*In the event of a University closure, the Teaching Transformation and Development Academy will not host sessions.
Wednesday, April 26, 2023
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Registration open through 4/26/2023 Central Time (US & Canada)
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In part four of this Microaggressions Presentation Series, Dr. Cerynn Desjarlais (Ph.D., Counseling Psychology), Director of Online Counseling Programs and Clinical Assistant Professor, focuses on how to intervene and respond when microaggressions occur. She will provide an introduction to the concept microinterventions which are recommended in the literature to respond when microaggressions occur. Microintervention strategies at the individual level, group level, and systems level will be discussed. Ultimately, this session aims to give the audience information to help formulate ways to respond to microaggressions when they occur which support self-advocacy, allyship, and helping to educate others about the impact of microaggressions in the hopes of preventing future microaggressions from reoccurring.
Dr. Cerynn Desjarlais
Director Online Counseling Program &
Clinical Assistant Professor