IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT: JOURNEY OF BLACK LIVES IN AMERICAN SOCIETY

LECTURES & DISCUSSIONS ON THE TOPIC OF ADOLESCENT YOUTH AS THEY DEVELOP INTO EMERGING ADULTHOOD

LECTURE I: BOYS TO MEN

Lecture I by: Don Trahan, PhD, LPC, NCC, ACS: Counselor Educator & Supervisor, Leader, and Multicultural, Diversity & Inclusion Expert Consultant

October 28, 2017, 11:00am – 2:00pm, First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens Somerset, St. Somerset, NJ 08873

Understanding the experiences of Black boys as they develop in their thinking and knowing who they are: Risk factors and barriers.  Address the question: What ethnically differentiates Black identity development in American society?  Open discussion on the cultural rituals that signify Black boys making the transition into adulthood: Protective factors

LECTURE II: GIRLS TO WOMEN

Lecture II by: Sherritta Hughes, PhD, LPC, ACS: Counselor Educator & Supervisor, Assistant Professor, Past-President of Maryland Association for Multicultural Counseling & Development, Diversity Coordinator Therapist at The College of NJ.

Date in November TBD

LECTURE III: SETTING THE STAGE FOR HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN BOYS & GIRLS/MEN & WOMEN

• WHO SHOULD ATTEND?  COMMUNITY LEADERS, COUNSELORS, TEACHERS, PARENTS & CAREGIVERS OF ADOLESCENTS & YOUNG ADULTS PROFESSIONAL MENTAL HEALTH WORKS COMMUNITY

*PRE-RESISTRATION IS MANDATORY DUE TO LIMITED SEATING.  COST is Free,
but all attendees MUST REGISTER due to limited seats

Email for online registration link: sherrittahughes1@yahoo.com

 

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