Emily Srisarajivakul, Ph.D., LSSP
- Ph.D., Georgia State University
- M.Ed., Georgia State University
- Ed.M., Harvard Graduate School of Education
- B.S., Northwestern University
- School climate and safety
- Cultural humility and the use of positive psychological interventions in schools
- School-based consultation to promote equity
Dr. Srisarajivakul’s interdisciplinary research spans the fields of school psychology and counseling psychology with a focus on investigating the practices of school staff to improve school climate and safety among children and adolescents. She works with undergraduate and graduate students in her research laboratory, the Center for Research on Diversity, Equity, and Well-Being in Schools.
- Srisarajivakul, E. N., McPhee, K., Choe, E., Meyers, J., Rice, K., Varjas, K, Davis, D., & Graybill, E. The Cultural Humility Scale for Students: Development and initial validation. Journal of School Psychology, under review.
- Choe, E., Srisarajivakul, E.N., & Davis, D. (2021). Protecting victims of bullying: The protective roles of self-esteem and self-forgiveness in past victimization and current depressive symptoms. Journal of School Violence. doi: 10.1080/15388220.2021.1930015
- Choe, E., Srisarajivakul, E.N., Davis, D., DeBlaere, C., Van Tongeren, D. R., & Hook, J. N. (2019). Predicting attitudes towards lesbians and gay men: The effects of social conservatism, religious orientation, and cultural humility. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 47(3), 175-186. doi:10.1177/0091647119837017
- Rice, K., Srisarajivakul, E.N., Meyers, J., & Varjas, K. (2018). Multilevel confirmatory factor analysis of the Self-Assessment Survey. School Psychology Quarterly, 34(3), 318-327. doi: 10.1037/spq0000295.
- Courses Taught
Dr. Srisarajivakul teaches classes at the graduate and undergraduate levels. These courses generally focus on providing psychological services to children and adults from diverse cultural backgrounds and worldviews. These courses include the following:
- PSYC 7-8614B – Intervention and Consultation Practicum in School Psychology
- PSYC 3030 – Multicultural Psychology: Understanding Diversity in our Communities