as predictors of acculturative stress in Latino college students. International Journal of Stress Management, 15, 43-52.
14. Castillo, L. G., Brossart, D. F., Reyes, C., Conoley, C. W., & *Phoummarath, M. J. (2007). The influence of multicultural training on perceived multicultural competencies and implicit racial prejudice. Journal of Multicultural Counseling & Development, 35, 243-254.
13. Castillo, L. G., Conoley, C. W., Brossart, D. F., & *Quiros, A. (2007). Construction and validation of the intragroup marginalization inventory. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 13, 232-240.
12. *Archuleta, D. J., Castillo, L. G., *King, J. J. (2006). Working with Latina adolescents in online support groups. Journal of School Counseling, 4, 3-16.
11. Castillo, L. G., & *Phoummarath, M. J. (2006). Culturally-competent school counseling with Asian American adolescents. Journal of School Counseling, 4(20), 2-19.
10. Castillo, L. G., *Archuleta, D. J., & *Van Landingham, A. (2006). The influence of employment status on depressive symptomatology in U.S.-born Mexican American women. Journal of Rural Community Psychology, 9, 1-17.
9. Castillo, L. G., Conoley, C. W., Choi-Pearson, C., *Archuleta, D. J., *Van Landingham, A., & *Phoummarath, M. J. (2006). University environment as a mediator of Latino ethnic identity and persistence attitudes. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 53, 267-271.
8. Castillo, L. G., Conoley, C. W., *King, J., *Rollins, D., *Veve, M., & *Rivera, S. (2006). Predictors of racial prejudice in White American counseling students. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 34, 15-26.
7. dBias, J. P., Conoley, C. W., & Castillo, L. G. (2005). Effective responses to teasing. The Childhood Care and Development Journal, 3, 15-39.
6. Castillo, L. G., Conoley, C. W., & Brossart, D. F. (2004). Acculturation, White marginalization, and family support as predictors of perceived distress in Mexican American female college students. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 51, 151-157.
5. Castillo, L. G., & Hill, R. D. (2004). Predictors of distress in Chicana college students. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 32, 234-248.
4. Choi-Pearson, C., Castillo, L. G., Maples, M. F. (2004). The impact of diversity training on racial prejudice of student affairs professionals. NASPA Journal, 42, 132-146.
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3. Misra, R., & Castillo, L. G. (2004). Academic stress among college students: A comparison of American and international students. International Journal of Stress Management, 11, 132–148.
2. Hill, R. D., Castillo, L. G., Ngu, L. Q., & Pepion, K. (1999). Helping ethnic minority graduate students pursue careers in academia: Lessons learned from the WICHE doctoral scholars program. The Counseling Psychologist, 27, 827-845.
1. Gloria, A. M., Castillo, L. G., Choi-Pearson, C. P., & Rangel, D. K. (1997). Competitive internship candidates: A national survey on internship training directors. The Counseling Psychologist, 25, 453-472.
Book Chapters and Reviews
4. Castillo, L. G., & *Cano, M. A. (2007). Mexican American psychology: Theory and clinical application. In C. Negy, (Ed.), Cross-cultural psychotherapy: Toward a critical understanding of diverse client populations (2nd ed.; pp. 85-102). Reno, NV: Bent Tree Press, Inc.
3. Castillo, L. G. (2004). Honoring nontraditional multiple cultural identities. In L. A. Flowers (Ed.), Diversity issues in American colleges and universities: Case studies for higher education and student affairs professionals (pp. 165-168). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.
2. Conoley, C. W., & Castillo, L. G. (2005). A review of the chapin social insight test. In R. A. Spies, & B. S. Plake (Eds.), The sixteenth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 190-192). Lincoln, NE: Buros Institute of Mental Measurements.
1. Conoley, C. W., & Castillo, L. G. (2005). A review of the DiSC classic. In R. A. Spies, & B. S. Plake (Eds.), The sixteenth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 312-314). Lincoln, NE: Buros Institute of Mental Measurements.
Research Reports
7. Goryzcki, L., Lynch, P., & Castillo, L. G. (April, 2009). Bryan ISD GEAR UP Annual Performance Report: 2008-2009. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University.
6. Castillo, L. G. (December, 2008). Gulf Coast GEAR UP Final Performance Report: 2002- 2008. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University.
5. Castillo, L. G. (April, 2008). Gulf Coast GEAR UP Annual Performance Report: 2007-2008. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University.
4. Castillo, L. G. (April, 2007). Gulf Coast GEAR UP Annual Performance Report: 2006-2007. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University.
3. Castillo, L. G. (April, 2006). Gulf Coast GEAR UP Annual Performance Report: 2005-2006. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University.
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2. Castillo, L. G. (2004). Migrant Clinician Network Family Violence Program: Evaluation report. Austin, TX: Migrant Clinician Network, Inc.
1. Choi-Pearson, C., Castillo, L. G., & Handog, J. (2004). Multicultural climate: Environmental influences of student of color success. Reno, NV: Division of Student Services, University of Nevada, Reno.
Under Review
7. Ojeda, L., Castillo, L. G., & Rosales, R. (under review). Mexican Americans in Higher Education: Acculturation, enculturation, and marginalization as predictors of academic persistence and life satisfaction. Manuscript submitted for publication consideration.
