BEING CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE IN URBAN SETTINGS:
A CONFERENCE FOR MENTAL HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS
Thursday, January 23—
Friday, January 24, 2014
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Episcopal Divinity School
99 Brattle Street (Harvard Square)
Register now—CEUs available
This conference will provide two days of training, resources and networking opportunities for mental health providers and others working with children and families in urban communities. The course is offered through a partnership with The Louis D. Brown Peace Institute, VISIONS, Inc., and the Boston Children’s Hospital Neighborhood Partnership Program. The Josephine & Louise Crane Foundation is sponsoring the conference.
Who should attend?
Social workers, psychologists, licensed mental health workers and others working in schools, health centers, the Department of Children and Families (DCF), the Department of Youth Service (DYS) and other community-based settings
- working with culturally diverse families
- understanding violence and the impact of trauma exposure
- coping with grief and loss
- self-care for providers
Click here to enroll: http://visions-inc.org/event-registration/?ee=15.
The course fee is $125 for two days; registration is limited to 250.
Please contact CHNP@childrens.harvard.edu for information on the conference and CEU accreditation.