Examining Whiteness in the Therapy Room (Part 1)
Presented by Sex Therapy NM
Therapists maintain an immense level of power. Between the therapist-client relationship, therapists may have a positive or negative influence upon the emotional, mental, and physical effects of a client. Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), have less access to mental health services; are less likely to seek out services; are less likely to receive needed care; have an increased percentage of receiving poor quality of care; and are more likely to end services prematurely. Race is the unspoken common denominator. By actively examining how one personally ma...Read moreintains this socialized construct, the veil of injustice can genuinely be peeled back, and dignity be wholly part of the healing within the room.
While this training is focused on power dynamics that may exist between therapists and clients, all are welcome to attend.
Part 2 of this training will be offered in January 2022.
This training is hosted by Sex Therapy New Mexico. We are based in Albuquerque on Tiwa land. We believe in working towards structural change by offering training for healthcare providers who want to be more inclusive of all our intersecting identities and experiences as clinicians and clients.
As the white host of this event I will not profit off this training. Any profits will be donated to a Black Queer Feminist led organization. -Molly Adler, LCSW, CST, ACS Less...
- Recognize how we actively embody the Architecture of White Supremacy Culture.
- Begin to examine how to actively engage in the personal deconstruction of white supremacy culture.
- Begin to identify how whiteness supports the perpetuation of Colorism and Anti-Blackness within therapy.
Friday, September 10, 2021
11:00 AM MDT - 01:00 PM MDTRegister for this Webinar
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About the speaker
Zamil is a Social Justice Consultant and co-founder of RACED Consulting – a cross-raced, cis-genderqueer facilitation team, actively engaging individuals, organizations, and community members to examine internal white supremacy culture, behaviors, language and more.
- Introductions & Land Acknowledgement
- White Supremacy construct/Corridors of Power/Implicit Bias
- Shifting the lens inward
CE Information - Earn 2 CE Credit Hours
National Association of Social Workers, New Mexico
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