Residential Library

Manuel Blasini-Méndez

Clinical Psychology Doctoral Candidate & Consultant, MA

Meet Manuel Blasini

I was born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico where I pursued my undergraduate studies in the Universidad Del Sagrado Corazon. I moved to the US to pursue a  PsyD in Clinical Psychology at George Fox University. I am a Certified Addictions Therapist and I currently have a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology.  

Furthermore, I am a Doctoral Intern at Oregon State University, where I provide individual therapy, group therapy as well as serve in a consultative and supportive role to parters of the Counseling Center.

I am credited with the Certificate of Family Business Advising from the Family Firm Institute. I have worked as a consultant with non-profits, universities, and community leaders.

On my free time, I enjoy spending time with my wife, friends, and family, as well as going to the movies, binge-watching Netflix series, and eating new foods. I am also the proud father of a Boston Terrier named Cacique and a Domestic Long Hair cat named Tess.

Books on the Desk



Clinical Work

Shame, Trauma, Resiliency & Alcohol-Related Behaviors in Puerto Rican Populations

Serious Conversation

Clinical Work

Interpersonal-Postcolonial Supervision in Psychology


Clinical Work

Post-Traumatic Growth & Resiliency in Puerto Rican Hurricane María Victims