Keepin’ It Real: Healing From Historical Trauma of Slavery and Segregation
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Carol hamilton brill, lpc, ncc: 820 jordan st suite 510-c shreveport, la zip 71101 phone: (318) 678-9075: individual:: rayshawn britton: 351 w 79th st shreveport, la zip 71106 phone: (318) 688-8190: individual:: louis broadway: 3936 greenwood rd shreveport, la zip 71109 phone: (318) 636-6002: individual:: mrs. Stacie Eisengart MSCD NCC LPC: Mrs. Helen Eisenstadt BA, MS: Tracy Eiswert CMSW: Darcy Eitzmann MED: Sheena Eizmendiz CHT, CSMC: Jeff Ekle MA NCC LPC QMHP: Georgia Eklund BS: Mrs. Jimmie Ekola LMSW: Esther Ekong: Abdelhadi Elamin MSEDNCCLPC: Helen Elayan: Ms. Elizabeth Elchert PCC: Mrs. Jennifer Elder LMSW: Pamela Elderkin MA LMHC: Melissa.
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As a part of its series, Innovations in Counseling, the NBCC Foundation invites you to a no-cost webinar on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021, from 1–2 pm EST. Live webinars are available at no cost to NCCs, NBCC Foundation scholars and fellows, and documentation of one clock hour of continuing education is available for registrants who attend the full webinar.
This webinar will explore the history of slavery and segregation. It will look at the effects of slavery and segregation in the context of today, especially as it relates to intergenerational and racial trauma. The webinar will include discussions on microaggressions, colorism, and the four tenets of oppression perpetrated by a society that continues to devalue, degrade, and marginalize certain groups, mainly African Americans. It will challenge educators, clinicians, and practitioners to become a “voice” for students and clients who are still misjudged, mistreated, and misunderstood. It will also explore ways to help students and clients heal from the “pain of the past.”
After this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Define historical trauma and its impact on marginalized and oppressed populations.
- Deduce how historical and intergenerational trauma can adversely impact students’ education and clients’ treatment.
- Decide on appropriate interventions, strategies, and tools to help students and clients heal from the past.
Lisa Connors, MA, MDiv, NCC, MAC, HS-BCP, BCC, CCTP, LBSW, LCPC
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Lisa Connors is the associate pastor of In His Image International Ministry, Inc. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, Master Addiction Counselor, Board Certified Coach, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, and Human Services-Board Certified Practitioner, and is also certified in thanatology, the study of death, dying, and bereavement. Ms. Connors has been in the human services, social work, and counseling fields for 30 years and works tirelessly to help others reach their fullest potential in life, helping and empowering others who have been oppressed, stigmatized, marginalized, and victimized. Her greatest passion is working with individuals affected by HIV/AIDS, substance use and mental health disorders, violence, abuse, trauma, grief and loss, and racial and social injustices.
In addition to her clinical work, Ms. Connors is a professor and a member of many national organizations, including the Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC), American Counseling Association (ACA), National Association of Social Workers (NASW), HIV Planning Group (HPG), and Maryland Quality Management Group, and is a founding member of the Maryland Association of Addiction Professionals (MAAP). Ms. Connors was awarded the Center for Credentialing & Education’s (CCE) Professional Development Award in 2018 and the CCE Board Certified Coach (BCC) Tuition Assistance Program Scholarship in 2014. Ms. Connors holds a Bachelor of Social Work degree, Master of Divinity, and Master of Arts in professional counseling, and she is currently completing her PhD in psychology at Walden University.