Doris F. Chang, Assistant Professor of Psychology, New School for Social Research and Eugene Lang College

Doris F. Chang, Associate Professor of Psychology, New School for Social Research and Eugene Lang College.  My research seeks to address ethnic disparities in the access and quality of mental health services. I am particularly interested in how race, ethnicity, and culture shape mental health and psychotherapy relationships, and the development of interventions for improving treatment outcomes for minority patients.  I teach graduate and undergraduate courses on culture, ethnicity and mental health and direct a variety of studies involving populations typically underrepresented in research (racial/ethnic minorities, sexual minorities, immigrants, and individuals with limited English proficiency).  I have also conducted research in China since 1997.  I am the chair of the NSSR Department of Psychology’s Diversity Committee and a co-investigator with the Center of Excellence for Cultural Competence at the New York State Psychiatric Institute.  In addition, I am a licensed psychologist specializing in the provision of culturally sensitive psychotherapy to diverse patient populations. changd@newschool.edu

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