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Grand Rounds

Pine Rest Virtual Grand Rounds “Implicit Bias: Culturally Sensitive Conversations”

Presentation:

This lecture will help providers define implicit bias and micro-aggressions as well as their impact on clinical conceptualization and treatment. Attendees will gain tools for self-reflection to identify and address their implicit biases, as well as how to engage in culturally sensitive conversations with diverse populations.

Objectives:

  1. Participants will define implicit bias and micro-aggressions and learn clinical impacts of implicit bias and micro-aggressions
  2. Participants will learn at least 3 tools for self-reflection
  3. Participations will learn at least 3 tools to engage in culturally sensitive conversations

Presenter

  • Diana Ro, PsyD, MCL

    Dr. Diana Ro provides therapy and psychological testing to children, adolescents, and adults. She earned her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. She has practiced in outpatient, residential, and inpatient settings. She is passionate about diversity and inclusion, specifically racial identity, LGBTQ+ populations, social justice, and advocacy. She provides consultation and educational talks on implicit bias and microaggressions. She is a member of the Michigan Psychological Association Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Responsibility Committee.

This group currently meets virtually only for the safety of our participants and staff.

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