Free 90-Minute Webinar: Helping Underserved and Oppressed Communities

Hi all:

Are you ready to improve your therapy skills with oppressed communities?

The Feeling Good Institute is pleased to bring you this free webinar which teaches you how to use TEAM-CBT to support and connect with ethnic minority and other underserved clients.

Date: October 27: 10:00 AM – 11:30AM PST

Presenter: Sunny Choi, LCSW

Title: TEAM-CBT for Diverse and Multicultural Populations

Registration and CE Information

Description of webinar: Ethnic minorities and other underserved clients experience unique stressors such as microaggressions and oppression. Counselors need to be aware of unique challenges and barriers that might present when working with diverse clients. This webinar addresses how to apply to TEAM-CBT in a culturally humble manner that may improve outcomes with diverse populations.

Learning objectives

1) Identify two unique challenges for underserved and ethnic minority populations

2) Describe how experiences of being underprivileged and oppressed result in trauma

Presenter Bio

Sunny Choi LCSW is a clinical therapist focusing on providing services to underserved populations such as ethnic minority, LGBTQ, and low-income clients.  Using TEAM-CBT, he has collaborated with other clinic members such as medical physicians and nutritionists to provide holistic, integrated care to his patients – an effective strategy that results in quick recovery.  He has also collaborated with other community members to educate them and advocate for the delivery of effective and quality services for underserved populations.  His prior roles include mental health worker at the Office of Diversity and Equity with the San Mateo County Health System and behavioral health therapist at North East Medical Services, a community health clinic for the medically underserved.

David’s Statement

I have worked with Sunny for years and he is awesome. He is a brilliant therapist and good friend. You will love this free seminar! Highly recommended, especially in these highly troubled times that are crying out for compassion and gentle guidance in how to open our hearts and improve our clinical skills.