Counseling Psychology (PsyD) Faculty and Staff
Arlette Ngoubene-Atioky Ph.D.
Hometown : Brussels, Belgium
Joined Chatham : 2013
Academic Areas of Interest
The social determinants of health of new immigrants (refugees, African women), Intersectionality of identities (Latinegra concept, TCK, Black Gay male identity, etc.), and training issues in counseling psychology (international student training, multicultural supervision, online education, and cross-cultural educational exchanges)
Personal Areas of Interest
Traveling, cooking, dancing, learning Mandarin, and watching Korean, Japanese, French, and Chinese entertainment shows
- Ph.D., Lehigh University (Bethlehem, PA), 2012
- Survivors of suicide loss. (2009) Baro, F; Ngoubene-Atioky, A. J.; Toye, J.; Vande Gucht, M.
- School counselors in international schools: Critical issues and challenges. (2009) Inman, A; Ngoubene-Atioky, A. J.; Ladany, N.; Mack, T.
- Life experiences of constructively adapting adolescent war refugees in Eastern U.S. and in the Greater area of Vancouver in Canada. (2012) Ngoubene Atioky, A.
- Ettigi, S. & Ngoubene-Atioky, A. J. "Ethical or not? Managing ethical dilemmas in a global context within supervision". American Psychological Association Annual Convention (Washington D.C.), August 2011.
- Ngoubene-Atioky, A. J., Spokane, A., Hobson, D., Baro, F., & Silova, I. "Common themes in the life experiences of adolescent war refugees". American Psychological Association Annual Convention (Hawaii, Honolulu), August 2013.