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Kristine Faith C. Moral, RPm

Faculty, Department of Psychology


  • B.A. Psychology, University of the Philippines in Diliman



  • Registered Psychometrician (RPm)



Faith is a part-time faculty member of the MC Department of Psychology, teaching Psychological Testing and Assessment, Experimental Psychology, and Sikolohiyang Pilipino. She graduated in 2008 from the University of the Philippines in Diliman, with a degree of Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and is now completing her degree of Master of Arts in Psychology (with clinical track) in the same University. Currently, she is working on her thesis on the utility and meaning of songwriting in a population of adolescents with history of depression.

Prior to her stint as a college instructor, she had 8 years of solid experience as a psychometrician for different academic institutions. She had been a School Psychologist for Headway School for Giftedness doing psychological assessments and providing counseling services to pre-K to Grade 7 level students with a variety of behavioral, socioemotional, and academic concerns. She had also been an Assistant Psychologist in Ateneo Center for Psychological and Educational Services (ACESS) performing various functions in psychoeducational assessment, industrial testing for government/corporate clients and University faculty and staff, and admissions testing for the Ateneo graduate programs. Later, she worked at the Fr. Jaime C. Bulatao Center for Psychology Services (Bu Center) and the Ateneo de Manila High School Testing and Research Office doing similar tasks. At present, she is an on-call psychometrician at the AAAI Assessment Psychologists, Inc.

She also does supervised arts-based intervention facilitation, being a member of ArtPsych Circle, Inc. Her work with the group entail creating modules and co-facilitating sessions with marginalized and underprivileged populations, such as children and adolescents in conflict with the law, and those with history of abuse and neglect. Recently, she co-presented along with the group in a symposium at the 53rd PAP Conference, her topic being: “Arts-based Intervention: An Alternative Tool for Assessment”. She has also co-presented at the 11th International Expressive Arts Therapy Association Conference in Hong Kong in 2015. On her free time, she attends online courses in Coursera.org, such as, Songwriting: Writing the Lyrics by Berklee College of Music. She also tries learning how to play the ukulele on her own by watching online tutorial videos.