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Webinar-Count on Me

  • 05/15/2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online


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Webinar - Count on Me

Our society has always been a complex melting pot of individuals. Throughout the years, people have spoken out against all types of injustice. However, many of these individuals come from groups that are disenfranchised due to prejudice and biases in society, both in the macro and micro sense. As therapists, it is our responsibility to use our privilege and power to embolden our clients both in our sessions and in the world.

To complete this task, we must first look within ourselves and confront our own biases. Then, we must actively support our clients to speak up on their own behalf and then fight against prejudices in the outside world.

This webinar will give one inside look regarding the multifaceted experience of oppressed individuals and provide tools to best support them.

Learning Objectives:

        To gain understanding of allyship and its importance to clients

        To learn and confront personal privilege and biases

        To learn how to support clients both inside our sessions and outside in our environment.

One NBCC clock hour earned.

Registration fees:

  • MCA Non-members: $15.00
  • MCA members: $10.00 
  • Students/Retired: $5.00

Presenter's bio:

Kristina Wright, LCPC has worked in different areas of the therapeutic world including psychiatric rehabilitation facilities, substance abuse centers, the public school system and outpatient mental health clinics. Ms. Wright has experience working with individuals with anxiety disorders, panic disorders, post-traumatic stress disorders, co-occurring disorders, adjustment disorders, mood disorders, interpersonal issues, and self-esteem issues. Her approach consists of cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy and Rogerian therapy. Kristina earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Clemson University in 2007, and went on to obtain her Masters in Counseling Psychology at Towson University in 2009. She obtained her LCPC in June 2013.


The Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) is an NBCC - Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No 2021. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. MCA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.  

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