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Isabel Chell

Associate professor

Office

651-846-3370
ichell@argosy.edu

Education

  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Minnesota, 1988
  • B.A., Psychology, University of Miami, 1975

Biography

Dr. Chell is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology in the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology, Twin Cities. She has been involved with the Clinical Psychology program since 2001 and has been a member of the core faculty since 2004. Dr. Chell received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Minnesota with a minor from the Institute of Child Development. She is a licensed psychologist in the State of Minnesota. Dr. Chell's areas of specialization include the assessment and treatment of children and families, with a specific competence in the developmental impact of trauma on individuals and families. Her other areas of interest include attachment, developmental psychopathology and resilience. Dr. Chell is a native Spanish speaker and works with clients in both Spanish and English. She is proficient in multicultural and bilingual therapy, assessment and supervision. She also provides consultation to agencies on multicultural issues in practice.

Expertise

  • Child and adolescent psychology
  • Developmental psychopathology; developmental impact of trauma
  • Bilingual and multicultural assessment and treatment
  • Latino/a mental health

Memberships

  • American Psychological Association, Divisions 45 and 53
  • Minnesota Psychological Association
  • National Latino Psychological Association

Selected Lectures

  • Chell, I. G. (2011, October). Trabajando Con Familias Latinas. Two hour in-service presentation. Indian Health Board; Minneapolis, Minnesota. Audience: Psychologists, clinical social workers and graduate trainees.
  • Chell, I. G. (2010, September). Current Research on Multicultural Supervision. Two hour in-service presentation. Indian Health Board; Minneapolis, Minnesota. Audience: Psychologists, clinical social workers and graduate trainees.