- Graduate School - The University of Texas at Austin (2010-2016), Psychology
- Internship - Veterans Affairs Medical Center (2015-2016), Psychology
- Residency - Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center (2016-2017), Psychology
Olufunke Awosogba, Ph.D.
Olufunke Awosogba, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor and the Vice Chair of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Department of Psychiatry, a licensed psychologist in the State of Texas, and the Director of the Behavioral Health Program in the Hematology and Oncology Outpatient Clinic at Parkland Hospital. She earned her M.A. and Ph.D. in counseling psychology from The University of Texas at Austin with clinical training in health psychology at VA (Veteran Affairs) Medical Centers in Memphis, TN, and Houston, TX. Her clinical focus is on helping adults with chronic medical conditions achieve optimal psychological wellness and better quality of life. She is also passionate about increasing mental health literacy and reducing mental health stigma among people of color.
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- American Psychosocial Oncology Society
- American Psychological Association
- Association of Black Psychologists
- Dallas Fort-Worth Association of Black Psychologists
- Texas Psychological Association
An Examination of the Impact of Racial and Ethnic Identity, Impostor Feelings, and Minority Status Stress on the Mental Health of Black College Students
McClain S, Beasley S, Jones B, Awosogba O, et al. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development 2016 44 2 101-117
Cancer, COVID-19, and the Black community.
Robbins MA, Awosogba OOR, Knox-Rice TK, Journal of psychosocial oncology 2021 39 3 305-308
A 12-year content analysis of the Journal of Black Psychology (2000-2011): Implications for the field of Black psychology
Cokley K, Awosogba O, Taylor D Journal of Black Psychology 2014 40 3 215-238
The roles of gender stigma consciousness, impostor phenomenon and academic self- concept in the academic outcomes of women and men
Cokley K, Awad G, Smith L, Jackson S, Awosogba O, et al. Sex Roles 2015 73 414-426
"They stand in the middle now": Pathways to meeting psychological needs by adolescents who are refugees from sub-Saharan Africa.
Rial K, Woodford J, Laywell A, Merrell C, Abbe M, Awosogba O, Musekura B, Kalondji J, Stewart S, Cultural diversity & ethnic minority psychology 2021 Nov
Impostor feelings as a moderator and mediator of the relationship between perceived discrimination and mental health among racial/ethnic minority college students.
Cokley K, Smith L, Bernard D, Hurst A, Jackson S, Stone S, Awosogba O, Saucer C, Bailey M, Roberts D Journal of counseling psychology 2017 Mar 64 2 141-154
- An Examination of the Impact of Racial and Ethnic Identity, Impostor Feelings, and Minority Status Stress on the Mental Health of Black College Students