March 7 & 9, 2023
Presented by PMHP
Behavioral health professionals are trained to provide effective, informed, and compassionate services. However, in some circumstances, most have not been sufficiently educated on the impacts of racial discrimination, historical trauma, and systemic oppression, especially in the context of the weighty implications for clinical treatment. Additionally, traditional models of psychology have not acknowledged racism as a source of chronic stress and trauma. Through exploring current research and best practices for understanding cultural contexts, identifying implicit bias, and addressing racial trauma with clients, this training will support behavioral health practitioners in improving their scope of cultural competence.
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