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Institutionalized Discrimination Panel Discussion

Sunday, October 1, 2017, 1:00 PM until 3:45 PM
Gronowski Clinic
5150 El Camino Real, Room D11
Los Altos, CA  94024
Serenity Serseción
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Institutionalized Discrimination Panel Discussion

SPEAKERS: Jorge Wong, Ph.D., Nida Mirza, Psy.D., Nicole Wernimont, Psy.D.

DATE: Sunday, October 1, 2017, 1:00 PM-3:45 PM (with a 10-minute break) 

This workshop aims to unpack issues and dynamics of privilege and discrimination that can be seen within the therapeutic context and society as a whole. Our panel of experts will share their knowledge of working with marginalized groups as clinicians. In addition to increasing their own comfort with engaging in dialogue about discrimination, and how this is experienced at interpersonal and institutional levels.