Clinical Psychology Symposium: Diversity
On February 20th the first edition of the Clinical Psychology Symposium will be organized, where master students and Alumni can present a poster on their internship/thesis and win prices, and Clinical Psychology workshops are organized given by experts on the theme diversity.
CALL FOR POSTER ABSTRACTS
We hereby invite you to submit an abstract (a short summary of max 250 words) for the Clinical Psychology Symposium before February 10th.
On the symposium we offer you the opportunity to present a poster on your master thesis or internship. At the symposium, prices for the best thesis/internship will be awarded. During the symposium, your poster and presentation of your poster will be judged in order to select the winners.
- More information can be found here: https://clinicalpsychologysymposium.wordpress.com/
Internships abstract submission: (https://goo.gl/forms/WxXkKiSKpqdKOvIo2),
Thesis abstract submission https://goo.gl/forms/PdVTwHwzwuVZmQmk2).
- Abstract submission (max 250 words) before January 10th
- The deadline for handing in your poster is February 10th. Hand in your poster in PDF format. The organizing committee will print your poster on A3 format.
- Poster presentations and presentation of awards will be held in the Androclus building on February 20th from 15-17h. Attending the symposium is free!
Workshops on Diversity
You are all also invited to attend the workshops. The essence of Clinical Psychology is studying individual differences in many dimensions. Based on differences normality and abnormality are defined, but these boundaries can be influenced by differences in culture, sexuality, sexual preferences, personality, norms and values. The theme of the workshops on the symposium is therefore Diversity. Workshops will be given by experts and will answer Clinical Psychology questions on Diversity such as: Stigmatization: mental disorder or uniqueness (speaker from Samen Sterk Zonder Stigma)? Which values do you unconsciously apply to male or female clients that may underlie biases in diagnostics (speaker confirmed from the Rutgers center)? How do you deal with differences in culture in therapy? How do different generations vary in norms and values on sexuality? Which different diagnostic tools can be applied and how will diagnosis differ applying the DSM versus network based diagnosis? More information on workshops will follow in January, keep an eye out for our posters and https://clinicalpsychologysymposium.wordpress.com/
Hopefully, you are as enthusiastic as we are!
Kind regards, On behalf of the symposium committee,
Coordinators: Mitzy Kennis, Josita Versteeg and Henk Schut
Bachelor students: Jiska van Rijswijk, Eva Vethman, Fabiënne Wachters