Experiences of Privilege and Oppression of Queer Men of Color in Counselor Education

Mar 30, 2019 10:30am ‐ Mar 30, 2019 11:00am


Description

Utilizing an intersectionality paradigm and methodological strategies from interpretative phenomenological analysis, this study examined the lived intersectional experiences of privilege and oppression of queer men of color in counselor education and supervision doctoral programs. Co-constructing a collaborative dialogue with the audience, the presenter will discuss findings from six superordinate themes associated with strategies for systematically enhancing the praxis of counselor education.

  • Formulate an overview of conceptual and empirical literature that addresses intersectionality as a revolutionary approach to social identities and social justice in counseling practice and counselor education.
  • Articulate key insights emanating from lived experiences of Queer Men of Color in counselor education doctoral programs.
  • Foster collaborative ideas for critical thinking, pedagogical tools, and social context to integrate multiculturalism and social justice in counseling practice and counselor education.

Speaker(s):

  • Christian D. Chan, PhD, Assistant Professor of Counseling, Idaho State University
  • Sam Steen, PhD, Associate Professor and Faculty Chair, University of Arizona

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