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    Helping New Parents Break Generational Patterns with Prisma Martinez, LMFT

    • Fri, August 11, 2023
    • 8:45 AM - 11:15 AM
    • Via Zoom - Attendees will receive the Zoom link via email


    (depends on selected options)

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

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    Zoom Chapter Meeting

          Helping New Parents Break Generational Patterns with Prisma Martinez, LMFT

    For many first-time parents, their mission in life is to be the best parent they can be to their baby. Yet, learned behaviors, thinking, and coping patterns may impact their ability to connect with their baby. Do you know if you have a first-time parent trying to break generational patterns in your therapy space? This workshop aims to introduce therapist to the common barriers first-time parents experience when trying to understand their intergenerational trauma and break generational patterns. A 3-step method: Recognize, Resilience, and Restore will be presented to therapist to help clients break generational patterns as they navigate and adjust to their new role as a parent. In addition, Latinx cultural considerations and strength-based interventions will be highlighted.

    Educational Learning Objectives


    1. Participants will be able to identify two common barriers to breaking generational patterns.

    2. Participants will learn three strategies to help clients identify intergenerational trauma and generational patterns.

    3. Participants will be able to apply a 3-step method to help first-time parents break generational patterns.


    Prisma Martinez is a First-Gen Mexican Psychotherapist, Workshop Facilitator, Speaker, and Professor from Los Angeles, California. Prisma is the CEO and founder of Prysmatic Family Therapy, Inc. Her clinical practice specializes in supporting teens and adults who are healing and growing from intergenerational trauma, navigating life transitions, and adjusting to new identity roles such as first-generation college student, young professional, and new parent. Prisma’s trauma informed services are geared towards providing a safe space for courageous conversations and profound healing. Breaking generational patterns is her mission, paving way for future generations to grow and thrive is her vision, and doing it one conversation at a time is the way she helps her community.

    Virtual Chapter Meetings Are Now FREE

    For LBSB CAMFT Members Who Pre-Register!

    Participants Will Receive 2 CEU's Via Email


    *Note: You must register for the event here and register to access zoom link

    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 Amber Tyner,

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