Implicit Bias: Recognizing and Combatting Unintentional Stereotypes

When: May 12, 2022 6-7pm (PST)

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A CNU Virtual Faculty Presentation

The CNU Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) Program invites you to attend our upcoming Faculty Presentation Series.

Each presentation is provided by a member of our faculty based on their area of interest, research, or practice.

Come get a taste of what the CNU Doctor of Psychology Program has to offer!

All presentations are free of charge.


This Event:

In this presentation you’ll learn about implicit bias: what defines it, how it can damage relationships (including therapy relationships), and what you can do to reduce its presence in your work and personal life.

Presented by David Jull-Patterson, Ph.D. & Kofi Adjepong


About the Presenters:

Dr. David Jull-Patterson is an associate professor at the CNU College of Psychology. He teaches a variety of courses in the program, including Advocacy and Social JusticeHistory & Systems, and Consultation and Supervision. He is also the chair of the California Psychological Association’s Ethics Committee. He and his husband have four children and two grandchildren, which keeps everybody busy.

Kofi Adjepong is a CNU College of Psychology Class of 2026 student from Bridgeport, CT. Hem is interested in a career of implementing mental health resources in low SES communities at young ages in hopes to curb negative adult stereotypes in these same communities. His interests outside of school include music, playing and watching basketball, and working out.

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