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Predictors of Vicarious Trauma for Black Students in Current Sociopolitical Climate


Mar 29, 2019 5:15pm ‐ Mar 29, 2019 5:45pm


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This session will provide the results of a study that identified awareness of privilege and oppression and social justice commitment as significant predictors of vicarious trauma for a sample of Black college students. Social isolation was not found to be a significant moderator between awareness of privilege and oppression and vicarious trauma, or between social justice commitment and vicarious trauma. Implications and recommendations for counselors and counselor educators will be provided.

  • Attendees will learn the predictors and moderators for vicarious trauma in a sample of Black undergraduate students.
  • Attendees will dialogue and be provided directed implications and recommendations for providing services to Black students and clients in the current sociopolitical climate.
  • Attendees will learn strategies to advocate within our professional organization for the training of future counselors as a result of the outcomes of this study.

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