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Derald W Sue

Professional Background

Educational Background

B.S., Oregon State University; M.S. Counseling Psychology, Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, University of Oregon.

SPECIAL LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS
Licensed Psychologist, State of California #3997.
National Register of Health Service Providers.
Certified Hypnotherapist.

Scholarly Interests

Multicultural counseling and psychotherapy. Psychology of racism and antiracism. Cultural diversity. Cultural competence. Multicultural organizational development. Mental Health Law.

Selected Publications

Publications:  Journal Articles

Sue, D. W. (under review).  Race Talk: The Psychology of Racial Dialogues.  American Psychologist. 

Sue, D. W., Rivera, D. P., Watkins, N. L., Kim, R. H., Kim, S. & Williams, C. D. (2011). Racial dialogues: Challenges faculty of color face in the classroom.  Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. 17, 331-340.

Sue, D. W. (2011).  The Challenge of White Dialectics:  Making the “Invisible” Visible.  The Counseling Psychologist, 39, 415-422.

Publications: Chapters 

Sue, D. W. (in press).  The continuing multicultural journey.  In M. Gallardo (Ed.). Embracing cultures: From Mainstream to Multiculturalism. Newbury Park, CA:  Sage.

Sue, D. W. (2010).  Reflections and observations of persistence and memory:  A collection of essays on diversity.  In S. J. Hill & A. E. Hinton (Eds.).  pp. 7-10. Persistence and Memory.  Susquehanna:  Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania.

Sue, D. W. (2010). Microaggressions, Marginality and Oppression.  In D. W. Sue (Ed.).  pp. 3-22. Microaggressions and Marginality.  Hoboken, NJ:  Wiley.

Publications: Books

Sue, D. W., Gallardo, M., & Neville, H. (in press). Case studies in multicultural counseling and therapy.  Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Sue, D., Sue, D. W., Sue, D., & Sue, S. (2014).  (2nd edition). Essentials of Understanding Abnormal Behavior.  Boston: Cengage.

Sue, D. W., Sue, S., & Sue, D. (2013).  Understanding abnormal behavior. (10th edition). Boston: Cengage.

Sue, D. W. & Sue, D. (2013).  Counseling the Culturally Diverse:  Theory and Practice. (6th edition). Hoboken, New Jersey:  John Wiley & Sons.



CCPJ 4064: Theories of Counseling

Approaches to counseling; theories and research findings; educational, vocational, and personal counseling; typical problems; illustrative cases.

CCPJ 4165: Consultation in community agencies and resources

Community services and programs in family and personal counseling, health and child care, mental health, career counseling, job placement, and service to the aged.

CCPJ 4560: Professional and ethical issues in psychological counseling

Professional orientation for Ed.M. students in psychological counseling. Ethics and professional issues; employment opportunities and work settings (masters only).

CCPJ 5020: Racism and racial identity in psychology and education

A review of the debate on the influence of race and racism on education, mental health, and other social sciences. Introduction of current theoretical and research developments which explore the influence and role of racial identity (black and white) in individual development and professional practice.

CCPJ 5063: Psychological and cultural aspects of disability and rehabilitation

Personality theory and physical disabilities. Personality and environmental variables in the adjustment and rehabilitation process.

CCPJ 5164: Multicultural counseling and psychology

Introduces students to a range of approaches used in psychology and other disciplines for developing therapeutic interventions across diverse racial, cultural, and linguistic groups. Examination of culturally indigenous perspectives of and approaches to mental health and healing. Introduction to culturally based counseling methods.

CCPJ 5165: Racial-cultural counseling laboratory

Permission and application required. Prerequisites: Admission into the Ed.M. program in Psychological Counseling or Ph.D. program in Counseling Psychology; CCPJ 4064, CCPJ 5371, CCPJ 5025, and either CCPJ 5020 or CCPJ 5164. An advanced experiential skill-oriented and didactic course with limited enrollment (30) intended to provide insights into the racial, social, and cultural factors in the development of relationships in counseling. The course uses a minimum competence model focused on self-exploration and the use of counseling skills.

CCPJ 6560: Advanced Professional Issues

Students will familiarize themselves with a range of professional issues that affect their learning and development as counseling psychologists and will have the opportunity to explore topics not currently available in the curriculum. Limited to doctoral students in psychology.

CCPJ 6572: Multicultural competencies

Permission of instructor required. Students participate in ongoing research under the direction of a faculty member. Participation includes formulation of hypotheses, identification of appropriate variables and measures, data collection and analysis, and preparation of research reports. Students register for two consecutive terms.

CCPJ 6573: Cross cultural research

Permission of instructor required. Students participate in ongoing research under the direction of a faculty member. Participation includes formulation of hypotheses, identification of appropriate variables and measures, data collection and analysis, and preparation of research reports. Students register for two consecutive terms.

CCPJ 6574: Multicultural perspectives on social attitudes, identity, and development

Permission of instructor required. Students participate in ongoing research under the direction of a faculty member. Participation includes formulation of hypotheses, identification of appropriate variables and measures, data collection and analysis, and preparation of research reports. Students register for two consecutive terms.

CCPJ 6902: Advanced Research and Independent Study in Counseling Psychology

CCPJ 7502: Dissertation seminar

Permission required. Prerequisite: CCPJ 5560 and CCPJ 6572-CCPJ 6579. An advanced research course designed to facilitate the development of doctoral dissertations and presentation of plans for approval at all steps in the process. Required of all doctoral students before or after an approved proposal. Registration limited to two terms. For requirements, see section in catalog on Continuous Registration for Ed.D./Ph.D. degrees.