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Coordinated by Christine Haasz, Psy.D., the Mental Health Clinicians Consultation Group at the Bradbury-Sullivan Center is a free monthly peer consultation group for clinicians working with LGBTQ+ clients. It is also open to clinicians who want to increase competency in this area. Graduate students can attend if they are accompanied by a clinical supervisor for practicum or internship. Otherwise, students cannot observe or join the group.
The group typically meets virtually on the last Friday of the month from 10:00am-11:30am; monthly emails are sent confirming the dates and how to join the meeting.
Meetings are being held virtually via Zoom. The Health Programs and Supportive Services Manager joins the meetings as a liason for the Center. The group focuses on conceptualizing cases, providing feedback, sharing resources, facilitating referrals, and advocating for better mental health treatment for the community.
Reach out to Dr. Haasz directly for information on joining the group.