Clinical Responsibility in Racial Equity and Cultural Inclusivity – Feb 3

Posted by Bryn Mawr College on January 3, 2023

This 5-day series addresses the challenges in cross-race and same-race clinical practice in the age of antiracism. Cultural humility, anti-oppressive practice, and social justice are values central to the profession of social work. In order to enhance human well-being, we must first understand and dismantle personal biases (unconscious and conscious) and systemic injustices within our practice. The series will provide clinical study of the impact of racism and White supremacy on clinical work.  A focus will be to illustrate the connections between healing racial trauma and somatic awareness work in an effort to demonstrate how embodiment practice and presence supports clinical healing around racialized trauma.

This program is appropriate for post-master’s level clinical practitioners and is hosted by Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work Center for Professional Development. CEUs and Ethics Credit available.

Delivery: Synchronous Virtual Classroom via Zoom

Dates and Times: February 3 – March 31, 2023, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (Fridays)

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