El Rostro del Trauma en la Comunidad Latina

Featuring:

Garlene Guadron, LPC
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Monday, May 21, 2018 12:00 am
- 1:00 am ET

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Este seminario es una introducción a las respuestas emocionales y físicas después de un evento o eventos traumáticos. La información en esta presentación gira específicamente a la comunidad Latina

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This webinar is an introduction to the emotional and physical responses after a traumatic event or events. The information in this presentation specifically revolves around the Latino community.

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Presenter(s) Biography

Garlene Guadron, LPC

Garlene Guadron

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Garlene Guadron es una Consejera Profesional (LPC) bilingüe y trabaja en una clínica médico e integrado con la salud mental en Texas. Se graduó de la Universidad del Incarnate Word con una concentración en Psicología y recibió su Maestría en Conserjería de Comunidad de la Universidad de Texas en San Antonio.

Ella también ha trabajado como consejera bilingüe en una agencia que brindan terapia a familias, parejas, e individuales de varias edades. Ella comenzó a aconsejar menores de edad de Latino América en 2013 como una consejera bilingüe en los refugios internacionales para menores de edad en Texas.

Aquí se centró en la terapia en trauma crónico y agudo, intervención de crisis, variedad de enfermedades de salud mental, y el tráfico humano. Desde entonces, Garlene ha desarrollado una pasión por trabajar con mujeres de América Latina a través de terapias individuales y en grupo.

 

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Garlene Guadron is a bilingual Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) at an Integrated Behavioral Health Clinic in Texas. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from The University of the Incarnate Word and received her Master of Arts in Community Counseling from the University of Texas at San Antonio.

She has since been employed with a non-profit program providing bilingual counseling services to minors, couples, and families of all ages. Garlene began counseling unaccompanied minors from Latin America in 2013 as a bilingual clinician at the International children’s shelters in Texas.

Here she mainly focused ongoing therapy on chronic and acute trauma, crisis intervention, variety of behavioral health illnesses, and human trafficking. Since then, Garlene has developed a passion for working with female from Latin America through individual and group therapy.

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