Free training by The Adaway Group (Registration is now full, please sign up below to get updates and the recording). adawaygroup.com/missingpieces/ "For too long DEI and racial equity work hasn’t employed an explicit anti-colonial and anti-imperial lens. This means we have to talk about colonization and power –our personal power as individuals and the power residing within our organizations, big and small, nonprofit and for profit. How can we best leverage it to embed an anti-colonial approach in our work? TOPICS WE’LL BE COVERING: What exactly is colonialism and imperialism + different types of colonization How our organizations uphold and exacerbate colonial power structures Why adding an anti-colonial / anti-imperial perspective to your DEI and racial equity work is a necessity" #anticolonial #ceasefireInGazaNOW #antimperialist #antiwar #colonization #theadawaygroup #dei #antiapartheid #diversityandinclusion #racialequity #racialequity
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Training for Mental Health & Wellness Practitioners hosted by DMHS! Mindfulness to support change - Clinical Skills to Support Positive Changes Date: Thursday 12/7/2023 7PM PT Virtual & In Person: Dharma Gate 1910 24th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144 Register: linktr.ee/DMHS OR: forms.gle/smAemondxSUYVTfu9 1.5 CEUs: PENDING, but will be free if approved BIPOC Clinicians will be prioritized About Trainer: Tracy L. Stewart is mindfulness-based mental health therapist, wellness educator, and healing justice activist in Seattle, WA. Tracy has participated in previous CompassPoint and Surge Reproductive Justice resource mobilization training and implemented the model at Gathering Roots, a nonprofit she cofounded with Nikki Chau. She also consults with other small nonprofits on how to use the process. Utilizing food and casual conversation to bring people together, mobilizers learn the philosophy and activation of Healing Justice through their support. She currently serves on the board of A Sacred Passing, a BIPoC centered healing justice and end-of-life care service and advocacy organization. She also serves as co-facilitator of Buddhist Peace Fellowship (BPF) – Seattle, and has served on several participatory granting projects. #freetraining #mindfulness #dbt #ACT #meditation #blacktherapist #mahasti #mahayanabuddhism #buddhism #somatic #dharma #DMHS #Deconstructingthementalhealthsystem #freeworkshop #freeevent #bipoc #mentalhealth #dmhsedu
Free Trainings by The Loveland Foundation Loveland Professional Development Series: Reproductive Health & Mental Health Description SESSION 1: Reproductive Health, Fertility & Justice for Black Women and Women of Color October 26th, 12pm PST/ 3pm EST Register: us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIodOiopzwsG9dkAFcSGhiKGwuJrF8XE3s9#/registration 'Led by Dr. Sheeva Talabien, esteemed Reproductive Endocrinologist, Batya Novick, LCSW leading therapist specializing in Reproductive Mental Health and Symone New doula and renowned reproductive health advocate. This panel will focus on establishing a deeper understanding of reproductive health for women and specific needs that BIPOC women experience and how to support clients through the fertility/medical systems as well as interventions to support the mental health of clients going through reproductive trauma and loss, how to explore and discuss fertility struggles, miscarriages, family building options. SESSION 2: Perinatal Health for Black Women and Women of Color November 2nd, 12pm PST/3pm EST Led by Dr. Samsiya Ona, renowned OBGYN within the field of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Mt Sinai Hospital, Batya Novick, LCSW leading therapist specializing in reproductive mental health, and Kristy Zadrozny, LMFT therapist, expert doula, and seasoned Mindfulness-Based Childbirth and Parenting teacher. This panel will explore women's medical and emotional needs throughout pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum. We will discuss how to support
Affordable CEUs Hosted By: Wsscsw Associates: Upcoming event information: Non-Western Ancestral Healing Northwest African American Museum: 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle, WA 98144 Date: November 11, 2023 10:00 AM Cost: $25-$75 Enjoy a cultural day of learning from traditional, mental health, and medical healers. Lunch, dessert, and drinks available for purchase. Healers will be added to the list as time progresses. If you are interested in being a healer for the event, or if you know of a healer who would be a good fit, please email email@example.com. Preview of Traditional Healers Sima Kulshreshtha, LICSW, CCTS-1 Chakra and Qigong Healer Peaceful Soul Healing PLLC Srimanju Katragadda, Reiki Master Cacao Ceremony Healer Experience Healing Through Inner Guidance Nichelle Alderson, FNTP, LICSW Nutritional Education Healer iNfinitely Well Michelle Jaquish, LICSW Tarot Card Healer Banshee Therapy Services Bharath Kumar, CMHFA Kundalini Reiki Practitioner Shift Left Coaching Norin Lavaee Traditional Persian Medicine Pindy Dhesi Hypnotherapy Heal Recover Thrive, PLLC Jayden Aubryn, LICSW, CSSW, CDBT, CIMHP Somatic Healer Tise Consulting and Therapy Ellen Slater, LICSW, YT-200 Somatic Awareness and Interpersonal Neurobiology Head & Heart Dr. Anup Mulakaluri Acupuncture & Energy Medicine Natural Rhythms Integrative Medicine CEUs Pending If you are unable to participate at the
Hosted by: 7th Generation Labs: Sunday, October 15, 2023 9 to 11 am Pacific Standard Time, USA Cost: $27 supported offering, $60 suggested, $93 supporting others Register: www.7thgenerationlabs.com/Lane-Saan-Moonwalker#section-1694191986887 Exploratory Listening Lab The Gift of Prophecy Imagining our Shared Future with Láné Sáan Moonwalker Wisdom Carrier of Apache and Yaqui Lineages "When disasters hit, we often discover that the warning signs were hidden in plain sight. Signs of global warming. Smoldering resentments. Income inequality. Racial bias. We realize that a lack of imagination is what kept us from seeing what was coming. So we did not prepare. The gift of prophecy is its ability to spark our creative imagination. We get curious thinking about what it would mean in our own lives. The sooner we anticipate potential changes, the more options we have for meeting the challenge. If we wait, our options shrink. Grandmother Láné Sáan Moonwalker has been a guide for our founders for several decades. She is an oracle, healer, spiritual teacher and environmental guardian. Láné began her training in the healing arts at the age of 12 and learned to work with creative expression as a doorway to spirit. Her lineage is about a medicine way of being.
