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You are cordially invited to attend a Behavioral Health Lecture

When: Friday, July 28, 2017

Topic: Oppression—A Trauma Informed Perspective

Presenter: Danny Gladden, MBA, MSW, LCSW Behavioral Health Response

Time: Lecture 8am—9:30am Registration & Continental Breakfast begin at 7:30am

LOCATION: CenterPointe Hospital Gym (tallest bldg. toward back/right side of campus) 4801 Weldon Spring Parkway St. Charles (Weldon Spring), MO 63304

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Oppression continues to be a daily part of American culture and barriers experienced by op-pressed populations can have an overwhelming impact on their emotional and psychological wellbeing. Many persons experience cumulative incidents of oppression as traumatic. These traumas often manifest functional, emotional and psychological disturbances. Providers working with individuals from oppressed populations should engage these individuals through a trauma in-formed lens.

CEUs: 1.5 CEUs for Social Work and Addiction Counseling. A Certificate of Attendance verifying 1.5 clock hours will be awarded for other disciplines to submit to their licensing boards.

RSVP: 636-477-2157 or Email
There is NO COST to attend this educational activity!

About the Presenter: Danny Gladden, MBA, MSW, LCSW, is a community social worker and leader with Behavioral Health Response, BHR. Danny oversees Business Development at BHR, working to expand real time access to mental health services throughout the United States.

Danny is an Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor of Social Work at St. Louis University. Danny has been a human services and social work educator since 2010. Danny’s areas of clinical practice include crisis intervention, suicide prevention & adolescent sexual health. Danny presents regularly on suicide assessment & prevention, anti-oppression & trauma and LGBTQ sexual health. Danny serves on the early career taskforce for the American Association of Suicidology.

Danny received his BS from the University of Missouri Columbia, MBA from the University of Texas and his Masters in Social Work from the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University.