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 Dr. Chris Cubero 

 

SPOTLIGHT

Education Background

  • Ph. D., Rehabilitation Counseling & Administration, East Carolina University
  • M.S., Clinical Substance Abuse Counseling, East Carolina University
  • B.S., Psychology, Pennsylvania State University

Certifications & Licensures

  • Licensed Professional Counselor of Pennsylvania 
  • Master of Addiction Counseling
  • Certified Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor of Pennsylvania
  • National Certified Counselor

Professional Interests & Specialties

  • Substance Use Counseling
  • Multicultural Counseling Competence
  • Attitudes toward Persons with Disabilities

Theoretical Orientation or Counseling Style

  • Eclectic
  • Motivational Interviewing & Enhancement Therapy
  • Button Therapy/Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Gestalt Therapy
  • Transactional Analysis

Professional Association Memberships

  • Professional Association for Rehabilitation Counselors
  • National Association for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors
  • American College Counseling Association 

Courses Taught

  • CDEV 701: Practicum
  • REHB 2003: Alcohol, Drug Abuse & Society
  • REHB 5793: Treatment of Alcohol & Drug Addiction
  • REHB 2000: Community Resources in Rehabilitation & Healthcare

Publications

Dissertation: Cubero, C. G. (2009). An investigation of Master's Level Counselor-In-Training Multicultural Counselor Skill Competence & Personality.

Stebnicki, M. A., & Cubero, C. G. (2008). Multicultural Counseling in Rehabilitation: A content analysis of syllabi from rehabilitation training programs. Rehabilitation Education, 22, 89-100.

Sheaffer, B. L., Sias, S. M., Toriello, P. J., & Cubero, C. G. (2008). Ego Development and Preferred Social Distance from Persons with DisabilitiesRehabilitation Education, 22, 147-

Toriello, P. J., Leierer, S. J., Sheaffer, B. L., & Cubero, C. G. (2008). Threat and Visibility Impact of Disabilities and Other Conditions on Social Distance Preferences. Rehabilitation Education (accepted for publication in an upcoming issue)

Cubero, C. G.(2007). Situational leadership and persons with disabilities. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation, Special Issue: Workplace Issues and Placement, 29(4), 351-156.

Cubero, C. G., Wong-Hernandez, L., & Wong, D. W. (2006). Attitudes toward persons with disabilities. Chinese Journal of Rehabilitation Theory and Practice, 12(9), 745-748.

Oral Presentations

International

Love, G. A., Cubero, C. G., & Perdian, T. J. (2009). Enhancing a College Counseling Center AOD Program Via Collaboration, International Coalition for Addiction Studies Education (INCASE) Biennial Conference.

National

Sligar, S. R., Atherton, W. L., Cubero, C. G., Zeng, X., & Toriello, P. J. (2008). An Innovative Intervention for Unemployed Substance Abusers. 8th Annual National Council on Rehabilitation Educators (NCRE) Conference.


Cubero, C. G.(2006). Transactional Analysis and its Usage with Substance Abusing Populations. Professional Association for Rehabilitation Counselors (PARC). 

Toriello, P. J., Leierer, S. J., Keferl, J., Sheaffer, B. L., & Cubero, C. G. (2006) Individuals in Long Term Recovery: What We Know & What We Need to Know. 6th Annual National Council on Rehabilitation Educators (NCRE) Conference. 
State & Regional

Toriello, P. J., Sligar, S. R., Atherton, W. L., & Cubero, C. G. (2008). Substance abuse in rural areas. The 4th Annual Jean Mills Health Symposium. Greenville, NC.

Cubero, C. G.(2006). Substance Abuse and the Family. Nash-Rocky Mount School’s Migrant Education Center (Spanish-speaking Presentation).

Cubero, C. G.(2005). Situational Leadership and Persons with Disabilities. East Carolina University, Greenville, NC. 

State & Regional

Toriello, P. J., Sligar, S. R., Atherton, W. L., & Cubero, C. G. (2008). Substance abuse in rural areas. The 4th Annual Jean Mills Health Symposium. Greenville, NC.
Cubero, C. G.(2006). Substance Abuse and the Family. Nash-Rocky Mount School’s Migrant Education Center.
Cubero, C. G.(2005). Situational Leadership and Persons with Disabilities. East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.
 

What he enjoys most about working at the counseling center:

I enjoy helping students on their journey through life at SRU and beyond.