Sinéad Sant-Barket, PhD
Sinéad Sant-Barket, Ph.D., is a consultant and counseling psychologist whose professional interests center on racial-cultural socialization and the intersectionality of socio-cultural identities across the lifespan; the impact of systemic, institutional, structural, social, & cultural forms of oppression and privilege on individual and collective well-being; and feminism, social justice, diversity, inclusion, and advocacy in psychology and education. She is an assistant professor and counselor at The City College of New York (CUNY) in the Search for Education, Elevation, and Knowledge (SEEK) Program, which is a higher education opportunity program that serves mostly immigrant and/or BIPOC first-generation college attendees. Dr. Sant-Barket received her Ph.D. from Teachers College, Columbia University and has worked for over 15 years as a clinician and educator in public and private hospitals and universities in NYC. Most recently, Dr. Sant-Barket worked at Montefiore Medical Center’s Supporting Healthy Relationships (SHR) Program, where she led the program’s efforts to provide inclusive and culturally-affirming relationship education to sexual and gender minority couples and families.