CODAPAR Grant Project

On the Shoulders of Activist Scholars: Building Healthy Environments for Immigrants, Refugees, and Asylum-Seekers

The project is being spearheaded by APA Division 24 in collaboration with APA Divisions 5, 9, 27, 32, 37, 39, 45, 48, 52, and 56.

Our APA CODAPAR--funded grant project on immigrant and refugee advocacy has produced three webinars and ___ Oral History transcripts.

Additionally, Michelle Fine's Oral History interview, conducted by Dr. Fredrick J. Wertz, serves as an example for anyone wishing to conduct oral histories themselves.

Webinar 1: Qualitative Research Methods and Ethics: Understanding Lived Experience -- Dr. Fredrick J. Wertz

Website 2: Training Psychology Graduate Students to Prepare Psychological Affidavits for Asylum Seekers --Carl Auerbach Ph. D. and William Salton Ph.D


Webinar 3: Best Practice Checklist for Interviewing Clients Who Have Experienced Trauma -- Geoff Kagan-Trenchard J.D.


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