Anti-Racism Trainings and Coaching for White Helping Professionals | FREE / Donation towards Reparations
These trainings and coaching sessions take place on Zoom. To date, participants have been from places all around the USA, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
Anti-racism trainings and personal coaching for white helping professionals:
~ Increase racial literacy: definitions, facts, videos: abolition, white rage, white entitlement, decolonization, anti-Blackness, intersectionality, cultural appropriation, performative allyship, etc.
~ Understand our whiteness and white privilege.
~ Deeply explore how white supremacy unconsciously and consciously impacts our lives.
~ Examine the colonization of the mental health and social work fields and explore how it occurs in your work.
~ Identify how the “Characteristics of White Supremacy” guide you and your organization.
~ Identify how your “fight, flee, freeze, and fawn” reactions to threat and discomfort play out for you in racial-based situations.
~ Learn concrete strategies to respond from your values and not from your fears.
~ Face your internal fears, discomfort, and conflict avoidance when witnessing racist behavior or policies.
~ Develop our anti-racist and decolonizing perspectives into actual anti-racist practices.
20-hour Intensive Trainings for White Helping Professionals
SOLD OUT || FREE | Donation towards Reparations 20-hour weekend intensive training: Friday, March 12, 2020 (noon – 5p), Saturday, March 13 (9-5p), and Sunday, March 14 (10-530p) CST. (Similar trainings in October 2020, November 2020, and January 2021 SOLD OUT.) Depending on your board, up to 20 CEUs are possible.
The MN LGBTQ+ Therapists’ Network will match each member’s registration towards a scholarship fund for QBIPOC students in the fields of mental health and social work.
Any profits will be donated to MN Indian Women’s Resource Center, 2300 15th Avenue South, Mpls, MN 55404.
Irene also offers shorter trainings and will work with your organization to tailor trainings to your needs. Contact Irene for more information
2020 – Past Trainings
For White LGBTQPAI+ Helping Professionals: Facing Our Whiteness, Unlearning Racism, and Decolonizing Mental Health A 38-hour training designed for LGBTQPIA+ helping professionals. This weekend training is Friday, October 23 – Sunday, October 25, 2020, and includes twelve 1.5-hour Action, Ally, and Accountability Groups on Thursdays, 5-630pm CST from October 2020 – February 2021. | SOLD OUT
For White Helping Professionals: Facing Our Whiteness, Unlearning Racism, and Decolonizing Mental Health A 20-hour weekend training on Friday, November 20, 2020 – Sunday, November 22, 2020 | SOLD OUT | This training will be offered again in mid-2021.
Kente Circle Training Institute: http://www.kentecircle.com/KenteCircleTrainingInstitute.en.html
- Reclaiming Our Humanity and Voices through PROTEST: Responding to Racial Trauma and Violence by Kente Circle Training Institute – Fall Conference 2020 | Watch for their 2021 training institute
Advanced Equity Skills for Clinicians by Rebecca Davis and Shea Lowery Anti-Racist Trauma-Informed Care by artic LLC (Anti-Racist Trauma-Informed Care)
Movement Trauma Healer Training Program, School of Global Citizenry https://schoolofglobalcitizenry.com/courses/movement-trauma-healer-certification-program-level-1-practitioner-training/
Understanding Movement Trauma for Healers TRACC (Trauma Response and Crisis Care) 4 Movements by Teresa Mateus https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-cycle-of-movement-trauma-understanding-movement-trauma-for-healers-tickets-108918403878#
Racial Trauma by Lilian Daz, American Psychologists Association
White People Confronting Racism 20-hour training by Training for Change https://www.trainingforchange.org/
Multi-cultural Awareness and Diversity: Strategies to Advance Rapport and Cultural Competency by Lambers Fisher
A Therapists’ Path for Exploring Implicit Bias and Racial Trauma https://therapywisdom.com/a-therapists-path/ with Janina Fisher, Debra Chatman-Finley, and Gliceria Pérez
White Fragility and White-Body Supremacy by Resmaa Menakem https://www.resmaa.com/about and Robin DiAngelo https://www.robindiangelo.com/
Journey to Allyship by Catrice Jackson http://www.catriceology.com/