Clinical Interventions and Best Practices with Arab and Arab American Populations

Course Code: SWBPARA

Instructor: Wardeh C. Hattab, LCSW

Date: Wednesday January, 9th, 2019

Time:  6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Cost:  $105.00

The workshop will provide an overview of clinical considerations in working with Arab and Arab-American populations. The presentation will focus on discussions around social and political influences that impact the community (including issues related to colonialism, present-day racial profiling, immigration and acculturation, LGBTQ dynamics, and varying religious sects). This workshop will address best approaches and discuss limitations of Euro-American clinical interventions.

CE Hours: 3

 


About the Instructor:

Hattab, Wardeh C. | LCSW

Wardeh C. Hattab is a licensed clinical social worker and has worked in a variety of agency and clinical settings. Currently she works in a public hospital and operates a private practice. She specializes in working with LGBTQ persons of color, immigrants experiencing bicultural issues, and individuals who identify with kink and alternative lifestyles. She is a board member of Tarab NYC and facilitates support groups for the organization. She has presented on a variety of topics including work with LGBTQ persons from the Middle East/North African region, alternative lifestyles within communities of color, and substance abuse treatments.


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PHONE REGISTRATION: (212) 650-3850

QUESTIONS ABOUT THE COURSE: (212) 396-7610

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