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99M6 Trauma Interventions for Diverse Populations: Key Skills for Clinical Practice

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Course Description

Explore the intersection between diversity and the experience of--and recovery from--psychological trauma. Using a clinician-friendly model for cultural competence, discuss factors related to the treatment of complex trauma for diverse populations. Address intake and assessment, client-therapist variables, intervention strategies, and mind-body and stage of change perspectives. Discuss adaptation of mainstream approaches and evidence-based practices in order to meet the needs of minority groups using a recently approved SAMHSA model of intervention for Latinas.

Sponsored by Portland State University.


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  99M6 - 007 Trauma Interventions for Diverse Populations: Key Skills for Clinical Practice | COUN      
  2017-2018 - Fall (2017)   Status:  Available
Number of Sessions: 1 Sessions
Contact Hours: 6.00
Course Fee(s):
Noncredit non-credit    151.00
Potential Discount(s):
Early Bird Discount
Group Discount
  0.6 CEUs
In Class:   Fri 8:30AM - 4:00PM
01 Dec 2017
Location:   Portland State University
Building: PSU TBA
Instructors: Fabiana Wallis
  Section Notes:  
  • Fee Note: $136 Noncredit if registered two weeks prior to the event.
  • Time Note: 8am check-in.