Counseling Psychology TEAM Lab
Our research lab is composed of faculty and students along the academic continuum of higher education–from the undergraduate level to terminal degree–representing various disciplines, research interests, and research experience.
In the spirit of the diversity of interests and experiences represented in the lab, the Counseling Psychology TEAM researchers examine a number of topics, with the aim of shifting paradigms of understanding toward equity and justice. The TEAM lab investigates the ways in which multicultural and diversity characteristics intersect with and impact “established” mental health and behavioral constructs, including health disparities in mental and physical wellness constructs, such as disordered eating and Multiple Sclerosis, psychology trainee competencies, leadership, and other constructs within multicultural studies (broadly defined).
- SIMMS (Stress Indicators in Minorities with Multiple Sclerosis)
- MS REACH (Restoring Education & Awareness to Conquer Health Outreach)
- The Curvy Ideal in African American Women
- Microaggressions in Trainees
- Body Image Ideals & Gender Identity
- Spiritual Abuse, Ethnic Identity, & Belongingness
- Diversity and Training with Problems in Professional Competency
- Women of Color in Leadership
Want to learn more about our lab projects? Contact:
Donielle Curry, Graduate Assistant