AASP offers webinars on a quarterly basis, providing valuable education on a wide range of topics by experts in the field. These are also available for on-demand viewing if you miss the live presentation. Credits toward re-certification of the CC-AASP designation can also be earned by participating in AASP webinars.


Now You See Me, Now You Don't: Appreciating the Context of Multiculturalism and Intersectionality within the Framework of Sport and Exercise Psychology Consultations

William Parham, Ph.D., ABPP, Loyola Marymount University &
Carole Oglesby, Ph.D., CC-AASP, Temple University - Emeritus

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Length of session: 75 minutes, 
1:00 pm Eastern
(12:00 pm Central, 11:00 am Mountain, 10:00 am Pacific; 17:00 GMT/UTC)
International attendees should convert the time accordingly.


*Last day to register is Sunday, August 17. Limited registration of 100 people per live virtual seminar. If you cannot watch the live airing on August 20, you will be able to view it on demand in the AASP Webinar Archive approximately two weeks after it has aired.


In this webinar, the presenters will discuss the importance and evolution of cultural understandings in relation to sport and sport psychology. Emphasis will be placed on identifying challenges and discussing strategies so that sport psychology consultants will consistently and effectively support safety, personal development, and performance excellence in her/his practice.

Specifically, this webinar will cover:

  • The necessity for surrendering to honest and ongoing intra-personal reflection
  • Differences between Eurocentic and Ethnocentric perspectives
  • Experiences including micro-aggressions and stereotype threat
  • Issues related to sexuality including L-G-B-T-Q-I
  • Factors that influence, as well as impede, meaningful and satisfying interpersonal and consultation relationships


This program has been approved for 1.25 hours of CE to partially meet the 6-hour CE re-certification requirement for Certified Consultants (CC-AASP).


You can attend an AASP Webinar session right from your office or home. All you need is a telephone and a computer with a high-speed internet connection. The presentation's audio will be delivered over the telephone (toll-free) or through your computer. Registrants will be provided with call in/ login information and a web URL 2-3 days prior to the session. This information will give you access to the presentation right on the web in real time.


Carole Oglesby, Ph.D. has been in the professoriate for forty-five years; 27 of them at Temple University. She earned a PhD in Kinesiology at Purdue University in 1969 and a PhD in Counseling at Temple University in 1999. She was a department chair at Temple from 1992-1995 and at California State University, Northridge 2003-2009. Carole has published over 55 chapters, articles, essays, four books or monographs, and advised 49 successful PhD students at Temple University. She was Chair of the AASP Certification Committee and is AASP-CC and USOC Registry. She has been named a "Distinguished Alumnus" at both Purdue and Temple, and scholarships are awarded in her name at Temple University and within AASP.

William D. Parham, Ph.D., ABPP is a Professor and Director of the Counseling Program in the School of Education at Loyola Marymount University. He has devoted his professional career to educational, training, clinical, administrative, and organizational consultation venues. He is a licensed psychologist, Board Certified in Counseling Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) and Past-President of the Society of Counseling Psychology of the American Psychological Association where he also is recognized as a Fellow in Divisions 17, 45 and 47. Dr. Parham's emphasis on personal empowerment, discovering and cultivating innate talents, and looking for hidden opportunities in every situation represent trademark foci. The articles and book chapters he has authored during the course of his career and his participation on local, state, and national boards, committees, task forces, and positions of governance add to the visible ways in which he has tried to make a difference.


Best Practices in Supervision for Developing Competent Consultants
Speakers: Judy Van Raalte, Ph.D., CC-AASP, Springfield College & Artur Poczwardowski, Ph.D., CC-AASP, The University of Denver
July 2014

The Nuts and Bolts of Becoming a CC-AASP
Speakers: Bob Harmison, Ph.D., CC-AASP, James Madison University, Chair Certification Review Committee & Sarah Castillo, Ph. D., CC-AASP, National University
February 2014

Exercise Psychology In Practice: Using Sport & Exercise Psychology Skills and Training to Promote Physical Activity Across the Lifespan
Speakers: Joan Duda, Ph.D., CC-AASP, University of Birmingham & Sam Zizzi, Ph.D., CC-AASP, West Virginia University

February 2014

Performance Enhancement for College Athletes
Speakers: Ken Ravizza, Ph.D., CC-AASP, California State University, Fullerton & Nicki Moore, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
December 2013

Psychosocial Applications in Sport Injury Rehabilitation: An Evidence-Based Approach
Speakers: Britton Brewer, Ph.D., CC-AASP, Springfield College & Jordan Hamson-Utley, Ph.D., ATC, Weber State University
June 2013

Performance Psychology within the Military
Speakers: Dave Riccuti, Ed.D., CC-AASP, Special Operations Cognitive Enhancement & Performance (SOCEP), Shannon Baird, Ph.D., Comprehensive Solider & Family Fitness (CSF2), U.S. Military, & Ceci Clark, M.Sc., Special Operations Cognitive Enhancement & Performance (SOCEP)
April 2013

Starting and Sustaining Your Private Practice 
Speakers: Carrie Cheadle, M.A., CC-AASP, carriecheadle.com & Jack J. Lesyk, Ph.D., CC-AASP, Ohio Center for Sport Psychology
January 2013

Mental Preparation for the Olympic Games
Speakers: Daniel Gould, Ph.D., CC-AASP, Michigan State University & Sean McCann, Ph.D., CC-AASP, United States Olympic Committee 
August 2012

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