Diana Camilo, Ed.D., LCP, NCC is an Assistant Professor in the Counseling Program in the College of Education at California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB). Her expertise is in school counseling, student services, and administration. As an administrator for Chicago Public Schools, she provided district-wide planning, management, and the evaluation of interventions and policies to support and sustain the implementation of school counseling programs. Her teaching and research interests include culturally responsive practices and supervision, school counseling, the college and career readiness of minoritized populations, stress management, and practitioners’ experienced secondary traumatic stress disorder.
She was the founder and chair of the Supporting Access to Higher Education for Immigrant and Undocumented Students conference and is a member of the UndocuResearch Collaborative at CSU San Marcos. She has served as an advisor to the Career Council for the University of Mississippi, Chi Sigma Iota-Epsilon Mu Chapter, and Education Without Borders at SDSU. She also served as a mentor for the MANA-Hermanitas Mentoring Program. Dr. Camilo is a Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) national trainer and has trained YMHF Aiders in Chicago, California, and Mississippi.
She also serves as Co-Director of the Center for Equity and Postsecondary Attainment (CEPA) at San Diego State University.
Ed.D. in Counseling Psychology, Argosy University (AU-Chicago)
M.S. in Human Development: School Counseling, University of Rochester (U of R)
B.A in Psychology, University of Rochester (U of R)
Counseling Program, California State University, San Bernardino
COUN 6231 Group Counseling
COUN 6237 Appraisal
COUN 6240 Introduction to Professional School Counseling
Youth Mental Health First Aid Trainer (National Council for Mental Wellbeing)
Research and Teaching Interests
Culturally Responsive Practices and Supervision * School Counseling * College and Career Readiness of Minoritized Population * Stress Management * Practitioners’ Experienced Secondary Traumatic Stress Disorder.