Patricia Perez



Patricia Perez

Department Faculty

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International Psychology
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
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Dr. Perez is originally from Quezon City, Philippines. Dr. Perez earned her Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology from Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois), Masters of Education degree in Child Development/Infant Studies from the Erikson Institute (Chicago, Illinois) and her Doctorate of Philosophy degree in Counseling Psychology (minor in Multicultural Counseling) from Loyola University Chicago (Chicago, Illinois). Besides teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in child development and psychology for the past 17 years, Dr. Perez has over 25 years of experience working in community-based settings, early intervention, hospitals, family support programs, and private practice. Dr. Perez's clinical and research expertise lies in child abuse and neglect, family and trauma, multigenerational issues of violence, children with emotional and behavior disorders, children with special needs, parenting within a cultural context, diversity issues across the lifespan, cultural psychology, multicultural psychology, and cross-cultural psychology.

Education History
Degree Institution
BA Psychology Northwestern University
MEd Erikson Institute/Loyola University Chicago
PhD Counseling Psychology/Multicultural Counseling Loyola University Chicago
Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise
Child & Adolescent Development Identity Development
Diversity Cultural Issues
Forensic Psychology Child Protection
Marriage & Family Family Therapy
PTSD/Trauma Crisis Intervention

Perez, P. (2008). Part II: Do we hear you and see you? Illinois Association for Infant Mental Health Newsletter, 28.

Perez. P. (2008). Do we hear you and see you? Illinois Association for Infant Mental Health Newsletter, 27, p.8.

Perez, P. (2007). The relationship between childhood asthma-status and caregiver health outcomes. ProQuest Interdisciplinary Dissertations and Theses (Microform).