Bringing the Ethics of Inclusion to Your Psychotherapy Space
Online professional training with CE credits
Ethics and social justice are key components of the code of the profession of social work and similar helping professions and very much a part of the larger movement of decolonizing therapy.
Beyond multiculturalism education and cultural competency, we discover a new phrase – that of decolonizing therapy, which challenges us to explore how we can begin to include the trauma of oppression within our healing and helping sessions and dismantle the often-unconscious structures of racism.
In this three-hour online training workshop from 9 a.m. to noon (Eastern Time) Feb. 12, led by Karen Carnabucci, LCSW, TEP, we look at practical ways that psychotherapists and other helpers can support inclusion in their work particularly regarding Black, Indigenous and People of Color.
Although no one will be turned away, this training workshop is especially designed for white psychotherapists who have been immersed in the dominant society and are looking for ways to begin to sensitively address how they can become more welcoming to Black, Indigenous and People of Color.
We will use experiential and interactive teaching activities to support the exploration of multiple ways that we can design our practices to become more welcoming to “the other,” particularly people of color.
In this workshop, you will learn:
Tuition is $55 if registered by Feb. 8, 2021, $65 after, and includes three CE credits for social workers, marriage and family therapists, professorial counselors and psychologists, plus psychodrama credits and Act 48 hours, and handouts and links to videos and online information of interest., which you may retrieve online, and three CE credits.
This program is suitable for mental health professionals, educators, physical health professionals, administrators, first responders, creative arts therapists, alternative practitioners, midwives, youth leaders, human resources specialists, clergy, addiction professionals and others.
Karen Carnabucci, LCSW, TEP, Companions In Healing and the Lancaster School of Psychodrama and Experiential Psychotherapies are approved by the Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors to offer continuing education for social workers, marriage and family therapists and professional counselors according to Pennsylvania Board Approval # 004002.
The Pennsylvania State Board of Psychology has approved continuing education programs with License #PSY000216.
The Wisconsin State Board approves continuing education credits for social workers, MFTs and LPCs Provider #6834-123.
These training hours may be counted towards the Certified Psychodramatist (CP) credential as approved by the American Board of Examiners In Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy.
Training hours may be counted towards certification approved by the International Society of Experiential Professionals.
Training hours are approved for Act 48 credits for educators, school counselors and administrators.
You may be able to submit your certificate for credits in another helping discipline or in another state. Please contact your respective state board for information.
At a glance
What Bringing the Ethics of Inclusion to Your Psychotherapy Space
When 9 a.m. to noon Feb. 12, 2021
Where Online via Zoom
Instructor Karen Carnabucci, LCSW, TEP
CE credits 3 credits for social workers, marriage and therapists and licensed professional counselors, plus psychodrama credits
Tuition $55 if registered by Feb. 8, 2021, $65 after
How to register
Early registration is recommended.
Located in beautiful Lancaster,