EVENTS & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Benchmarks at Burrell: Cultural Competence: Assessment in the Ethnically and Linguistically Diverse World
9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday, July 16, 2021
Featured Speaker: Lindsay Vo, PsyD; Neuropsychologist, Burrell Behavioral Health
The purpose of this Intermediate-level presentation is to discuss the implications of culture and acculturation in clinical assessment and interviewing. While a small part of the presentation will be spent reviewing research related to psychological or neuropsychological assessment, specifcally, this presentation was created to benefit most clinicians who are seeking cultural competency in clinical practice.
This training is targeted to mental health professionals who work or interact with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
Date: Friday, July 16, 2021
Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (one hour off at noon for lunch)
Location: Virtual via Zoom (INFO FOR JOINING THE SESSION WILL BE SENT TO YOU IN YOUR CONFIRMATION E-MAIL)
Cost: $25 for Burrell staff, $35 for community members (includes 6 CE credits, if applicable)
CE credits: Full participation AND return of post-session survey earns 6 CE credits
Questions: Call Mandy Vela at 417-761-5020 or e-mail email@example.com
Lindsay Vo, Psy.D. earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from William James College in Boston, Massachusetts, and completed more than two years of post-doctoral, specialized training in clinical neuropsychology (Neuro-Psychology Associates in Western Massachusetts and Central Arkansas Veterans Affairs Health Care Systems in Little Rock). She currently provides comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation services to adults and older adults, and psychoeducational evaluations to children and adolescents. She is the co-chair of the Vietnamese Neuropsychology Network and is an active member of the Asian Neuropsychological Association, National Academy of Neuropsychology, and International Neuropsychological Society, with the hopes of improving culturally competent neuropsychological assessment. Other interests include therapeutic feedback, cognitive rehabilitation, and assessment of noncredible task engagement.