Symposium on Latino Mental Health: April 22
Symposium on Latino Mental Health, Education, and Community Engagement
Antioch University Santa Barbara presents a 5-event symposium that explores research, expertise, and cultural competence to reduce disparities in education and mental health service delivery in Latino communities. Faculty and practitioner-scholars from our Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology program will share their research and expertise in matters related to the intersection of Latino/a mental health, the pedagogy of Latino children, and community engagement.
Dates & Times
Symposia are held on January 14, February 25, March 18, April 22, and June 10, 2017, from 8:30 am to 1 pm on each date. The symposium is a series of five events which may be attended individually; attendance at all five is not required.
Program & Theme for Saturday, April 22:
MAESTROS DE LA COMUNIDAD
- Marianne D’Emidio-Caston, PhD – Chair, Education Programs AUSB, Special Education Teacher, Theory of Practice and Pedagogy to Support Resilience in Youth, Community Engagement.
- Gary Delanoeye, EdD – Faculty, AUSB Education Programs, Special Education Teacher, Former Vice Principal California Youth Authority, Culturally Informed Pedagogy of Children with Disabilities, Community College Engagement.
- Leticia Real, MA – Special Education Teacher, Carpinteria Unified School District, Culturally Informed Pedagogy of Latino Children, Latino Community Engagement.
- View the program schedule for April 22 (pdf)