For almost half a century, the Hip Hop culture has served a therapeutic purpose for participants and witnesses alike. It’s also reached people where, historically, talk therapy has not. With roots in progressive social movements and political protest, many of its messages transcend geography, race, ethnicity, and class. First developed in the mid-90s, Hip Hop Therapy (HHT) embraces the therapeutic function of Hip Hop in its power to facilitate personal and communal transformation. In this session, you’ll explore:
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All members of the PESI, Inc. planning committee have provided disclosures of financial relationships with ineligible organizations and any relevant non-financial relationships prior to planning content for this activity. None of the committee members had relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies or other potentially biasing relationships to disclose to learners. For speaker disclosures, please see the faculty biography.
This online program is worth 4.25 hours CPD.
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|Manual - Hip Hop Therapy (4.5 MB)
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J.C. Hall, LCSW, EXAT, is a Hip-Hop artist and clinical social worker who runs the Hip Hop Therapy Studio program at Mott Haven Community High School, a "second-chance" transfer school in the South Bronx. His work is chronicled in the award-winning short documentary Mott Haven. In 2020, Hall was a recipient of the Jefferson Award Outstanding Public Service.
Financial: J.C. Hall has an employment relationship with Mott Haven Community High School. He receives a speaking honorarium from Psychotherapy Networker and PESI, Inc. He has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: J.C. Hall has no relevant non-financial relationships.
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