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DPA Annual Convention: All Psychologists Should Strive to be Anti-Racists: Using the Crawford Bias Reduction Theory & Training (CBRT) to Reduce Bias, Prejudice & Racism

  • November 06, 2020
  • 2:00 PM - 5:15 PM
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All Psychologists Should Strive to be Anti-Racists:

Using the Crawford Bias Reduction Theory & Training (CBRT) to Reduce Bias, Prejudice & Racism

November, 6th, 2020, 2PM-5:15PM (one 15 minute break)

Three (3) Continuing Education Credits (1 Ethics Credit)

Please see Program Brochure for details.

Presented by Dr. Dana Crawford


Workshop Description:

Everyone has (a) biases related to their culturally held assumptions and values; (b) attitudes related to cultural identities (e.g., race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, etc.,); and (c) worldviews, which include their political, health, religious, financial, and moral values. The reactions individuals have when bias, prejudice and racism are activated manifests internally through thoughts, feelings, and/or externally through various behaviors; therefore, unprocessed, and poorly managed bias, prejudice and racism reactions can be detrimental to clients/customers as well as individual functioning.  

Workshop Objectives:

1.   Understand the ethical obligation for all mental health providers to strive to become anti-racists

2.   Identify how bias, prejudice and racismare activated and manifest 

3.   Apply the LET-UP framework to reduce bias and respond effectively to challenging interactions


Free Admission to the Annual DPA Convention

The Delaware Psychological Association (DPA) recognizes the ethical imperative of fostering a psychologist community that reflects and represents those we serve. As such, DPA is committed to supporting students and professionals historically and currently underrepresented in the study and practice of psychology. Specifically, we are looking to reduce barriers for students who identify as Black and Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) who do not reap the unearned benefits afforded students with white identity. Students who identify as BIPOC who wish to attend the 2020 Annual DPA Convention featuring Dr. Dana Crawford and the consequences of racism, prejudice, and bias, are welcome to attend at no charge. Student admission will instead be funded by membership donations. 

If you would like to include a $25 donation to fund student admission, please include your donation upon online registration in the noted field.

If you are unable to donate $25, but would like to be included in future DPA initiatives to foster inclusion and dismantle the consequences of racism, please include this information upon online registration in the noted field.

Target Audience:

The DPA plans and promotes programs serving the continuing educational needs of psychologists and professionals across a variety of disciplines. Through the provision of high quality programming, the DPA hopes to support psychologists and other mental health professionals in their commitment to provide ethical, culturally sensitive and competent services to our community 

  •   About the Presenter:

Dr. Dana E. Crawford is a pediatric and clinical psychologist. She is currently the Director of Professional Development for the Pediatric Behavioral Health Integration Program and the Director of Trauma-Informed Care Program at Montefiore Medical Group.  Dr. Crawford is also a Clinical Instructor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine.  Finally, she has a private practice in Manhattan, New York.   Her areas of clinical expertise include trauma, somatic symptoms, disruptive behaviors, and anxiety.  Her research focuses on trauma, culture competency and the development of culturally relevant interventions.  She has certifications in medical hypnosis and biofeedback.  She has treated patients with high incidences of trauma in Philadelphia, Cincinnati, New Orleans, and Ft. Sam Houston, Texas.  She has received a plethora of awards for her work on trauma and culture-informed treatments and has appeared on local, national, and international media platforms.  Dr. Crawford is a graduate of Howard, Temple, and Miami Universities and has degrees in the areas of nursing, counseling, African-American studies, psychology, and the arts.  Finally, she completed her pediatric psychology residency at Tulane University School of Medicine, a two –year clinical fellowship with the United States Department of Defense, and a two-year fellowship with the Center for Early Connections at Tulane University. 

The presenter does not have any commercial support and/or conflict for interest for this program.

Please Take Note:

This workshop is sponsored by the Delaware Psychological Association, has been approved for 3 CE credits (1 Ethics).  The Delaware Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Delaware Psychological Association maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:
THOSE WHO ATTEND THE WORKSHOP AND COMPLETE THE APA EVALUATION WILL RECEIVE THREE CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.  PLEASE NOTE THAT APA CE RULES REQUIRE THAT WE ONLY GIVE CREDIT TO THOSE WHO ATTEND THE ENTIRE WORKSHOP.  THOSE SIGNING IN TO THIS WEBINAR MORE THAN 15 MINUTES AFTER THE SCHEDULED START TIME OR SIGNING OFF BEFORE THE WORKSHOP IS COMPLETED WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE CE CREDITS.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations received by November 4, 2020 will be refunded in full, less a $25 administrative fee. No refunds will be granted after November 4, 2020.

     
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