Steven Zuniga Bio

Psychology Intern

Personal Statement:
I’m very excited to be back in College Station this year to complete my internship at the SCS!  I’m a Texas native and proud Aggie (Class of 2010). I find working with college students very rewarding, as it is a privilege to provide mental health support during this transitionary period.  As a counselor, I hope to provide a safe and collaborative environment for students to explore thoughts and emotions in order for them to achieve goals and improve daily functioning.  During my free time, I enjoy reading, exploring parks/the outdoors, collecting vinyl records, attending live music events, and taking trips on the weekends to visit family and friends located nearby!

Academic Training:
Ph.D. Candidate, Counseling Psychology, Oklahoma State University (expected 2017)
M.S., Educational Psychology, Oklahoma State University (2013)
M.S., Psychology, University of Texas at San Antonio (2012)
B.S., Psychology, Texas A&M University (2010)

Student Counseling Service, Texas A&M University

Areas of Special Interest:
Racial/Ethnic Identity, Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity, Intersectionality of Identities, Social Justice and Diversity Issues, Working with Undocumented Students, Working with Student Veterans, Relationship Concerns, Supervision/Training

Theoretical Orientation:
I view my theoretical orientation as Integrative with emphasis on a person-centered framework to develop a strong therapeutic alliance and foster a warm, supportive environment.  Additionally, I incorporate elements of relational-cultural, existential, cognitive-behavioral and feminist approaches into my work with students.

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