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“No ‘evidence’ for psychoanalytic therapy? Let me tell you some stories…” by William Meyer, LCSW, BCD. Free admission. CEU fee: $10, payable at the door. Register here.
The Sue Fairbanks Lecture Series is made possible by the Sue Fairbanks Endowment for Excellence in the Application of Psychoanalytic Knowledge in Social Work established in 2007. This permanent endowment is dedicated to educational programs in psychoanalytic knowledge and to promoting excellence in clinical practice.Find out more »
Stronger Together: Intentionality, Accountability & Ethics in Advanced Clinical Supervision
This conference will provide a multidisciplinary audience of clinical supervisors — social workers, licensed professional counselors, and marriage and family therapists, as well as professional educators in these disciplines — with the opportunity to enhance knowledge, skills, and practice in this complex and challenging arena.
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The Dean Jack Otis Social Problem and Social Policy Lecture presents:
Cindy Nava, AA, BA, MA.
“Awakening the Leader Within: Young Professionals of Color Rising to the Call to Action”
About the speaker: Cindy Nava, AA, BA, MA, arrived to the U.S. at the age of seven from Chihuahua, Mexico. She was raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico and is proud to call herself a “Mexican-New Mexican.” Growing up undocumented, Nava managed to surpass many political barriers and went on to take key positions within education and immigration policy as well as politics at a state and national level that had not previously been held by an undocumented individual. Nava became the first in her family to graduate from HS and obtain a college degree. Her work marked historical precedent after she became the first undocumented person to intern for a national political party in Washington, DC, and then became the first DACA recipient to work as a Majority Pool Analyst for the New Mexico House of Representatives. Nava later went on to be named as one of the “40 under 40s: Latinos in US Politics” by the Huffington Post. Nava is a motivational speaker and leadership trainer who works to empower communities of color to become civically engaged across the nation. Her passion for strengthening women’s voices in policy and politics has led to numerous leadership opportunities collaborating with EMERGE America, Ready to Run and as a TEDx speaker.Find out more »