2420: Language Justice and Therapy

2420:  Language Justice and Therapy.  Language Justice and Therapy combines therapy language and ethics.  It brings attention to common words and phrases used by clients and therapists that can have unintended and unhelpful meanings. These meanings are often grounded in existing cultural biases. The workshop identifies some common phrases linked to cultural biases and strategizes how to work with these phrases with clients. Presented by:  Joseph V. Keegan, LCSW.  Member: $50 / Non-Member $85.  3.00 Clinical or Ethical CEU. Pre-registration is required to be awarded CEU credit.


Cancellations must be submitted in writing and received  three days prior to the workshop.  An administrative fee of $15 will be deducted from the reimbursement.

Presenter Bio

Joseph V. Keegan, LCSW has 42 years of experience in child welfare, mental health, education, therapy, teaching and homeless services.  He currently consults about data, outcomes and child welfare services.  He has taught at LSU School of Social Work, served on the LSU Institutional Review Board and retired six times, so far. He is married for 37 years, has four daughters and 2 grandchildren. He loves teaching, supervision, research and trauma focused services.

6/7/2024 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Terrebonne General-Medial Atrium Auditorium 8166 Main Street Houma 70360

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