Inspiration

Issues

Inspiration

Word Cloud

Pathways to Decolonizing the Sex Industries

Posted in: Inspiration, Marginalized Groups
Former sex worker, Christa Sacco discusses decoloniality by and with people in the sex industries to inspire a different type of conversation around the sex industries, sex  work, and human trafficking.

Read More
Photograph of Protest

A Modern Example of Colonialism: We Will Not Forget Ayotzinapa

Posted in: Children, Youth and Families, Inspiration
On September 26, 2014 near Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, Mexico, a group of 43 normal school students were kidnapped, murdered, and then disappeared, by what many believe was an operation of the Mexican federal government and military. Historically, students in Mexico who opposed the Mexican government, especially the views of PRI and the way they govern, have […]

Read More

A Love Letter to Marie Jahoda

Posted in: History of Community Psychology, Inspiration | Tags:
Marie Jahoda’s early multi-method work and strengths-based community perspective makes her a grandmother in the field of Community Psychology.

Read More
photograph of Jessica Drum

Community Psychology in the Cloud: How One CP Practitioner Uses the Practice Competencies to Work in Everyone’s Community

Posted in: Inspiration, Sense of Community | Tags:
Published in:
Community Psychologists work in online communities too! Nicole Freund interviews Jessica Drum about how her degree in Community Psychology enriches Facebook communities.

Read More
Photograph of Project Participants

Hands Across the Hills

Posted in: Coalition Building, Inspiration, Poverty and Socioeconomic Status, Rural Communities | Tags:
In the wake of the 2016 United States presidential election, Americans were awash in angry media and divisive partisian rhetoric, which suggested deep divisions. It struck at our core of what it means to be an American. We felt that we were being encouraged to see the “other” as different from ourselves and often as […]

Read More
Photograph of Louis Brown

Living Community Psychology-Louis Brown

Posted in: Inspiration | Tags:
Published in:
For this installment, we feature Louis Brown of El Paso, Texas. Louis’ original focus, starting in graduate school, was on mental health self-help consumer groups, but his eventual move to a heavily Latino population on the U.S.-Mexico border and to a school of public health, have led to a broadened perspective, to multiple health-related issues, […]

Read More
Photograph of a police vehicle

Driving Transformation through Collaboration: Reflections from a Police Widow

Posted in: Criminal Justice, Inspiration
Published in:
Community psychologists hold tremendous potential for igniting transformation during divisive times. The skills and values which serve as the foundation for community psychology place us in a unique position to bring diverse stakeholders together to create second-order change. To do so requires a willingness to embrace the dialectic and openly consider divergent solutions (Rappaport, 2002), […]

Read More
Photograph of Lindsey Zimmerman

Living Community Psychology-Lindsey Zimmerman

Posted in: Inspiration | Tags:
Published in:
For this installment, we introduce a clinical/community psychologist (CP) who, after moving from place to place for her education, is now settled in the Bay Area, working as an implementation scientist in the largest health care system in the U.S. – the Veterans Health Administration. She also has played a critical role in encouraging and […]

Read More
Photograph of Meg Bond

Living Community Psychology-Meg Bond

Posted in: Inspiration | Tags:
Published in:
This installment profiles Meg Bond who has long and ably served the profession. Widely recognized for her promotion of gender and ethnic diversity through her advocacy, research and teaching, learn how she came to that mission. Meg was born in Pasadena, CA, the third of 4 children, to an attorney and a stay at home mom. Undoubtedly, […]

Read More
Photograph of Ann Webb Price

Living Community Psychology-Ann Webb Price

Posted in: Inspiration | Tags:
Published in:
This installment profiles Ann Webb Price, a community psychologist whose successful evaluation consulting practice is a perfect fit for her skills and work style. Ann Price was born and raised in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, the sixth of nine children. When she was still young, her father retired from the Air Force. He subsequently worked multiple […]

Read More