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Race-based stress and trauma have always existed in our practices, but do we know how to identify it and truly address it? In this video seminar, Dr. Monnica Williams teaches how to embrace an antiracism stance in your practice that will help clients find safety and healing in your work together. She discusses how to recognize racial trauma, validating experiences of oppression, and ways to become more comfortable talking about issues related to race. Dr. Williams is a renowned researcher on race-based trauma and mental health disparities, along with researching psychedelic-assisted therapies for people of color.
Length: 76 minutes
Copyright date: ©2020
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