Dr. Helen Neville, professor of education psychology and African American studies at the University of Illinois, will present “The Psychology of Radical Healing and Hope: Implications for Research and Practice with Black, Indigenous, and People of Color,” at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 7, via Zoom.
The event is sponsored by African American Studies at Illinois State University. Registration for the talk ends on Tuesday, April 6, and a Zoom link will be sent to those who register.
Neville will present the Psychology of Radical Healing Framework. The heuristic is designed to describe the ways in which Black, Indigenous, and People of Color engage in individual and collective healing from identity-based wounds. She will focus her discussion on the dimension of radical hope. After highlighting findings from individual interviews and focus group discussions on radical hope, she will outline research and practice implications.
Dr. Helen Neville
Neville is the past president of the Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race, which is a division of the American Psychological Association (APA) and she currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Association of Black Psychologists. She has been recognized for her research and mentoring efforts, including receiving the Association of Black Psychologists’ Distinguished Psychologist of the Year award, the APA Minority Fellowship Award, Dalmas Taylor Award for Outstanding Research Contribution, APA Graduate Students Kenneth and Mamie Clark Award, the APA Division 45 Charles and Shirley Thomas Award for mentoring/contributions to African American students/community, and the Winter Roundtable Janet E. Helms Mentoring Award.
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