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Continuing Education Program

Register Here!!!

Thursday, November 7, 2019

9:30am-1pm

 

Location

CCBC - Owings Mills Campus

Room 509

10300 Grand Central Ave

Owings Mills, MD 21117

 

Fees

$45/person Early Bird Registration

$60/person General Registration

 

Continuing Education Credit (PENDING)

3 CE Credits for Maryland Psychologists,

Professional Counselors and Therapists (Category A), Addiction Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists, and Social Workers (Category I)

Questions?

CE@myiHEAL.com or (410) 864-0211 ext. 4

 

Co-sponsored by

Continuing Education Policies and Procedures

At the Crossroads: 

Helping Patients Explore Race, Gender, & Sexuality

Individuals who experience oppression in multiple areas of their lives are seeking providers who understand the ways that systems and individual biases affect daily life. This workshop enhances our knowledge and awareness of various ways that multiply marginalized people can experience being in the world. This understanding increases our ability to see our clients in context, and allows us to come alongside them in healing and building resilience.

 

Workshop Level: Beginner to Intermediate

Prerequisites: None

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify at least three (3) gender identities and three (3) other identities an LGBTQ+ person can hold that increase marginalization. 

  • Analyze the ways that race, religion, sexuality, ability, size, gender identity, citizenship status, etc. can affect daily life due to systematic oppression and individual prejudice.

  • Evaluate research related to the impact of prejudice, discrimination, and/or oppression on clients.

  • Analyze at least one culturally relevant healing practice or strategy to offer clients using an affirming, anti-oppression framework.

Tavi Hawn, LCSW-C

Social Worker   |   Advocate   |  Trainer

Tavi Hawn is a licensed clinical social worker whose work has  included founding a  nonprofit summer camp for LGBTQ+ youth in North Carolina following anti-LGBTQ+ legislation and lobbying for the repeal of House Bill 2. Tavi also founded an LGBTQ+ healing center in Durham, NC and currently has a multi-racial group therapy and training practice in Baltimore, MD providing affirming LGBTQ+ care and healing from cultural trauma and oppression.

Tavi works as a contractor with Native American Lifelines and consult with Charm City Care Connection, a harm reduction center. The team and Tavi provide trainings and consultation for trans-affirmcare around the East Coast.

Tavi is a passionate speaker and advocate for inclusion of all genders, culture-affirming spaces, attitudes, treatment, and language.