|TFSWAD: Task Force of Social Workers of African Descent|
Task Force of Social Workers of African Descent (TFSWAD)
The NASW-NYC Task Force of Social Workers of African Descent is pleased to present
Self Care Practices for People of Color Wounded Healers in An Oppressive Environment
A Presentation and Discussion by Distinguished Guest Speaker
Co-Chairs - Onaje Muid, MSW, CASAC, LMHC, FDLC & Marva Mariner, MSW
Onaje Muid, a graduate of the African Centered Social Work Academy, co-founder of the PISAB- Men of Color Group, co-founder of the Eagle and The Condor Cultural Center, is a social work healer, lecturer, advisor with a 25 year history in developing cultural/spiritual specific interventions for victims of historical trauma. He holds a master's degree in social work from Stony Brook University for Social Welfare, a license in mental health counseling, a credential in alcoholism and substance abuse counseling, and a family development leader credential, with post master's certificates in African Centered Social Work, Spirituality and Social Work, International Trauma, and Focus Oriented Centered Therapy for Complex Trauma. He serves as the Clinical Associate Director for Reality House Inc., an advisor for Columbia University School of Social Work, lecturer for the NYU Silver School of Social Work and Co-chair for the Diversity Interest Group for the American College for Mental Health Administrators.
October 2nd meeting, 6-8 pm at NASW -NYC Chapter office 50 Broadway
This will be an open meeting. Please join us.
Co-chairs: Onaje Muid, MSW, CASAC, LMHC, FDLC &
THE WOMEN’S MARCH ON WASHINGTON
Committee on Narrative Practice