Doctoral Student, Counseling Psychology
San Francisco, CA
Undergraduate Institution and Degree:
San Francisco State – B.A. in Psychology
Current Program/Degree Pursued:
Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology
Year of Matriculation:
Trauma recovery, Ethnic Minority and Low SES Mental Health, Evidence-based Interventions
Manuscript in preparation:
The Mediating Role of Self-Talk in Motivation and Resilience (Reyes, Z., Yoo, S., & Mosier, I.)
The Role of Reassuring Self-Talk in Undergraduates’ Motivation and Academic Engagement at The Western Psychological Association Conference – April 2017
Pacific Leadership Institute: 19 years facilitating team-building and personal growth programs. 17 years developing and delivering training for challenge course facilitators.
Kuk Sool Won of Millbrae: 3 years training youth and adult martial artists. 3 years developing curriculum for a youth martial arts program.
San Francisco State University: TA for Junior level composition for psychology majors.
Future Career Plans:
Teaching, creating evidence-based interventions, and creating a group practice.
What Attracted Me to SIU:
SIU offers a balanced approach to graduate school education that will provide the essential skills needed to meet my career goals. Additionally, when visiting for my interview I found the program to be filled with faculty and students that were warm, welcoming, and filled with excitement for the field of counseling.
Anything else you would like to add:
My favorite color is green. I like New Wave 80’s music.