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Carlos Medina V

Carlos Medina received his PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from Pennsylvania State University in University Park, PA. He has worked with clients across the lifespan and implements therapeutic gaming into his counseling practices. His clinical expertise focuses on supporting Queer and Trans People of Color (QTPoC). Additionally, Medina has worked with families and teachers in supporting young kids between ages 3-5 years old in creating inclusive spaces and implementing positive approaches in working with challenging behaviors. Medina's research focuses on development of critical consciousness of practitioners in counseling and education fields. He has experience working with programs rooted in social justice and equity within educational and clinical settings. Additionally, Medina has facilitated trainings and workshops focused on culturally sustaining pedagogical practices.

  • PhD in Counseling Education & Supervision, The Pennsylvania State University
  • MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Texas A&M University ​- San Antonio
  • BA in Psychology, St. Edward's University
Courses Taught
  • CSL 451 Legal/Ethical Issues in Counseling
  • CSL 452 Introduction to the Counseling Profession
  • CSL 454 Career Counseling
  • CSL 461 Testing and Appraisal
  • CSL 485 Sexuality Counseling
  • CSL 501 Counseling Skills
  • CSL 510 Mul​ticultural Counseling
  • CSL 552 Practicum in Counseling
  • CSL 553 Internship in Counseling I
  • CSL 554 Internship in ​Counseling II

Research Interests
Social justice in education; therapeutic gaming; identity development