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Saturday, October 13 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Acculturation and Racial Identity in Multicultural Supervision Dyads

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Acculturation refers to how minority populations relate to the dominant culture. Racial identity development considers the connection between racial views of others and self. Clinical supervision is an essential component for the preparation of new counselors. Little information exists examining dynamics of the supervisory relationships among Persons of Color. This presentation examines acculturation, racial identity models with a focus on the impact of supervision dyads with People of Color.


Christan Horton

Assistant Professor, Winston Salem State University

Keisha Rogers

Winston-Salem State University

Tammara Thomas

Assistant Professor, Winston Salem State University

Saturday October 13, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm EDT
Palisades I