Why Blacks Resist Treatment: A Historical Perspective of Assault and Trauma

When:  Oct 24, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (MT)
Associated with  AAMFT Arizona

Throughout history Blacks have been defined through the clinical lense as “less than” when being offered treatment from White clinicians. Research often offers comparative insights between Whites and Blacks, allowing for Blacks to historically be perceived as aggressive, mentally unstable, and resistant to treatment. What is often missing from the research is the traumatic impact clinicians have had on Blacks that may impede their ability to gain from treatment. 

Registration Dates

Registration Ends Sunday, October 25, 2020

Pricing Information

Registration Price
Arizona Network Members $35.00
Non-Members $35.00
Special Waived

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