Posts Tagged ‘Diversity and Social Justice’

Winter Roundtable February 23 – 24, 2018

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Register for the 35th Winter Roundtable.!  This year’s theme, Nevertheless, She Persisted: Power and Patriarchy in Psychology and Education, underscores the pervasiveness and pernicious effects of misogyny, sexism, and gender oppression, particularly as these forces intersect with psychology and education. Click HERE to… » Read more

SCP Social Justice Syllabus

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The Social Justice Syllabus was compiled by the SCP Early Career Professionals Committee, through a process of soliciting useful social justice resources written and created by counseling psychologists. This resource is not exhaustive, but it… » Read more

Preparing to do the work…by doing the work

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As I write this, the United States is suffering through the devastation of three major hurricanes, the largest mass shooting in recent history, as well as long-standing issues of oppression and an ever-growing political divide.… » Read more

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Resources

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Message from President Inman – “What we feared most has happened…the current administration is determined to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)…No more applications will be accepted and many who are gainfully employed… » Read more

Arpana Inman

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“You are the future of SCP. We need your guidance and wisdom and fresh perspectives as we continue to evolve as a division. Speak up, engage, seek out opportunities. Share your thoughts, aspirations and desires… » Read more

David B. Baker

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Dr. David B. Baker is a counseling psychologist and the Margaret Clark Morgan Executive Director of the Center for the History of Psychology at the University of Akron. From 2000-2009 he served as the archivist… » Read more