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Identifying & Combating Implicit Bias in the Clinical Setting - ZOOM Seminar

January 29, 2021 - 8:30 am to 11:45 am
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There are many ways that our experiences, attitudes, and implicit biases influence our behavior and how we interpret and approach individuals and situations. For those who provide services in a clinical setting, these implicit or unconscious biases can have an adverse effect on the delivery of quality care, despite the best of intentions. This ZOOM seminar will help you learn to recognize your own biases, and reflect on how they may impact and impede your interactions with clients.  Specific strategies will be presented to help you mitigate and combat implicit bias in your practice. Click here for a complete flyer.

Featuring: Tara Doaty, PhD, founder and CEO of Sage Wellness Group, LLC in Baltimore, MD and Jennifer Kelman, PhD, director of the Child Welfare Academy at the Institute for Innovation and Implementation at the University of Maryland, School of Social Work in Baltimore, MD.

Please note: This seminar is being offered as a ZOOM presentation. CEU will be awarded for registrants that complete 100% of the seminar.

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