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2016 Annual Conference

November 2–4, 2016

Macon Marriott City Center

Think D.I.F.: Cultivating Diverse, Inclusive, and Fair Spaces in our Communities

Thursday, November 3, 2016 at 1:30 PM–2:45 PM EDT
Room 313 (50)
Presenter Name(s)

John O. Nwosu, Jr.
F. Takeshia Brown

Target Audience
Counselor Educator, Supervisor

We can’t solve problems with the same level of thinking that created them (Einstein). In this interactive session participants will be challenged to Think D.I.F.ferently by 1.) considering the potential challenges and benefits of developing diverse, inclusive, and fair (D.I.F.) spaces, 2.) examining how implicit bias, stereotype threat, and context shape our outcomes, and 3.) exploring cognitive and affective barriers to cultivating D.I.F. spaces.

Please select the interest areas your proposal covers
Issues in Counseling
Graduate Students


Mr. John Okechukwu Nwosu, Jr., M.Ed., Georgia Southern University
Ms. Florence Takeshia Brown, M.Ed., Georgia Southern University