2430: A.I.M. to Unpack: Amplification & Intersectionality

2430:  A.I.M. to Unpack: Amplification & Intersectionality through Media Collaboration.  A pervasive movement exists to censor and erase non-dominant lived experiences, from cultural dance and ethnic hairstyles to indigenous history.  The literature shows that structural racism and systemic oppression prevent quality mental and physical health care for marginalized Black, Indigenous, and person of color (BIPOC) populations. Inequitable health disparities stem from provider bias and stigma. A.I.M. to Unpack posits cultural responsiveness is essential for marginalized and BIPOC communities to reduce systemic oppression through collaboration.  Presented by:  Dr. Tanise McInnis,  LCSW, Ed.S., BC-TMH, CAS.  Members:  $25 / Non-Member $45   1.50 General.   Pre-registration is required to be awarded CEU credit.

Cancellations must be submitted in writing and received  three days prior to the workshop.  An administrative fee of $15 will be deducted from the reimbursement.

Presenter Bio

Dr. Tanise McInnis, LCSW Ed.S., BC-TMH, CAS, owner and Chief Clinical Director of Empowering Minds Counseling and Consultant Services, LLC is a prominent psychotherapist, higher education educator, podcaster, author, consultant, and community collaborator. With a career spanning twenty-five years, Dr. McInnis has concentrated on mitigating the pervasive and deeply-rooted systemic and institutional oppression imposed on marginalized communities. She achieves this by leveraging culturally responsive practices in the domains of education, leadership, and clinical practice.

5/10/2024 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Virtual - Zoom Virtual


Monday, 13 May 2024

5/13/2024 5:00 AM - 5/28/2024 11:59 PM
5/13/2024 5:00 AM

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