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Motulsky, S.L. (in press). Feminist Perspectives. In P. McIlveen, (Ed.), Radical Methods for Social Constructionism in Vocational Psychology and Career Development, Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
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Presenter with Sidney Trantham, Winter Roundtable for Multicultural Education and Psychology, New York City, NY, February, 2017: “You, me & us: Identity conversations about privilege and oppression” and “The gender identity knapsack: Transphobia and cisgender privilege.”
Symposium chair and presenter, Society for Qualitative Inquiry in Psychology, New York City, May, 2017: “Challenges and innovation in teaching qualitative research in psychology”
Symposium chair and presenter, Society for Vocational Psychology, APA, Tallahassee, FL: “Integration of social justice in vocational/career counseling courses in counseling psychology,” May, 2016. Panel with Nadya Fouad and Saba Ali.
Co-presenter with Jo Ann Gammel, New Perspectives in Mentoring, Mentoring Institute, Albuquerque, NM, October, 2015: “Relational Mentoring: What We Know about Relational Mentoring & Challenges to Adopting It as an Advising Model.”
Presenter, American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada, August 2015: “Career Transitions in Midlife: Obstacles and Supports: Factors Influencing Movement Through Career Transition.” Panel with Marie Shoffner, Nadya Fouad, Jane Swanson, & David Blustein.
Presenter, American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada, August 2015: “Recommendations for Designing and Reviewing Qualitative Research from the SQIP Task Force.” Panel with Heidi Levitt, Ruthellen Josselson, & Fred Wertz.
Presenter and panelist, Society for Qualitative Inquiry in Psychology, New York City,
May, 2015:“Recommendations for Designing and Reviewing Qualitative Research: Promoting Methodological Integrity.” Presented and discussed topic of “Challenges of and Responses to Qualitative Research Reviewers, Editors, and Authors.”
Co-Presenter with Emily Frank, National Career Development Global Conference, Denver, CO, June, 2015: “Career counseling for transgender clients: Reimagining life & career possibilities.”
Symposium chair, Society for Vocational Psychology, APA, Coimbra, Portugal, July, 2014: “Work, education, and relationships in transition: Research on work-related transitions in midlife adults.”
Presenter, Society for Vocational Psychology, APA, Coimbra, Portugal, July, 2014: “Research findings from qualitative studies of midlife women’s career-related transitions in the US.”
Presenter, IAEVG (International Association of Education and Vocational Guidance), Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, June 4-6, 2014. “Transforming individuals and communities through social justice: Directions in career practice and counselor education.”
Chair and Presenter, with Mark Pope, Barry Chung, and Michael Mobley, National Career Development Association, Boston, MA, 2013: “Critical analyses and innovative thoughts on career services and advocacy for LGBT persons.” Featured Presentation, Centennial Conference.
Presenter, National Career Development Association, Boston, MA, 2013: “The process of transition: Relational and psychological counseling approaches to career transition.”
Presenter, with Susan Gere, Sidney Trantham, & Rakhshanda Saleem, Winter Roundtable for Multicultural Psychology and Education, Columbia University, New York City, NY, February, 2013: “Multiculturalism and Social Justice in Counselor Education: An Integrative Approach Across the Curriculum.”
Chair and presenter, with Amy Mazur, National Career Development Association, Atlanta, GA, 2012: “From multiculturalism to social justice: Future directions in counselor education and career practice.”
Chair and Presenter, with Barry Chung and Franco Dispenza, National Career Development Association, Atlanta, GA, 2012: “Adding the “T” in GLBT: Understanding career and work-related issues of transgendered people.”
Presenter, National Career Development Association, Atlanta, GA, 2012: “Relational approaches to career transition: Connections and disconnections in a process of change.” D.L. Blustein, Chair, Relational Approaches to Career Development: New Approaches for a New Era.
Presenter, American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, 2011: “Identity and revision within a career transition for midlife women.” Paper presented in M. S. Hammond (Chair) Symposium, Women in transition: A feminist approach to career and relational identity.
Presenter, National Career Development Association, San Francisco, CA, 2010: “Beyond parents and partners: Relational influences on career decision-making across a range of relationships.”