Listed below are the workshop speakers and their presentation topics. For biographical information please see the link to the left for the speaker day/time(s) listed below.
Adding Injury to Insult: The Health Consequences of Racism, Discrimination and Privilege
Rosie Phillips Bingham, Ph.D.
APA Ethics Code & Diversity Guidelines: A Compass to Culturally Competent Practice
Kofi Kondwani, Ph.D.
"CRASH" Course in Cultural Competency: Cultural dynamics that can either help or hinder the interactions or outcomes between patients and health professionals
Belinda McIntosh, M.D.
Mary Fukuyama, Ph.D.
Integrating Spirituality into Multicultural Counseling
Working with Internation Populations: A multidisciplinary approach
McKenzie Wren, MPH – Director, Clarkston Community Center (Moderator)
Monica Khant, J.D. – Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network
Maja Hasic, M.A. - Anti-Human Trafficking Program Cooridinator, Tapestri
Dr. Alawode Oladele, MD, MPH – Refugee Health Services, Dekalb Co. BOH
The purpose of this session is to increase knowledge and awareness regarding the unique and multi-faceted challenges and considerations of working with International populations from clinical, medical, and legal points of view. The panel includes representation from each of these discipline areas and the panel members will share information from their experiences and professional perspectives. The panel will also discuss the importance of engaging in multidisciplinary collaboration to effectively address the needs of diverse international populations.