Over the past ten years, the field of psychology has become more and more aware of the impact of diversity on mental health. Specialty areas have developed focusing on decolonializing mental health, on exploring mental health concerns of different populations, and on examining the intersection of these different experiences on our minority clients and ourselves. One area that still remains largely undiscussed in these conversations is accessibility for disabled clients and practitioners in therapy and teaching spaces. In this training we will work to grow competency in our understanding of disability praxis and learn how to build accessibility into a practice model.
Live Oak offers a 15% discount for students to attend trainings. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a discount code for the workshop you’d like to attend.