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CE Workshop: Multi-Culturally Competent Clinical Supervision
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When: Friday, October 12, 2018
Where: GPA Office
13 Corporate Blvd. NE
Suite 220
Atlanta, Georgia  30329
United States
Presenter: Regina M. Koepp, PsyD, ABPP; and Deauna V. Webb, PsyD
Contact: Staci Bratcher, Director of Operations
404-634-6272, ext. 208

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Workshop Description: 

Multicultural supervision is critical for the development of ethical and effective psychological practice that accounts for the impact of culture on the patient’s clinical presentation and clinical care. Through a review of theoretical and empirical literature on multicultural supervision, as well as discussion, case studies, and interactive exercises, participants will gain an understanding of the beliefs, attitudes, knowledge, and skills necessary to provide multi-culturally competent clinical supervision. As a result, supervisors will be better able to guide trainees on: (1) knowledge of various ways culture influences patient functioning and (2) use of culturally responsive skills to apply that knowledge to yield successful patient outcomes. 

Learning Objectives

  1. Summarize multicultural supervision competencies
  2. Discuss Cultural Self-Awareness
  3. Apply a multicultural supervision model
  4. Describe barriers to promoting multicultural supervision

      CE Hours: 3 

      Level: Intermediate

      About the Presenter:

            Regina Koepp, PsyD, ABPP (Maiden name: Sherman)

      License and Certifications:

      ·Licensed to practice Psychology in the state of Georgia PSY003388; Issued 2010

      ·Board Certified in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) –Issued  2011

      Diversity Related Positions:

      ·Chair of the Atlanta VA Medical Center’s Diversity Education Committee- of the Psychology Training Program (DEC-PT; August 2016)

      ·Founding member of the Atlanta VA Medical Center’s Diversity Education Committee- of the Psychology Training Program (DEC-PT; 2012-present)

      ·Regional Diversity Coordinator, American Psychological Association of Graduate Students’ (APAGS) Committee on Ethnic and Minority Affairs (CEMA), Washington, D.C. (2007-2009)


      Diversity-Related Teaching:

      ·Lead facilitator of 8-10 week multicultural seminar series for psychology pre-doctoral interns at the Atlanta VAMC (2012-2016)

      ·Professor at University of California, San Diego (UCSD). Course: Inter-Group Relations Program: Dialogue Course on Race and Ethnicity. Level: Undergraduate (October-December 2012)


      CEU Workshops:

      Koepp, R, Davis, T., Webb, D., & Elliott, E. Multiculturally Competent Clinical Supervision. 3 hour CEU workshop presented September 14, 2016 at the Atlanta VA Medical Center, Decatur, GA.

      Koepp, R. Clinical Assessment and Psychotherapy with Individuals and Families Living with Major Neurocognitive Disorders  (Dementia). 3 hour CEU workshop presented March 4, 2016 at the Georgia Psychological Association headquarters, Atlanta, GA.

      Thompson, C., Sherman, R., Cerezo, A. Cook, S., Park, Y. & Markowicz, J. (2009, June). Ethical Clinical Practice: A Call for the Integration of Social Justice (MCEP Workshop). Presented to the Psychology staff of UCSD Counseling and Psychological Services, UCSD, La Jolla, CA.


      Regina Koepp, PsyD, ABPP a clinical psychologist on the Geropsychiatry and Spinal Cord Injury Outpatient Mental Health team at the Atlanta VA Medical Center (VAMC). Dr. Koepp has been a clinical supervisor and educator for the Atlanta VAMC and Emory Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences since 2012. Dr. Koepp serves on many committees within the Atlanta VAMC, but specifically related to diversity, she serves on the Diversity Committee of the Psychology Training Committee of the Atlanta VAMC. Dr. Koepp has conducted 13 presentations on diversity related topics and written seven publications related to diversity, most notably as the first author of a book chapter: Sherman, R., D’Orio, B., Rhodes, M., Gantt, S., & Kaslow, N.  (2014). Racial/ethnic, spiritual/religious, and sexual orientation influences on suicidal behaviors. Chapter in Matthew K. Nock (Ed). Handbook of Suicide and Self-Injury, Oxford University Press. She earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the PGSP-Stanford PsyD Consortium and completed her post-doctoral fellowship at Emory School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences/Grady Health System, where she won the Richard W. Morrell Community Commitment Award and worked with the Grady Nia Project and the Grady Infectious Disease Program. While in graduate school, Dr. Koepp was selected to serve a 2-year appointment on the national APA Graduate Students Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs with the focus on recruitment and retention of ethnic minority graduate students. Dr. Koepp’s research has focused on multicultural, stigmatized, underserved, and under-researched populations in the United States and internationally. Further, she has taught inter-race dialogue courses at the undergraduate level, and teaches multicultural and social justice psychology at the graduate and professional levels.

