Dareen Basma, Ph.D., LPC-MHSP

Dareen Basma
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Position(s): 

Remote Core Faculty Member

Faculty Program(s): 

Department of Counseling, M.A. in Counseling Programs (CMHC, MFC)

Talks & Lectures: 

Basma, D & Cashore, D (March 2019) Implications of systemic and generational oppression on mental and physical health. Invited talk at Carnegie Mellon University.

Farrell, I & Basma, D (April 2018). Mixed-status Latino Family Homes: Systems Perspective for a Systemic Problem. 50-minute presentation at 2018 American Counseling Association. Atlanta, GA

Basma, D. & DeDiego, A (April 2018). Examining wellness, burnout and perceived discrimination among counseling students of color. 50-minute presentation at 2018 American Counseling Association. Atlanta, GA

Because of Differences: Examination of social justice and multicultural implications in counselor education programs (January 2018). 120 minute invited panelist: Duquesne University.

Selected Publications: 

Basma, D., Gibbons, M. & Kronick, R. (accepted). Examining multicultural counseling competence when working with the Arab American population. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development.

Basma, D, DeDiego, A. & Dafoe, E. (accepted). Examining wellness, burnout and perceived discrimination among counseling students of color. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development.

Basma, D & Farrell, I. (accepted). Counseling adult newcomers and refugees: Downward mobility and career loss. American Counseling Association Practice Brief.

Farrell, I & Basma, D (in press). Counseling newcomers and refugees: Children and adolescents. American Counseling Association Practice Brief.

 
 
 
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