Message from Mark – our new board chair

Hello All,

In October, The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Group Psychotherapy by Jeffrey Kleinberg was published. It includes a chapter written by Siddharth Ashvin Shah and Razia Kosi entitled ‘Diversity in Groups: Culture, Ethnicity & Race’. (Chapter 33, pg. 667)

A link to the e-book can be found here.

Please join me in congratulating Siddarth and Razia on the  remarkable accomplishment. In the academic community, there is a well-known phrase – ‘publish or perish’ – in reference to the pursuit of tenure. The reason that universities demand this from their professors is that it raises the profile of the university. By including this chapter in a book issued by a respected publisher, Razia has raised the profile of CHAI.

The re-print rights belong to the publisher and we are checking on the ability to make copies. Meanwhile, Razia has a copy of the book (which she showed us at our board meeting this month) in case anyone would like to check it out.

Thanks,

Mark

2 Comments on “Message from Mark – our new board chair

  1. As a caregiver of a brother with a mental illness for 4 decades, I would like to know where I can help. I am an Asian American with a BS in Accounting, multiple FINRA designations, and a MS in Therapeutic Herbalism. I see a great need in educating the Asian American community about mental illness. The shame & stigma still keeps many in ignorance and midjudgment.

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