Healthy Minds Group, LLC has been approved by the National Board For Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6922. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Healthy Minds Group, LLC is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.
African American/Black Male Trauma 101: Culturally relevant frameworks for understanding the impact of trauma experienced by African American males
❖ Understanding trauma through an Africana Paradigm
❖ Understanding race-based schemas and connection to trauma
❖ Understanding the neurobiological impact when engaging issues of race and oppression
❖ The historic and current trauma experienced by African American/Black Males
❖ An Ecological system approach to trauma and the connection with systems of oppression affecting African American/Black males
❖ Culturally relevant healing techniques that incorporate “Trauma Informed” interventions
❖ Participants will increase their knowledge about Africana Paradigm and its utility in contextualizing the experience of African American/Black males
❖ Participants will develop three skills using a cultural framework to address the psychological impact of trauma
❖ Participants will be able to identify unconscious cultural responses to trauma
❖ Participants will increase their knowledge around the historic and current impact of systems of oppression and how it adds to trauma
❖ Participants will improve culturally specific skills to manage symptoms of trauma.
❖ Participants will develop skills to facilitate a healthy African American/Black Identity leading to a positive self-esteem/self-worth
❖ Participants will develop skills in the aiding African American/Black males in their healing
2. I See you
Content Developer and Speaker:
Andre Pruitt, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Empowerment Theory, and has been providing direct services for the past 16 years. He specializes in trauma in his private practice. Andre is currently a doctoral student focusing on how African Americans make meaning out of memory loss. Andre is also a research scientist regarding healthy aging African American community and the effects of Alzheimer’s, memory loss and dementia. Andre has provided diversity consultation and training for more than two decades. In Seattle and Portland, Andre has been a strong advocate for equitable health care for people living with HIV/AIDS focusing on ethnic communities, woman, gay and bisexual men.
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We reserve the right to cancel a Continuing Education Course and refund all fees in the event of insufficient registration. Participants who cancel their registration will receive a 90% refund when notice is given at least 7 days prior to the course date.
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