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International Issues in Counseling Psychology Research Team

Team of eleven doctoral, masters, and undergraduate students looking at various studies of international relevance in counseling psychology. Current projects include mapping after-care treatment programs for survivors of human trafficking; the role of advocacy in human trafficking services; trauma and violence in the human trafficking literature; self-care among workers involved in treating sexually victimized children internationally; self-care among refugee workers and volunteers in the U.S; adjustment and vocational needs among refugees living in the greater Memphis area; using a bio-psycho-social framework to explore the relationship between HIV and domestic violence internationally; the impact of acculturation, enculturation, acculturative distress, and attitudes about mental health in utilization of mental health services among Asian international students; and barriers to study abroad for African American students.

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