Luis Aguilera, MA
Mr. Aguilera is the Director of the Rehabilitation Services Clinical Teaching Laboratory and Community Rehabilitation Program (CRP) in the College of Health Sciences. He has been a Department of Rehabilitation Services CRP provider for 30 years and has assisted half of the CRPs in El Paso to becoming CRPs. Thousands of individuals in the El Paso area have been placed in competitive employment with CRP supports.
Campbell Building at Room 102
Chuling Lo, PhD., CRC
Dr. Chuling Lo received her doctorate in Rehabilitation Counselor Education from the University of Iowa in 2013. Additionally, she completed her post-doctoral training at the University of Texas at El Paso, with a focus on sports concussion and mild traumatic brain injuries. Her research interests include counselor training, mild traumatic brain injury, and spiritual well-being assessment.
Campbell Building at Room 316
Stephany N. Martinez, MRC, CRC
Ms. Stephany Martinez is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor. She received her Master's in Rehabilitation Counseling from UTEP in 2016. As a graduate research assistant, she has assisted with research topics in the areas of utilizing motivational interviewing for individuals with severe mental illness and soft skills training workshops for individuals with physical disabilities. Her areas of interest are vocational rehabilitation services for transitioning youth, traumatic brain injury, and severe mental illness.
Emre Umucu, PhD, CRC
Dr. Umucu received his doctorate in Rehabilitation Psychology in 2017 from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and joined UTEP in Fall of 2017. His research interests include veterans, substance use disorders, severe mental illnesses, diabetes, happiness, resilience, well-being, and positive psychology interventions.
Campbell Building at Room 318
Ms. Weber is the Department’s Administrative Assistant and Building Manager. She has her AA in General Studies from University of Maryland. As a military child, military spouse and, now a military mom, she has seen the world. She has been employed at UTEP since September 1996 and has been working in the administrative/secretarial field for 40 years.
Campbell Building at Room 101