• Lightsey, O. R., Ervin, A., Rarey, E. B., Daigle, R.P., McGhee, R.A., Wright, K., Gharibian Gharghani, G., & Constantin, D. (2012). Self-efficacy for affect expression and regulation predicts psychological well-being and buffers the trait negative affect—well-being relationship. Poster Presented at the 120th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Orlando, FL.
  • Ingram, C., Murray, A., Wright, K., Lightsey, O., Ervin, A., Voss, J., McGhee, R., Allen, Br. & Gharibian Gharghani, G.. (2012). Do negative automatic thoughts predict trait negative affect? Poster Presented at the 120th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Orlando, FL.
  • Ervin, A. & Bartoli, E. (2012). Connecting with clients of color: The ethics of white anti-racist work in clinical practice. 3-hour workshop presented at the Pennsylvania Psychological Association Harrisburg, PA. (3.0 CE credits for psychologists).
  • Ervin, A. (2012). Multiculturally competent leadership: Overcoming individual and organizational microaggressions. 3-hour workshop presented at the Pennsylvania Psychological Association Harrisburg, PA. (3.0 CE credits for psychologists).
  • Ervin, A., Boyer, C., Krier, B., Shunkwiler, J., Rosenthal, M. & Wakefield, W. (2012). Hearing our voices: Using the empowerment process model to advance social justice initiatives on campus & beyond. Roundtable discussion presented at the Association for Women in Psychology, Palm Springs, CA.
  • Ervin, A. (2012). Addressing students sexist, racist or heterosexist microaggressions in the classroom: Strategies, struggles & support. Roundtable discussion to be presented at the Association for Women in Psychology conference, Palm Springs, CA.
  • Nabors, N., Shulman, J., Ervin, A., O’Shaugnessy, T., Sehgal, R., LaFleur, R., McCloskey, K., & Dean, C. (2012). Association for Women in Psychology examines itself. Roundtable discussion presented at the Association for Women in Psychology conference, Palm Springs, CA.
  • Lightsey, O. R., McGhee, R., Ervin, A., Wright, K., Daigle, R., Constantin, D., Gharghani, G. Rarey, E. & Powell, K. (2011). Can positive thinking reduce negative affect? Longitudinal replication and extension. Poster Presented at the 119th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, DC.
  • Lightsey, O. R., McGhee, R., Ervin, A., Wright, K., Daigle, R., Constantin, D., Gharghani, G. Rarey, E. & Powell, K. (2011). Does self-efficacy for affect regulation moderate the negative affect-life satisfaction relationship? A longitudinal replication and extension. Poster Presented at the 119th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, DC.
  • Ervin, A. (2011). Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning youth. Workshop presented at the Networking for Youth Conference, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A. (2011). Psychologist know thyself: Furthering multicultural competence. 3 hour workshop presented at the Pennsylvania Psychological Association Annual Convention, Harrisburg, PA. (3.0 CE credits for psychologists).
  • Ervin, A. (2011). The invisible color of privilege: What it means to be white. 1 hour workshop presented at the Bucks County Diversity Conference, Doylestown, PA. (1.0 CE credits for psychologists.)
  • Ervin, A. (2011). Microaggressions: Practical strategies for preventing and responding to bias. 1 hour workshop presented at the Bucks County Diversity Conference, Doylestown, PA. (1.0 CE credits for psychologists.)
  • Ervin, A. (2011). Encouraging diversity in leadership. Workshop presented at the Pennsylvania Psychological Association Leadership Academy, Harrisburg, PA. (1.5 CE credits for psychologists).
  • Ervin, A. (2011). Normalizing abnormal: Feminist approaches to teaching courses in psychopathology. Roundtable discussion presented at the Association for Women in Psychology, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Ervin, A., Mullen, N., Boyer, C. Colacino, M., & Finor, J. (2011). Facilitating campus change via multicultural courses: Feminist approaches to social action. Roundtable discussion presented at the Association for Women in Psychology, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Ervin, A., Braskamp, L., Zoll, M. & Crisler, S. (2011) Transforming students from travelers to global citizens. Panel discussion presented at Student Affairs Administrators in Education (NASPA), Philadelphia, PA.
  • Ervin, A. & Braskamp, L. (2011). Assessing student global holistic development at third party centers. Roundtable discussion presented at The Forum on Global Education, Boston, MA.
  • Ervin, A., Braskamp, L., & Zoll, M. (2011). The global perspectives inventory: Transforming students from travelers to global citizens. Panel discussion presented at College Student Educators International (ACPA), Baltimore, MD.
  • Ervin, A. (2010). Psychologist know thyself: Furthering multicultural competence. 3 hour workshop presented at the Pennsylvania Psychological Association Continuing Education & Ethics Conference, Exton, PA. (3.0 CE credits for psychologists).
  • Ervin, A. (2010). Teaching multicultural counseling through a feminist lens: Practical strategies to deepen tough dialogues. Structured discussion presented at the 35th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Portland, OR.
