Healing the Trauma of Identity Based Social Inequalities: A Peer Counseling Model

Healing the Trauma of Identity Based Social Inequalities: A Peer Counseling Model
ONLINE COURSES

Healing the Trauma of Identity Based Social Inequalities: A Peer Counseling Model

$125

July 30 from 10:00AM-5:30PM EDT
with Barbara J. Love, PhD

A Peer Counseling Model (ReEvaluation Counseling) for Healing the Trauma of Identity Based Social Inequalities: Creating Social Justice in Access to Healing

July 30 from 10:00AM-5:30PM EDT
with Barbara J. Love, PhD

Limit to 80 participants
6 Continuing Educations Credits Available

This month's special workshop with Barbara J. Love provides an opportunity for participants to gain in depth experience with the theory and practice of Re-Evaluation Counseling as a peer counseling model for healing the trauma of identity based social inequalities.

The workshop provides an opportunity for participants to gain in depth experience with the theory and practice of Re-Evaluation Counseling as a peer counseling model for healing the trauma of identity based social inequalities. Specifically, this model addresses healing from trauma resulting from experiences of genocide, war, slavery, Jim Crow, as well as from trauma resulting from racism, classism, sexism, ageism, GLBTQ oppression and other social identity based social inequalities.

Dr. Barbara love will give an introduction to the theory of ReEvaluation Counseling (RC), and practice using the processes of the RC model by applying RC to examine their own social identity based experiences. Working in small break-out groups, participants will explore early life experiences, as well as the multi-generational effects of social identity based experiences.

In this 1 day workshop, you will

- Learn the basic theory of ReEvaluation Counseling
- Experience using the modes of RC
- Apply the basic theory of revaluation to understanding lived experiences of social identity based trauma.
- Use the RC framework for examining trauma inducing experiences, and somatic expressions of trauma healing
- Examine their own social identity based experiences through the lens of a liberation framework

This workshop will include lecture, practical breakout sessions, and optional virtual networking.
10:00AM EDT - 11:30AM EDT {Lecture + Q&A}
11:30AM EDT - 11:45AM EDT {Break}
11:45AM EDT - 1:15PM EDT {Lecture + Q&A}
1:15PM EDT - 2:15PM EDT {Break: Nutrition + Exercise}
2:15PM EDT - 3:45PM EDT {Lecture + Q&A}
3:45PM EDT - 4:00PM EDT {Break}
4:00PM EDT - 5:30PM EDT {Lecture + Q&A}
5:30PM EDT - 6:30PM EDT {Optional Virtual Networking}

Part I: Introduction
Part II: The Theory and Practice of ReEvaluation Counseling
- Peer counseling
- Nature of humans
- The experience of trauma
- The process of healing
- Evidence of the healing process
Part III: Social Identity and Trauma
- Social identities
- Relationships of domination and subordination: Social identity based trauma; Induction of Trauma
Part IV: The Emotional & Somatic Processes of Trauma Healing
- The process of healing
- Somatic aspects of the healing process
- Story telling
- Directions, commitments and contradictions
Part V: The Healing Journey
- Support systems for healing
- Peer counseling networks
- Charting your healing journey

Dr. Barbara J. Love is Professor Emeritus of Social Justice Education, UMASS Amherst, who works with individuals and organizations to create the conditions that foster personal, organizational and societal transformation to a more equitable and just society.

www.barbarajlove.com

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