Dr. Marguerite Lengyell

Profile

Marguerite Lengyell is a Psychologist and Assistant Professor in the Graduate Program in Counselling Psychology at the Faculty of Education at Western University. Her research interests include critical multiculturalism and the integration of culturally responsive and anti-oppressive practices in counselling and education.

Expertise Areas

Recent Publications

Journal Articles

Brown, J. & Lengyell, M. (2022). Psychotherapists' efforts to increase awareness of social privilege. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 00, 1– 12. https://doi.org/10.1002/capr.12539

 Lengyell, M., Weststrate, N. M., & Moodley, R. (2022). Interracial couples’ experiences with co-parenting school-aged mixed-race children. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology

Edited Volumes

Moodley, R., Lengyell, M., Gielen, U., & Wu, R. (Eds.). (2015). Therapy without borders: International and cross-cultural case studies handbook. American Counseling Association.

Book Chapters

 Lengyell, M. (in preparation). Parenting mixed-race children. In S. Raghunandan & R. Moodley (Eds.), Intercultural intimacies: Race, culture and mental health. Routledge.

Teaching and Supervision

  • Theories of Counselling Psychology
  • Counselling interventions and Community Mental Health
  • Internship in Counselling (2 terms)
  • Cross-Cultural Counselling

Knowledge Mobilization

Kassen, J., & Lengyell, M. (2020). Addressing systemic racism through principles of employment equity in education: A literature review. Report prepared for the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation.