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Goh presents keynote address and workshop in Japan

Michael GohMichael Goh, educational psychology associate professor, was the invited keynote speaker for the 29th Annual Conference of the Japanese Association for Humanistic Psychology (JAHP) in Kumamoto, Japan, last month. JAHP is the largest association of clinical psychologists in Japan. His presentation was titled: "In Search of Mastery and Cultural Competence in Psychological Practice. Goh also presented a one-day workshop titled: "Cultural Intelligence and Intercultural Sensitivity: Skills for Psychotherapy and Education". The Japanese interpreter for the keynote and the workshop was Tatsuya Hirai (Educational Psychology/CSPP alum), who is currently a professor at Kyushu Sangyo University in Fukuoka, Japan.

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