Ashland Thompson, M.A Presenting at Psychoanalytic Conference on Social Justice Topic

Ashland Thompson (AUNE PsyD Year III) will be presenting on a panel at the Division of Psychoanalysis’ (39) 37th Annual Spring Meeting, The Times, They Are A-Changin’, in NYC April 26-30.  Ashland’s presentation, Police Violence and the Collapse of Black Americans Holding Environments, is part of a panel on Loss, Liability, and Liberation: Riding the Unchartered Waves of Race and Gender and Resilience. Ashland was also the recipient of the Division 39 Multicultural Concerns Committee Scholar Award.

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