Fri, Nov 15 | Montezuma Hall

Symposium: Alcanzado Nuevos Rumbos: Promoting Wellness in Latinx Children & Families Living Along the Border

Join us for a one-day symposium aimed to heighten awareness, knowledge and skills of mental health providers serving Latinx families living in Southern CA along the U.S. Mexico border.
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Symposium:  Alcanzado Nuevos Rumbos:  Promoting Wellness in Latinx Children & Families Living Along the Border

Time & Location

Nov 15, 2019, 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Montezuma Hall, Aztec Student Union, San Diego, CA 92182, USA

About the Event

Fred Finch invites you to a one-day symposium aimed to heighten awareness, knowledge and skills of mental health providers serving Latinx families living in Southern CA along the U.S. Mexico border.    

We will be examining the challenges experienced by Latinx children, youth and families including trauma, mental health conditions and developmental disorders while deepening our understanding of the factors that increase mental health practitioners’ ability to work effectively in humility and cultural competence.  

Continuing Education Credits available at no cost.  

Plenary Speaker: Luis H. Zayas, PhD, Dean and Professor, Steven Hicks School of Social Work Professor of Psychiatry / Dell Medical School The University of Texas, Austin  

Topic: Immigration Detention: The Long-Term Harms to Children’s Well-Being

Brown Bag Lunch Platica: Traditional Native Healing Practices: Las Curanderas

Registration is Closed

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