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People of Color in Psychology

People of Color in Psychology

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We are a podcast devoted to People of Color in Psychology. People of Color in Psychology is where mental health professionals gain insight to culturally relevant psychological practice and research. Produced by The Multicultural Counseling Institute and your host, Dr. Jack Tsan, you will learn from mental health experts to help advance your personal and professional development. My hope is that together we will be able to learn from each other and appreciate the importance of advancing the c ...
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Not all black girls are alike, but we are all magical, even when we disagree! Join, Jasmine and Jenae, sisters with vastly different health and beauty regimes, as they discuss beauty myths, disasters, and triumphs in all their #blackgirlmagic glory. Listen as they tackle everything, from ratchet to righteous, in the world of beauty, health, and wellness for people of color.
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Empowered in Color is dedicated to helping people of color thrive in both business and in life. The core of Empowered in Color is positive representation. As a society we are just now discovering the importance and power of positive representation, and we want to do the same when it comes to work. We want you to see other people working in different industries making a name for themselves and doing great things, and we want you to be reminded that it is possible for you too. Empowered in Col ...
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TQ Senkungu is an immigrant from Uganda to the United States who has been blessed to achieve success without being born with a silver spoon in his mouth. Here you will see the personification of his philosophy for how people of color can build a powerful community to overcome obstacles, achieve their goals, and succeed beyond our wildest dreams against all the odds. The philosophy is this: 1. Learn or teach yourself what you need to achieve your goals and dreams. 2. Teach and help others do ...
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Advancing mental health equity and offering opportunities as part of the psychology workforce pipeline is so critical. The Access Psychology Foundation is: offering training and scholarships for students as well as professionals who are interested in learning about evidence-based treatments (EBTs) such as CBT and DBT; as well as providing treatment…
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As part of the Pride Month Series, Hisham Nsier discusses with us why it’s important to have an intersectional and decolonial lens in psychology and the importance of exploring scholarly texts beyond what is taught in mainstream textbooks. Hisham Nsier’s Contact: X: @mindfulmoment98 Resources: Decolonize Palestine Reading List - https://decolonizep…
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As part of the Pride Month Series, we discuss the restrictive nature of gender binary. It is an idea of categorization where there are only two genders, male and female, which simply doesn't reflect the rich tapestry of human experiences and especially for queer communities. in this episode, Dr. Nadia Alsamadi explores with listeners the ideas of p…
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Pride Series Announcements! Sources: https://www.history.com/topics/gay-rights/pride-month https://www.apa.org/pi/oema/resources/ethnicity-health/psychologists/anneliese-singh https://www.stjohns.edu/academics/faculty/beverly-greene https://www.gc.cuny.edu/people/kevin-nadal Continuing Education: https://www.tmcinstitute.org/continuing-education ht…
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Lived experiences are so vital to truly appreciating the breadth of human experience especially as professionals in mental health. As part of the AAPI Heritage series, Dr. Lauren Yang will be sharing her lived experience with mental health, advocacy, and leadership and the community of professional spaces such as the Asian American Psychological As…
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Even though there is low prevalence of eating disorders in Asian Americans, it doesn’t mean that there are those who still do suffer from this condition. As part of the AAPI Heritage series, Runjhun Pandit will be exploring with us ways to explore and having conversations about disordered eating with AAPI clients. Runjhun Pandit’s Contact: Website …
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As part of the AAPI Heritage series, Dr. Ahmed will be exploring with us how South Asian women may carry more burdens than they might even be aware of. So when working with South Asian clients, as therapists, there are vital considerations to help the healing process unfold. Dr. Samina Ahmed Jauregui’s Contact: Website - www.drahmedhealthpsych.com …
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Sometimes when AAPI clients first encounter mental health issues, it may occur in the medical context. It can be helpful for mental health professionals to consider the importance of the mental and physical health connection. Additionally, speaking to different reasons for why mental health treatment may be needed and addressing different component…
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AAPI Heritage Series 2024 announcements! Sources: https://aapaonline.org/about/history/ https://www.apa.org/about/governance/president/former-presidents https://www.apa.org/pi/oema/resources/ethnicity-health/psychologists/true https://www.apa.org/pi/oema/resources/ethnicity-health/psychologists/derald-wing-sue https://asianamericanhistory101.libsyn…
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As part of the Arab American Heritage Series, we explore a fascinating discussion with Manal Toppozada, a licensed music therapist about the unique applications of music therapy, mental health, and identity. In particular, we also explore cultural influences of how we think about our own musical identity and most importantly how music can be a part…
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As part of the Arab American Heritage Series, we explore a fascinating discussion with Dr. Moussa Rogers about applied science ranging from community and intervention work, to cross-cultural collaboration, and a critical importance in thinking about individualism and collectivism beyond a binary construct especially with many cultures, AMENA popula…
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As part of the Arab American Heritage Series, we want to highlight the Palestinian experience in this episode. We discuss with Dr. Shirin the Palestinian Diasporic experience and how healing might take place. Dr. Shirin is also leading a project to connect Palestinians with mental trained health therapists. Dr. Shirin’s Contact: https://www.thedias…
