This workshop is sponsored by Western Oregon Mental Health Alliance (WOMHA).
Early Registration due by October 6, 2017. Enrollment is limited to 50 participants. Registration at door, only if space is available.
October 20, 2017
Broadway CommonsPeru Room #3061300 Broadway St NE Salem, OR 97301
Registration 8:30-9:00 amProgram: 9:00 am-1:30 pm
4 hours CE Credits meeting Ethics CE requirement
This conference has been reviewed and approved by the APA Office Continuing Education in Psychology to offer CE Credits for psychologists. APA CEP Office maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Fees & Registration Fees prior to October 6, 2017: WOMHA member $100.00 Non-WOMHA member: $125
Fees after October 6, 2017 or onsite WOMHA Member: $125Non-WOMHA Member: $150
Send checks payable to WOMHA to: Susan J. Hall, Psy.D.2250 D St. NESalem, OR 97301
Registration is non-refundable
About the PresenterCarlos Taloyo earned undergraduate degrees in Philosophy and Psychology from University of California, Irvine. He received MAs in Theology and Psychology , and his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary. He was a staff psychologist at Oregon State University’s Counseling Center prior to becoming Director of Clinical Training at George Fox University’s (GFU) Graduate Department of Clinical Psychology. Currently, he is clinical faculty at GFU and in private practice. His interests include: training and supervision, group therapy, diversity and multiculturalism, integration of psychology and theology, and relational approaches to psychotherapy. He has previously provided diversity training at Oregon State University, George Fox University, Western Psychological Services, and OHSU’s Avel Gordly Center for Healing.
Learning Objectives1. Articulate a multicultural ethic
2. Define personal/social identities
3. Utilize personal reflections and group work to apply personal/social identities paradigm and explore the impact of these paradigms on therapy
4. Apply a multicultural ethic to conceptualize therapy