November 14, 21 & 28 2017
12:15 – 1:30 pm
29600 Northwestern Hwy., Suite 100A
Southfield, MI 48034
This seminar will use empirical research related to culture and race to explore clinical bias in therapy.
- Recognize the characteristics of the therapist as it relates to fostering a climate that facilitates open exploration of race and culture in clinical work.
- Summarize empirical research as it relates to race and culture in therapy.
- Identify potential clinical bias as it relates to race and culture in clinical work.
Danielle Alexander, Ph.D., completed her undergraduate studies in psychology at Wayne State University (2001) and earned her Master’s in clinical and humanistic psychology at Michigan School of Professional Psychology (2006). In 2015 she earned her PhD from Walden University, Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is in private practice and has over 16 years of human service experience.
November 14, 21 & 28 2017. Registration deadline is 15 minutes prior to the session. The sessions will begin promptly.
Fees are payable in advance and assignments (if applicable) will be sent out only after payment has been received. Checks are payable to IIGP and can be mailed to the office, 29600 Northwestern Hwy, Suite 100A, Southfield, MI 48034.
Please include your contact information in your email (Name, address, phone, email, degree etc.)
The IIGP Faculty, CME/CE committee members and the presenters receive no commercial support nor have conflicts of interest for this seminar.
The Institute for Individual and group Psychotherapy is committed to training psychotherapists. IIGP is approved by the Michigan State Medical society to provide continuing education for phsyicians. Not all programs are eligible for CME – please check with the Institute. Our programs are approved by the Michigan Social Work continuing Education Collaborative for Social Workers.