TALKS ON MENTAL HEALTH by psychologist Felicia Lazaridou
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Understanding the impact of racism in counseling & therapy: Parents and teachers must deliberately critique the racism in societies' messages about Black and Brown people, thereby instilling critical consciousness in children.
Learning to spot racism, alongside about one’s historico-political heritage is a gift in the identity development processes of Black and Brown people and help in grappling with racist encounters in one’s personal lives.
In this talk we attempt to explore each stage of Black and Brown identity development in turn:
1. Pre-encounter, 2. Encounter, 3. Immersion/Emersion, and 4. Internalisation and Commitment.
This talk also discusses ‘frank talk’(ing) and how it is a process by which racism can be laid bare, exposed, and challenged in the management of therapeutic conversations when competent counselors and therapists work with ethnic diversity.
The admission is donation-based.
However, we ask participants to contribute a minimum of 5€ for each talk you wish to attend.