Harriet Curtis-Boles is a full professor at the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) where she has taught for over 20 years. Dr. Curtis-Boles specializes in teaching and research on multicultural issues. In addition, Dr. Curtis-Boles has taught foundational clinical courses and has supervised over 100 dissertations. Her published work includes a co-edited a book, Making our voices heard: Women of color in academia with Drs. Diane Adams and Valata Jenkins-Monroe and she has published and conducted numerous professional presentations on the experiences of international and students of color in higher education. She provides consultation and training to community based agencies on cultural competence and has provided clinical services to a culturally diverse population at the Psychological Services Center of Mills College in Oakland, California.
Dancing, singing, cooking and spending time with family.
Issues related to multiculturalism and peoples of color including process and outcome of multicultural education, experiences of international and students of color in graduate education; identity and professional development of women in color; psychotherapy process and outcome with African-American clients; influence of violence exposure on children and families in the inner cities; African-American women and substance abuse
PhD, Univesrity of California, Berkeley