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CREATING SAFE SPACES: DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION IN PSYCHOLOGICAL PRACTICE

May 19th, 2017

Chatham University's Eden Hall Campus

Registration included meals and up to 7 CE credits

Discounted student registration (no CE)

GPPA in partnership with Chatham University Psychology Continuing Education offered a variety of educational programming events (with up to 7 CE credits available) as well as activities and events that promoted well-being at Chatham University’s beautiful Eden Hall Campus. The focus on safety, both physical and psychological, was the uniting theme that linked our presentations on inclusion and diversity, supervision, neuropsychology and mindfulness, feminist psychology, ethics, and suicide prevention. Practitioners who sought mandatory credits for coursework in supervision, ethics, and suicide prevention were able to fulfill these requirements.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

8:00 - 9:00 am:   Registration, Breakfast

Optional 30 minute Gentle Yoga Class (free!).  Mats will be available

9:00 - 10:00am    1 HOUR MORNING SESSIONS - Met Pennsylvania Board requirements for Suicide Prevention Continuing Education

Saving Holden Caulfield: Long and short-term strategies for Preventing Youth Suicide" by Dr. David Brent, MD

10:00 -12:00am:   2 HOUR MORNING SESSIONS

Session A:    "The Wrong Prescription: Feminist Perspectives on the Experience and Ethics of Medicalization of Women" by Maureen McHugh, Ph.D.  - Partially Met Pennsylvania Board requirements for Ethics Continuing Education

Session B:    “The Culture of Disability” by Timothy Barksdale, Psy.D.

12:15 - 1:15 pm:    LUNCH - included with registration fee. 

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: "Beyond Acceptance and Support: Parent-Adolescent Relationships and LGBT Youth" by Dr. Gerald Montano, D.O., M.S. 

1:30 - 4:30 pm:    3 HOUR AFTERNOON SESSIONS

Session A:   "A mindfulness exercise workshop for resilience, awareness, habit change, and neuroplasticity.” by Dr. Richard King

Session B:   “Supervision Practices and Multicultural Competency” by Audra Lee, LFMT & Ashley North Cook, LFMT - Met Pennsylvania Board requirements for Supervision Continuing Education

5:00 - 7:00 pm:   GPPA Social with live music by the Molly Alphabet Band at the amphitheater

Hors D’oeuvres and cash bar.

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2015 GPPA Networking & Education Fair


The GPPA 2015 Networking & Education Fair was September 25th at PNC Park.  Co-sponsored by Gateway to Collaboration and Chatham University, the GPPA Networking & Education Fair returned for 2015.

The theme was Collaborative Relationships: Networking Toward Wellness.  Please take time to view our complete Networking Fair Program.