Dr. Nathalie Edmond “Racial Trauma and Antiracism in the Therapy Room”

This workshop will explore the legacy of the racial hierarchy in the U.S. and practices for developing an anti-racism perspective in clinical and personal life.  We will explore concepts such as white privilege, implicit bias and more subtle forms of … Continue reading

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$20.00 – $125.00
Smulin Health Education Center, 2825 E. Barnett Rd.
Medford, OR 97504 United States
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MHREN 2023 Workshops

We are pleased to announce we will be hosting Dr. Nathalie Edmond on Friday, October 13, 2023 for a training titled “Racial Trauma and Antiracism in the Therapy Room”. This training will provide 6 Cultural Competency CEUs. It will take place in person at the Smulin Health Education Center in Medford, OR.

To register and learn more about Dr. Edmond’s training “Racial Trauma and Antiracism in the Therapy Room”, please click here.