Jose Reyes, Ed. D., LPC
Dr. Jose Reyes is a national presenter and consultant on the topic of Cultural Competence, Diversity Integration and Human Relations with emphasis on program development and consumer advocacy.
Dr. Reyes has over 20 years experience in program development, public health, culturally competent delivery systems, child welfare, and migrant health. He has consulted nationally with The Annie E. Casey Foundation, AT&T Employee Assistance Program, The National Football League Security Office, The National Institute of Mental Health Child and Adolescent Service System Program and several nationally known migrant service networks like the Migrant Clinicians Network and Migrant Health Promotion.
Born in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, Dr. Reyes migrated to the United States at age sixteen. He holds a Doctoral degree from the University of Cincinnati with emphasis on Cultural Anthropology, Educational Foundations, Counseling and Qualitative Research. In 1984, Dr. Reyes received a Research Fellowship from New York University to study mental health issues of Latino migrants. He also holds a Masters Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Spanish Literature.
Dr. Reyes has consultation experience working in areas such as the Correctional System, Child Welfare and Substance Abuse. He has published in the area of Culturally Sensitive Mental Health Services for Latino Migrants. Dr. Reyes is also a Clinical Member with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is licensed as a Professional Counselor in the State of Colorado.