Carlos Orozco Bio

Psychologist III

Personal Statement:
My professional and research interests are in the areas of multicultural counseling and assessment, psychosocial cultural adjustment, anxiety and depression. I welcome every opportunity to work with practicum counselors or psychology interns. I integrate different counseling techniques within a brief therapy model including interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, existential, and multicultural counseling approaches. On a personal note, I am a family oriented individual and enjoy spending leisure time with my spouse and three kids. I am fluent in Spanish and enjoy working with Latin American students who request a Spanish-speaking counselor.

Academic Training:
Ed.D., Counseling Psychology, Northern Arizona University
M.A., Education, Counseling, Northern Arizona University
B.A., Psychology (Child Psychology Emphasis), Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Mexico

Internship:
Counseling and Testing Center, Northern Arizona University

Licensure/Certification:
Licensed Psychologist, Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists, No. 31762

Areas of Special Interest:
Anxiety and depression; multicultural counseling and assessment; psychosocial and cultural adjustment; and acculturative stress

Theoretical Orientation:
I integrate different counseling techniques within a brief therapy model including interpersonal, cognitive- behavioral, existential, and multicultural counseling approaches.

 


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