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The Clinical Consult is a podcast series that covers topics of direct clinical relevance to psychology practice. Listen to any podcast from our selection below. These episodes are intended for general information and discussion purposes only and do not provide formal recommendations or clinical advice.
This podcast series from the National Register highlights engaging conversations on topics of interest to health service psychologists, psychology doctoral students and trainees, behavioral health clinicians, and others.
David Drustrup—a PhD candidate in Counseling Psychology at the University of Iowa—discusses how white clinicians can address racism in clinical practice with white clients. He introduces a clinical process and model for identifying and addressing racism within the therapeutic context and what that can mean for training programs and broader impact on the profession.
David Drustrup is a PhD candidate in Counseling Psychology at the University of Iowa. His master’s degree was in Counseling at The Family Institute at Northwestern University. His clinical practice primarily utilizes psychodynamic approaches with feminist and liberation psychology foci. His primary research focus has been in racism and whiteness, and his forthcoming dissertation is on policing and safety.
Samuel Lustgarten, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and member of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. Over the last seven years, he has worked to examine the intersections between technology and psychology, publishing articles in American Psychologist, Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, and Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. Dr. Lustgarten continues to work closely with clients and associates in practice and advocate for training needs when implementing telepsychology. A former assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin (Madison), Sam and his spouse have relocated to Portland, OR, where he is involved in private practice and professional activities. As a professional consultant to the Register, he facilitates connection with Associates and explores ethical considerations for technology use in professional practice.