Seminar | Men and Emotions: Challenges for Young Men of Color
CI# EXT100c Men and Emotions: Challenges for Young Men of Color (No CEUs)
Instructors: Alvin McLean, Jr., Ph.D. and Stewart Perrilliat, MATS
This seminar provides an overview of the publications and clinical research regarding the emotions of young men of color. There will be a special focus on how young men can learn to be more effective in expressing their emotions in order to become successful in their interpersonal relationships and parenting. In addition, physiological, neuropsychological, behavioral, and spiritual factors will be examined and discussed in order to better understand men and their emotions.
City College of San Francisco
88 Fourth Street, San Francisco
Mission St. Room 821
Cost is FREE
Friday, March 13, 2020; 9am-4pm
To register, visit: http://tfaforms.com/4726322 and select the following workshop from the dropdown: EXT100c. Fill out the required information and submit. You will receive an email confirmation.
Course Learning Outcomes
Define emotions from a physiological, neuropsychological, and behavioral perspective.
Distinguish how men experess emotions differently from women.
Delineate differences in the expression of emotions of young men of color.
Describe how types of interventions (physiological, cognitive-behavioral, spiritual) can impact how men express and experience emotions.