Konjit Page, Assistant Professor, Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology (PsyD), School of Nursing and Health Professions, University of San Francisco

Konjit V Page

Assistant Professor, Director of Clinical Training

Full-Time Faculty


Konjit V. Page, PhD is an Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Training for the Psyd Program in the School of Nursing & Health Professions at the University of San Francisco. She previously served as an adjunct faculty member for the Clinical PhD Program at Alliant University, Los Angeles, the Clinical PsyD program at California Lutheran University and as a Faculty Counselor for the University Counseling Center at California State University, Northridge. Dr. Page received her doctorate in counseling psychology from the University of North Dakota and completed her predoctoral internship at the Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology at Boston University Medical School/Boston Medical Center. Dr. Page is a former fellow of the Connecticut Health Foundation’s Health Fellows Program and of the Supportive Housing and Public Sector Mental Health Administration Program in the department of psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine.

Dr. Page’s research, clinical, and consultation interests include, racial and sexual identity development; access and service development for LGBT populations; multicultural and LGBT-affirmative counselor training and supervision; LGBT counseling competencies for school counselors; and diversity training and consultation for organizations and direct care staff.

Her work with youth and adolescents includes individual, group and family therapy; comprehensive psychological testing and assessment for youth; and coordination and service program development of wrap-around service care for youth with severe emotional disturbances.

Member, Board of Directors, Bay Area Practicum Information Collaborative (2015-Present)
Member, Policy & Planning Committee, APA (2015-Present)
Member, Good Governance Project, APA (2011-2013)
Board Member, Education Foundation, CT Psych Association (2011-2012)
Member, Multicultural Toolkit Working Group, APA Division 42 (2010-2012)
Chair & Past-Chair, APAGS (2009-2010)
Member, Board of Directors, APA and APA Practice Organization (2009)
Member, Council of Representatives, APA (2009)
PhD, Counseling Psychology, University of North Dakota, ND
MS, Counseling (School Counseling/Community-Based Block concentration), San Diego State University, CA

Cerezo, A., & Page, K. (in press). Career choice, sexual orientation, and gender identity. In K. Nadal (Ed.). The Sage Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender. Thousand Oaks: Sage.

Mizock, L., & Page, K.V. (2016). Evaluating the ally role: Contributions, limitations and the activist position in counseling and psychology. Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology, 8(1), 17-33.

Schecter, E., Tracy, A.J., Page, K.V. & Luong, G. (2008). Shall we marry? Legal marriage as a commitment event in same-sex relationships. Journal of Homosexuality, 54(4), 401-422.

Bazelais, K.N., Page, K.V. & Weintraub, S. (2008). Exploring diversity: Race and culture in the inclusive workplace. Executive Briefing Series, 7. Center for Work & Family, Boston College, MA.

Schecter, E., Tracy, A.J., Page, K.V., & Luong, G. (2005). "Doing Marriage": Same-sex relationship  dynamics in the post-legalization era. In Same-Sex Marriage Study Group (Eds.), What I did for love, or benefits, or...: Same -sex marriage in Massachusetts, Wellesley Centers for Women, Working Paper No.422. Wellesley, MA: Wellesley Centers for Women.