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We are now in the month of April and that means it is Arab American Heritage month. So, as we are making preparations to publish a series of episodes in appreciation of the amazing contributions by Arab American psychologists, here’s a brief history of how Arab American Heritage month became officially recognized as well as some information about a…
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For decades, mainstream psychology has focused on the individual, treating problems like anxiety or depression within a personal context. But what if your struggles aren't just about you? What if they're connected to bigger social issues like poverty, racism, or discrimination? That's the central question liberation psychology asks. Dr. Natalia Báe…
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Join Dr. Medina, a Los Angeles-based, 4th Generation Mexican-American/Latina Psychologist as she takes us on a journey through her origin story and development into the psychologist she is now. Our conversation highlights a "both, and" type of story of being a multifaceted person--one of both adversity and empowerment, struggle and success, being c…
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In today's episode, we're diving into the world of creating BIPOC spaces for psychoanalysis. As traditional psychoanalysis has often overlooked the experiences of BIPOC communities, for those that are interested in exploring theory and practice, it can be challenging finding community. Dr. Meiyang Kadaba, shares her journey and effort in creating a…
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The world is a diverse place, and brains are too! Cross-cultural neuropsychology explores how culture and ethnicity shape the way our brains work and how we think. Dr. Eman Rettig will discuss the ECLECTIC model, a framework for conducting culturally responsive neuropsychological evaluations even before the testing process occurs. Dr. Eman Rettig’s…
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Frustrated with the limitations of mental health treatments for BIPOC clients, many BIPOC mental health providers have had to forge their own path. In this episode, Dr. Huh shares how healing past trauma, particularly understanding parent-child conflicts, can unlock a more fulfilling present. Additionally, Dr. Huh delves into her own journey, the p…
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ADHD in the Black and African American population tends to be under diagnosed or overlooked compared to white peers. The interconnected and cumulative effects of systems and biases might play a role. In this episode, we explore these ideas with Casey Redus about the potential of overlooked ADHD diagnoses in the Black and African population as well …
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It is a conundrum that often many Black women in behavioral health leadership face, their visibility or lack thereof, and sometimes without a choice. And yet both choices come with challenges that must be addressed if we truly want to create the next generation of inclusive leaders. In this episode, we explore bringing identity into the workplace a…
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Currently the DSM5 does not identify race-based trauma as a separate diagnosis, yet it is a real and unique psychological and emotional distress that Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) suffer as a result of racism and discrimination. In this episode, we explore the criterion A of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder with Dr. Hall-Clark and wh…
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While the lack of diversity and representation of African American psychologists in psychodynamic therapies is an ongoing challenge, there are those leading the charge in adapting these frameworks to better serve Black and African American communities. In this episode, Dr. Natassia Johnson joins us to explore vital considerations for using psychody…
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According to the American Psychological Association’s Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Sexual Minorities, there is an acknowledgement that much of the psychological research on sexual minority persons reflect the experiences of those with more privilege. Therefore we, as mental health professionals, must strive to support and understand q…
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Black History Month Series announcements! Music Samples Oleg Kyrylkovv - A Jazz Piano Oleksii Kalyna - Inspiration BlackPyBeats - Ambient Piano Maksym Dudchyk - Hip Hop Jazz Resources The Association of Black Psychologists Racial Trauma Resources & Research Making Black Lives Matter APA President Connects Black History Month to Psychology --- Send …
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Black and African diaspora have a vibrant and multifaceted culture, yet immigrant communities often grapple with navigating the additional complexities of American racism. In this episode, Dr. Alexis Melville sheds light on how therapists can empower immigrant clients. She encourages moving beyond challenges and focusing on fostering growth, well-b…
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Speaking up about Palestinian humanity is such an important topic especially in the field of psychology which prides itself in trying to address and treat human mental suffering. In fact, understanding the impact of geopolitical conflict is a must if we want to challenge racism. Otherwise how can we adequately show up for American Arab, Middle East…
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Imagine a world where mental healthcare for college students, especially students of color, isn't just about individual fixes, but about building a healthy campus community from the ground up. This episode dives deep into a creative approach: a public health and community-based model of care that builds on relationships and access points of where c…
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Applying relational psychotherapy frameworks when working with Queer and Trans clients of color often will require an anti-expressive lens whereby as therapists we must dismantle dominant narratives that shape QTPOC communities. To translate the work into something concrete in the therapy session requires our own self examination of positionality, …
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Being Asian in the psychoanalytic field may be a lonely experience; however, there is a growing number of psychologists who aim to increase Asian American representation. In addition to one’s professional journey as a psychologist, many have creative outlets that may have been brushed aside as a possible professional identity. This episode, we spea…
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Religious trauma poses a significant challenge for discussion, as religious settings are often seen as places to find refuge, support, and community. However, there are unfortunately situations where religious leaders abuse and exploit individuals. The unique experiences of religious trauma among Asian Americans are rarely discussed, yet they deser…
