Diversity and Culture

Scholarly Research on Asian Pacific Americans and Trauma


Dr. Eusebio is currently authoring a book for a series that will examine child maltreatment across cultural groups. His contribution  will examine core multicultural concepts (e.g., intersectionality, acculturation, spirituality, oppression) as they relate to child maltreatment in Asian American/Pacific Islander children. The first book will extensively discuss the multicultural concepts as they relate child maltreatment in the United States, while the remaining four books will focus on specific ethnic groups, including the Asian Pacific Americans Community, the Black/African American Community, the Latinx Community, and the Native American/Alaska Native Community. Each book will be grounded in prevention, wellness, and feminism and authored by an academician and a practitioner.

Scholarly Research exploring Ethnic Representation 

Dr. Eusebio is currently working on a project with Dr. Danel Koonce at Governors State University exploring the ethnic representation of faculty and practitioners in School Psychology. 

Recent Cultural and Diversity Contributions

Eusebio, E. C., Gundrum, C. E. (2018). Assessment and treatment of externalizing problems.  In M. Hass (Ed.) School      

     Psychology in VietnamNew York, NY: Springer.

Dr. E. Cruz Eusebio is founder and faculty advisor to the Asian Pacific American Society which is currently active through The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Dr. Eusebio is investing ethnic minority representation in mental health initiatives in America and exploring grant funding to increase inner city and urban demographic access to optimal mental health.