Heesoon Jun


B.S., Psychology, Washington State University, 1971; M.A., Clinical Psychology, Radford University, 1972; Ph.D., Educational Psychology, University of Washington, 1982.

Expertise: development/learning, abnormal psychology, multicultural psychology

Interests: transformative learning, a shift in thinking (from inappropriate dichotomous and hierarchical to holistic) to see multiple dimensions and multiple layers of an issue, intrapersonal communication on identity construction, consciousness studies, implicit learning and its impact on behaving/thinking/feeling, the complex and intertwined relationships among systemic privilege and oppression and internalized privilege and oppression.

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Contact Information

Lab II 2267
(360) 867-6855

Current, Recent, and Upcoming Offerings

Year Offering
2016-17 Shaping: Identities and Objects
Fall and Winter
2015-16 The Essential Ingredients of Intercultural Competence
2015-16 Health and Human Development
Fall and Winter
2014-15 Multicultural Counseling: A Holistic Perspective
Fall, Winter and Spring
2013-14 The Nature and Evolution of Human Psychology
Fall and Winter
2013-14 Student-Originated Studies: Psychology and Integrative Health