The Cultural Diversity Series is an initiative designed to promote cultural awareness, student professional development, and spiritual integration. School of Psychology and Counseling students enrolled in the Psychology doctoral program (Psy.D.) and school faculty present topics that address the various dimensions of diversity (e.g., race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, physical ability, marital status, sexual orientation, and spiritual/religious orientation). Continuing eduction hours are available. All workshops are open to the public with registration.
Professional and Continuing Education hours for the Cultural Diversity Series are available. Most Cultural Diversity Series events offer 1 CEU for $9.95. The School of Psychology and Counseling is an approved Professional and Continuing Education provider for the APA, NBCC, Virginia Counseling, and and Virginia Psychology CEs. Please see descriptions below. For more information, view our accreditations and the CE website FAQ.
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Please be advised that this event is being taped/recorded for future use, including, but not limited to, broadcast via media (television, internet) for possible viewing by the public. Most workshop recordings are used for registrants of the School of Psychology and Counseling's online continuing education courses. Your participation in the event constitutes your consent to Regent University to such taping or recording and the use of your image and voice at this event for all purposes now or in the future. We do not provide access to workshop recordings to workshop attendees.