The Impact of Historical Trauma on Children of Color and How Counselors Can Best This Population

Webinar

1 CE Hour

“The Impact of Historical Trauma on Children of Color and How Counselors Can Best This Population”

Tiffany Wilson, PhD, LCMHC
Kamille Hayslett, Ed.S
Viktoreya Edwards, LPCA, Ed.S

Location

Online

Presentation Date/Time

Ongoing

This presentation aims to provide definitions of historical trauma, intergenerational trauma, post-traumatic slave syndrome and its persistent impact on the overall well-being of children of color. Presenters will educate and provide interventions to better equip attendees to provide culturally competent care to build trust and rapport with clients from this population.

Objectives:

  • Following this presentation, participants will be able to identify the specific characteristics of historical trauma, intergenerational trauma, post-traumatic slave syndrome and its origins specifically impacting children of color.
  • Following this presentation, participants will be able to understand the perpetual and prevalent ways in which historical trauma impacts the psychosocial behaviors, physical health, and academic performance of children of color.
  • Following this presentation, participants will be able to utilize the interventions provided to help build trust, rapport, and understanding when working with clients from this population.

About the Speakers

Tiffany Wilson, PhD, LCMHC

Speaker Bio

Dr. Tiffany Wilson is an Assistant Professor and School Counseling Program Coordinator in the Professional Counseling Program at MTSU. Kamille Hayslett, Ed.S. is an Adjunct Faculty for MTSU in the School of Nursing and is a full-time Therapist. Viktoreya Edwards, LPCA, Ed.S, TLPCA Board Member works in a private practice.

Kamille Hayslett, Ed.S

Speaker Bio

Kamille Hayslett received her Ed.S in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Middle Tennessee State University. She serves as an Adjunct Faculty for MTSU where she provides instructional assistance in Motivational Interviewing skills for undergraduate nursing students. She also currently works as a full-time Therapist at Omni Community Health.

Viktoreya Edwards, LPCA, Ed.S

Speaker Bio

Victoria Edwards earned her Ed.S in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Middle Tennessee State University. She received her LPCA in 2020. She works in a private practice providing services to children and their parents in and out of the foster care system. She uses play therapy and PCIT interventions.

Presenter Contact

If you any questions, please contact Robin Lee.

TLPCA Contact

If you any questions, please contact Robin Lee.