Dr. Vaibhavee AgaskarAssistant ProfessorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (201) 200-3012Office Rossey 506Specializations: Children and adolescents in mental health, quantitative research methods
Ph.D., Counselor Education, Oakland University, MichiganM.A., Clinical Psychology, University of Mumbai, IndiaB.A., Psychology, University of Mumbai, India
COUN 604 Tests and MeasurementsCOUN 606 Research Methodology and ApplicationsCOUN 609 Personality Maladjustments
Robert W. Brown Memorial Award from School of Education, Oakland University (2008, 2009)
Publications:Taber, B. J., Leibert, T,. & Agaskar, V. R. (2011). Relationships among client-therapist personality congruence, working alliance, and therapeutic outcome. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice. Leibert, T., Smith, J. B., & Agaskar, V. R. (2011). Relationship between the working alliance and social support on counseling outcome. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 67, 709-719.Agaskar, V. R., & Smith, J. (2011). Predictors in Asian American depression: By using national data on Latino and Asian American study, NLAAS. (Manuscript under preparation).Agaskar, V. R., Oden, S., & Meer, D. (2011). Therapists' perspectives on Asian American mental health: A qualitative analysis. (Manuscript under preparation).Agaskar, V. R. (2008). Report on program evaluation of "Asian American Safety Center," Washington.
Conference Presentations: Agaskar, V. R. (Feb, 2012). Use of social support among Asian American clients. Paper accepted at Southeastern Conference on Cross-Cultural Issues in Counseling and Education, Savannah, GA.Agaskar, V. R. (April, 2012). Role of family factor in Asian American's psychological health: An analysis of National Latino and Asian American Study (NLAAS). Poster accepted at NYMHCA Convention, Albany, NY.Leibert, T., & Agaskar, V. R. (2009). Empirical investigation of whether common factors explain counseling outcome in a university practicum center. Paper presented at American Counseling Association, Charlotte, NC.Agaskar, V. R., & Smith, J. B. (2009). Prevalence of depression among Asian Americans: By using National Latino and Asian American Study sample (NLAAS, 2002-03). Poster presentated at American Counseling Association, Charlotte, NC.Agaskar, V. R., Oden, S., & Meer, D. (2008). Therapists' perspectives on Asian American mental health: A qualitative analysis. Poster presentation at the Annual Convention of Asian American Psychological Association, Boston.