Greg Shrader

Professor

Areas of Focus: Diversity & Multicultural Issues

Phone: 602-216-3162

Email: gshrader@argosy.edu

Degrees

  • Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, 1992
  • M.A., Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, 1989
  • B.A., Psychology, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 1983

Biography

Dr. Shrader is a graduate of the University of Arizona, and received his masters and doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in Los Angeles. He has worked in community mental health centers and college counseling centers, and was the Assistant Director & Interim Clinical Director of Counseling and Consultation at Arizona State University where he worked for many years prior to teaching full-time at Argosy University in 2006. Shrader has done extensive work locally, regionally, and nationally in HIV/AIDS. He has consulted with the Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS, and, as a licensed psychologist, maintains a private practice in Tempe, AZ, that focuses on individual and couples therapy and consultation. Shrader has been a long-time regional trainer for the American Psychological Association’s HIV Office for Psychology Education. He is a member of APA's Division 44 (Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity) Training and Education Committee.

Expertise

  • Diversity & Multicultural Issues
  • LGBT Issues & Development
  • Consultation & Supervision
  • Group Therapy, Couples Therapy

Memberships

  • Member, American Psychological Association, Division 44 Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Issues.

Professional Activities

  • Consultant & Presenter, Man 2 Man Sexual Health Seminars, Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS. 2004 to present
  • Regional Trainer, APA’s HIV Office for Psychology Education. 1994 to 2010
  • Faculty of the Year, Arizona Psychological Association. 2010
  • Certificate of Appreciation, APA’s Behavioral & Social Science Volunteer Program. 2009.
  • Baxter Award, Body Positive, Phoenix, AZ. 2007
  • McBride Award, Body Positive, Phoenix, AZ. 2005

Selected Publications

  • Peterson, S., Hutchings, P., Shrader, G. & Brake, K. (2011). Integrating health care: The clear advantage for underserved diverse populations. Psychological Services, 8(2), 69-81.

Selected Lectures

  • Shrader, G. (2007). "Multicultural supervision," keynote speech, Intern and Post-doctoral State Conference, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. Invited speech for all clinical psychology predoctoral interns, post-doctoral externs and their supervisors in the state of Arizona.

Selected Presentations

  • Davis, B., Howell, G., Ketchum, K. Rowe, J. Shrader, G. & Sprott, R. (2013). Symposium on LGBT Bullying. American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Melton, M., Nellis, A., Shrader, G. & Ways, S. (2013). Supervision and training of interpersonal competencies. Continuing education presentation for Annual Supervisor Gratitude Training, Argosy University, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Bustamante, A. & Shrader, G. (2013). Beyond Footnote 4: Social justice and ethical considerations of LGBT students and clients. Roundtable Difficult Dialogue, National Multicultural Summit, Houston, TX.
  • Shrader, G. (2011). Adolescent bullying: The preventable epidemic, part of a panel discussion for Diversity: Meeting the needs of Arizona clients, Minority Bar Convention, Phoenix, AZ. Sponsored by the Arizona Minority Bar Association.
  • Baca, L. & Shrader, G. (2011) Ethical issues in the treatment of cultural, sexual and gender minorities. Continuing education program. Arizona Psychological Association annual state conference, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Shrader, G. (2011). Ethical treatment of sexual minorities, Continuing education conference for supervisors of Argosy University students, Phoenix, AZ. Sponsored by Argosy University and the Training Institute.
  • Shrader, G. (2011). Diversity workshop, 3-hour training workshop in preparation for an accreditation site visit for the College of Dental Medicine, Midwestern University, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Shrader, G. (2011). “Back to the future: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender future challenges and resiliencies,” part of a panel discussion on Face of the Future diversity issues. National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology midwinter conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  • Shrader, G. (2010). “An integrated and culturally responsive HIV prevention & harm reduction psychoeducational program,” part of a panel discussion on integrated healthcare. National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology midwinter conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Shrader, G. (2009). “Ethical issues and HIV/AIDS.” American Psychological Association’s HIV Office for Psychology Education 2-hour continuing education training conference for supervisors of Argosy University students, Phoenix, AZ. Sponsored by the American Psychological Association, Argosy University and the Training Institute.
  • Shrader, G. (2008). “Multicultural competencies in clinical supervision: The process of multicultural supervision competence,” Continuing education conference for supervisors of Argosy University students, Phoenix, AZ. Sponsored by Argosy University and the Training Institute.
  • Baca, L. & Shrader, G. (2007). “Updates for Arizona psychologists providing supervision: Developing a diversity dialogue.” Continuing education conference for supervisors of Argosy University students, Phoenix, AZ. Sponsored by Argosy University and the Training Institute.
  • Shrader, G. (2007). “Multicultural supervision,” keynote speech, Intern and Post-doctoral State Conference, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. Invited speech for all clinical psychology predoctoral interns, post-doctoral externs and their supervisors in the state of Arizona.
  • Aidala, H & Shrader, G. (2005). “Understanding transgender student needs.” Transgender Awareness training, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

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