Gargi Roysircar-Sodowsky (EdD)

Professor, Director of Diversity Issues, and Director of the Multicultural Center
Department of Clinical Psychology

Selected Presentations

Keynote Speeches

Roysircar, G. (2009, January). Keynote: Therapist, heal society and thyself: Social justice advocacy in disaster response work. National Multicultural Summit and Conference, January 15-16, New Orleans, LA.

Roysircar, G. (2008, August). Keynote: Culturally sensitive practice versus empirically supported treatment. Annual conference of New Zealand Psychological Society, Christchurch, NZ.

Roysircar (2007, July). Keynote: The big picture of social justice advocacy: Counselor heal society and thyself. International Conference of AMCD, Extending Advocacy, Global Outreach, Critical Consciousness, and Praxis, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Invited Workshops

Roysircar, G (2014). Multicultural  relationship competency: Managing therapist-client cultural divide. Georgia State University Cultural Competency Conference, held by the university counseling center, March 13 and 14, Atlanta, Georgia.

Roysircar, G. (2009, December). Lost in cross-cultural transitions: Multicultural ecology of an Asian Indian’s immigrant losses. A workshop on multicultural case conceptualizations and interventions.. Department of Counseling and School Psychology and Special Education, and the University Counseling Center, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.

Invited Papers

Roysircar, G (2012, August). A scientist-practitioner’s journey to international disaster relief counseling: Passion, belief, humility, and the future of Counseling Psychology. Invited address in honor of Best Practice Award from APA’s Div 17, Society of Counseling Psychology, Annual Conference American Psychological Association, Orlando, Florida.

Roysircar, G (2012, February). Facilitator of plenary session, Honoring Elders in our field: Conversations on our understanding about acculturation. Roysircar’s paper title, Hope for hard work and looking for a better life: Welcome to English Class and our Neighborhoods Needs to Replace Show me Your Papers. The 29th Annual Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, Newe York, NY.

National Conferences

Roysircar, G (2012, August). A scientist-practitioner’s journey to international disaster relief counseling: Passion, belief, humility, and the future of Counseling Psychology. Invited address in honor of Best Practice Award from APA’s Div 17, Society of Counseling Psychology, Annual Conference American Psychological Association, Orlando, Florida.

Roysircar, G (2012, February). Facilitator of plenary session, Honoring Elders in our field: Conversations on our understanding about acculturation. Roysircar’s paper title, Hope for hard work and looking for a better life: Welcome to English Class and our Neighborhoods Needs to Replace Show me Your Papers. The 29th Annual Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, Newe York, NY.

Roysircar (2013, August). Vision for international disaster response. In symposium (Chair, Roysircar), Disaster mental health service in Haiti: Vision, practicum, and research. Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.