6. *Thompson, K. V., *Lightfoot, N. L., Castillo, L. G., & *Hurst, M. L. (under review). Influence of family’s perceptions of acting white on acculturative stress in African American college students. Manuscript submitted for publication consideration.
5. Schwartz, S. J., Weisskirch, R. S., Zamboanga, B. L., Castillo, L. G., Ham, L. S., Huynh, Q. L., et al. (Invited to revise-resubmit). Dimensions of acculturation: Associations with health risk behaviors among immigrant college students. Manuscript submitted for publication consideration.
4. Tong, F., Castillo, L. G., & *Perez, A. (under review). A psychological profile of acculturation, ethnic identity, and teacher efficacy among Latino in-service teachers of English. Manuscript submitted for publication consideration.
3. *Cano, M. A., & Castillo, L. G. (under review). The role of enculturation and acculturation in Latina college student distress. Manuscript submitted for publication consideration.
2. Castillo, L. G., *Perez, F. V., *Ghosheh, M.R., *Castillo, R. (under review). Construction and validation of the Marianismo Beliefs Scale. Manuscript submitted for publication consideration.
1. Stough, L. M., Villareal, E., & Castillo, L. G. (accepted pending revision). Disaster and social vulnerability: The case of undocumented Mexican migrant workers. Manuscript submitted for publication consideration.
Manuscripts in Progress
Ojeda, L., *Jimenez, N., Castillo, L. G., *Lightfoot, N., *Watson, B., & Castillo, R. (in progress). Acculturation, enculturation, and career decision self-efficacy as predictors of Latino boys’ well-being.
Ojeda, L., *Watson, B., Castillo, L. G., Khan, N., *Castillo, R., & Leigh, J. (in progress). Acculturation, enculturation, ethnic identity, and conscientiousness as predictors of Latino girls’ and boys’ career decision self-efficacy.
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Schwartz, S. J., Weisskirch, R. S., Hurley, E. A., Zamboanga, B. L., Castillo, L. G., Kim, S. Y., Greene, A. D., et al. (in progress). Communalism, famialism, and filial piety: Are they birds of a collective feather?
*Castillo, R., *Cano, M. A., *L?pez-Arenas, A., & Castillo, L. G. (in progress). Influence of academic environment, acculturative stress, and intragroup marginalization on academic persistence among Latino college students.
*Cano, M. A., *L?pez-Arenas, A., Castillo, L. G., & *Castillo, R. (in progress). Influence of acculturation, acculturative stress, and intragroup marginalization on alcohol use among Latino college students.
*Cano, M. A., *L?pez-Arenas, A., Castillo, L. G., & *Vaquero, J., Saldivar, I. M., & Thompson, K. (in progress). Influence of acculturation, ethnic identity, and Conscientiousness on Latino middle school students' educational expectations.
Liew, J., Castillo, L. G., *Chang, P., & *Chang, B. (in progress). Self-regulation and academic resilience of Asian American children’s school adjustment. Invited book chapter for F. Leong, L. Juang, D. B. Qin, & H. E. Fitzgerald, Asian American and Pacific Islander Children and Mental Health, Volume 1: Development and Context.
Vizcarra-Bordi,I., Misra, R., Vald?s-Ramos, R., Kaufer-Horwitz, M., Lee, S., Castillo, L. G., & Mier, N. (in progress). Vivir con diabetes Meillitus tipo 2 en lo cotidiano: Relaciones de g?nero en historias de familias migrantes de origen mexicano en Texas.
Misra, R., Castillo, L. G., Meir, N. (in progress). Quality of life, acculturation, depression, and social support among normal, pre-diabetic, and diabetic Mexican Americans.
Grant Activity (bold denotes role in the project)
Funded
11. 2008 - 2014 U.S. Department of Education. Bryan ISD GEAR UP Partnership, P334A080190, Principal Investigator. Co-PI Pat Lynch [$2,789,859]
10. 2007 - 2008 Mexican American and U.S. Latino Research Center, Texas A&M University.
The Role of Latino Teachers’ Characteristics on Their English-learning Students’ School Success. Co-Principal Investigator. [$5000]
9. 2007 - 2010 Leon County Government. Expanding Mental Health Services via Telehealth Technologies in Rural Communities. Co-Principal Investigator. Principal Investigator(s) Timothy Elliott and Daniel F. Brossart.
