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Book one of our collaborators for a speaking engagement, presentation, or other MCO-related engagement.

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DR. TED BARTHOLOMEW

Dr. Bartholomew is an Assistant Professor at Scripps College. He is available for speaking engagements pertinent to (a) qualitative methods (phenomenology, grounded theory, case study), ethnography in psychological research, and mixed methods, (b)Instillation of hope in psychotherapy, (c) international mental health with an emphasis on sub-Saharan Africa and refugee mental health.

DR. JESSE OWEN

Dr. Owen is a full professor and senior researcher at the University of Denver. Among his many interests and areas of expertise, he is available to speak on therapist's multicultural orientation, cultural processes in psychotherapy, couple therapy, psychotherapy process and outcomes research.

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DR. ANDRES E. PEREZ-ROJAS

Dr. Pérez-Rojas is an assistant professor at New Mexico State University. Among his many interests and areas of expertise, he is available to speak on cultural comfort and other therapists’ reactions to clients (e.g., countertransference) and how to attend to, manage, or use these reactions therapeutically. He is also available to speak on bilingual psychotherapy, cultural processes in psychotherapy, and the therapeutic relationship.

DR. MELANIE LANTZ

Dr. Lantz is an Assistant Professor, Director of Doctoral Training, and researcher at Oklahoma State University. She is available to speak on a number of areas of her expertise, including multicultural orientation in psychotherapy as well as clinical supervision and training/education. Other areas of expertise on which Dr. Lantz is available to speak include (but are not limited to) multicultural counseling and training broadly, social justice, political advocacy, antiracism, whiteness, social class, and addiction. Dr. Lantz has provided trainings and continuing education workshops on these and other areas to professional counselors, psychologists, and psychiatrists, undergraduate audiences, higher education instructors and administrators, community mental health organizations, public communities, as well as conference audiences.

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DR. STEPHANIE WINKELJOHN BLACK

Dr. Winkeljohn Black is available to speak on cultural humility as it relates to religious, spiritual, and secular client identities and training approaches to RSS as cultural identities.