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Moving Beyond the ACE Score: Assessing Adversity in Diverse Populations

Tate-Turner-Kuralt Building, Auditorium 325 Pittsboro Street, Chapel Hill

This workshop introduces a variety of tools for assessing childhood adversity, including historical and intergenerational trauma, and ways that cultural factors can be used to promote resilience and mediate the impact of adversity. (2 CEs) …

Q&A and Discussion on How to Practice Antiracism in Session


In this unique session based a on previous training, participants will have the opportunity to interact with Dr. Williams and ask the “tough” questions about the presence of microaggressions in therapy and steps and skills …

Somatic Approaches to Internalized Oppression and Other Trauma


Danielle Murphy, LCSW, SEP will train participants to focus on understanding and treating the effects of trauma, with an emphasis on the experience of members of marginalized groups and the cumulative effects of micro-aggressions and …

Working with Whiteness in a Racialized Society


Building on knowledge from racial equity and anti-racism trainings, and drawing from relational theory, family systems, self-awareness, and a community organizing approach, this workshop is geared for anyone who works with white clients as well …

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: A Silent Epidemic for 1 in 20


Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a spectrum of conditions resulting from prenatal exposure to alcohol, which is the leading cause of intellectual and developmental disabilities. Early identification and diagnosis are needed to offer appropriate …

Teaching Psychotherapy from the Inside Out


How did you learn what you know and how to best impart this to supervisees? Marilyn Ghezzi draws from her years of experience as a therapist, supervisor, field instructor, and classroom teacher to impart strategies …