            Deauna Webb, PsyD

      License and Certifications:

      ·Licensed to practice Psychology in the state of Georgia PSY003668

      Positions Related to Diversity:

      ·Atlanta VAMC LGBT Veteran Care Coordinator

      ·Supervisor, Diversity Rotation, Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center APA-Accredited Psychology Internship Program 2016

      ·Chair, Committee on Racial and Ethnic Minority Affairs, GPA 2015-2016

      ·Chair, Committee on Gender and Sexual Diversity 2016-present

      ·Co-facilitator of the Multicultural Seminar series for psychology pre-doctoral interns at the Atlanta VAMC, 2014-2015

      CEU Workshops:

      Koepp, R, Davis, T., Webb, D., & Elliott, E. (2016, September) Multiculturally Competent Clinical Supervision. Workshop presented for CE credits at the Atlanta VA Medical Center, Decatur, GA.

      Webb, D. (2016, May). Intimate partner violence in LGBT relationships. Workshop presented for CE credits at the Licensed Professional Counselors Association conference, Atlanta, GA.

      Webb, D. (2015, September). Bullying, abuse, and violence: Psychological implications and recommendations. Workshop presented for CE credits through the “It Takes a Village” conference, Lexington, KY.

      Webb, D. (2015, April). Intimate partner violence in LGBT relationships. Workshop presented for CE credits at the Georgia Psychological Association Annual Meeting conference, Atlanta, GA.

      Webb, D. (2013, October). Bullying, abuse, and violence: The psychological impact on today’s society. Workshop presented for CE credits through Chi Eta Phi Nursing Sorority, Lexington, KY.


      Deauna V. Webb, Psy.D. – is a psychologist within the  General Mental Health Clinic at the Atlanta VA Medical Center.  She conducts individual and group psychotherapy with veterans who are experiencing a wide-range of clinical disorders and provides evidence-based interventions for veterans diagnosed with PTSD.  She also holds the position of LGBT Veteran Care Coordinator for the hospital where she serves as a point-of-contact for LGBT veterans as well as a training resource for providers.  Her clinical interests include working with trauma, PTSD, HIV+ clients, and individuals with LGBTQ issues. Dr. Webb supervises the Diversity Rotation and she also functions as one of the assessment supervisors..  In the past, she co-facilitated the Diversity Seminar for the psychology interns.  In addition to her work within the VA, she serves as the chair of the Gender and Sexual Diversity Committee through the Georgia Psychological Association (GPA) and is an active member of the Board of Directors within the organization.  She also conducts speaking engagements  on topics related to diversity, PTSD and trauma, child development, and school bullying at various college campuses, professional conferences, and training programs.  In addition, Dr. Webb provides consulting services helping businesses to attain competence in providing culturally aware and inclusive services to their clients.

      Registration Costs (per workshop):

      Early Bird Registration (Must be postmarked on or before September 28, 2018 to receive this rate.)

      • $70: GPA Members
      • $105: Non-members
      • $20: *GPA Student Members

      Registration (After September 28, 2018)

      • $80: GPA Members
      • $115: Non-members
      • $30: *GPA Student Members

      Must be logged into member profile to receive member rate.

      *If a GPA Student Member needs continuing education credits, he/she will need to pay the higher GPA Member fee regardless of status as a student.

      Cancellation Policy:
      All cancellations must be submitted in writing to Staci Bratcher via email ( A $35 cancellation fee will be charged for any cancellations prior to September 28, 2018. No refunds will be given after September 28, 2018.

      The Georgia Psychological Association is proud to sponsor and support a wide variety of workshops throughout the year as an APA approved sponsor of Continuing Education.