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Training

Let's Talk About Race & Racism In Therapeutic Practice

This full day training provides an honest, open and reflective space for those in therapeutic professions to think about the impact Race & Racism has on the therapeutic alliance.

Using theory and experiential activities alongside qualitative and quantitative data, we explore why Race cannot be ignored in therapy. We dissect the term 'I Don't See Colour' and other racist microaggressions while pulling on lived experience of both our facilitators and those in the training to think about why therapists' must include Race and an understanding of Racism as trauma in their therapeutic work. 

Let's Talk About Race & Racism in Supervisory Practice

This full day training provides an honest, open and reflective space for clinical supervisors to think about the impact Race & Racism has on the supervisory alliance.

 

We explore how to talk about experiences of Racist abuse between clients and therapists as well as how to tackle racist microaggressions within supervision.

Using theory and experiential activities alongside qualitative and quantitative data, we explore why Race cannot be ignored in supervision and why it is the role of the supervisor to introduce these topics from the outset. 

Let's Talk About Race & Racism in Leadership

This full day training provides an honest, open and reflective space for clinical supervisors to think about the impact Race & Racism has on the supervisory alliance.

 

We explore how to talk about experiences of Racist abuse between clients and therapists as well as how to tackle racist microaggressions within supervision.

Using theory and experiential activities alongside qualitative and quantitative data, we explore why Race cannot be ignored in supervision and why it is the role of the supervisor to introduce these topics from the outset. 

British Association of Dramatherapists

Training 

"Janeen encouraged us to reframe Racial abuse as a Safeguarding issue in institutional contexts. The duty of care therapists have to be forthcoming about racial differences to facilitate the discussion when/if it comes up in therapy is so important."

NHS Leadership Trainee

"I now feel less scared about getting things wrong and feel more certain that it is the responsibility of those in positions of rpower to introduce and open up a space to be able to discuss issues such as race and racism.

Reading University Trainee

"Janeen is amazing. She has great insight and is passionate about the subject matter. I started off the day not liking the term 'White Privilege' but now I understand what it means and I plan on doing something about it."
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