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Munyi Shea

Psychology

Office: KHC 3062
Phone: 323-343-2256
Fax: 323-343-2281
E-mail: mshea3@calstatela.edu
Website: Multicultural Prevention and Intervention Lab




INTRODUCTION

I joined the Psychology Department as an Assistant Professor in January, 2009. Prior to my arrival at the CSULA, I was completing a clinical fellowship at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center/Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts.

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TEACHING INTERESTS

I enjoy teaching and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students from varied educational and cultural backgrounds. I teach courses related to Marriage Family Therapy, Counseling and Clinical Psychology.

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RESEARCH

My primary research interests have focused on multicultural issues in the field of Counseling and Clinical Psychology, especially those related to Asian/Asian American mental health. Currently, my research group at the Multicultural Prevention and Intervention Lab is examining: 1) risk and protective factors in mental health among ethnic minorities and recent immigrants; 2) gender related stress; and 3) intervention for parents of at-risk youth. Please visit my laboratory web page for more information: http://sites.google.com/site/mshealab/

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PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Title Date
Shea, M., Goisman, R. M., & Greenberg, R. Aggression, grief, and conflict in a patient with psychosis: An integration of psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral perspectives. Harvard Review of Psychiatry. In Press
Shea, M, Ma, P.W, Yeh, C.J, Lee, S. & Pituc, S. Exploratory studies on the effects of a career exploration group for urban Chinese immigrant youth. Journal of Career Assessment, 17, 457-477. 2009
Shea, M., & Yeh, C. J. Asian American Studentsí cultural values, stigma, and relational self- construal: correlates of attitudes toward professional help seeking. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 30, 157-172. 2008
Shea, M., Ma, P.W., Yeh, C. J. Development of a culturally specific career exploration group for urban Chinese immigrant youth. Career Development Quarterly, 56, 62-73. 2007

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EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Ph.D. Counseling Psychology

B.S Psychology

B.A Business

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