Thursday, September 17, 2020 12:00pm to 1:00pm
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Presenter: Nahree Doh, PhD, associate director of clinical and outreach services, UA Counseling Center
This workshop will discuss unique experiences of racial minorities in socio-cultural context. Participants will explore ways in which different forms of racism and microaggression contribute to development of self, interpersonal relationships, and mental health of racial minority. In addition, participants will discuss strategies that racial minorities can utilize to improve overall psychological well-being and promote personal growth.
FACULTY/STAFF SESSION: Sept. 17 at noon https://fall-series-racism-microaggression-f-s.eventbrite.com