Abridged Vita

Education

Ph. D.            The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Educational Psychology
                      Counseling Psychology Training Program, American Psychological Association Accredited Program, 1994
   
Internship     University of California, Irvine, American Psychological Association Accredited Program, 1992-1993  

Pre-doctoral   Public Interest Directorate, American Psychological Association, 1990
Fellow

Graduate      Women's Research and Education Institute Congressional Fellow in Women and Public Policy, 1989-1990.  
Fellow   

B. A.            The University of Texas at Austin, 1984
   
Licensed Psychologist, Texas:  # 25379

Independent Practice

2007-current     Psychologist, Independent Practice, Austin, TX

2006-2007        Psychologist, Independent Practice, San Antonio, TX
   
1993-2007        Pro-bono Psychologist, Community Counseling Service, San Antonio, TX
    
1997-2000        Psychologist, Independent Practice, Austin, TX

Academic Employment

1993-2007   Our Lady of the Lake University, Associate Professor, Tenured 2002
                        
Positions Held:
Practicum and Internship Coordinator, Psy.D. program, APA Accredited
Interim Program Coordinator for M.S. in School Psychology and School Counseling
Director of Training Psy.D. Program 
Director of Community Counseling Service 
M.S. Counseling Psychology Program Coordinator 

Taught doctoral courses in Latino Psychology; Race, Culture, and Ethnicity; Gender and Life Style Issues; Theories of Multicultural Psychology; Theories of Group Psychotherapy; Theories of Individual Counseling, Applied Ethics; Consultation; and, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.

Taught M.S. courses in Professional Issues; Pre-Practicum; Counseling Theories; Normal Family Processes Across Cultures; Group and Family Processes; and, Psychological Delivery of Services to Mexican and Mexican Americans. 

Selected Publications 

de las Fuentes, C., Ramos Duffer, M, & Vasquez, M. J. T. (2017). Ethical Intelligence in Feminist Therapy. In Mary Kopala and Merle Keitel (Eds.), Handbook of Counseling Women, 2nd edition. Thousand Oaks: Sage.

de las Fuentes, C. & Ramos Duffer, M. (2017). Technology mediated psychotherapy in multicultural counseling. In Ponterotto, J., Casas, J. M., Suzuki, L. A., & Alexander, C. M. (Eds.), Handbook of Multicultural Counseling, 3rd edition. Thousand Oaks: Sage.

Vasquez, M., Ramos Duffer, M., & de las Fuentes, C. (2014). Clinical applications with Latina/o populations. In Sue, D.W., Gallardo, M.E., & Neville, H.A. (Eds.), Case Studies in Multicultural Counseling and Therapy (pp. 49-60). New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.

Chrisler, J.C., de las Fuentes, C., Durvasula, R.S., Esnil, E.M., McHugh, M.C, Miles-Cohen, S.E., Williams, J.L., & Wisdom, J.P. (2013). The American Psychological Association's Committee on Women in Psychology: 40 years of contributions to the transformation of psychology. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 37, 444-454.

de las Fuentes, C., Ramos Duffer, M., & Vasquez, M. (2013). Forensic evaluations of immigrant women: Issues and considerations for the practitioner. Women and Therapy, 36, 302-318. DOI: 10.1080/02703149.2013.797782.

de las Fuentes, C., (2012). Working with men in the minority: Multiple identies, multiple selves. In H. Sweet, Gender in the Therapy Hour: Voices of Women Clinicians Working with Men (pp. 149-170). Taylor and Francis.

de las Fuentes, C. (2007). Applying the Multicultural Competency Guidelines to Latina/o populations: The cultural genogram as a strategy in training and practice. In M. Constantine (Ed.). Multicultural competencies for working with people of color: Clinical practice implications (Chapter). New York: Teachers College Press.

de las Fuentes, C., Willmuth, M.E., & Yarrow, C. (2005). Competency training in ethics education and practice. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 36, 362-366.

Vasquez, M. J. T., Han, A .L., & de las Fuentes, C. (2005). Adaptation of immigrant girls and women.  In C. Goodheart & J. Worell (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of girls' and women's psychological health (Chapter).  Oxford, England:  Oxford University Press.

de las Fuentes, C., Baron, A. & Vasquez, M. J. T., (2003).  Teaching Latino psychology.  In P. Bronstein & K. Quina (Eds.), Teaching gender and multicultural awareness: Resources for the psychology classroom (pp. 207-220).  Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association.

de las Fuentes, C. (2003). Gender: Over generalized, simplified, and not always accurate. Book Review for Psychology of Women Quarterly, 27, 82-83.

de las Fuentes, C. (2003). Latino mental health: At least you should know this. In Mio, J.S., & Iwamasa, G.Y. (Eds.), Culturally diverse mental health: The challenges of research and resistance, (pp. 159-172). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Biever, J. L., Castaño, M. T., de las Fuentes, C., González, C., Servín-López, S., Sprowls, C. & Tripp, C. G. (2002) The role of language in training psychologists to work with Hispanic clients. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 33, 330–336.