8. 2007 - 2008 U.S. Department of Education. Gulf Coast GEAR UP Partnership Project, P334A020151-07, Principal Investigator. Co-PI Daniel F. Brossart [$250,584]
7. 2006 - 2007 PIMSA Programa de Investigaci?n en Migracion y Salud (Research Program on Migration and Health), California-Mexico Health Initiative. Clinical and non-clinical factors
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on diabetes outcomes: A bi-national comparison of Mexican migrants and Mexican- American immigrants. Co-investigator. Principal Investigators(s) Ranjita Misra and Roxana Valdes-Ramos. [$40,000]
6. 2006 - 2007 Mexican American and U.S. Latino Research Center, Texas A&M University. Postsecondary Educational Persistence of Mexican American Students. Co-Principal Investigator. [$5000]
5. 2004 - 2005 CONACYT Collaborative Research Grant Program, Texas A&M University. Determinants, Outcomes & Burden of Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease among Mexicans and Mexican Americans: Need for a Public & Private Sector Partnership. Co- investigator. Principal Investigators(s) Ranjita Misra and Roxana Valdes-Ramos. [$24,000]
4. 2004 - Cox Foundation. Facilitating Middle School Teachers Knowledge about Teasing. Co- Principal Investigator(s) Collie W. Conoley, Linda Castillo, and Teri Metcalf. [$10,000]
3. 2003 - Cox Middle School Endowment. Facilitating middle school teachers' knowledge about school dropout of Hispanic students. Co-Principal Investigator(s) Collie W. Conoley, Linda Castillo, and Teri Metcalf. [$10,000]
2. 2003 - University of Reno - Reno; Office of Vice President of Student Affairs. The multicultural climate: Environmental influences on student success. Co-Principal Investigator(s) Catherine Choi-Pearson and Linda Castillo. [$2500]
1. 2001 - 2007 - U.S. Department of Education. GEAR-UP Gulf Coast Gear Up Partnership Project, P334A020151, Principal Investigator. Co-Principal Investigator(s) Teri Metcalf and Collie Conoley. [$1,402,052].
Submitted, Not funded
2008 – U.S. Department of Education. Master’s Training Program in School Counseling: Latino Children with Disabilities Proficiency. Co-Principal Investigator. PI Pat Lynch. (resubmission)
2008 – National Institute of Health, Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities. Mental health services delivered via telehealth and health disparities in rural areas. Co- investigator. PI Kenneth McLeroy.
2008 – National Institute of Health. Factors that influence diabetes management and outcomes: A bi-national comparison of Mexicans and Mexican Americans. Co-investigator. Principal Investigator Ranjita Misra.
2007 -NIH. Conceptual & Contextual Factors that Influence Diabetes Outcomes. Principal Investigators(s) Ranjita Misra and Roxana Valdes-Ramos. Co-investigator.
2007- U.S Department of Education. Project TIIPS - Transition Involvement by Immigrant Parents and Students: Developing a Culturally Responsive Program. Principle Investigator Dalun Zhang. Co-investigator.
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2006 – William T. Grant Foundation. Impact of GEAR UP and Psychosocial Cultural Factors on Mexican American College Persistence. Co-Principal Investigators: Linda Castillo and Daniel F. Brossart.
2005 - 2011 - U.S. Department of Education. Bryan ISD GEAR-UP Partnership Project. Co- Principal Investigator(s) Lauren Cifuentes and Linda Castillo.
2004 - Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education Research and Development Center Grants. Parent Awareness for Latino College Success. Co-Principal Investigator(s) Maricela Olivas, Lauren Cifuentes, Linda Castillo.
2004 - National Institute of Health. Psychotherapeutic Process for Mexican American Families. Principal Investigator Collie W. Conoley. Co-investigator.
2004 - Hogg Foundation. Measuring Intragroup Marginalization of U.S. -born Bicultural Mexican Americans. Principal Investigator.
2004 - Vice President for Research New Proposal Development Program, Texas A&M University. Diabetes Prevention among Mexican and Mexican Americans. Principal Investigators(s) Ranjita Misra and Roxana Valdes-Ramos. Co-investigator.
2004 – Verizon. Facilitating Hispanic Parents Involvement in School Via Technology. Co- Principal Investigator(s) Collie W. Conoley, Linda Castillo, and Teri Metcalf.
2003 - National Institute of Mental Health. The Efficacy of Solution Focused Family Therapy with Hispanic Families. Principal Investigator Collie W. Conoley. Co-investigator.
2003 - Rachal Foundation. Internet Counseling with Underserved, Rural 7th Grade Children. Principal Investigator Collie W. Conoley. Co-investigator.
2003 - American College Personnel Association Assessment Fund. The Multicultural Climate: Environmental Influences on Student Success. Co-Principal Investigator(s) Catherine Choi- Pearson and Linda Castillo.
2001 - Texas A&M College of Education Seed Grant. Examining the Impact of Multicultural Training on White Racial Consciousness Development. Principal Investigator.
Fellowships and Awards
Many Faces of Counseling Psychology Award. 2008 International Counseling Psychology Conference.
Nominated for National Latina/o Psychological Association Distinguished Professional Early Career Award, 2008.
Nominated for Division 17 Section on Race and Ethnic Diversity’s Outstanding Contribution to Scholarship on Race and Ethnicity Award, 2008.
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Nominated for Division 17 Fritz and Linn Kuder Early Career Scientist/Practitioner Award, 2007.


Nominated for Texas A&M University Extension, Outreach, Continuing Education and Professional Development Association of Former Students Award, 2007.
Winter Roundtable: Identity in Cultural Psychology, 2003. College of Education and Human Development: Faculty Development Award. Fall 2002 ($500).
Summer Online Course Conversion Grant. College of Education Online Course Enhancement Program. ($2000). 2002-2003.
Achievement in Chicana/o Psychology. Julian Samora Research Institute, 1998. Outstanding Contribution as a Psychology Alumnus. Southwest Texas State University, 1997. Compact for Faculty Diversity Fellowship. Western Interstate Commission for Higher Professional Presentations Peer Reviewed (* = student status)
National/International
Misra, R., Valdes-Ramos, R., Vizcarra-Bordi, I., Sukho Lee, S., Castillo, L. G., Riechman, S., Kaufer-Horwitz, M., Connely-Nicholson, A. (2009, November). Diabetes self-management and outcomes: A bi-national comparison of Mexicans and Mexican Americans. Poster to be presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA.
