Disability Health Disparities
Speaker: Dr. Alette Coble-Temple
2 APA CEs
January 29, 2022
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Free for SDPA Members
$30 - Non-Members
$20 Non-Member Students
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Disability is the one contextual variable that intersects all other diversity components. While the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) was signed into law in 1990, the field of psychology continues to operate in an oppressive manner. This dynamic and experiential workshop will lead participants in structured learning and interactive activities to empower the field of counseling to shift methods of research, education, training, and practice as they relate to the contextual variable of disability. Case vignettes, film strips, and current evidence-based practice guidelines will also be integrated throughout the presentation.Learning Objectives:
1. Provide a historical context of disability and the field of counseling.
2. Describe how counseling theories, diagnosis, and treatment can lead to continued stigmatization and oppression for people with disabilities.
3. Review the models of disability and how they intersect with treatment.
4. Introduce the fundamental principles of disability affirmative therapy.
5. Dissect and practice the implementation of assessment and treatment guidelines for people with disabilities.
Alette Coble-Temple, Psy.D.
Dr. Alette Coble-Temple is a licensed clinical psychologist for the California Department of State Hospitals and Director of Clinical Training for the JFK School of Psychology, PsyD Program at National University (NU). She is currently Chair for the Board of Advancement of Psychology in the Public Interest (BAPPI) for the American Psychological Association (APA). She previously served as the Chair for the Committee on Women in Psychology (2017-18) and Committee for Disability Issues in Psychology (2000-2004). Her cultural-responsive leadership style promotes innovative academic and training structures to strengthen accessibility and effectiveness of psychological services across populations. Dr. Coble-Temple was crowned Ms. Wheelchair America 2016 for her lifetime advocacy efforts for people with disabilities. Her professional advocacy is in the public interest areas of disability, criminal justice reform, racism, gender equality, and healthcare disparities leading her to serve on multiple boards and committees at the national and state levels.
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