Cory J. Cascalheira, B.A. (he / him / his) is a graduate student in the Department of Counseling & Educational Psychology at New Mexico State University. His research interests include oppression, resilience, and identity among marginalized populations, especially sexual minorities.
Clinically, he has experience delivering cognitive-behavioral therapy during individual and group interventions with people suffering from homelessness, addiction, and recidivism. Currently, he serves as a practicum counselor and research assistant.
B.A. in Psychology, 2012
University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Collaboration on the International Associations Between Location and Health in Minority Populations project.
Implication of sexual scripts among MSM in how sexual practices and desires lead to sexual problems or take away from sexual satisfaction.
Exploration of how survivors of childhood abuse heal from, cope with, and transform personal trauma through non-traditional sexual practices.
PrEP-related experiences, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors using a minority stress model.