LIVE: Counseling Immigrant Women of Color: Dos and Don'ts for Culturally Responsive Counseling

August 16, 2024  |  10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Pacific

Presented By S Anandavalli, PhD
S Anandavalli, PhD

August 16, 2024
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Pacific

2 Hours | 2 CEs

$125 Registration | $100 Early Registration (through August 9th) | Live Training via Zoom

S Anandavalli, PhD presents a live virtual professional training program on Counseling Immigrant Women of Color: Dos and Don'ts for Culturally Responsive Counseling.

In this training, Dr. Valli discusses the importance of centering cultural responsiveness in treating immigrant women of Color for their mental health concerns. She will address socio-cultural and systemic challenges faced by this population and will outline how they impact the community's mental health.

There will be a discussion on intersectionality theory, its key tenets and application to conceptualize client's mental health distress. Also, she will provide culturally empowering treatment strategies that clinicians can apply in their work with this population. As part of sharing resources to facilitate treatment, there will be a resource packet provided to attendees to easily shared with clients. There will also be a case study to help attendees apply their takeaways.

The unique intersection of immigrant, gender, and race is rarely discussed in mental health fields. With increase in immigration and crises around the world, more professionals are likely to work with immigrant women of Color than not. Learning culturally responsive treatment strategies can help address the distress faced by this population. This program is intended for community workers, medical professionals, and allied professionals who work with immigrant women of Color.

Training outline:

  1. Introduction
  2. Common challenges faced by immigrant women of Color
  3. Intersectionality Theory and its application in counseling
  4. Modern day sociopolitical challenges faced by immigrant women of Color
  5. Community Cultural Wealth Theory
  6. Share resource packets
  7. Briefly address special topics: domestic violence, fetishization, invisibilization
  8. Case Study

Intended Audience

This live program is intended for mental health and other allied professionals.

Experience Level

This live program is appropriate for beginner, intermediate, and advanced level clinicians.

CE / CPD Credit

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Presented By

S Anandavalli, PhD

S Anandavalli (she, her, hers), PhD, NCC, LPCA, CCTP, is an award-winning, nationally recognized trauma-informed mental health counselor and counselor educator. She is the owner and founder of Soulfulness Counseling, LLC, a private practice dedicated to serving women who have been exposed to early c...

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this program you will be able to:

Describe common socio-cultural challenges facing immigrant women of Color in the U.S., including xenophobia, fetishization, and racism

Describe intersectionality theory to conceptualize client's mental health concerns

Describe culturally responsive treatment strategies, including expressive arts approaches

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