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Lecture Series | The intersection of Learning Differences and Racial Identity
This talk will examine the development of children of color and how they socialize around issues of race. We will also explore how racial identity and learning and developmental disorders intersect to present unique challenges for children and their families. Ways for parents and school professionals to best support children of color with developmental/learning challenges will also be addressed.

Dec 8, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Linda Fleming McGhee, JD, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Linda Fleming McGhee is a licensed clinical psychologist who speaks and writes nationally on mental health, race, and education. She received her Psy.D. from George Washington University following a career as an attorney. Dr. McGhee is the owner of Dr. McGhee & Associates and is on the Board of Directors and President Elect of the Maryland Psychological Association. She has served on the clinical faculty at the Washington School of Psychiatry and a former Adjunct Professor at George Washington University and the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Dr. McGhee is a speaker for the Steve Fund, an organization devoted to mental health for college students of color. She is a contributor to The Son Rise Project, a support network for adolescent boys, and hosts a talk show on Radio One called Good Mental Health. Dr. McGhee specializes in speaking and training on culturally competent therapy and assessment.