Diversity, Inclusion and Equity

Diversity Chair:  Dr. Lauren Chapple-Love

Dr. Lauren Chapple-Loveearned her masters in Forensic Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.  She went on to earn her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from The University of North Dakota.  Her clinical experience primarily lies in Forensic and Correctional Psychology.  While in the community, she has worked with court-mandated individuals (e.g., sexual offenders, domestic violence perpetrators, substance use) and in sexual health (e.g., university consultation, psycho-education on consent issues, sexual orientation development issues).  Dr. Chapple-Love has focused on diverse populations (e.g., LGBTQAI+, People of Color, etc.) and the ways that they process and can excel while living within systems of oppression and majority culture spaces.

 

Diversity Committee Meetings

Diversity Award

Started in 2012, the Diversity Award is given every year by APA to a group psychologist who has made outstanding contributions that promote understanding and respect for diversity in group psychology practice, research, service or mentoring. Click on title bar for more details.

Diversity Issues

Recruitment and retention of diverse grad student bodies and faculty requires thoughtful planning……