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A comprehensive overview of theoretical and practical anti-racism strategies for professional clinicians.
This presentation will provide a comprehensive overview of anti-racism for mental health clinicians. Utilizing an intersectional approach, attendees will gain an understating of the relationship between racism and anti-racism. With a focus on whiteness as a social construct, the presentation will explore how racism is manifested through white supremacy and white privilege. In addition, the class will cover actionable ways in which clinicians can incorporate anti-racism into their professional engagements.
This presentation will focus on defining and exploring anti-racism as a competency for mental health clinicians and their professional practice.
The dichotomous relationship between anti-racism and racism will be covered from a cultural and social perspective, with an emphasis on how these elements impact the agency and health of marginalized communities.
The presentation will also explore whiteness as a social construct that provides the theoretical basis for racism, white supremacy and white privilege.
Finally, this course will provide definable, practical and applicable ways that clinicians can practice anti-racism in their interactions with clients and colleagues.
Upon completion of this course, attendees will be able to:
Define anti-racism from a theoretical perspective.
Utilize anti-racism strategies in professional and clinical settings.
Identify the effects of whiteness racism and white privilege from a cultural, societal and professional standard
Carlton Perry is an activist, blogger, writer, organizer and nonprofit leader with a decade of experience facilitating for safer, inclusive communities for marginalized people. A Baltimore native, Mr. Perry has presented at Catalyst Con and The Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit on the topics of diversity, media, consent culture and the intersection of marginalized identities
We are not offering CEs for this presentation.