Course Details

Course TitleABPPSP Panel: Police Psychology in an Era of Social Unrest: Counseling Cops in a Post George Floyd World
Date 6/25/2021
ProviderCONCEPT Continuing and Professional Studies (Palo Alto University)
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Website https://training.concept.paloaltou.edu/courses/LIVE-ABPPSP-Panel-Police-Psychology-in-an-Era-of-Social-Unrest-Counseling-Cops-in-a-post-George-Floyd-world?utm_source=email&utm_medium=engaged-customers&utm_campaign=upcoming-trainings
LocationZOOM
Credit Hours2
Instructor(s)Ellen Kirschman, Ph.D., Adrienne Bradford, Ph.D., Joel Fay, Ph.D., LaMaurice Gardner, and Trina Hall, Ph.D.
Method of InstructionWebinar
Approving AgencyAPA
Course Syllabus


Course Description

ABPPSP Panel: Police Psychology in an Era of Social Unrest: Counseling cops in a post George Floyd world


Course Objectives

The death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer sparked public outrage and a social reckoning surrounding issues of race and policing in the United States.

As a means of continuing the conversation started by the events surrounding George Floyd's death, a racially diverse panel of practicing police psychologists tackle the uncomfortable subject of police, racism, and psychology. Candidly sharing their own personal and professional experiences navigating the unique, often tough, culture of law enforcement.

Join us for this informative and open conversation about how to move forward in these times of social unrest.