Fernand Lubuguin, PhD, MA
Associate Professor of Clinical Practice, Psychiatry-Other CI Services

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Graduate School :
  • PhD, University of Colorado - Boulder (1993)
Undergraduate School:
  • BA, University of California–Berkeley (CA) (1982)
Internship:
  • VA Palo Alto Health Care System (1990)
Languages: English
Department: Psychiatry-Other CI Services

Professional Titles

  • Faculty & Staff Mental Health Clinic Psychologist - Department of Psychiatry
  • Wellness Coach & Consultant - Department of Orthopedics

Recognition & Awards

  • The Ancora Imparo Award, Clinical Psychology Internship Program, Dept. of Family Medicine, CU School of Medicine (2021)
    "In recognition of outstanding and inspirational contributions to intern training."
  • The Ancora Imparo Award, Clinical Psychology Internship Program, Dept. of Family Medicine, CU School of Medicine (2012)
    "In recognition of outstanding and inspirational contributions to intern training."
  • Minority Fellowship Program Symposium, Minority Fellowship Program, American Psychological Association (1996)
    Dissertation selected for presentation in "New Directions in Ethnic Minority Research" at the APA Annual Convention.
  • Equity and Excellence Award, University of Colorado at Boulder (1988)
    For outstanding contributions to the advancement of diversity, equity and inclusion as a graduate student."
  • Minority Paper Award, Rocky Mountain Psychological Association (1988)
    For outstanding research paper written by a graduate student of color attending an accredited clinical psychology program in the Rocky Mountain region.
  • Minority Fellowship Award, Minority Fellowship Program, American Psychological Association (1986)
    For outstanding potential as a graduate student to the advancement of research and service to underserved and underrepresented communities.

Teaching

  • Clinical Assistant Professor (2007)
    School of Medicine, Family Medicine
    From 2007 to present, I have been conducting the four-week Diversity Seminar series for the Clinical Psychology Internship Program. Since 2021, I have been conducting supplemental monthly seminars following my initial four-week series.

Publications

  • Davis, K.E., Lubuguin, F., & Schwartz, W. (Eds.) (2013). Advances in Descriptive Psychology, (Vol. 10). Ann Arbor, MI: The Descriptive Psychology Press
  • Davis, K.E., Lubuguin, F., & Schwartz, W. (Eds.) (2010). Advances in Descriptive Psychology, (Vol. 9). Ann Arbor: MI: The Descriptive Psychology Press
  • Guzman, F., Trevino, J., Lubuguin, F., & Aryan, B. (2010). Microaggressions in the pipeline for scholar of color. In Sue, D.W. (Ed.) Microaggressions and marginality: Manifestations, dynamics, and impact (pp. 145-167). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • Lubuguin, F. (2010). Teaching culturally competent psychotherapy: A descriptive psychology approach. In Davis, K.E., Lubuguin, F., & Schwartz, W. (Eds.) Advances in Descriptive Psychology. (Vol. 9, pp. 41-85). Ann Arbor, MI: The Descriptive Psychology Press.
  • Lubuguin, F. (2010). Teaching culturally competent psychotherapy: A year-long four-course approach. Psychotherapy Bulletin, 45(2), 46-51.
  • Lubuguin, F.S.A. (1998). The acculturation of culturally displaced persons: The case of Pilipino-Americans. In Jeffrey, H.J. & Bergner, R.M. (Eds.), Advances in Descriptive Psychology, (Vol. 7, pp. 167-233). Ann Arbor, MI: The Descriptive Psychology Press
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Professional Memberships

  • Society for Descriptive Psychology, Former President & Board Member
  • Asian American Psychological Association, Division of Filipinx Americans, Member

Practice Locations

Department of Psychiatry - Faculty and Staff Mental Health
1890 N Revere Ct
Anschutz Health Sciences Bldg, Suite 5242
Aurora, CO 80045
303-724-4987

Center Affiliations

Specialty Information

Specialties
  • Psychology
Clinical Interests
My wide range of clinical interests include the common problem areas of mood disorders, relationship issues, life stressors, and life transitions. As an immigrant and psychologist of color, I also have personal and professional interest in matters that involve race, ethnicity, culture, identity statuses, and diversity.

Care Philosophy
I apply my many years of experience as a clinician, a faculty member, and an administrator in higher education to provide empathic, efficient, and effective counsel to my patients in the Faculty & Staff Mental Health Clinic.

Public Speaking
Yes

General Information

Graduate Schools:
  • PhD, University of Colorado - Boulder (1993)
Undergraduate Schools:
  • BA, University of California–Berkeley (CA) (1982)
Internships:
  • VA Palo Alto Health Care System (1990)
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Languages: English
Department: Psychiatry-Other CI Services
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CU Anschutz
Fitzsimons Building

13001 East 17th Place
Campus Box C290
Aurora, CO 80045

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