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Sandra Mattar  |  Interests  |  Scholarship  

Education:

  • PsyD Clinical Psychology, Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, 1994

Presentations:

Selected Presentations

  • Mattar, S., Pole, N, & Reyes, G. (2009). Ethnocultural factors in trauma psychology: Addressing disparities in research, teaching and training. Chair: S. Mattar. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress S. Mattar, Sandra
  • Mattar, S., Alpert, J., Marotta, S. & Dass-Brailsford, P. (2009). Trauma courses: The time has come. Chair: S. Mattar. Symposium presented at the American Psychological Association Convention. Toronto, Canada. August 2009.. Mattar, Sandra
  • Mattar, S. (2009). The decontextualization of American psychology: Implications for trauma psychology. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Convention. Toronto, Canada. August 2009.. Mattar, Sandra
  • Mattar, S (2008). The challenges of infusing race and culture in trauma psychology courses. Institute for the Study of Race and Culture. Diversity Challenge. Boston College, MA.. Mattar, Sandra
  • Mattar, S. & Montenegro, H. (2008): Culture as resiliency in trauma. Institute for the Study of Race and Culture. Diversity Challenge. Boston College, MA.. Mattar, Sandra
  • Mattar, S., & Estrada, A. Evidence-based practice and culture: New paradigms in trauma research. American Psychological Association Convention. Panel Presentation. San Francisco, August, 2007.. Mattar, Sandra

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