Faculty Women of Color in the Academy Virtual presentation
Join Drexel University's Patience Ajoff-Foster, MS, CDP, Director of Faculty Development and Diversity, Dr. Chalice C. Rhodes, LPC,NCC, Assistant Clinical Professor of Counseling and Family Therapy, and Bernetta McCall- Millonde, BS, Director of Diversity Initiatives, & Community Relations, for an interactive virtual workshop titled, "Recognizing and Knowing When To Use Your Privilege."
The Faculty Women of Color in the Academy virtual national conference will take place from 4/18/2020- 4/19/2020.
Register here https://lnkd.in/ekaJ7w5
In honor of Women's history month...
In honor of Women's history month it was my pleasure to sit on a panel with a group of phenomenal women in leadership today! NJ State Police, Sergeant First Class, Dr. Stacey Lloyd; Natalie Blanden, BSN, RN, Director of Nursing, Good Shepherd PENN Partners; Monica Weyler, Office of Inspector General, US Post Office, Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Investigations; and Gabriela Mosquera, Assemblywoman NJ State Legislature.
A special shout out to Coryndi McFadden, M.S.M, Executive Director, Human Resources, Rowan College of South Jersey and YaVanca Brooks, Administrator, Programs, Rowan College of South Jersey, Diversity Committee. Both of these phenomenal women played an integral role in organizing such an impactful event!
Women in the Health Professions course
It was a pleasure to accept Dr. Merritt Brockman's invitation today to guest lecture in her Women in the Health Professions course. I was able to share the role I play in Behavioral Health Counseling and my key contributions to the health care field. What a great group of engaged and attentive students! It was a great class Dr. Brockman!
Cultural Competence Training
Our interprofessional continuing education cultural competence training was powerful! The participants were interested, active, and engaged both in person and online! Dr. Bernice Kennedy contributed her 40 years of nursing practice and her extensive record of scholarship virtually from South Carolina! I contributed my 13 years of community mental health experience, licensed professional counselor experience, and scholarship! Interprofessional practice is key in delivering a robust understanding of the experiences of African American Women!
Black Doctoral Network Conference
It was a great honor to present Black Women's Health along with Dr. Angela Njenga of Texas University and Doctoral Student Renee Whitaker of Queen's University! Something amazing about our panel is that our collective discussed African American women, African women from Somali, and Caribbean women living in Canada. Depression, Perinatal Cultural Beliefs, and Self- Care were explored! It was interesting to note both the common and varying themes among Black race women of different ethnicities! Excellent work Black women!
A Family Affair Health Fair
On 8/20/17, Dr. Chalice will present information on Binge Eating Disorder & Co- Occurring Mental Health Disorders at Bethany Baptist Church in Lindenwold, NJ.
East Camden Middle Career Day
In 2015, Ms. Jefferson invited Dr. Chalice to speak to middle school students about careers in the behavioral health field.
Mixson's WTMR 800am Broadcast
Dr. Chalice raised mental health awareness and provided education by presenting various Diagnostic & Statistical Manual V mental health disorders over a seven month period.
Camden Charter School Network
In 2015, Dr. Chailce was invited to attend Career Day by Dean Ash. Dr. Chalice spoke to students and the community about careers in behavioral health and mental health disorders.
Make Fibromyalgia Visible 2015
Dr. Chalice partnered with the National Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Assoc. to educate the public on Fibromyalgia & Co- Morbid mental health disorders.
Journal of Cultural Diversity Articles
As a result of my dissertation research, I co- published two articles in the Journal of Cultural Diversity. Both articles are listed under the Online bookstore research gate link.