Hosted by Evaluation Alliance for Human Rights Workshop Registration: www.evaluationalliance.org/volunteer/module-3-workshops?fbclid=IwAR2lexKCDaPnyeip-khiy0CINcpFqMJZZx6MZbDTsycTwx3m-HLlGk73SXI Date/time: Saturday, September 09, 2023 from 9AM-11AM (Pacific Time)/10AM-12PM (Mountain Time)/12PM-2PM (Eastern Time) 3 FREE CEUs approved by NASW Can't make it? Consider the Self paced option: www.evaluationalliance.org/volunteer/module-3-workshops/mental-health "EAHR is looking for licensed clinicians to join our growing teams of volunteer evaluators using their clinical skills to engage human rights work! www.evaluationalliance.org. Our next LIVE training will be offered September 9th, with the opportunity to earn 3 CEU credits through NASW. Are you interested in learning how your clinical skills can uphold and protect the rights of asylum seekers navigating the barriers of the U.S. immigration system? Are you interested to volunteer your time and expertise to support asylum seekers and human trafficking survivors in their journey toward stability and safety? Evaluations document the physical and psychological evidence of human rights abuses and the impact of these traumas on the individual in an expert witness affidavit. On average, an evaluation more than doubles the likelihood of an asylum-seeker winning their case to rebuild their life safely in the United States. Experience with intake interviews, assessments, and immigration evaluations are welcome, but not required. We see a very diverse range of
Hosted by UW Medicine Harborview Medical Center Harborview Behavioral Health Institute: "Exploring the intersectionality of Substance Use Disorders, Mental Health, and Social Justice Register: events.hubilo.com/RESJ-2023/register Dates & Times Thursday, September 28, at 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. (PT) Friday, September 29, at 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. The conference is free to attend. CEU's will be available for behavioral health care professionals. The two-half day virtual conference is designed to empower individuals and teams who want to advance health equity and support diversity and inclusion in behavioral health care. The conference is an opportunity to connect with others and join in a meaningful conversation about healing racial trauma, dismantling racism, combating systemic racism and social injustices through the lens of mental health and substance use issues." More info: bhinstitute.uw.edu/re-imagining-behavioral-health-race-equity-and-social-justice-conference-2023/ If you have any questions about the conference, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. #UniversityOfWashington #HarborviewBehavioralHealthInstitute #freeceus #savethedate #mentalhealth #socialjustice #harborview #UW #substanceusedisorder #intersectionality #BIPOC
THERAPIST PLLC COHORT BIPOC CLINICIANS: Hosted by DMHS CEUs & EDU - Deconstructing the Mental Health System, Inc. Legal Requirements & Cultural Considerations of Forming a PLLC 6CEUs Cost: FREE/Pay what you can Dates: Mondays 9/4, 9/11, 9/18, 9/25 Times: 3PM-4PM *WA Residents only* Presented by DMHS Free Therapy & Wellness Providers: Taquesha Dean, LSWAIC Nicole Wilson, LICSW, LMHC Apply: forms.gle/yEf4TJFcELd9PZSt9 More info: linktr.ee/DMHS Are you a Mental Health Professional with an Associate License or Fully Licensed, thinking about launching into Private Practice? DMHS is now offering the opportunity for Clinicians of Color who have been dreaming of starting their private practice, but wanting to do so with the support of community. Join our cohort! Cost: FREE: DMHS is sponsoring this event, and we also encourage attendees to pay what you can. This course is valued at $600 per attendee. Pay what you can payments can be made here, directly to the wonderful Instructors. PAYPAL - email@example.com This training has been approved for 6 CEs for Washington State Licensed Mental Health Counselors, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, and Licensed Social Workers. WMHCA Provider #2309 #dmhs #dmhsworkshop #workshop #cohort #pllc #llc #Wacounselors #counselorsofcolor #BIPOCTherapist #therapist #training #mentorship #freetraining
From MEND Seattle: Mentorship Opportunity 2023/2024: Apply: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScp-T83VwveGkDFZS6dGIyFR2L-oZj5iffKV0ajTGbUPA-6xA/viewform "Are you looking for a way to make a difference in the world? Do you have knowledge and experience from your journey to share? If so, becoming a mentor could be the perfect way to use your skills to help others. MEND is entering the second year of our mentorship program which has proven to be an amazing resource for our interns and mentors alike. Here’s what some of our participants from last year have to say about the program: “Erin and team did a great job outlining expectations and setting the mentor/mentee dyads up for success. And I was particularly appreciative of being paired with ‘mentee’, knowing the additional barriers to entering the profession that are caused by systemic racism and ableism.”- Dr. Stacey Prince, Mentor “Nobody offered to let me shadow them before. ‘My mentor’ tries to get to know me personally. She's interested in my background and what I want to do in my career. She is motivating me in my career and has introduced me to another Turkish therapist. She also tags me on Facebook when people request Turkish services. I feel her support all the time. I