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Majeda Humeidan, Ph.D.

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Assistant Director and Training Director
Counseling and Psychological Services

Dr. Majeda Humeidan is an Ohio native. She has a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and M.A. in Counseling from Ball State University with a B.S. from Ohio State. She has worked as a psychologist and held leadership roles within student affairs and at several counseling centers in the US and abroad. As part of her commitment to global education, equity, and women’s empowerment, she helped establish accredited psychology teaching and training programs for women internationally. Majeda is particularly interested in psychologist training and the supervisory working alliance, the topic of her early researchc. She is also interested in career development, social justice, and the role of culture and protective factors and mental health. Majeda practices from a culturally sensitive, existential model. She focuses on issues related to identity development, including intersectionality, risk, growth, transitions, and trauma (cultural, historical, familial, or other) and other areas of importance to college student health.