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The Black Father: His Role in the Emotional and Cognitive Development of His Children
Join Dr. Billie Terrell, Ph.D., LCSW, ACSW, for a
four-part webinar series that explores the evolving state of Black fatherhood, beginning with this first episode which provides an overview of the current research on the topic and therapies for families.
May 12, 2021 02:00 PM
Jun 9, 2021 02:00 PM
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PRESENTER: Dr. Billie Terrell, Ph.D., LCSW, ACSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
About the Presenter: Dr. Billie Terrell has a Ph.D. in Social Work, and is licensed Clinical Social Worker and practices in the State of Illinois, specializing in Psychiatric Social Work. She is an active practicing Catholic, serving as a lector and former Parish Council member at the Cathedral of St. Raymond and has worked in Catholic Institutions for most of her professional career. Dr. Terrell recently retired from the University of St. Francis as a Professor Emeritus after 25 years as a full-time faculty member, Director of the B.S.W./M.S.W. programs, Chair of the Social Work Department, and 10 years as Director of the Office of Institutional Diversity. She has maintained private practice for many years, providing individual and family therapy, consultation to employee assistance agencies and county-based trauma therapists. Dr. Terrell is a wife, mother, grandmother...and great-grandmother to Grey Josephine.
INTRODUCTIONS: Fr. Kingsley Ogbugi
Administrator, St. Peter Claver Catholic Church @Catholic Community in Houston, TX
Fr. Kingsley Ogbuji SSJ is a priest of St. Joseph Society of the Sacred Heart. A native of Nigeria, Fr. Kingsley ministers to the spiritual and pastoral needs of the people. He holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the Pontifical Urban University Rome. In 2018, Fr. Kingsley received his MA and MDiv degrees in theology from the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC. He is currently pursuing a certification program in the ministry of healing and deliverance from Pope Leo XIII Institute in Chicago. Fr. Kingsley Ogbuji is a graduate practicum student working towards a master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from George Washington University. As a volunteer with the Howard County Department of Corrections in Maryland, he provided counseling to the inmates. This experience helped him understand the helplessness people feel when they are in difficult situations. Fr. Kingsley is the author of three books including “Praying aggressively to counter Spiritual Wickedness.”