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Kesia Constantine

Research Assistant Professor, Applied Psychology

Applied Psychology

(212) 998-7392

Kesia Constantine is a licensed counseling psychologist who practices primarily young adult and adult individual and couples psychotherapy. Her practice is integrative, reflecting her early clinical background in psychodynamically oriented-psychotherapy and human development, and her later trainings in several cognitive-behavioral interventions and mindfulness-based therapies. Her clinical practice focuses on helping individuals address issues of anxiety, depression, trauma, interpersonal relationships, difficult life transitions, body image struggles, as well as managing the psychological ramifications of physical health issues. She approaches both her clinical work and her clinical supervision from a holistic and multiculturally grounded stance. She received her doctorate from New York University in the Counseling Psychology Program in 2006. Prior to coming to Steinhardt she has worked at the New York Harbor Healthcare System, Brooklyn Campus with veterans, New York University’s Counseling and Wellness Services, and completed the NYU-Bellevue Psychology Internship Program. She currently maintains a private practice in New York City. She is committed to advancing the field of clinical practice and training.

Programs

Counseling Psychology

Build on your knowledge of counseling psychology and prepare for a career as a psychologist in community agencies, clinics, hospitals, or private practice.

Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness

A combination of graduate course work and clinical training will prepare you for a career as a professional clinical counselor.

School Counseling

Get the education and clinical training to become a professional pre-K–12 school counselor, working in schools, colleges, and community agencies.

Courses

Individual Counseling: Practice I

Small group laboratory experiences utilizing simulation, modeling, micro-counseling, etc., on an experimental learning base.Learning of basic communicating skills necessary in interviewing, counseling, & other helping relationships.Skills learned are generic to a wide range of professional fields.
Course #
APSY-GE 2658
Units
3
Term
Fall, January, Spring, Summer
Faculty

Professors

Kesia Constantine ,
Department

Interpretation and Use of Tests in Counseling Adults

Introduction to formal assessment.Includes surveys of vocational personality, & aptitude tests & structured experience in administration & scoring.The synthesis of various tests with background & behavioral information is stressed, as are interviewing techniques necessary for introducing & interpreting test batteries to clients.Source of clients to be tested is highly desirable.
Course #
APSY-GE 2672
Units
3
Term
Fall, January, Summer
Faculty

Professors

Kesia Constantine , Sumie Okazaki , Lisa Suzuki ,
Department