Continuing Education

Challenges and Opportunities for African-American Male Psychologists

Carlton L. Quarells, PhD

The transition from clinical training to private practice small business entrepreneur is fraught with challenges, setbacks, and opportunities. The skills acquired in graduate and post-doctoral education generally do not prepare most psychologists for the world of private practice. This journey is particularly challenging for black male psychologists, as African-American role models are few and far between, and this article will discuss some of the particular difficulties experience by African-American men in this field.

Year 2015
Credit 1
Level Intermediate
Price $25.00
Learning Objectives
  1. Compile the difficulties in succeeding in graduate school and starting an independent psychological practice for African American men.

Quarells, C.L. (2015). Challenges and Opportunities for African-American Male Psychologists. The Register Report, 41, 22-25.

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