The African American Technical Assistance & Training Program (AATA) has contracted with Alameda County Behavioral Health to provide training and resources to health care providers and the community in order to improve the mental health of African American clients.
A Focus on African American Adolescents and Experienced Trauma
Recent literature has focused on the impact that homelessness has on youth, as well as those around them. Through the means of a lively discussion and dialogue, this training aims to help the participants grasp concepts related to the often-inevitable generational trauma youth have, as well as the compounding trauma African American youth may encounter while experiencing homelessness. Additionally, trauma-focused interventions will be provided.
Event Date: March 22, 2024
Time: 9 AM – 1:30 PM
Event Speaker: Darius Campinha-Bacote, PsyD, HSP
CE credit available.
This course will examine historic and contemporary effects of environmental injustice, and climate change on mental health and well-being in BIPOC communities and strategies to mitigate these impacts while promoting wellness, mental health, and resilience in this population.
"This is the BEST training I've been to in regards to African American community. The history of stigma and under utilization of MH services. Very clear, had depth, really good engagement of guidance participation. I especially liked Roberta Sanders' approach."- Training Attendee
"While the training's may have been focused on African- American population, I always appreciate how applicable it is on a broader perspective for diverse populations."- Training Attendee
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