Differentials: The role of trauma, race, gender, and sexuality in diagnosis and treatment
Aspects of identity are important considerations in the diagnosis and treatment of mental health conditions, yet improper assumptions may lead to misdiagnosis and/or ineffective interventions. Designed for intermediate practitioners, this live interactive webinar will focus on the intersectionality of identity (specifically race, gender, and sexuality) among individuals seeking mental health treatment, particularly for trauma-related conditions. Approaching the topic from a lens of multicultural awareness, the presenters will address environmental-, provider-, and intervention-specific barrier...Read mores to intensive treatment associated with the intersection between identity and mental health. Additionally, specific strategies and techniques will be provided to promote more accepting, engaging, and effective approaches to treatment. At the end of the presentation there will be a moderated Q&A session to address audience questions. Less...
- List three treatment barriers unique to the intersection of identity and mental health conditions among individuals with trauma histories and experiences of marginalization.
- Identify at least three symptoms common to various psychiatric disorders and engage in differential diagnosis with attention to the role of identity.
- Name the three brain structures related to posttraumatic stress symptoms, as well as identify current evidence-based approaches to pharmacological management of posttraumatic stress disorder.
Thursday, June 15, 2023
01:00 PM EDT - 02:30 PM EDTRegister for this Webinar
About the speakers
Rae Anne Ho Fung, PhD, LP
Christopher Takala, DO
1 pm ET Welcome and speaker introduction
1:05 pm The role of identity in diagnosis
- Diagnostic overlaps and intersection of identity
- Pediatric trauma prevalence
- Alternative explanations: Research on intersectionality of identity and mental health-related stigma
1:40 pm The role of identity in treatment
- Brief overview of neuroanatomy of trauma
- Review of pharmacological treatments for trauma
- Review of evidence based behavioral interventions
- Recommendations and future directions
2:15 pm Moderated Q&A
2:28 pm Closure
CE Information - Earn 1.5 CE Credit Hours
American Psychological Association
Association of Social Work Boards
National Board for Certified Counselors
CE Process Info
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