Brainspotting: Intersectionality & Social Justice Training
Greetings:Early Bird Registration extended to September 15, 2021.Brainspotting: Intersectionality & Social Justice training is quickly approaching October 15, 16, 17, 2021 and you are invited! The attached flyer gives the information about the training, more importantly, I have included feedback from attendees. This is not a BIPOC event, All are welcome to attend.
“I have personally attended Tracy’s Social Justice and Intersectionality Training and have found it extremely educational and guiding to me in my practice and my personal life. I highly encourage any and all to attend. Tracy’s training is a feeding of the brain, a warming of the heart and a cleansing of the soul for Brainspotting therapists looking to expand their anti-racism quotient.” David Grand, Founder and Developer of Brainspotting
“This is not another cultural competency training. It goes beyond by providing experiential opportunities to heal our oppressed wounds and embody cultural humility. The Uncertainty Principle, Staying in the Tail of the Comet and Dual Attunement are not needed just for our clients, but to heal systemic oppression in our society. I got to see this more clearly in this training as I worked with both my oppressed and privileged identities that intersect within me. I think it’s time we acknowledge social oppression as a mental disorder and Brainspotting is well positioned as an anti-oppression, liberation model to provide the healing and change needed. If you believe in Social Justice, hold privilege in some way and are wondering what you can do to make a difference, then consider taking this class.” Ben Yokoyama
“Brainspotting: Intersectionality & Social Justice was intentionally developed to speak to the “what” and “how” to hold space, attune, and be present with all people maximizing the healing experience as a tool to disallow oppression while acknowledging privilege and dismantling dominance ensuring all persons have access.” Baika Andrea Heaton
“White people cry over that? I didn’t know white people cried over that!” Dr. Paula LangfordPlease listen to the attached mp4 files and register. Payment plans are available; contact Tracy Gantlin-Monroy, LPC at firstname.lastname@example.orgRegistration LinkContact me directly for questions, comments, and payment plan.