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Multicultural Research and Training Lab

MRTL

The Multicultural Research and Training Lab (MRTL) was organized by faculty members from the Psychology Division to provide PsyD students engaged in multicultural research a space to discuss and receive feedback on their clinical dissertations topics as well as engage in discourse on the clinical implications of their work.

In addition to offering dissertation support, MRTL provides students the opportunity to discuss their views on how effectively the PsyD program contributes to their multicultural competence, and the ways in which GSEP can offer a more welcoming experience for students from diverse backgrounds.

Lab meetings are scheduled from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month. Location TBA.

Faculty Advisors: Carrie Castaneda-Sound, Ph.D.; Miguel Gallardo, Psy.D.; Shelly Harrell, Ph.D.; Daryl Rowe, Ph.D.

Questions? Please email Dr. Carrie Castaneda-Sound at


2012 Biennial Conference

The last biennial conference was held at the West Los Angeles Graduate Campus on October 27, 2012. The conference theme was "Opportunities and Challenges in Making Transitions: A Multicultural Perspectiveā€¯ and the keynote speaker was Dr. Ilan H. Meyer, Ph.D., Senior Scholar for Public Policy at the Williams Institute for Sexual Orientation Law and Public Policy at the UCLA School of Law.

The next conference will be held October 2014.

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