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George V Gushue

Professional Background

Educational Background

Ph.D. Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY

Counseling Psychology A.B. Fordham University, Bronx, NY
Philosophy/English Literature
Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa

Languages: Fluent in Spanish (oral and written)
Current License: Psychologist, New York State (1997-present)

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Scholarly Interests

The psychological impact of race/culture on social cognition (especially perception, judgment, memory, and attribution). Social cognitive factors in client evaluation, counseling practice, and career development. Health psychology. Group and family counseling. The psychosocial dimensions of HIV/AIDS.

Selected Publications

School Counselors' Ethnic Tolerance Attitudes and Racism Attitudes
as Predictors of their Multicultural Case Conceptualization of an Immigrant Student

Madonna G ConstantineGeorge V Gushue
Journal of Counseling and Development: JCD. Alexandria: Spring 2003.Vol.81,Iss.2;pg. 185
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Lazarus and Group Psychotherapy:  AIDS in the Era of Protease Inhibitors.
Gushue, George V; Brazaitis, Sara J.
 
Counseling Psychologist; Sage Publications, US. May 2003. Vol. 31, Iss. 3; pgs. 314-342
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Examining Individualism, Collectivism, and Self-Differentiation
in African American College Women.

George V Gushue, Madonna G Constantine.
Journal of Mental Health Counseling. Alexandria: Jan 2003. Vol. 25, Iss. 1; p. 1 (15 pages)
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Remembering Race:  White Racial Identity Attitudes
and Two Aspects of Social Memory.

Gushue, George V.; Carter, Robert T.
Journal of Counseling Psychology. Apr 2000. Vol. 47, Iss. 2; pgs. 199-210
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At the Crossroads: Racial and Womanist Identity Development
in Black and White Women.

Parks, Elizabeth E; Carter, Robert T; Gushue, George V.
 
Journal of Counseling & Development.  Jul-Aug1996.  Vol. 74, Iss. 6; pgs. 624-631
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White Racial Identity Development and Work Values.
Carter Robert T., Gushue George V. and Weitzman Lauren M.
Journal of Vocational Identity.  1994.  Vol. 4; pgs. 185 - 197
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custom course list

4902 CCPJ Research and Independent Study in Psychological Counseling
Students may register for intensive individual study of a topic of special interest.

5062 CCPJ Career Counseling and Development
An overview of theories, processes, and determinants of occupational choice and career development. The history and current trends of career development theories and vocational counseling will be discussed. Consideration will be given to both developmental and contextual factors which influence career decisions. Special emphasis is devoted to techniques of appraisal or methods of assessment in career counseling, including the use of interviews, tests, and work simulations. This course also highlights various issues related to the vocational development of diverse client populations in light of contemporary socio-political phenomena.

5364 CCPJ Advanced practicum in cross-cultural counseling and psychotherapy

6560 CCPJ Advanced Professional Issues
Students will familiarize themselves with a range of professional issues that effect their learning and development as Counseling Psychologists as well as having the opportunity to explore topics not currently available in the curriculum.

6902 CCPJ Advanced Research and Independent Study in Counseling Psychology
Students may register for intensive individual study of a topic of special interest.

8900 CCPJ Dissertation Advisement
Students may register for intensive individual study of a topic of special interest.

 

Note:   For more information on these courses, please go to http:www.tc.edu/programs/Counseling-Psych/courses.htm

 

CCPJ 4902: Research and Independent Study in Psychological Counseling

CCPJ 5062: Career Counseling and Development

General concepts of career development and methods of assessment in career counseling. This course also highlights various issues related to the career development of diverse client populations in light of contemporary socio-political phenomena. Materials fee: $40.

CCPJ 5364: Advanced practicum in multi-cultural counseling and psychotherapy

Course will involve a weekly seminar, client assignments with individual supervision, and discussion of culturally relevant clinical interviews. Prerequisites: CCPJ 4064, CCPJ 5025, CCPJ 5062, CCPJ 5371, and either HUDK 4022, or HUDK 4023 or HUDK 4024. Open only to doctoral students in counseling psychology.

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 6902: Advanced Research and Independent Study in Counseling Psychology

CCPJ 8900: Dissertation Advisement

Individual advisement on doctoral dissertation. Fee to equal 3 points at current tuition rate for each term.

George V Gushue appeared in the following articles:

Faculty Adds Thirteen in Fall Semester, Two in Spring (9/1/2000)