Most professionals feel comfortable dealing with a variety of issues that clients bring into treatment. They are trained to deal with intra-personal and inter-personal relationship dynamics, DSM-categorized disorders and much more. Many professionals, however, are much less comfortable about dealing with a client’s underlying bigotry, bias or isms (e.g., racism, sexism, ethno-centrism, heterosexism, etc.) that may be contributing to the challenges that a client is experiencing. This seminar will provide professionals with the necessary knowledge and skills to empathically, yet directly, address client bigotries, bias and isms in a clinical and group settings.
For more information Contact:
New Mexico Highlands University
Lou Ann Romero, Continuing Education
Lou Ann Romero
January 25, 2013
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Highlands at Santa Fe Community College,
10.00 per CEU
Checks payable to:
Highlands School of Social Work.
Please call or email to confirm
attendance. Space is limited!