Anti-Oppression
Therapist Workshop
Series

When it comes to changing racism, sexism, homophobia, abelism and gender discrimination, we each have a part to play.

“Some of us are marching in the streets.

Some of us are lobbying government.

Some of us are donating money.

Some of us are having tough conversations with family and friends.

Some of us are educating ourselves.

A revolution has many lanes – be kind to yourself and to others who are traveling in the same direction.

Just keep your foot on the gas.”*

You know that one of your lanes is in the therapy room and you want to be the best therapist you can for all of your clients, not just the clients who are like you.

I can help you keep your foot on the gas.

Throughout this 6-month program, we’ll push ourselves out of our comfort levels as we walk through:

  • What it means to “do my own work” around white supremacy and other oppressions.
  • The oppressive history of psychotherapy.
  • Exploring how my cultural background impacts my work as a therapist.
  • How to be an effective trauma informed therapist with clients who are traumatized by our oppressive culture every day.
  • Treatment planning with QTBIPOC clients that honors their lived experiences.

We’ll put into action all of this hard work to help you build an Anti-Oppression Therapy Practice. We’ll examine:

  • How to attract more QTBIPOC folx to your practice.
  • How we set practice policies that support QTBIPOC folx.
  • Making your office space safe for QTBIPOC clients.

This isn’t:

  • A group to help you feel better about White Supremacy or the privilege you have.
  • A place to rest in what you already know.
  • A place where “this is how it’s always been done” is the “right” answer.

This is a group for therapists who are ready to dig deep, do the work and transform the way they work with ALL clients.

I’m here when you’re ready to move beyond Competence.

Find Me Here

 

               

Dena M. Omar, LCSW

10501 E. Seven Generations Way, Ste 121
Tucson, AZ 85747

Training Anti-Oppression Therapists