My research program is comprised of three interrelated areas: Career Psychology, Consultation, Social Justice Theory and Pedagogy, Feminist/Multicultural Counselling Psychology and International Psychology. Within each of these areas I examine issues related to social justice and oppression with special attention given to diversity such as; immigration, nationality, ethnicity, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, language and social class.
2010 Oliva Espin Award for Social Justice Concerns in Feminist Psychology: Immigration and Gender, Association for Women in Psychology
Sinacore, A.L. (2011, November). Utilizing international, multicultural and social justice perspectives in developing gender equity educational initiatives. Presentation at the International Conference on the Comparison and Development of Gender Equity Initiatives, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan.
Sinacore, A.L. (2011, June). Looking toward the future: The outcomes and next steps resulting from the Inaugural Canadian Counselling Psychology Conference. Invited keynote address: Section for Counselling Psychology. Presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Sinacore, A.L. (2011, March). Identity, intersectionality and feminist theory – influences on women’s health research agenda. Invited keynote address: Symposium at the Center for Women's Health Studies and Promotion, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel.
Sinacore, A.L. (2010, June). Accreditation and internships: Developing the infrastructure of Canadian Counselling Psychology. Keynote chair and invited address: Section for Counselling Psychology. Presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Sinacore, A.L. (2010, February). The face of global migration: Giving voice to the immigrant experience. Oliva Espin Award Presentation, 35th Annual Conference of the Women in Psychology, Portland, Oregon, USA.