Uncovering and Addressing Racial Trauma with Dr. Kenneth Hardy
March 8 @ 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
General Admission $33.46 (includes CEs)
This event is open to both SFCAMFT members and non-members. Pre-registration is required by Wednesday March, 4th 2020. The workshop is designed for mental health professionals and provides 3 CEs for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs (registration and two 15 minute breaks will not be counted toward CEs).
Kenneth V. Hardy, Ph.D., Presenter
Dr. Kenneth V. Hardy is Director of the Eikenberg Institute for Relationships in New York, New York. Dr. Hardy presents workshops and provides consultations nationally and internationally on issues of diversity, multiculturalism, and cultural competency. Dr. Hardy has published extensively in the area of diversity and has earned considerable public acclaim for the contributions of his numerous publications and videos including Psychological Residuals of Slavery and the Experts series which have made great strides toward challenging our society to think critically about issues of diversity and oppression. His recent book, with Tracey A. Laszloffy, is Teens Who Hurt: Clinical Interventions to Break the Cycle of Adolescent Violence. He was co-editor with Monica McGoldrick of Re-Visioning Family Therapy: Race, Culture, and Gender in Clinical Practice (2nd Edition).
Racial trauma is an inescapable by-product of persistent exposure to repressive circumstances that emotionally, psychologically, and physically devastates one’s sense of self while simultaneously depleting one’s strategies for coping. It is a life altering and debilitating experience that affects countless numbers of people of color over multiple generations. Unfortunately, the failure to consider the interrelationship between racial oppression and trauma limits our ability to work effectively with the People of Color who live in the midst of sociocultural conditions that are injurious to their psyches and souls. Even when clinical work is trauma informed, it rarely devotes adequate attention to racial oppression and the pervasive trauma associated with it.
This address will provide a comprehensive overview of the anatomy of racial trauma and the debilitating hidden wounds associated with it. Special attention will be devoted to highlighting trauma informed interventions and strategies that centralize race and racial oppression in every facet of the professional relationship. Issues of racial micro-aggressions and implicit bias will be discussed.
12:30-12:59pm: Registration and networking
1pm – 4:30pm: Training (with two 15 minute breaks)
After attending this workshop participants will be able to:
1. Apply a racially sensitive, trauma-informed framework to uncover the hidden trauma wounds that often underpin the health disparities that stifle the lives of African Americans and other racially oppressed populations;
2. Effectively assess and address the hidden wounds of racial trauma;
3. List three strategies that workers can employ when working from an racially-sensitive, trauma-informed framework; and
4. Demonstrate how the unrecognized, unexplored, and/or unresolved racially-based attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors of providers and other work personnel can often impede efforts to fully engage and serve racially
traumatized clients effectively.
Can I just show up and register the day of the event?
No. Pre-registration via Eventbrite is required by Wednesday, March 4th, 2020.
How do I get CEs for this event?
General Admission includes 3 CEs. Course Completion certificates will be awarded at the end of the course in exchange for a completed evaluation form. To qualify for CE credit, you must arrive on time, sign in at the CE table, stay until the end of the program, turn in the evaluation and pick up your certificate.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Please see the Google map below for directions. Please see the JCC website information on parking:
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
For any questions, concerns, disability accommodations, or grievances related to programming, please contact the Programming Chair, Camille Campbell, LMFT by phone at (415) 906-4083 or via email at email@example.com.
Any disabled person who may require accommodations to participate in our trainings or special events is asked to please contact the organizer at least 3 days in advance.
What’s the refund policy?
All fees are paid to SFCAMFT and are non-refundable.
What can I bring into the event?
We encourage you to wear layers of clothing as the room temperature may vary. You may want to bring water and a snack to consume during the two 15 minute breaks as restuarants and cafes are a 5 -10 minute walk away.
SFCAMFT (CEU provider #62283) IS APPROVED BY THE CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPISTS TO SPONSOR CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR LMFT’S, LCSW’S, LPCC’S AND LEP’S. SFCAMFT MAINTAINS RESPONSIBILI