Dr. Kristine De Jesus discusses the need for collegiate recovery across all higher education campuses, why our students need these resources, and why so many young people are turning to drugs and alcohol.
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About Dr. Kristine De Jesus
Dr. De Jesus holds a Bachelors of Arts degree from Rutgers University, completed a Masters of Arts degree in Organizational Behavior at Alliant International University and received a Doctorate of Psychology degree from the California School of Professional Psychology, where she specialized in Health & Cross-Cultural Psychology. She is a Sugarman Fellow at Princeton University where she is developing the non-profit Students Recover, the first online student recovery community. Dr. De Jesus served as an advisor to the Red Hawk Recovery Program Montclair State University, and the Educational Coordinator for the Campus Alcohol and Substance Awareness Program at Temple University.
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