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Indigenous cultures hold a profound and intricate understanding of healing and wellness, deeply intertwined with their connection to community, spirituality, and the natural world. For psychologists seeking deeper meaning in their practice and exploring alternative approaches to client connection, there is wisdom passed down through generations of …
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Through centuries of resilience, Native Americans and Indigenous peoples have developed profound healing practices that address both mental and spiritual well-being. Psychologists can draw invaluable lessons from Indigenous cultures by cultivating deeper connections and honoring their approaches to healing. In this episode, we discuss with Dr. Mark…
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As psychologists, we play a vital role in creating a more just and equitable society by speaking up for the voiceless, realigning health and healing practices, and to understand people beyond interpersonal pathology. What better way than to learn directly from the perspectives of Native American psychologists? Listen to my conversation with Dr. Ann…
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Native American Heritage Series announcements! Resources: The healing power of Native American culture is inspiring psychologists to embrace cultural humility Native and Indigenous Communities and Mental Health https://www.nativeamericanheritagemonth.gov/about.html https://www.compasshealth.org/native-american-heritage-month/ https://www.bia.gov/NN…
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Autism identification tends to lag among racially or ethnically minoritized youth. As therapists, we should be diligent and consider nuances when our clients of color may exhibit behaviors that are different compared to a norm that does not fit the child's cultural upbringing. It is important to consider parental involvement and naturalistic observ…
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Imagine you're walking down the street and you see a person. What do you notice first? Their hair? Their eyes? Their skin color? We often notice the visible physical features of other people and form certain expectations but what happens if someone is biracial or multiracial? The subtle socialized interactions of people from different cultural back…
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Persisting in the field of psychology can be challenging when the representation of BIPOC psychologists make up only 20% of the workforce. How do we persist and even see that doing amazing things in this field is possible? We must access our inner strength, connect within ourselves, our culture, our community, and seek out mentors and opportunities…
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Psychodynamic clinical supervision is a type of supervision that focuses on the unconscious dynamics of the therapeutic relationship. It is based on the idea that the therapist's own thoughts, feelings, and experiences can have a significant impact on the client's progress. At times, professionalism, a set of standards and norms expected of the the…
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Latinx bilingual psychologists are often faced with challenges within a training and professional environment that does not have the adequate resources to support bilingual clinical practice. Beyond that, there are at times a misalignment between a programs’ values vs the values of BIPOC students and psychologists. In this podcast episode, we speak…
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According to the American Psychological Association's press release on September 21, 2023, faculty of color face significant obstacles to promotion, tenure, and retention. Some of the issues they confront include cultural taxation, invisible labor, lack of mentors, and different value systems of achievement. Despite these challenges, faculty of col…
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According to 2019 data from the U.S. Census, approximately 58% of Americans describe their heritage as non-Hispanic White and 19% as Hispanic or Latino. That same year, 83% of the psychology workforce self-identified as White, 7% as Hispanic, 4% as Asian, and 3% as Black, according to APA’s Center for Workforce Studies data. As representation is la…
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According to the CDC's National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, 42.1% of Hispanic women in the United States have experienced intimate partner violence. As of 2019, only four published articles over an eleven-year span that looked at Latina survivors of intimate partner violence showed an increase in positive outcomes for Latinas. Thes…
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Self-verification theory is a theory in social psychology that proposes that people have a need to have their self-concepts (or beliefs about themselves) confirmed. This need is so strong that people will often go to great lengths to ensure that their self-concepts are verified. Self-verification theory has been used to explain a wide range of huma…
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Psychodynamic therapies are evidence-based treatments, yet studies on these treatments when working with people of color are rare. As the field of psychodynamic therapy has evolved, there are more efforts to incorporate multicultural competencies into the theory. In fact, emphasis is placed on the relationship between therapist and client, recogniz…
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Hispanic Heritage series announcements! Sources: https://sites.ed.gov/hispanic-initiative/national-hispanic-heritage-month/ https://www.apa.org/about/governance/president/melba-jt-vasquez https://www.apadivisions.org/division-35/about/heritage/martha-bernal-biography Music Samples: Music for videos - ⁠Cafe Music White Records - Energetic music. Dan…
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Cultural adaptation is the process of modifying evidence-based psychotherapies to make them more relevant and acceptable to a particular cultural group. This can involve a variety of changes, such as adapting the language, concepts, and metaphors used in therapy; the way that therapy is delivered; and the goals and expectations of therapy. To engag…
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Providing culturally affirming care for Black women must take place at both the system and individual level. To genuinely provide culturally responsive care, we must be congruent in and outside of the therapy environment. In this episode, we have a conversation with Dr. Kimber Shelton about her book, A Handbook on Counseling African American Women.…
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