Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice Trainings Available to Psychology Department Members
Resources across all Domains/Department Culture
Ohio University Resources
www.ohio.edu/diversity/trainings/intermediate-trainings: offers prerecorded webinar links to trainings on allyship, implicit bias and privilege, and microaggressions.
Implicit Bias-Plus: Elevating Your Knowledge: advanced training specifically related to race/ethnicity; to request a training email email@example.com; must have already passed intermediate Implicit Bias training.
www.ohio.edu/diversity/lgbt/safezone: Use to schedule SafeZone training at OHIO (Put on by LGBT Center at OHIO).
www.ohio.edu/diversity/lgbt/speakout: Use to request “Speak OUt” panel discussion from LGBT Center at OHIO to share experiences from members of LGBTQ+ community ; variety of topics available.
hbr.org/2019/11/how-the-best-bosses-interrupt-bias-on-their-teams: reading with ideas for managing bias in the workplace.
hbr.org/2020/06/how-organizations-can-support-the-mental-health-of-black-employees: reading with ideas for providing mental health resources.
www.ohio.edu/oga/aapi-lead: AAPI-LEAD Employee Affinity Organization; fosters networking, professional development, awareness, and support for Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islanders at Ohio University.
www.ohio.edu/diversity/real-talk-about-big-questions: Real Talk About Big Questions; archived videos
www.ohio.edu/medicine/about/offices/inclusion/diversity-inclusion-training: Heritage College Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Inclusion Training
ohio.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_74GcCfh7yxzhmRv: Diversity Advocate Workshop; use to register for upcoming trainings
OHIO Diversity and Inclusion Office: D&I Speaker Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2d1t1Cmufz5OS_hxAlmg4J_BZiR0c7Ap
www.ohio.edu/diversity/multicultural-center/trainings: trainings offered in cultural competency, microaggression, implicit bias, and diversity upon request
div12.org/diversity/: includes links to teaching resources, clinical training resources, and research funding opportunities.
www.sparqtools.org/: tools from Stanford to use in classroom, clinic, or research.
www.equityliteracy.org: several low cost and free mini-courses (e.g., becoming an anti-racist educator; learning to facilitate equity learning; avoiding racial equity detours).
www.aacu.org/webinars/on-demand-webinars: DEI efforts at universities; live and on-demand
nrmnet.net/#undergradPopup: National Research Mentoring Network; several resources on evidence-based mentorship, including DEI
fairplaygame.org/about/: True to life simulation of a Black graduate student navigating academia; Learn about and identify biases in academia
Resources for Personal Development
Ohio University Resources
OHIO’s Division of Diversity and Inclusion offers introductory trainings you can schedule by appts www.ohio.edu/diversity/trainings/introductory-trainings at many levels.
www.ohio.edu/diversity/womens-center/educational-videos videos for yourself or classroom offered by OHIO's Women’s Center.
courses.nrmnet.net/course/c/JqPZiUQo0O unconscious bias training series
kirwaninstitute.osu.edu/implicit-bias-training/ training modules in implicit bias from OSU
womensleadership.stanford.edu/tools Stanford University tools for addressing bias
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Y6M_-Mca8vm5QKubhd1dWfsz-cAJ3Y-E/view slides on Becoming Anti-Racist: being a better advisor, lab mate, and friend to Black colleagues.
www.glad.org/racial-justice-resources/ List of many resources for a variety of topics but also an entire section on learning about race, racism and privilege with links to lots of other sources
mcc.osu.edu/education-and-training/community-kit-project Put together by Multicultural Center at OSU sets of resources and discussion questions around various identities. Click the left hand menu options to see resources for the various topics.
thesafezoneproject.com/learn List of on-demand self-guided resources from Safe Zone (specializes in LGBTQ+ advocacy and training)
www.dismantlingracism.org/ workbook that accompanied a training (no longer available) but is interactive with lots of self-guided readings
www.educause.edu/about/diversity-equity-and-inclusion/resources -- Targeting the IT industry but include a section on individual/personal development
www.tinyurl.com/Interrupting-Microaggressions -- UCSC: Interrupting Microaggressions
tinyurl.com/PALS-Interrupting-Bias -- PALS Interrupting Bias Technique
nationalseedproject.org/Key-SEED-Texts/white-privilege-unpacking-the-invisible-knapsack -- White Privilege Activity
Resources Specific to Teaching
Ohio University Resources
www.ohio.edu/center-teaching-learning/programs-events/inclusive-pedagogy-academy/videos. Link to OHIO’s Inclusive Pedagogy Educational Videos.
www.ohio.edu/center-teaching-learning/programs-events/inclusive-pedagogy-academy Link to OHIO’s Inclusive Pedagogy Other resources.
www.ohio.edu/diversity/womens-center/educational-videos videos for yourself or classroom offered by OHIO Women’s Center.
Inclusive Pedagogy Academy at OHIO offers a pre-recorded webinar on identifying and responding to microaggressions in the classroom; see ohio.edu/diversity/trainings/intermediate-trainings for the link.
www.apa.org/ed/precollege/topss/considering-diversity: Self-Reflection Tool for Psychology Teachers.
www.apa.org/about/apa/equity-diversity-inclusion/language-guidelines Inclusive Language Guidelines from American Psychological Association
www.apa.org/about/policy/summary-guidelines-race-ethnicity American Psychological Association Race and Ethnicity Guidelines
www.apadivisions.org/division-44/resources Fact sheets from APA Society of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity (also provides resources that you might save the links for)
division45.org/resources/teaching-resources/ Division 45 (society for Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race) provides many teaching resources.
www.apa.org/apags/governance/subcommittees/cultural-competency links to various classroom resources provided by APAGS.
www.div17.org/anti-racism-addressing-anti-black-racism from Society of Counseling Psychology, links to articles and scrolling down online materials that might be useful in the classroom to illustrate need to address anti-black racism.
equity.ucla.edu/edi-education-advancing-edi/#ab -- Collection of resources for instructors/faculty including how to support diverse students, syllabus for creating an inclusive classroom virtually, and self-study resources
Resources for Clinical Training
division-rehabpsych.squarespace.com/webinars-and-presentations several publicly available trainings relevant to discussing issues with patients who have disabilities.
www.div17.org/scp-webinars-tab#counseling-diverse Society of Counseling Psychology provides webinars relevant to clinical practice with individuals from diverse groups.
www.lgbtagingcenter.org/education/index.cfm Supporting LGBTQ+ older adults
www.ymsmlgbt.org/webinars/ Various webinars and recordings related to working with LGBTQ+ individuals
www.ymsmlgbt.org/nativeamricanresources/ Similar to resources about for LGBTQ+ individuals but specific to First Nations/Native American community
www.samhsa.gov/behavioral-health-equity/resources List of resources specific to clinical care for people from various minoritized backgrounds
www.lgbtqiahealtheducation.org/resources/type/webinar/ Webinars available for free if you create an account (tested on 2/21/22)
beam.community/trainings/ Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective provides public trainings about once a month, scroll down to see public training list
knowneuropsych.org/all-lectures/ free archived recordings of lectures related to clinical neuropsychological practice
Resources for Research
www.training.nih.gov/diversity_and_inclusion_seminar_series Series of live and small group seminars with five parts