Dr. Jude Bergkamp and Lindsay Thomas Presented on Social Privilege in Clinical Psychology

AUS PsyD Chair, Dr. Jude Bergkamp, and a PsyD Research Fellow, Ms. Lindsay Thomas, presented a the Washington State South Sound (Deschutes) Psychological Association on March 15, 2018. This invited continuing education presentation was entitled “Social Privilege in Clinical Psychology” and introduced new clinical guidelines with a social justice focus. The presentation was attended by experienced clinical psychologists and was well received.

“Ms. Thomas did a dynamite job in presenting a tough topic to a group of experienced psychologists! We had fun honing our presentation and hope to incorporate future presentations into our research focusing on a developmental model of social privilege awareness. This is a nice example of productive student/faculty collaboration.”

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