*Cano, M. A., *Davis, M. J., & Castillo, L. G. (October, 2009). The Influence of Cognitive Acculturation and Acculturative Stress on Alcohol Consumption among Hispanics. Poster presented at National Hispanic Science Network on Drug Abuse 9th Annual International Conference. Miami, FL.
*Castillo, R., Castillo, L. G., *Cano, M. A., & *Castillo, B. (November, 2008). The relationship of ethnic identity and acculturative stress on Latina eating pathology. Poster presented at the National Latina/o Psychological Association, Costa Mesa, CA.
Castillo, L. G., *L?pez-Arenas, A., *Saldivar, I. M. (November, 2008). The influence of acculturation and enculturation on Latino high school students' decision to apply to college. In L. G. Castillo (Chair), The complexity of acculturation on Latino educational persistence. Symposium conducted at the National Latina/o Psychological Association, Costa Mesa, CA.
*Cano, M. A., *L?pez-Arenas, A., Castillo, L. G. (November, 2008). The influence of cultural congruity and the acculturation process on perception of the university environment on Latino college students. In L. G. Castillo (Chair), The complexity of acculturation on Latino educational persistence. Symposium conducted at the National Latina/o Psychological Association, Costa Mesa, CA.
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*L?pez-Arenas, A., Castillo, L. G., *Cano, M. A. (November, 2008). The influence of acculturative stress on academic persistence of Latino college students. Paper presented at the National Latina/o Psychological Association, Costa Mesa, CA.
*Cano, M. A., *L?pez-Arenas, A., & Castillo, L. G. (October, 2008). A multidimensional analysis of acculturation in predicting alcohol consumption among Hispanics. Poster presented at National Hispanic Science Network on Drug Abuse 8th Annual International Conference, Washington, DC.
Misra, R., & Castillo, L. G. (2008, October). Quality of life, acculturation, depression, and social support among normal, pre-diabetic, and diabetic Mexican Americans. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Diego, CA.
Misra, R., Sosa, E. T., Ramos, R. V., Castillo, L. G., & Gonzalez, F. G. (2008, October). Differences in health behaviors among rural Mexicans, urban Mexicans and Mexican- Americans. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Diego, CA.
Castillo, L. G. (2008, March). Using online counseling to address educational disparities: Techniques, training, and supervision. Symposium conducted at the International Counseling Psychology Conference, Chicago, IL.
Castillo, L. G. (2007, August). Cultural considerations for mentoring Latinas. In A. M Gloria (Chair), Continued connections of strength: Mentoring Latinas through graduate school and beyond. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.
Castillo, L. G. (2007, August). Preparing underrepresented students for college: Project GEAR UP. In T. R. Elliott (Chair), Counseling psychologists with grant funds: Principal investigators reveal their secrets! Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.
Castillo, L. G., Conoley, C. W., & Brossart, D. F. (2007, August). Twinkies, oreos, and coconuts: In-group marginalization of bicultural individuals. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.
Castillo, L. G. (2007, July). Project Gulf Coast GEAR UP. In K. Burkham (Chair), Engaging students for success in GEAR UP schools. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the NCCEP/GEAR UP Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Castillo, L. G. (2006, October). Are you Latina/o enough? An introduction to intragroup marginalization theory and measurement. Paper presented at the 2006 National Latina/o Psychological Association conference, Milwaukee, WI.
Castillo, L. G. (2006, October). White attitudinal marginalization: Addressing behavioral and cognitive acculturation in Latino research. In R. Rosales (Chair), Avanzando: Enriching our understanding of Latino culture through research. Symposium presented at the 2006 National Latina/o Psychological Association conference, Milwaukee, WI.
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Castillo, L. G. (2006, August). Conducting culturally-grounded research. In Division 35’s Section on Concerns of Hispanic Women, Latinas into academia: Conversations about cultural connection and congruity. Roundtable conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.
*Phoummarath, M. J., *Pfeffer, A. J., Castillo, L. G., *Moore, K. B., & *Heads, A. M. (2006, August). Intragroup marginalization, acculturation, and acculturative stress among Asian American students. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.
*Olds, V., *Chen, S.W., *Cano, M., *Blucker, R., Castillo, L. G. (2006, August). Intragroup marginalization as a predictor of acculturative stress in Latino college students. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.
Misra, R., Valdes-Ramos, R., Anzueto, G., Castillo, L. G., Chatterjee, N., Kaufer-Horwitz, M., Caraveo, V., Green, J.S., & Womack, J.W. (2006, March). Differences in clinical and non- clinical determinants of diabetes and cardiovascular disease among Mexicans and Mexican Americans. Poster presented at the annual American Academy of Health Behavior Conference.
Misra, R., Valdes-Ramos, R., Anzueto, G., Lopez, A., Castillo, L. G., Kaufer-Horwitz, M., Caraveo, V., Green, J.S., & Womack, J.W. (2006, March). Prevalence of metabolic syndrome and associated risk factors in Mexicans in Mexico and Mexican Americans in the U.S. Poster presented at the annual American Academy of Health Behavior Conference.
*Kempner, K. G., & Castillo, L. G. (2004, July). Online Career Counseling with Latino Adolescents. In C. W. Conoley (Chair), Online counseling for low income Latino adolescents in a rural community. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.
