AUS PsyD Faculty Present at the National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology (NCSPP) Conference

Drs. Azlin, Sakuma, Heusler, and Bergkamp recently presented at the annual NCSPP conference in New Orleans. Their presentation was entitled Disruptive Social Justice Curriculum: How it looks in the classroom, the research lab, and in clinical training.

The faculty provided an overarching model of social justice pedagogy in psychology, from disruption to dissonance to reconciliation, along with examples from science classes and across the trajectory of clinical training.

A handout associated with the presentation can be found here.

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