[PAST EVENT] Faculty Research Brown Bag: African American Women in Counselor Education
African American women in Counselor Education continue to experience different and often difficult professional trajectories. Over the last 9 years, Associate Professor of Counselor Education Natoya Haskins has focused her scholarship, in part, on exploring the lived experiences of African American women in Counselor Education as well as illuminating ways that counselor education and the counseling profession can address their unique professional needs. This presentation will focus on her most current scholarship using Womanism as a clinical paradigm and structural support for African American women in counseling and in Counselor Education.
Dr. Natoya Haskins' research is focused on culturally responsive counselor education experiences for graduate students of color, critical race theory in counselor education, and school counselor advocacy efficacy assessment tools.
The Faculty Research Brown Bag Series is sponsored by the Office of Research and Faculty Development at the William & Mary School of Education. For more information about the Faculty Research Brown Bag Series: https://education.wm.edu/research/brown-bags/index.php