"Thank you again for sharing with my class today. This email can't begin to express how thankful I am, how much I learned from you, and loved the way you shared with us. My students also said that you were their favorite presenter! You are hilarious and brilliant and I hope this is only the beginning of us collaborating."–Montinique D. McEachern, M.Ed., Doctoral Student, Marriage and Family Therapy, Syracuse University
Daniela Capistrano was a guest speaker at Syracuse University. She presented information and answered questions during MFT 642 (Couple and Family Therapy with LGBTQ Relationships).
MFT 642 is a graduate level course that provides an overview of specific issues LGBTQ couples and families face in their daily lives and the ways in which these issues impact relationships and other social systems.
Daniela shared information about her experience as an openly queer and poly-identified woman of color and abuse survivor, as well as discussed her work as a media professional and media literacy activist.
This was a private event.