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Harnessing AI for Ethical Marriage and Family Therapy: Ensuring Inclusivity and Trauma-Informed Approaches within Marginalized Communities
Friday, August 30, 2024, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM CDT
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Harnessing AI for Ethical Marriage and Family Therapy: Ensuring Inclusivity and Trauma-Informed Approaches within Marginalized Communities
Speakers: Marshal Maiwald, M.MFT, LMFT-Associate & Savannah Honarbakh, LMFT-Associate
Date: Friday, August 30, 2024
Time: 12:00 - 1:30 PM CT
Cost: Members: Free | Non-Members $30
1.5 Ethics CEUs

 

About the Webinar:

Explore the transformative potential of AI in Marriage and Family Therapy, focusing on ethical integration and trauma-informed care. This session offers practical insights on using AI to support marginalized communities and ensure responsible and inclusive therapeutic practices. Learn how to navigate the benefits and limitations of AI to enhance your practice while upholding ethical standards.

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About the Speakers:

Marshal Maiwald, M.MFT, LMFT-Associate 

Marshal Maiwald, M.MFT, LMFT-Associate, works at Olive Branch Family Therapy and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy at Texas Woman's University. His professional interests include Artificial Intelligence, Autism Spectrum Disorder, blended families, trauma, and emotional intelligence growth. 

Savannah Honarbakht, LMFT-Associate

Savannah Honarbakht is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist - Associate, Owner of Triple Moon Therapy, and PhD student in Marriage & Family Therapy at Texas Woman's University. In private practice, she specializes in working with the LGBTQIA+, Kink/BDSM, and Poly/CNM populations. Her main focuses in practice are personality disorders, high conflict relationships, and complex trauma. Savannah's research interests include gender-affirming care within the transgender youth population, non-traditional LGBTQIA+ relationships, lesbian relationship satisfaction, neurodiversity, and different neurotyped relationships.