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BT06 Dialogue 05 - Multicultural Therapy - Kenneth Hardy, PhD & Monica McGoldrick, MA, HDL


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Dialogue
Category:
Brief Therapy Conference |  Brief Therapy Conference 2006
Faculty:
Kenneth Hardy, PhD |  Monica McGoldrick, PhD
Duration:
1:05:46
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Original Program Date :
Dec 08, 2006
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Educational Objectives:

  1. To become aware of the differing approaches to brief therapy and to describe the strengths and weaknesses in each approach.

*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*

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Kenneth Hardy, PhD's Profile

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KENNETH HARDY, PhD, is Professor of Family Therapy at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Director of the Eikenberg Institute for Relationships in New York City, where he maintains a private practice specializing in working with children, families and trauma. Dr. Hardy's work has been featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC's 20/20, Dateline NBC and PBS. He is a frequent presenter at conferences devoted to understanding the needs of traumatized youth and their families. He has published extensively in the field and is the co-author of Teens Who Hurt: Clinical Interventions for Breaking the Cycle of Youth Violence, and Minorities and Family Therapy. 


Monica McGoldrick, PhD's Profile

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Director of the Multicultural Family Institute in Highland Park, NJ. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Received the American Family Therapy Academy Award for Distinguished Contribution to Family Therapy and Practice. Known internationally for her contributions to family therapy, best-selling books (including You Can Go Home Again: Reconnecting With Your Family), as well as her unique gifts as a lecturer, has influenced an entire generation of students and therapists. Her latest book, Revisioning Family Therapy: Race, Culture and Gender in Clinical Practice, lays out the possibilities of revisioning family therapy for the culturally diverse 21st century. 


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