Robert T. Carter, PhD
Robert T. Carter is Professor of Psychology and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. Over 30 years, he taught courses on race and racial identity in psychology and education; racial-cultural counseling; and multicultural psychology. Known internationally for his work on race, racism, culture, race-based traumatic stress, and racial identity ego statuses, Robert has authored 130 articles and nine books, most recently Confronting Racism (Carter and Scheuermann, 2020) and Measuring the Effects of Racism (Carter and Pieterse, 2020). He holds a PhD in counseling psychology from the University of Maryland.