On-Demand: An Ethical Call to Action: Creating an Antiracist Practice - 6 CEUs
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- CEs: 6 Ethics, Core, or Related Continuing Education hours for Psychologists, Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage & Family Therapists (please see below for more details)
- Format: On-Demand Webinar (“Asynchronous”) ~ At your leisure to be viewed at your own pace. You may pause, rewind, and fast forward at any point during the videos. You are in complete control of how you view this workshop. However, you are required to watch at least 90% of the videos to receive CEs. The PowerPoint handout will be displayed in the video along with the presenter, and there is also a separate document for printing as well as multiple handouts and forms. There is a quiz at the end to ensure comprehension and is required by all CE approval organizations for on-demand workshops.
- Investment: $135
- Define racism, antiracism, and other antiracist terminology
- Describe characteristics of an antiracist clinician and practice
- Identify ethical principles, standards, values, and/or codes relevant to antiracist practice
- Evaluate extent of own racially equitable action on individual, organizational, and systemic levels
- Summarize ethical and clinical considerations for addressing racism within clinical practice
- List three steps to addressing racist comments made by clients in the context of therapy
Clinicians are committed to healing the clients in our care and to do so ethically. However, our commitment to healing often falls short of ethical care and has not been enough to eliminate mental health treatment disparities endured by clients who are BIPOC. To truly heal and be ethical, we must be antiracist. Dr. Davis will utilize didactics, self-assessments, clinical vignettes, and experiential exercises to help clinicians construct an antiracist lens to identify and dismantle racist actions by self and systems and create an ethical antiracist practice.
Presented by: Telsie Davis, Ph.D.
Telsie A. Davis is 19-year veteran clinician who has presented in over 60 international, national, state, and local invited talks and workshops. She specializes in culturally equitable and evidence-based treatment for African American women, and is founder of The Cultural Equity Institute, formerly, The Davis Center. Dr. Davis earned a B.S. in Applied Psychology from Georgia Tech and her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Georgia State University. She completed her predoctoral internship and two years of postdoctoral fellowship training in trauma and substance use among African American women at Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Davis also works as a psychologist at the Atlanta VA and is Co-Chair of the Diversity Rotation for the APA-accredited Internship and Postdoctoral Training Program. She is also an Assistant Professor and Assistant Vice Chair for Faculty Development-Diversity and Inclusion in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University School of Medicine.
What people are saying about this workshop:
- "Her authenticity and knowledge are commendable. This was the best ethics course I've taken as a professional." - KQ
- "The workshop was phenomenal. Dr. Telsie is amazing and I would take more of her CEUs. I was thoroughly enthralled throughout the entire presentation." - JMW
- "I seriously hope this program was SOLD OUT because every singly clinician should experience it. The mindfulness pauses were beautiful and her integration of voices of BIPOC was so profound. Such richness and depth. I'm choked up just writing this evaluation! I so appreciated how beautifully she wove together the theoretical and practical." - SD, LPC
- "Telsie Davis is incredible! I love her warm and empathic presentation style, addressing what can be a difficult topic in an approachable way. As a white woman, I believe this workshop should be required for all white therapists. No matter how much work we've done, we can always learn more and do better. Particularly if a white therapist works with BIPOC clients, I think it would be tough to practice ethically without reflecting on the information in this workshop." - SS, LPC
- "Dr. Davis is brilliant in delivering such an amazing subject matter that often times get lost in translation. Dr. Telsie is amazing." - TA, LMFT
- "The presenter was fantastic, extremely engaging, very knowledgeable and I have no comments for improvement!" - JP, LPC
- "I appreciated the inclusive approach - other workshops I have attended on antiracism have been blaming, shaming, inflammatory, and polarizing. This approach encouraged me to reflect without defensiveness. I also gained practical advice on specific things to address and add to my practice. I gained practical tips on how to examine my own beliefs and approaches, and how to demonstrate to clients that I am inclusive and working on my biases." - HD, LPC
6 Ethics, Core, or Related CE Clock Hours:
- Psychologists: The Knowledge Tree (TKT) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. TKT maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
- Georgia Psychologists: all online webinars (both live and on-demand) count the same as live for 2021 (including ethics). Therefore, this workshop will satisfy your required six hours of ethics or core hours if you prefer. The Board states it will go back to the pre-COVID rules in 2022. You may want to consider completing all 40 CEs this year while you have multiple participation options.
- Licensed in another state as a Psychologist: The Knowledge Tree is a Continuing Education Sponsor Approved (CESA) by APA, so all of our workshops should satisfy your CE requirements, but please check your specific state rules to be certain.
- Counselors: This workshop was approved for 6 ethics or core hours through LPCA of Georgia, approval #2021-04-21-424LW.
- Georgia Counselors: This workshop has been approved for 6 "Core Hours" as an "On-Demand - asynchronous" course by LPCA of Georgia (approval # above). The “Ethics” hours dropped off because the Georgia Composite Board requires that all Ethics hours be obtained either live or via a live synchronous webinar.
- Licensed in another state as a Counselor: Many states will accept CEs for Counselors if that workshop has approved status from another state association as this one does. Additionally, we have national approval for all our courses through APA. Many states will accept APA-approved courses, but please check your specific state rules & regulations.
- Social Workers and Marriage & Family Therapists: The Knowledge Tree (TKT) is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.
- Georgia: Because we have national approval for all our courses through APA, this workshop would be part of your option for up to 15 "Related Hours." For Masters Licensed Therapists in Georgia, "Related" hours are allowed to comprise up to 15 hours of the total 35 hours required per renewal period (10 hours of On-Demand are expressly permitted, and the extra five would be your optional Independent Study hours). "Ethics" hours must be obtained via a live "Synchronous" event (either in-person or Live Webinars). Please see our Live Webinars for Ethics options.
- Licensed in another state as a Social Worker or MFT: The Knowledge Tree has national approval for all our courses through APA. Many states will accept APA-approved continuing education hours, but please check your specific state rules & regulations.
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