Dr. Gargi Roysircar Nominated to APA Task Force

The Department of Clinical Psychology is pleased to share the exciting news that faculty member Gargi Roysircar has been nominated to the American Psychological Association (APA) Task Force on the Re-envisioning the Multicultural Competencies for the 21st Century. This task force falls within the APA Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs of the Public Interest Directorate.

The APA Multicultural Competencies have been very influential in teaching, research, and practice in psychology and beyond. Even when nominated, the selection process is highly competitive; we wish Gargi the best as the process moves forward. However, just being nominated for this group is a great honor.

Congratulations, Gargi!

Coltan Schoenike- Antioch Voices

Trans Visibility, Now More Important (And Costly) Than Ever

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Photos of Mariaimeé Gonzalez and Devona Stalnaker-Shofner.

Two Antioch Faculty Elected President of Regional Counseling Associations

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