PsyD Students in Panel Presentation at APA Meeting

Alicia MacDougall and Ashland Thompson were in a panel presentation at APA Division 39‘s Annual Spring Meeting in Philadelphia. The panel’s presentation, “Clinical Vignettes: Am I Recognizing All Voices of Intersectionality?” sought to examine intersectionality within and across case presentations from a group of diverse graduate students who are each working with patients experiencing disintegration in their sense of identity. A senior discussant facilitated a dialogue in order to identify resonant voices brought into these sessions.

The presenters included:

  • Chair: Anna Maria Baldauf, PsyD
  • Presenter: Ashland Thompson, MA
  • Presenter: Laura Captari, MA, MS
  • Presenter: Luis Ramirez, MSW, LCSW
  • Presenter: Alicia MacDougall, BA
  • Presenter: Jabeen Shamji, MA
  • Senior Discussant: Carnella Gordon-Brown, MSW, LCS


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