Promoting Self-Determination in Times of Crisis for Persons Who Experience IDD-MH

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Presenter: Richard Chapman, PhD, Assistant Director for disability leadership at the partnership for people with disabilities at Virginia Commonwealth University                                             

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Richard Chapman is a man with short dark hair

Richard Chapman is the associate director for disability leadership at the partnership for people with disabilities at Virginia Commonwealth University. He completed a postdoctoral research Fellowship at the University of Kansas in Lawrence Kansas studying self-determination intervention and assessment. He considers himself a disability studies scholar. He conducts research in the area of self-determination intervention and assessment in the psychotherapeutic context. He is a licensed mental health counselor in the state of Florida. He is also a certified rehabilitation counselor. He has a bachelors degree, master’s degree, and a PhD all from the University of South Florida in beautiful Tampa Florida. He currently lives in Richmond Virginia.                    

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