Renound family therapist Rhea V. Almeida, MS, PhD joined the Ackerman Alumni Association lecture series last week to present Critical Consciousness as a Foundational Structure for Healing Practices. Dr. Almeida’s rich presentation explored ways in which personal dynamics are intrinsically embedded within social, economic, and political contexts, as she illustrated through videotaped case presentations and experiential interaction with lecture attendees. Ackerman faculty member, David Kezur, LCSW opened the evening with introductory words about Dr. Almeida’s impressive history as a family therapist, trainer, founder, and author. We are grateful to have had the opportunity to host Dr. Almeida for this powerful and enlightening evening!
Open to Ackerman Alumni and guests, this evening lecture series provides an opportunity for alumni to earn CEUs while strengthening their relationships a community of family therapists. Learn more about the Ackerman Alumni Association.
Join us on Friday, March 10th for our next lecture organized by the Ackerman Alumni Association, Kink and Nonmonogamy in Couples, presented by Margaret Nichols, PhD.
David Kezur, LCSW and Rhea Almeida, MS, PhD