Instructor: Rachel Navarro

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Rachel L. Navarro (Ph.D., University of Missouri) is Associate Professor and Department Chair of Counseling Psychology and Community Services at the University of North Dakota. Her primary research focuses on the academic engagement, satisfaction, and persistence of Latina/os and women in engineering, which is currently funded by the National Science Foundation. Her other research areas include rural psychology, integrated health care, and the well-being of students of color, particularly those who identify as Latina/o and American Indian/Native American. She serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Latina/o Psychology and the Journal of Diversity in Higher Education. Dr. Navarro currently teaches graduate courses in counseling theories, group counseling, psychological assessment, and vocational psychology. Dr. Navarro currently serves on the American Psychological Association's Minority Fellowship Program Services for Transition-Age Youth (STAY) Training Advisory Committee.


Classes by this instructor


T&L 2900: ONL: Youth Mental Health
Awareness, knowledge, and skills related to youth mental health issues and resources are keys to competently managing the impact of these issues in the classroom and beyond. Thus, this course has been designed to meet the ND Educational Standards & Practices Board Mental Health training requirements for teachers, which has the stated goal of helping teachers become more effective in the classroom.
December 1, 2019 to December 1, 2021