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Across the Bridge, LLC. Presents
Asian Americans: Cultural Issues and Effective Treatment Strategies

LIVE, INTERACTIVE WEBINAR

DATE: TBD
LOCATION: Zoom
TIME: TBD   


Join Yuko T. Inzana, MSW, LCSW for an informative and interactive workshop in which participants will leave being able to

                            1.  Identify the diversity, complexity and history of the Asian American population
                            2.  Implement effective and practical strategies to improve the therapeutic alliance by recognizing Asian American’s perspective on mental     

                                   health and social services
                            3.  Develop practical and effective assessment tools and intervention while working with Asian Americans


Course Description
            Asian Americans used to be called “others,” and are currently one of the fastest growing populations in the US.  Studies on Asian American’s mental  

            health issues are limited and they are often referred to as “the model minorities.”  Some studies point out that the misconception and limited 

            knowledge of mental health issues among Asian Americans are the main reasons for their underutilization of treatment and social services.  The 

            workshop will identify the diversity and complexity of Asian Americans and address common clinical and cultural issues.  The participants will also 
            learn effective and practical approaches and techniques to establish a therapeutic alliance with the population.  Case studies are also included in the

            workshop.


Target Audience
            This course is designed for mental health professionals who serve as clinicians, managers, case workers, supervisors/supervisees, students, mentors 

            and educators.


Course content Level
            Intermediate


Agenda-(9:00 am -12:15 pm)
             Workshop Schedule Program Begins: 9:00 am
             Program ends: 12:15 pm
             **There will be one 15 minute break.


             Program Begins (Time 9 am)
             Introduction (9:00-9:10 am)
             Introduction of the presenter
             Overview of today’s workshop and agenda

              Define Asian population in the world (9:10-9:35 am)
             Diversity of Asian population in the world
             Geographical, Religious, Cultural differences among Asians
             History of some of the Asian countries

             Define Asian American population (9:35-10:10 am)
             Break down of Asian Americans by statistics
             Asian American migration history
             Racial Discrimination in Asian Americans
             Increased hate crimes against Asian Americans during the Covid 19 pandemic

             Asian Americans’ common clinical issues (10:10–10:30 am)
             Asian American’s view on mental health, addiction problems
             Asian American’s in a clinical setting
             Impact on Stereotypes

             **BREAK 15 MINUTES (10:30-10:45 am)

            Effective assessment/treatment tools (10:45-11:30 am)
            How to establish a trustful relationship
            Effective approaches
            Culturally Appropriate Assessment
            Culturally specific Diagnosis
            Suicidal ideation in Asian Americans
            Beyond traditional clinical intervention
            Stay where they are
            Effective self-disclosure

            Case Studies (11:30-12:00 pm) Case studies #1, #2, #3

            Q&A (12:00 pm -12:15 pm)

             Program ends (12:15 pm)
    

How to Register
Registration
             On-line: www.yukoinzana.com
             Print registration form and mail
             By Phone: 609-917-4011
     Register and pay with a credit card or request a registration form
              E-mail:[email protected]
              Request a registration form


Deadlines, Cancellation/Refund Policies, Complaints, ADA Needs, Questions/Concerns

             If participants have any questions or concerns or are dissatisfied with any part of the registration process, facilities, non-receipt of certificates,  the    

             presenter or the presentation, or any other complaints, they should contact Yuko T. Inzana, MSW, LCSW, the program administrator directly @

              609-917-4011 or @[email protected]


             In order to assist in the ethical and timely resolution of grievances, Yuko T. Inzana, MSW, LCSW’s Auxiliary Social Work Consultant, Leslie Tsukroff,   

             MSW, LCSW will be actively involved in addressing and resolving all disputes.  


             If the results of the grievance process are unsatisfactory, New Jersey social workers have the option to contact the approving entity, with an option to

             appeal to their licensing board. All complaints will be responded to within 7 days from the receipt of the complaint.


            Full refunds will be given to registrants up until 1 week (7 days) prior to the event. 


            Requests for refunds must be made in writing and mailed to Yuko Inzana, MSW, LCSW, 16 Vandeventer Ave #1 Princeton, NJ 08542 or via e-mail to 

             [email protected] Mail and E-mail registration deadline is 3 days prior to the event (Event date TBD).

             Yuko T. Inzana, MSW, LCSW. would be happy to accommodate your ADA Needs.  Please call (609-917-4011) to discuss at least 2 weeks prior to 

             event.

             If you have any questions, please call Yuko T. Inzana, MSW, LCSW @ 609-917-4011 or e-mail her @ [email protected]


Continuing Education Credit Information

             Asian Americans: Cultural Issues and Effective Treatment Strategies,  Course #xxx is approved by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB)    

             Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program to be offered by Yuko Inzana, MSW, LCSW  as an individual course. Individual courses, not providers,

             are approved at the course level. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be 

             accepted for continuing education credit. ACE course approval period: 4/23/21-4/23/23. Social workers completing this course receive 3 Cultural Competence

             continuing education credits.

 Course Completion
            Live, interactive webinar: Certificates will be e-mailed to all attendees within 7 days:
                    1. Who attend the entire session
                    2. Return a completed course evaluation. 

                    3. Course evaluations will be e-mailed to registrants who attend the entire session, within 30 minutes of the workshop ending.
                    4. Course evaluations may be e-mailed to Yuko Inzana, MSW, LCSW or mailed to the offices of Across the Bridge, LLC., 16 Vandeventer Ave #1

                    Princeton, NJ 08542.


What You Should Know
                  1. Directions on how to register on Zoom will be e-mailed to registrants upon receipt of completed registration and payment One, 15- minute break

                  Ample opportunity to ask questions


Presenter
                 Yuko T. Inzana, MSW, LCSW has been providing clinical treatment for children, adolescents, and adults with anxiety, trauma, LGBTQ issues, cultural identity and family  

                 relationship issues for over 18 years.  She began her private practice in the Princeton area in 2011.  Prior to starting her full time practice in 2017, Yuko has worked in

                 various different settings, including a settlement house for new immigrants, outpatient and residential programs and in a hospital. 

                 Yuko obtained her MSW degree in 2003 from Fordham University and completed her postgraduate training in Bowen Family Systems Theory Level I & II at Rutgers

                 University.

                 As a bilingual and bicultural Clinical Social Worker, Yuko also provided the first DV workshop in Japanese at the Japan Society in NYC in 2003.  She continues to provide

                 various psychoeducational workshops that focus on mental health, social justice and cultural assimilation issues for Japanese immigrants in New Jersey.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Course Title: Asian Americans: Cultural Issues and Effective Course Fee: TBD
Presented by Yuko Inzana, MSW, LCSW

How to Register
Phone: 609-917-4011
E-mail: [email protected]
Mail: Yuko T. Inzana, MSW, LCSW, 16 Vandeventer Ave #1 Princeton, NJ 08542

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