Dr. Katrina Roundfield, regional clinical director at Two Chairs, a mental healthcare company, will lead an interactive presentation on intersectional identity in mental health.
From global affairs to national news headlines to personal interactions, it’s not uncommon to face feelings of hopelessness in our current geopolitical and social climate. For those with identities at many different intersections, these feelings may arise more often and more powerfully, taking a toll on our mental health.
To restore our personal power in these turbulent situations, Dr. Katrina Roundfield, regional clinical director at Two Chairs, a mental healthcare company, will lead an interactive presentation on intersectional identity in mental health. Attendees will have the opportunity to:
Reflect on how their identities show up in their day to day mental health experiences with a clinician in a safe place
Participate in a facilitated discussion with other womxn
Learn how to take care of their mental health in particularly trying times by using their identity as a source of personal power
Presenter/discussion leader bio:
Katrina Roundfield, PhD, is the Regional Clinical Director at Two Chairs, an organization creating a new mental health care model by opening beautiful, modern therapy offices. Dr. Roundfield heads up Bay Area clinics -- managing clinicians, guiding programming and supporting the client-therapist matching system -- to drive the Two Chairs mission in bringing high-quality mental healthcare to everyone.
Katrina often works out of the Oakland clinic in the Tribune Tower, the same place her father, a reporter for the Oakland Tribune, worked out of for many years, and just around the corner from the salon her mother owned. A mental health practitioner who’s studied at prestigious institutions across the country, Katrina was brought back to the East Bay by her passion for delivering excellent mental health services to the community that nurtured her.