What this is about:
Free monthly sessions to ask a seasoned liberation-centering psychotherapist anything about making your practice truly welcoming and affirming to clients who hold systemically marginalized identities.
Stop thinking about social justice and start embodying your social justice values.
You'll walk away with:
1️⃣ Answers to your (really common but sometimes puzzling) questions about decolonizing your own practice.
2️⃣ Ideas on how to protect yourself as a clinician with marginalized identities from the oppressive systems you work in, so that you can continue supporting yourself and your community.
3️⃣ Suggestions on how to shift your practice from traditional or welcoming, to radical and liberation-focused.
Silvana Espinoza Lau from Decolonize Your Practice
🗓️ Dates for BIPoC clinicians:
Monthly on Monday
Oct 16 at 11am PT / 2pm ET
Nov 13 at 11am PT / 2pm ET
Dec 4 at 11am PT / 2pm ET
🕙 Times for BIPoC clinicians:
11:00am Pacific Time / 2:00pm Eastern Time (all meetings)
Unsure if you belong in a BIPoC space? Click here to learn who can join my BIPoC spaces.
This space is for BIPoC mental health professionals:
➡️ interested in incorporating anti-oppressive and decolonized practices in their treatment.
➡️ who want a community of peers interested in having an anti-oppressive and liberated practice.
➡️ to start practicing and incorporating liberation-focused strategies and not just talk and think about the strategies.
Suggested topics per session (but you can ask what your heart desires):
- Session 1: Building a decolonized practice
- Session 2: Anti-oppressive paperwork
- Session 3: Inclusive treatment
- Session 4: Decolonizing yourself to decolonize your practice
➡ You can come to one or all sessions
➡ All sessions are free of charge
➡ A limited replay will be sent to all clinicians who signed up.
Nervous to ask a question in particular? Use this anonymous form to submit your questions.
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Read here to learn who can join my BIPoC spaces.
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