October 2, 2020
Navigating systems of oppression when holding marginalized identities has an undeniable impact on people’s overall health and must be acknowledged when supporting these communities.
In this workshop, we will focus on the challenges Latinx young professionals may face on their journey to and during the therapy process. These may include but not limited to accessibility to culturally responsive therapists and internal conflict regarding when is it okay to ask for help.
The workshop will include reviewing possible presenting themes, clinical interventions, and the importance of clinical consultation which will assist in the development and sustaining of a healthy therapeutic relationship and client’s participation in therapy. This workshop will also highlight how systems and identity play a role in the therapeutic process, which will include a conversation on how the therapist’s investment in their own identity work may impact the therapeutic relationship.
Student discount and sliding scale discount available. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Workshop participants who opt to receive CE certification, please select the CEU option. This workshop fulfills requirement for 1 CE credit. CE sponsorship is approved by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR), credits are applicable to LCSW and transferrable to LCPC in Illinois. If you have a different licensure or are licensed outside of Illinois, please check with your licensure body before purchasing.
About the Speaker
Rosemary is the founder of Adelante Counseling and Wellness, which provides individual and group therapy, consultation, and wellness workshops. Rosemary’s work is informed by a strengths based, social justice, trauma informed lens that acknowledges the psychological effects of systemic oppression on individuals and communities.
Rosemary began her clinical career at UCAN’s clinical counseling service, providing intensive case management, individual, and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults with open cases through the IL Department of Children and Family Services. In addition to clinical services, Rosemary led an initiative to coordinate and implement a grant which provided clinical support to middle and high school students from Chicago neighborhoods.
After several years in community mental health and support work, Rosemary transitioned her career to higher education by taking a role at Columbia College Chicago. She began as a Staff Therapist before accepting the position of Coordinator of Counseling Services. Rosemary developed a specialty in working with college age people, further growing her career by transitioning to Northwestern University’s Counseling & Psychological Services, where she became the Liaison to the Latinx and First Generation Low Income student community.
Rosemary also serves as an executive board member of the nonprofit agency Mujeres Latinas en Accion which supports Latinx identified women and families who are survivors of sexual and domestic violence, and facilitates community organizing to advocate for immigrant rights, women’s health, and economic equity.
Rosemary Magaña received her Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology from Loyola University Chicago and her Master’s in Clinical Counseling from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
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