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Keyoor Joshi Bio
Keyoor Joshi

Keyoor Joshi, M.S., LSSP, NCSP.


Office: Old Main, Room 424d
Email: kjoshi@wtamu.edu
Phone: 806-651-2728

Professional Profile

Keyoor Joshi joined the College of Education and Social Science in 2017. He received a B.A. in Industrial Psychology in 2003, an M.A in Educational Psychology in 2005, a Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical & Community Psychology in 2006, a Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical & Applied Hypnosis in 2007 and a M.Ed. in Educational Management in 2009 from The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India. He received an M.S. in School Psychology from University of Central Arkansas in 2012. He is expected to graduate his doctoral degree (PhD) in 2018.

Teaching and Related Service

Keyoor Joshi teaches School Psychology related coursework in addition to General Psychology, and Developmental Psychology. 

Keyoor Joshi is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP). Before joining WTAMU, he worked as a school psychology professional for 7 years with school districts in Texas, Washington and in India.

Keyoor Joshi has co-authored scholarly publications and he regularly presents workshop on effective counseling and counseling refugee and traumatized youth in the national and international conferences.

Keyoor Joshi is a member of several professional organizations such as the American Psychological Association (APA), the National Association of School Psychology (NASP), the Association of Contextual Behavioral Sciences (ACBS), and International Association of School Psychology (ISPA).

Research and Creative Activity

Keyoor Joshi’s primary areas of research include counseling refugee and traumatized children, systematic counseling outcome management for culturally diverse clients, and the neuroscience of mindfulness.

Personal Sketch

Keyoor Joshi lives in Amarillo. He enjoys playing an ancient Indian classical musical instrument called “Rudraveena”.  He is a practitioner of meditation for over two decades, and occasionally leads “mindful mountaineering expedition” in the Himalayas.