Clinical Psychology — Clinical Nurse Leader — Part-time
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Kayoko Yokoyama, Ph.D.

Adjunct Faculty

Education

PhD, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

Research Areas

Multicultural Psychology and Training
Asian-American Issues
Women’s Issues
Feminist Therapy
Body Image

Courses Offered
  • Human Development
  • Multicultural Awareness & Psychology
  • Practicum
  • Group Process & Group Dynamics
  • Asian-American Psychology
  • Clinical Skills
  • Psychology of Women
  • World Cultures
  • Research Methods
  • Career Development
  • Freshman Orientation Seminar
Publications
Hsu, H. H. and Yokoyama, K. (2012). Sociocultural perspectives of agoraphobia. In P.K. Lundberg-Love, K. L. Nadal, & M.A. Pauldi (Eds.), Women and Mental Disorders (pp. 1-20). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

Yokoyama, K., Magraw, S., Miller, J., & Hecht, L. (2011). Cultural genograms. In M. Pope (Ed.), Experiential activities for teaching multicultural counseling classes and infusing cultural diversity into core classes (pp. 269- 270). American Counseling Association.

Yokoyama, K., Magraw, S., Miller, J., & Hecht, L. (2011). Interrupting oppression: Finding ways to speak out against overt oppression and everyday microaggressions. In M. Pope (Ed.), Experiential activities for teaching multicultural counseling classes and infusing cultural diversity into core classes (pp. 197-198). American Counseling Association.

Yokoyama, K. (2007). The double binds of our bodies: Multiculturally-Informed feminist therapy considerations for body image and eating disorders among Asian American women. In D. M. Kawahara & O.M. Espin (Eds.), Feminist reflections on growth and transformation: Asian American women in therapy (pp. 177-192). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

Turner, J., Edwards, L.M., Eicken, I., Yokoyama, K., Castro, J., Tran, A., and Haggins, K. (2005). Intern self-care: An exploratory study into strategy use and effectiveness. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 36 (6), 674-680.

Yokoyama, K. and Lee, D. (2005). Managing the model minority myth and other misconceptions: The struggles and strengths of Asian American gifted girls. In S. Robinson Kurpius & B. Kerr (Eds.), Handbook for counseling talented at risk girls. Mesa, AZ: Nueva Science Press.

Yokoyama, K. (2000). Ethically and multiculturally competent services for counseling Native American college students. Arizona Counseling Journal, 22, 40-48.