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Regina Kakhnovets Ybarra

Regina Kakhnovets Ybarra

Professor of Instruction
Program Head, Psychology BS

Research Interests: Counseling/clinical psychology; therapy; self-injurious behaviors; PTSD; diversity; teaching effectiveness

GR 4.526
Curriculum Vitae

Not currently accepting undergraduate students


Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Counseling Psychology
The Ohio State University
M.A. - Counseling Psychology
The Ohio State University
B.A. - Psychology and Sociology
The University of Texas at Austin


Kakhnovets, R., & Wolf, L. (2011). An investigation of Jewish ethnic identity and Jewish affiliation for American Jews. North American Journal of Psychology, 13, 501-518. - publications
Kakhnovets, R. (2011).  The relationship among personality, expectations about counseling, and help seeking attitudes.  Journal of Counseling and Development, 89, 11-19 - publications
Kakhnovets, R., & Holohan, D.R. (2010).  A survey of military sexual trauma treatment provided by VA  medical centers.  Federal Practitioner, 27, 20-25. - publications
Kakhnovets, R., Young, H.L., Purnell, A. L., Huebner, E., & Bishop, C. (2010). Self-reported experience of self-injurious behavior in college students.  Journal of Mental Health and Counseling, 32, 309-323. - publications
Kakhnovets, R. & Holohan, D. R. (2007).  Treatment of male veterans presenting with symptoms related to military  sexual trauma: Education and increasing motivation for treatment.  Federal Practitioner, 24, 16-29. - publications


Podcast Interview: Back on Campus: How to Navigate “The New Normal” - Part 1
Podcast Interview: Back on Campus: How to Navigate “The New Normal” - Part 2

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