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Live Webinar: Ethical Cultural Considerations in Serving Latinx Client

Live Webinar: Ethical Cultural Considerations in Serving Latinx Client

Saturday, September 7, 2024
2:00 PM - 5:15 PM (CDT)

Event Details

Live Webinar: Ethical Cultural Considerations and Advocacy in Serving Latinx Individuals and Families

Saturday September 7th, 2024 from 2:00 to 5:15 PM
3 Ethics CEUs
This training seeks to provide attendees with increased knowledge of ethical cultural considerations when treating Latinx-identifying individuals and families. Attendees will gain critical tools and techniques based on intersectionality theory to serve the Latinx community in individual, group, and family therapy. After this training, providers will have a thorough knowledge of the diversity within the Latinx community which will contribute to their ability to better treat and advocate for them in clinical and community settings. 


Objectives include:

1. Explore current research on ethical cultural considerations for the Latinx community.
​2. Examine intersectional approaches to providing treatment to Latinx individuals and families.
​3. Determine effective advocacy techniques and interventions for clinicians serving Latinx individuals and families.
4. Gain tools and strategies that promote emotional safety and belonging for the Latinx community. 

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This course meets criteria for 3 hours of ethics continuing education by the Oklahoma Board of Behavioral Health for Oklahoma LPC and LMFT license holders, by the Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Social Workers (provider #20240088) for Oklahoma LCSW license holders, by the Oklahoma Board of Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselors (certificate #20240018) for LADC and CADC license holders, and for Oklahoma case managers (3 ethics CEUs).

Dr. Christine Coleman

Dr. Christine Coleman is the Founder and CEO of POC Thriving, a private practice specializing in the intersection of mental health and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Dr. Coleman holds over 15 years of clinical training, predominantly in service to marginalized communities. Dr. Coleman’s current practice prioritizes the psychological and emotional wellbeing of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, people of color) professionals. Dr. Coleman also supports companies and organizations with mental health, inclusivity, and belonging initiatives so they can better prioritize the psychological wellbeing and retention of employees, particularly those of color. Dr. Coleman has trained leading companies like Pinterest, Business Wire, Coursera, Udemy, Mulesoft by Salesforce, and the Major League Baseball Network. Dr. Coleman has been a featured contributor to prestigious media outlets including Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, Vogue, MSN, and Huffington Post. Dr. Coleman is an internationally recognized speaker and has spoken at Yale’s Mental Health Conference, UC Berkeley’s Women of Color Conference, the American College Health Association (ACHA), and more. 


Dr. Coleman received the University of San Francisco’s “Living the Mission” award for her dedication to serving women and girls. Dr. Coleman is the Founder and Executive Director of Sol Sisters Inc., a nonprofit with a mission to help women overcome societal barriers by providing educational and empowering experiences that promote personal and professional evolution. Dr. Coleman is also an Executive Coach to women of color leaders and recently founded the Women of Color Thriving Collective, a group coaching program and network for women of color executives that prioritizes their mental health and wellbeing.


Dr. Coleman holds a B.S. in Psychology from Azusa Pacific University, a Master’s in Counseling Psychology from the University of San Francisco, a license to practice Marriage and Family Therapy in California, and a Ph.D in Marriage and Family Therapy from Eastern University.