CEP Department Presentations at APA Annual Conference (San Diego, August 2010)

Drs. Rachel Navarro, Eve Adams, & Jonathan Schwartz and doctoral students, Cynthia Guzman, Lorena Navarro, Laura Luna, & Brady Garrett all were involved in the roundtable discussion, “Counseling Psychology Training Values Statement’s Implementation—Trainee–Trainer Perspectives”.

Dr. Eve Adams presented at the conversation hour, “White Instructors Teaching About Race and Racism”.

Dr. Rachel Navarro, and doctoral students Cynthia Guzman and Dianna Gonzalez presented at the conversation hour, “Dealing With Sexism Within the Latino Community and Beyond”.

Rachel Navarro presented, “Factors Influencing Engineering Undergraduates’ Academic Persistence at a Hispanic-Serving Institution”.

Dr. Rachel Navarro and doctoral students, Lorena Navarro and Laura Luna presented, “Latinas’ “Ganancias” and “Perdidas” in Obtaining a Higher Education

Dr. Rachel Navarro and doctoral student Dianna Gonzalez presented the paper, “Recommendations for Psychological Practice With Latina Girls and Women” and doctoral student Sharna Horn presented the paper, “Recommendations for Working With Transwomen Through an Inclusive Model” in the symposium, Psychological Practice Guidelines and Diverse Groups of Women and Girls.

Dr. Rachel Navarro and doctoral student Richard Martinez presented a poster, “Model of Predictors of Psychological Well-Being Among Sexual Minorities”.

Dr. Michael Waldo and doctoral student Richard Martinez presented a poster, “Counselor Sexual Orientation, Client Homophobia, and Ratings of Professional Qualities”.

Dr. Michael Waldo and doctoral student Vanessa Berens presented a poster, “Empathy As a Predictor in Intergenerational and Intimate-Partner Violence”.

Dr. Michael Waldo and master’s student Brett Shumway presented a poster,” Client’s Religiosity and Expected Working Alliance With Theistic Psychotherapists”.

Dr. Jonathan Schwartz presented a paper, “Association Among Men’s Gender Role Conflict, Sexism, and Heterosexism” in the Symposium:  Contextualism, Gender Role Conflict, and Three Empirical Studies—Implications

Dr. Jonathan Schwartz chaired the symposium, Integration of a Prevention Perspective Into Psychology Training Programs.

Dr. Jonathan Schwartz chaired the symposium, Social Justice Research and Trauma—Notes From the Field; and presented a paper, “Meeting Her Where She Is: Stages of Change and Trauma Theory”.

Dr. Jonathan Schwartz presented a poster “Development of the women’s traditional attitudes of men scale (WTAMS)” with University of Houston Students.

Dr. Jonathan Schwartz presented a poster “Toward a better understanding of the gender role journey.” with University of Houston Students

Dr. Jonathan Schwartz presented a poster “Development of the gender role exploration and commitment scale (GRECS).” with University of Houston Students.

Dr. Elaine Levine gave an invited address, “Serving the Underserved: Case Studies in Pharmacotherapy in Berino, NM”.

Dr. Elaine Levine provided a workshop, “Advocacy Training for Early Career Psychologists and Students—How to Become Effective Advocates for Practice Issues at the Federal and State Level”.

Dr. Elaine Levine provided the workshop, “Reimbursement 101— Resources for Our Members”.

Dr. Elaine Levine presented the paper, “Collaboration in Psychopharmacology With Primary Care Providers: New Roles and Boundaries” in the symposium, Transitioning Your Practice Into Primary Care Settings—Strategies, Contracts, and Competencies

Doctoral student Amileah Davis presented the poster, “Culture and Commissions: American Indian Commissioned Military Officers”.

 


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