Alison Cerezo, Ph.D.

2009 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
Higher Education, Curriculum and Instruction Education, Hispanic American Studies
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Benedict McWhirter grad student 2009 University of Oregon
 (Examining the effectiveness of the "Latino/a Educational Equity Project" (LEEP): A program designed for Latino/a college students.)
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Quintero D, Cerezo A, Morales A, et al. (2015) Supporting transgender immigrant Latinas: The Case of Erika Gendered Journeys: Women, Migration and Feminist Psychology. 190-205
Cerezo A, Peña D. (2014) Feminism as a Tool to Connect Latinas to Graduate Psychology Training Women and Therapy. 37: 46-58
Cerezo A, Chang T. (2013) Latina/o Achievement at Predominantly White Universities: The Importance of Culture and Ethnic Community Journal of Hispanic Higher Education. 12: 72-85
Cerezo A, Bergfeld J. (2013) Meaningful LGBTQ Inclusion in Schools: The Importance of Diversity Representation and Counterspaces Journal of Lgbt Issues in Counseling. 7: 355-371
Walloch JC, Cerezo A, Heide F. (2012) Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to Address Eating Disorder Symptomatology in Gay Men Journal of Lgbt Issues in Counseling. 6: 257-273
Cerezo A, O'neil ME, Mcwhirter BT. (2009) Counseling latina/o students from an ecological perspective: Working with peter Journal of College Counseling. 12: 170-181
O'Neil ME, McWhirter EH, Cerezo A. (2008) Transgender identities and gender variance in vocational psychology: Recommendations for practice, social advocacy, and research Journal of Career Development. 34: 286-308
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