Roysircar to Speak at Atlanta Conferences

Gargi Roysircar, professor of clinical psychology, is making the following presentations at two conferences to be held in Atlanta, Georgia, March 13-14 (Georgia State University Cultural Competency Conference) and March 14-16 (APA, Div 17 Society for Counseling Psychology Conference):

Roysircar, G (2014). Multicultural  relationship competency: Managing therapist-client cultural divide. Invited workshop, Georgia State University Cultural Competency Conference, held by the university counseling center, March 13 and 14, Atlanta, Georgia.

Roysircar, G. (2014, March). Workshop presenter, Bonds between mental health and human rights and mental illness and disabling social realities masking the political nature of clients’ problems. In workshop (Chair, Roysircar), Using a Framework for Training and Practice of Social Justice, APA Div 17, Society for Counseling Psychology Conference, March 14-16, Atlanta, Georgia.

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