Therapeutic Pedagogy: A Mindful Practice to Address 21st Century Educational Challenges in Higher Education

Gizelle Carr, Ph.D.

October 31, 2017


Dr. Gizelle Carr Assistant Professor teaches within the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Degree program in the Counseling Psychology program, housed within the Department of Human Development and Psychoeducational Studies (HDPES) in the School of Education. HDEPS is an APA-accredited program designed to train professional psychologists in the Scientist-Practitioner model consistent with APA-accreditation guidelines. Dr. Carr's research interests include xenophobia for immigrants of color, intersectionality and feminist psychology, qualitative research, mental health assessment of girls in the juvenile justice system and therapeutic jurisprudence and therapeutic pedagogy.

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