Embodied Anti-Racism: Mindfulness principles and a body-oriented approach to becoming an anti-racists therapist. with Francesca Maximé
Friday November 12, 2021 from 9 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Mountain Time. Live-On-Line Seminar with Francesca Maximé
When we try to untangle the many knots of racism woven through the whole fabric of our society, many of us get stuck in our minds and feel alone in our thoughts. We need to use both the left and right sides of our brains in our unlearning of racism.
Many of you likely have some understanding of somatic tools and the power of mindfulness practices. This seminar outlines how to use these resources to work with what comes up as we address racism in a deeper context. And we can use this deepened awareness in order to offer our best to our clients—even if we don’t see many clients of color at the moment.
Francesca Maximé www.maximeclarity.com is a Haitian-Dominican Italian-American multiethnic woman, whose spiritual mentor Jack Kornfield encouraged her to become more enlightened about racism. She has dedicated her life to educating herself about how racism shows up in therapeutic interactions.
Registration is only complete with both the submittal of the form below and payment of $40. Submitting the form without payment will not hold a space. Registration closes on November 5, 2021 after which there will be no refunds of registration fees for cancellations or non-attendance. While AEDP Rocky Mountains will issue certificates of attendance, we do not offer any formalized CE's for this seminar. Please check with your governing organization to see if a certificate of attendance fits your needs.