Presenter: Dr. Jaymie Campbell
Date: Thursday, December 6, 2018
Time: 5 pm – 8 pm | 3 CEs
(Registration begins at 4:30 pm)
Location: Center City, Philadelphia (19107)
Description: This training focuses on increasing participants' awareness of the occurrence and impact of racial microaggressions in/on daily life for people of color. Racial microaggressions are verbal, behavioral, or structural indignities, either intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative messages or sentiment towards people of color. This training is invaluable in either beginning or continuing to understand how good intentions do not negate the potential negative impact of our actions or inactions.
- Describe 3 categories of racial microaggressions.
- Identify examples of racial microaggressions.
- Analyze the impact of racial microaggressions on people of color.
About the Presenter:
Jaymie Campbell, PhD, has been working in health promotion, social services, HIV research, and sexuality education for over ten years. After obtaining a BA in Feminist Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz, Dr. Campbell began his non-profit career working with marginalized populations in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco. He received a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, emphasis in Community Mental Health, from the California Institute of Integral Studies and focused his clinical internship on working with homeless queer and transgender youth of color. He has also obtained a Master of Education and a doctorate in Human Sexuality Studies from Widener University.
Jaymie is most passionate about the framework of racial microaggressions and its intersections with gender identity and sexual orientation. He specializes in trainings for medical providers, behavioral health providers, educators, and community-based organizations on strategies for improving services for populations facing intersecting oppressions. Since February 2017, he has held the role of Director of Training and Capacity-Building at AccessMatters. He is the lead trainer for AccessMatters' trainings on race, gender identity, and sexual orientation microaggressions and has delivered microaggressions trainings to nearly 2,000 participants to date. In 2018, he received recognition for his work in the category of Race and Gender by the Greater Philadelphia Social Innovations Awards.
Participants who attend this program must be present for its entirety in order to get the continuing education credits.
Cost: $25 which includes the 3 CE Certificate
There is a $10 non-refundable administrative fee for any cancellation up to 48 hours prior to this program.
No refund will be issued if less than 48-hours notice is given for this program.
Continuing Education Credits:
FOR PENNSYLVANIA SOCIAL WORKERS, MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPISTS, AND PROFESSIONAL COUNSELORS: This program is approved for 3 credits for professional workshops sponsored by the Pennsylvania Society for Clinical Social Work, a state affiliate of the Clinical Social Work Association listed in Section 47.36 of Title 49, Chapter 47 of the PA Code, State Board of Social Work Examiners. This program is also approved for 3 credits for professional workshops for marriage & family therapists (Section 48.36) and professional counselors (Section 49.36).
FOR NEW JERSEY SOCIAL WORKERS: This program is approved for 3 clinical credits. Attendance at programs or courses given at state and national social work association conferences, where the criteria for membership is an academic degree in social work, are a valid source of continuing education credit (N.J.A.C. 13:44G-6.4(c)4).
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- December 6, 2018
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm