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Anti-Racism Therapy: Moving Beyond Cultural Competence, 1.5 CEs, RPA Zoom event promoted by RECAMFT

  • 07/24/2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Zoom webinar

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Anti-Racism Therapy: Moving Beyond Cultural Competence

This event is sponsored by Redwood Psychological Association. We are promoting it for our members to take advantage of this unique training. 

Presenter: Thema Bryant-Davis, PhD

  • Date: Friday, July 24, 2020
  • Time: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm (please log in 10 minutes in advance)
  • Place: Online Webinar – Details at Registration
  • Fees: Members: $50, Non-Members: $60, Students: $15
  • PDF Flyer here

Registration: https://rpapsych.org/events/

This training reviews the constructs of cultural competence and cultural humility and extends to an understanding of anti-racism, decolonization, and liberation psychology. With attention to intersectionality, attendees discover ways that an anti-racist lens shapes assessment, intervention, and the personal, professional, and public lives of mental health professionals.

This 90-minute training is for beginner and advanced clinicians, as most training programs have not offered training in anti-racism therapeutic practice. The training will encompass both theory and practical application of anti-racism therapy.

The training also touches on sustainability, self-care, and community-care as the work of anti-racism is a lifelong commitment.

About Dr. Bryant-Davis

Thema Bryant-Davis, PhD is a licensed psychologist, professor of psychology at Pepperdine University, and director of the Culture and Trauma research lab. She is a past psychology representative to the United Nations and a past president of the Society for the Psychology of Women. Dr. Bryant-Davis has published and presented on the societal trauma of racism and anti-racism therapy. She is author of the book Thriving in the Wake of Trauma: A multicultural guide and co-editor of the book Womanist and Mujerista Psychologies. The California Psychological Association honored Dr. Bryant-Davis as Distinguished Scholar of the Year.

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Redwood Empire Chapter CAMFT is not responsible for the content of this training. 1.5 CEs will be provided by Redwood Psychological Association (RPA) upon successful completion of the course. Grievances should be directed to RPA's president.  

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