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2018 FRANCES MULLEN AWARD LECTURE: What Is a ‘Scientist-Practitioner Model’ for Psychology Professionals?
Japanese Association of Microcounselling, Japan
As my career continues, I have reconfirmed three keys associated with the Concept of ‘Scientist-Practitioner’ that are important for effective counseling/psychotherapy. These include: Similarities and differences exist among human beings; Human beings are multicultural; Active participation and genuine attitudes when utilizing the knowledge into action is essential for effective helping.
2018 DENMARK/GUNVALD AWARD LECTURE: Researching the Closet: From the Clandestine to the Canadian Parliament
Until 1992,the Canadian military hunted down LGBT soldiers, treated them like criminals, and purged them. Soldiers lost their careers, health, and some, their lives. Many still suffer today. The presentation takes us from the closet to the parliament, highlighting the role of social science research as a change agent.