Research Trends in Counseling: An Input for a Research Agenda
|Adelaida C. Gines, PhD, RGC, RPsy|
Dr. Adelaida C. Gines was formerly the Vice President for Academics of the Philippine Normal University. She was also the former Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Department Head of the same University in both undergraduate and graduate levels. She is a Registered Guidance Counselor, a Registered Psychologist, a CHED Technical committee member for Guidance and Counseling from 2009 to 2014, an educator, research mentor in undergraduate and graduate levels, a writer of elementary and tertiary textbooks, a former executive assessor of MERALCO middle managers, a project/program manager, initiator, designer and much sought research speaker of training programs for senior and middle school managers, helping professionals, and student leaders. She is also the only Filipino Trainor of the International Deans' for SOUHEAST ASIA based in Germany since 2008. She was formerly the National Executive Vice President for State Universities and Colleges for Teacher Education Association (SUCTEA).
Moreover, she was also the founding president and president for five years (1998-2003) of the Philippine Association of Psychosocial Helping Professionals (PAPSHP). She occupied varied positions such as the National Treasurer, PRO, Vice President and currently the President of Philippine Guidance and Counseling Association, Inc. Further, she was also a recipient of the 2015 Philippine Regulation Commission (PRC) Outstanding Professional of the Year (OPY) in the field of Guidance and Counseling.
Finally, for her academic qualifications, she finished PhD in Psychology at the University of Santo Tomas, MA at the University of the Philippines Diliman, and BSEEd at The Philippine Normal University. She also has several post-Doctoral trainings/fellowships grants at the Kassel University, and Humboldt University Zu Berlin, both in Germany, specifically, modules on Organizational Development and Management, Leadership, Curriculum Development, Teaching and Learning, Research Management and Conflict Prevention and Management.