Doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology
Marisol is a third-year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology program at the University of Miami. She completed her undergraduate studies at Dartmouth college in 2018, where majored in both Psychology and in Anthropology.
She is excited to be a part of the CRECER team and serve currently as the co-coordinator in the Strong Roots Caregiver project and previously as the co-coordinator in the Kulula Project. Currently, her primary research interest is exploring culturally responsive social and emotional learning and emotional intelligence, and exploring how these fields can be used to promote equity. Additionally, Marisol is interested in research focusing on the creation and implementation of community-based intervention programs to promote positive mental health outcomes for multicultural, ethnically diverse, and immigrant populations. She is also passionate about working towards closing the research to practice gap and works towards making information gained via research accessible to all individuals. Please visit: https://marisollmeyer.wixsite.com/blog for more information about Marisol’s research.