Fri, Sep 29|
Epigenetics and Marianismo CEU Course
This is a LIVE Virtual Workshop for Clinicians and healers looking to expand their understanding of the impact of Epigenetics in Latinidad. CEU certificate only available for CA Clinicians.
Time & Location
Sep 29, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM PDT
About the event
"Epigenetics & Marianismo: Using Ancestral Knowing to Heal Legacy Wounds”
LatinxTherapy Sponsored CEU Virtual Course for LCSWs, LMFT, ACSW, MFTI
4 CEUs provided by CALMFT*
Curated and Led by: Cynthia Alonzo Perez, LCSW of Rooted in Reflection
Date: Selected Dates throughout 2023, virtually
*ceus only available for CA MSWs, MFTs. Healers outside of CA are welcome to join.
Course title: "Epigenetics & Marianismo: Using Ancestral Knowing to Heal Legacy Wounds”
Materials to bring to Virtual Course: A journal, a pen/pencil, a picture of your family (on your phone is fine).
Course Objective: There is little research done on the effects of Marianismo on emotional wellness. This course will discuss the data around health disparities in Latina women and how colonialism, machismo and religion has historically contributed to women’s role in Marianismo and as a mother. We will discuss how Marianismo in our lineage may come up subconsciously within us and gain awareness and coping tools for this phenomenon.
This course considers the intergenerational experience and traumatic impacts of colonialism and patriarchy on mothers and how that impacts their connection with their children. This course is taught with a lens centered around the often unspoken impacts of Machismo in Latinidad.
Increase the awareness of the effects of colonialism and patriarchy on our nervous system.
Provide common language for clinicians to identify intergenerational patterns in families.
Gain personal awareness and coping skills as a Latine clinician serving Latine families.
1.Participants will be able to identify 3 ways Marianismo has impacted intergenerational healing.
2.Participants will increase their knowledge of epigenetic evolution and ways to use family history as a reference point for resiliency.
3.Participants will be able to identify 2 ways inherited machismo and marianismo impacts the mental and physical health of Latina mothers.
4. Participants will be able to identify legacy burdens and support ancestral healing as a tool for client wellness.
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Menakem, Resmaa. My Grandmother's Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies. Penguin Books.
Nuñez, Alicia, et al. “Machismo, Marianismo, and Negative Cognitive-Emotional Factors: Findings from the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos Sociocultural Ancillary Study.” Journal of Latina/o Psychology, U.S. National Library of Medicine, Nov. 2016, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5102330/.
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CA CEU Spot
This is for the 4 CA CEU certificate and includes access to the private group and recordings.$133.00+$3.33 service fee
Community Healer Spot
welcome to healers in any state. Includes access to private group and recordings.$111.00+$2.78 service fee