My Grandmother's Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Minds by Reesma Menakem, find here.
The Different Mirror: A History of Multicultural America by Ronald Takaki, find here.
For a selection of books on decolonizing psychotherapy and why this movement is important, see Karen's blog article The Movement of Decolonizing Mental Health as An Important Force, which you can find here.
To hear Dr. Travis Heath's Therapy Reimagined podcast Therapy as a Political Act, click here.
To hear Dr. Tammy Hodo discuss Supporting African American Clients: Increasing Access to Care and Appreciating Cultural Norms, click here.
Mental Illness in the Black Community, 1700-2019: A Short History, read here.
How White Therapists Drive Away Minority Clients, read here.
3 Ways for Therapists to Address Barriers to Therapy, read here.
How Well-Meaning Therapists Commit Racism, read here.
A New Approach to Diversity and Inclusion, read here.
How to Provide Anti-Racist Mental Health Care, read here.
10 Ways White Therapists Can Address Racism with Black Clients, with many additional helpful links, read here.
Addressing Race in Therapy, read here.
Racism and mental health resources, click here for many links.
Encouraging Meaningful Conversations about Race and Trauma, read here.
Understanding the Stressors and Types of Discrimination That Can Affect Multiracial Individuals, read here.
Normalizing Racial Dialogue in Classrooms and Workplaces, read here.
In Search of Someone Who Will Understand: How to be a Culturally Sensitive Therapist, read here.
Using the HIS Model in Counseling African American Men, read here.
Stock photo resources
Nappy, find here.
Pixabay, find here
Pexels, find here.
Unsplash, find here.
Create Her Stock, find here.
Kaboom PIcs, find here.
Your CE certificate
Your certificate for CE and psychodrama hours if now available if you have completed the evaluation form.
To find your certificate, click here to open file and scroll through to find the certificate with your name.
You may then print your certificate using current page option.
How Native Americans Struggled to Survive on the Trail of Tears, read here.
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