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Understanding the Intersectionality of Trauma and Suicide in African Americans

$65.00

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Understanding the Intersectionality of Trauma and Suicide in African Americans is a professional development workshop for LPCs, ALCs, Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, School Counselors, and other Social Service Providers. Providing 4.5 NBCC approved contact hours, 4.5 Social Work CEUs approved contact hours.

Workshop Objectives:

  • Provide updated knowledge and statistics in trauma and suicide in African Americans
  • Address critical areas in cultural competency
  • Research needs and service gaps
  • Improve clinical assessment skills relative to traumatized clients of African Descent
  • Enhance clinical skills in the assessment of African American clients presenting with suicidal ideations as well as victims of trauma
  • Assist in skill building with respect to more comprehensive and relevant treatment planning

Friday September 6, 2019

8:30 AM – 2:00 PM CDT 

Western Health Center 631 Bessemer Super Highway Midfield, AL 35228

No Refunds 

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Community Healing From the Effects of Generational Trauma

$15.00

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Personal and Community Healing From the Effects of Generational Trauma: From the Slave Ship to the Boardroom to the Prison Cell and Everything in Between


Moderator: Dr. Artie C. Nelson

Speaker: Dr. Patricia A. Newton


MEET AND GREET: 6:00 PM -7:00 PM

EVENT: 7:00 PM -8:30 PM


LOFT ART GALLERY AND EVENT STUDIO

215 19TH STREET NORTH BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA 35203

STOP THE STIGMA, ADDRESS THE STRESS

A Discussion Series Facilitated by Men of Color Experts, Professionals, and the Community coming together to address concerns of Anger, Stress, Racial Trauma, Grief and Suicide experienced by Men of Color    

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