Doris F. Chang is Director of Clinical Training and Associate Professor of Psychology at the New School for Social Research, and a research scientist at the Center of Excellence for Cultural Competence, New York State Psychiatric Institute. Her research seeks to improve the well-being of racial and ethnic minorities by a) clarifying the role of race, ethnicity, and culture in shaping interpersonal dynamics, b) identifying strategies for improving relational processes and outcomes in interracial and intercultural contexts, and c) developing inclusive, culturally-grounded interventions for clinical and educational contexts that integrate mindfulness and other contemplative tradi- tions. In 2018, she was awarded a grant from the Mind and Life Institute to develop and pilot a mindfulness-based critical consciousness training pro- gram for K-5 teachers in New York City. She is on the editorial boards of the Asian American Journal of Psychology, Psychotherapy Research, and Frontiers in Psychology (Cultural Psychology section). Dr. Chang is a re- cipient of The New School Award for Outstanding Achievements in Diver- sity and Social Justice Teaching and is a Fellow of the Asian American Psychological Association. A licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Chang also maintains a private practice in New York City. Dr. Chang was a keynote speaker at our 2018 New York Conference.
Updated October 2018