Compassion enables us to appreciate people who challenge our beliefs and values while veracity continues to question assumptions which can guide us to objectivity. How does one then becomes a culturally responsive member of the community? It is important to be familiar with the knowledge of individual and social biases, cultural values, and power structures. Understanding these concepts is essential to cultivating inclusion from within.GET TICKETS HEREABOUT THE SPEAKER
Ivy received her Master’s in Counselling Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) from the University of San Francisco in California and completed her undergraduate degree in International Relations from San Francisco State University. Following the completion of her Masters, Ivy worked in a non-profit community-based health service centre in San Francisco to provide comprehensive behavioural health services to adolescents, at-risk youth and low-income families where she conducted individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy, and case management services. She also served as a youth advocate and coordinated with probation officers under the Intensive Home Based Supervision Program and conducted early periodic screening, diagnostic and treatment for children under the age of 21.
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