2015 Multicultural Neuropsychology Conference
On April 11, 2015 Alliant Los Angeles is hosting the second annual Multicultural Neuropsychology Conference. This year there are three guest speakers, Dr. Terece Bell, Dr. April Thames and Dr. Olivia Hsin, speaking on a variety of topics including how to use a neuropsychological approach to assess learning disabilities in children and adolescents from under-served communities and understanding the influence of psychosocial factors such as stereotype threat on neuropsychological test performance.
There will also be a poster session where graduate students will share their knowledge of current clinical issues and/or recent work in the areas of multicultural neuropsychology and health assessment.
Alliant International University, 1000 S. Fremont Ave, Building B; Room B101/B103, Alhambra, CA 91803
Alliant students/faculty/staff registered by April 8: Free
Outside attendees not seeking CEUs – $10
Outside attendees seeking 3 CEUs:
Before March 15 – $20
Before April 1- $25
April 1 to April 7- $35
After April 8/at the door- $45
Lunch will be provided and licensed mental health professionals will be able to earn 3 CEUs for attending the entire conference.
9-10 a.m. Registration
10-11 a.m. Terece Bell, PhD: Neuropsychological approaches in the assessment of learning disabilities
11-12 p.m. Olivia Hsin, PhD: Second language exposure among youths with neurodevelopmental disorders: Current trends in research, and implications for assessment and practice
12-1 p.m. Lunch and student poster session
1-2 p.m. April Thames, PhD: Psychosocial factors relevant to diverse populations that influence neuropsychological test performance
2-2:30 p.m. Concluding comments and CEU evaluations
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