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Working Together to Serve Immigrants

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David Brower Center

2150 Allston Way

Berkeley, CA 94704

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Psychology, Law, and Advocacy: Working Together to Serve Immigrant Communities

This conference will bring together psychologists, immigration attorneys, and community activists to build collaborative partnerships in serving asylum seekers, refugees, and undocumented persons.

The conference will offer four panel discussions:

  1. Preparing Sensitive and Effective Immigration Evaluations: Perspectives from Psychologists and Attorneys
  2. Undocumented Persons and Deportation Fear: Psychological Impact and Service Implications
  3. Working with Trauma: Role of Activism and Healing
  4. Model of Legal-Psychological Collaboration: Holistic Care and Support for Immigrant Trauma Survivors

Presenting organizations include:

  • Partnerships for Trauma Recovery
  • East Bay Sanctuary Covenant
  • East Bay Community Law Center
  • Pangea Legal Services
  • UC Berkeley Undocumented Student Program
  • Undocu-Healing Project
  • La Raza Centro Legal

For questions and more information, contact Anatasia S. Kim, Ph.D., akim@wi.edu.

The David Brower Center is located within walking distance from the Downtown Berkeley BART station. Metered parking is also available for a fee (click here for a map of parking options).

Event Sponsors: Alameda County Psychological Association; California Psychological Association Foundation; Sacramento Valley Psychological Association; St. Mary's College of California, Kalmanovitz School of Education; Undocu-Healing Project; University of San Francisco, School of Nursing and Health Professions

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