Soledad Argüelles-Borge, Ph.D.

Soledad Argüelles-BorgeVisiting Professor
(954) 262-5820
soledada@nova.edu
Office: Maltz 2054A

Education

Professional Interests

Soledad Argüelles-Borge, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and Visiting Professor at NSU's College of Psychology. She has taught a variety of research courses at the undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral levels. Dr. Argüelles-Borge has advised many doctoral students throughout their dissertations, especially in the area of methodology. Furthermore, she has facilitated a great number of workshops, both live and online, related to research methods, specifically, literature reviews, research designs, ethics and feasibility of research projects. Not only has her teaching been diverse in terms of modality and level, but also in language and countries.

Dr. Argüelles-Borge teaches both in English and Spanish, and her international expertise has taken her to some of the countries where NSU has had a presence (Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Jamaica), and in a good number of states, as well as cities within Florida. Before coming to NSU, Dr. Argüelles-Borge was an assistant professor of research at the University of Miami School of Medicine’s Psychiatry Department. While at UM, she had both clinical and research duties. Her clinical duties included conducting both neuropsychological assessments for patients with an Alzheimer diagnosis, and family therapy with their families. Additionally, she conducted individual and group therapy to patients with an HIV diagnosis. On the research aspect, most of her research involved elderly patients. She has written two book chapters. Dr. Argüelles-Borge has a two-year postdoctorate fellowship in geropsychology from the University of Miami.

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