Meri Storino

Lecturer

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Meri Storino

Office

Schulz Information Center, 2nd Floor, North

Office Hours

Tuesday:
12:00-14:00
Areas of Interest
Risk & Resiliency, Mental Health Issues in Youth, School Counseling, School Psychology
Education

Ph.D. Special Education, Disability, and Risk Studies

Biography

Dr. Meri Storino is adjunct faculty in the Departments of Psychology and Counseling at Sonoma State University. She has been teaching at SSU since 2001. Dr. Storino earned a Bachelor's degree in Spanish and a Master's degree in Psychology, with credentials in School Psychology and School Counseling, at Humboldt State University. After working for several years as both a school psychologist and school counselor, she obtained a Ph.D. in Special Education, Disability and Risk Studies at UC Santa Barbara. Her specific research interests include risk and resiliency, as well as systems level prevention and intervention in schools.