It is imperative for people of color to rededicate ourselves to improving our mental and physical health, while building relational skills that increase opportunity and the availability of resources to individuals and the community.
Many of us have been taught to harness our anger from experiencing racism into energy to propel us towards success. We are instructed to push down or deny other emotions, like sadness and fear because too many feels get in the way of our survival.
The New HIV: Clinical Implications and Ethical Practice for the 21st Century June 18, 2013 8:30 am – 4:30 pm 1050 Connecticut Ave NW 10th Floor Washington, DC 20036 An HIV diagnosis is no longer the death sentence it used to be. Medical advances have transformed being HIV Positive from […]
SAVE THE DATE: HIV and ETHICS Workshop MAY 15, 2013 Join Envision Therapeutic Services on May 15,2013 for a day of training on HIV/AIDS related issues and implications for clinical practice. This day-long, 6 credit course will offer 3 Ethics credits as well as satisfy the DC Licensing Board requirements for specialized HIV training for […]