September 23rd – October 28th 2021
This is a 6 week on-line course series in Chicana/o/x Psychology. This course is open to anyone with an interest in this content. Each session will be 1.5 hours and evaluation sent to participants after each session. After evaluations are completed, participants will be emailed their certificate of attendance and after all 6 are completed they will receive a certificate of course completion.
This will be a Zoom event (Zoom.us)
This course will explore the different influences in Chicana/o/x identity development and its impact on individual and community wellness and well-being. This course is part of the Institute’s on-going series in Chicana/o/x Psychology. The role of Chicana/o/x ethnic identity is a foundational aspect and the most researched area in Chicana/o/x Psychology. Chicana/o/x identity is also a core aspect of the Chicana/o/x experience historically and contemporarily. Participants will receive their Zoom link to the class 30 minutes before each session.
Sept 23 Being & Becoming Chicana/o/x: Pride, Decolonization, Chicanismo/a/x
Sept 30 Chicana/o/x Identity Development Models
Oct 07 Acculturation, Generational Statues, Migration/Immigration
Oct 12 Impact of Chicana/o/x Identity in schools
Oct 21 Chicana/o/x LGBTQ identities
Oct 28 Impact of Social & Media Images