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Personal and developmental factors in coping and resilience:A group case study

Dr Kathryn Jackson

The presenter, a psychologist working at a North American university counseling center will describe a group for ALANA-African, Latina/Latino, Asian and Native American graduate students that was created and sustained for several years. The purpose of the group was to offer a safe place for students in advanced degree programs to come together to discuss common and individual concerns and to acquire support in coping with the marginalized status of "minority" students on campus." Group topics ranged from worry regarding familial stressors to confrontations on and off campus, with racial "micro and macro aggressions."

Recorded: October 2009, Dubrovnik - Cavtat, Croatia.
Coping & Resilience International Conference

Organiser: The Brisbane Institute of Strengths Based Practice

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Dr Kathryn Jackson

Suffolk University counseling center and Department of Psychological Studies, USA
Associate Professor of Psychological Services Temple University.

Educated in the public schools of Brooklyn, New York. Attended and graduated from Goddard College in Vermont where she focused her senior study on the Harlem Renaissance and African American writers of the 1960s. She then went to Reed College in Portland, Oregon where she obtained an M.A.T. in English. After acquiring further work and life experiences, She entered the doctoral program in Counseling Psychology at Temple University, graduating in 1992. Advanced training in family therapy has helped to widen her therapeutic lens by taking into greater account the social context of client concerns.

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