The session in which we talk to Kevin Moore, Psy.D about his work with comprehensive service delivery to underserved and vulnerable populations. Dr. Moore established the Center for Integrative Care at the AIDS Care Group where he served as Director for over 7 years. He also teaches Poverty Medicine at The Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology at Widener University and plans to establish a new clinic, where he will continue to work towards improving integrated care for people with HIV/AIDS, opioid addiction, and other underserved vulnerable populations.
The session in which we talk to Meghan Ryan, the program coordinator at The Monkey and the Elephant Cafe – Philly’s first and only non-profit coffee shop employing former foster youth. In addition to the great work that goes on at the cafe, the coffee is locally and ethically sourced… and delicious.
The session in which we discuss what it means to be a socialist feminist with Zoë Naseef. Zoë earned a BFA in photojournalism and simultaneously majored in Women and Gender studies. She is currently a writer and web editor for BUST magazine and a co-host on the well-regarded feminist podcast Season of the B.
The session in which we interview psychologist Sherry Pomerantz, Ph.D. about her expertise in helping parents to deal with their children as emerging adults. Dr. Pomerantz works with parents and families to navigate the challenges inherent in the transition to adulthood.