Diversifying Clinical Psychology
Diversifying Clinical Psychology Conference
April 22-23, 2021
This virtual conference is aimed at outstanding undergraduates and recent graduates from underrepresented groups interested in earning their Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology.
Opportunities to present virtual research posters (with cash prizes for best posters), networking with directors from Clinical Psychology Ph.D. programs, and individualized CV feedback will be made available.
Submitting an abstract is not required to attend, but strongly encouraged
Submit abstracts and application by 4/9/21: https://forms.gle/gCVichW9CqtCZDf59
Questions? E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The CUDCP Board recognizes the need to address systemic racism and other forms of oppression and structural inequities in the United States, including practices that might be knowingly and unknowingly perpetuated by the CUDCP Board or member programs. As one part of our effort to recognize and repair this harm, the CUDCP Board is creating a funded and independent Commission with the goal of developing specific and actionable recommendations for the CUDCP Board. Based on these recommendations, the CUDCP Board will work to dismantle the written and unwritten rules, policies, procedures, and practices that maintain personal, interpersonal, institutionalized, and cultural levels of oppression and hegemony as it relates to education and training in clinical psychology.
Specifically, the CUDCP Board is forming a Commission that will help develop specific action steps, competencies, or other recommendations that CUDCP and its member programs can enact to continually strive towards the following distal outcomes:
The Commission will be composed of approximately 5-6 members. The Commission will act independent of the CUDCP Board, although the Board will facilitate the charge of the Commission in any way possible (e.g., fact-finding, information gathering, connecting to members).