Miguel Cortés to lead Revolutionary Conversation en Español

Beginning in March, the Institute will offer its first Revolutionary Conversation en Español.  Led by youth worker, family therapist, and teacher educator, Miguel Eduardo Cortés Vázquez  the five-week online conversation —  Terapia Social en Latinoamérica — will introduce participants to how social therapeutics is being used in communities from Juarez to São Paulo. READ MORE

Miguel Cortés

Miguel Cortés  — a 2008 graduate of the International Class — is an educator, community psychologist and social therapist based in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. He is a staff member with the Centro de Asesoría y Promoción Juvenil A.C. (CASA), and a member of a network of organizations promoting afterschool activities across the city. He is also an instructor of community education at the Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juárez.  In 2009, Miguel founded El Centro Fred Newman para la Terapia Social, an independent community therapy clinic, where he has a growing group practice.  His research focus includes Vygotsky and Freire, pedagogy and politics, and a social therapeutic approach to group work with young people.


About Janet Wootten

Janet Wootten is a media and public relations professional, a member of the Institute’s Board of Directors and a leader of its annual community fundraising campaign.
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3 Responses to Miguel Cortés to lead Revolutionary Conversation en Español

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  2. I would like to know wether you are going to do something in social and community therapy, in your country. I’m from Brasil and Maureen O’Hara friend
    Thank you
    Jane Rodrigue4s

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