By Josephine Mueller ’21
At the LOVE Pilot Program’s second teach-in on “Bias, Microaggressions, Racial Abuse: How Can We Do Better/Heal?”, held on Nov. 10, panelists Dr. Favian Guertin-Martin, associate professor of Criminal Justice; Dr. Prash Naidu, assistant professor of Historical and...
Students and faculty made presentations in this year’s Pennsylvania Counseling Association’s annual conference, “Wellness in Counselor’s Professional and Self Identity,” Nov. 8 to 10 in State College, Pa.
Dr. Lauren Reid, assistant professor of Psychology, Dr. Cathy Lee, assistant professor of...
Dr. Lauren E. Reid, Assistant Professor of Counseling, is a licensed psychologist. Dr. Reid earned her B.A. in psychology from Loyola University in Maryland, Ed.M. and M.A. in Psychological Counseling from Teachers College, Columbia University, and Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from University of Miami. She completed her pre-doctoral internship and her postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania's Counseling and Psychological Services. Prior to coming to Arcadia, she worked for two years as an Assistant Professor of Instruction in Counseling Psychology at Temple University, where she was also the program coordinator for the M.Ed. program. Her clinical and research expertise focuses upon working with biracial/multiracial people, intersecting identities, and cultural factors in mental health and counseling.
Dr. Reid teaches the following courses in the Graduate Program in Counseling: Cultural Bases of Counseling, Advanced Counseling Techniques, and Internship Seminar.
Areas Of Focus
race, ethnicity, culture and mental health; biracial identity; multicultural training
University of Miami
Ph.D., Major in Counseling Psychology
Teachers College, Columbia University
Master of Education and Master of Arts, Major in Psychological Counseling
Loyola University Maryland
Bachelor of Arts, Major in Psychology
Minor in Writing
Co-Author • 2020
Biracial and bi-ethnic sexual and gender minority mental health.