[Amcd-aapi] FW: You're invited to AMCD: Mindfulness and Narrative Techniques for Asian... (Feb 27, 2019)
jhyun at spu.edu
Fri Feb 22 15:55:26 PST 2019
Dr. Monica Band provides an AMCD webinar on AAPI.
Please register and attend if you are available.
It’s free when you include your ACA number into the promotion code section.
Jung (June) Hyun, Ph.D.
She/her/hers; what is this?<https://www.mypronouns.org/what-and-why/>
Associate Professor, Chair, Interim Director of Clinical Training (2018-2019)
SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERSITY | SPU.EDU
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Subject: You're invited to AMCD: Mindfulness and Narrative Techniques for Asian... (Feb 27, 2019)
You are invited to the following event:
AMCD: Mindfulness and Narrative Techniques for Asian American Issues <https://www.eventbrite.com/e/amcd-mindfulness-and-narrative-techniques-for-asian-american-issues-tickets-56146452551?ref=enivtefor001&invite=MTU4ODE0NTEvamh5dW5Ac3B1LmVkdS8w%0A&utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=inviteformalv2&utm_term=eventpage>
Event to be held at the following time and date:
Wednesday, February 27, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 2:20 PM (EST)
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Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development and AAPI Presents:
Mindfulness and Narrative Techniques for Addressing Asian American Issues in Counseling
This webinar is also co-sponsored by AAPI
On Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 from 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm EST
Dr. Monica P. Band, Ed.D., CRC, NCC
Monica P. Band, Ed.D., CRC, NCC is an Assistant Professor of Counseling at Marymount University, Virginia Counselors Association President, Member of the American Counseling Association’s (ACA) Presidential Task Force: Cultural Encounters, Member of the Association for Adult Development and Aging Emerging Adult Task Force, and Member of the ACA’s Branch Development Committee. Her general research interests include multicultural counseling and pedagogy, career development, Asian American issues, multicultural identity development, application of clinical practice working with biracial/ethnic and multiracial/ethnic populations. Her professional experiences include: residential counseling services, rehabilitation state agency services, community outpatient settings, crisis response services, and, most recent, individual/couples counseling in a private practice setting. She is the recipient of the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development’s 2018 Exemplarity Diversity Leadership Award as well as the 2018 Humanitarian and Caring Person of the Year Award by the Prince William County Regional Counselors Association. She continues to contribute to the profession through service, leadership, and contributing to peer-reviewed publications and referred personations at the international, national, regional, and state levels. She is a co-host of the CounselorAudioSource 2.0 Podcast on the PodTalk Network.
This event is moderated by:
Asha S. Dickerson, PhD, LPC, NCC, CPCS
Assistant Professor & Co-Director of Training of Counseling, Argosy University Atlanta
AMCD Southern Region Representative
Follow me on Instagram @dr_ashasd
Attendees during this presentation can expect practical examples of applied techniques to clients who identify as Asian American and have issues related to their cultural identity development. Specifically, Dr. Band will provide examples using mindfulness and narrative techniques, of which she has experience in practicing with Asian American clients. Issues related to acculturation, model minority myth, intraethnic othering, power/privilege dynamics, multiple race/ethnicities, as well as culture-bound syndromes will be briefly discussed as considerations for conceptualizing client cases. Attendees are encouraged to share their lived experiences and professional expertise to co-construct a dialogue related to ethically and effectively working with Asian American clients.
The zoom link for this webinar will be emailed approximately 24 hours before the scheduled event to the email you used to register for a ticket. Please kindly add the Event Brite platform to your safe sender list or check your junk mail. This is a recorded webinar for future AMCD use. As such, we remind you to kindly mute your devices as you are joining our meeting. The presenter will allocate time towards the end of the webinar for any questions the guest might have. Guests are welcome to type their questions into the chat box or ask questions verbally. By asking questions verbally, you agree to AMCD’s media recording rights and understand that your voice, as well as your video, will be recorded as well. Moreover, the AMCD Professional Development Committee holds the rights to dismiss guests, mute guests, and moderate guests as needed.
Desa Karye Daniel, M.A., LMHC (NM), NCC
AMCD Professional Development Committee
dkdaniel at unm.edu<mailto:dkdaniel at unm.edu>
University of New Mexico
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