Rutgers 2021 Culture Conference

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Registration fees: Professionals: $99 Students: $ 15

If you're a student, please email a scan of your student ID to [email protected] to receive the discount code. Special rates for GSAPP/School of Social Work/Graduate School of Education alumni and supervisors! Special Group Rates! email [email protected] for information

Date: Friday October 29, 2021 Time: 10am-3pm EDT Location: Virtual (Zoom)

4 CE credits for Psychologists (APA)

4 CE credits for New York Psychologists (NYSED)

4 Social and Cultural Competence and Clinical CEHs for Social Workers

4 CE hours for NJ Drug & Alcohol Counselors  (CADC/LCADC) 

We welcome professionals from allied fields and provide certificates of attendance for those who request them

CONFERENCE AGENDA: (Please note times are in Eastern Standard)

Welcomes and Introductions ..................................................................10:00am - 10:10am

Break ....................................................................................................................10:10am - 10:15am

Keynote: Racialized Trauma and the Soul of Black Folks .........10:15am - 11:15am

(speaker: Dr. Kenneth V. Hardy)

Break ...................................................................................................................11:15am - 11:25am

Breakout #1 .......................................................................................................11:25am - 12:55pm

(options: "Healing Racial Trauma" with Dr. Kenneth V. Hardy - or - "COVID-19 Pandemic and Asian American Mental Health" with Dr. Chris Hahm)

Lunch break.......................................................................................................12:55pm - 1:25pm

Breakout #2 ......................................................................................................1:25pm - 3:00pm

(options: "Culturally Responsive Supervision" with Dr. Kelly  Moore - or - "Historical Persecution, Jewish Tradition, and Modern Antisemitism: Hurt and Healing in the Jewish Community" with Drs.Jeremy Lichtman & AJ Berkovitz)