Raque, Trisha, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Counseling Psychology
Associate Professor


303-871-4522, KRH 263

Dr. Raque accepts new doctoral students in 2021-2022. Trisha Raque (Associate Professor), PhD, University of Maryland, 2013. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Chair of the Division 17 Health Psychology Section. She serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Counseling Psychology and Journal of Career Assessment.  Dr. Raque’s areas of research include cancer survivorship (e.g., psychological and relational well-being of cancer survivors, career development of psycho-oncology care providers), navigating work after cancer, access to decent work, positive health psychology, and the centrality of sociocultural and political systems that intersect with health and career development.  She applies social justice principles and intersectionality to cancer survivorship with research and advocacy focused on the nexus of cancer with identities such as gender, sexual orientation, and social class. KRH 263, 303-871-4522, email: trisha.raque-bogdan@du.edu.  You can learn more about Dr. Raque’s research lab here: http://portfolio.du.edu/tlraque    

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