Examining Social Identities
and Diversity Issues
in Group Therapy
Michele D. Ribeiro, EdD, ABPP, CGP, ABPP
FREE to Members, $10 suggested donation for non-members.
Michele D. Ribeiro completed her doctorate degree in counseling psychology in 2005 from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, with an emphasis in multicultural counseling and education. As a result, she has had a strong commitment to social and racial justice work, including examining dominance and dismantling systems of oppression. She is a licensed psychologist and group psychotherapist at Oregon State University’s Counseling Center, has a small private practice, facilitates a training group in group psychotherapy for psychiatry residents at a local hospital and is an adjunct instructor at George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon and Zanzibar University in Tanzania. She also previously was a national trainer for PESI, Inc., a continuing education company for mental health trainings, where she presented on utilizing mindfulness and yoga within clinical practice. She is board certified in psychology, a fellow with AGPA, and serves on the boards for AGPA and APA (specifically Div 49-Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy and Div 52-International Psychology). She has published two (co)edited books entitled: The College Counselor’s Guide to Group Psychotherapy (2018) and Examining Social Identities and Diversity Issues in Group Therapy: Knocking at the Boundaries (2020) by Routledge Press and a recent article in the American Journal of Psychotherapy, Intentional call to action: Mindfully discussing race in group psychotherapy (2021).
A 1.5 hour attendance certificate documenting attendance will be provided. While these are not certified CE Contact Hours, for some licenses, our certificate verifying attendance would be sufficient.
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