3-Hour Live Online Workshop

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*March 8th, 2024; 10AM-1PM Central Standard Time *May 3rd, 2024; 10AM- 1PM Central Standard Time LIVE WORKSHOPS WILL BE RECORDED

Learning objectives

This 3-hour online LIVE workshop will guide you to contextualize and establish your culturally centered clinical practice.

  • This workshop will guide you to describe your identities as a clinician; you will also identify the social location of your clients.

  • We will analyze how contextual factors impact the therapeutic relationship.

  • You will be able to apply and practice cultural humility and avoid microassaults in your clinical relationships.

  • You will identify strategies in marketing to wider multicultural groups and communities.

Instructor(s)

Ammara Khalid, PsyD

Clinical Psychologist, CEO and founder of RIA Psychological Services

Dr. Ammara Khalid is the CEO and founder of RIA Psychological Services. She is a Clinical Psychologist who has been practicing in Chicago for over a decade. She did her Bachelor’s from NYU in Psychology and Gender and Sexuality, and her Masters and Doctorate from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Clinical Psychology focusing on Marriage and Family Therapy as well as Diversity and Multicultural Issues. She sees clients from all walks of life, from age 4 to 84, and believes in helping clients heal and empower themselves and their communities. She sees clients for anxiety, depression, trauma, relationships, and many other concerns and issues. She conducts therapy in Urdu/Hindi as well and has taught various psychology courses at the Masters and Doctoral level and has presented at national conferences. She’s currently working on a research project to unpack how intergenerational trauma from the 1947 partition impacts South Asians.

Learn how to integrate diversity into your practice

 

Many students and supervisees from Masters and Doctoral programs have expressed their frustration at how diversity and multicultural topics were “sprinkled on” different courses. This 3 CE course provides mental health professionals with an opportunity to examine their own social contexts and biases and how they impact the therapeutic relationship when working with diverse populations, including BIPOC and LGBTQ communities. This workshop demonstrates how to weave multiculturalism and diversity into all aspects of your clinical practice using self-reflection and an internal locus of responsibility.

Fulfill 3 CE requirements for Multicultural Diversity Competency

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Approved CE provider

Spring Advisory, PLLC has been approved by The National Board For Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7169. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Spring Advisory, PLLC is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

The Art Therapy Credentials Board recognizes CE credits granted by NBCC Approved Continuing Education Providers. All CE from Spring Advisory can be counted towards ATR, ATR-BC, and ATCS credential renewals for art therapists per ATCB.

Spring Advisory is an Illinois Social Work CE Sponsor, #159.001540

Spring Advisory is an Illinois Psychologist CE Sponsor, #268.000141

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Check out other required courses:

From 2023, all licensed health professionals in Illinois are required to take courses on sexual harassment prevention, alzheimer's assessment and treatment, implicit bias training, and mandated reporter training. Each training should be 1 CE credit hour to meet license renewal requirements. First time renewal of LCPC also requires a 18-hour training on supervision.

FAQ

  • Q: I finished my course, where is my CE evaluation and exam link?

    A: On your course website, look on the left-hand side menu, and find the menu item to the CE eval and exam link. 

  • Q: I finished my exam, but I did not get my certificate, what happened?

    A: It's highly possible that you misspelled your email address when filling out the form. You can retake the exam to get the certificate resent to you. 

  • Q. I passed the exam by 70%, where is my certificate?

    A: You must pass the exam by over 80% in order to obtain your CE certificate, go back to your course page and access the CE link, retake the exam until you pass by 80%. You will be awarded your CE certificate upon passing at 80% or above.

  • Q: I created an account and paid for the course, but when I go to the dashboard, I didn't see my course, what happened?

    A: We often see people create two accounts by mistake due to the misspelling of email addresses. Then the paid course reside in the wrong-email-address account. Unfortunately, this requires manual help. Reach out to the Admin for assistance.

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Compatible Web Technology for Online Course

In order to make sure your course runs well, please make sure your desktop computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone, or smart device has the following:

  1. The most recent version of one of the web browsers in your PC or MAC computer. 
  2. Javascript enabled
  3. PDF plugin
  4. Graphic and audio output capability
  5. Broadband internet connection with a minimum speed of 5Mbps (recommended)
  6. TLS 1.2 is supported by your web browser