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Onaje Muid on the Historical Trauma of Oppressed People

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Streamed live on Feb 6, 2017

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Onaje Muid on the Historical Trauma of Oppressed People


About
Onaje Muid, MSW, LMHC, CASAC, FDLC specializes in creating culturally appropriate, trauma centered, social justice human service systems to reverse historical trauma for oppressed populations. His thirty year counseling/administration career in the addictions warranted his appointment to the New York State Association of Substance Providers Board; the New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault Board; and Columbia University School of Social Work, Community Participatory Research Board. He holds a graduate degree in social work from SUNY: Stony Brook University; a license in mental health, a two credentials, one in substance counseling and the other in family development from New York State.

His post masters certificates are in social work and spirituality, trauma and African Centered Social Work. He currently serves as the Clinical Associate Director of Reality House Inc. an adjunct lecturer at New York University Silver School of Social Work; faculty member of the New York State Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services Bureau of Talent Management and Performance Improvement; and advisor for Columbia University School of Social Work. His professional involvement is extensive, he serves as the co-chairs for ACHMA: College of Behavioral Health Leadership Diversity Interest Group and National Association of Social Workers New York City Chapter Task Force for Social Workers of African Descent.

His work in New York City earned him the Exemplary Mid- Career Leadership Award in 2014. His avocation is that of human rights, whereas, he served as the Non-Governmental Organization representative to the United Nations for the International Human Rights Association for American Minorities, and was a delegate to the United Nations World Conference Against Racism in South Africa in 2015. He is married to Dr. Fatima Hafiz, they share eleven children between them and are active in community healing campaigns including the International Black Summit, the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond and the company he and his wife started, Transformative Education Associates.

His signature affirmation is “I am healing, You are healing, We are healing, Our world is healing.”

Links:
Columbia School of Social Work https://goo.gl/DohYOC
Psychology Today Therapists https://goo.gl/HD8PVV

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