Chieh Li, Ed.D., NCSP
Dr. Chieh Li is an Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Training of Northeastern University’s School Psychology Program. She received her Ed.D. from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and is a licensed psychologist and nationally certified school psychologist. Dr. Li has extensive experience with multicultural populations both in research and practice of school psychology in addition to international teaching experience. She teaches master’s and doctoral courses on multicultural counseling and assessment and does research on cross-cultural psychology. As a bilingual (Chinese and English) psychologist, she also writes on bilingual and bicultural issues in the practice of counseling and school psychology, including intercultural stressors of Chinese immigrant students and culturally sensitive interventions. Her work has been presented at numerous national and international conferences, published in English and Chinese. Dr. Li has been conscientiously using her multicultural knowledge to serve the community. She has served on the Northeastern University President Advisory Board on diversity issues--Asian group, chaired the Bouvé College diversity committee, reached out to underserved immigrant children and parents in the Greater Boston Area, and served on the national Futures Task Force of School Psychology on Home-School Partnership. She has also served as chair of the national Council of Directors of School Psychology Programs (CDSPP) and the CDSPP practicum taskforce, and as the liaison of Massachusetts School Psychology Association to International School Psychology Association. Currently she serves on the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) bilingual-interest-group steering committee, the editorial board of the Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, School Psychology Forum, (School Psychology) Trainers’ Forum, North American Journal of Medicine & Health (in Chinese: 北美医学与健康). She has also reviewed for a few other journals including Journal of Educational Psychologyand School Psychology Review.