Anti Racist Counseling In Action: Free Introduction
Elizabeth McCorvey LCSW (she/her) and Papillon DeBoer (they/them) give an overview of all 5 modules of this comprehensive training.
Anti Racist Counseling In Action 1: Intersectionality (1.5 CE)
What intersections and identities do you occupy? Has that ever been dangerous to share? When did you become aware of race? What are we as clinicians unavoidably disclosing about ourselves? Intersectionality is integral to becoming anti racist.
Anti Racist Counseling In Action 2: White Supremacy (2.5 CE)
We discuss the tenets of white supremacy culture, such as perfectionism and objectivity, and specifically how they impact the field of therapy. We also discuss antidotes to disrupt these influences. This includes examining each other's intake forms.
Anti Racist Counseling In Action 3: Ethics (2.5 CE)
We examine the codes of ethics for social workers and counselors through an anti racist lens, the history of our profession, and diagnosis. What do we need to be doing in order to refer to ourselves as antiracist therapists?
Anti Racist Counseling In Action 4: Talking About Race (2 CE)
Discussing race in the counseling relationship: Necessary pre-work; Opening the conversation; Making repair and accepting your own mistakes; DOs and DONTs when talking about race; Returning to the center; and more.
Anti Racist Counseling In Action 5: Dear Kassandra (1.5 CE)
We dissect an angry letter full of covert racist myths and cliches which you will invariably encounter, and need to be able to challenge, in doing antiracist counseling work. We provide responses and evidence to counter each of the statements.
CEs by Lenoir-Rhyne University, NBCC-approved Continuing Education Provider #4444