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11th Annual GSAPP Cultural Conference

New Ways of Addressing Diversity in Clinical & School Practice

2013 Cultural Conference

Friday, October 24th, 2014

Busch Student Center
8:30 am - 4:00 pm


Boyd Franklin Morning Keynote:

Nancy Boyd-Franklin, PhD

Incorporating Spirituality in the Treatment of African American Clients and Families


noguera Lunchtime Keynote:

Pedro Noguera, PhD

Diversity, Inequality and America's Future
in Education

Session topics:

  • Working with the Orthodox, Ultra-Orthodox or Hasidic Jewish Clients and Students
  • Reducing Gender and Racial Disparities in School Discipline
  • Latino Mental Health Issues
  • Becoming a Trans-Inclusive Clinician
  • Spirits in the (Psychological) World
  • Literacy experiences of Spanish speaking children
  • Counseling in Marginalized Communities
  • Incorporating Cultural Competence into Ethical Decision Making

Early Registration:
$130 Professionals
$35 Students

After September 30th:
$150 Professionals
$50 Students

**Breakfast & Lunch Included

*6 CEUs offered
(processing fee $20)
Get your CEUs now - The Cultural Confernce will be taking a haitus in 2015

Group Discounts / RU Faculty/Staff Discounts

For Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors and Educators
Increases the cultural competence of attendees via speaker presentations, panels, and discussion groups involving work with ethnic minorities and other diverse groups in clinical, school, and organizational settings. Serves as a bridge linking professionals, faculty, alumni, graduate students, and undergraduates.

Walkins Welcome!
Online Registration is Closed

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For general information call Pk Broderick at (848) 445-3966
For payment information call Usha Yerramilly at (848) 445-3968


The Cultural Conference is cosponsored by:
School of Social Work - Office of Continuing Education and the Graduate School of Education

NAMI young child expo  ICL  ipg      LPANJ
afta M$S
GLSEN ABPsi Tyler Clementi Foundation
The Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools