Middle Tennessee Chapter
The next Lunch and Learn is April 29 from 11:30 to 1:00 pm (CST) at the new Lipscomb MFT House (3705 Mayfair Ave., Nashville, TN 37215 – overflow parking across Granny White Pike). You are free to join us in-person or on-line and earn 1 CE! We are pleased to have associate professor, Douglas Ribeiro, speak about his part in obtaining the largest grant in Lipscomb's University history and his hopes for the growth and collaboration of “Behavioral health in the medical industry.” According to the article below, "The program uses an innovative training approach that utilizes the integration of behavioral health and primary care in order to better meet the mental health needs of the community." We are and honored to have professor Ribeiro speak to our MFT members, to inform us of what is possible and to identify ongoing changes of how behavioral health is making an impact right here in Middle Tennessee.
Title: Utilizing Cultural Humility for Effective Broaching of Multicultural and Identity Issues in Therapy. Learning Objectives:
1. Define cultural humility and broaching in clinical practice
2. Understand the necessity and importance of cultural humility and broaching within clinical practice.
3. Learn how to broach identity issues for an effective therapeutic relationship.
Meeting ID: 844 7343 3024; Passcode: 601472https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84473433024?pwd=bkVUZWtMdk0vWUlKMCsrQ2dEdDNLUT09
For more information contact LaVonne Johnson, Middle Tennessee director at email@example.com.
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