Vasquez, M. J. T & de las Fuentes, C. (2000). Hate speech or freedom of expression:  Balancing autonomy and feminist ethics in a pluralistic society.  In M. Braebeck (Ed.) Practicing feminist ethics in psychology (pp. 225-247).  Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association.

Selected Presentations

de las Fuentes, C. & Ramos Duffer, M. (November, 2015). Multicultural Competence in the Delivery of Technology Mediated Mental Health Services. A Continuing Education program presented at the annual convention of the Texas Psychological Association in San Antonio, TX.

de las Fuentes, C. (April, 2014). Competency Training and Maintenance in Ethics Education, Training, and Practice. Presentation as a Distinguished Visiting Professor for the Warrior Resiliency Program and US Army Southern Regional Medical Command, San Antonio, TX.

de las Fuentes, C. (April, 2014). Working with Diversity at the Intersections of the Real Lives of Men and Women. Presentation as a Distinguished Visiting Professor for the Warrior Resiliency Program and US Army Southern Regional Medical Command, San Antonio, TX.

de las Fuentes, C. & Ramos Duffer, M. (November, 2013). Immigration and Psychology: Forensic Evaluations of Immigrant Women.  A Continuing Education program presented at the annual convention of the Texas Psychological Association in Houston, TX.

de las Fuentes, C. (Chair and presenter, August, 2012). From “Right-to-Life” to “Duty-to-Die:” A Life-Span Perspective on Violence Against Women. Presentation in the Symposium Women Under Siege: Disparities and Despair at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association in Orlando: FL

de las Fuentes, C. (July, 2012) The Psychological Impace of Traficking on Women and Girls. Presentation in the Symposium The Facets and Faces of Human Trafficking: The Psychological and Public Health Crisis of the 21st Century at the International Congress of Psychology in Cape Town, South Africa.

de las Fuentes, C. (Chair, August, 2011). The Party's Over: Relational and Ethical Perspectives on Therapeutic Termination, Workshop presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington: DC.

de las Fuentes, C. (February, 2010). Was It Something I Said? Ethics, Law, and the Self in Unilateral Terminations. Presentation in the Workshop The Party's Over: Relational and Ethical Perspectives on Therapeutic Termination of the Austin Women’s Psychotherapy Project, Austin: TX.

de las Fuentes, C. (August, 2006). Honoring our past, reflecting on our present, creating our future. Presidential Address for the Society for the Psychology of Women, at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association in New Orleans, LA.

de las Fuentes, C. (August, 2006). Working with Immigrant Populations. Presentation in the Cross-Cutting Program Infusing Diversity into Psychology: Challenge, Initiative, and Commitment, at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association in New Orleans, LA.

de las Fuentes, C. (August, 2006). Snapshots of my life. Keynote Address for Diversity Project 2000 and Beyond of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

de las Fuentes, C. (August, 2005). The Mother Tongue: Language Concerns in the Treatment of La Familia Latina/o. Presentation in the Symposium Multicultural Aspects of Ethical Research and Clinical Practice: Latinas and Their Families at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association in Washington: DC.

de las Fuentes, C. (August, 2005). Strength Through Mentorship: Chains of Connections. Presentation in the Symposium It Takes a Community---Building Networks of Mentoring Relationships at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association in Washington: DC.

de las Fuentes, C. (August, 2005).  Increasing Multicultural Understanding---Promoting Collaboration in the Face of Conflict Within Marginalized Groups a Discussion Session at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association in Washington: DC.

de las Fuentes, C. (June, 2005). Woman Hollering: The Sound of a Feminist Latina in the Academy. Presentation in the Symposium Ethics, Diversity, and Educational Settings/Academia in the Workshop Cross-Generational Mentoring: Ethics, Feminist Principles, and Professional Development, The University of Texas at Austin.

de las Fuentes, C. (December, 2004). Ethical issues in feminist therapy: The special case of Self-disclosure. Workshop presented for the Bexar County Psychological Association, San Antonio, Tx.

de las Fuentes, C. (October, 2003). It’s not enough to be politically correct: Multiculturalism in the therapeutic relationship. Workshop presented for the Bexar County Psychological Association, San Antonio, Tx.

de las Fuentes, C. (May, 2003). Latinos and mental health: At least you should know this: Pre-Colombian to contemporary psychology. Workshop presented for the Third Annual Frank Paredes Lecture Series of the San Antonio Psychoanalytic Society, San Antonio, Tx.

de las Fuentes, C. (2002, August).  Creative moments in therapy: Borderlines, schmorderlines, whose lines are we talking about anyway? In Creative moments in treatment: Treatment outside the box, symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, Il.

de las Fuentes, C., August, P., Berghauser, K., Cepeda, J., Chappell, C., Escamilla, M., Nawrocik, M., McMahon, C., Mueller, J., & Murphy, M. (2002, May). Let’s talk about sex: Boundaries, awareness and sensitivity. Workshop presented at the Bexar County Juvenile Probation Department for Probation Officers’ Training, San Antonio, Tx.

de las Fuentes, C. (2000, August).  Feminist multiculturalism: Reflections of a Latina therapist.  In A. Lawler (Chair) Relational Model-Liberator or Oppressor? Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American  Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Consultation and Workshops

