Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Report Abuse   |   Sign In   |   Join NYSPA
Understanding and Working with Microagressions and Macroagressions in Diverse Settings
Register Tell a Friend About This EventTell a Friend

 Export to Your Calendar 4/30/2017
When: Sunday, April 30, 2017
8 am - 5 pm
Where: Columbia University Teachers College
177-179 Grace Dodge Hall
525 West 120th Street
New York, New York  10027
United States
Contact: NYSPA Central Office

Online registration is available until: 4/28/2017
« Go to Upcoming Event List  

The New York State Psychological Association's Diversity Task Force, in conjunction with the Division of Culture, Race & Ethnicity (DCRE) is pleased to announce an all-day conference on Microaggressions and Macroaggressions. There will be a series of panels, scholarly presentations, and breakout sessions focused on understanding and addressing microaggressions across age, disability status, gender, race/ethnicity, religion, national status, and sexual orientation.

Co-sponsored by:
Columbia University Teachers College
St. John's University, Office of Post Graduate Professional Development
NYSPA's Division on Addictions
NYSPA's Clinical Division
NYSPA's Group Psychology Division
NYSPA's Independent Practice Division
NYSPA's Neuropsychology Division
Manhattan Psychological Association
Queens Psychological Association


Keynote Speaker

Kenneth Hardy, PhD
nternationally recognized scholar, clinician, trainer and supervisor; director of the Eikenberg Institute for Relationships




Guest Speaker with Q&A via Remote Video

Pamela Hays, PhD
Psychologist and author of the ADDRESSING model of diversity




A selected list of presenters:

Cultural Neuroscience, Identity, and Aggression
Vernon Smith, PhD

Addressing Microaggressions in Religious Minorities
Daniel Kaplin, PhD and Herb Gingold, PhD

Impacts of Gender and Racial Microaggressions on Career and Health
Carolyn Springer, PhD, Sharon Brennan, PhD, Vivi Hua,PsyD and Jean Lau Chin, PhD (Discussant)

10 Microaggressions Older People Will Recognize Immediately
Julie Shaw, EdD, Lynn Goldberg, LCSW and Mark Chaffin, MDiv

Our Experience with Microaggressions Surrounding Immigration (Panel Discussion)
Roy Aranda, PsyD, JD and Dawson Dufort, PhD

LGBT and Gender-Based Microaggressions (Panel Discussion)
Shara Sand, PsyD and Rachel Egberg, JD


Coffee, light breakfast and lunch will be provided.  CE Credits will be applied for.


Early Bird Discount: $10 off rates below if registered by April 3, 2017
$120 Non NYSPA Members
$95 Non‐DCRE NYSPA Members*
$75 DCRE and Co-­Sponsor Member
$65 Early Career Psychologist
$30 Any Student with Student ID

*Free DCRE membership with registration (must be a NYSPA member)