Presentations

 

I present at conferences, to professionals for CE credits, and well-being seminars to corporations and the community. Following is a sample of my most recent presentations. Feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss the possibility of a training or presentation.

 

Sample List of Presentations

  • Gubkin, R. (2017, May). Self-Care: Work-life balance. Through the Looking Glass, Berkeley, CA.

  • Gubkin, R. (2017, April). Diversity of Our American Soul. Diversity Town Hall, CPA Division VII. Panelist/Moderator. California Psychological Association (CPA) Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.

  • Gubkin, R. (2017, March). Traumatic Experiences and Culture: A Contextual Approach to Working with the Latinx Population in the U.S. Symposium on Latinx Mental Health, Education, and Community Engagement, Antioch University, Santa Barbara, CA.

  • Gubkin, R. (2017, February). The Intersection of Ethnicity, Disability and Help-Seeking Behavior: A Contextual Approach to Working with the Latinx Population in the U.S. Through the Looking Glass, Berkeley, CA.

  • Gubkin, R. (2016, December). Cultural Diversity and Psychotherapy. Clinical Science Program, UC Berkeley Department of Psychology, Berkeley, CA.

  • Gubkin, R. (2016, March). Culture and Psychotherapy: A contextual approach to working with the Latino/a community in the U.S. Through the Looking Glass, Berkeley, CA.

  • Gubkin, R. (2015, April). Incorporating spirituality in the treatment of combat and other traumatic experiences: Cultural considerations. California Psychological Association (CPA) Annual Convention, San Diego, CA.

  • Gubkin, R., Wong, J., & Fridhandler, B. (2015, April).  Individualism and confidentiality across diverse cultures: Clinical and ethical dilemmas. California Psychological Association (CPA) Annual Convention, San Diego, CA.

  • Gubkin, R. (2015, April). Social Justice and diversity issues related to race relations. Panelist, Diversity Town Hall Meeting. Moderator: Jorge Wong, PhD. California Psychological Association (CPA) Annual Convention, San Diego, CA.

  • Gubkin, R. (2014, November). Advocacy and Social Justice. The work of CPA Division VII. California Psychological Association Graduate Students Annual Leadership and Advocacy Conference, University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA.

  • Gubkin, R. (2014, October). Latino/a Leadership: An agenda for social justice. National Latino/a Psychological Association Biennial Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

  • Gubkin, R. (2014, April). Cultural Diversity and Relational Reciprocity. Making cultural consciousness a priority for California Psychological Association and the local chapters-Where are we today? Diversity Town  Hall Meeting. Panelist/Moderator. California Psychological Association (CPA) Annual Convention, Monterey, CA.

  • Gubkin, R. (2014, February). What is diversity and social justice? Goals of CPA Division VII Diversity and Social Justice. California Psychological Association Graduate Student Conference on Diversity and Multiculturalism, JF Kennedy University, Pleasant Hill, CA.

  • Gubkin, R. (2013, October). Traumatic experiences and Culture. Working with the Latino/a population in the US. Contra Costa Psychological Association, Lafayette, CA.

  • Gubkin, R & Peery, Sh. (2013, October). American Red Cross: Foundations of Disaster Mental Health. Conference: Treating Trauma in a Disaster: Basics and Beyond. San Francisco Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

  • Gubkin, R. (2013, April). Disaster Mental Health: Collaborating with the Disaster Response Network of the Alameda County Psychological in the wake of a disaster. Invited, as Chair of the Disaster Response Network of the Alameda County Psychological Association, to present to the Alameda County Association of Emergency Managers and Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Services. Dublin, CA.   

  • Gubkin, R. (2009, August). Spirituality and Trauma: A culture-based perspective. Presented at the American Psychological Association (APA). Toronto, Canada.

  • Gubkin, R. (2009, April). Personal reflections and clinical implications of the impact of traumatic events and resilience. Panel on Whole Person Approaches to Trauma: Post-Traumatic Growth, Chair: I. Serlin. Presented at the California Psychological Association (CPA) Annual Convention, Oakland, CA.

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