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Centering Critical Qualitative Inquiry and Psychopolitical Validity: Reflections from Doctoral Candi

September 14th, 7PM – 8:30 ET

“Centering Critical Qualitative Inquiry and Psychopolitical Validity: Reflections from Doctoral Candidates”

ORGANIZER: Carla Rosinski PRESENTERS: Carla Rosinski, Serena Cardoso, Myisha Rodrigues, Brandon Jones, Kimberly Cherry


Presentations

The Pursuit of Housing: Chronically Homeless Men’s Experience Pursuing Housing PRESENTER: Serena Cardoso, MA, LMHC PhD Candidate at Lesley University Counseling and Psychology

Listening to Supervisee Voices: A Critical Inquiry into the Experiences and Insights of Transgender Therapists in Clinical Supervision PRESENTER: Kimberly Cherry, MFT, LMFT PhD Candidate at Lesley University Counseling and Psychology

Counseling While Black: A Critical Inquiry Exploring Black Counselors’ Experiences at the Intersection of Race and Gender in Predominantly White Mental Health Settings PRESENTER: Brandon Jones, MA, LMHC PhD Candidate at Lesley University Counseling and Psychology

Embodied Descriptive Analysis: Exploring the Impact of Systemic Oppression on Black, Public School Educators PRESENTER: Myisha R. Rodrigues, MA, LMHC PhD Candidate at Lesley University Counseling and Psychology

Disrupting Heteronormativity in Clinical Discourse: A Call for Critical Sexualities Studies in Counseling Psychology PRESENTER: Carla R. Rosinski, MA, LMHC PhD Candidate at Lesley University Counseling and Psychology



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