Issues related to race are among the most difficult and least discussed topics in the field of behavioral health. This webinar is designed to raise the awareness of behavioral health providers of the possible overt, subtle, or unintentional ways that organizational policies and service delivery create barriers for individuals who have experienced racial discrimination. The presenters will review the history of racism, how it impacts participants, and what organizations can do to reduce structural barriers for individuals impacted by racism and discrimination.
Target Audience: Behavioral Health Providers; Agency Directors, Managers, Supervisors
** Please Note: This webinar has been approved by NYSED and ACE for 1 Continuing Education (CE) contact hour. For complete instructions on how to obtain CE contact hours, please refer to this document. Please allow 10-12 business days for the processing of CE contact hours.
continuing education, racism, mental health, behaviorial health, history of racism, racial discrimination, structural barriers, service delivery