The Psychology of Wonder Woman: Five Important Lessons on Leadership from an Amazon Warrior.
Inspired by the iconic warrior of peace, Dr. Patty Evans will discuss how five basic Wonder Woman principles can be the key to successful Community Leadership. Those with high emotional intelligence can quickly read a room, clue into subterfuge, and more easily show respect and empathy. Dr. Evans will teach how leaders from underrepresented communities can develop their emotional intelligence and learn how to use it to their advantage to manage their team to greater success.
- Learn the Five Wonder Woman Principles of Leadership
- Understand the importance of emotional intelligence for connection and persuasion
- Learn and practice some of the tools that can be used to lead teams to greater success
Program Length: 8 hours
Intimate Partner Violence: Hidden Victims of Sexual, Gender, and Relationship Minorities and Special Populations
The Mental Health Community’s efforts to address domestic and intimate partner violence (DIPV) have often neglected members of the kink, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (KLGBT) populations and men. Heterosexual women are primarily targeted for DIPV screening, community support and intervention despite the similar or greater prevalence of DIPV in KLGBT individuals and its detrimental mental and physical health affects. In this course we will highlight the burden of DIPV in KLGBT relationships, discuss how KLGBT and traditional heterosexual relationships, discuss how KLGBT and traditional heterosexual DIPV differ, and outline steps clinicians can take to address DIPV in their KLGB patients.
The course goal is to familiarize the mental health community’s professional on non-traditional sexual identities and lifestyles highlight the burden of DIPV in KLGBT relationships, discuss how KLGBT and traditional heterosexual relationships, discuss how KLGBT and traditional heterosexual DIPV differ, and outline steps clinicians can take to address DIPV in their KLGB patients.
Understand the burden of intimate partner violence in special populations
Understand the differences in traditional IPV and Special population IPV
Learn Steps the mental health professional can take to address IPV with special populations