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Cockhren Consulting Presents: The Equity in Practice Anti-pathology Series

July 10 @ 1:30 pm - July 24 @ 4:00 pm

Equity in Practice: Anti-pathology Approaches to Mental Health Care for People of Color

In the mental health field, practitioners who are unable to provide proper care for vulnerable communities, including Black and African-American women, run the risk of doing harm. Practitioners and leaders struggling to understand the role historical trauma, racial trauma, and other environmental factors play in the mental health care of Black and African-American women, this professional development workshop series is for you.

Cockhren Consulting Presents Equity in Practice Series: Anti-pathology Approaches to Mental Health Care for People of Color. In this live virtual workshop series hosted by Ingrid Cockhren, M.Ed., mental health practitioners and leaders that serve communities of color will learn “equity in action” as it pertains to providing proper care and treatment of Black and African-American women.

Presented for: Professional development for mental health practitioners and leaders that serve communities of color
Presented by: Cockhren Consulting in partnership with Kissing Lions Public Relations

Equity in Action: Black Women Objectives | 7/10/2024 @ 1:30 – 4:00 PM (ET)
✦ Identify the mechanisms of historical and intergenerational trauma and its impact on Black women.
✦ Examine the effects of the intersectionality of racism and sexism on Black women’s mental health outcomes.
✦ Analyze race-based trauma, gender-based trauma, and the dehumanization of Black women within a social-ecological framework.
✦ Outline the relationship between racial identity and gender identity development and Black women’s mental health outcomes.
✦ Provide evidence-based strategies to facilitate healing and effectively treat Black women’s mental illness.

Equity in Action: Black Men Objectives | 7/17/2024 @ 1:30 – 4:00 PM (ET)
✦ Identify the mechanisms of historical and intergenerational trauma and its impact on Black men.
✦ Examine the effects of the intersectionality of racism and white patriarchy on Black men’s mental health outcomes.
✦ Analyze race-based trauma and the dehumanization of Black men within a social-ecological framework.
✦ Outline the relationship between racial identity and gender identity development and Black men’s mental health outcomes.
✦ Provide evidence-based strategies to facilitate healing and effectively treat Black men’s mental illness.

Equity in Action: Black Youth Objectives | 7/24/2024 @ 1:30 – 4:00 PM (ET)
✦ Identify the mechanisms of historical and intergenerational trauma and its impact on Black children and youth.
✦ Examine the effects of the intersectionality of racism and childism on Black children’s and youth’s mental health outcomes.
✦ Analyze racial trauma, childhood trauma, and the dehumanization of Black children and youth within a social-ecological framework.
✦ Outline the relationship between racial socialization, racial identity development, and Black children’s and youth’s mental health outcomes.
✦ Provide evidence-based strategies to facilitate healing and effectively treat Black children’s and youth’s mental illness.

To create a supportive environment, these LIVE events will not be recorded. Participants who complete all three events in this series will receive a certificate of completion. Participants who are unable to attend all three events and receive a certificate of completion will have access to on-demand modules. Participants who will only attend a single event will receive a certificate of participation. Please subscribe at Cockhren Consulting to learn more and access this series on demand.

About Ingrid Cockhren, M.Ed.:
Ingrid L. Cockhren, M.Ed. is an internationally known leader in trauma-informed care and systems transformation with nearly 20 years of experience in mental healthcare, education, consulting, facilitation, higher education, and non-profit leadership. Cockhren is an adjunct psychology professor, owner of Cockhren Consulting, and the former CEO of PACEs Connection, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of the impact of adverse and positive childhood experiences. Ingrid Cockhren Mrs. Cockhren has been able to translate research concerning diversity/equity/inclusion/belonging (DEIB), trauma-informed, and healing-centered practices into community, workplace, and organizational solutions.

About Kahshanna Evans:
Kahshanna Evans brings her passion for community building through communications strategy, corporate social responsibility (CSR), and uniting people through stories to her role of Senior Strategist at Kissing Lions Public Relations, Trauma Informed Resilient Communities Consultant—and as a New York State Trauma Informed Network and Resources Center (TINRC) Advisory Council Member. Kahshanna has been a leading strategic thinker in various industries, including wellness, communications, nonprofit, and professional services.

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Topic
Education, Family Services, Human Services, Mental Health, Public Health, Racial Justice, Training / Consultation
Audiences
Adults, Organizations, Systems, Leadership, Caregivers
Languages
English
Region
New York City
Event Type
Virtual

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