Yuki Yamazaki

Position title: Clinical Assistant Professor, Fordham University

Yuki Yamazaki is a Counseling Psychologist currently serving as the Clinical Assistant Professor for the Counseling Psychology Department at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education. She is a Licensed Counseling Psychologist as well as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in New York State. She received her Master’s degree in Psychological Counseling from Teachers College Columbia University and her PhD in Counseling Psychology from Fordham University. Dr. Yamazaki completed her pre-doctoral APA accredited internship at Manhattan Psychiatric Center focused on serious mental illness and her postdoctoral fellowship at NYU’s Counseling and Wellness Services working on their trauma and racial justice clinical teams. She currently serves as the Historian & Secretary on the Executive Committee of the Division on Multiracial and Adopted Asian Americans, a division of the Asian American Psychological Association. Her research focuses on Multiracial and Asian Americans experiences of stereotypes, microaggressions, and colorism. She was recently an invited speaker at The University of Tokyo’s Global Faculty Diversity Café series with the presentation, “An intersectional discussion on microaggressions and mental health.” Current manuscripts that are in progress include: “Multiracial Asian Americans: Intersectional Perceptions of Microaggressions and the Model Minority Myth” and “Multiracial Japanese women’s collective healing from internalized raciolinguistic ideologies through co-constructing narratives of resistance.”