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Milton Fuentes

Milton Fuentes

Department Chair
  • The Chicago School Washington DC
Department
Clinical Psychology
Address
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
901 15th St NW Washington, DC 20005
901 15th St NW
Office Location
Room 2H01
Office Phone
202-706-5057
On-campus Ext.
Email
miltonfuentes@thechicagoschool.edu
Website
Biography

Dr. Milton A. Fuentes received a  master’s degree in Psychology with a focus on Latina/o Psychology from Montclair State University and a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University. He completed a pre-doctoral fellowship in clinical and community psychology at Yale University and post-doctoral training in epidemiology at Columbia University.  Dr. Fuentes is a  licensed psychologist in New Jersey and New York.  His administrative experience includes serving as the Interim Director of the Research Academy for University Learning, Director of the Latina/o Psychology Concentration, and Deputy Director of the Department of Psychology, Montclair University.

Dr. Fuentes is a founding member and former President of the Latino Psychological Association of New Jersey and the 2012 President of the National Latina/o Psychological Association.  Dr. Fuentes' interests are in the areas of Latina/o and multicultural psychology, child and family psychology, and pedagogy.  His impressive publication record includes  peer-reviewed journals articles,  monographs, and  book chapters. Dr. Fuentes has given numerous presentations and workshops on a variety of topics related to his research interests at national and international conferences.

Education
  • B.A., Psychology, St. Peter's College
  • M.A. General Psychology, Montclair State University
  • Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Rutgers University
Licensure(s)

Licensed Psychologist, NJ, NY

Areas Of Expertise

Q.  Please describe your teaching philosophy.

A.  Over the past 15 years, I have developed a teaching approach that encourages active learning.  Guided by adult learning theory, I allow students to interact with the course concepts in a meaningful way, as the research clearly illustrates that deep learning occurs through analyzing, evaluating, and creating.