NEW YORK CENTER FOR EMOTIONALLY FOCUSED THERAPY

Addressing Blind Spots and Microaggressions

  • 07 May 2021
  • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Online via Zoom

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Addressing Blind Spots and Microaggressions

With Drs. Fione Villodas and Zemed Berhe


This workshop is designed to provide supervisors and assistants with practical tips on how to prevent and address microaggressions during trainings and workshops. Participants will implement and integrate the information learned during the training through role-play activities.


When: Friday, May 7th, 2021

4:00PM-5:30PM EST

Where: Online via Zoom

Cost: Free with special code open only to to local supervisors and assistants in training 

Presenters:

Dr. Feion Villodas

   is a psychology professor and the Director of Graduate Student Diversity at San Diego State University. She is also a clinical psychologist and serves as a clinical supervisor for one of the top Clinical Psychology program in the nation, SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. As the Director of Graduate Student Diversity, she develops and facilitates training on diversity, equity, and inclusion for SDSU graduate students and faculty. She also supports faculty and staff engaged in hiring, diversity planning, and other diversity initiatives. 


Dr. Zemed Berhe

  is a licensed clinical psychologist and faculty at San Diego State University. Dr. Berhe specializes in providing therapy that addresses trauma-focused treatments and experiences of diverse populations, with special emphasis on addressing the mental well-being of people of African descent. Dr. Berhe delivers workshops and presentations on addressing trauma, stress/anxiety management, refugee mental health, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and providing culturally competent care.

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