Monday, November 1, 2021, at 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm PST. Live Webinar.
Engaging Families Impacted by Historical, Intergenerational, and Individual Trauma
Trauma in families is often assessed and viewed by their providers through a limited lens, often focusing on the individual trauma or intergenerational trauma. However, there is growing evidence of, and discussion about, the impact that historical and collective trauma has on individuals and families. Historical and collective trauma not only impacts the lives of individuals and families that we encounter in clinical practice, but entire groups of people. In this course, we will examine ways in which historical and collective trauma impacts family dynamics and relationships through increasing our critical consciousness while assessing and treating families in our clinical work.
- Participants will discuss ways in which intergenerational and historical/collective trauma impact communities, especially BIPOC communities.
- Participants will identify ways in which they can increase their critical consciousness while assessing and treating families in their clinical work.
- Participants will identify ways in which they can engage in treatment approaches that are culturally responsive and aligned with the concepts related to critical consciousness.
Jeanette Lopez-Urbina, LCSW, has worked in the mental health/social services field in various settings, including residential and community-based services, through services such as Wraparound, psychotherapy, and violence prevention work. Lopez-Urbina has worked extensively with youth and families, especially in the area of trauma, including supporting youth and families through issues, such as intergenerational trauma, immigration trauma, and issues related oppression, racism, and acculturation issues. Lopez-Urbina is a bilingual first-generation Salvadoran-American practitioner who enjoys practicing mostly from a social justice, relational, and psychodynamic approach. She currently holds a Private Practice in Berkeley and is part-time faculty at the Wright Institute’s Masters in Counseling Psychology Program.
Date & Time: Monday, November 1, 2021, from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm PST. Live Webinar.
Zoom invite will be sent out a few days prior to the course date.
Location: Virtual format—Zoom
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CE: 3 Credits. $10 additional fee for CE credits. Attendees must participate in live sessions to receive CE's. The Psychotherapy Institute is approved by the California Psychological Association to provide continuing professional education for psychologists, LMFTs, LCSWs, and LPCCs (provider number PSY005). The Psychotherapy Institute maintains responsibility for these programs and their content (see Registration and Course Policies).