California School of Professional Psychology
San Francisco Beach St Campus
Assistant, Clinical PhD Program
Alliant International University San Francisco
One Beach Street, Suite 100
San Francisco CA 94133-1221
Courses, Research Interests, Publications
Psychometrics, Statistics, and Research Design
Research Seminar: Adolescents, Women, and Families
Eating Disorders: Treatment and Prevention Workshop
Casey-Cannon, S., Pasch, L., Tschann, J., & Flores, E. (2006). Non-parent adult social support and depressive symptoms among Mexican American and European American adolescents. Journal of Early Adolescence, 26, 318-343.
Casey-Cannon, S., Nguyen, W., & Velazquez, C. (2006). Engaging social justice: Applying ecological models of career development to advocate for client, organization, and personal change. Career Planning and Adult Development Journal, 21(4), 22-33.
Harris, A. H. S., Standard, S., Bruning, J. L., Casey, S., Hoffman Goldberg, J., Oliver, L., Ito, K., Marshall, J. M. (2002). The accuracy of abstracts in psychology journals. Journal of Psychology, 136, 141-148.
Casey-Cannon, S. (2002). Mirroring our mothers: Mothers' life choices and daughters' education, career, and family aspirations. (Doctoral dissertation, Stanford University, 2002).
Casey-Cannon, S., Hayward, R. C., Gowen, L. K. (2001). Middle-school girls' stories of overt and relational peer victimization. Professional School Counseling, 5(2), 138-147.
Moyer, A., Salovey, P., & Casey-Cannon, S. (1999). Challenges facing female doctoral students and recent graduates. Psychology of Women's Health, 23, 607-630.
Torney-Purta, J., Damon, W., Casey-Cannon, S., Gardner, J., Gonzalez, R., Moore, M., Wong, C. (1999). Creating citizenship: Youth development for free and democratic society (Executive Summary - Consensus Conference Document) Palo Alto: Stanford University, Stanford Center on Adolescence.
Casey-Cannon, S. (1998). The moderating effects of the presence of a socially supportive (non-parent) adult on adolescent risk behavior and adjustment. Unpublished master's thesis, San Francisco State University.
Casey-Cannon, S., & Coleman, H. K. L. (in press). The systemic nature of bullying: "Handle your own business, punk!" in L. Hobson & L. Carlson (Eds.), Critical Incidents in Counseling Children. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.
Casey-Cannon, S. & Lock, J. (in press). Understanding and treating eating disorders in youth.
Casey-Cannon, S. (in press). Ethnic identity in the practice of school counseling. In C. J. Yeh & H. L. K. Coleman (Eds.), Handbook of School Counseling.
Casey-Cannon, S., & Schlosser, D. (2006). Cognitive heuristics used by minority youth negotiating diverse cultural contexts. Presentation at the American Psychological Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Casey-Cannon, S., Coleman, H.L.K., Fillingame, L.K., & Velazquez, C.C. (2006). Three ethnic identity measures: Validation and concurrent validity for adolescents. Poster presentation at the American Psychological Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Oliver, L., Chou, H. K., Emery, D. K., Casey-Cannon, S., & Compian, L. (2006). Best practices in youth development. Ways to support and foster child and adolescent development. Presentation at the International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.
Coleman, H.L.K., & Casey-Cannon, S. (2006). Cultural identity, coping with cultural diversity, and academic self-efficacy. Presentation at the American Psychological Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Velazquez, C.C., & Casey-Cannon, S. (2006). Latino adolescents' academic and household responsibilities, academic success, and educational aspirations. Poster at the American Psychological Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Casey-Cannon, S. (2006). Redefining Success: Celebrating diverse career and personal pathways using the ecological model of women's development. Presentation at the Stanford Professional Women's Conference, Stanford, CA.
Casey-Cannon, S. (2006). Breaking the cycle! The use of models in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for treating adolescent Bulimia Nervosa. Presentation at the Society for Research on Adolescence, San Francisco, CA.
Coleman, H., Casey-Cannon, S., & Fillingame, L.K. (2005). Cultural Identity and Minority Student Achievement. Presentation at the Multicultural Summit, New York, NY.
Coleman, H., Casey-Cannon, S., & Fillingame, L.K. (2005). Cultural Identity, Bicultural Competence, Strategies for Coping with Cultural Diversity and Minority Student Achievement. Presentation at the Multicultural Education Conference, Melbourne, Australia.
Oliver, L., Chou, H. K., Emery, D. K., Casey-Cannon, S., & Compian, L. (2005). How influential relationships and cultural contexts foster self-efficacy in youth. Presentation at the International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.
Coleman, H., Casey-Cannon, S., & Fillingame, L.K. (2005). Cultural Identity and Minority Student Achievement: Bicultural Competence and its Relationship to a Resilient Outcome. Presentation at the American Psychological Association Conference, Washington, D.C.
Casey-Cannon, S. (2004). Special considerations: Minority women's career development models in practice. Presentation at the Career Development Institute, Center for Education and Work, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Casey-Cannon, S. (2004). Maternal influences on daughters' career and family aspirations. Poster at the meeting of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Washington, D.C.
Roeser, R., Galloway, M., Watson, C. M., Casey-Cannon, S., Keller, L. (2001). Exploring academic resilience and relational status among early-adolescent females. Presentation at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco.
Casey-Cannon, S., Pasch, L.E., Tschann, J., & Flores, E. (1998). The effects of family environment and supportive non-parent adults on adolescents. Poster at the meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, San Diego, California.
Academic History and Background
CA Licensed Psychologist (20159)
California Psychological Association
Society for Research on Adolescence
Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
American Psychological Association, APA Division 17: Counseling Psychology
American Counseling Association
Professional Practice and Community Service
California Psychological Association: CLASP Program, Ad-Hoc Committee Member, 2006-2007, 2006-2007
California Psychological Association, Site Visitor, Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award, 2006, 2006