*King, J., *Archuleta, D. J., & Castillo, L. G. (2004, July). Working with Latina adolescents in online support groups. In C. W. Conoley (Chair), Online counseling for low income Latino adolescents in a rural community. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.
*Warren, C. S., Gleaves, D. H., Castillo, L. G., & *Kloss, D. (2004, July). Sociocultural model of eating disorders: Gender and acculturation as moderators. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.
*King, J., *Rollins, D., *Veve, M., & *Rivera, S., Castillo, L. G. (2003, August). Predictors of racial prejudice in White college students. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Casta?eda, C., Reyes, C., & Castillo, L.G. (2002, August). The OQ-45 within a cultural context: Interpretations for Chicana women. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
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*Weber, D., & Castillo, L. G. (2002, August). Relationship of ethnic identity and university comfort on academic persistence. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL
*Cromwell, S., & Castillo, L. G. (2002, May). Validity of the OQ45 with Latinos. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Vancouver, Canada.
*Van Walsum, K., & Castillo, L .G. (2002, May). A factor analysis of the Oklahoma Racial Attitudes Scale. In Culture and the Self, symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Vancouver, Canada.
Castillo, L. G. (2000, March). Examining income, acculturation, gender-role conflict, and support in Chicana college students. In A. White (Chair), Invisibility of women of color in women of color spaces. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the Association for Women in Psychology, Salt Lake City, UT.
Castillo, L. G. (2000, March). Examining distress and sources of support in Chicana college students. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Women in Psychology, Salt Lake City, UT.
Castillo, L. G. (1998, August). Examining role conflict, distress, and social support in Chicana college students. In S. L. Morrow (Chair), Academic climate issues for racial and ethnic minorities in higher education. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.
Gariglietti, K., & Castillo, L. G. (1998, August). Internship application and selection: Resources and timeline. In S. J. Lopez (Chair), Surviving the internship application process: APAGS perspective. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.
Morrow, S. L., Castillo, L. G., Casta?eda, C., Ortega, L., Miramontes, E., Torres-Cacho, H. R., Arellano, L. M., Rivera, P., & Cordova, J. B. (1998, August). To find excellence: Academic climate for graduate women of color in counseling psychology and related programs. In S. L. Morrow (Chair), Academic climate issues for racial and ethnic minorities in higher education. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.
Castillo, L. G. (1998, April). Depressive symptomatology in Mexican American Women: Issues of social support. Poster session presented at the Innovations of Chicana/o Psychology: Looking Towards the 21st Century conference, East Lansing, Michigan.
Beardsley, B., Morrow, S. L., & Castillo, L. G. (1998, March). The practice of feminist therapy: Perceptions of experienced feminist therapists. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Women in Psychology, Baltimore, MD.
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Jackson, D. F., Rakhsha, G., Brzezinski, L. S., Castillo, L. G., Weitzman, L. M., Davis, L., Hawxhurst, D. (1998, March). Navigating rough waters: Conflict and consensus in feminist process. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Women in Psychology, Baltimore, MD.
Noumair, D. A., Baden, A., & Castillo, L. G. (1997, August). Multicultural feminism. In L. Forrest and F. R. Rosenberg (Co-chairs), The future of feminist counseling psychology: A cross-generational dialogue. Roundtable conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
Castillo, L. G. (1996, August). Depressive symptomatology in partnered and unpartnered Mexican-American women. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Gloria, A. M., Rangel, D. K., Choi-Pearson, C. P., & Castillo, L. G. (1995, August). Competitive internship candidates: A national survey on internship training directors. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New York, NY.
Regional/State Presentations
*Cano, M. A., *L?pez-Arenas, A., & Castillo, L. G. (2009, April). Examining Multiple Domains of Acculturation in Relation to Alcohol Consumption Among Hispanics. Poster presented at 13th Annual Student Research Symposium, College Station, TX
*Cano, M. A., Castillo, L. G., & *Blucker, R. (2007, January). The importance of assessing for cognitive acculturation in Latina/o research. Poster presented at the annual Educational Research Exchange conference of the College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
*Phoummarath, M. J., *Pfeffer, A. J., Castillo, L. G., *Moore, K. B., & *Heads, A. M. (2007, January). Intragroup marginalization, acculturation, and acculturative stress among Asian American students. Paper presented at the annual Educational Research Exchange conference of the College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
*Cepeda, L., *Barnes, A., Castillo, L. G., & Conoley, C. W. (2003, November). The merits of computer mediated communication for interpersonal counseling. In C. W. Conoley (Chair), Internet counseling for 7th grade children in underserved areas. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Texas Psychological Association, Dallas, TX.
*Lamothe, M. B., *Ivy, K. K., Castillo, L. G., & Conoley, C. W. (2003, November). Technology issues in internet counseling. In C. W. Conoley (Chair), Internet counseling for 7th grade children in underserved areas. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Texas Psychological Association, Dallas, TX.
Castillo, L. G. (2002, February). Clinical Significance: What is it and how do we evaluate it? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southwest Education Research Association, Austin, TX.
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Castillo, L. G., *Mahadevan, L, Garcia, G., Jr., & *Hogue, J. (2002, February). Validity of the outcome questionnaire with university counseling center clients. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southwest Education Research Association, Austin, TX.
