Gargi Roysircar to Present at National Multicultural Conference and Summit

Gargi Roysircar is giving a keynote on January 18th at the 2019 National Multicultural Conference and Summit (NMCS) in Denver, CO, on the topic Transformative Community Praxis, with an emphasis on how the theory and methods of international work domestically and globally can be applied in transforming communities and creating meaningful change that is informed by community voice. Dr. Roysircar retired from her position as a full-time faculty member and head of the Multicultural Center and now still works with our Department in an Adjunct capacity.

She is also presenting a 4-hour skills-building workshop on January 15 at the 2019 NMCS on the Applications of the APA 2017 Multicultural Guidelines: An Ecological Approach to Context, Identity, and Intersectionality. Her co-presenters are Lisa Suzuki, PhD, Associate Professor, Counseling Psychology Program, New York University, Ashland Thompson, MA, MS, 5th year Predoctoral Intern in the Psychology Department at Central Regional Hospital in Butner, NC, Vincent Allen, PhD, APA Minority Fellow, Postdoctoral Intern, VA Hospital, South Georgia, and Melba J. T. Vasquez, PhD. ABPP, Former APA President and Psychologist in Private Practice, Austin, TX.

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