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Continuing Education

Whether you are an educator, administrator, clinician, or activist, it’s time for unity and clarity around supporting families and communities.

The Liberation-Based Healing conferences, workshops, and events present strategies that promote relational healing and liberation from the oppressive patterns that structure society.

Participants learn to apply social justice to the criminal justice system, community and domestic violence, education, immigration policy, mental health and wellness, religious and spiritual practices, poverty, and youth empowerment.

2013 Conference Information

Join Liberation-Based Healing practitioners for Domestic, Youth and Community Violence: Liberatory Practices, a pre-conference workshop at the Annual Convention of the Puerto Rican Psychological Association

Date: Thursday, November 14, 2013

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Ponce Hilton, Puerto Rico

Click here to register for the conference in Puerto Rico

2014 Conference Information

Thank you to everyone that attended the 2012 conference in Portland, OR. Additional dialogues will be held throughout the year. Please visit www.liberationbasedhealing.org for more. 

The Liberation-Based Healing Conference will be back in Portland in October 2014. Contact us at 503-768-6040 or cce@lclark.edu and ask to join the LBH mailing list for updates. 

About Liberation-Based Healing

Liberation-based healing invokes critical dialogues and social action around empowerment, accountability  and inclusion among individuals, families, and communities.  This paradigm of healing departs from the colonizing practices of traditional mental health and family therapy. As part of a complex mosaic of intersectionality, individuals are seen in relation to their culture, race, gender, and sexual orientation, as well as their social, political and historical contexts.