Presented at Free-Form Fridays


Disability Advocacy and Research Network (DARN) members Thomas Dirth, Kathleen Bogart, Amanda Hemmesch, and Joan Ostrove discuss ableism in psychology. They define and provide examples of ableist approaches and practices in psychological research, training, and policy, and then facilitate a reimagining of common disciplinary assumptions and practices and chart potential avenues to resist ableism moving forward.

Speakers: Kathleen Bogart, Oregon State University; Thomas Dirth, Bemidji State University; Amanda Hemmesch, St. Cloud University; Joan Ostrove, Macalester College