Join Richmond Psychology Department and the Chicago School of Professional Psychology to explore


‘Diversity, Equity and Inclusion’

If you are interested in finding out more about the psychology of working with diverse populations, this is your opportunity to explore the subject in more detail.

From 12-26 February, this Micro-credential is open to everyone, having been organised by the Psychology Department at Richmond in partnership with the internationally renowned Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

Entitled, ‘Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Working with Diverse Populations’, this course offers a credential with a digital badge recognised by the American Psychological Association.

Recordings with guided reflection will become available from 12 February, with a live session being held on 26 February, led jointly by Patricia H A Perez, Associate Professor and Londi Cox, PhD Candidate, both at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

Dr Ira Konstantinou, Head of Psychology at Richmond, said, “This course is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in developing their knowledge of diversity, equity and inclusion in relation to psychology. It has been specifically tailored to our needs for all students, staff and faculty at Richmond, and represents excellent value for the training provided by two experts in international psychology.”

The cost is $44 for general registration and $34 for Richmond students (plus Richmond staff and faculty) and TCS students. Please register before 8 February to book your place here.