Centering Diversity in Psychological Assessment: Panel and Discussion

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 Centering Diversity in Psychological Assessment: Panel and Discussion 

Virginia Brabender, PhD, ABPP

Radhika Krishnamurthy, PsyD

Kinshasa Bennett, PhD

Alea Holman, PhD, MPH

Friday January 28th: 11am – 1pm (MST); Location: Online via Zoom 

 

Training and Topic Overview 

This panel will feature four nationally respected teachers, supervisors, and researchers who have expertise in assessment and diversity topics. The panel is a platform dedicated to centering diversity in assessment practice. Panelists will disseminate critical information about how to make assessment anti-oppressive and better serve diverse and marginalized clients. Topics of discussion include aspects of race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, and many individual aspects of cultural diversity as these factors relate to assessment. This panel is designed at an introductory and intermediate instructional level for psychologists and psychologists-in-training. 

The panel will be conducted online in a single 2-hour session. Participants will receive 2 CE credits 

 

Please see the attachment for more information on our panelists, as well as information on how to register. We hope to see you all there!