Zubin DeVitre, M.S.

Zubin DeVitre, M.S.
Pronouns he/him/his
Job Title
Psychology Intern
Bowling Green State University
New Mexico Highlands University
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Professional Interests:
- Multicultural considerations
- Pan-Asian/Asian Americans
- South Asian/Asian Americans
- Identity processing/identity-based considerations (e.g., race, ethnicity, LGBTQIA+ identities)
- Student experiences as they related to campus climate/peer interactions
- Systemic-based understandings/considerations
- Teaching and Outreach services
- Consultation/Supervision
Approach to Therapy:
I approach therapy from a multicultural lens by contextualizing how everything that makes up our identity (e.g., gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, race) impacts the way in which we interact with the world and the way the world interacts with us. Recognizing that many marginalized groups face system-based concerns that create a variety of mental health considerations, my work focuses on acceptance-based approaches, empowerment, and cognitive/emotional processing. Working predominately out of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and acceptance commitment therapy (ACT)-based models, I help my clients to understand their thoughts and feelings in relation to how they influence our reactions to the world around us while also working to help them navigate and challenge the systemic barriers they may face.
Approach to Wellness:
My approach to wellness is highly holistically based. Doing my best to “practice what I preach” I am intentional about ensuring that I can attend to all forms of wellness (physical, emotional, social, environmental, etc.) throughout my weekly activities. For me, this includes gaming, any food related activities, findings ways to get outdoors, and a producing a relentless amount of “terrible dad jokes” (i.e., puns).