OEMA Brochures and Handbooks
Resources for practitioners and researchers seeking ethnic minority-related information on accreditation, best practices for psychological treatment of ethnic minority populations and more:
Diversity and Accreditation (print version: $2.00)
Questions and actions program chairs and directors of clinical, counseling and school psychology programs should consider when addressing the degree to which their program complies with accreditation Domain D: Cultural and individual differences and diversity. 1997. The first five copies are free.
How to Recruit and Hire Ethnic Minority Faculty (print version: $2.00)
In this booklet, the APA Commission on Ethnic Minority Recruitment, Retention and Training in Psychology (CEMRRAT) outlines key considerations and strategies for aggressive recruitment and hiring of ethnic minority persons into faculty positions. The first five copies are free.
Handbook for Increasing Ethnic Minority Participation in State Psychological Associations and APA Divisions (free)
The purpose of this handbook is to encourage the creativity and goodwill that must accompany any effort to increase ethnic minority representation and participation.
Annotated Bibliography of Psychology and Racism
Abstracts of over 100 of the papers presented at the 1997 Public Interest Mini-convention on Psychology and Racism at the APA Annual Meeting in Chicago. The first copy is free. (print version: $5.00)
Surviving and Thriving in Academia (sold out)
Discusses critical incidents and decisions that may confront women and ethnic minorities as they enter and progress through the academic pipeline. A wonderful resource for early career academics. Developed jointly by the APA Commission on Ethnic Minority Recruitment, Retention and Training in Psychology, and the APA Committee on Women in Psychology. 1998. The document is available online only.
Valuing Diversity in Faculty: A Guide (print version: $2.00)
This booklet, prepared by the APA Commission on Ethnic Minority Recruitment, Retention and Training in Psychology (CEMRRAT), discusses various issues related to the promotion of cultural diversity among faculty and departments of psychology. The first five copies are free.
Psychological Treatment of Ethnic Minority Populations (PDF, 612KB)(print version: $5.00)
This brochure was developed to empower ethnic minority consumers of psychological services and to inform psychological researchers and trainers as well as funders and providers of psychological services. The first copy is free to APA members.