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Cirleen Deblaere - Common Mental Health Issues in International Schools

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AASSA Educators’ Conference 2012

Cirleen Deblaere

"Common Mental Health Issues in International Schools"



Presenter Name: Cirleen Deblaere


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Presentation Description:  This presentation will focus on presenting concerns typical of students in international settings. The presentation will integrate the most recent theoretical and empirical literature in this area. Discussion of the psychological issues and their characteristics will be discussed. The goal of this presentation is that participants will gain knowledge about common mental health issues experienced by students in international settings and communities.


Date:  Friday, March 16, 2012


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Presentater Bio:

Cirleen is an Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Her research interests include the examination of the experiences of individuals with multiple marginalized identities in the United States. Most recently, Dr. DeBlaere’s research has focused on the links of multiple and simultaneous forms of discrimination to the mental health of racial/ethnic minority women and sexual minority persons. With regard to her clinical work, Dr. DeBlaere is interested in multiculturally competent individual, couples, and group therapy with diverse individuals. She is particularly interested in issues of identity development, women’s issues, and grief/loss.

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