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“Men to Boys”: Multicultural Counseling through a Male Lens

New Jersey Association for Multicultural Counseling conference, Friday, November 7, 2014 (8:00 am to 4:00 pm)

Keynote: Multicultural Counseling with Men; Adventures in Returning Home. Roberto Schiraldi, EdD,

Conference Overview
This conference will focus on helping to sensitize therapists and others to the unique perspectives that impact men’s lives, especially given their particular cultural backgrounds, so that we might improve our ability to create a welcoming and empowering counseling relationship. The day is planned to provide a nourishing and supportive environment in which to interact with other caring professionals who are committed to making a real difference in the world – to reduce the violence and to make it safer and healthier for all. The conference will provide a variety of presentations and workshops designed to assist clinicians in working with boys and men from multicultural backgrounds.

For more information click on the 2014  Annual Conference brochure. Conference Questions? Call Roberto Schiraldi, President, 609-419-8900

Registration

Location: Conference Center at Mercer (Mercer County Community College, 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor, NJ 08550

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Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington speaking at Carl Fields Center: “It’s time for class.”

“This session will engage the importance of greater class consciousness for building a more inclusive Princeton.”  Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington will lead this event on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 at 6 pm at the Carl Fields Center, Princeton University.

Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington speaking at Princeton U.

Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington speaking at Princeton U.

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Jennifer L. Eberhardt, Stanford University social psychologist,  was named a 2014 MacArthur Fellow for her work “regarding visual attention and racial bias in modern policing and criminal sentencing [. She] offers concrete demonstrations that stereotypic associations between race and crime directly impact how individuals behave and make decisions.”

Seen on the Kiosk

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