Online Trauma Conference 2020
‘Black Trauma: When it presents in the therapy room’
This extraordinary year 2020 has seen a worldwide acknowledgment and rise in the traumatic experiences that Black people have been experiencing for many years. Covid-19, the murder of George Floyd, and the subsequent Black Lives Matter protests have led to old psychological wounds resurfacing and new ones cutting through.
Trauma conference 2020 pays homage to the black experience and invites all psychotherapists, counsellors, psychologists, and other mental health practitioners to a therapeutic and reflective space where we can come together to acknowledge and consider the emotional impact of trauma on black people.
Through the presentations and workshops, this event offers the potential for greater insight and understanding into the importance of creating safe felt spaces for black trauma to feel welcomed and understood in the therapy room.
Recorded: Saturday 31st October 2020
Speakers: Dr Dwight Turner, Dr Keren Yeboah, Ebinehita Iyere, Sharon Frazer-Carroll and Dr Isha McKenzie-Mavinga
Once purchased, please activate your license, then go to ‘Account’ (your login credentials are emailed to you) and ‘Purchased Videos’ to watch both. If you are an attendee of the live event please make sure you activate your free code before the end of Dec 2020.