Coffee Breaks with TXICFW: Supporting Undocumented Families: Clinical Perspectives
Dr. Monica Faulkner, Anayeli Marcos, and Ana Hernández will discuss their work supporting undocumented families both in and out of detention from a social work perspective. They’ll talk about how trauma plays a part in migration and discuss real-life case examples from their work. They will provide information and tips on what professionals can do when working with this population.
Join us a for a live session on October 12th, 2017 from 10-10:30 am on our Facebook Page!
About our Guests:
Ana Vidina Hernández is a graduate student pursuing a dual degree in the Master’s of Science in Social Work (MSSW) and Master of Arts (MA) in Latin American Studies. She is interested in working with the immigrant population in Austin and in nearby detention centers. Ana is also interested in increasing resources and support for the undocumented community. As a result of her interest in qualitative and quantitative research, her clinical practice experience, and her love of teaching, Ana plans to pursue a Ph.D. in Social Work in the future.
Anayeli Marcos is a DACAmented graduate student pursuing a Master’s of Science in Social Work (MSSW) and a Master of Arts (MA) in Latin American Studies dual degree. She is interested in qualitative research in how society influences the development of children, specifically the development of psychopathology. After graduation, she is planning on pursuing a Master’s in Social Work and continue her involvement with research.
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