Event Spotlight

by Gwyn Fallbrooke, MA
The Psychotherapy Institute's 2016 Spring Symposium, Talking About Race: Our Clients, Ourselves, is designed to continue the meaningful and energetic conversation begun at last spring's symposium on race and trauma. Race continues to be at the forefront in the news and remains a deeply challenging, complex, and critical topic for all of us as mental health clinicians.
Ken Hardy and a diverse panel of three Bay Area psychotherapists will engage us in a morning of discussion and reflection on race as it appears in our consulting rooms. How does it enter, how can we work with it, and what can we do when we get stuck or when things escalate? Please join us for a moving and invigorating morning as we grapple with this vital topic.
Saturday, May 14, 2016
9:00 am to 1:00 pm
First Congregational Church of Oakland
2501 Harrison St.
Oakland, CA 94612
Panel Moderator:  Kenneth V. Hardy, PhD
Panelists: Larry Jin Kwokhung Lee, LCSW; Margaret Thompson, MFT; and Nathalie Torrens, LCSW
Click here to learn more and register or call (510) 548-2250 x107.