There are extensive disparities in access and quality of mental health care for historically marginalized communities due to past and current sociopolitical contexts that reinforce racism, heterosexism, cissexism, and ableism. This training provides an overview of key sociopolitical events that have impacted mental health care, current research on disparities in access and quality of mental health care, and the importance of attending to therapist identities, experiences, values, and biases.
Tuesday, March 14 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Registration is through the DBHIDS Learning Hub. CEUs are available. BHTEN is a co-sponsor of these workshops. Registration is available through the Learning Hub.
Registration link: https://learninghub.dbhids.org/bhten-marketplace/products/product-detail/intersectionality-in-therapy-attending-to-sociopolitical-contexts-and-therapist-positionality