Speaker Series: The Mental Health Effects of Racism - Part 1 with Roger Suclupe on Oct. 28

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On Friday, October 28, 2022 Roger Suclupe, LCSW will be a guest speaker for the Department of Social Work's two part speaker series of The Mental Health Effects of Racism.  Roger's presentation will take place in Leon Levine Hall, Room 103 from 11:00am-12:30pm and food will be served after. 

About Roger

Roger F. Suclupe, MSW, LCSW, is the BSW Program Director and Clinical Assistant Professor at UNC Charlotte’s School of Social Work. He earned his MSW from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and BA in Psychology from Appalachian State University. 

His areas of research interest include the intersection of Latinx communities and health/mental wellness, Latinx communities and access to services, community based participatory research, grief and loss, child/adolescent/adult mental wellness, cultural awareness, humility, and inclusion in social work practice, creating and increasing social capital through social mobility, and creating healthy and thriving communities. His expertise in the clinical field includes working individuals who have experienced complex trauma (physical abuse, sexual abuse and neglect), families who have adopted, vulnerable populations in the school system, Latinx communities, children and families involved in higher levels of care (psychiatric residential treatment, inpatient units), grief groups (children, adolescents and parents) and statewide clinical program marketing.

Roger has several really great projects currently going on, but one in particular is his podcast, The Common Good Mixtape, where he and a co-host interview nonprofit and social sector leaders about their work. Give it a listen here!

Published: Oct 21, 2022 12:09pm