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Teaching Professor of Human Services

Matt Lee has taught courses in counseling theory and practice, cross-cultural psychology, ethnic identity and conflict (in Romania, Germany, Poland, and Croatia), intro to psychology, lifespan development, developmental psychology, race and empowerment, Asian American identity, psychology and literature, and senior capstone.

His research examines campus climate and advocacy for diversity/inclusion in the classroom, and Asian American mental health as it relates to experiences of microaggressions that may be associated with phenotype or socialization.

NU Dialogue of Civilizations: “Ethnic Identity and Conflict in Croatia and Bosnia,” Faculty Affiliate for Africana Studies, Global Asian Studies, and the Department of Cultures, Societies and Global Studies; Asian Faculty Staff Steering Committee at Northeastern

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Course catalog
  • Presents an overview of the major theoretical approaches to counseling and therapeutic interventions. Focuses on developing clinical skills and competency in intentional interviewing. Combines systemic group exercises and experiential activities to practice interviewing techniques. Cross-cultural issues in counseling are integrated throughout the course.