Multicultural Perspective of Trauma Treatment
Wednesday, Jan 1, 2020
8:30am – 4:30pm
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This course will extrapolate on the basics of multiculturalism and include the exploration of culture within various contexts. Attendees will gain insight into how influences from family, society, and the world affect the healing process. Patterns throughout history and systemic oppression will be addressed to include Adverse Childhood Experience (ACEs). Exposure to traumatic environments will also be evaluated to increase understanding and compassion when working with groups from areas of conflict. Using the Arizona Trauma Institute’s philosophy of healing, case conceptualization will be explored to improve the healer’s effectiveness in treatment.
Counselors • Social Workers • Psychologists • Case Managers • Addiction Counselors Therapists • Marriage & Family Therapists • Other Mental Health Professionals
- Participants will be able to define the benefits of being multi-culturally sensitive.
- Participants will be able to explore cultural assumptions for stigma and inequity.
- Participants will be able to understand and articulate the parallel concepts of multiculturalism and Trauma-Informed Care.
- Participants will be able to self-reflect on personal biases that may reduce multicultural sensitivity.
- Participants will be able to identify and distinguish between the prominent models of conceptualizing Multiculturalism.
- Participants will be able to identify and articulate specific action steps that can be taken by individuals and organizations to be more culturally sensitive.
Arizona Trauma Institute has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6677. CE Hours Awarded: 6
Credits listed below are for full attendance of the live training. Attendees will sign in upon arrival and after lunch. At the end of the training, attendees will be given an evaluation to complete. After completing the evaluation attendees will receive a certificate of completion for the training.
Arizona Trauma Institute does not issue partial certificates of completion.
NOTE: Credits do not include time for breaks or lunch.
CE Hours Awarded: 6
Training Presenter – Stacy Eggsware, MC, LPC
Stacy D’Lynn Eggsware, MC, LPC, helps people find hope. She received her Master degree in Community Counseling from the University of Phoenix and started her counseling practice in 2002. She began as a family therapist specializing in working with youth and families in low economic areas and great need. She counseled families involved with the juvenile justice system and helped them navigate and succeed under court ordered family therapies and child protective service investigations using an evidenced based practice of Functional Family Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She narrowed her focus for a few years on children ages birth to five, mostly in foster care placements, who had been the victim or witness to unspeakable trauma and violence. Ultimately she found herself in the Maricopa County System for the Seriously Mentally Ill specializing in the use of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to treat serious mental health conditions ranging from personality disorders, emotion and mood disorders, dissociation, addiction (eating disorder, substance abuse, gambling addiction, shoplifting), trauma, and grief/loss. She now has a private counseling practice near Metrocenter, in Phoenix; and is an Adjunct Faculty member at Glendale Community College in the Counseling Department.
Event LocationArizona Trauma Institute, 49 S. Sycamore #2
Mesa, AZ, 85202