  • Ervin, A., Shulman, J. & Knickmeyer, N. (2010). Feminist approaches to teaching psychological assessment: Assignments and activities for the classroom. Structured discussion presented at the 35th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Portland, OR.
  • Ervin, A. (2009). Feminist pedagogy and student centered learning: Practical strategies for working with the millennial generation. Structured discussion presented at the 34th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Newport, RI.
  • Ervin, A., Knickmeyer, N., & Shulman, J. (2009). Not preaching to the choir: How to engage in feminist consciousness-raising with resistant and/or conservative college students. Structured discussion presented at the 34th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Newport, RI.
  • Ervin, A. Burke, M. & Shulman, J. (2008). Getting students excited about activism: Strategies for the classroom. Structured discussion presented at the 33rd Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, San Diego, CA.
  • Ervin, A., Knickmeyer, N., Burke, M. & Shulman, J. (2007). When the line isn’t so black and white: Feminist approaches to negotiating boundaries in academia. Structured discussion presented at the 32nd Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  • Ervin, A., Shulman, J., Burke, M, & Knickmeyer, N. (2006). Do as I do and as I say: Feminist pedagogy in the 21st Century. Structured discussion presented at the 31st Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Ervin, A., Burke, M., & Shulman, J. (2005). Trafficking in persons: Information and advocacy. Workshop presented at the 30th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Tampa, FL.
  • Ervin, A. & Sawyer-Harmon, C. (2004). Graduate school in your twenties: Psychological and biological changes. Workshop presented at the 2nd Annual National McNair Scholars Research Conference, Newark, DE.
  • Ervin, A., Burke, M., Shulman, J., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., & Knickmeyer, N. (2004). Managing the transition: Struggles and support for new feminist professionals. Panelist for symposium at the 29th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Ervin, A. (2003). Male gender role conflict and internalized homonegativity: The impact on gay men’s psychological well-being. Poster presented at the 111th Annual American Psychological Convention, Toronto, Canada.
  • Hamilton, S., Ervin, A., Horne, S., Houts, C., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Smith, B., Wonch, W., Manley, E., & Mosher, C. (2003). Mental health and spirituality in GLBT individuals. Poster presented at the 111th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, Canada.
  • Hamilton, S., Ervin, A., Horne, S., Houts, C., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Smith, B., Wonch, W., Manley, E., & Mosher, C. (2003). GLBT youth suicide in the south: What matters. Poster presented at the 111th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, Canada.
  • Ervin, A., Shulman, J., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Horne, S., Houts, C., Hamilton, S., Smith, B., Manley, E., Mosher, C., & Wonch, W. (2003). Psychological well-being,internalized homonegativity, and sexual satisfaction: An examination of lesbian and bisexual women. Poster presented at the 28th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Jersey City, NJ.
  • Mosher, C., Hamilton, S., Ervin, A., Horne, S., Houts, C., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Smith, B., Manley, E., & Wonch, W. (2003). Crisis intervention for GLBT youth. Workshop presented at the National Crisis Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Hamilton, S., Ervin, A., Horne, S., Houts, C., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Smith, B., Wonch, W., Manley, E., & Mosher, C. (2003). GLBT youth suicide. Poster presented at the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Ervin, A., & Lease, S. (2002). Male gender role conflict: African American and European American males. Poster presented at the 110th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
  • Ervin, A., Shulman, J., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Manely, E., Mosher, C., Hamilton, S., & Houts, C. (2002). Trauma and resiliency in gay, lesbian, and bisexual adolescents. Poster presented at the 110th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
  • Shulman, J., Noffsinger Frazier, N., Detrie, P., Horne, S., & Ervin, A. (2002). When family isn’t friendly: The impact of verbal harassment on gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth. Poster presented at the 110th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
  • Ervin, A., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., & Shulman, J. (2002). Ambivalent sexism in the south: A multicultural exploration. Poster presented at the 27th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • Ervin, A., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Mosher, C., Manley, E., Hamilton, S., & Horne, S. (2002). Counseling gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered individuals: Interventions and techniques. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Tennessee Psychological Association, Nashville, TN.
  • Ervin, A., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Manley, E., Mosher, C., Hamilton, S., Smith, B., Houts, C., & Horne, S. (2002). Counseling lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered adolescents. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Tennessee Counseling Association, Memphis, TN.
  • Ervin, A., Shulman, J., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Knickmeyer, N., Horne, S., & Frances-Fischer, J. (2001). Ambivalent sexism: An examination of African American and European American males in the southern United States. Paper presented at the Fourth International Workshop: Women in the 21st Century, Havana, Cuba.
  • Ervin, A., Shulman, J., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Knickmeyer, N., Horne, S., & Frances-Fischer, J. (2001). Feminist resistance in the academe: Lessons in challenging the masculinist status quo. Discussion presented at the Fourth International Workshop: Women in the 21st Century, Havana, Cuba.
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