Dr. Mollie Innocent-Cupid
Commencing her career by working with women facing chronic mental illness in a group home in New Jersey, Mollie's journey has been marked by a commitment to diverse mental health interventions. Over the past decade, she has extended her expertise, providing mental health treatment to individuals in their communities, children in schools, and veterans in outpatient settings. Mollie's dedication to trauma-informed care is a cornerstone of her practice.
Day 2 Session 6C - Taking An Intergenerational Approach to Healing
Utilizing the concept of the "looking glass self," this training aims to enhance the healing of the BIPOC community by better understanding and assessing for the clients' sense of self through their family history. Many BIPOC individuals experience chronic marginalization in society, which directly impacts their mental and emotional well-being. Through thorough assessments, a culturally humble approache and a trauma-informed focus, therapists can help break generational pains while empowering clients to live more authentic and fulfilling lives.
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ClinicianFest By The Numbers
Days Virtual Conference for Clinicians
Sessions from innovators and disrupters in Mental Health, advocacy, and allied fields
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ClinicianFest is a 503c organization. Proceeds from ClinicianFest are used to fund the co-pays of those in need of mental health services but unable to afford such services in their entirety. We partner with over 216 vendors, agencies, private practitioners, and community support programs to support aid in communities with scarce mental healthcare access and resources. To date, we have assisted over 1100 clients in getting the care and aid they need on their journey.