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The Wellness for the Culture Expo is an annual event focused on building and strengthening the networks of mental health professionals, helping and healing professionals in the community. The Expo provides attendees with a menu of workshops that ranges from CE accredited classes and holistic healing workshops.  The theme for the 2022 expo will be Healing, By Any Means Necessary, and will be a weekend full of networking, training, and self-care. 

Conference Details

 Springfield Sheraton Hotel
One Monarch Place
Springfield, MA 01144

 

 

  • 3 Day Conference
  • Up to 18 Cont. Ed Credits
  • Wellness and Self Care workshop
  • Networking opportunities
  • Gala featuring keynote speaker
  • Wellness Vendors

The Cultural Wellness Network Association (CWNA) believes that the expo is an active representation of how we hope to dismantle the dominant white teachings of mental health practices and bring forth a client centered approach that prioritizes lived experiences to support mental health and wellness for communities of color.

The Cultural Wellness Network Association is seeking therapists, educators, social workers, public health, health care, and mental health professionals interested in leading a 1-to-2-hour CE accredited workshop focused on the theme of Healing, By Any Means Necessary.

Call for Presentors

Facilitators interested in hosting a workshop for the 2022 expo must complete Wellness for the Culture Expo 2022 Facilitator Application below by January 15, 2022.

Recent Workshops have Consisted of:

The Cultural Wellness Network Association’s mission is to advance the capacity and skill set of Mental Health therapists while providing networking and community engagement. The Cultural Wellness Network Association aims to create an alliance and network of black and brown mental health providers offering culturally competent education, support, and opportunities. For more information click below.

Testimonials

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  • Self Care via Self Love workshop participant: S. Rodriguez

“Whitney Dodds, I am in Love With Your Book! It’s Unique, it’s Funny, but Most Importantly it’s Real and Speaks to the Power of the Mind and Mental Health!! You are such a leader and inspirational woman who is committed to Wellness For The Culture 💖 Ladies I highly recommend this book!! Thank you Whitney for the book and the shirt.
  •  Whit is the Matter With You Reader: Regina Hudson

“After what seemed like the longest week of work I’ve ever had, my first day at WFTC Book Club was certainly the breath of fresh air I’ve been needing! A book and an hour discussion/conversation with some of my favorite women? LIFE 🙌🏼🔥. Thank you ❤️”
  • Therapeutic BookClub Member: Rachel Fontanez

“Just want to thank Whitney Dodds for putting on an amazing event! I was truly blessed and some of the discussions that I was involved in within the workshops about mental health and well-being put things into a much more clear perspective for me for what I’m going through and have endured. Thank you for the invite and the opportunity to take part in this event!”
 • Wellness for the Culture Expo Attendee:  Katrina Banks

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