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Talking Race, Trauma, Attachment Disorders, and Public Education: The ethics of treating victims of racism-related stress and trauma in education (6 CEs) The significance of race-related trauma and the ethical issues that are most likely to be magnified in working with victims of trauma in educational setting Race-related trauma is defined as exposure to traumatic events due to an individual's race. Race-based traumatic stress injury can be a consequence of emotional pain that a person may feel after encounters with racism, which can be understood in terms of specific types of acts. The race-related trauma framework aims to identify how schools exercise power and control against black and brown children and adolescents through alienation, discriminatory policies and practices, and psychological violence. A framework for race-related trauma seeks to enlighten individuals who acknowledge their role in perpetuating race-related trauma and seek credible solutions. In this course, we will cover the following topic areas: Define racism-related trauma Identify the mental health consequences associated with discrimination, whether real or perceived Discuss how schools and staff can exercise power and control against black and brown children and adolescents through alienation, discriminatory policies and practices, and psychological violence Highlight clinical challenges in addressing racism-related trauma with black children and adolescents Apply ethical issues to practical dilemmas faced while conducting interventions Discuss practice skills to treat racism-related stress in education   Parking and other transportation Both metered and hotel parking are available. The location is easily accessible by Metro and off the NoMa-Gallaudet Metro Stop, which is 2 blocks away. NASW CE/NBCC ACEP This program is Approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval # 886719437-1237) for 6 continuing education contact hours. * Social Workers: Will to Health is an approved p
  • Start:July 13, 2019
  • End:July 13, 2019
  • Recurring
  • Where:Will to Health, Hyatt Place Washington, DC/US Capitol , 33 New York Avenue, Washington, District of Columbia, United States, 20435
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  • Event Type: Business
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The Henley Park Hotel Located at
926 Massachusetts Ave NW,
Washington, DC 20001
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Phone: 202-638-5200
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Toll-Free: 800-222-8474
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