Healing, Mental Wellness And The Blues


The announcement below targets WOC therapist however bay area residents seeking local WOC therapists may want to take note too.


The Multicultural Vision Committee at Women’s Therapy Center is pleased to announce that we are hosting a no-fee, monthly peer consultation and support group for therapists of color.

Trainees, interns, pre and post-licensed therapists are invited to attend. We are welcoming all therapists of color in the Bay Area community and we thought the group would be especially appealing to therapists who have entered the profession in the last 5 to 10 years.

The second meeting will be on Saturday, November 3, 2007 from 2:00 – 3:30pm in the group room downstairs at WTC.

New people welcome.
One idea for the group is to encourage therapists of color to have an active voice in the psychotherapy profession. The group is also a chance to get to know each other and share our experience and expertise.

Margarita Molina, MFT Intern and ATP (Advanced Training Program) intern at Women’s Therapy Center, says, “I’ve had ‘my struggles’ of finding ‘my power and privilege’ as a Latina therapist. Am I the only one in the Psychotherapy field with this dilemma? I sure hope not! Come and share your experiences.”

Join us on November 3, 2007 and if the time and date are not going to work for you, please let Margarita know. We want to create this group together and together we will find our very powerful voice!

For information:
Call Margarita Molina, ATP Intern
at 510-496-3466, ext. 13
Women’s Therapy Center
501 Kearney (at Central),
El Cerrito, CA 94530

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