Wed, Mar 14|
¡Hablan los Doctores! de Ruiseñor
Ruiseñor is offering monthly salon-style clinical training seminars on Latino mental health and cultural competence in clinical practice and community work.
Time & Location
Mar 14, 2018, 12:00 PM
Ruiseñor Psychological, 501 S McClelland St, Santa Maria, CA 93454, USA
About The Event
Ruiseñor Psychological, a leader in Latino mental health and cultural competence training in Santa Maria and the greater Central Coast, is pleased to announce monthly salon-style clinical training seminars on Latino mental health and cultural competence in clinical practice and community work.
Dr. Dalia Ruiz, PsyD, Founder and CEO of Ruiseñor Psychological, cordially invites you to participate in these extraordinary clinical training seminars in Latino mental health and cultural competence.
These monthly seminars are offered to licensed clinical psychologists, MFTs, LCSWs, physicians, nurses, graduate students in clinical psychology, college faculty, public health workers, and immigration attorneys.
¡Hablan los Doctores! is presented by psychologist and scholar-practitioner, Salvador Treviño, PhD of Ruiseñor Psychological. Dr. Treviño has over 26 years of teaching, training, and supervising MFTs and psychologists, and 35 years of clinical expertise in Latino mental health and cultural competence.
Dr. Treviño’s monthly training seminars focus on culturally relevant conceptualizations of mood disorders, ADHD, conduct disorders, PTSD, immigration trauma, “resistance” to treatment, and “no - shows.” Topics also include culturally informed wraparound services, interactions with community schools, juvenile probation, social workers, community agencies, and culturally informed service plans, assessments, and interventions.
When: First Wednesday of each month beginning February 7, 2018
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Where: Ruiseñor Psychological
501 S. McClelland St.,
Santa Maria, CA. 93454
Cost: $25 per monthly seminar for licensed clinicians
$10 for graduate students (scholarships)
The cost of the seminars includes lunch
For more information contact:
Salvador Treviño, PhD / Professional Development Coordinator
805-332-3260 or firstname.lastname@example.org