Toward Antiracism & Liberation in Your Clinical Work
Speaker: Parisa Emam
In this workshop, Parisa Emam (LMFT-WA) will combine lecture, self-reflection and interactive participation to identify how mental health clinicians can adopt an antiracist stance in their work. Drawing from her experience leading an equity and inclusion task force in a mental health agency, Parisa will provide a foundation for understanding concepts such as white supremacy, antiracism, and racial microaggressions, and dive into strategies clinicians can use to begin unlearning white-centric ways of practicing mental health therapy. Clinicians will come away from this workshop with the tools to use mindful self-awareness to continue on the path toward antiracist practice. Parisa specializes in serving LGBTQIA, BIPOC, and disabled clients in her private practice, and she brings her lived experience as a queer, disabled, mixed-race woman into both her clinical work and training offerings.
- Understand how concepts such as white supremacy, microaggressions, and antiracism take shape in a mental health therapy context
- Identify both self-of-the-therapist and larger systemic changes to advance antiracism in the mental health field
- Name common challenges for white mental health clinicians in addressing race, and pinpoint strategies they can use to increase self-awareness and growth
- Highlight resilience strategies for mental health clinicians of color
These events are free, and registration is available up until 24 hours prior to the start of the event. There is no penalty for cancellations. Content level is suitable for working mental health professionals with advanced degrees. There will be no breaks during the programs.
Live courses are interactive and recorded courses are non-interactive. In order to complete and receive credit for live courses, attendees must remain for the duration of each event and complete the course evaluation directly following each event. A link to the evaluation will be shared in the Zoom chat box during the live webinar. To earn home-study credits for recorded webinars, viewers must watch each course and complete the evaluation and posttest for each course. Viewers have 3 chances to pass the posttest with a score of 75% or higher. Once the evaluations or the evaluations and postttests are completed, we will generate and issue certificates via email within one week of completion.
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