Cheryl Crippen

Consultant to the Parent Voice,

Cheryl is an educator and consultant who specializes in cross-cultural relations. Her professional experiences in both international relations and counseling psychology have informed her current research on the processes of cultural adaptation among intercultural couples, and the patterns of social-emotional adjustment in multiple-heritage young children. Over the past decade, she has interviewed over 100 individuals in intercultural relationships across six continents about their experiences raising children and navigating cultural diversity within families.

She is a co-author of ‘Competencies for Counseling the Multiracial Population: Couples, Families, and Individuals’ adopted in 2015 by the American Counseling Association Governing Council. Cheryl teaches counseling and clinical psychology at California State University, Fullerton.

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