We've all had those moments.
You know the ones.
The awkward ones where your client says something about race and you freeze. You want show up for them, but you don't want to ask a stupid question. So you say nothing.
What if it didn't have to be that way? What if those conversations could be as comfortable as talking about all the other hard things we talk about in therapy? My friend Carol Dutton and I are giving a training that will make that dream become a reality.
I'm sure you have objections.
You're afraid that we'll judge you.
You're afraid you'll ask a stupid question.
You're afraid that coming to a training acknowledges that you don't know what you should know about diversity.
You're afraid what your peers will say if you go to a "diversity training."
It's okay to be afraid. Diversity is always connected to identity and identity is where the biggest pain lies.
This training is specifically designed so that you won't be put on the spot. This training is specifically designed to respect your boundaries. This training is specifically designed assuming the very best about you - that you have a good heart, you care deeply, and you want to help more people.
But you don't have to trust me. Here are what people who came to the last training said:
So, if you'd like more details you can click below.
PS. This also doubles as an ethics training. This is probably the easiest way to get 3 hours of ethics.