A place/space where I do not have to “sugar coat” my research interests that deal with race and ethnicity among college students. A place/space where I am encouraged to push academic boundaries.
A platform to promote cultural diversity and ethnic minority mental health issues including leadership development, interorganization collaboration, and promoting human welfare.
Recognizes, empowers and fully integrates cultural diversity and ethnic minority issues into the practice of psychology and all its realms.
Increases awareness of ethnic minority issues and empowers our members to impact these issues.
The voice for cultural diversity and ethnic minority psychology within APA and society.
Empowers individuals at different stages of their career/education to address issues of racial/ethnic minorities in research, practice, and education.
A beacon for racial/ethnic minority issues in psychology that impact diverse lives.
The division whose research, practice and advocacy expertise in issues related to culture, race, ethnicity and privilege is recognized as the gold standard.
Empowers our membership toward eliminating racial/ethnic injustice and influencing APA policy.
Strives to end racial and ethnic inequalities of power and privilege that affect psychosocial well being.
Recognizes value and integrates multiple cultural perspectives in the practice of psychology.
The go to source for relevant and leading edge psychological science concerning diverse peoples.
An organized, strategic body of psychologists poised to positively impact and support education, public policy, research, treatment and care for diverse populations.
The source for cultural diversity and ethnic minority psychology for APA and society.
Virtual Happy Hour
Dr. Jessica Henderson Daniel
Dr. Jessica Henderson Daniel is Director of Training in Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry and Associate Director of the LEAH (Leadership Education in Adolescent Health) in the Division of Adolescent Health ==both at Boston Children’s Hospital. She is also an Associate Professor in Psychology ,, in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. She is a past president of the Division 35—The Society for the Psychology of Women and represents Division 45 on the APA Council of Representatives. Her career has focused on instruction, training and mentoring.
This presentation will examine the status, goals, and strategies for People of Color in Psychology governance at the local, state, and APA level. We will examine the history, significance, and potential efforts undertaken by the current Division 45 Executive Committee, along with leadership and guidance from prominent ethnic minority psychologists in the field, and in governance positions.
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