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Fully Seen: Race Conscious Therapy for Asian Americans

Hosted by Asian American Center
at Fuller Pasadena (Room: Payton 101)
Open to the public

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Presented by Asian American Christian Counseling Services and the Asian American Center at Fuller 

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This 4-hour workshop will support the clinical development of therapists working with a primarily Asian American client base.  Presenters will discuss (1) the intersection of Christian identity and racialization and the impact this has on Asian American family life; (2) how structural racism impacts interpersonal relationships at home and at church; and (3) how fostering cultural humility allows the clinician to broach issues of race in the therapy room.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
-Participants will be able to describe how racialization and white normativity impacts the Asian American family.
-Participants will be able to explain how structural racism unfolds in interpersonal relationships.
-Participants will be able to practice clinical skills that welcome discussions of race and racial identity in the therapy room.

CEU (LCSW, LMFT, LPCC’s only)$139
Non-CEU:  $119
Student:  $65

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS: 4 CE hours available for LCSWs, LMFTs and LPCCs.

Registration deadline: 9/18/19, at midnight. No walk-in registration available.

September 21, 2019
8:30am—2:00pm
Fuller Pasadena (Room: Payton 101)
135 N Oakland Ave
Pasadena,, 91182
$65-139
Online registration is required