March 19, 2021
Dr. Travis Heath discusses healing through art by diving into his paper, Spitting Truth from my Soul A Case Story of Rapping, Probation, and the Narrative Practices. We discuss how rap and hip hop acted as a powerful healing tool for one of Dr. Heath's clients.
Learn about the Trauma & Disaster Recovery Clinic at psychology.du.edu/clinics.
March 15, 2021
In this episode GSPP's Dean, Dr. Shelly Smith Acuña, discusses important mental health themes in Oprah's recent interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
For more information about mental health resources at the Graduate School of Professional Psychology, visit psychology.du.edu/clinics.
March 5, 2021
GSPP Associate Professor Dr. Apryl Alexander was recently awarded a three-year, federal grant from the Department of Justice to develop the Denver FIRST Juvenile Justice Project. This episode focuses on the "why" behind this project and what it will look like for our students, our community, and the justice system as a whole. To learn more about Denver FIRST, visit psychology.du.edu/clinics/denver-first.
February 1, 2021
In this episode we talk to Dr. Tracy Vozar about helping our kids process everything that is going on in the world from the COVID-19 pandemic, to extremism and racial justice. It’s overwhelming as an adult, so we think it’s important to talk about how children are handing the current climate. Learn more at psychology.du.edu/clinics/cub-clinic.