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Why the World is On Fire - Series on Oppression, Privilege, and Trauma
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8/17/2020 to 8/25/2020
When: August 17, 2020
12:00 - 1:30 pm
Where: Webinars - The link to access each webinar will be emailed after registration
United States
Presenter: Jade Logan, PhD, ABPP
Contact: Erin Brady
717-232-3817


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 Webinar Part 1Webinar Part 2PodcastBundle
PPA Member $30$30$20$60
Non-Member$60$60$40 $140

 

Why the World is on Fire: Historical and Ongoing Oppression of Black African American people in the United States - Webinar Part 1

Cost
PPA Members - $30
Non-members - $60

1.5 Continuing Education Credits

Program Description:  People of color have experienced oppression throughout their lifetime. Psychologists should possess an understanding of the historical and political impact of racism and classism on psychotherapy. Using a culturally humble stance, the facilitator defines racial trauma, explores its impact, and provides a race-informed therapeutic framework to address concerns in psychotherapy.

Program Learning Objectives: At the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe the historical and political underpinnings of racism and classism in the United States;
  2. Describe the concept of racial trauma;
  3. Describe at least four ways that racial trauma impacts individuals and communities of color; and
  4. Describe the race-informed framework for assessing and treating racial trauma in psychotherapy.

Why the World is on Fire: Privilege as a Birthright for Some and Unattainable by Others - Webinar Part 2

Cost
PPA Members - $30
Non-members - $60

1.5 Continuing Education Credits

Program Description:  White privilege is the unearned, unasked for often invisible benefits not available to oppressed groups. The goal of the current webinar is to explore the intersection of oppression and privilege with a focus on the role these dynamics play in the current sociopolitical climate. Using the framework of courageous conversations, the facilitator will provide techniques to assist participants with engaging in difficult dialogue.

Program Learning Objectives: At the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Define the intersection of systemic racism and implicit bias;
  2. Describe the impact of systemic racism and implicit bias on therapeutic interactions;
  3. Describe at least four ways to engage in culturally informed therapeutic practices; and
  4. Using a case example, describe how to implement a race-informed therapeutic framework.

Why the World is on Fire: Historical and Ongoing Oppression of Black African American people in the United States - Podcast

Attendees who register for the Podcast will receive information on how to access the recording as soon as it is available.

Cost
PPA Members - $20
Non-members - $40

1 Continuing Education Credit

Program Description:  Two women from different walks of life come together to discuss the murder of George Floyd and the impact of systemic racism in the United States of America. Each share their lived experiences immediately following the protests erupted in May 2020. They focus on experiences of oppression, privilege, and implicit bias. They also share ways in which their professional lives have been impacted and provide suggestions for moving forward.