- Released On:March 28, 2023
- Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
Dr. Erika Gustafson was chosen due to demonstrated excellence within the field of clinical child psychology and potential to benefit from the LEAD Institute.
SCCAP acknowledges that the success of the society and the field of psychology is dependent upon the diversity of individuals stepping up to fill leadership roles. In order to promote leadership development and potential future leaders within SCCAP, its Diversity Committee created the bi-annual Leadership Education to Advance Diversity (LEAD) Institute.
The goal of the SCCAP Leadership Education to Advance Diversity (LEAD) Institute is to provide professional development, networking, and leadership skills for graduate students and early career professionals (ECP’s). Graduate students and ECP’s who are members of Division 53 (SCCAP) are eligible to apply. The full-day leadership institute offers LEAD participants (also known as LEAD fellows) to attend sessions with invited guest speakers that address topics such as: leadership in the community and profession, cultural sensitivity in practice, tips on publishing, and learning skills in media psychology.
Read more at: Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology