HNS Intersectionality Town Hall
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This novel program, which will comprise of four webinar presentations, will be the first collaboration between the Asian Neuropsychological Association (ANA), Society for Black Neuropsychology (SBN), Hispanic Neuropsychological Society (HNS), and Queer Neuropsychological Society (QNS). The four presentations that this program will cover include: (1) introduction of intersectional approach to social change, policy, and practice; (2) relevance of intersectionality in supervision and training experience; (3) integrating intersectionality into clinical practice (development of interventions, recommended treatments, diagnostic considerations); and (4) applications of intersectional approach in research. Our first event will be held on January 27, 2022 — see below for details! We anticipate that subsequent events will be held in March, May and July 2022. Each will provide 1 hour of CE.
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Developing Critical Consciousness: Transforming Psychology
by Resisting Complacency and Leading with Integrity
Jasmine A. Mena, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychology, Bucknell University
Date & Time: January 27, 2022 (5:00 PM – 6:30 PM EST)
Abstract: Participants will be introduced to the concept of critical consciousness by reviewing recent conceptual and empirically-based literature in psychology and allied fields. The presenter will define, identify barriers, and explain steps to cultivating personal critical consciousness. The presenter will use autoethnography to demonstrate the challenges and development of critical consciousness and how it can facilitate personal and collective wellness.
1. Participants will learn why cultivating one’s critical consciousness is essential to personal, professional, and collective growth and liberation.
2. Participants will learn how to identify and address barriers to critical consciousness.
3. Participants will learn steps to advance critical consciousness toward collective liberation from oppression.
Format: 1 CE for 60 minutes presentation attendance (required), 30 minutes of Q&A to follow (optional). To earn 1 CE credit, attendees must register for the CE track and complete the evaluation form below that will be available after the event ends.
Continuing Education Information
- Target Audience: All presentations are geared toward an audience with an intermediate/advanced background in neuropsychology. The target audience includes students, trainees, academic faculty, clinicians, and professionals interested in the field of psychology.
- Membership Policy: HNS members and non-members are welcome to register for and attend these events.
- Conflict of Interest: Unless specifically noted to the contrary, no presenter has a conflict of interest to disclose.
- Refund Policy: Purchases of admission tickets to CE events are non-refundable. Refunds will not be issued in the event of program changes or a membership status change. HNS strives to create an atmosphere that promotes a satisfactory attendee experience; however, HNS is unable to guarantee attendees a specific outcome as a result of participation.
- Attendance and Decorum Policy: By registering for CE events, attendees consent (1) to allow HNS to record them during participation in the live event, (2) to grant HNS the right to edit or reuse such recordings for purposes that HNS deems appropriate, and (3) to release any and all present or future rights, claims, or interests in recorded media.
To receive continuing education (CE) credit for a session, attendees must attest that they attended the workshop in its entirety and complete a post-workshop evaluation form based on the content. Additionally, attendees who view the event asynchronously must pass a quiz based on the content. These steps are mandated by APA.
All attendees are expected to conduct themselves in an appropriate, professional, and respectful manner at all times during CE events. If an individual is unable to meet these expectations, HNS reserves the right to revoke their registration and access to content without reimbursement.
- APA Approval: The Hispanic Neuropsychological Society is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Hispanic Neuropsychological Society maintains responsibility for this program and its content.