The 2019 Graduate Counseling Psychology
Each year, the Graduate Counseling Psychology Research Symposium celebrates the exceptional academic work of Mount Saint Mary's University graduate students in the General Counseling Psychology specialization.
The goals of the event are twofold: (1) to showcase exceptional graduate-level research that generates scholarly dialogue; and (2) to draw attention to outstanding scholarly accomplishments of MSMU students, which is a great way to learn about all the wonderful research that our students are engaged in.
MSMU students, parents, family, friends, and research mentors are invited to attend the Symposium.
The presenting students have some great projects to share, so don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn about some unique research!
2019 Symposium Presenters
Latina Women in STEM: Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling
Social Isolation Among Seniors: Impact on Health Among the Latino Community
Maria (Teresa) Juarez-Farfan
A Reflection: Inferiority Complex among African American Students within K-6 Education
Ebony O'Neal- Randolph
How Institutional Agents Support DACA Students
The Support System of Latina First-Generation College Students in Their Transition to College
Imposter Syndrome in Latina First-Generation College Students
Latina College Students and the Cultural Effects of Marianismo and Machismo
Utilizing Integrated Indigenous Healing and Western Psychotherapy