Connect with an ever-expanding circle of colleagues and gain access to a network that will help you elevate and improve in various sectors.
Gain exposure to clients, consulting firms, employers, publishers, and professional organizations in search of experienced consultants with diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives
Participate in opportunities to grow through learning circles, online communities, and annual conferences. Gain a source of personal and professional development.
Take advantage of peer consultations, mentor and sponsor relationship, and professional collaborations. Feel supported by our network of professionals.
Whether you are a B.A., M.A., ABD, or Ph.D., you’re invited to share and compare your experience and perspective with us during our Learning Circles conversations, held quarterly.
Join us to connect, engage in candid conversations, and ask for commitments of support from this growing professional community.
We dedicate a significant amount of our time learning from others and sharing with others. We also spend time trying to figure this out on our own. There is a limit to what we can do on our own, and perhaps no limit to what we can do together.
As Consulting Psychologists of Color we can do more for ourselves, for each other, and for our clients. A community of support already exists, and we can extend its reach, increase its impact, and build it to last. In the words of Langston Hughes, "we build our temples for tomorrow, strong as we know how..."
We are an ever-expanding circle of professional colleagues who work to develop individuals, leaders, teams, organizations and communities. We apply the science and practice of psychology and related disciplines, sharpened by a lens of recognizing, understanding and managing the dynamics of diversity, to be more effective consultants, making a difference.
In addition to actively participating in a range of other professional organizations and associations, we are committed to building a community of folks who share some common experiences as Persons of Color. We hope you will join us so we can grow together!