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Kirsis Dipre, M.A.

Visiting Assistant Professor, Counseling Joined USJ:
Academic Degrees M.A., Northwestern University
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Kirsis A. Dipre, Visiting Assistant Professor, joins the School of Interdisciplinary Health and Science in the Department of Counseling and Applied Behavior Analysis. Professor Dipre is completing her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision at Syracuse University and received her M.A. from The Family Institute at Northwestern University. She is a nationally certified mental health counselor with expertise in clinical mental health and multicultural counseling. Her research explores the mental health of Latinx and other marginalized communities through an intersectional lens in addition to the mentorship of counseling students of marginalized identities.  

Professor Dipre’s professional background includes over three years of experience as a counselor working with children, adolescents, and adults. In her work, professor Dipre has primarily served racially and ethnically minoritized populations who are often impacted by systems of oppression. Professor Dipre is currently the Mentorship Committee Chair for the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development (AMCD) and is an NBCC Minority Fellow.