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Laurie Lali McCubbin

Associate Professor In Counseling Psychology

Division 17

HQ Phone:  (703) 671-4500

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Division 17

1703 N. Beauregard Street Suite 440

Alexandria, Virginia, 22311

United States

Company Description

Division 17 - Counseling Psychology was founded in 1946 to promote personal, educational, vocational, and group adjustment in a variety of settings. Presently, Division 17 brings together psychologists, students, and international and professional affiliates...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor

University of Louisville


Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology

Washington State University


Chair

Committee for Children


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2016 Faculty Bios - Society of Counseling Psychology, Division 17

Lali McCubbin, PhD


2016 Faculty Bios - Society of Counseling Psychology, Division 17

Dr. Laurie "Lali" McCubbin, Associate Professor in counseling psychology, is an indigenous/multiracial scholar (Native Hawaiian/Japanese/European American) at the University of Louisville.
Dr. McCubbin is the Co-Chair of the SCP Leadership Academy. Her research interests and expertise include resilience and well-being among indigenous peoples and people of color, cultural identity development, and stress and coping processes among multiracial families. She is the past Co-Director of the Northwest Pacific Center of Mestizo and Indigenous Research and Engagement and served as Chair for the Committee for Children, Youth and Families for the American Psychological Association. She is currently the Executive Director of the Resilience, Adaptation and Well-Being Project where she oversees measures related to family resilience and the Double ABCX model (www.mccubbinresilience.org).


2016 Faculty Bios - Society of Counseling Psychology, Division 17

Lali McCubbin, PhD


Div 17 Governance

Lali McCubbin, PhD
Director, Member Interface Board


Counseling Psychology Principles Engaged: Louisville's Cardinal Success Program - Society of Counseling Psychology, Division 17

What drew me was not only doing theory-building and research, but actually applying these ideas clinically and wrestle with what it means to actually partner with a community to create such clinics," explains Dr. Lali McCubbin, Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Training.
McCubbin noted that she came to the University of Louisville in large part due to the CSP and its opportunities for community partnership and training for students. McCubbin has worked to bring community members into her classrooms (which are held at CSP locations) to share their knowledge with students, which is an action that "ensures we don't create a colonizer's gaze" toward the community and "goes beyond social justice and advocacy as a social media presence or rally, but invites students to become collaborative actors within the community." McCubbin is referencing a common pitfall of social justice work and community partnerships: the tendency to assume psychologists have the power rather than the community. Moreover, many Louisvillians see west Louisville as a sort of caricature of crime and poverty. "[Counseling psychology does] a wonderful job on LGBTQ, gender, and race/ethnicity issues, but the piece that CSP's training emphasizes further is socioeconomic status and class," McCubbin noted that such exploration with her trainees has stressed the need for more theoretical and empirically-based models around addressing class and psychotherapy.


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