2011 National Multicultural Conference and Summit (NMCS)
The 2011 programming will revolve around the theme, “Unification through Diversity: Bridging Psychological Science and Practice in the Public Interest.”
Registration for the 2011 National Multicultural Conference and Summit (NMCS) is now open!
The 2011 NMCS will be held January 27-28, 2011, at The Westin-Seattle Hotel in Seattle, WA. The 2011 programming will revolve around the theme, "Unification through Diversity: Bridging Psychological Science and Practice in the Public Interest." Some highlights include:
- · 2 Keynote Addresses that mirror the theme:
o "Is Multicultural Psychology Ascientific?" by Ana Mari Cauce, Ph.D. (University of Washington)
o "Is Psychological Science Acultural?" by Joseph Gone, Ph.D. (University of Michigan)
- · 2 Plenary Panels on key issues
o "Examining the Divide Between Science and Practice in Multicultural Psychology"
o "Is Psychological Science Helpful or Harmful to the Interests of Minority Communities?"
- · Inaugural Pre-Conference Workshops (January 26, 2011)
o "Practicing Disability-Culturally-Informed Evidence-Based-Treatment" by Linda Mona, Ph.D. (VA Long Beach Healthcare System)
o "Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender & Sexual Orientation" by Derald Wing Sue, Ph.D. (Teachers College)
- · Over 36 Concurrent Symposia/Workshops
- · An Invited Address by Anthony Greenwald, Ph.D. (University of Washington): "Implicit Bias: New forms of the American Dilemma and the New Science of Discrimination"
For more information, visit www.multiculturalsummit.org
To register, visit http://www.reisman-white.com/displayemailforms.cfm?emailformnbr=140659
See you in Seattle!