6 Register Online at www.williamjames.edu/ce Multicultural & Global Mental Health Cultural Foundations and Interventions in Latinx Mental Health: History, Theory & Racially Conscious Interventions Friday, April 6, 2018 9:00 am – 4:00 pm at William James College Co-Sponsored by The Lucero Latino Mental Health Program and the Center for Multicultural and Global Mental Health Program Director Mari Carmen Bennasar, PsyD Presenters Hector Y. Adames, PsyD Nayeli Y. Chavez-Dueñas, PhD The primary aim of this conference is to provide an intellectually stimulating forum for attendees to share knowledge that will lead to a better understanding and conceptualization of concerns and vulnerabilities of individuals of Latinx backgrounds. This year, the conference will provide an overview of the diverse cultural roots of Latino/as, exploring both the racial and ethnic differences within the Latino/a community. Theories regarding the heterogeneity of experiences within. The Latino/a population in the U.S. will be reviewed. Steps for developing culturally responsive and racially conscious treatments for Latino/as will be presented. The importance of clinicians working with the Latino/a community of considering Latino/a within group differences when applying traditional cultural values will be discussed. This workshop will present information grounded in current research and literature related to the Latino/a community in the U.S. today. This workshop will provide the participants with both a historical foundation as well as practical interventions for clinicians working with the Latino/a community. LMHP18 | 6 CE Credits | $130 (networking lunch included) Graduate Students, General Public, Other Professionals No CE Credits | $65 (networking lunch included)