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Tyler Argüello

Tyler Argüello is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Social Work at California State University, Sacramento. Tyler’s research and clinical work is a transdisciplinary project that concerns communicative practices, Queer Theory, and the production of identities, sex/ualities, and health disparities, namely HIV. Currently, Tyler studies intergenerational stress and divides within queer populations, and is the Principal Investigator on multiple critical theory driven and multi-media studies on "HIV Stress Exchange”, AIDS Survivor Syndrome, and long-term survivorship of queer men, inclusive of all HIV statuses. Tyler has been a practicing social worker for over twenty years, primarily around community mental health and HIV. He teaches courses in difference and social justice, advanced mental health practice, psychodiagnostics, practice with LGBTQ+ communities, and qualitative research. He maintains a small private practice, provides clinical supervision, is a licensed independent clinical social worker (LCSW), and he is a Diplomate in Clinical Social Work (DCSW). He holds a B.A. (Spanish), BASW., MSW, and Ph.D. (Social Welfare), all from the University of Washington, Seattle.