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Counseling psychology graduate students present at national conference

November 28, 2014

A trio of graduate students with UW-Madison’s Department of Counseling Psychology delivered presentations at the National Latina/o Psychological Association’s biennial conference earlier this fall in Albuquerque, N.M.

UW-Madison at NLPAThe event, which ran Oct. 23 to 25, was called the 2014 Biennial Conferencia: “Dreamers, Immigration and Social Justice: Advancing a Global Latina/o Psychology Agenda.”

Those students from UW-Madison delivering presentations included:

• Marla Delgado-Guerrero, who was part of a symposium titled, “Predoctoral Psychology Internship: Preparing, Applying and Interviewing.” She delivered a presentation titled, “Predoctoral Application Preparation: Recommendations to Set Yourself Apart from the Pack.”

• Nancy Herrera, who was part of a roundtable discussion, talked about, “El Valor de la Confianza: Developing Relationships with Latin@ Immigrant/Undocumented Communities and Researchers.”

• Laura Minero took part in a symposium titled, “Resiliency and Strength Based Interventions with Undocumented Latina/o University Students,” and her presentation was titled, “Fostering Resiliency  Among  Undocumented  Students as Latino Mental Health Practitioners, Faculty and Staff.”

DDEEA logoThe group received funding from UW-Madison’s Office of the Vice Provost, Division of Diversity, Equity and Educational Achievement, to cover some of the travel costs.

The National Latina/o Psychological Association’s mission is to advance psychological education and training, scientific practice and organizational change to enhance the overall well-being of Hispanic and Latina/o populations.

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