What Difference Does Difference Make: Deconstructing Social Privilege, Disadvantage, and Multiple Identities Psychotherapy PracticeCE Hours: 2
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Course Fee: $19.95
Access: Course is available for 30 days after registration
Series Description: Psy.D. Colloquia
The Psy.D. Colloquium series from the School of Psychology and Counseling's Doctorate Psychology colloquia events provides a selection of courses from outstanding professionals and scientists in psychology and related fields. Speakers in these courses have addressed a wide range of topics, from marital work with difficult couples to evolving roles for psychology in health care.
Course Description:In her presentation "What Difference Does Difference Make: Deconstructing Social Privilege, Disadvantage and Multiple Identities Psychotherapy Practice," Dr. Beverly Greene discusses how individual differences and multiple identities shape the psychologist's view of themselves and their clients. In addition, she explains various social and cultural phenomena as they relate to individual and group differences (e.g., social privilege and disadvantage). Presented in streamed WMV video.
This course is designed to help you:
- Analyze why some characteristics, beliefs, or behaviors of people are given so much importance while others are not.
- Explain human dimensions of race/ethnicity, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, socioeconomic class and disability.
- Discuss social privilege.
Greene was awarded a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from
the Derner Institute of Adelphi University and was a
Doctoral Fellow in Mental Retardation at the
Mental Retardation Institute of New York Medical College
in Valhalla, New York. She has served on the editorial
boards of numerous scholarly journals and is the author
of over 75 publications, including 7 books, in the psychological
literature. She is the founding co-editor of the APA
Div. 44 book series Psychological Perspectives on Lesbian,
Gay & Bisexual Issues. She is the recipient
of nine national awards for publications deemed significant
contributions to the psychological literature on women,
women of color, sexual minorities, and African Americans.
She is also the recipient of the 1996 Outstanding Leadership
Award from the APA Committee on Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual
Concerns;2000 APA Society for the Psychology of Women
Heritage Award; 2003 APA Committee on Women in
Psychology Distinguished Leadership Award;2004 Award
for Distinguished Senior Career Contributions to Ethnic
Minority Research(APA Division 45); 2005 Stanley Sue
Award for Distinguished Professional Contributions
to Diversity in Clinical Psychology (APA Division 12).
She is the 2006 recipient of the Teacher’s College, Columbia University Cross Cultural Roundtable Helms Award for Scholarship and Mentoring. Dr. Greene has served in many leadership positions in APA where she is a Fellow of 7 divisions (9,12,29,35, 42,44, 45) and is currently the elected representative of the Division of Independent Practice to the APA Council of Representatives.
Professional and Continuing Education CE Hours:Psychologists: Regent University's School of Psychology and Counseling Professional and Continuing Education Program is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The School of Psychology and Counseling's Professional and Continuing Education Program maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.
Regent University School of Psychology and Counseling's Professional and Continuing Education opportunities are also eligible as psychologists training by the Virginia Board of Psychology (LCP - 18 VAC125-20-122).
Counselors: Regent University, School of Psychology and Counseling, is an NBCC-Approved Professional and Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program.
In Virginia, the SPC continuing education courses may also fulfill the continuing education requirements for counselors (LPC - 18 VAC 115-20-106), substance abuse treatment providers (LSATP - 18 VAC 115-60-116), and marriage and family therapists (LMFT - 18 VAC 115-50-96).
Note:This workshop was originally presented as a live training event through Regent University's School of Psychology and Counseling Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology Colloquia Series.
Note: This course will be available to you for 30 days from your registration date. Please complete the course and the quiz within 30 days.
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