Jan 23 and Jan 30, 2021
10am – 1pm
Trainers: Dr. Mary Hinson & Tanisha James, LCSW, LCASA
Cost: $225 (Early Bird: $200)
Student: $175 (Early Bird: $150)
International (outside US): $166 (Early Bird: $148)
Equity Rate: click for information
Early Bird Deadline: December 13, 2020
Being open and committed to supporting minority clients will likely result in some missteps. In turn, minority clients are often hesitant to be transparent with clinicians in sharing that an encounter has made them uncomfortable. It is up to counselors to hold this space for clients to voice any thoughts and concerns. This two-part presentation will explore common missteps in the counseling process with minority clients, and how to address and repair those relationships. The concepts of cultural humility and affirmation will be defined and practiced by participants. The presenters will also discuss how to create a more inclusive practice or supervision space, and practical EFT interventions addressing racial trauma. A resource list will be provided for participants.
- Explore the concepts of cultural humility and cultural affirmation
- Identification of common cultural faux pas and consequences of racial blindness
- Improve broaching skills with clients
- Practical EFT interventions for clients experiencing racial trauma and microaggressions
- Strategies for intentionally establishing a more inclusive practice
Tanisha James, LCSW, LCASA has received advanced training in Emotionally Focused Therapy since 2016. She has more than 15 years of experience in direct practice with children and adults and with supervising and managing clinical teams and programs. She is currently an Adjunct Faculty Member at Fayetteville State University and enjoys teaching the next generation of social workers. Clinical practice interests include couples counseling, trauma, ethics, and clinical supervision for LCSWAs and LCMHAs. Tanisha serves as co-chair of the Strategic Planning & Diversity Committee for the Carolina Center for EFT and has presented at conferences nationally.
Dr. Mary Hinson has counseling experience that exceeds a decade and half of individual, group, family counseling and is certified in custody mediation. Populations served include early adolescent through adulthood in a variety of therapeutic settings, to include private practice, community settings, military installations, government and intensive in-home programs. She is a core faculty member at Walden University with research focusing on social justice advocacy work among practicing counselors. She has also published in the Counselor Education and Supervision Journal and presented at conferences nationally.
Both of the trainers have trained extensively in Emotionally Focused Therapy, including EFIT.
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Diversity/Inclusion scholarships are being offered as a statement that BLACK LIVES MATTER! We want to address the unconscious, systemic racism that has resulted in a lack of diversity in EFT training. The equity rate is designed to encourage participation from people from underrepresented groups, whose presence will enrich the training experience for everyone. If you can benefit from the equity rate pricing and identify with one of the following categories, please come and participate in the upcoming EFT training course. The categories are: 1) Those who identify with an underrepresented group such as, but not excluded to, Black Therapists and 2) those who work with historically marginalized communities.
The equity pricing is available based on your need, and an application is not required. You are invited to choose the rate/quantity that best meets your need. Please indicate what multiple of $25 you can pay. If you have any questions, please contact Debra Wright or Steve Wampler.