Program Type:Enrichment, Equity & Inclusion, Library & Community
Age Group:Teens (Grades 7-12)
Join Sonoma County Library and On the Margins at Chop's Teen Club to make some good trouble! Dr. Daniela Dominguez will present on the topics of authenticity, vulnerability, and courage. To be agents of transformation in our families, communities, and the environment, our authenticity is critical. To be authentic, we must work to know ourselves and share ourselves. Participants will engage in an experiential art activity titled, "The Masks We Wear".
For teens in grades 7-12. Registration is required. Event location is offsite at Chop's Teen Club in Santa Rosa. Snacks and drinks provided. Free!
*Chop's Teen Club Membership not required for this event.
Dr. Daniela Domínguez is an Assistant Professor at the University of San Francisco and the Chief Executive Officer at On the Margins, LLC. She is a licensed psychologist and professional clinical counselor with a special interest in liberation psychology, anti-racism, migrant justice, and gender and sexuality matters.
Her program of research has focused on understanding how Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) cope with stress and use specific strategies to draw upon resiliencies to achieve positive health. In 2020, the Society of Counseling Psychologists honored her with the “Early Career Award for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Counseling Psychology.”