Join us for our next webinar
Addressing Racial Trauma And Police Violence In Mental Health Emergencies
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
10–11:30 am PDT / 1–2:30 pm EDT
Cheryl D. Wills, MD, DFAPA, Director, Child and Adolescent Forensic Psychiatric Services, UH Cleveland Medical Center; Chairperson of APA Presidential Task Force on the Effects of Structural Racism Throughout Psychiatry
Steven Marans, MSW, PhD, Director, National Center for Children Exposed to Violence/Childhood Violent Trauma Center at the Yale Child Study Center; Founder, Child Development-Community Policing Program
Ronnell A. Higgins, MA, Chief of Police & Director of Public Safety at Yale University
Tracey-Ann George, LCSW, MHA, Psychotherapist and Consultant
Matthew Goldman, MD, MS, Medical Director for Comprehensive Crisis Services in the San Francisco Department of Public Health
About SSPC Webinars
Moderated by Kenneth Fung and Anna Fiskin, the SSPC Webinar Series features the latest hot topics in Cultural Psychiatry. Join in our webinar, enjoy our keynote presentations, and participate in live interactive discussions and exchange with colleagues around the world. The SSPC is a nonprofit, interdisciplinary organization devoted to furthering research, clinical care, and education in cultural aspects of mental health and illness. We aim to promote cultural psychiatry in North American professional groups and to collaborate with national and international organizations in the development of policy and practice. Primarily rooted in North America, we provide an interface for domestic and international interests of cultural psychiatry and mental health.
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