Impostor Syndrome: Am I good enough?

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Training Details

Event Dates and Timeframe
Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 10:00 AM until 11:00 AM
Location and Delivery Method
Delivery Method
Online / Web Delivered
Software
Zoom
Support Website
https://zoom.us
Cost Range
FREE

Host And Instructor

Host
NW Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network (MHTTC)
Instructor
Aleks Martin, MSW, LSWAIC, SUDP
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Training Overview Description

Join Aleks Martin, MSW, LSWAIC, SUDP, for a live webinar on the third Wednesday of the month at 10AM to 11AM Alaska Time on a variety of topics related to provider well-being. Additionally, a podcast will accompany each month’s topic to expand on educational opportunities. Podcasts will generally be available the week following each webinar.

Event-specific Details

Identify healthy practices that individual providers can adopt and recognize stressors through a trauma-informed lens.

Presenter

Aleks Martin, LSWAIC, SUDP, A/M Consulting & Clinical Services, (s/he pronouns, but they is ok) has been in the health and social service field for over 20 years. Aleks was drawn to the LGBTQI2+ community in their mid-twenties working for a national HIV-prevention study with youth called, Young Asian Men’s Study (YAMS). As a graduate of the University of Washington’s School of Social Work - Masters Program, Aleks developed their skills as a mental health clinician and social justice advocate. Aleks’ perspectives where shifted and allowed them to have a wider lens for diversity, inclusion and equity. Aleks was inspired to start a private practice to address the special needs of the LGBTQI2+ and BBIPOC (Black, Brown, Indigenous and People of Color), particularly Queer and Trans Asian and Pacific Islander people dealing with unique and special issues that intersect with race/culture and gender/sexuality like coming out, spiritual conflicts, cultural dissonance, gender transition, social navigation at work and other environments, interpersonal relationships from intimacy to friendships, understanding relationships with non-LGBTQI2+ partner(s), and more.