Psychology Resources

Abrams, Z. (2020, June 15). A time for reckoning and healing. Retrieved from

Abrams, Z. (2019, December 1). Countering stereotypes about Asian Americans. Retrieved from

American Counseling Association. (2020). Racism. Retrieved from

American Psychological Association. (2020, June 10). APA urges closer partnerships between police, behavioral experts to stem racial incidents. Retrieved from

American Psychological Association. (2020, May 29). ‘We are living in a racism pandemic,’ says APA President. Retrieved from

American Psychological Association. (2020). Combating bias and stigma related to COVID-19. Retrieved from

American Psychological Association. (2020). Race, trauma, and social justice: Resources from APA publishing. Retrieved from

American Psychological Association. (2020). Racism, bias, and discrimination resources. Retrieved from

American Psychological Association. (2019). American Psychologist: Special Issue on Racial Trauma and Healing, 74(1). Retrieved from

American Psychological Association. (2017). Multicultural guidelines: An ecological approach to context, identity, and intersectionality. Retrieved from

Andoh, E. (2020, May 1). How psychologists can combat the racial inequities of the COVID-19 crisis. Retrieved from

Asian American Psychological Association. (2020, April). AAPA COVID-19 statement. Retrieved from

Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers. (2020). Training and Education in Professional Psychology: Special Issue on Social Justice Training in Health Service Psychology, 14(2). Retrieved from

Calkins, H. (2020, Winter). How you can be more culturally competent. Good Therapy. Retrieved from

Chang, D. F. (2020, June 14). Division 45 task force on Covid-19 anti-Asian discrimination and xenophobia. Focus Spring 2020. Retrieved from

DeAngelis, T. (2018, March). 8 ways to advocate for psychology. Monitor on Psychology, 49(3), 34. Retrieved from

Garrett-Akinsanya, B. (2020, June 16). I can’t breathe: Resuscitating Black America. Focus Spring 2020. Retrieved from

Halley, C. (2020, May 31). Institutionalized racism: A syllabus. JSTOR Daily. Retrieved from

Murray-Johnson, K., & Ross-Gordon, J. M. (2018). “Everything is about balance”: Graduate education faculty and the navigation of difficult discourses on race. Adult Education Quarterly68(2), 137–156.

Sage Publishing. (2020). Structural racism and police violence. Retrieved from

Sarda, C. (2019, July 25). Research roundup: Cultural and societal considerations when treating women of color. Retrieved from

Shullman, S., & Evans, A. (2020, June 2). APA’s action plan for addressing inequality. Retrieved from

Society for Humanistic Psychology: Division 32. (2019, May). Draft statement on hate incidents in the United States. Retrieved from

The Mental Health Coalition. (2021, March 3). Asian American & Pacific Islander mental health resources. Retrieved from

Winter, R. J., & Vallano, J. P. (2016, February). Black lives matter: Psychological research findings offer ways to foster justice. Monitor on Psychology, 47(2), 24. Retrieved from


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