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Graduate Certificate

Esperanza is funded by the Wisconsin Partnership Program and will not be funded by UW-Madison after Spring 2025.

The Esperanza graduate certificate includes 5 courses (9 total credits) offered over a 1.5-year academic schedule. Graduate students currently enrolled at UW-Madison in psychology and related helping or clinically-based professions (e.g., social work, nursing) are eligible to apply.  For additional information, contact Dr. Ramírez Stege

As part of this training program, graduate students can expect to…

  1. Build knowledge grounded in liberation psychology, anti-racist, and decolonization frameworks that promote radical healing
  2. Develop outreach and advocacy skills through local partnerships and interventions
  3. Engage in culturally and linguistically-affirming programming that promotes students’ personal and professional wellness and capacity to thrive

Esperanza Graduate Certificate Coursework Summary

See Coursework for more detailed information on the course offerings.

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