Why an Antiracism-Intersectional
Framework Matters Now More Than Ever
Dr. Miguel Gallardo
Dr. Miguel Gallardo is a Professor of Psychology and Director of Aliento, The Center for Latina/o Communities at Pepperdine University. He is a licensed clinical psychologist and maintains an independent/consultation practice where he consults with organizations and universities on developing culturally responsive systems. He teaches courses on multicultural and social justice, advocacy, and professional practice issues.
Dr. Gallardo’s areas of scholarship and research include understanding the psychotherapy process when working with ethnocultural communities, particularly Latinx communities, as well as understanding the processes by which individuals develop cultural awareness and humility. Dr. Gallardo has published refereed journal articles, books, and book chapters in the areas of multicultural psychology, Latinx psychology, ethics and evidence-based practices, cultural humility, and racial colorblindness. He is currently a Series Editor for Cognella Academic Press’ Advances in Culture, Race, and Ethnicity book series. Dr. Gallardo also regularly discusses issues relevant to understanding how we can develop stronger relationships with one another on his Cultural Humility podcast.
Dr. Gallardo is currently the Director of Research and Evaluation for the Multiethnic Collaborative of Community Agencies (MECCA), a non-profit organization he co-founded that is dedicated to serving monolingual Arab, Farsi, Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Chinese and Spanish-speaking communities. Dr. Gallardo served a 6-year governor-appointed licensed member position on the California Board of Psychology. Dr. Gallardo is currently serving a 5-year appointment on the Clergy Misconduct Oversight Board for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Dr. Gallardo is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association.
- Participants will learn why cultural humility is essential in changing the nature by which we understand ourselves and others.
- Participants will learn how to identify at least two ways in which professionals can address their own implicit biases.
- Participants will learn two ways they can implement antiracist approaches in their work, both clinically and organizationally.
January 25th – 7:00pm – 8:30pm EST
Students – $15
Refunds will be provided for cancellations requested 72 hours or more in advance of the scheduled presentation. Refunds will not be provided for cancellations requested less than 72 hours before the scheduled presentation.
1 CE Unit is available for this presentation.