Stella Beatríz Kerl-McClain
Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology
Stella has been at the graduate school since 2006, where she teaches classes in counseling theories, diagnosis, diversity and social justice, and intuition in counseling. She also supervises students at their site-based internships and at the Lewis & Clark Community Counseling Center. She has been a licensed psychologist for over 20 years and has worked with a number of different client populations and with many therapeutic issues. She writes about diversity, social justice, critical theory, and creativity in counseling. Stella is bilingual (Spanish and English), is the daughter of immigrants to the U.S., and was a first-generation college student.