Understanding and Addressing Racial Trauma: Annual Conference on Psychotherapy & Mental Health

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Explore how the mental health community can better prepare itself for helping clients with trauma and PTSD related to experiences involving racism and oppression

December 4, 2020 | 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. | Virtual Event | CEUs Available

Presented by Dr. Monnica Williams and Dr. Chad Wetterneck, this Canvas Health and Wilder Foundation 3rd Annual Conference on Psychotherapy and Mental Health will help participants to:

  • Define racial trauma and the cultural considerations in treating race-based PTSD.
  • Describe how racial trauma may develop and be maintained.
  • Utilize validated techniques to assess race-based stress and trauma.
  • Identify the various facets of racial trauma, including the experience of historical, cultural, and individual trauma.
  • Discuss the impact of racial trauma on the therapeutic relationship.

Agenda Topics: Understanding Racial Trauma, Assessing Racial Trauma, Racial & Ethnic Identity, Practice Using the UnRESTS, Treating Racial Trauma, Interactive Exercises, Personal Growth as a Therapist and Continued Learning.


Conference Cancellation Policy:
Registrations are transferable. We accept early cancellations via email: info@canvashealth.org. NOTE: No-shows and cancellation emails received after December 1, 2020 will result in billing of the full registration fee. For more information, or to register by phone, call (651) 251-5059.

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