Carlos Orozco Bio
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.
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
Counseling and Testing Center, Northern Arizona University
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
I integrate different counseling techniques within a brief therapy model including interpersonal, cognitive- behavioral, existential, and multicultural counseling approaches.