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Towards Empirically-Supported, Responsive Practice: The Emerging Science of Cultural Adaptation

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Barbara Hanna Wasik Distinguished Lecture

Towards Empirically-Supported, Responsive Practice: The Emerging Science of Cultural Adaptation

February 17, 2021 | 3:00pm to 4:30pm
Virtual

Anna C. J. Long, PhD, is an assistant professor of School Psychology at Louisiana State University and a licensed psychologist. She is a founding member and chair of the Committee on Diversity and Outreach in Psychology (CDOP) in the Department of Psychology, and a member of the APA Division 16 Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs. Central aims of her research include: (a) promoting the adoption and treatment integrity of empirically-supported practices, especially in high-need early intervention and educational contexts; (b) expanding behavioral health research with low-income and ethnically diverse populations; and (c) extending knowledge on how empirically-supported practices can be culturally responsive. Dr. Long received her PhD from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in School Psychology.

Cost:  

Free