I provide consultation, workshops, and facilitation in the private and public sectors in the areas of ethics, psychology training and education, feminist and multicultural psychotherapy; ethnic/racial issues (especially Chicano/Latino Issues and competency training): culture and identity, cultural competence in delivery of services, gender aware psychotherapy, cross-cultural counseling, inter-racial couples and dating; sexual orientation issues: sensitivity and awareness training, identity, coming-out, people of color, safer sex, becoming an ally; and other topics such as: communication in intimate relationships, suicide prevention and intervention, ethics in counseling, counseling skills training, stress management, relaxation and meditation, and how to talk about sex with adolescents. In addition, I have provided consultation for not-for-profit organizations training for minority and women's leadership, managing cultural diversity in the work place, resilience and problem solving strategies in the workplace (for managers), communication at work, sexual harassment, and strategic planning.

Professional Service and Memberships

American Psychological Association, member - current
    Committee on Women in Psychology (elected) 2010-2012, Chair 2012
    Board of Education Affairs, (elected) 2003-2005
        Executive Committee, (appointed) 2005
    Division 17, Counseling Psychology, member
        APA Program Reviewer, 2000-2006
    Division 27, The Society for Community Research and Action
        American Journal of Community Psychology, Student Reviewer, (appointed) 1991-1992
    Division 35, The Society for the Psychology of Women, member
        Past President, 2006-2007      
        President (elected) 2005-2006
        President elect 2004-2005
        President, Section 3, Concerns of Hispanic Women, (elected) 2003-2006
        Secretary, (elected) 2001- 2003
        Executive Committee (elected) 2001-2008
        Psychology of Women Quarterly, Consulting Editor, 1999-2003
            Search Committee for Editor, 2002-2003
        Committee on the Concerns of Hispanic Women, Chair, (appointed) 1999-2000
        APA Convention Program Chair, 1999
        APA Program Reviewer, 1998-2006
        Awards Coordinator Chair, 2016 - current
    Division, 44, Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues, Member    
    Division 45, The Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race, Member
        Council of Representatives, Elected 2017-2019
        Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, Associate Consulting Editor, 1998- 2003
        APA Program Reviewer, 1999-2006
        Focus, Invited Student Co-editor, 1991-1992
    Trilateral Forum in Psychology, 2004, 2005

Texas Psychological Association, member – current
    Board of Directors (elected) 2011 - 2013
    Secretary, 2012-2013
    Editor, The Texas Psychologist, 2016-2017

National Latino Psychological Association, Life Member
    Historian, 2002- 2006
    Donor, “de las Fuentes Dissertation Award in Latino Psychology” $500.00 biannually since 2002

Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists, Professional Reviewer, 2012-current

Austin Women’s Psychotherapy Project, member, 1997-current

Journal of Ethics and Behavior, Consulting Editor, 2013    
Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, Associate Consulting Editor, 1999-2003
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, Consulting Editor, 1999 - 2003
National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Facilitator of “Difficult Dialogues,” 2001, 2003
APA-APPIC, Competencies Conference, delegate and chair (Ethics), Scottsdale, AZ, October, 2002
Austin Group Psychotherapy Society, 1996-2000

2006  APA Expert Summit on Immigration: Global Realities: Intersections and Transitions: Co-Chair (with Toy Caldwell-Colbert, PhD) of the first APA conference to address Immigration. Duties performed included soliciting sponsors, co-sponsors, panelists and keynoters; developing publications; coordinating program; selection of conference coordination staff; selection of hotel and banquet services; and other duties as needed.

2000 Latino Psychology 2000: Bridging Our Diversity:  Chair of first conference to address Latino Psychology.  Duties performed included soliciting sponsors and fundraising; directing budget; supervising program chair, conference bookstore, art auction, and conference staff; coordinating award and keynote speakers; developing publications for the Call for Programs, Registration, and Conference Program; selection and hiring of entertainment; selection of hotel and banquet services; coordination of registration; and other duties as needed.

Awards, Fellowships, Grants

Texas Psychological Association Outstanding Contributions to Education, 2002
Title V grant: Enhancing teaching through technology, 2001
Emerging Professional Award, Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues, 2001
G. Jones and V. Jones Award, University of Utah, 2001
Kenneth and Mamie Clark Award, for Mentorship from American Psychological Association Graduate Students, 1998
DOD grant to develop a computer simulation model for ethics training, 1995-1996
HEARST Professional Development Award, 1993
The American Psychological Association, Public Interest Directorate Fellow, 1990.
The Women's Research and Education Institute, Congressional Fellow in Women and Public Policy, 1989-1990.
The Graduate Opportunity Continuing Fellowship, 1987-1988.
Sanchez-MARREZ Scholarship, 1987-1988.


Community Involvement, Austin TX
Pro Bono Supervisor, Capitol Area Counseling, 2009-current
Volunteer Host, Dining for Life, AIDS Services of Austin, 2011, 2012
Pro Bono Grant Writer for the not-for-profit Swim With Inspiration and Motivation, 2008

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