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    Applying Cultural Humility to Therapy

    • Fri, March 11, 2022
    • 8:45 AM - 11:15 AM
    • 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

    Registration is closed

    Zoom Chapter Meeting

    Applying Cultural Humility to Therapy

    with Lizette Lopez, LMFT



    In this interactive workshop, we will explore the power of privilege, the barriers to obtaining services, and the importance of creating a safe space where clients feel invited to talk about socioeconomic status, race and racial trauma, and stigmas related to cultural beliefs of obtaining treatment. Together we delve into our own racial identity and privilege to help us better navigate and acknowledge our clients' intersecting identities and furthermore, utilize the clients' intersectionality to help the client come to terms with generational trauma and create strength and empowerment through culture and identity.



    Educational Learning Objectives

    1) Identify 2-3 components of your own privilege  

    2) Learn key terms and how to apply them to your current practice

    3) Identify 3 components of creating a safe space that invites conversations about culture and trauma

    BIO:

    Lizette Lopez, LMFT runs a tele-health private practice with focus on accessibility, language, and trauma. Lizette is a USC alumna of the MFT program where she started the Spanish Clinical Skills Workshops helping to train other clinicians in providing therapy in Spanish. Lizette is on the board of the Long Beach South Bay CAMFT as Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Lizette will be a first time author as of Spring 2022 with the book release “Santiago’s Daughter: A Child of an Immigrant Raised in Mania, Poverty, and Depression.” Lizette is a certified mental health first aid facilitator helping to train adults to support youth through life's obstacles. Lizette is an adjunct professor at Hope International University teaching for the MFT graduate school program. Above all, Lizette is a dog mom and Dodger fan.



    Virtual 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

    9:10   A.M.      Presentation Begins

    11:10 A.M.      Presentation Ends


    For questions regarding CEU's contact Diane Bagatourian,

    Co-Director of Programs: programs1@lbsbcamft.org



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