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    How to Talk About Race With Your Therapy Clients: Developing a more effective way of addressing race related issues with Stephanie Tam Rosas

    • Fri, September 10, 2021
    • 8:45 AM - 11:15 AM (PDT)
    • Via Zoom - Attendees receive Zoom link via email the night before and morning of the event

    Registration

    (depends on selected options)

    Base fee:
    • Free for all members who pre-register

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    Zoom Chapter Meeting

    How to Talk About Race With Your Therapy Clients: Developing a more effective way of addressing race related issues

    with Stephanie Tam Rosas

    HOW TO TALK ABOUT RACE WITH YOUR THERAPY CLIENTS - Developing a More Effective Way to Address Race-Related IssuesRace is a part of our identity that impacts our everyday experiences, and yet also a topic that can be difficult for many to discuss. In this interactive workshop, learn how to create a space where clients feel invited to talk about race, and how to engage in race conversations that feel honest and appropriate. Together we delve into your own racial identity, how it is impacted by/ creates impact on systems of privilege and oppression, and how to see your clients for their intersecting identities.


    Educational learning objectives 

    -Understand how your own intersectional identity impacts the power/privilege you experience
    -Cultivate a deeper understanding of race within a systems based context
    -Begin to create a space that invites conversations about race
    -Respond to 3 different scenarios of clients discussing race


    Stephanie Tam Rosas



    Stephanie Tam Rosas leads an education consulting agency called Schools for Social Justice. Her work is informed through her personal experiences and reflexivity around her own racial identity as a bi-racial (half Chinese, half White) woman and mother, and through her professional experience as an equity researcher and 10+ years of working with schools. She is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (#116439) and has primarily offered school-based counseling since 2014. She currently studies educational equity, systems of power, and youth engagement through a doctoral program in social psychology at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

    The book for the raffle is  Me and White Supremacy


    Meetings Are Now FREE

    For LBSB CAMFT Members Who Pre-Register!

    Participants Will Receive 2 CEU's Via Email


    8:45   A.M.      Breakout groups for networking

    9:00   A.M.      Announcements from President

    9:15   A.M.      Presentation Begins

    11:15 A.M.      Presentation Ends


    For questions regarding CEU's contact Diane Bagatourian,

    Co-Director of Programs: programs1@lbsbcamft.org



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