Black and EMPOWERed Podcast
How to Set Up a Research Team

How to Set Up a Research Team

July 14, 2021

Join us on this special episode in collaboration with Yale University's Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Aids, CIRA, panel discussion on how to set up a research team. Learn how the panel members discuss creating the culture they want within their teams, managing, mentoring, and developing your research staff.

To learn more about Yale University's CIRA program click here.

 

Corona Kiki

Corona Kiki

June 16, 2021

In today's episode, we are gonna be real with our audience about our experiences with COVID-19, while being in grad school and still trying to maintain a sense of normalcy the best that we can during these hectic times. Join us as we discuss what it's been like for us and also cover some coping tips that we have found useful in our personal lives.

 

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MedPage Interview on Cultural Humility

MedPage Interview on Cultural Humility

May 26, 2021

This week join us for a special interview with Kara Grant, Enterprise and Investigative Writer for MedPage, and our very own Dr. Isha Metzger as they discuss how to treat Ethno-Racial trauma with cultural humility. You can learn more about MedPage and Kara Grant on the MedPage website. The original episode aired on April 26, 2021, through MedPage and be sure to check out our social media accounts @bbkars and @TheEMPOWERLab

Psychoeducation on Racial Stress & Trauma

Psychoeducation on Racial Stress & Trauma

May 5, 2021

Come join the Black & Empowered team as we interview Dr. Isha Metzger and discuss racial stress and trauma in the context of psychoeducation. What is psychoeducation? How can it benefit you? And we'll also discuss coping strategies that can help in your healing. 

How to be a Better Ally

How to be a Better Ally

April 7, 2021

Join the Black & Empowered team as we discuss allyship and how to be a better ally without  falling into the stereotypical 'white savior' trope. Our special guests this week are Ian Raugh and Miriam Zegarac from the University of Georgia's Clinical Psychology program. 

Racial Trauma is Real: Coping & Healing

Racial Trauma is Real: Coping & Healing

February 10, 2021
What is racial trauma? Media this past year has been especially flooded with images exhibiting the negative experiences that many Black people face in their daily lives. In today's episode we are going to breakdown what racial trauma is, and more importantly how to heal and cope with these experiences with our expert guest Dr. Maryam M. Jernigan-Noesi.
 
To learn more about Dr. Jernigan-Noesi and her work check out www.mmjerniganassociates.com
Breaching the Tower: Applying to Grad School

Breaching the Tower: Applying to Grad School

January 8, 2021

Want to get into graduate school in psychology? Well, in this episode we talk about how you can do that! We are joined by two special guests, Violeta Rodriguez and Dominique La Barrie, from our Clinical and BBS psychology programs to talk about how they got into grad school and what you can do based on where you are.

Special Episode: ABCT’s Interpersonal Podcast

Special Episode: ABCT’s Interpersonal Podcast

December 16, 2020

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Join us this week for a very special episode of the Black & EMPOWERed Podcast! Every year the Child Maltreatment and Interpersonal Violence Special Interest Group (CMIV SIG) of The Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies sponsors a keynote address at their annual meeting. This year, Dr. Isha Metzger spoke about her research on racial socialization and addressing interpersonal and racial trauma in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), emphasizing her work with youth of color. She highlighted connections to interpersonal violence and child maltreatment work and provided tangible examples of how clinicians can take up findings from her research in their clinical work. Her call to all of us? To be advocates and allies. Listen to highlights from Dr. Metzger's talk in the second episode of Interpersonal and the Black and EMPOWERed Podcast. Interpersonal, like Black and EMPOWERed is a new podcast that features brief conversations with researchers, practitioners, and students. Learn more about the SIG at their website: sites.google.com/view/abct-cmiv-sig and follow them on Twitter, @CMIV_SIG co-hosted by student representatives Hannah Coffey and Aggie Rieger under the supervision of Dr. Michelle Haikalis. Original podcast music by Corey Richier. And of course, check out the Black and EMPOWERed Podcast co-hosted by @drishametzger @__therealbriana @haytisha by clicking the link in our bio or visiting https://blackandempowered.podbean.com/.

 

Dr. Metzger is a CMIV SIG member and an Assistant Professor at the University of Georgia. Learn more about her work in the resources below!

 

Dr. Metzger’s website: http://www.drishametzger.com/

Dr. Metzger’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/drishametzger

EMPOWER Lab website: https://psychology.uga.edu/research/lab/clinical-labs-empower-lab-dr-isha-metzger

EMPOWER Lab Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theempowerlab/

Article by Dr. Metzger - Healing Interpersonal and Racial Trauma: Integrating Racial Socialization Into Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for African American Youth in Child Maltreatment: https://tinyurl.com/y324nk4x

Description of the cognitive triangle: https://hudsontherapygroup.com/blog/cognitive-triangle

 

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Meet the family

Meet the family

October 21, 2020

Welcome to the first episode of the Black and EMPOWERed podcast! In this episode we introduce ourselves and tell you a bit about what this podcast will look like in the future. Press play to meet the family!

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