Using Afrodiasporic Resilience in Therap
How we survive trauma, the costs and lessons of centuries.
- 187 US dollars$187
- Gees Mill Road Northeast
This course explores the strategies that Africans in continent have historically treated mental illness successfully and how cultural factors have supported resilience in continent and in the diaspora and how those can be used to treat trauma worldwide. The author has researched and developed a model of offering therapeutic interventions consistently aligned with traditional African experiences, behaviors, and rituals that have supported resilience and trauma recuperation. Analyze concepts such as intersectionality, privilege, racism, epigenetic trauma, generational curses, psychoneuroimmunology and identity as they related to the Black community specifically Review historical information and utilize critical thinking to connect history to present-day social issues. Review case studies of resilience to explore the history of ART Discuss the Pre-Suppositions of ART Teach steps of psychoeducation, pattern identification, trigger response, coping strategies and resilience formation. Discuss practical techniques to use in applying this models of treatment. Identify key factors in therapeutic competence that influence outcomes. Engage in hands-on application through demonstration & role-play of supervision and counseling sessions. Clarify the ethical considerations of varying courses of clinical and supervisory action.
2055 Gees Mill Road Northeast, Conyers, GA, USA