The Rainbow that Never Was: Liberation Psychotherapy for LGBTQ People of Color in Turbulent Times
This panel discussion will focus on the importance of considering the complexity of experiences of clients who have multiple marginalized identities particularly at times when they are the focus of both historical and contemporary societal discrimination and negative stigmatization. That discrimination includes a history of scientific and scholarly racism in the history of academic psychology and psychiatry, institutional mental health reflected in harmful social policies and treatment paradigms and the delivery of mental health services and methods that result in serious inequities. Presenters approach treatment from Intersectional paradigms that view social identities as being in dynamic interaction with one another that lead to diversities in day-to-day experiences and challenges, that require interventions that take that complexity into account.
This free program is presented by Ackerman Training in recognition of Pride month.
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Dr. Beverly Greene, PhD is a Board Certified Clinical Psychologist and Professor of Psychology at St. John’s University. She is a fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Academy of Clinical Psychology, and is the author of over 100 publications in the psychological literature of which 12 are the recipients of national awards for their distinguished contributions to that literature. She is the recipient of 40 national awards, and two APA Presidential Citations for distinguished contributions to feminist psychology, the psychological study of the intersectionality of race, gender and sexual orientation, the illumination of the lives of people often invisible to psychology and creating a body of scholarship and practice that leads to social justice increasing psychology’s multicultural competencies. She is featured on the Mental Health America web list of Black Pioneers in Mental Health.
Dr. Marie L. Miville, PhD is the Vice-Dean for Faculty Affairs at Teachers College, Columbia University. As VDFA, Dr. Miville coordinates many aspects of faculty work life, including organizing the New Faculty Orientation, assembling mentoring committees for pre-tenure faculty, preparing summary reports for the Provost Office regarding tenure and promotion processes of individual faculty members, meeting individually with faculty regarding any concerns they may have, and providing support services for faculty during the retirement process. She is responsible for creating faculty development workshops and events and nominating faculty members for external awards.
Dr. Miville is also a Professor of Psychology and Education in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology. She is the author of three books, including a newly published book exploring the experiences of women in STEM fields, and over 65 publications dealing with multicultural issues in counseling and psychology. Dr. Miville is past-Associate Editor of the Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, and is the Book Series Editor for American Psychological Association (APA) Division 44. Dr. Miville previously served as 2015 President of the National Latinx Psychological Association (NLPA), President of the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs, and the Vice-President for Education and Training for the APA Division 17. Dr. Miville is an APA Fellow (Division 17 and 45). Prior to her current administrative appointments at Teachers College, Dr. Miville served as the College Ombuds, Director of Training/Program Director of Counseling Psychology, and the Chair of the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology.
Dr. Angela D. Ferguson, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Counseling Psychology Doctoral Program at Howard University in the School of Education. Prior to arriving at Howard University, Dr. Ferguson taught at George Washington University in the Organizational Sciences Department where she taught decision making to Airforce Captains and Navy lieutenants. During her tenure at Howard, Dr. Ferguson has served as the Director of Training for the Counseling Psychology doctoral Program, as well as the Director of Graduate Studies for the School of Education.
Dr. Ferguson has served on several journal editorial boards, executive boards and committees in the American Psychological Association (APA): the Editorial Board for The Counseling Psychologist, the editorial board for the Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, the executive committee of the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs, the executive committee of Division 44 – Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues; the Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Concerns Committee (CLGBTC); the executive committee of Division 45 – Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race, and is currently sitting on the Leona Tyler Committee of Division 17. Dr. Ferguson is also on the faculty of the Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology, a flagship Signature Program in the American Psychological Association.
Dr. Ferguson’s primary research areas focus on: a) intersections of race, gender and sexual orientation and b) trauma and resilience factors within international culturally diverse populations. Dr. Ferguson has co-edited a book titled, “The Handbook of Race-Ethnicity and Gender in Psychology” (2014), which includes two chapters she has co-authored – “Intersections of Race-Ethnicity and Gender on Identity Development and Social Roles”, and “Intersections of Race-Ethnicity, Gender and Sexual Minority Communities”. She has also published several journal articles and book chapters focused on intersections of race, gender and sexual orientation, as well as delivered numerous presentations and workshops at local, state, national and international professional conferences such as the American Psychological Association, the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, the Antares Foundation, and the University of Oxford, England.
- June 29, 2022
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
CE Contact Hours are not offered for this event
Location: Online Event
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