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Friday Forum Encore: Addressing the Neurological Cascade Associated with Urban Poverty
Metropolitan State University, Midway Campus (Lower Level, Room P)
1450 Energy Park Drive
St. Paul MN, 55108
Friday, May 12, 2017, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM CDT
Category: Friday Forum Encores
Addressing the Neurological Cascade Associated with Urban Poverty
May 12, 2017
Friday Forums are cosponsored with the
About the program:
Please note: You must attend the full 3-hour program to get continuing education credit for the event.
This session qualifies for 3.0 continuing education credits.
Participants will be able to:
About the presenters:
Ted Thompson, M.Eq., LP, is a Master's level Licensed Psychologist in private practice who studied at University of Minnesota College of Education, Counseling and Student Personnel Program. Mr. Thompson is recognized for his expertise in child and adolescent development. He has presented on issues of foster care parenting, cultural dynamics and identity formation for adopted children as well as grief and loss issues in the adoption process. He has been a contracted clinical consultant for several agencies, including: African American Family Services, Domestic Abuse Project, African American Adoption Agency, Volunteers of America and several Hennepin County programs addressing children's mental health, foster care, and adoption. He has often served as a featured presenter on the topic of Cultural Wellness with the Project Murua: Pre-Meditated Parenting Boot Camp. Mr. Thompson also works in Addiction Recovery and Trauma History Narrative work.
The Minnesota Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Minnesota Psychological Association maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
ACCESSIBILITY ACCOMMODATIONS: If you need disability related accommodations, including parking, to make this event accessible, please contact the Metropolitan State University Center for Accessibility Resources, 651-793-1549, or Accessibility.Resources@metrostate.edu.
MPA Event Refund Policy: A 100% refund will be made if the event is cancelled. Refunds, less a $5 handling fee, will be given if a written cancellation is received at least two working days before the scheduled program begins. Transfer of fee to another program is granted if written cancellation notice is received at least one day before the program. No refund or transfer is given the day of the program.
Contact: For questions contact MPA Administrative Director Rhea Sullivan at 952-564-3048