Title of Presentation Proposal

Isolated at “Minority”: The Importance of Relational Mentoring for Minority Students in Counseling Psychology Programs

Presentation Type

Symposium

Abstract

Graduate school is a time of much distress, wrought with financial, personal, and academic difficulties. Despite such common struggles of graduate studies, minority doctoral students have unique challenges related to their oppressed identities. Thus, relational mentoring, through feminist and Relational Cultural approaches can better support racial, ethnic, and sexual minorities.

Start Date

4-12-2013 3:00 PM

End Date

4-12-2013 3:50 PM

Location

Room 3209

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Isolated at “Minority”: The Importance of Relational Mentoring for Minority Students in Counseling Psychology Programs

Room 3209

Graduate school is a time of much distress, wrought with financial, personal, and academic difficulties. Despite such common struggles of graduate studies, minority doctoral students have unique challenges related to their oppressed identities. Thus, relational mentoring, through feminist and Relational Cultural approaches can better support racial, ethnic, and sexual minorities.