Sukanya Ray is a tenured Associate Professor in Psychology at Suffolk University, Boston Massachusetts. She has received training and worked as University Faculty in India, Australia and USA. Her research interests/publications include immigrant mental health risks/disparities, body image/eating problems, trauma/resiliency. She serves as Board member, community consultant, multi-cultural competence trainer, empowerment/prevention program educator in collaboration with clinicians, researchers and agencies. She has co-authored a recently published book “Beyond the Campus: Building a Sustainable University-Community Partnership”. She has received 2014 Stanley Sue Distinguished Lecture Award for her contribution of diversity education to the field of psychology at University of Maine, Orono.
Immigrant/Ethnic Minority Communities and Health Risk Factors; Asian Mental Health Risks/Health Disparity issues; Diversity/Multicultural Psychology; Body image issues/Eating Problems; Trauma; Resiliency & Empowerment; Positive Psychology; Cyberpsychology