“Implications of Diversity on Counseling Psychology”

BB 1108, Beirut campus

The Department of Social Sciences is organizing a lecture entitled “Global and Domestic Diversity: Implications on Counseling Psychology” conducted by Dr. Nassar-McMillian.

Dr. Nassar-McMillian is currently a Professor and Program Coordinator of Counselor Education at North Carolina State University. She has served in a variety of clinical mental health, schools, and college settings over the past 25 years. She has published 3 books, 22 book chapters, and 37 refereed journal articles, and has lectured and consulted in more than a dozen countries. She has conducted research on psychological and other acculturative impacts with immigrants and refugees from multiple countries of origin from the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region. Her most recent work in this area is an edited text entitled Biopsychosocial Care of Arab Americans: Perspectives on Culture, Development, and Health, in press with Springer, knitting together the works of prominent scholars across sociology, psychology, and medical fields. She is often consulted as a content expert in this area and has served as an advisor to organizations such as the American Psychological Association and the Arab American Institute Foundation’s Census Information Center. 

All are welcome to attend.