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Understanding and Working with Microagressions and Macroagressions in Diverse Settings
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 Export to Your Calendar 4/30/2017
When: Sunday, April 30, 2017
8 am - 5 pm
Where: Columbia University Teachers College
177-179 Grace Dodge Hall
525 West 120th Street
New York, New York  10027
United States
Contact: NYSPA Central Office
518-437-1040


Online registration is available until: 4/28/2017
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The New York State Psychological Association's Diversity Task Force, in conjunction with the Division of Culture, Race & Ethnicity (DCRE) is pleased to announce an all-day conference on Microaggressions and Macroaggressions. There will be a series of panels, scholarly presentations, and breakout sessions focused on understanding and addressing microaggressions across age, disability status, gender, race/ethnicity, religion, national status, and sexual orientation.

Co-sponsored by:
Columbia University Teachers College
Office of Post Graduate Professional Development - St. John's University
CUNY College of Staten Island - Division of Humanities and Social Sciences
NYSPA's Academic Division
NYSPA's Division on Addictions
NYSPA's Adult Development & Aging Division
NYSPA's Clinical Division
NYSPA's Group Psychology Division
NYSPA's Independent Practice Division
NYSPA's Neuropsychology Division
NYSPA's Organizational, Consulting & Work Psychology Division
NYSPA's Psychoanalysis Division
NYSPA's Division of Women's Issues
Brooklyn Psychological Association
Manhattan Psychological Association
Queens Psychological Association
Suffolk County Psychological Association

 

Keynote Speaker

Kenneth Hardy, PhD
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nternationally recognized scholar, clinician, trainer and supervisor; director of the Eikenberg Institute for Relationships

 

 

 

Guest Speaker with Q&A via Remote Video

Pamela Hays, PhD
Psychologist and author of the ADDRESSING model of diversity

 

 

 

Afternoon Presentations:

Session 1: 1:45 - 2:30 pm

Ageism in Action: Easy to Spot Microaggressions Against the Elderly
Julie Shaw, EdD, Lynn Goldberg, LCSW, Mark Chaffin, MDiv

Cultural Neuroscience, Identity, and Aggression
Vernon Smith, PhD

 

Session 2: 2:35-3:20 pm

Addressing Microaggressions in Religious Minorities
Daniel Kaplin, PhD, Herb Gingold, PhD

Working with Racially and Ethnically Heterogeneous Patients
Mildred Antonelli, PhD 


Session 3: 3:25-4:10 pm

Impacts of Gender and Racial Microaggressions on Career and Health
Carolyn Springer, PhD, Sharon Brennan, PhD, Vivi Hua, PsyD, Jean Lau Chin, PhD (Discussant)

LGBT and Gender-Based Microaggressions (Skills Session)
Shara Sand, PsyD, Rachel Egbert, JD


Session 4: 4:15-5:10 pm

"The Disabled" and Microaggressions: Verbalizing the Unthinkable
Rochelle Balter, PhD, JD 

Our Experience with Microaggressions Surrounding Immigration (Panel Discussion)
Roy Aranda PsyD JD, Dawson Dufort PhD, Charu Sood, MS, Gabriella Portas, MS, ATR-BC, LCAT (Moderator)



Coffee, light breakfast and lunch will be provided.  CE Credits will be applied for.

 

Fees:
$120 Non NYSPA Members
$95 Non‐DCRE NYSPA Members*
$75 DCRE and Co-­Sponsor Member
$65 Early Career Psychologist
$30 Any Student with Student ID

*Free DCRE membership with registration (must be a NYSPA member)