Rogers Behavioral Health

Differentials: The role of trauma, race, gender, and sexuality in diagnosis and treatment

Rogers Behavioral Health invites you to join us for next free webinar, “Differentials: The role of trauma, race, gender, and sexuality in diagnosis and treatment.” This free, interactive, live 90-minute presentation will provide intermediate-level practitioners with the opportunity to earn 1.5 CE credits.

Thursday, June 15, 1 to 2:30 pm ET (12 pm CT / 11 am MT / 10 am PT)
Presented by Rae Anne Ho Fung, PhD, LP, and Christopher Takala, DO

Elements of identity (such as race, gender, and sexuality, among others) play an important role in mental health diagnosis and treatment, especially in trauma-related conditions, but unfortunately can be misunderstood and lead to misdiagnosis or incorrect assumptions. Using a multicultural lens, this webinar will address important environmental, provider, and intervention barriers to intensive treatment that result from the intersection of mental health and identity. The presenters will also provide strategies and techniques to improve treatment.

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Space is limited – register soon!
Each individual must register separately to be eligible for CE credits

Unable to attend? A recording of this webinar will be available in the Resources section of our website for you to view at your convenience; however, please note that CE credit will not be awarded.

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