Castillo, L. G. (1994, April). Depression in low-income single parent Hispanic families. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association, San Antonio, TX.
TEACHING AND OUTREACH
Undergraduate
Introduction to Counseling Culture, Minority, and Gender Issues The Counseling Process
Graduate
Mexican American Psychology: Theory & Research (Distance Course) Measurement and Evaluation in Education and Psychology (Distance Course) Techniques of Counseling Psychotherapeutic Process Practicum
Career Counseling Multicultural Counseling Counseling Practicum I (Doctoral Student Section) Counseling Practicum I (School Counseling Student Section) Internship in School Counseling Field Practicum
Outreach Activities Related to Continuing Professional Education
Castillo, L. G. (2005). Study Skills: How Parents can Help. Workshop presented at Odem High School, Odem Independent School District, Odem, TX.
Castillo, L. G. (2004). Introduction to Multicultural Counseling. Web-based course for mental health providers. Continuing Education & Public Outreach, College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University.
Castillo, L .G. (2004). Understanding and Valuing Cultural Differences. Web-based course for K-12 teachers and administrators. Continuing Education & Public Outreach, College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University.
Castillo, L.G., & Anhalt, K. (July, 2002). NCBI Prejudice reduction workshop. Jane Long Middle School, Bryan Independent School District, Bryan, TX.
Arnillas, B., & Castillo, L.G. (July, 2002). NCBI Prejudice reduction workshop. Medical Science Library Staff, Texas A&M University.
Castillo, L. G. (February, 1997). A Glimpse at the Mexican American Culture. University of Utah Counseling Center, University of Utah.
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Castillo, L. G. (October, 1996). The Chicana Experience. University of Utah Counseling Center, University of Utah.
Outreach Activities Related to Continuing Student Education
Castillo, L. G., (September, 2008). Overcoming Barriers in Education. Bryan High School Avid class. Bryan, TX.
Castillo, L. G. (September, 2008). NCBI Prejudice reduction workshop. Effects of Culture, Diversity, and Poverty (Dr. Jamilia Blake), EPSY 689, Texas A&M University.
Castillo, L. G. (July, 2008). Are you Latino Enough? Intragroup Marginalization Theory and Measurement. At-Risk Hispanic Families and Their Young Children (Dr. Jorge Gonzales), SPSY 689, Texas A&M University.
Castillo, L. G. (July, 2008). Life as a Coconut: Intragroup Marginalization's Impact on Latino Identity. Texas A&M's Committee for the Awareness of Mexican American Culture, 20th Annual Student Conference on Latino Affairs. Texas A&M University.
Castillo, L. G. (December, 2007). Careers in Psychology. Odem High School Career Day, Odem, TX.
Castillo, L. G. (December, 2007). Careers in Psychology. Sinton High School Career Day, Sinton, TX.
Castillo, L. G. (November, 2003). Sources of Distress for Mexican American Women. Memorial Student Center Committee on the Awareness of Mexican American Culture, Texas A&M University.
Arnillas, B., & Castillo, L.G. (July, 2002). NCBI Prejudice reduction workshop. Diversity Issues in Child Clinical Psychology class (Dr. Karla Anhalt), SPSY 689, Texas A&M University.
Castillo, L. G. (February, 2000). Women and Relationships. Presidential Honor Society Brown Bag Series, Tarleton State University.
Castillo, L. G., & Diaz, M. L. (January, 1999). The Art of Listening. Resident Assistant Peer Counselor Training, University of Texas at Austin.
Castillo, L. G., & Diaz, M. L. (January, 1999). Cultural Adaptation. International Student Orientation, University of Texas at Austin.
Griffith, L., & Castillo, L. G. (November, 1998). The Art of Listening. Women’s Resource Center Training, University of Texas at Austin.
Castillo, L. G., & Levy, L. (October, 1998). Ba Fa, Ba Fa. The Empowerment Group, University of Texas at Austin.
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Alexander, D., & Castillo, L. G. (September,1998). He says, She says: Understanding How Men & Women Communicate. Food For Thought Series, University of Texas at Austin.
Castillo, L. G. (May, 1998). Latina Leadership Workshop. Latino/a Youth Leadership Conference, University of Utah.
Castillo, L. G. (April, 1997). Careers in Psychology: Becoming a Graduate Student. Psychology Alumni Speaker Series, Southwest Texas State University.
Castillo, L. G. (April, 1997). People Helping People: A Feminist Approach to Counseling. Psychology Alumni Speaker Series, Southwest Texas State University.
Castillo, L. G. (July, 1997). Getting into Graduate School. Summer Extended Opportunity Program, University of Utah.
Castillo, L. G. (July, 1997). The Politics of Graduate School. Summer Research Opportunity Program, University of Utah.
Castillo, L. G. (November, 1997). Women’s Career Development Workshop. Women’s Resource Center, University of Utah.
Castillo, L. G. (December, 1996). Managing Time, Managing Stress. Compact for Faculty Diversity Institute, Boston, MA.
Castillo, L. G. (July, 1996). Getting into a Counseling Psychology Doctoral Program. Summer Research Opportunity Program, University of Utah.
Student Advising and Committees
Dissertation in Progress, Chair:
1. Karlen Moore. Do Black elementary-aged children’s perception of same-race professional role models moderate the relationship between career aspirations/vocational choice and school engagement?
