This webinar is free and open to the public.
Anxiety and depression has increased from 36% to 41% for Black Americans and from 28% to 34% for Asian Americans after the police killing of George Floyd.*
Systemic barriers disproportionately impact the mental health of minorities. In this webinar, participants will understand how systematic racism and oppression can impact mental health on a micro, mezzo, and macro level. Acquire coping resources to support your client’s ability to deal with the stress, anxiety, and overall emotional toll of racism. This webinar is eligible for 1 CE Credit.
Instructor: Erica Tumbaga, LCSW and Wendy Blanco, LCSW
In this webinar you will:
- Gain strategies to create a space for clients to discuss discrimination and racism
- Examine the negative impact of racism on the mental of health for people of color
- Understand the differences between Big T, Little T, and Vicarious Trauma
- Learn about colorism, microaggressions, and internalized messages
- Explore how adverse childhood experiences (ACES) impact people of color
Who should attend: Social workers, psychologists, counselors, marriage and family therapists, and other behavioral health professionals.
How to earn CE credit:
To earn 1 CE credit, participants must attend the live webinar or watch the recording, then register and successfully complete a multiple-choice assessment and evaluation to receive a certificate of completion. Learn More
CE Credit Registration Cost: $20
Please note the above webinar time is in Pacific Time