About the Author
Margo A. Jackson, PhD, is a professor of counseling psychology in the Graduate School of Education at Fordham University, Lincoln Center. Her scholarship and mentoring are grounded in values of social justice awareness and advocacy; multicultural and interdisciplinary perspectives; and scientist-practitioner approaches to training and practice that are holistic, strength-based, developmental, and focused on facilitating healthy human relationships. Her research, teaching, and service focus on methods to assess and constructively address hidden biases and strengths of counselors, psychologists, educators, and other leaders; career development across the life span; and ethical training and supervision in multicultural counseling and psychology. Allyson K. Regis, PhD is a licensed psychologist who received her doctorate in counseling psychology from Fordham University. Dr. Regis has worked in a variety of clinical settings and particularly enjoys working with college students who have difficulty adjusting to/navigating the college environment. Her research, teaching, and leadership experiences have focused on multicultural considerations in clinical work, strength-based approaches to wellness, and career development theory.Kourtney Bennett, Ph.D., is a staff psychologist at the Loyola University Maryland Counseling Center. She completed her doctoral studies at Fordham University's APA accredited Counseling Psychology Program. Her clinical experiences include supporting youth and adults at community mental health, college counseling, and career development center settings. Her research and service interests include multicultural and intersectional identity, vocational development among adolescents and emerging adults, and social justice and advocacy.