2. Miguel A. Cano. A Multidimensional Analysis of Acculturation’s Relationship to Hazardous Alcohol Consumption among Hispanics
3. Flor Perez. The Impact of Cultural Gender Role Beliefs on Depression in Mexican American Women.
4. Lesley- Ann Brown. Examining the relationship between minority status stress, leadership values, and persistence in Black collegians at predominantly White institutions.
5. Morgan Hurst. Examining the relationship between racial identity status and race-related stress in African Americans.
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6. Rosalinda Castillo. Re-validation of the Marianismo Beliefs Scale. 7. Allison Niebes-Davis.
Dissertation Completed, Chair:
1. Angela Heads. Topic: Perfectionism and its relationship to racial identity, psychological adjustment, stress, and coping, August 2009.
2. Marion Phammourath. Topic: Examining the moderating effects of campus connectedness on cultural orientation and persistence attitudes of Laotian American college students, August 2009.
3. Clint Quisenberry. Murder, mayham, and mourning: A qualitative study of the reactions of homicide survivors. December 2008.
4. Lori Gonzalez. Topic: Why can’t we all be friends? Do friendships influence the perception of racial teasing, December 2008.
5. Kim Pruitt Kempner. Ethical climate, student-faculty relationship, and graduate student stress, Summer 2007.
6. Beth Boone. The impact of internet writing on secondary posttraumatic stress symptoms in domestic violence counselors, Summer 2006.
Dissertation in Progress, Committee Member (abbreviation if outside department):
1. Bernice Sanchez-Perez (TLAC) 2. Matt Davis 3. Misael Obregon (SOCI) 4. Juanita Garcia (SOCI)
5. Nelson Atehortua (HLKN) 6. Victor Villareal
Dissertation Completed, Committee Member:
1. Brigitt Lamothe-Francois. Topic: Haitian women and domestic violence: An assessment of the influence of the mother-daughter relationship, Spring 2008.
2. Bryan Duncan. Topic: Examining the therapeutic compliment with African Americans, Spring 2007.
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3. Alisa Van Landingham: A test of objectification theory and its relationship to feminist identity, Fall 2006.
4. Cortney Warren. (PSY program) Topic: Cultural moderators of body image and eating disorders, Summer 2006.
5. Crystal Pearson. Topic: Measuring Eating Disorder Attitudes and Behaviors: A Reliability Generalization Study, Fall 2006.
6. Raphael Cuellar. Validity of the Anger Implicit Association Test, Summer 2005.
7. Jennifer King. Gender ideology: Impact of dual-career couples’ role strain, marital satisfaction and life satisfaction, Fall 2005.
8. Michelle Corove Fingeret (PSY program). Topic: Eating Disorders, Summer 2004.
9. Keisha Henry (PSY program). Topic: African American women and body image, Summer 2004.
10. Erica Sosa (HLKN). Mexican American mothers’ perceptions of childhood obesity and their role in prevention, Summer 2009.
11. Jing Zhang (HLKN). Acculturation and psychosocial adjustment of Chinese international students: Examining mediation and moderation effects.
Master’s in Progress, Committee Member:
1. Emily Inglet 2. San Juanita Garcia
Master’s Completed, Chair:
1. Kimberly Anaya Hunter, Spring 2005. 2. Erin Robison, Spring 2005. 3. Sarah Wright, Spring 2005. 4. Tracy Ludwig, Spring 2005.
5. Jennifer Gamewell, Summer 2005. 6. Tommi Latta, Fall 2005. 7. Nicole Wagner, Spring 2006 8. Herlinda Gonzalez, Spring 2006
9. Philip Madkins, Summer 2006 10. Mona Ghosheh, Spring 2008 11. Tzu-Fen Chang (Co-Chair), Summer 2009 12. Bea Castillo, Spring 2009 13. Araceli Lopez, Summer 2009
Master’s Completed, Committee Member:
1. Martha Garica-Opersteny, Fall 2008
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2. Dana Freund (EDAD program), Spring 2006. 3. Leslie-Ann Brown (EDAD program), Spring 2006. 4. Analesa Clarke (PSY program), Spring 2006. 5. Cortney Warren (PSY program), Spring 2004. 6. Justin Estes, Summer 2009 7. Kelly Caver, Summer 2009 8. Anna Bayer, Summer 2009 9. Whitney Walker, Summer 2009
Student Awards/Fellowships/Honorary Recognition
Brown, L. A. (2009). Carolyn Lohman/Heep Fellowship College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University.
Cano, M. A. (2009). National Hispanic Science Network on Drug Abuse, Travel Fellowship. Received travel funds to present research at the annual National Hispanic Science Network conference.
Cano, M. A., (2008). NLPA Student Travel Scholarship. Received travel scholarship to present research at the annual National Latina/o Psychological Association conference.
L?pez-Arenas, A. (2008). Ford Foundation Predoctoral Diversity Fellowship. Honorable Mention.
Cano, M. A. (2008). Ford Foundation Predoctoral Diversity Fellowship. Honorable Mention. Cano, M. A. (2008). NHSN Scientific Development Travel Fellowship. Received travel funds to
present research at the annual National Hispanic Science Network conference.
