CONTINUING EDUCATION WORKSHOP: Anti-oppressive Clinical Work with LGBTQ+ People of Color with Mental Health and/or Substance Misuse Concerns
ONLINE ONLY | REGISTRATION REQUIRED | 3 CE HOURS AVAILABLE FOR A FEE
About the Workshop
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) people of color (POC) experience elevated vulnerability to oppression based on their exposure to racism and cis-heterosexism, which contributes to unique mental health and substance misuse concerns. Using an intersectional framework, this 3-hour webinar led by Dr. Sara Matsuzaka (bio) is designed to provide participants with strategies for culturally sensitive clinical practice with LGBTQ+ POC with mental health and/or substance misuse concerns. Participants will be invited to explore how their own social positioning relates to dynamics of power and oppression within practice—an integral step to building an anti-racist, anti-cisheterosexist, and anti-oppressive practice.
For more information, including full presenter bio, workshop learning objectives, and descriptions for individual sessions, please see the registration page.
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