Cassandra D. Page, Psy.D.Assistant Dean, College of Health & Behavioral SciencesPsy.D. Program DirectorAssociate ProfessorPsychology Department757.352.4292contact me
Cassandra D. Page, Psy.D.
Since joining the School of Psychology & Counseling faculty in 2014, Dr. Cassandra Page has been fortunate to journey alongside the Psy.D. graduate student population whilst ensuring that culturally diverse students succeed in their endeavors. Her various roles have enabled her to provide perspectives in understanding the role of the offender while also being viewed as the offense, value differences so unique stories, perspectives, and voices can be heard and upheld, all while challenging students to see the light in the midst of darkness.
Page’s passion for integrating faith, multicultural competence and psychology training developed while completing undergraduate studies at Pepperdine University and was further fueled during graduate training at Rosemead School of Psychology. Her unwavering charge to return to a Christian graduate school community that values integrating faith into practice while also emphasizing mentorship of minoritized students in the clinical psychology field was fulfilled with her appointment at Regent.
Page’s love of mentorship is continually demonstrated through her roles as niche mentor for students of color, faculty advisor to the Association of Black Psychologists’ Student Circle, founder of the Academy of Minority Identity Development and Advocacy (AMIDA) research team, and director of the campus Psychological Services Center.
Page enjoys reminding students that, regardless of injustices they experience or the diverse identities they hold, the calling placed on their lives steadfastly remains. Nourishing her charge to intentionally mentor and train students in a faith community, regardless of diverse identities held, has been a true treasure and great reward.
Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, Biola University
M.A. Clinical Psychology, Biola University
B.A. Psychology, Pepperdine University
Licensure/Certification: Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Johnson, J., Wiles, J., & Page, C. (2015, July). Forgiveness and Health: Forgiveness is Good for both Mind and Body. In Olsen, E.L. (Ed.), Forgiveness: Social Significance, Health Impact and Psychological Effects. Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Page, C. (2015, July). A Letter to Our Children. American Psychological Association Division 35, Section 1 Newsletter, Still I Rise: Voices of Black Women in Psychology.
Page, C., Jones, H., Burke, C., & Million, C. (2015, Summer). Psychology and Social Justice: Advocating for Change? In Psych Discourse News Journal of the Association of Black Psychologists.
Page, C. (2017, July). Breaking Barriers. American Psychological Association Division 36 Newsletter, Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality.
Page, C. (2017, October). Dismantling #TakeAKnee. American Psychological Association Division 45 Newsletter, Focus, Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity and Race.
Yarhouse, M.A., Sides, J., & Page, C. (2018). The Complexities of Multicultural Competence with LGBT+ Populations. In Frisby, C. & O’Donohue, W. (Eds.), Cultural Competence in Applied Psychology: Theory, Science, Practice, and Evaluation.
Trent, F. A., Dwiwardani, C., & Page, C. D. (2020). Factors impacting the retention of ethnic minority students in graduate programs: A qualitative study, Training and Education in Professional Psychology.
American Psychological Association, Member Division 2
Society for the Teaching of Psychology, Division 35
Society for the Psychology of Women, Division 35, Section One
The Psychology of Black Women, Division 45
Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity and Race
Association of Black Psychologists, Member
|Faculty Award for Excellence, Service||May 2019|
|William L. Hathaway Outstanding Faculty Award||May 2019|
|Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges||May 2013|
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