ChicagoEFT’s Second Healing Conversation: Centering Marginalized Voices & Creating Opportunities for Healing Connection
August 20, 2020
About the Event:
This healing conversation is designed for people of all races who consider themselves part of the ChicagoEFT community. This session invites active participation with the purpose of coming together and providing a holding environment for conversations about race. We are expanding the opportunity for therapists of color to name and describe their experiences within our organization. Our goal for this session is to continue providing a framework for active listening and holding the racialized wounds of subjugated therapists. Our second goal is to provide White therapists the tools to listen non-defensively in dialogue regarding race. The aim is to enhance deeper, honest and transparent dialogue that acknowledges the impact of structural racism in our lives.
Participation in the first call is not a requirement for this Healing Conversation, all are welcome.
Learning Objectives: Participants will
- Identify habitual behavior connected to privileged and subjugated identities.
- Engage in self-exploration and examine barriers to addressing race in a therapeutic manner.
- Practice new strategies for genuine and empathic conversations
Date: Thursday, August 20, 2020
Time: 9 – 11 am CST
Location: Online via Zoom*
Facilitated by Cadmona Hall, PhD, LMFT, FT
*Zoom details will be sent out to all registrants after registration closes. Please add info@chicagoEFT.com to your contacts to avoid having this email sent to your spam folder. Registration will close on Wednesday, August 19th at 6pm.
**ChicagoEFT is licensed to offer CE’s for LMFT, LCPC and LCSW professionals in the state of Illinois. However, many states have reciprocity agreements and you may be able to use CE’s offered through this training. Please check with your state professional boards.
About the Facilitator:
Cadmona Hall PhD, LMFT, FT is an Associate Professor in the Department of Couple and Family Therapy at Adler University in Chicago, IL. Dr. Hall is an Approved Supervisor and Clinical Fellow in the American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy. Additionally she is certified as a fellow in thanatology through the Association for Death Education & Counseling. She is a co-founder and CEO of the Central Division of Hall & Hay Consulting Associates, LLP. In her role at Hall & Hay Consulting, she provides professional grief and loss education and training.
Bookings are closed for this event.