Thank you for RSVP'ing for our webinar on "The Role of Psychologists in Social Justice and Human Rights". This presentation is being offered via video conferencing through Go To Meeting. The event will start at 330 PM CST on Tuesday, April 18th and will be approximately 1 hour long.
This webinar will be conducted by Dr. Penelope Asay, ABPP, and Dr. Neal Rubin, ABPP. It will be a discussion of how psychologists are working for and teaching about social justice and human rights. Students will be encouraged, but not required, to participate. 
Dr. Asay has extensive experience working in university settings in a variety of capacities. She regularly presents her research nationally and internationally, and she especially values collaborating with students and colleagues in these endeavors. Her current research includes issues in training (money, sexuality, sexism) and technology. She has also presented on multicultural competence, feminist research process, career issues (particularly women in STEM fields), and group psychotherapy. Other interests include dreams in psychotherapy and supervision. She reintroduced the Psychology of Women course to the curriculum and founded (in collaboration with students) the Argosy Feminist Group. Nationally, Dr. Asay serves on the Community Engagement Committee of APA's Division 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology), a committee charged with partnering with agencies local to the annual APA convention and providing needed services or programs. Dr. Asay has done pro bono group work with the Center on Halsted and maintains a small private practice downtown. Her approach to therapy has an existential foundation, and it is influenced by feminist and interpersonal process theories, among others. Dr. Asay is Board Certified in Counseling Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology.
Dr. Rubin is a Professor and University Fellow at the ISPP. He obtained his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the Committee on Human Development, Department of Behavioral Sciences at the University of Chicago. Dr. Rubin has been certified as a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology (AACP). He is a former Chief Psychologist at the Psychosomatic and Psychiatric Institute (P&PI) of Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center. More recently, Dr. Rubin's interests have focused on international psychology, social justice and the role of psychologists in promoting human rights. Since 2003 Dr. Rubin has pursued these international interests serving on the American Psychological Association's United Nations Non-Governmental Organizations Team at United Nations (UN) Headquarters in New York City. In this role, he works to contribute to psychologically informed global policies, utilizing research-based psychological information and resources pertinent to the behavioral dimensions of social issues worldwide.

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