The AIM Research Lab is the home of the Study for Prevention of Problem Behaviors among Immigrant and Minority Adolescents, headed by Dr. Heejung Chun, Principal Investigator of the AIM lab at New Mexico State University. The website provides visitors information about the research team; current and future projects under the purview of this study; the theoretical foundations of the study; and the outcomes of the research.
The NMSU Community Mental Health & Wellness Clinic is a collaborative project of New Mexico State University between the Counseling & Educational Psychology (CEP) Department, and Family & Consumer Sciences’ Marriage & Family Therapy (MFT) Program. The Clinic provides a range of counseling, therapy, and other mental health-related services for members of the Las Cruces community and surrounding region. Trainees (PhD, MFT, MA/MS, and EdS students) and professional staff (including several New Mexico licensed psychologists) offer the benefits of their training and experience in providing skilled and compassionate assistance to persons in need.
A Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) Program grant funded by the Bureau of Health Professions (BHPR) which is one program within the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). This collaborative project involves New Mexico State University’s Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology, the Masters of Social Work Program, the Masters of Public Health Program, and the Southern New Mexico Family Practice Residency Program.