The Los Angeles County HIV Drug & Alcohol Task Force proudly presents:
Malt Liquor and Alco-Snacks: Targeting a Community
Dr. Didra BrownTaylor
November 14 2007 from 9:30am to 11:30am
there is free, ample parking in the lot and on the street
Didra BrownTaylor received her Ph.D. in Multicultural/Community-Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, CA. Dr. BrownTaylor has 15 years experience as a teacher and consultant in multicultural aspects of clinical and community research. She has conducted numerous workshops in measurement issues related to malt liquor beer consumption and is a published author. Dr. BrownTaylor's primary academic area of interest is culturally relevant research methodology. She is currently researching malt liquor beer drinking and negative outcomes among a community sample in South Central Los Angeles. Future studies include, alcohol drinking among incarcerated males and malt liquor drinking on college campuses. Dr. BrownTaylor is a NIH Health Disparities Research Fellow and a member of the Association of Black Psychologists.
To register for this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Agency (if any)
you do not have to be a service provider to attend this lecture. Anyone who is interested is welcome to attend. The cost is $5.
We provide CEUs for the following Certifying Bodies:
CAARR provider #5030; CAADAC provider #2S-88-167-0607; Board of Behavioral Sciences #PCE 1103
BRN/LVN/LPT provider #CEP 8093; CAADE provider #CP10775C1108; Breining Institute Registered Addiction Specialist #CEP0606070918-BHS-CW-EC.