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2810 Old Main Hill
Logan UT 84322
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435-797-8282

The Culture & Mental Health Lab is currently comprised of graduate students in the combined Clinical, Counseling, School Psychology doctoral program at Utah State University and undergraduate students in the Psychology Department. Lab members are engaged in independent research in an interdependent context. Project content is in parenting, cultural values, microaggressions, and evidence-based interventions. Students are expected to be productive as a result of independent motivation and commitment, engaged mentoring, and proactive collaboration and support from a talented peer group as well as from family and loved ones.

Teaching Tolerance

In the fall of 2016 the Culture & Mental Health Lab joined forces with USU Inclusion and the Office of Civic Engagement at USU to develop the Teaching Tolerance curriculum based on the work advanced by TeachingTolerance.org. We have developed a lesson on civility for elementary school students and another for middle school students. The lesson is delivered in 30-45 minute time blocks. Our team of trained educators work in groups of 2-3 leaders to provide an active and engaging experience for our elementary and middle school students.

We welcome the opportunity to collaborate with our community to advance civility and respect for cultural differences. We can continue to develop courses that advance social justice as needed. Contact us (below!) with your request and we will do our best to accommodate your needs!     

OUR TEAM

Nahomi is an undergrad studying political science with an emphasis in global environment and is double minoring in cultural anthropology and women & gender studies. Naomi was raised in a Colombian house hold full of women leaders. She is the founder of USU Inclusion team. The organization promotes an inclusive campus through education and empowerment. Nahomi believes in being a life-long learner and is grateful for the privilege of having the opportunity to gain an education at the university. Currently, Nahomi works in the Office of Admissions and recruits students so they too can strive for excellence.   

Nahomi is an undergrad studying political science with an emphasis in global environment and is double minoring in cultural anthropology and women & gender studies. Naomi was raised in a Colombian house hold full of women leaders. She is the founder of USU Inclusion team. The organization promotes an inclusive campus through education and empowerment. Nahomi believes in being a life-long learner and is grateful for the privilege of having the opportunity to gain an education at the university. Currently, Nahomi works in the Office of Admissions and recruits students so they too can strive for excellence.   

Alexandra Reveles is a fourth year doctoral student in the Combined Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychology program at Utah State University. Her research, teaching, and clinical work share a common thread of a focus on social justice, which is demonstrated through her involvement with Teaching Tolerance. She currently works with Drs. Melanie Domenech Rodríguez and Renee Galliher on research related to impacts of discrimination to college students and the impact of engagement with diversity on college student outcomes, respectively. 

Alexandra Reveles is a fourth year doctoral student in the Combined Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychology program at Utah State University. Her research, teaching, and clinical work share a common thread of a focus on social justice, which is demonstrated through her involvement with Teaching Tolerance. She currently works with Drs. Melanie Domenech Rodríguez and Renee Galliher on research related to impacts of discrimination to college students and the impact of engagement with diversity on college student outcomes, respectively. 

Samantha is a graduate student in the Clinical, Counseling, and School psychology program at Utah State. She moved to Logan from California to research child behavior and parenting within a multicultural framework with Dr. Melanie Domenech Rodríguez. She values community and has made a conscious effort to be involved in local events and volunteer work that promote inclusion and social justice in Cache County.

Samantha is a graduate student in the Clinical, Counseling, and School psychology program at Utah State. She moved to Logan from California to research child behavior and parenting within a multicultural framework with Dr. Melanie Domenech Rodríguez. She values community and has made a conscious effort to be involved in local events and volunteer work that promote inclusion and social justice in Cache County.

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