Join the Women's Center in welcoming Jean Semelfort, Jr., Prevention Programs Manager in the SHARE Office for Tea with Feminists! Jean is a licensed professional counselor in the State of New Jersey. He has been an advocate, educator and clinician for 9 years, merging feminist principles with his clinical skills to address issues surrounding domestic violence, sexual assault, and trauma. Jean began this work at Ramapo College of New Jersey’s Women’s Center, engaging men on campus on the intersections between unhealthy characteristics of masculinity and gender based violence. He has continued to work with individuals on developing healthier ideas of masculinity in various settings ranging from schools to prisons. Jean received his Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Ramapo College, and received his Masters degree in Counseling Psychology at the College of Saint Elizabeth. Jean is dedicated to continuing his work towards challenging problematic structures of masculinity and helping men and women develop healthier identities. In addition to his work at Princeton, Jean is the founder of the Cactus Center, a private practice where he provides individual, family and couples psychotherapy, specifically sensitive to the needs of people of color.
Prevention Programs Manager in the SHARE Office
This event is open to all undergraduate and graduate students, staff and faculty.
Sponsored by the Women's Center.