College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Obtained B.A. in Psychology at the University of Puerto Rico, and Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University at Buffalo. Dissertation was on language brokering (i.e. when immigrant children translate for their parents). After obtaining doctoral degree worked as a staff psychologist at St. Edward's University (Austin, TX). There, also worked with the College Assistance Migrant Program, offering a variety of services to support the psychological and academic wellbeing of college students from migrant and seasonal farm-work backgrounds. Moved to Dallas where accepted a full-time faculty position at Argosy University. Currently live in Mar del Plata, Argentina where he teaches at various universities. Have been a contributing faculty for Walden University since 2007. Has taught a variety of courses including Intergroup Relations, Group Process and Dynamics, Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy, and Psychology and Social Change.