Cano, M. A., Castillo, R., Perez, F. (2007). Received national travel award and invitation to participate in the Espacio USA: Vanguardia Latina conference in Washington DC.
King, J., Rollins, D., Veve, M., & Rivera, S. (2003). Received university award at the annual Student Research Week for their poster on Predictors of racial prejudice in White college students.
Cano, M. A. (2006). Received National Student Scholarship to attend the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities' (HACU) 20th Annual Conference: "20 Years of Championing Hispanic Higher Education Success."
Phoummarath, M. J., Pfeffer, A. J., Moore, K. B., & Heads, A. M. (2007). Paper selected for the Texas A&M University, College of Education and Human Development’s student panel of the annual Educational Research Exchange conference.
SERVICE
Editorial Boards
Member, Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, February 2009 – present.
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Member, Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, February 2008 – present.
Member, Journal of Counseling Psychology, January 2008 - present.
Member, Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, June 2006 – June 2009.
Ad Hoc Reviewer, Diabetes Care, 2006 - present.
National
Treasurer, National Latina/o Psychological Association, 2009 - present. Section Secretary, American Psychological Association, Division 35 Psychology of Women
Hispanic/Latina Concerns Section (III), 2007 - 2008. Member, American Psychological Association, Division 17 Society of Counseling Psychology
Program Committee, 2006-2009.
Judge, APA's Section III Hispanic/Latina Concerns Student Paper Award, 2008.
Judge, National Latino/a Psychological Association Conference Student Travel Award, 2008.
Reviewer, 2008 International Counseling Psychology Conference.
Textbook Proposal Reviewer, Handbook of Multicultural Measures. SAGE, 2008.
Textbook Reviewer, Handbook of Multicultural Counseling (2nd ed.) SAGE, 2006.
Textbook Reviewer, Counseling Across Cultures (5th ed.) SAGE, 2005.
Textbook Reviewer, Adult Career Counseling & Development, Brooks/Cole, 2005.
Textbook Reviewer, Using Race & Culture in Counseling and Psychotherapy, Allyn & Bacon, 2002.
Reviewer, 2006 National Latina/o Psychological Association Conference, 2006. Reviewer, 2004 National Latina/o Psychological Association Conference, 2004.
University
Member. Bush Excellence Awards for International Research Selection Committee. 2009 Member. Associate VP for Graduate Studies Search Committee. 2009. Member, President’s Council on Climate and Diversity, Texas A&M University, 2007-2009.
President, Mexican American/Latino Faculty Association (MALFA), Texas A&M University, 2007 - 2008.
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MALRC Grant Reviewer. Mexican American/Latino Research Center, Texas A&M University, 2008.
Member, Hispanic Network Leadership Committee, Texas A&M University & Bryan ISD, 2007- present.
Faculty Member Representative. 2006 Texas A&M Hispanic Network Post Summit Planning Retreat, January 2006.
Faculty Member Representative. 2005 Texas A&M Hispanic Network Summit, Creating a Hispanic Agenda: Engaging Texas A&M's Leadership, October, 2005.
Member, Mexican American/Latino Faculty Association (MALFA), Texas A&M, 2003 - present. Member, Mexican American/Latino Research Center, Texas A&M, 2004- present.
Diversity Education Trainer, National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) Texas A&M Affiliate, 2001- present.
Judge, Southwest Educational Research Association 26th Annual Conference Outstanding Paper Award, 2002.
Judge, 7th Annual Educational Research Exchange Student Paper Award. College of Education, Texas A&M, 2002.
Committee on Internship and Related Training Activities, American Psychological Association of Graduate Students, 1997-1999.
Student Advisor, M?vimiento Estudiantil Chicana y Chicano de Aztl?n, University of Utah, 1997-1998.
Student Representative, Admissions Committee, Counseling Psychology Program, University of Utah, 1994-1997.
Committee for the Advancement of Multiculturalism, University of Utah Counseling Center, University of Utah, 1995-1997.
Mentor, Summer Research Opportunity Program, University of Utah, 1996.
College
Member. CEHD Technology Council. College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University 2008 - 2009.
Member. Faculty Advisory Council. College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University 2008 - 2009.
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Vice Chair. Council of Principal Investigators. College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University, 2008 - 2009.
Member. Council of Principal Investigators. College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University, 2007 - 2008.
Member. TCALL Director Search Committee. Texas A&M University, 2007 - 2008. Member. Dean of College of Education and Human Development Search Committee. 2005 -
2006.
Department/Program
Member, 40th Anniversary EPSY symposia planning committee. 2009 Field Practicum Coordinator. 2008 - 2009. Chair, CPSY Assistant Professor Search Committee. 2008 Faculty Mentor, CPSY Visiting Assistant professors. 2008
Created Counseling Psychology’s School Counseling Track Handbook. 2006. Member. Dissertation of the Year Review Committee. 2006 – present.
Member. Associate/Full Professor Counseling Psychology Program Search Committee. 2005- 2006.
Assistant Professor Representative, Department of Educational Psychology Executive Committee, 2004 -2005.
Professional Affiliations
National Latino/a Psychological Association American Counseling Association
Association of Multicultural Counseling & Development American Psychological Association:
Counseling Psychology, Division 17 Division 17's Section on Ethnic and Racial Differences Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues, Division 45 Society for the Psychology of Women, Division 35 Division 35’s Section on Concerns of Hispanic Women
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