Candice Crawford-Zakian, Psy.D. is a consulting psychologist specializing in leadership development and organizational behavior change with emphasis on socioanalytic methods and Adaptive Leadership. With only one year out of her postdoc, her work has already lead to opportunities both internationally and domestically including Toronto, Israel, and the White House in Washington DC. Dr. Crawford-Zakian is an Affiliate Consultant with Konu, LLC., a boutique firm specializing in Adaptive Leadership and Immunity to Change interventions. She is an Executive Coach for the Doctorate of Public Health Program at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She also frequently consults at nationally held group relations conferences conducted in the Tavistock tradition and is a Board Member-at-Large for the Center for the Study of Groups and Social Systems, an affiliate of the AK Rice Institute and the Tavistock Institute in London.
For more information on Dr. Crawford-Zakain’s services and expertise, please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Le Ondra Clark Harvey, Ph.D., is the Chief Consultant to the Assembly Business and Professions Committee. She received her B.A. in Psychology, with minors in Quantitative Research and African American Studies, from Cal Poly Pomona, and her M.S. in Community Counseling and Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Clark Harvey’s alternative career in psychology has enabled her to combine her clinical background with policy expertise, such as when she was a policy fellow at the Center for Policy Analysis where she researched the mental health provisions of the Affordable Care Act, and as a Science and Technology Fellow at the California Legislature where she worked as a legislative health consultant for Senator Curren D. Price Jr. She was also an APA Minority Fellow, and has received numerous awards including: the APA’s Emerging Contributions to Service Award, Henry Tomes Award for the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Psychology, the University of Wisconsin’s Outstanding Woman of Color Award, the 2014 Sacramento Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 award and the 2015 Diversity MBA’s Top 100 Under 50 Executive Leaders award.
Angela Cerkevich, Psy.D., RYT, is a psychologist associate and has been teaching yoga and meditation since 2003 in the Washington, DC area. Her specialties include yoga nidra/iRest, graphic trauma narrative, somatic psychology restorative yoga, and Life-force Yoga for Anxiety and Depression. In an effort to utilize yoga to make a real – world impact, Dr. Cerkevich created the non-governmental organization, “Anahata International,” whose mission is to assist with the self-healing of individuals and communities affected by trauma, by teaching strategies for recovery using yoga and meditation. Through Anahata International, she has worked in Rwanda, The West Bank, and locally. Dr. Cerkevich is thrilled to have made a career that knits together the fields of yoga and psychology and has a keen interest in working with people as they connect to their passions, find meaning, and create rewarding and lasting relationships. For more information on her work with individuals, groups and couples, or to contact her directly, please visit her webpage.
John Gavazzi, Psy.D, ABPP, is a psychologist who works in the greater Harrisburg area in Pennsylvania. He maintains a private practice and consults for a variety of organizations including the Pennsylvania State Board of Psychology, the Bureau of Disability Determination Services, and Holy Spirit Hospital. Dr. Gavazzi has been involved in ethics education for over 20 years, and has been recognized by the American Psychological Association and the Pennsylvania Psychological Association as Ethics Educator of the Year. He provides approximately six trainings per year on ethics and psychology, and is the founder and curator of the Ethics and Psychology site, which has an international following and has over 700,000 page views and over 12,000 podcast downloads.
Amanda Zayde, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist at the Child Outpatient Psychiatry Department at Montefiore Medical Center Wakefield Division, an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and a private practitioner. Dr. Zayde received her Psy.D. from the George Washington University and completed her internship and postdoctoral training at the Yale School of Medicine. Her areas of clinical and research interest include using mentalization-based parenting interventions to interrupt the intergenerational transmission of trauma, developmental psychology and attachment theory, and the assessment and treatment of young adults.
Marta Miranda, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist who works in private practice and at the The Fremont Community Therapy Project in Seattle, Washington. A graduate of The George Washington University Professional Psychology program, Dr. Miranda focuses on providing psychotherapy and assessment for immigrant populations and racial/ethnic minorities. She is a member of APA division 56 (Trauma) and the Society for Personality Assessment.
For more information on Dr. Miranda’s services and expertise, please refer to her website.
002: Tamba-Kuii Bailey, Ph.D., – Black Psychology and Internalized Racial Oppression
Tamba-Kuii Bailey, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the Counseling Psychology Department at the University of San Francisco. Dr. Bailey received his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Georgia State University. His professional experiences include clinical work in community mental health and teaching at the graduate level. In terms of scholarship, his interests are in the areas of Black psychology and multicultural psychology with a main focus on internalized racial oppression and the impact of race on mental health. For more information about internalized racial oppression and Dr. Bailey’s research, you can email him at email@example.com.
You can also check out the abstract of TK Bailey’s Internalized Racial Oppression Scale.
001: Dave Guggenheim, Psy.D., – Behavioral Health and Primary Care Integration
Dr. Guggenheim has built his career at the Community Health Center Inc., beginning with the company as a post-doctoral psychology resident, and eventually overseeing the rapid expansion of behavioral health services at CHC’s throughout lower Connecticut. As part of his agency’s mission, Dr. Guggenheim is committed to training the next generation of healthcare providers, and has worked with a team of professionals to develop a multi-site post-doctoral residency program in primary care. For more information about behavioral health primary care, you can email him directly at Guggend@chc1.com.
For more information on Feelings Of Incompetency (FOI), please refer to this article.
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