August 26, 2016
Presented by Presented by Jane Snowden, LCSW
Eighty-five percent of African Americans reported being stopped at least once in their lifetime and 78% had no history of criminal activity per a study published in the American Journal of Public Health. The recent shootings of African American men have impact people of color both at work and in the mental health community. Unfortunately, the violence witnessed towards people of color has increased fear, anxiety and trauma symptoms in many African American. Some mental health professionals have coined the term “Racial Trauma”. Join us as we explore the meaning of Racial Trauma, review the symptoms and discuss the methods to address these concerns in the workplace and in counseling.
Jane L. Snowden Galvin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has extensive experience in a wide variety of clinical settings, including inpatient acute care, residential treatment, psychiatric locked door ward and outpatient treatment. Jane currently serves as Vice President of Client Services for The Holman Group. She has been employed with The Holman Group for over 28 years. She is widely recognized as an expert trainer in a variety of mental health issues
We look forward to seeing you Friday, August 26th!
Students with I.D: $10
2 PDH / CEU Credits for CEAP, LCSW, MFT
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Friday, August 26th
8:30 am Networking
9-11 am Program
Valley Economic Alliance. 5121 Van Nuys Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
The August 2016 meeting is sponsored by: