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Fri, Jun 25

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Systems within Groups: Race, Ethnic, and Cultural Dialogues in Group Therapy

This article discussion will be led by Jodi Thomas, PsyD. Journal Article: Race Dialogues in Group Psychotherapy: Key Issues in Training and Practice by Fred Bemak & Rita Chi-Ying Chung

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 Systems within Groups: Race, Ethnic, and Cultural Dialogues in Group Therapy
 Systems within Groups: Race, Ethnic, and Cultural Dialogues in Group Therapy

Time & Location

Jun 25, 2021, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM PDT

Online via Zoom

About the Event

Jodi Thomas, PsyD, is a Licensed Psychologist and is the Group Therapy Program Coordinator at UNR Counseling Services. She has been working in college counseling since 2008 and at UNR specifically, since 2016. She identifies as a white, queer/pansexual, confused spiritual humanist, middle-class, first generation college student, cis woman, born and raised in the Midwestern US. Her clinical work includes individual and group therapy, outreach and consultation, and she is heavily involved in training and supervision of early career clinicians. She approaches therapy and supervision form a Relational, Feminist, and Humanistic framework. She believes that being in “right relationship” with her clients and others is a significant part of the changing and healing process. Although she is a generalist clinician who works with a variety of concerns, she specializes in working under the wide umbrella of sexuality and gender concerns, attention concerns, queer issues, transgender-affirmative therapy, and women’s issues. She also has great interest in working with disability and with extraordinary states of consciousness. Furthermore, she is an LGBTQ+, Kink, and Poly-affirming/knowledgeable therapist.

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