BHM: Guest Speaker, Latasha Teamer, Discusses Bystander Intervention

February 14, 2022

LTeamer-350x425.jpgSt. Philip’s College will host Black History Month guest speaker, Latasha Teamer, Clinical Director of H.O.P.E. Youth and Family Development on Thursday, February 17, 2022, at 1:15 PM. Teamer will discuss assessing safety, how to determine if responding at the moment is the right action, and the positive impact that bystander intervention has on individuals and communities.

Teamer is the owner and clinical director of H.O.P.E. Youth and Family Development, a center that serves as a place of refuge dedicated to restoring youth and families by facilitating spiritual, physical, intellectual, and emotional healing and continued growth. 

Teamer is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, and certified General Education teacher who specializes in the counseling and educational services of children, adolescents, and adults. She uses a multidisciplinary approach, as she believes that through collaboration clients are offered a wide range of options and services that meet their diverse needs in our growing society.

Teamer enjoys assisting clients with race-based trauma, conflict resolution skills, depression, anxiety, life and family transitions, crisis stabilization, communication skills, and behavioral concerns.

The BHM event will be held via Zoom. To learn more about our Black History Month celebration, visit 

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