We are hosting Lee Mun Wah, Diversity Dialogue Expert!
-Discussion of film “If These Halls Could Talk” open to the public.
-Keynote address “The World is All Around Us” open to NMSU campus.
The Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology (CEP) has several rapidly growing fields of study as well as innovative graduate and undergraduate programs. The mission of CEP is to promote social justice advocacy through the cultivation and preparation of paraprofessionals and professionals in mental health counseling, school psychology, counseling psychology, and clinical psychopharmacology. Our programs emphasize multicultural research and approaches to working effectively with diverse populations and systems. We create collaborative relationships with educational, health, mental health, and other community settings to reduce health and educational disparities. We aspire to nurture active learning, critical thinking, and respectful dialogues about diversity.
Message from Department Head
If you are looking for a welcoming community that will challenge you to grow, apply to one of the programs in the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology (CEP) at New Mexico State University. Graduates of our programs find meaningful and fulfilling work, and caring faculty members effectively mentor diverse groups of students through practica in the community and thought-provoking research opportunities (https://cep.nmsu.edu/affiliated-programs/other-research-teams-in-cep/).
This is an exciting time in CEP, so please explore the website to see which program fits your interests. You will notice how our faculty, and students have received both local and national recognition for their accomplishments. Let me know if you would like to talk more (email@example.com) or if you would like to take a graduate class prior to admission.
-Dr. Barbara Gormley