Saturday, July 20, 2019
Kimberly Howard and Stephanie Dinius

Kimberly Howard and Stephanie Dinius

Kimberly A.S. Howard is an Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology and Applied Human Development at Boston University, and training director of the Counseling Psychology PhD program. Howard’s research and professional interests include the factors that promote vocational development and resilience amongst youth, the reasoning processes used by children and youth to understand career development processes, and the roles of counselling psychologists in public education to support children and youth. Stephanie M. Dinius is a doctoral student in Counseling Psychology at Boston University. Prior to her doctoral studies, Dinius completed a master’s in counseling and sport/performance psychology at Boston University. Her research and professional interests include student athlete career development and retirement from sport, and the role of college counsellors in supporting student vocational development.
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