Dr. Anna Lopez

Dr. Anna LopezAssistant Professor

Counseling & Educational Psychology

(575) 646-5753
annalo@nmsu.edu

Teaching:  Qualitative Research Methods, Counseling Practicum, Counseling Internship

Research: Primary area of research revolves around Social Justice and Advocacy issues specifically related to understanding the experiences of undocumented immigrants and their families in respect to deportation and undocumented status.  Other research interests include Multicultural/ Bilingual counseling and supervision, body image, and eating disorders.

Recent Publications:

Boie, I., Lopez, A., & Sass, D. (In Press). Objectification theory:  An evaluation of a theoretical model across gender and ethnicity. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development.

Lopez, A. L., & Boie, I. (2012).  Voices:  Experiences working with Mexican immigrants affected by deportation. Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology.

Boie, I., & Lopez, A. (2011). Using the Integrated Developmental Model of Supervision with counselors working with clients with eating disorders. The Clinical Supervisor.

Boie, I., & Lopez, A. (2009). Cross-cultural differences in women’s body image. Arizona Counseling Journal.

Academic background:

Ph.D. The University of Texas at San Antonio